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Yu-gi-oh: 10 stunning rare ghost cards.
With a unique holographic effect that elevates the artwork, any avid Yu-Gi-Oh! collector would love to have these rare ghost cards.
In the world of fandoms, it is ideal to obtain a collectible item that is considered rare due to its look or limited availability. For the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game, some of the most sought-after items are the Ghost Rare cards.
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With shiny silver lettering, paler colors, and a holographic effect that depicts the images popping out of the frame, these rarities show the monsters of the game in an almost ethereal light. With only 40 types of creatures printed in the Ghost Rare edition, many of these cards have the artwork and the dueling abilities that would make them the highlight of any Yu-Gi-Oh! fans collection.
Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon
This Monster card is equipped with Special Summons and can be played by sacrificing two other Monsters with a high number of attack points. If it battles another Monster, it can banish both itself and its opponent then come back once its player finishes their turn.
The Ghost Rare version of Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon looks absolutely cosmic, with the standard red edges on its wings and tail changing to a subtle silver. The holographic effect makes the photon wings seem much more expansive.
Elemental Hero Chaos Neos
This is a Warrior card that can join a duel when a player shuffles their cards and flips a coin to determine what damage the card inflicts. If luck is on their side, they can eliminate all of an opponent's Monsters.
Despite a Yu-Gi-Oh card design mistake that involves a mix-up with Rainbow Dragon, the original art for Elemental Hero Chaos Neos is incredibly intimidating with its bat-like wings and claws reaching out for its prey. Add the monochromatic scheme of its Ghost Rare form, and players have a card that looks truly demonic.
Ancient Fairy Dragon
While this Yu-Gi-Oh! card may be underrated because it is not effective in battle, it is useful for a duelist to build up their active arsenal. It can summon any monster with a level up to 4 without sacrificing any other cards.
The design for Ancient Fairy Dragon is exquisite. With wings like a butterfly, it shines with its flowing mane and electric blue scales. The Ghost Rare edition completely reverses this bright appearance, giving the creature a glow-in-the-dark effect that makes it much more spooky.
In gameplay, Rainbow Neos can only be used when it is Fusion Summoned with two other cards. Once in action, it forces an opponent to shuffle the cards they control into their deck. This monster's illustration looks almost regal with its angelic wings and imposing armor.
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At first, the Ghost Rare version of Rainbow Neos looks simple by substituting its golden details for a single blue-gray. However, when tilted in the light, the holographic printing reveals an entire prism of colors that live up to the Light Warrior's name.
Black Rose Dragon
While this Dragon card looks as if it should be Earth-related due to its floral aspects, it actually has Fire attributes. It can be activated with a Synchro Summon and will destroy all the cards on the field as a result.
True to its name, the look of Black Rose Dragon consists of a black body with a thorny tail and magenta rose petals for wings. In its Ghost Rare form, the magenta fades to an icy white like a rose caught out in the first frost of winter.
This female Beast-Warrior is an Xyz-type card, meaning it is stored in the Extra Deck. Once it is summoned, it can bring a player's banished cards back to their hand.
The artwork for Bujinki Ameratsu is breathtaking with a flowing lavender skirt beneath its angled armor, a sharp jet-black crown on top of its violet hair, and a powerful sword highlighted by rays of light. With the holographic element added in the Ghost Rare print, a multicolored effect adds to the aura of the mystical figure.
There are players who argue that this Fairy-type card has moves so powerful that it should have been banned in Yu-Gi-Oh . Honest can jump from the playing field back into a duelist's hand for later use, or sacrifice itself to give more attack points to another Light card.
Designed in the image of an angel, the original artwork for Honest is full of warm colors, from the tricolor tips of its wings to its long golden locks. The Ghost Rare version loses this warmth and resembles more of a stone statue, yet still maintains its awe-inspiring beauty.
In order to use this Dragon card, a player must use a Special Summons involving 7 different Crystal Beast cards. Once on the field, Rainbow Dragon gains a massive amount of attack points. This Monster's illustration is astonishingly elaborate.
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It spreads out its large celestial wings while its silver scales are adorned with jewels from every color of the rainbow. The Ghost Rare variation seems to hide this grandeur behind a look of granite, but the holographic effect soon reveals its true kaleidoscopic nature.
