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YuGiOh - Duelist Pack - Kaiba
YuGiOh! - Duelist Pack Kaiba Release
Welcome to our information page on the YuGiOh! Duelist Pack: Kaiba release, the 11th Duelist Pack released for the YuGiOh Trading Card Game. Here you'll find a full background, a complete spoiler list, videos, featured cards and much, much more. Don't forget to give your thoughts on the Kaiba Duelist Pack in the comments section while you're here!
Launched for Yu-Gi-Oh in April 2010, it's back to the old skool with the Duelist Pack: Kaiba, the follow up to the Duelist Pack: Yugi. If you haven't come across Duelist Packs before, they're smaller than regular booster packs, each containing 5 cards from a fairly small set - in this case there are 40 cards to collect. Duelist packs are all based around characters in the anime and the cards they use. This time it's Seto Kaiba's turn to get the Duelist Pack treatment.
Duelist Pack Kaiba includes 4 new pieces of alternate art, 2 reprints of hard to find alternate art from prior promotions, and 5 new Ultimate Rare versions of Kaiba's most dangerous cards. And while other Duelist Pack sets were 30 cards each, Kaiba has so many great and memorable cards from over the years, that Konami increased this set to 40 cards! You can find Malefic Blue Eyes White Dragon's first release for the Trading Card Game, plus loads of other goodies - read on for the full card list.
Confirmed Card List for Kaiba Duelist Pack
DPKB-EN001 Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Super Rare)
DPKB-EN002 Hitotsu-Me Giant (Common)
DPKB-EN003 Judge Man (Common)
DPKB-EN004 Swordstalker (Common)
DPKB-EN005 La Jinn the Mystical Genie of the Lamp (Alternate artwork) (Common)
DPKB-EN006 Saggi the Dark Clown (Common)
DPKB-EN007 X-Head Cannon (Common)
DPKB-EN008 Vorse Raider (Rare) (Alternate artwork)
DPKB-EN009 Lord of D. (Common)
DPKB-EN010 Cyber Jar (Ultimate Rare)
DPKB-EN011 Y-Dragon Head (Common)
DPKB-EN012 Z-Metal Tank (Common)
DPKB-EN013 Vampire Lord (Rare)
DPKB-EN014 Different Dimension Dragon (Rare)
DPKB-EN015 Kaiser Glider (Rare)
DPKB-EN016 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End (Ultimate Rare)
DPKB-EN017 Kaiser Sea Horse (Rare)
DPKB-EN018 Enraged Battle Ox (Common)
DPKB-EN019 Peten the Dark Clown (Rare)
DPKB-EN020 Familiar Knight (Common)
DPKB-EN021 Ancient Lamp (Common)
DPKB-EN022 The White Stone of Legend (Super Rare)
DPKB-EN023 Malefic Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Ultra Rare)
DPKB-EN024 Paladin of White Dragon (Rare)
DPKB-EN025 XYZ-Dragon Cannon (Super Rare) (Alternate artwork)
DPKB-EN026 Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon (Ultra Rare)
DPKB-EN027 Dragon Master Knight (Ultra Rare)
DPKB-EN028 Polymerization (Common)
DPKB-EN029 Pot of Greed (Ultimate Rare)
DPKB-EN030 The Flute of Summoning Dragon (Common)
DPKB-EN031 Magic Reflector (Common)
DPKB-EN032 White Dragon Ritual (Common)
DPKB-EN033 Cost Down (Rare)
DPKB-EN034 Ring of Defense (Common)
DPKB-EN035 Fiend's Sanctuary (Super Rare)
DPKB-EN036 Ring of Destruction (Ultimate Rare)
DPKB-EN037 Interdimensional Matter Transporter (Common)
DPKB-EN038 Return from the Different Dimension (Super Rare)
DPKB-EN039 Crush Card Virus (Ultimate Rare) (Alternate artwork)
DPKB-EN040 Cloning (Common)
Celebrating Seto Kaiba in Video
Since Kaiba's getting a duelist pack, we thought we'd celebrate his appearances in moving picture style for our video segment on this page. Enjoy!
Featured Card 1 - Malefic Blue-Eyes White Dragon
The new bad-boy for the TCG: This card cannot be Normal Summoned or Set. This card can only be Special Summoned by removing from play 1 "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" from your Deck. There can only be 1 face-up "Malefic" monster on the field. Other monsters you control cannot attack. If there is no face-up Field Spell Card on the field, destroy this card.
Duelist Pack Offers for US Customers
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Featured Card 2 - Cyber Jar
An old friend returning in Duelist Pack Kaiba: FLIP: Destroy all monsters on the field. Both players then pick up 5 cards from the top of their respective Decks and Special Summon all Level 4 or lower Monster Cards among them on the field in face-up Attack Position or face-down Defense Position. The rest of the cards picked up are added to their respective hands.
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