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White Story Collection of Yu-Gi-Oh OCG Covers Branded Lore Cards

Konami will release the Complete File – The White Story, which is a special binder of Yu-Gi-Oh cards that focus on the Branded series of cards. This is completely made-to-order and will cost 29,700 JPY ($188.50). [Thanks, Inside Games!]

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Four of the cards will have new illustrations for this collection. They’ll be: Fallen of Albaz; Incredible Ecclesia, the Virtuous; Blazing Cartesia, the Virtuous; and Aluber the Jester of Despia. These four cards will all be Quarter Century Secret Rares. Dogmatikalamity Alba System, will also appear in the collection as a Quarter Century Secret Rare card.

In total, the White Story collection for the Yu-Gi-Oh OCT will have:

  • 202 cards (177 Ultra Rares, 25 Quarter Century Secret Rares)
  • 1 binder (with sleeved pages and inside covers)
  • 1 special booklet

In Yu-Gi-Oh, the Branded series of cards is an archetype of Spell and Trap cards. However, aside from its in-game function, the cards have an connecting narrative lore. They’re part of the Abyss storyline. While Konami has not really released a book or story that ties everything together for the reader, many fans have put together a general synopsis or timeline of events based on both the card art and the card descriptions.

The Complete File – The White Story collection of Yu-Gi-Oh OCG cards will be open for pre-order until May 8, 2024. It’ll come out in September 2024.

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