Order & Chaos – Polar opposites, slugging it out in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME for years.
Now, the feud that never seems to end hits a new zenith in 2012, with Order of Chaos.
As chaos and order collide, Order of Chaos contains all the tools YOU need to forge a Deck and achieve whatever destiny awaits. Will you create order from the chaos that surrounds you? Or impose a new order on your opponents – of the chaos, by the chaos, for the chaos?
That choice is up to you!
There Will Be Order…?
Order has a new champion!
Number C39: Utopia Ray is an upgraded version of Number 39: Utopia (from Starter Deck: Dawn of the Xyz). You can Xyz Summon Utopia Ray with 3 Level 4 LIGHT monsters. But it also has a special way to Summon it – the first of its kind!
You can Xyz Summon Utopia Ray by using ONLY Number 39: Utopia as Xyz Material. Utopia attaches to Utopia Ray as Xyz Material – and any Xyz Materials that were attached to Utopia also transfer over to Utopia Ray!
Once Utopia Ray is on the field, equip it with ZW - Unicorn Spear, right from your hand. This card is normally a 1900 ATK Level 4 monster, but when equipped to Utopia Ray, it boosts Utopia Ray by 1900 points instead. That brings Utopia Ray up to 4400 ATK!!!
Let Loose the Bugs of War!
Inzektors aren’t just an invincible, infinite, insect swarm, each one equipped with a state-of-the-art high-tech suit of power armor and weapons systems. (After all, we see that every day!) No, what really sets them apart is their unique technology of Variable-Form Battle Armor.
Inzektor battle armors are interchangeable AND modular. This means that Inzektors can equip to and with each other for powerful effects and super combos!
Summon your Inzektor Dragonfly or Inzektor Centipede, then equip it with your Inzektor Hornet, granting +3 Levels, 500 extra ATK, and 200 more DEF. And once it’s equipped, you can send Hornet to the Graveyard during your turn to destroy any card on the field.
Even better: if you send Hornet to the Graveyard while equipped to Dragonfly, you also get to Summon an Inzektor from your Deck. If Hornet was equipped to Centipede instead, you can add an Inzektor from your Deck to your hand.
Sound good so far? Did we mention that you can do this EVERY TURN by re-equipping Hornet from the Graveyard? Or that you can also equip Inzektor Ant, making your Dragonfly or Centipede indestructible? Or that you can also pump them up with Inzektor Giga-Mantis, giving them 2400 Attack Points? Add it all up for a 2400 ATK monster that can’t be destroyed, blows up 1 card every turn, and gets you an Inzektor of your choice from your Deck when it does.
Interested yet? Don’t forget about Inzektor Exa-Beetle, their Rank 6 Xyz monster that equips itself with a monster from either player’s Graveyard when it’s Summoned. And it has the power to send cards on the field to the Graveyard each turn.
Inzektors bring plenty of weapons besides each other, too. Equip Inzektor Axe - Zektahawk to give your Inzektor 1000 more Attack Points, and stop your opponent from activating Spells or Traps when it attacks. Use Inzektor Orb to power-up by 500 ATK and DEF, and negate effects that target your Inzektor monster. And use the Continuous Trap Card Variable Form to equip your Inzektors to each other, or Summon your equipped Inzektors back as monsters!
Finally, Inzektors have the power of Armor Blast. This Spell Card lets you destroy 1 Inzektor card you control and 2 cards your opponent controls. (You don’t have to destroy an Inzektor monster, you can just destroy an Inzektor that’s equipped.) And most of your Inzektors give you something when destroyed, so this adds up to free cards for you, and a world of hurt for your opponent!
Will you be ready when this crawling chaos emerges to take over the Dueling world?
Ninjas: The True Order of Chaos?
Ninjas! Ten Monsters – Five Spells and Traps – One Unstoppable Ninja Army!
Ninjas have thrived for centuries within their secret order… a silent order... a powerful order… perhaps the one, true, order of chaos! Spanning all six Attributes, Ninjas have only two things in common – their total dedication to their Ninja clan, and their total dedication to obliterating YOUR enemies.
