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DMR-10 Dead & Beat
エピソード3: デッド&エンドビート

DMR-10 pack

Translation: Episode 3: Dead & Beat
Gallery: DMR-10 Card Set Gallery
Rulings: Set FAQ
Release Date: September 21st, 2013
Next Set: DMR-11 Episode 3: Ultra Victory Master
Previous Set: DMR-09 Episode 3: Rage vs God
Block: Episode 3 E3

Dead & Beat is the 10th DMR booster pack in the OCG.

Details

  • This set features 62 cards, including;
    • 2 Victory Rares
    • 6 Secret Victory Rares
    • 5 Super Rares
    • 5 Very Rares
    • 15 Rares
    • 15 Uncommons
    • 20 Commons
  • This set features multicolored Exile Creatures.
  • Around 1 out of every 3 boxes will contain a Victory Rare, and 1 out of every 7-8 boxes will contain a Secret Victory Rare.

Keywords

This set reintroduces the Gravity Zero keyword, but on spells rather than on creatures.

Gravity Zero — If you have "CONDITION", you may cast this spell for no cost.

It also features the Kourin keyword on multicolored creatures, allowing them to search for different races.

Kourin—At the end of your turn, if this creature is tapped, search your deck. You may put a RACE or RACE that costs 8 or less from among it into the battle zone. Then shuffle your deck.

Alternate Artwork cards

This set continues the Mode Change Card alternate art series, contributing the following cards:

Contents

Victory Rare Victory Rare

Super Rare Super Rare

Very Rare Very Rare

Rare Rare

Uncommon Uncommon

Common Common

Cycles

Gravity Zero Spells
(Each of these spells has the "Gravity Zero" keyword.)

"Shield Go" creatures
(Each of these creatures with a "Shield Go" ability have a secondary ability that occurs while they are face-up in your shields.)

Exile Creature spells
(Each of these creatures are named after and feature an Exile Creature in their artwork.)

"Assist of" Multicolored spells
(Each of these allied multicolored spells feature 2 abilities belong to their respective civilizations.)

Gallery

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Trivia

  • This set uses the katakana for the word of "エンド" (End) above the "&" in this sets name. "Dead End Beat" could be a possible musical reference to the New Zealand band with the same name.
    • It could also simply be a play on the electronic genre some argue is the antithesis of Rock and Roll, Drum and Bass—commonly known as D&B.
    • While it uses the word "End" rather than "And", it is a reference to the Bruce (Dead or Alive) and Jackie (Infinity Beat) cards in this set.

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