Konami has had to push back the release date of their upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! Legendary Hero Decks Collector’s Set a few weeks due to some bad weather. Remember how we had that massive Hurricane Florence on the east coast earlier this month? Turns out one of the things that got messed up in the aftermath was the printing schedule for the sets, because production for the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards are based in the Carolinas. So the company had to push back the release from October 5th to October 18th to accommodate for the fact that those people had to shut down business and flee the area.
The Legendary Hero Decks Collector’s Set comes with three 40-card Main Decks and three 10-card Extra Decks. Each Deck contains five Ultra Rares and 45 Commons. You can buy them for $30 a pop when they get released in about three and a half weeks.
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