Chasing 'max rarity' cards isn't new to the Yu-Gi-Oh community. Starlight Rares have brought tremendous excitement to newer sets and the Collector's Rares in Toon Chaos made the set almost impossible to find in local stores. However, very few of those cards ever reach the price tag of $1,000 and rarely has one ever started at such a price like Ten Thousand Dragon did during presales for Battles of Legend: Armageddon.
So what exactly makes this card so special, and why is it worth that hefty price tag? Check out Doug's video as he dives into why this card is changing the way we look at chase cards, and what makes this one so important.
Battle of Legends Armageddon has a lot of exciting cards and it's no surprise that it's the talk of the Yu-Gi-Oh community right now: everyone's cracking packs looking for a Ten Thousand Dragon or Number 39: Utopia (Astral). These new max rarity cards brings a ton of excitement and fun when you're opening a new set, sparking a feeling many of us haven't really had since we were kids pulling our very first Secret Rares.
Ghost Mourner & Moonlit Chill (Starlight Rare)