Order of Chaos includes traditional Ninjas, plus the new “Armor Ninja” monsters. They both count as “Ninjas”, so they work in perfect unison in your Deck! The Armor Ninjas include two new Xyz Monsters: Blade Armor Ninja lets your Ninjas attack twice, and Number 12: Crimson Shadow Armor Ninja makes your Ninjas indestructible for the turn.
“Ninjitsu Art” cards are the Traps that Ninjas set for their foes. Use Armor Ninjitsu Art of Freezing to stop your opponent’s monsters in their tracks. Or deploy your Armor Ninjitsu Art of Rust Mist to cut the enemy’s Attack Points in half. And when the time is right, use your ultimate weapon: Ninjitsu Art of Super-Transformation. This Trap Card lets you combine 1 of your Ninjas with 1 of your opponent’s monsters to Summon a Dragon, Dinosaur, or Sea Serpent from your Deck!
Ninjitsu Art of Super-Transformation can easily Summon a Dragon, Dinosaur, or Sea Serpent of up to 7 or 8 Levels. So what’s the perfect monster to get? The White Dragon Ninja! This Level 7 monster is both a Ninja AND a Dragon, so it’s easy to Summon AND still works with all your other Ninja cards. With 2700 ATK, it can beat down almost anything your opponent throws at you. AND it protects all of your Spell and Trap cards from being destroyed, so your Ninjitsu Art cards are safe and sound.
If your White Dragon Ninja is ever in trouble, you have one last trick up your sleeve. Tribute it for Ninjitsu Art of Duplication to splinter it into a new Ninja army, by Summoning up to 7 Levels of Ninjas from your Deck – face-up or face-down!
Ninjas have been lurking in the shadows since the very first Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG set, but have never appeared in full force – until now.
More LIGHT and DARK Monsters
Order of Chaos is stuffed with new LIGHT and DARK monsters for your Deck, including a ton of new Photon monsters to fill out your Deck from Photon Shockwave. It’s also got Photon Trident, a Quick-Play Spell that gives 1 Photon monster 700 ATK for the turn, AND makes it inflict piercing Battle Damage, AND lets you destroy 1 Spell/Trap when it damages your opponent!
On the DARK side of things, there’s a bunch of monsters to use in different Decks. Trance Archfiend lets you discard a Fiend and power up its ATK - a great combo with Dark World monsters since it activates their discard effects! Interplanetarypurplythorny Dragon is a Level 5, 2200 ATK monster you can Summon whenever one of your monsters is destroyed. And Dark Blade the Captain of the Evil World seizes your opponent’s LIGHT monsters to use as living shields.
LIGHT and DARK? In one set? That’s an order for chaos, right there!
Ga Ga for Gagaga
It started with Gagaga Magician, from Generation Force, the Level-matching wunderkind that lets you Xyz Summon like lightning.
Now he’s got help! Gagaga Girl can match the Level of Gagaga Magician, to set up triple-Xyz match-making parties! Gagaga Magician copies a monster’s Level, then Gagaga Girl copies him. Now you’ve got 3 monsters on the field with the same Level. Mega-Xyz Summon incoming!!
Don’t forget to get your other Gagaga cards in the set, too. Like Gagagabolt to destroy any card on the field, or Gagagaguard to protect your monsters from destruction!
Hoping to see more Gagaga cards in the future? We gagaga-guarantee it!
And she brought friends! Hop on board the Tour Bus From the Underworld for a guided tour of some of the most powerful Xyz Monsters in any universe!
But this is just the start! There are plenty of other cards in this set, for Decks of all kinds. Too many to go into here, so be sure to make a list and check it twice, because you won’t want to miss any of the exciting cards coming in Order of Chaos!
Order of Chaos contains 100 cards:
48 Common Cards
20 Rare Cards
14 Super Rare Cards
10 Ultra Rare Cards
8 Secret Rare Cards