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Rainbow Dragon (Ghost Rare) (Chaos Neos Misprint) - Tactical Evolution

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The 10 Most Expensive Elemental HERO Cards in Yu-Gi-Oh

Which Hero cards are now worth thousands of dollars?!

By Jason Grabher-Meyer | Published 2/7/2023 | 12 min read

The GX era was a rough time for the Yu-Gi-Oh TCG.

Up until GX, the entire Yu-Gi-Oh brand was built on the grimdark aesthetic of Duel Monsters; lots of us got into Yu-Gi-Oh specifically because it felt more edgy, more dangerous, and more grownup than Pokemon. So when Yu-Gi-Oh GX hit the airwaves and was suddenly targeting a younger audience, hardcore Yu-Gi-Oh fans were shook. Suddenly the Yu-Gi-Oh TV show didn't feel like it was for us anymore, and while Yu-Gi-Oh GX was trying to reach out to a new generation of fans, it caused an immediate crisis for the existing player base.

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It wasn't just the show, either: players noticed pretty fast that a lot of the GX cards weren't very good. The GX era kicked off with The Lost Millennium in June of 2005, offering almost nothing for competitive-minded duelists. Cybernetic Revolution arrived next, bringing with it the game-shaping Cyber Dragon but not much else; cards like Magical Explosion and Fusion Recovery weren't played early on, and some of the set's best cards wouldn't see table time for years.

Elemental Energy introduced Pot of Avarice and some Dark World cards, but Jaden's Elemental Heroes were the real stars - the cards trumped up as the must-have centerpieces of the GX brand - and they were effectively a wash in tournaments. Those cards ate up all four of the set's Ultra Rare slots, and out of EEN's eleven total foil slots, only two saw any real use ( Pot of Avarice , and Goldd, Wu-Lord of Dark World ).

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Shadow of Infinity was focused on the Sacred Beasts and Cyber Laser Dragon , awesome cards for fans that looked cool, but never had a chance in competition. Meanwhile the best card in the set, Treeborn Frog , was relegated to a regular rare. Enemy of Justice, Power of the Duelist, Cyberdark Impact… all of these sets focused on big flashy cards from the anime, and none of them were competitive. While we can look back today and see hidden gems that eventually earned some tournament spotlight, those cards weren't moving packs at the time, and players largely ignored them.

The worst part of the GX era was watching a little kid fresh off their birthday, walk into a tournament store for the first time with a foiled out Elemental HERO deck they couldn't wait to play, and just get blasted off the face of the earth, round after round. Yu-Gi-Oh GX was meant to bring kids into the competitive fold and show them Yu-Gi-Oh was fun. But since they were excited about the wrong cards, a lot of them played in their first tournament and never came back. Oof.

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By the time Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's rolled around, the powers-that-be realized that whatever the main characters were playing, those cards had to be good. If the link between the shows and the game was going to work, those 22-minute-long commercials needed to be selling the right stuff. Cards like Stardust Dragon , Black Rose Dragon , and Goyo Guardian were a night-and-day difference; by 2008, the people pulling the levers had this stuff down to a science.

But back in 2005 and 2006? Yu-Gi-Oh had some problems.

The good news: we got through it. And some of those kids who were introduced to Yu-Gi-Oh with Jaden, Alexis, Syrus, Zane, and Chazz did stick it out! Today, lots of people who started with Yu-Gi-Oh GX are now passionate collectors and competitors. And while lots of the GX era chase cards may have been out of their reach as kids, plenty of now-grownup fans are going back to their childhood favorites, and picking up the cards they only dreamed about owning a decade and a half ago.

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Yu-Gi-Oh was always a game for player's first and foremost. But in my eyes, one of the early signs that convinced me it could grow a major collector's scene, was that moment a few years ago when the demand for old GX era cards started to rise. If you had your ear to the ground, you would've noticed that big cards from Duel Academy characters were slowly starting to disappear off the market. And it started with the cards that made the GX era such a problem back in the day: Elemental Heroes.

Fast forward to now, and the general view on Yu-Gi-Oh GX is way different. A lot of those old sets are now gold mines for highly collectible cards; sealed boxes sell for thousands of dollars, and key Elemental Hero cards are now some of the most sought-after treasures in Yu-Gi-Oh fandom. A lot of forces came together to make that happen: sure, the nostalgia's driving demand, but that's true for lots of eras.

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And yeah, the long-running legacy of Elemental Heroes, which eventually did grow into a rogue deck favorite, has helped, thanks in large part to newer cards. But GX is unique because so many of those original sets were undersupplied and undersold, while at the same time, the most passionate customers opening packs were often kids who were prone to damaging their cards, or losing them altogether.

