Not even time to recover from the release of the set Battles of Legend: Crystal Revenge that the first information about it is available first series of Yu-Gi-Oh! arrive in 2023. The expansion will actually be called Maze of Memories and will take us back in time to the origins of Konami's TCG.

As can be seen from the presentation (in English only for the time being) of the set in the Konami database, Maze of Memories looks back at Yu-Gi-Oh!dusting off a number of cards and archetypes that have not previously enjoyed widespread support and playability, but whose origins date back to the first animated series and the early days of the trading card game.

No wonder, then, that the inclusion in the card set is there Black Shiny Soldier - Legendary Swordsmana new version of the ritual monster Black Luster Soldier that featured in Yugi Muto's deck in the early seasons of the anime, which will likely also receive one imprint right in the maze of memories.

Among the other "historical" cards that we find in the set, there will also be Kazejin, Suijin and Sanga of Thunder, the monsters necessary for summoning the Guardian of the Gate, the central card in the Paradox Twins decks that appeared in the very first season of the anime from the manga by Kazuki Takahashi. The “Paradox” archetype seems to be making a particularly rapid comeback, thanks in part to the late September release of the Box Speed ​​Duel GX – Paradox Exams.

In between imprint and absolute novelties, however Maze of Memories will contain 67 new cards Overall: This will be one sentence everything foil, consisting of 42 Rares, 15 Super Rares and 10 Ultra Rares; There will also be 15 cards in the rarity Collector's Rare. Each pack of the expansion contains seven cards, including six rares and one super, ultra, or collector's rare. Before you can get your hands on Maze of Memories, though, you'll have to wait a little longer: the set's release date is set March 30, 2023.

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