Digimon Card Game (US) - Clean Images of Booster 4 Great Legend, Starter Decks 4, 5, & 6, and Power Up Pack, Great Dash Pack, and More Promo Cards

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With a bit under a month to go we have all the clean card images for Booster Set 4, along with Starter Decks 4, 5, and 6 for the English version of the Digimon Card Game.

The card list on the Digimon Card Game website updated with all of them. We're including images of all the cards they are listing.

We are also including promo cards that are coming out in tandem with these, or around the same time.


The full embeds are smaller images from the gallery, linking to the full size ones when you click them. The set name links to the gallery.



Booster Set 4, and Starter Decks 4, 5, and 6 are scheduled for release on June 11th. Call or contact a local shop to find out further details.


As for the cards themselves...

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First up, the starter decks, as they are a bit easier to list...

Each of these is $10 and includes a pre-built deck of 54 cards, made from 16 cards.

Each also includes a single Booster Set 4 booster pack as a bonus.


Starter Deck 4- Giga Green




Starter Deck 5- Machine Black




Starter Deck 6- Venom Violet






Next up, the booster pack!

Booster Set 4 Great Legend is the 4th Digimon Card Game booster set, and the first in the English version of the card game to be released in it's original format. (Sets 1 through 3 were released in 2 'special' Boosters in the English version to help catch it up a bit to the Japanese game.)

Each 12 card booster pack is $4.

Booster Set 4 Great Legend has 115 cards & the card distribution is:
44 Common
30 Uncommons
26 Rare
12 Super Rare
3 Secret Rares







After the 115, there are some additional cards. These have matching card numbers to cards in the set, and for gameplay purposes are considered the same card, they are just variants.



These parallel cards feature the 6 tamers who have cards in Booster Set 4.

The parallel tamer cards come 1 per booster box.





Then we have parallel cards for 12 Digimon throughout the set. These are Digimon who would be in high demand due to popularity, anime appearances, etc.

To the best of our knowledge at the time of posting these come standard in the booster packs, they are just extremely rare.





Last up are parallel cards for the 3 secret rares. These 3 are shown slightly out of order (114 and 115 are flipped.) Naochika Morishita drew these 3 cards as one art piece. The last 2 are out of order to have them in the order the art is meant to be shown in.

To the best of our knowledge at the time of posting these come standard in the booster packs, they are just extremely rare.



And as mentioned above, recent or related promo cards.

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Each Great Legend booster box includes a "Great Legends Power Up Pack". Each Power Up Pack includes 2 (of 6) English versions of the 1 year card game anniversary cards.



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The Great Dash pack will be included for every 12 packs of Great Legend purchased. Buying 2 of the new Starter Decks (4, 5, and 6) will also get you a Great Dask Pack. Each contains 1 (of 3) of the 'dark' Digimon promo cards.



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The RizeGreymon promo card comes with Premium Pack Set 01. The pack includes 2 copies of the cards as a purchase bonus. The card is the English equivalent of the Winner's Card that was released alongside Battle Pack 3 in Japan.


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Both of these cards will be giveaways at the upcoming Great Legends Pre-Release Tournament. Pulsemon is a participation prize to all who show up, while MagnaAngemon is the winner's card.


A bit over a month until the new booster set and starter decks are out!



All the day 1 cards (the 3 starter decks, special booster 1.0, and a bunch of promo cards) we have clean images for, which can be found here.
We also have all the images from Special Booster 1.5 and a bunch of promo cards, which can be found here.


We also have info about the release of Starter Decks 4, 5, and 6 and Booster Set 4 in English here.
The first details for Booster Set 5 Battle of Omni can be found here.
The first details for Booster Set 6 & Starter Decks 7 and 8 in English can be found here.
English card game distro updates can be found here.
Booster 4 & Starter 4, 5, 6 Promotions, Anniversary Cards, Pulsemon, Name Change Rules, & More can be found here.
 

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What's the difference between "booster pack", "booster set" and "booster box"?


I'm not sure, but if I understood correctly, booster box is a collection of individual packs of five cards or so, with 20 or so packs inside... Looking online I intended to order one (booster box) sine it'd be cheaper than ordering lone packs. I found that there are two English type of booster boxes, ver 1. and 1.5. Sadly, they're way too expensive, supposedly because they're not manufactured anymore?


Are there more English booster boxes besides 1. and 1.5?
 

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Booster Set- A common group of cards (Booster Set 4 Great Legend for example) that are all potential cards to get based on what you purchase, released at the same time.
Booster Pack- A single pack of cards from a booster set. For Digimon, packs are 12 cards.
Booster Box- A retail display box filled with packs. Digimon Card Game boxes contain 24 packs each, along with 'extra' packs containing specific 'box toppers', which act as purchase bonus items.

Booster Set 4 is shown above and isn't out yet.

As mentioned in the post above, 1.0 and 1.5 contain mixes of cards from 1, 2, and 3 to act as 'catch up' to the Japanese game.

Further sets will be released later in the year.
 

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Booster Set- A common group of cards (Booster Set 4 Great Legend for example) that are all potential cards to get based on what you purchase, released at the same time.
Booster Pack- A single pack of cards from a booster set. For Digimon, packs are 12 cards.
Booster Box- A retail display box filled with packs. Digimon Card Game boxes contain 24 packs each, along with 'extra' packs containing specific 'box toppers', which act as purchase bonus items.

Booster Set 4 is shown above and isn't out yet.

As mentioned in the post above, 1.0 and 1.5 contain mixes of cards from 1, 2, and 3 to act as 'catch up' to the Japanese game.

Further sets will be released later in the year.
Thank you!

That clarifies a lot. I always assumed that there is much more to it since Digimon cards and game cards existed since long ago. I gather, everything published on the site refer to the newest and on the rise Digimon card game? Everything prior is of no relation?
 

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Thank you!

That clarifies a lot. I always assumed that there is much more to it since Digimon cards and game cards existed since long ago. I gather, everything published on the site refer to the newest and on the rise Digimon card game? Everything prior is of no relation?

Prior card games have no active relation to the current card game as far as playing goes.

New cards may be named after and/or have artistic references to old cards.
A couple of cards (thus far) are themed to look after the original card game.


Various threads and bits may have to do with the old card game (various cards still get published for it as specialty items), but nothing that wouldn't be clear by looking at at them (and even the last one of those would be from over a year ago at this point.)
 
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