One of the most valuable cards in the Yu-Gi-Oh! game , this Monster card can sacrifice itself in order to save another card from being destroyed. The player can then use a Special Summons to bring it back from the Graveyard.
The design of Stardust Dragon is a sight to behold, with immense tattered wings and baby blue scales decorated with indigo gems. In the Ghost Rare edition, its body pales to a full bright white throughout with an aqua blue glow that demonstrates its zephyr-based essence.
Majestic Star Dragon
As a Synchro card, Majestic Star Dragon is very helpful for strategic dueling. When an opponent activates an effect, this card can be sacrificed to take out all of the cards that the opponent controls.
The image of Majestic Star Dragon is utterly stupendous. With diamond-like skin and space-age-style wings, it is as if the creature truly came from the stars. As for the Ghost Rare form, it takes the bright shine of the original design and melts into a galactic blue that is reminiscent of a faraway nebula.
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Ghost/Gold Rare (also known as Ghost/Gold Hybrid Rare ) is a rarity exclusive to the TCG set Gold Series: Haunted Mine . Cards of this rarity contain all the gold foil patterns of a Gold Rare card over the card border, artwork frame, text box border, card name, and Level / Rank stars (for monsters ), but replace the gold-foiled artwork with the the pale holographic artwork of a Ghost Rare card.
There are currently only 6 Ghost/Gold Rare cards in existence: " Blue-Eyes White Dragon ", " Gorz the Emissary of Darkness ", " Herald of Perfection ", " Naturia Barkion ", " Mystical Space Typhoon " and " Solemn Judgment ".
On the Official Card Database, this rarity is labelled as Holographic Rare .
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- Gold Secret Rare is another example of a variant of Gold Rare that combines elements from Gold Rare with another high rarity.
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Ghosts From the Past
Collector’s set, history comes to life in ghosts from the past .
This 132-card all-foil collector’s set bolsters 9 popular themes from the past, introduces 2 brand-new themes, helps you build some of the Decks featured both in this booster and in recent Core Boosters, and to top it all off, debuts 5 new Ghost Rares that’ll be must-haves for your collection!
Nine Themes from the Past! Ghosts From the Past has new cards for 9 different themes from the past. Strategies from many different eras in Yu-Gi-Oh!’s history, like Dragunity, Shaddoll, and Cipher will be bolstered!
Two Brand-New Themes ! The villainous Spectre’s “Sunavalon” strategy from Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS takes root in Ghosts From the Past ! This Plant-based Link Summoning theme lays out a cunning web of interconnected monster effects to trap unsuspecting Duelists. The second new theme will be a game original strategy.
Want to Try Out a New Deck? If you thought the new Metalfoes cards in Blazing Vortex were cool but didn’t have the rest of the cards to try the Deck out, you can find them here in Ghosts From the Past . Need the original Armed Dragon LV10 to complete your Armed Dragon Deck? It’s here. You can also find cards like Raidraptor – Tribute Lanius, Dark Requiem Xyz Dragon, and Phantom Knights’ Fog Blade that you might need for that Raidraptor/Phantom Knight team-up Deck you’ve been working on since Phantom Rage released!
Glorious Ghost Rares! Five cards in this set will appear exclusively (and rarely!) as beautiful Ghost Rares! See cards you love, like Blue-Eyes Alternative White Dragon , like you’ve never seen them before.
Ghosts From the Past has 132 cards total, with 45 new cards and 87 returning cards, 5 of which appear only as Ghost Rares. All other cards appear in the standard gold Ultra Rare technology. Each box contains three, 5-card Ghosts From the Past packs for a total of 15 cards.
The complete Ghosts From the Past set contains 132 cards: 5 Ghost Rares 127 Ultra Rares
Yu-gi-oh: the best and rarest cards from 'ghosts from the past'.
Yu-Gi-Oh TCG's 'Ghosts from the Past' set harbors stunning artwork and very rare cards, returning the Dark Magician to its former glory.
The recent Yu-Gi-Oh TCG expansion ‘ Ghosts from the Past ’ not only returns classic characters and strategies, but it includes more stunning artwork and some extremely rare cards with a haunting design.
Ghosts from the Past is a 132-card set, including 45 new cards, 87 returning cards and 5 Ghost Rares.
