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There are 15 cards in the set, and you receive two packs with the Super Starter deck of 5 cards each. There are only two rarities in this pack: Ultra Rare and Commons.
The other common cards are as follows:
Kuraz the Light Monarch
D.D. Warrior Lady
Injection Fairy Lily
The A. Forces
Reinforcement of the Army
Swords of Revealing Light
Call of the Haunted
The majority of these cards have all been printed at common rarity before. Mirror Force, Call of the Haunted, and Reinforcement of the Army are staples that we’re happy to see again. Magic Cylinder is also a highly useful card, along with Divine Wrath, a card that may begin to see more play again with the rise of so many powerful effect monsters.
Of these 13 common cards, only 2 had never before been printed at the lowest rarity: Des Volstgalph and Kuraz the Light Monarch. Des Volstgalph‘s claim to fame was that he was once a Shonen Jump Championship Series Prize Card, and later reprinted in two different Gold Series. Kuraz is probably the most interesting card here, only before printed as a Light of Destruction special edition card and a Duelist League participation promo.
Overall, these are decent cards to immediately power up the Space Time Showdown deck. Having an inexpensive Ultra Rare Dark Hole is always fun, too. All in all, this is a pretty strong Starter Deck, especially for the price. You wouldn’t buy it for the Power-Up packs themselves, but they are certainly a nice bonus.