Breakdown Each Maximum Gold box provides four packs of seven cards each, two of which are Premium Gold Rares and five of which are gold-letter Rares. There are 162 cards in the set: There are 52 Premium Gold Rares. There are 30 Gold-Letter Rares for every rarity other than Premium Gold.
The goal is to have one perfect deck for each player at the table, so that each person can play against a different card each turn. A Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament will have three separate tournaments, with each winner taking home a prize. The first place winner has the option to choose which trophy they want as their prize. The second and third place winners each get a new trophy. There are also additional prizes for winning a certain number of games or placing high enough in the overall tournament standings.
Maximum Gold was released in April 2008. It contains 324 cards, including six Super Rares and eighteen Secret Rares. These cards are only available in this set and cannot be obtained any other way. They are designed to make very powerful plays or combos possible that would not otherwise be possible.
Each year a new set of cards is released during the spring season (sometimes called "The Swamps" due to all the cards that can't be used until you win a duel).
GAME OF TRADING CARDS The Legendary Collection Kaiba set has 110 cards, divided into three Legendary Collection Kaiba Mega Packs. Kaiba will never settle with ordinary Mega Packs, therefore each of these Mega Packs has 4 Secret Rares and 6 Ultra Rares for a total of 10 foil cards every pack (that's 30 cards per box)!
Also included in each box is one Super Rare card from any previous Yu-Gi-Oh! release.
BOX SET The Legendary Collection Kaiba set is packed in a special box with an artwork theme corresponding to the card game itself. This collection includes all the cards you need to play in both Dueling and Trading Card Games.
YUGIOH IS A TRADING CARD GAME that continues to grow outside Japan. In addition to the traditional Dueling format, there is also a large community of players who enjoy the game's trading card version. These players build their own collections of cards and use them to play against other people online or within their local group.
DUELING As mentioned, one of the most popular ways to play Yu-Gi-Oh! is through a duel. Two players take it in turn to draw cards, attack each other using monsters and spells, and try to defeat their opponent's face down defense position. The winner is the first to reach a point limit; they can do this by destroying their opponent's cards or by having their own life points reduced to 0.
Gold Rare (Gorudorea Gorudo Rea), sometimes known as just Gold, is a rarity introduced in and specific to the Gold Series pack series. A Gold Rare card, like an Ultra Rare, has gold foil over the card name and holographic gold foil artwork, but it also has gold foil over the artwork frame, text border, and card border. These cards are extremely rare, with only seven known to exist in total.
All seven Gold Rare cards were found in Japan, five of which were discovered in a single deck box. The other two were found in another box at a later date. It is possible that these cards were inserted into other decks but they are very unlikely to be found outside of Japan. There are no known instances of any of these cards being traded on the Internet or anywhere else. They are considered one of the most valuable cards in the game.
The first known example of a Gold Rare was a Rares from the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME (TCG) Deck Box Series 1. During its run, this box set released three more Gold Rare cards: Dragoon Captain Blue Sea, Dragon Lord Tyrantrum, and Destroyer Drake. These are the only known examples of Gold Rares before the release of the Gold Series pack series in 2011.
After these six cards were released, Gold Rare technology appeared again in the form of special edition packs. Three more Special Edition Pack series were released between 2012 and 2013.
If a gold product has the hallmark '375,' it signifies the gold is 9 karats (or 37.5% pure). The remaining 62.5 percent is an alloy of other metals, such as nickel, copper, or, in certain circumstances, silver. Products stamped with a lower quality mark may still be of good quality, but they are not sterling silver.
Sterling silver can be divided into three levels of purity: sterling silver A, B, and C. Silver products marked with the hallmarks "925" or "999" must be 100 percent silver. Those that are 95 percent silver can be labeled as sterling silver A. Sterling silver B products contain 90 percent silver; sterling silver C, 89 percent silver.
Gold products must be stored in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. Gold jewelry should never be worn if it is uncomfortable to wear. Wearing ill-fitting or too heavy of an article of gold jewelry could cause you pain if you suffer from arthritis or other joint problems.
Jewelers often use the word "sterling" to describe silver items that are all of equal quality. But there are different qualities of sterling silver, so "sterling" does not always mean what you think it means. Only silver with the hallmarks "925" or "999" can be called sterling silver.