The set also features nine themes from the past, featuring different strategies like Dragunity and Cipher, with an additional two new themes: the ‘Sunavalon’ strategy and another original strategy.
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Ghosts from the Past - Best Artwork
All Yu-Gi-Oh card art is relentlessly impressive, but adding to the collection of bundled set strategies are more striking designs.
Nekroz of Areadbhair
This water warrior has a pleasing blue frame highlighting the swirling mass of fire tones surrounding the warrior. The character’s design is a multi-winged spectacle to observe.
Galaxy-Eyes Cipher Blade Dragon
The rainbow palette surrounding the dragon offers luminous tones and exquisite detail in the design, giving us galaxy eyes just by looking at it.
The defining line work and bold colors offer a classic design for the Thunderbird, with a strong pose as it swoops down to the battlefield.
Meteor Black Comet Dragon
The striking orange tones surrounding the dragon are particularly eye-catching, reminiscent of the powerful presence of Bahamut from the Final Fantasy series.
This spell card offers a cyberpunk design filled with blue neon and an intriguing character sketched in the foreground.
Ghosts from the Past - Rarest Cards
The rarest cards from Ghosts from the Past is, of course, all of the Ghost Rares: Firewall Dragon, Crystal Wing Synchro Dragon, Black Luster Soldier - Soldier of Chaos, Blue-Eyes Alternative White Dragon, and Dark Magician.
All market prices are estimated by TCGplayer.
The Firewall Dragon is sitting around $196.76, while the Crystal Wing Synchro Dragon is at $260.70
The Black Luster Soldier is a lot higher sitting at around $351.07, with the Blue-Eyes Alternative White Dragon beating it slightly at $397.52.
The OG Dark Magician is by far the rarest of the set, sitting at around $776.53, sporting the faded design that perfectly sums up the set’s theme.
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One of Yu-Gi-Oh's most prestigious rarities disappeared for 5 whole years!
By Zachariah Butler | @ZButlerTCG1 | Published 2/7/2023 | 5 min read
We're back with another look at an iconic rarity! Today, we're going to delve into the history of Ghost Rares.
First introduced in the Tactical Evolution booster set in 2007, these holographic cards were instantly tied to the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime by virtue of the first Ghost Rare printed: Rainbow Dragon (Ghost Rare) , which was a perfect fit given the appearance of Ghost Rare artwork. These cards were incredibly rare, and to date, they remain one the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG's most prestigious chase rarities.
How can you tell if you've got a Ghost Rare yourself? They're pretty tough to confuse with other rarities, but let's break it down.
Ghost Rares feature a "rainbow" or pearlescent white name stamp, and it's basically identical to the foil names on Secret Rares. But the art field is where Ghost Rares stand out as something unique: the illustration of each Ghost Rare is fully foiled with no inked overlay and no texturing: a Ghost Rare will appear silvery or all white, until you angle it just right under proper lighting. When you do, you can see the "ghost" of the card artwork pop up in a 3D hologram! Angle it carefully and you can even see the artwork in something close to full color.
Originally there was only one Ghost Rare per set, and they were so incredibly rare that you weren't even guaranteed one in every case – that's 12 entire booster boxes of product. That meant you couldn't even expect to see a Rainbow Dragon (Ghost Rare) in 1 out of 288 booster packs! Think about how cool it was to snag one of these back in the day?!
When Were Ghost Rares Changed In Yu-Gi-Oh?
Ghost Rares were originally included in every core booster set until the end of 2015, Where Scarlight Red Dragon Archfiend (Ghost Rare) appeared as the final core set Ghost Rare. In fact, it was the last Ghost Rare at all until Legendary Duelists: Rage of Ra brought back Ghost Rares as an unadvertised surprise five years later!
Konami heard the cries of collectors and players everywhere and listened to the requests to revive this historic rarity. And the best part was that they started to pick truly iconic cards for this sterling rarity.
Where Can I Get Ghost Rares In Yu-Gi-Oh Now?
Targeted squarely at collectors, Ghosts from the Past took Ghost Rares to another level, delivering cards like Dark Magician (Ghost Rare) , Blue-Eyes Alternative White Dragon (Ghost Rare) and more, in arguably the highest rarity they'd ever appeared in.
