Are you a fan of the “Yu-Gi-Oh!” series? If so, you don’t want to miss the latest release of “Battles of Legend: Chapter 1!

Battles of Legend: Chapter 1 was just released last February 22nd, 2024. This latest installment in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game introduces reprints of standout cards from the following sets: Battles of Legend: Light’s Revenge, Battles of Legend: Relentless Revenge, Battles of Legend: Hero’s Revenge, and Battles of Legend: Armageddon.

Explore some the featured cards in latest release Battles of Legend: Chapter 1:

Number 11: Big Eye – BLC1-EN001 – Secret Rare – Limited Edition

Summoned by using 2 Level 7 monsters. Once per turn, you have the option to detach 1 material from this card. Subsequently, select 1 monster your opponent controls and gain control of it. However, this card is unable to attack during the turn this effect is activated

Dark Armed, the Dragon of Annihilation – BLC1-EN006 – Secret Rare – Limited Edition

Requires 2 or more Level 7 monsters. Once per turn, if your Graveyard contains precisely 5 DARK monsters, you have the option to perform an Xyz Summon of “Dark Armed, the Dragon of Annihilation” by utilizing a Level 5 or higher DARK Dragon monster you currently possess as material. Additionally, you can detach 1 material from this card to target 1 card your opponent controls, destroy it, and banish 1 card from your Graveyard. However, as a consequence, this card is unable to attack for the remainder of the turn.

Black Luster Soldier – Soldier of Chaos – BLC1-EN002 – Secret Rare – Limited Edition

Requires 3 monsters with distinct names. If this card is Link Summoned using a Level 7 or higher monster(s) as material, it becomes immune to being targeted by your opponent’s card effects and is also impervious to destruction by your opponent’s card effects. While not widely embraced in current meta decks, Black Luster Soldier – Soldier of Chaos stands out as an exceptional ‘boss monster,’ especially in decks featuring a single Level 7 or higher monster. This enables your ‘Soldier of Chaos’ to fully leverage its protective effects.

Evilswarm Exciton Knight – BLC1-EN015 – Ultra Rare – 1st Edition

Requires 2 Level 4 monsters. Evils warm Exciton Knight might not be a prominent choice in the current metagame, but it proves valuable in decks with convenient access to Rank 4 XYZ monsters. The effect of “Exciton Knight” is particularly advantageous for dismantling the opponent’s board when you’re playing second. Many players have regarded it as a cost-effective substitute for Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS – Sky Thunder.

Number 90: Galaxy-Eyes Photon Lord

Requires 2 Level 8 monsters. If this card has a “Photon” card as material, it gains immunity to destruction by card effects. Each of the following effects of “Number 90: Galaxy-Eyes Photon Lord” can only be activated once per turn. Number 90: Galaxy-Eyes Photon Lord is another standout card that required a reprint for affordability. Similar to the other cards mentioned, it may not find a place in the primary decks of the current format. Nevertheless, it proves to be a viable choice in decks employing engines to reach Rank 8 XYZ monsters in the game, such as Horus and P.U.N.K., for example

Borrelsword Dragon (Alternate Art) – BLC1-EN023 – Ultra Rare – 1st Edition

3+ Effect Monsters. Cannot be destroyed by battle.  At one point, Borrelsword Dragon held the title of the premier finisher in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG. However, over time, it gradually lost its prominence, yielding space to more potent cards that entered the scene.

Dinowrestler Pankratops – BLC1-EN102 – Common – 1st Edition

Dinowrestler Pankratops serves as a highly effective choice for dismantling opponent boards, offering versatility in addressing both monsters and cards in your opponent’s backrow.

Denko Sekka – BLC1-EN066 – Common – 1st Edition

Denko Sekka, though often overlooked, carries significant value, especially against decks reliant on numerous spell/trap cards for interaction with the opponent. Its sole ‘drawback’ lies in its restriction to decks that do not heavily depend on the ‘normal summon’ mechanic to execute their plays.

How do you feel about the cards featured in Battles of Legend: Chapter 1? Are there specific ones you’re eager to acquire?

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