Yu-Gi-Oh Stardust Overdrive: The Strongest Yu-Gi-Oh Booster Pack?

Unlike Ancient Prophecy, Stradust Overdrive looks like a destructive booster pack, due to the fact it contains Majestic Star Dragon. Of course, one shouldn’t forget that the Earthbound Immortal, Wiraqocha Rasca is also part of the Stardust Overdrive booster pack.

Time goes so fast doesn’t it? It feels like only yesterday I wrote my post about the release of the Ancient Prophecy booster pack (read here). Now, the most recent Yugioh booster pack, Stardust Overdrive, is almost here for TCG. Unlike Ancient Prophecy, Stradust Overdrive looks like a destructive booster pack, due to the fact it contains Majestic Star Dragon. Of course, one shouldn’t forget that the Earthbound Immortal, Wiraqocha Rasca is also part of the Stardust Overdrive booster pack. Realizing this, I felt Stardust Overdrive was going to be one strong pack.

Here is evidence for my claim above. Stardust Overdrive has new synchro monsters, it has the Majestic and Majestic Star Dragons, plus it contains the final Earthbound Immortals: Wiraqocha Rasca, Uru, and Ccarayhua. Also, Stardust Overdrive brings a new addition to the Synchrons with Quick Synchron. For duelists who use the Synchron Warrior monsters (for example Junk Warrior, Road Warrior, Nitro Warrior, and Turbo Warrior) Quick Synchron would be an amazing addition to your deck because he can be used as asubstitute tuner for the sychro summoning of  a Synchron Warrior.

Now, we all know that Majestic Star Dragon is a really strong card, and it looks cool too. However, people aren’t really excited about the release of Majestic Star Dragon. What they really want is to see Wiraqocha Rasca, the strongest of the Earthbound Immortals. And why wouldn’t they? Wiraqocha Rasca’s effect makes him one of the strongest monsters in Yugioh history, not in Yugioh 5Ds, but in Yugioh history. Wiraqocha Rasca cannot be an attack target. When he’s played, you can return up to three cards you control to your deck. Your foe then discards the number of cards you returned and Wiraqocha Rasca gains 1000 attack points for each card your foe discarded from their hand ! If your foe discarded three cards, Rasca has 3100 attack points! Plus, he can attack directly, so you’ll be dealing alot of damage to your opponent every turn.

With cards like Wiraqocha Rasca, Majestic Star Dragon, and Quick Synchron, Stardust Overdrive seems like a really efficient pack as well as a good buy. I am glad that 5Ds hasbalanced it’s “Turbo Duel” style of play with the authentic, original Yugioh style of play. You can tell by the cards in this booster pack.Yu-Gi-Oh-Stardust-Overdrive

23 thoughts on “Yu-Gi-Oh Stardust Overdrive: The Strongest Yu-Gi-Oh Booster Pack?”

  1. well depends. if he had a machine deck, powerful machine-type fusion monsters, and a way to negate power bond’s negative effective, I’d say it was a pretty fair trade.

  2. But for 3 earthbound immortals? I’d say even in that case Yugioh fan still came out on top. I want rasca and piscu.

  3. it was quite fair, he has a good machine deck he usually gets his ultimate gear golem out easily. In a pack he got a megamorph, thats why he wanted powerbond too!!! The only problem is that his ultimate is so fake that no effect is written on it! To bad he doesn’t know the effect. He doen’t really know the rules, more of a collector, thats why I like my deal!!

  4. but each one costs two monsters as a sacrifice too. so having 3 in your deck would mean needing to sacrifice a total of 6, and you can only have one at a time. not to mention the need for a field spell card…

  5. Thats why you side deck them for the proper situation, or make 3 different decks surrounding each respectively.

  6. you’d need at least 120 cards in that case. I just don’t see any reason to have more than 1 earthbound immortal except for collecting purposes…

  7. well ok maybe it’s not a lot to someone who goes out and buys every pack of cards after they come out…

    for me, who was given a deck from his friend, who had a lot of cards (and I’m really grateful for), 120 cards is a LOT (with a capital L)

  8. Lol woah Im not buying packs left and right. I havent bought cards since 5th grade. I just trade with my buddies. Considering back then I got 3 starter decks(2 of which came with 2 booster packs each) along with maybe 3 booster packs. Plus all the free cards I’ve gotten from friends, I’d say that is pretty reasonible. Especially when you’re around Yugioh freaks whom, like you say, buy every pack that comes out.

  9. hmm… well you certainly came out of the good end of the trade, even I can’t deny that. but a neos and a wingman would be pretty helpful to that guy if he has an elemental hero deck…

  10. Try looking up some Earthbound decks online and see which ones suit you.

    …Seriously? For only Neos and Flare Wingman? Like are they atleast holos?

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