Overall though, where do you even get Ghost Rares? You'll want to find Ghosts From the Past and Legendary Duelists sets like these:
Ghosts From the Past and Legendary Duelists sets are both pretty popular, so I don't expect either series of releases to disappear anytime soon. You'll have plenty of chances to find and collect cards of this scarce rarity over time!
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Top 10 most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh cards in 2023
These are some wild prices.
It’s no surprise an uber-popular franchise like Yu-Gi-Oh! has a diehard fan base around it, and it is also not a surprise these fans are willing to shell out what would be a normal person’s life savings for the franchise’s merchandise.
Yu-Gi-Oh! is known to have some very rare and valuable cards that a lot of collectors would like to own, and sellers are taking full advantage of this by driving the prices through the roof to the point where it gets absolutely ridiculous. But hey, there’s a demand for it.
Below are 10 of the most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! cards that are on the open market right now.
The top 10 most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! cards in 2023
Note that most of these prices were taken from eBay , and are accurate at the time of writing this article.
10) Exodia, The Forbidden One LOB 1st Edition ($16,500)
If you have ever watched the anime, you will know Exodia is an incredibly powerful monster. But there’s a catch. It’s split up into five distinct cards: Exodia the Forbidden One, Left Leg of the Forbidden One, Right Leg of the Forbidden One, Left Arm of the Forbidden One, and Right Arm of the Forbidden One.
To summon Exodia, the Forbidden One, you must have all five pieces of Exodia in your hand at the same time. Once you have done so, you will automatically win the duel. This is one major reason why this card fetches high prices, like the current selling price on eBay, which sits at $16,500.
9) Red-Eyes Black Dragon 1st Edition ($20,000)
Red-Eyes Black Dragon is the ace card, the main card, of Joey Wheeler in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime. Joey Wheeler is the best friend of the main character Yugi Muto, and while he’s not exactly the best duelist in the world, his main card has become one of the most famous cards in Yu-Gi-Oh!
In 2003, Joey got his own starter deck released titled “Starter Deck Joey,” fittingly. This was where most people first got their hands on a copy of Red-Eyes Black Dragon, but the first release of Red Eyes Black Dragon was in Legend of Blue-Eyes, the first set ever released in Yu-Gi-Oh!
Red-Eyes Black Dragon was released as one of 10 Ultra Rare cards in that set, which is a big reason why this card currently has a selling price of $20,000 on eBay.
8) Cyber-Stein SJC-EN001 Limited Edition 2004 Shonen Jump Championship Series ($22,000)
Phew, that one was a mouthful. The name is not the only thing about this card that’s a lot, though—its price is equally as grand. The 2004 Cyber-Stein is currently going for a selling price of $22,000 on eBay.
This Cyber-Stein card was originally awarded as a prize at the Shonen Jump Championships between 2004 and 2005. Only 18 copies were produced for the tournaments, with an additional two printed for the 2008 tournaments and 126 copies made for a promotional event in 2009. This card is still quite rare, even though it has been reprinted quite a few times.
7) Dark Magician Girl 1st Edition ($25,408.41)
The Dark Magician Girl is a beloved card of Yugi’s and fans alike. Given its popularity, it’s not surprising that it’s highly valuable, currently going on eBay for a selling price of $25,408.41.
The Dark Magician Girl was first released in October 2003 as part of the North American-only Magician’s Force (MFC) set, which focused on Spellcasters. It was later released in booster packs in October 2005 as part of the Master Collection Volume 2 compilation set.
6) Dark Magician 1st Edition LOB ($36,384)
The Dark Magician is another mainstay of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime and trading card game, and is best known as the protagonist Yugi Muto’s favorite card. Due to how popular the card has become because of this very reason, a PSA 10 gem mint condition copy of the card printed in the Legend of Blue-Eyes White Dragon set is currently selling on eBay for $36,432.
A Level Seven spellcaster, he’s one of the most powerful cards in the trading card game. Combine the Dark Magician’s strength with the fact that he is super rare, and it’s not surprising to know that he’s also one of the most valuable cards available today.
5) Blue-Eyes White Dragon Dark Duel Stories 2004 ($49,999.99)
While there are quite a few copies of this card going around, there are very few that are as well-kept as the BGS 10 Pristine version of the Blue-Eyes White Dragon Dark Duel Stories 2004. Because of its relative rarity and practically perfect condition, it’s currently going for a price of $49,999.99 on eBay.
