“The Sailor Moon Collectible Card Game was a card game published by Dart Flipcards Inc. in North America. The base card set was released in 2000 and contained 160 cards. An expansion set, Sailor Moon: Past and Future, was released in 2001 and contained 70 additional cards. Its chief designer was Mark C. MacKinnon, who employed concepts from his Sailor Moon Role-Playing Game and Resource Book. The design team also consisted of Jeff Mackintosh, Karen McLarney, and John R. Phythyon, Jr.
The game was based on the first two seasons of the English dub of the anime. The pictures of the cards were screenshots from the anime, while card names and quotes were taken from the dub. However, the characters were given Japanese surnames, and card names like “Tokyo Tower” made it clear that the story was set in Japan.
The cards were distributed in four rarities: common, uncommon, rare, and ultra-rare. All ultra-rare cards were printed as foils. Cards could be bought either in starter decks, character decks, or booster packs. Decks contained 60 cards. Booster packs contained 11 cards: 1 rare, 3 uncommons, and 7 commons, with a random chance that one of the cards would be replaced by an ultra-rare card.”
The Premiere Deck was the first issue of the Sailor Moon CCG. Cards number 1-60 are the commons, 61-120 uncommons, and 121-150 rares. 151-160 are special “ultra rare” foil cards.
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I grew up watching Salior Moon as a small kid and wish y’all make the Salior Moon trading card game so girls can play this game that never got to growing up as a small child in the past and put them in Walmart, Hot Topic, Spencer’s, or even at card stores again.
Loved this game growing up. Wish it got as big as pokemon or yugioh. I knew going in that it wouldn’t, but I loved Sailor Moon so much that I had to buy every pack and character deck that I could find. Bought 2 boxes of the expansion when it was discontinued. Please bring it back, even as an app or something.