Resonance of Contrast

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Resonance of Contrast
Resonance of Contrast
  • Resonance of Contrast
RōmajiRezonansu Obu Kontorasuto
Set information
MediumVideo game
TypeBooster pack
Number of cards40
Cover card
Release date
  • January 24, 2018
Video games

Resonance of Contrast

Resonance of Contrast is an original pack in the video game Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links. It was first released in-game on January 24, 2018, 7:00 PM (EST).


Inheriting the spirit of the Iron Knight, the Black Dragon rises again!

Recommended Cards

Red-Eyes Slash Dragon
"Red-Eyes Slash Dragon" is a monster that can increase its ATK by equipping a Warrior-Type Monster in your Graveyard when declaring an attack.
When you use this effect, even if "Red-Eyes Slash Dragon" is destroyed, you'll be able to Special Summon the monster that was equipped to it!

Bujin Yamato
"Bujin Yamato" allows you to add a Bujin monster to your hand from the Deck at the end of your turn. Use it to add a Bujingi monster that can activate its effect in your hand. You will also have to discard a card from your hand as part of the effect of "Bujin Yamato" but you can use this to your advantage by discarding a Bujingi monster that can activate its effect in the Graveyard!

Phalanx Pike
An Equip Spell Card that increases the ATK of the equipped monster according to the number monsters in the Graveyard with the same name as the equipped monster!
This applies to both players' Graveyards, making it highly useful in a mirror match!

Defense Draw
When attacked by your opponent, this Trap Card will reduce your battle damage to 0 and let you draw 1 card.
Use this card when you're in a desperate situation and place your hope on this extra draw!

A total of 40 types of Cards: 2 UR, 8 SR, 14 R, and 16 N.

Each box of Resonance of Contrast contains 80 packs. Each pack contains 3 different cards, which will always consist of 2 Normal (aka Common) cards and 1 Rare, Super Rare, or Ultra Rare card. There is a guaranteed number of copies of each individual card per box, depending on its rarity:

  • Ultra Rare: 1 copy
  • Super Rare: 1 copy
  • Rare: 5 copies
  • Normal (aka Common): 10 copies


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