Konami has released new details about the next set to come for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game with Rising Rampage Special Edition. This set is currently scheduled to release on September 13th, 2019 and will include three booster packs of Rising Rampage, along with two (of four) new Super Rare cards. Those Super Rare cards include Marincess cards from the upcoming booster set, or a Salamangreat monster, both of which are exclusive to this release. If you’re not familiar with them, Marincess is a major new Water monster theme in this set and more cards will be coming in October with the core booster set. But this special edition will be tournament-legal on release. Here’s are some of the finer details of this set for you to check out as we wait for some official Yu-Gi-Oh! package art.
Master the Tenyi arts! The practitioners of Tenyi martial arts discard their material possessions and mortal abilities and instead channel the unbridled power of nature by communing with the planet itself.
Marincess rule the seas! Blue Maiden’s Ignis-powered Cyberse strategy from Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS makes land in Rising Rampage. Just drawing this theme’s basic monster, Marincess Sea Horse, is enough to let you Summon the Link-3 Marincess Marbled Rock AND add Marincess Sea Horse back to your hand!
The Witchcrafters from The Infinity Chasers complete their masterpiece! Take delivery of Witchcrafter Golem Aruru and you can upgrade any Spellcaster-based Deck with a monster that hides in your hand until your opponent targets your Spellcaster with an attack, card, or effect, and then makes them regret it!
Fortune Lady Every is a Synchro Monster you can put in any Spellcaster-based Deck! She grows stronger during each of your Standby Phases, and each time she does, one of your opponent’s monsters ceases to exist! She can’t be defeated by normal means, springing out of your Graveyard every time your opponent ends their turn.
A unique new weapon for your Extra Deck! Apollousa, Bow of the Goddess is a Link-4 monster that nocks an arrow for every monster used to Link Summon it. Each one is worth 800 ATK, for a maximum of 3200 ATK, and you can have Apollousa lose 800 ATK to negate the activation of any opposing monster effect.