Hey everyone! It’s once again time for another Yu-Gi-Oh! Booster set review. This review is on the latest Booster set released for the Yu-Gi-Oh trading card game, the Wing Raiders booster set. Before we begin, I want to apologize for the delay in getting this review up, the booster packs that Konami sent out to me got lost or delayed while in transit to my location, thankfully they finally showed up. As always a huge thanks goes to Konami for providing me with a few Wing Raiders booster packs for review purposes.
Let’s get right into Wing Raiders and what you can expect when you purchase a few booster packs to build up your arsenal. Each Wing Raiders booster pack you purchase will set you back $3.99 and every pack contains 9 cards, the overall set for Wing Raiders contains 27 Common cards, 12 Rare cards, 10 Super Rare cards, 6 Ultra Rare cards and 5 Secret Rare cards. The Wing Raiders Booster set is mainly focused on powering up the Raidraptor cards and if you take one quick look at the card list for this booster set, you’ll quickly notice that it’s worth purchasing. I also want to add, even if you aren’t a fan of the Raidraptor cards, you still have two new deck themes to look forward to with Wing Raiders, those being Phantom Knights and the Super Quantum cards.
Wing Raiders is also full of fantastic reprints that consist of Cairngorgon, Antiluminescent Knight, Bujinki Amaterasu, Number 101: Silent Honor ARK, Gagaga Cowboy and Bottomless Trap Hole. All of those cards are popular with most duelists, so it’s definitely nice to see them included within this booster set. The most interesting cards within the Wing Raiders booster set are the Super Quantum cards, their artwork alone makes them worth owning, but it’s the fact that they all work together so well that makes them worth owning.
Now let’s talk about the cards that I was able to pull with the 3 booster packs that Konami sent me. I was able to pull 2 Super Rare The Phantom Knights of Silent Boots and 1 Super Rare Rank-Up-Magic Soul Shave Force. I was hoping to pull a few more Super Quantum cards since they would be a great addition to my card collection, but I did order a few more Wing Raiders booster packs, so hopefully I can pull some better cards. I’ll be updating this review with the additional cards I pull when the booster packs arrive.
If you’re a fan of the Raidraptor cards, then I highly recommend you pick up a few Wing Raider booster packs, this set is just brimming with awesome cards that can improve any Raidraptor deck and it also includes new cards for people looking to build completely new decks, so I have no complaints on Wing Raiders, it’s something I can recommend to just about anyone out there and the inclusion of the Super Quantum cards makes this set enticing to any Yu-Gi-Oh collector out there. I give the Wing Raiders booster set a 9.1/10