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Future Card Buddyfight Character Pack - Burning Valor Box (30 Booster Packs)

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Original price £39.95
Original price £39.95 - Original price £39.95
Original price £39.95
Current price £24.99
£24.99 - £24.99
Current price £24.99

Product Details

1x Sealed Booster Box containing 30 booster packs from the Character Pack Burning Valor Vol. 1 expansion of the Future Card Buddyfight Trading Card Game. The official description can be seen below:

"Character Packs" are sets of cards used to build or edit decks based around a character(s) from the anime or manga. Each pack contains 3 of over 45 cards, while a display box contains 30 packs.

The pack will focus on the cards used by Gao Mikado in the anime! (All of then from the Dragon world)

Total types: 45

(BR: 1, RRR: 6, RR: 8, R: 10 , C: 20 + SP: 6)

(8 reprints)

Each packet: 3 cards

Each pack will have 1 R and above

Each box: 30 packs

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