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Common - Normal Rare - Short Print - Super Short Print - Holofoil Rare

Rare - Super Rare - Ultra Rare - Ultimate Rare - Ghost Rare - Holographic Rare

Secret Rare - Prismatic Secret Rare - Ultra Secret Rare - Secret Ultra Rare

Parallel Rare - Normal Parallel Rare
Super Parallel Rare - Ultra Parallel Rare
Gold Ultra Rare

Duel Terminal Parallel Rares

Explanation on Differences in Parallel Rares

Normal - Rare - Super Rare - Ultra Rare - Secret Rare

A Secret Rare card is identified by having a silver card name and the image has a unique holofoil known as a parallel holofoil (named due to the parallel dot effect on the image). On first edition printings and some collector tins the foil on the letters of Secret Rare cards sometimes "spill over", creating a thin film over the counter of the letters. This spill-over has also manifested in some Super Rare cards. In sets that are older than Tactical Evolution, Secret Rares are all either the first (#000) or last cards in a set.

Secret Rares were at first discontinued due to excessive use of electronic scales, however, they have been re-introduced in Strike of Neos. Currently, the odds of getting a Secret Rare in a Booster Pack is 1:24, with the exception of Premium Pack 1 (TCG), Premium Pack 2 (TCG) and Hidden Arsenal Booster Packs, since the set ratio for the Premium Packs is 2:1 for Secret Rares and 3:1 for Super Rares, while in Hidden arsenal, the set ratio for Secret Rares is 1:1 and for Super Rares is 4:1

Secret Rares are also the rarity of Collector Tin Promo cards, the Master Collection 1 and 2, and several -SE packs (eg. EEN-ENSE).

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