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- Sep 8, 2006
As announced on the most recent Digimon Card Battle, they are doing a 2nd set of 'Tamers Goods'
This time the artwork used is the Omegamon back to back promotional art from BT05, but with a change.
The promo art for BT056 had Omegamon and Zwart Defeat, but behind them were silhouettes of well known Digimon appearing BT05. The silhouettes are gone, replaced by the faces of the upgraded versions of Omegamon and Defeat: Merciful Mode and Alter-B. We haven't seen the art of either of these before, but they go well with Omegamon and Defaet (very likely being drawn at the same time.) There is also some small details like Merciful Mode features, etc.
It's still some of the most striking art we've seen for the card game, enhanced by adding 2 versions of Omegamon who don't have cards yet.
The set features a polyster and rubber playmat, with the art formatted horizontally, along with 60 card sleeves with the art formatted vertically.
Pre-orders are open at Premium Bandai for 4,180 yen. Pre-orders close on June 14th.
Update- Pre-Orders are also on Premium Bandai US. $35 and ships in December.
Update- Pre-orders are open at both.
Really nice art on this one, with the fun detail of adding in Merciful Mode and Alter-B to art we've already seen.
If you want to import it...
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