This card was one of six Prismatic Rare Cards that were released to promote the Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Duel Stories video game. Two sets were created, one containing Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Exodia the Forbidden One, and Dark Magician, and the other containing Acid Trap Hole, Seiyaryu, and Salamandra, with the latter being packaged inside the Game Boy game.
4) Minerva, the Exalted Lightsworn 2015 Championship Series ($52,000)
A one-of-a-kind version of Minerva, The Exalted Lightsworn, was awarded to the winner of the 2015 Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Series national events. The only difference between this version and the cards given to second and third-place winners is the golden lettering.
The 2015 Championship Series of Minerva, Exalted Lightsworn has previously sold for prices that went up to $34,800 and has since only increased in price. This card is currently selling for $52,000 on eBay.
3) Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon 1st Edition LOB-001 ($99,999.99)
Blue-Eyes White Dragon is arguably the most popular and well-known Yu-Gi-Oh! card of all time. It’s a powerful card in both the trading card game and the original anime series, and is still highly sought after today, especially if it is an ultra-rare mint-conditioned copy.
The Legend of Blue-Eyes White Dragon (LOB) is a first-edition PSA 10 Gem Mint condition Blue-Eyes White Dragon card, released in the first expansion set of the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game, which was sold at auction in October 2020 for a whopping $85,000. While that is a lot of money, the card is currently going for a selling price of $99,999.99 on eBay.
Other copies of the card are also not cheap. In June 2021, a Chinese court stopped an auction after bidding reached a whopping $13.4 million as people scrambled to get their hands on an ultra-rare Blue-Eyes White Dragon with a 20th-anniversary card frame.
The kicker is that you’ll need three of them to summon the even more powerful Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon, but for your average diehard collector, the functional aspect of a card won’t matter all that much.
2) Crush Card Virus Shonen Jump Championship 2007 ($250,000)
The Crush Card Virus was given out as a prize in the 2007 Shonen Jump Championship, where 40 copies were released between January and July 2007. Two additional copies were distributed at the 2008 Costa Mesa Shonen Jump Championships, while another three—potentially more—were released on accident at a sneak preview event, which brings the total number of cards confirmed to exist in public to 46.
The rarity of this card is what makes it so valuable to collectors, rather than its functionality or popularity. A mint copy of the Crush Card Virus is currently being sold on eBay for a grand price of $250,000.
Given how powerful it is, it was included in the Yu-Gi-Oh! ban list for many years, which means players weren’t allowed to use the card in official duels—probably another reason for its skyrocketing price. Previously, you were only allowed one of these cards in your deck, but now that its effects have been modified, you can have up to three.
1) Tyler the Great Warrior ($311,211)
Tyler The Great Warrior is incredibly unique. It’s not rare because it’s old or a special rarity. It’s expensive and elusive because it’s the only one of its kind in existence. It’s a special card in that there is only a single copy of this card that exists, which has been with the intended owner for the longest time.
In 2002, a 14-year-old Yu-Gi-Oh! fan was diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer. The Make-A-Wish Foundation was made aware of his diagnosis and granted him his wish to create his own Yu-Gi-Oh! card. Thanks to contacts at 4Kids Entertainment, Make-A-Wish made his dream a reality.
Tyler then invented his own card called Tyler, The Great Warrior, with the card design based on Future Trunks from Dragon Ball . His card also received a unique effect that inflicts effect damage to your opponent based on the attack points of the monsters it destroys, similar to Elemental Hero Flame Wingman.
Tyler survived his fight with cancer, keeping hold of the card for years. He only recently decided to sell his card so he can fund his future, and has done so through eBay, where the final auction bid racked up a whopping $311,211 for the young man who finally let go of his unique customized Yu-Gi-Oh! Card, with the auction having closed on April 29, 2023.
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- TCGplayer Tip: This version of the famed Egyptian God Card was a surprise reveal in Legendary Duelists: Rage of Ra. Nobody expected a Ghost Rare printing of The Winged Dragon of Ra, and that shock factor made it into a perennial hit with collectors worldwide.
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- 10/28/23 NM 1st Edition Near Mint 1st Edition 1 $128.95
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Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon (25th Anniversary Edition)
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