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Labyrinth of Nightmare
|Labyrinth of Nightmare|
|French||Le Labyrinthe Des Cauchemars|
|German||Labyrinth of Nightmare|
|Revised Romanization||Angmong-ui Migung|
|Number of cards||105|
|Cover card||Mask of Restrict|
|Yugioh-Card database ID|
|Other||Labyrinth of Nightmare promotional cards|
|Asian-English||June 26, 2003|
Labyrinth of Nightmare
Labyrinth of Nightmare has been released in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game (TCG) in English, French, German and Italian and in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game (OCG) in Asian-English and Korean. There are three separate prints for the TCG English: North American, European and Worldwide.
The set's first English printing used the numbers LON-###. When reprinted in Master Collection Volume 1, it used the numbers LON-EN###. When reprinted for the Tactical Evolution: Special Edition, it used the numbers LON-E### in Europe and LON-### in North America. This North American version differed from the previous LON-### release, in that made errata on many cards, including changing the term Magic Card to Spell Card.
In the Korean 1st Edition and Unlimited Edition first printings, the "Gemini Elf" and "Magic Cylinder" were printed with the diagonal Secret Rare pattern that is used in the TCG. This was later changed in the Unlimited print to the standard OCG "Cross pattern" Secret Rare and released with following printings of the set. So there are both "diagonal" and "cross" Secret Rare cards in the Unlimited Edition.
This set has cards mainly used by the Rare Hunters Lumis, Umbra, and Strings, as well as Mako Tsunami, Joey Wheeler and Yami Bakura. It also uses a lot of female cards, as well as the Attribute Spirits. It contains the "Destiny Board" cards and "Gemini Elf", the first TCG Normal Monster with 1900 ATK that requires no Tributes.
This set was the first TCG Booster Pack to feature a non-monster card as the cover card.
In the Asian-English and TCG versions of this set, each pack contained 9 cards and each box contained 24 packs. In the Korean version, each pack contained 10 cards.
The set contained 105 cards, consisting of: