|Revised Romanization||Jeoldaewonsoui Him|
|Part of series||Core Booster|
|Number of cards||60|
|Cover card||Elemental HERO Shining Flare Wingman|
|Yugioh-Card database ID|
|Sneak Peek||Elemental Energy Sneak Peek Participation Card|
|Vendor Edition||Elemental Energy: Vendor Edition|
|Special Edition||Elemental Energy: Special Edition|
|Asian-English||July 20, 2006|
This set has been printed in the TCG in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish and in the OCG in Japanese, Asian-English and Korean.
This set was also released with the Elemental Energy: Special Edition, with one of four variant cards; "Silent Swordsman LV5", "Horus the Black Flame Dragon LV8", "The Creator", or "Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys".
In December 20, 2019, the set was re-released in South Korea in Korean. as part of a reprint season including many other old packs. It was reprinted as originally released; in its original box style.
Elemental Energy includes several new "Elemental HERO" monsters, used by Jaden Yuki in the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime, along with many cards used by his rival, Chazz Princeton, including the expansion of the "XYZ" monsters into "VWXYZ". It also features "Queen's Knight", "King's Knight" and "Jack's Knight"; long awaited cards from the original Yu-Gi-Oh! anime. Alexis Rhodes cards are also contained such as Cyber Blader.
A new set of cards introduced in this set are the "Dark World" monsters, which have powerful effects that activate when they are discarded from the hand, and they are the most anticipated from this set. In the OCG the card "Pot of Avarice" was also highly anticipated due to its use in "Gadget" Decks.
In the Japanese version of this set, each pack contains 5 cards and each box contains 30 packs. In the TCG and Asian-English versions, each pack contains 9 cards and each box contains 24 packs.
The Japanese set contains 60 cards in total or 71 in the Master Set. This is comprised of:
The TCG, Asian-English and Korean version contains 60 cards in total or 85 in the Master Set. This is comprised of:
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