Chaos Hunter - STOR-EN085 - Secret Rare 1st Edition

Chaos Hunter STOR EN085 Secret Rare 1st Edition Storm of Ragnarok 1st Edition Singles
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RaritySecret Rare
DescriptionStorm of Ragnarok was the 38th expansion of the Yugioh TCG. It was released in February of 2011 and consisted of 111 cards total. Noteworthy cards from Storm of Ragnarok include Gleipnir, the Fetters of Fenrir, Legendary Six Samurai - Shi En & Odin, Father of the Aesir.

This set first introduces the “Aesir”, “Legendary Six Samurai”, “Nordic”, “Symphonic Warrior”, and “Vylon” archetypes and series. Support for many other archetypes is present in this set, such as: “Harpie”, “Spirit”, “Zombie”, etc.

Storm of Ragnarok consists of the following rarity breakdown:

44 Commons
20 Rares
14 Super Rares
10 Ultra Rares
8 Secret Rares
10 Ultimate Rares
1 Ghost Rare
4 Short Prints
Dimensions3.38" H x 2.31" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
- February 28, 2012
-- legendhiro
One of the best cards in the game, and one of the few cards that I actually bother to side deck when I actually do play in a tourney. Not sure if it is main deck worthy unless you know your area is big on the types of decks this guy bonks (see the Yugioh Wikia for a complete list), or unless you really like it. I only side one, maybe two on rare occasion, and it is always enough for me.
- June 17, 2011
-- Anonymous
Stops Trishula in her tracks, not to mention Chaos Sorcerer. You need three for sidedecks that depend on the grave.
- March 04, 2011
-- antwan
you do you girl. Chaos Hunter is the kind of chick that does it for her and thats how it should be!
- February 10, 2011
-- Hardy Kallas
almost every deck specials 4 stars
- February 10, 2011
-- Anonymous
Overall, a really great card. It's a beatstick, and an insurance policy. Two things jump out at me about this card: blatant anti-Macro Decks, and blatant Fabled support. The initial minus of the cost to Special Summon this card can be evened out by discarding Cerburrel, Krus, Lurrie, or Ganashia (or even Kushano if you need to). You can also discard it using Valkyrus. My only problem with the card is that it requires the opponent to Special Summon something; it's virtually useless against a deck that doesn't do that.
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