So Near Mint E-Hero showpieces? They've absolutely skyrocketed. Forget how valuable they are: many of these cards are now extremely difficult to even find. So today, I want to look at ten of the most expensive, most coveted Elemental Hero cards on the market.

#10 Elemental Hero Wildedge Ultimate Rare

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Kicking it off at Number 10, Elemental Hero Wildedge is a good snapshot of how demand progresses for these rare E-Hero cards. The last Near Mint copy sold on TCGplayer went for $140, which actually isn't much compared to the higher ranked cards on this list. But supply's starting to get really scarce as more copies wind up in private collections, and the asking price is often a lot higher. This card may not be $140 ever again.

And for 1st Edition copies? Buckle your seatbelt, because you're looking north of 400 dollars. And we're just getting started.

#9 Elemental Hero Stratos Ultimate Rare

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I know what you're thinking: how could I rag on the lack of competitive cards from the GX era and not mention Elemental HERO Stratos , one of the single most viciously competitive cards of all time? Remember SJC St. Louis in 2007, when a handful of duelists with early release copies of Elemental HERO Stratos rolled in and just demolished everybody with Diamond Dude Turbo?

Yes! I do remember that. It was one of the most ridiculous chapters in the game's competitive history; it's etched into my brain. But it was only possible because Elemental HERO Stratos debuted as a manga promo in SHONEN JUMP Magazine, not a booster pack. Some of the best cards of the GX era weren't even in packs, which was probably a unique problem all on its own. The fact that Elemental HERO Stratos arrived a year and a half into the GX era, and did nothing to help make packs better, didn't really help anything.

But regardless of how it all began, Elemental Hero Stratos became an absolute icon, and the anchor for competitive Elemental Hero decks of all sorts for the better part of almost 15 years! It's been printed at least ten different times so far, but it never saw a rarity higher than its original Ultra Rare print until 2018, when it got the Ultimate Rare treatment in OTS Tournnament Pack 9. Currently, Near Mint copies are $175 to $190 or more.

#8 Elemental Hero Air Neos Ultimate Rare

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Elemental Hero Air Neos (UTR) is famous for having never been reprinted after it debuted in Strike of Neos. The current Market Price for the Ultimate Rare version is about $185, and copies seem to be starting at around $200. 1st Edition copies are $500 to $600 easy.

#7 Elemental Hero Bladedge Ultimate Rare

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Just eking out Elemental Hero Air Neos (UTR) by a couple of bucks, Elemental Hero Bladedge (UTR) has a market price of nearly $200. This card wasn't prized like the E-Hero Fusion Cards, and in a weird twist, it can actually be tougher to find an Unlimited copy than a 1st Edition at times. Whether this deserves to rank higher than Elemental Hero Air Neos (UTR) is a bit of a tossup, since the 1st Edition Bladedge is much cheaper than the Elemental Hero Air Neos (UTR) , but the two are going to be pretty close if you just want to add a new Ultimate to your collection and don't care about edition.

#6 Elemental Hero Dark Neos Ultimate Rare

Elemental Hero Dark Neos (UTR)

Unlike Elemental Hero Air Neos (UTR) , Elemental Hero Dark Neos (UTR) has been reprinted, multiple times in fact. But while Elemental Hero Air Neos (UTR) is from Strike of Neos, Elemental Hero Dark Neos (UTR) is from Power of the Duelist half a year earlier.

While both of these cards are pretty even in terms of fandom and play potential, that extra time seems to have added some more value to Elemental Hero Dark Neos (UTR): Market Price for the unlimited version is $275, with the most recent sale of a 1st Edition going for $550 as of this writing.

#5 Elemental Hero Phoenix Enforcer Ultimate Rare

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Now we're getting to the big stuff. You can scoop an Elemental Hero Phoenix Enforcer (UTR) for a Market Price of about $300 if you want an unlimited copy, but the 1st Editions can be pretty all over the place due to lack of supply. There aren't many of these available in even decent played condition. That makes it a bit of a tough card to pin down, but we're going to put it right here going off the established Market Price.

Elemental Hero Phoenix Enforcer (UTR) was a big deal when it dropped in Enemy of Justice, a signature Fusion of two of Jaden's most iconic E-Heroes, Elemental HERO Avian and Elemental HERO Burstinatrix . And since it arrived in Enemy of Justice, it's even older than Elemental Hero Air Neos (UTR) and Elemental Hero Dark Neos (UTR), making it even more scarce.

#4 Mattel Promo Elemental Hero Bubbleman

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This wasn't the only E-Hero in the Mattel Figure Series, but we'll save the rest for honorable mentions a bit later on.

