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Konami reveals 'Shadow Specters Special Edition' promo cards

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Today Dec. 3, 2013 Konami announced a new "Yu-Gi-Oh!" product: The "Shadow Specters Special Edition." Great as a stocking stuffer, "Shadow Specters Special Edition" boasts three booster packs of the latest "Yu-Gi-Oh!" expansion set "Shadow Specters." It also features one of two different Super Rare variant cards: Stardust Dragon or Tuning.

Related: 2013 "Yu-Gi-Oh!" holiday gift guide

Stardust Dragon is a powerful Synchro Monster that was originally printed in "Duelist Genesis," and is Yusei Fudo’s main monster in from the animated television series "Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D."

Tuning allows a player to search their deck for a “Synchro” Tuner Monster and put it into their hand. Originally printed in "Starstrike Blast," Tuning can be used with newer Synchro Monsters from the recent sets "Judgment of the Light" and "Shadow Specters."

When you consider the fact that purchasing individual booster packs retail for $3.99 each, the "Shadow Specters Special Edition" is a bargain at $9.99. "Shadow Specters Special Edition" will be available on Dec. 13, 2013.

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