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Old 11-19-2013, 04:04 AM   #1
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Default Primal origins=TCG death?

http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Primal_Origin

Primal Origin is a Booster Pack in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game (OCG). It is the eighth and final set in the OCG's 8th series, following Legacy of the Valiant.

Is it the end of something great?
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Old 11-19-2013, 04:09 AM   #2
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It's the last set in the 800 series.
We then move on to the 900 series of boosters.

You people need to learn to comprehend and not just babble idiocy the moment something sounds remotely ominous.
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It's the last set in the 800 series.
We then move on to the 900 series of boosters.

You people need to learn to comprehend and not just babble idiocy the moment something sounds remotely ominous.
lol sorry for that
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It's almost 2014 and people still don't really know how series works...
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OP, you fail logic forever.
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It's the last set in the 800 series.
We then move on to the 900 series of boosters.

You people need to learn to comprehend and not just babble idiocy the moment something sounds remotely ominous.
Ominous? So this game warping further into some bull**** far distinct from the game we all used to like just for the sake of money is a good thing?
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Ominous? So this game warping further into some bull**** far distinct from the game we all used to like just for the sake of money is a good thing?
You act like no other card game is doing this. You also act like no matter what good you buy whether it is produced nintendo, wizards of the coast or Konami, corporations actually care about the consumer.
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