With the 2020 Tin of Lost Memories Mega Pack finally out, many wonderful reprints are now available for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Community. Let’s take a quick journey back in time to see what some of the best cards of 2019 were! Almost all the game-defining cards from the last year are making a comeback in an all-new rarity!
Kicking off 2019, we saw Savage Strike shaking up the format. It brought some incredible cards for the Salamangreat strategy, such as Salamangreat Sunlight Wolf, as well as ways to counter the deck through Fusion of Fire and Salamangreat Violet Chimera. We also witnessed how, thanks to Orcust Knightmare, the entire Orcust deck came together. Luckily, Fantastical Dragon Phantazmay and Pot of Extravagance were there to help us draw counters.
One of the most anticipated cards finally hit the TCG when Cherubini, Ebon Angel of the Burning Abyss was introduced! The set had plenty of support cards for iconic themes, like introducing Fusion Destiny for Destiny Heroes. Dark Neostorm featured plenty of low-rarity cards that Duelists will be excited to see reprinted with a bit more shine, such as Crackdown. If this all doesn’t seem awesome yet, be thrilled twhen you hear that everyone’s favorite Field Spell was introduced in this set as well. How could Mystic Mine be missing from a celebration of 2019’s coolest cards?
Rising Rampage introduced a ton of cool support for rogue strategies, like Marinecess, Tenyi, Dinowrestlers, and Simorgh! If you hadn’t yet picked up your copy of Dragunity Knight - Romulus, you’ll be able to find a high rarity version of the card in this Tin. Or, if you want to tone it down a bit, the Mega Pack has got you covered with a reprint of Apollousa, Bow of the Goddess.
Chaos Impact closed the year in terms of core set boosters, but it also had some big names. Starliege Seyfert single-handedly caused a rise in the popularity of Chaos Dragon variants, so it’s definitely a card to pick up if you want to put your Chaos monsters from Toon Chaos to use.I:P Masquerena helps players set up sneaky plays during the opponent’s turn and it’s a must-have Link Monster, so it’s definitely exciting to see it getting a reprint as well. If you prefer to summon other colors from the extra deck, look no further than Draco Berserker of the Tenyi and Gallant Granite, the latter being a great addition to Rock decks like Adamancipators or Megalith.
Even though it was not a core set, the 2020 Tin of Lost Memories Mega Pack also includes cards from The Infinity Chasers! Tough machines like Infinitrack Anchor Drill, adorable magicians like Witchcrafter Madame Verre, and threatening creatures like Serziel, Watcher of the Evil Eye are all yours to command!
Last, but definitely not least, we’re seeing the introduction of Red-Eyes Dark Dragoon, a powerful new boss monster, as well as some new suport for Dark Magician and friends in the form of Destined Rivals, Strength in Unity, and Successor Soul!
All this – and much more! – are yours to collect in the Tin of Lost Memories Mega Pack, releasing on 27 August 2020!