Legends never die...they just become Ghost/Gold Rare hybrid cards! Six of Dueling’s most famous cards are reborn in Gold Series: Haunted Mine with 3D-Holographic Ghost Rare technology combined with the ever-popular Gold Rare technology. They’re really a sight to see, and you'll get one of the six in every box along with two regular Gold Rares and 22 “Haunted Mine”-themed common cards (think Raiders, Marauders, Zombies, and Traps). Here are our favorite cards that got the Ghost/Gold treatment!
Blue-Eyes White Dragon
Let’s be serious. If it weren’t for Blue-Eyes White Dragon, there’s a good chance that you wouldn’t be reading this right now. Heck, Dueling might not even exist! First seen in chapter nine of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga, it set the story of Duel Monsters in motion, which would later become the focus of the whole story starting in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist volume one.
Dueling is practically defined by its epic turnarounds and comebacks, and no card has ever played a greater role in them than Solemn Judgment. Whether it’s pushing your ace monster past Mirror Force or blocking your opponent from Summoning his own ace monster, Solemn Judgment has never let Duelists down, even if their Life Points are just barely above 0. This is also the first time a Trap Card has ever appeared with Ghost Rare technology, which is pretty cool!
Herald of Perfection
Another first for the game: a Ritual Monster now appears with Gold Rare technology, and honestly, it looks pretty darn nice! The Herald’s ability to negate the activation of any effect, regardless of source, has terrorized Duelists since its release more than two years ago. Its crippling negation haunts Duelists to this day, and its success in tournaments was undeniable, making it the perfect candidate for the Ghost/Gold Rare treatment.
Be on the lookout! Gold Series: Haunted Mine launches on June 12.