Konami sent out details today of what’s to come for the month of March in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game, with one special edition and two boosters. The big addition is going to be the Savage Strike Special Edition, then they will debut Deck themes in The Infinity Chasers, and finally, add a fresh chapter to the Dueling sets with Speed Duel: Arena of Lost Souls. We have the info on each deck for you here.
kicks it all off with one last look back, offering more opportunities for Duelists to snag all the top picks from the first booster set of 2019…and at a price that can’t be beat! Every Special Edition includes three packs of Savage Strike, and that means Cyberse Quantum Dragon and Borreload Savage Dragon are back – monsters that redefined Synchro Summoning and brought it into the era of Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS. Witch’s Strike and Pot of Extravagance proved to be incredible cards that were played in lots of top tournament strategies, and now you’ll have three more chances to collect your copies. And of course, Savage Strike Special Edition includes cards with support for Zombies, the “Elemental HERO” monsters, Valkyries, Sky Strikers, and Madolches that made the original Savage Strike release such a hit. Savage Strike Special Edition arrives March 8 with 3 booster packs, 1 of 2 Super Rare variant cards, and 1 of 2 Super Rare preview cards from Dark Neostorm. MSRP: $9.99 per Box.
The successor to last year’s Dark Saviors release, The Infinity Chasers unleashes three all-new themes making their Dueling debut! The first is a clockwork cadre of mega-strong Machine-types that Link, stack, and combine into cohesive combatants – attackers and defenders that are more than the sum of their mechanical parts! Get ready to revisit some of your all-time favorite Xyz too, because this Deck is set to breathe new life into some high-octane originals.
Next up, a new tribe of Spellcasters works in the shadows to craft perfect hands and fields, preparing to cast the ultimate bewitchings on your opponent. The new theme taps into ancient auguries and staple sorceries to make enticing new enchantments, so fans of Spellcaster standbys like Spellbook of Knowledge will find new ways to play potent cards from the past.
Lastly, prepare for the power of the Evil Eye! The wickedest of wizards join the most awful of the occult to create a strategy that makes great demands of the Duelist that would wield it, but offers even greater rewards in return. Protect your “Evil Eye” monsters with The Evil Eye of Selene to grant them untold strength, and search your grimoire with Serziel, Watcher of the Evil Eye to disrupt your opponent on your turn and their own. Sky Strikers changed the way Duelists approached the game, and the Evil Eye offers a similar, sinister proposition. The Infinity Chasers is available March 22 with 60 cards total: 40 Super Rares and 20 Secret Rares. MSRP: $3.99 per 5-card Pack.
Speed Duel: Arena of Lost Souls is the first-ever Speed Duel Booster, building on the stellar success and fast-paced action of the Speed Duel Starter Decks with 45 cards that are new to the format, plus 5 all-new Skill Cards. Yugi fans will discover a new-to-Speed-Duels strategy in Yugi’s Royal Knights! Harness the potential of Arcana Knight Joker and add a new Skill to your repertoire to make the most of the mighty royal flush. Or explore new directions for Ishizu’s Gravekeepers, bolstered by another new Skill exclusive to the reincarnated Priestess. And Bonz steals the spotlight with his first Speed Dueling appearance! Command a horde of Zombies and select 1 of 3 new Skill Cards to torment your opponents with a tumult of trickery and necromantic mischief! The brute force of the undead is at your fingertips; how you use them is up to you…and the Skill Card you carry into battle. The Speed Duel: Arena of Lost Souls booster launches March 29 with a total of 45 cards that are new to Speed Dueling plus 5 new Skill Cards: 34 Commons, 8 Super Rares and 8 Ultra Rares. MSRP: $1.49 per 4-card Pack