Konami has done a great job at reprinting many classic cards in the Mega Packs and Legendary Collections. Legendary Collection 4: Joey's World was just released with many classic favorites! However, there are some cards that badly need reprints. Many Yu-Gi-Oh! cards have not been reprinted in many years. Here are my top 10 cards that need a reprint soon!
1. High Priestess of Prophecy
I know what you are saying. This card was first released last year, and that is very true. However, if Konami wants to continue to push players to play Prophecy then they need to re-release the High Priestess of Prophecy.
2. Stardust Dragon
Stardust Dragon is screaming for a reprint. He is Yusei's ace card in Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's. Stardust Dragon's last reprint was in Turbo Pack: Booster Six. That booster set was released in 2011. However, it was only released at tournament locations. If you didn't go to an official tournament then you were out of luck.
3. Dragunity Knight Vajrayana
Dragunity decks are very popular on Dueling Network. I'm always matched against Dragunity players on Dueling Network. Dragunity Knight Vajrayana's only TCG release was in 2010 in Starstrike Blast. Come on Konami and reprint this card!
4. Nurse Reficule the Fallen One
Nurse Reficule the Fallen One's only TCG release was in 2008 as a promo in Yu-Gi-Oh GX Tag Force Evolution. A re-release is way overdue!
5. Elemental Hero Absolute Zero
I need a hero who is a zero! Elemental Hero Absolute Zero is one of the most popular and useful Elemental Hero cards. He is stable in many Elemental Hero decks. Elemental Hero Absolute Zero has only been released as a promo in 2010 in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Volume 4, and in 2011 in Generation Force: Special Edition.
6. Darkflare Dragon
Let's get a reprint of Darkflare Dragon. His only release was in the Dragons Collide structure deck. Dragons Collide can be very expensive. The structure deck can cost up to $40 depending on the seller's price.
7. Lightpulsar Dragon
See Darkflare Dragon above! Lightpuslar Dragon is in the same boat with Darkflare Dragon. Both cards were only released in a now expensive structure deck
8. Skull Meister
Skull Meister is a nice anti-meta card. He cans slowdown decks that rely on effects activating in the graveyard. However, he is in of a reprint. He is another from Starstrike Blast who doesn't have a reprint. Are we seeing a pattern?
9. Hundred Eyes Dragon
Wow! A dragon with one hundred eyes must have very good eyesight. His one and only release was in the Duelist Pack Collection Tin 2011.
Is it me or does Konami dislike reprinting cards from Starstrike Blast? It would be nice to finally see Tuning get a reprint. Tuning's only release was in 2010 in Starstrike Blast. A reprint would be especially good because Synchro monsters are trying to make a big comeback.
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