#3 Elemental Hero Shining Phoenix Enforcer Ultimate Rare

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Now we're really getting to the grail-status cards. Elemental Hero Shining Phoenix Enforcer (UTR) was a huge fan card when it dropped in Enemy of Justice. This thing was even more popular than Elemental Hero Phoenix Enforcer (UTR) , and it looked arguably even better in Ultimate Rare.

Flash forward to now, and the Market Price is a cool 600 bucks. Recent Near Mint 1st Editions have sold for $700 to $800, and tracking one down can be a huge challenge.

#2 Elemental Hero Tempest Ultimate Rare

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BOOM! You want an Elemental Hero Tempest (UTR) , the fusion of Elemental HERO Sparkman , Elemental HERO Avian , and Elemental HERO Bubbleman ? Market Price pegs it at $700, but if you want a Near Mint copy right now, you're looking at a grand or more. And for a 1st Edition copy? The sky's the limit.

It's worth discussing that a lot of different factors make high-value E-Hero Fusions particularly scarce in the modern collecting scene. Sure, some of these sets saw low sales and lower than average print runs, but that's not unprecedented over the course of Yu-Gi-Oh history. And sure, these cards are old, so the supply of Near Mint copies dwindles with every year. But what's interesting is that the trade economy of 2005 to 2008 made these cards specifically tough to find in good condition.

When these cards were new, it was very common for tournament players to trade E-Hero cards to kids, getting tournament cards in return. A lot of these cards migrated from older players to younger fans, many of whom didn't really care about protecting their cards long term. That imbalance makes it tougher to find good condition copies of stuff like Elemental Hero Tempest (UTR) .

And for those kids who did keep their cards safe? Well, they've grown up, and for some of them? Their binders could be the down payment on a house.

#1 Elemental Hero Shining Flare Wingman Ultimate Rare

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Finally, apart from a few slightly controversial cards we'll talk about, this is the most sought-after Elemental Hero card today.

Elemental Hero Shining Flare Wingman (UTR) isn't just Jaden's coolest boss monster, and it isn't just an incredibly iconic Fusion either. It is, flat out, a mind-blowingly stunning card: it's an incredible Ultimate Rare, with gleaming silver accents on Elemental Hero Shining Flare Wingman (UTR) armor that practically glow under angled light. The radiant lines of the explosive background are embossed in tiny detailing, too, and the lighter color scheme really plays well in Ultimate Rare foil. When you hold one of these things in your hand, you can see why it's such a big deal.

Ultimate Rare Elemental Hero Shining Flare Wingman commands a $900 Market Price for an unlimited print in good condition, or $1000+ for a Near Mint 1st Edition. But keep in mind, you'd have to find one first, which again, can be a huge challenge. Lots of these have been graded and tucked away, and when deals are done, they're often done between collectors in private groups, so there aren't that many on the open market.

If you can find one though? This card is gorgeous.

What Else Ya' Got?

If you're a big E-Hero fan yourself, you might've read that Top 10 and gone, "Okay, but, you missed a few." And that's fair: let's bat cleanup on some E-Hero cards that are a little more on the fringe, but in some cases, ridiculously valuable.

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Between Gladiator's Assault and Tactical Evolution we wound up with not one, but two misprint versions of the Elemental HERO Chaos Neos Ghost Rare. The first, from GLAS, is the Elemental HERO Chaos Neos (Misprint). The TAEV misprint is a bit weirder, Rainbow Dragon (Chaos Neos Misprint) featuring Chaos Neos instead of Rainbow Dragon .

PSA populations on these cards are really low, so there are very few graded copies out there. To complicate the chase, some collectors own multiple copies, so the number of potential sellers is nowhere near equal to the number of copies in existence. The value of these cards can really vary, depending on condition and grade, and who you're even talking to, so they're tough to price. They effectively cost what somebody wants to sell theirs for.

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These are some of the most popular, most collectible cards in the Yu-Gi-Oh TCG today, so while they're expensive now who knows how high they could go in the future. If you want to add one of these to your collection, get ready to put in some legwork and negotiate, because some of them are truly worthy of a heroic hunt!

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Yu-gi-oh: 10 stunning rare ghost cards.

With a unique holographic effect that elevates the artwork, any avid Yu-Gi-Oh! collector would love to have these rare ghost cards.

In the world of fandoms, it is ideal to obtain a collectible item that is considered rare due to its look or limited availability. For the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game, some of the most sought-after items are the Ghost Rare cards.

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With shiny silver lettering, paler colors, and a holographic effect that depicts the images popping out of the frame, these rarities show the monsters of the game in an almost ethereal light. With only 40 types of creatures printed in the Ghost Rare edition, many of these cards have the artwork and the dueling abilities that would make them the highlight of any Yu-Gi-Oh! fans collection.

Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon

This Monster card is equipped with Special Summons and can be played by sacrificing two other Monsters with a high number of attack points. If it battles another Monster, it can banish both itself and its opponent then come back once its player finishes their turn.

The Ghost Rare version of Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon looks absolutely cosmic, with the standard red edges on its wings and tail changing to a subtle silver. The holographic effect makes the photon wings seem much more expansive.

Elemental Hero Chaos Neos

This is a Warrior card that can join a duel when a player shuffles their cards and flips a coin to determine what damage the card inflicts. If luck is on their side, they can eliminate all of an opponent's Monsters.

Despite a Yu-Gi-Oh card design mistake that involves a mix-up with Rainbow Dragon, the original art for Elemental Hero Chaos Neos is incredibly intimidating with its bat-like wings and claws reaching out for its prey. Add the monochromatic scheme of its Ghost Rare form, and players have a card that looks truly demonic.

Ancient Fairy Dragon

While this Yu-Gi-Oh! card may be underrated because it is not effective in battle, it is useful for a duelist to build up their active arsenal. It can summon any monster with a level up to 4 without sacrificing any other cards.

The design for Ancient Fairy Dragon is exquisite. With wings like a butterfly, it shines with its flowing mane and electric blue scales. The Ghost Rare edition completely reverses this bright appearance, giving the creature a glow-in-the-dark effect that makes it much more spooky.

Rainbow Neos

In gameplay, Rainbow Neos can only be used when it is Fusion Summoned with two other cards. Once in action, it forces an opponent to shuffle the cards they control into their deck. This monster's illustration looks almost regal with its angelic wings and imposing armor.

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At first, the Ghost Rare version of Rainbow Neos looks simple by substituting its golden details for a single blue-gray. However, when tilted in the light, the holographic printing reveals an entire prism of colors that live up to the Light Warrior's name.

Black Rose Dragon

While this Dragon card looks as if it should be Earth-related due to its floral aspects, it actually has Fire attributes. It can be activated with a Synchro Summon and will destroy all the cards on the field as a result.

True to its name, the look of Black Rose Dragon consists of a black body with a thorny tail and magenta rose petals for wings. In its Ghost Rare form, the magenta fades to an icy white like a rose caught out in the first frost of winter.

Bujinki Ameratsu

This female Beast-Warrior is an Xyz-type card, meaning it is stored in the Extra Deck. Once it is summoned, it can bring a player's banished cards back to their hand.

The artwork for Bujinki Ameratsu is breathtaking with a flowing lavender skirt beneath its angled armor, a sharp jet-black crown on top of its violet hair, and a powerful sword highlighted by rays of light. With the holographic element added in the Ghost Rare print, a multicolored effect adds to the aura of the mystical figure.

There are players who argue that this Fairy-type card has moves so powerful that it should have been  banned in Yu-Gi-Oh . Honest can jump from the playing field back into a duelist's hand for later use, or sacrifice itself to give more attack points to another Light card.

Designed in the image of an angel, the original artwork for Honest is full of warm colors, from the tricolor tips of its wings to its long golden locks. The Ghost Rare version loses this warmth and resembles more of a stone statue, yet still maintains its awe-inspiring beauty.

Rainbow Dragon

In order to use this Dragon card, a player must use a Special Summons involving 7 different Crystal Beast cards. Once on the field, Rainbow Dragon gains a massive amount of attack points. This Monster's illustration is astonishingly elaborate.

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It spreads out its large celestial wings while its silver scales are adorned with jewels from every color of the rainbow. The Ghost Rare variation seems to hide this grandeur behind a look of granite, but the holographic effect soon reveals its true kaleidoscopic nature.

Stardust Dragon

One of the most valuable cards in the Yu-Gi-Oh! game , this Monster card can sacrifice itself in order to save another card from being destroyed. The player can then use a Special Summons to bring it back from the Graveyard.

The design of Stardust Dragon is a sight to behold, with immense tattered wings and baby blue scales decorated with indigo gems. In the Ghost Rare edition, its body pales to a full bright white throughout with an aqua blue glow that demonstrates its zephyr-based essence.

Majestic Star Dragon

As a Synchro card, Majestic Star Dragon is very helpful for strategic dueling. When an opponent activates an effect, this card can be sacrificed to take out all of the cards that the opponent controls.

The image of Majestic Star Dragon is utterly stupendous. With diamond-like skin and space-age-style wings, it is as if the creature truly came from the stars. As for the Ghost Rare form, it takes the bright shine of the original design and melts into a galactic blue that is reminiscent of a faraway nebula.

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Elemental Hero Chaos Neos - GLAS-EN036 - Ghost Rare Unlimited

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