Little Frog’s Goddess Story TCG Series 2M09

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The 2M09 Goddess Story TCG cards I ordered have finally arrived. Now, let’s see if luck is on my side and I manage to get the Echidna (UR) card.

To start, this Goddess Story 2M09 box contains 30 packs, one free PR card, and two Naruto R cards as freebies. As I open each pack, I didn’t precisely count the number of cards, but I estimate there are around 100 pieces in total.

Just like in my Goddess Story TCG review, all the cards in this set feature holograms, and the higher the rarity, the more elaborate and expensive the holograms appear.

In terms of card quality, they aren’t particularly thick, but the designs are undeniably top-notch. However, it’s worth noting that there are quite a few duplicates in the R and SR categories.

I’ve also ordered a box of mixed assortment of previous Goddess Story TCG series which cost me around $1 and it will arrive in the next few days. However those does not contain higher rarity cards, the most is just SSR.

Let’s address the elephant in the room: unfortunately, I didn’t pull an Echidna (UR) from this set. Upon reflection, it seems plausible that this box might be a leftover one from a carton where the prize cards have already been claimed.

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Although I didn’t secure a UR, all hope is not lost. I did manage to obtain a PTR and SER, which are the second and third tiers in the card hierarchy.

If you’re considering a purchase, it’s advisable to check with the seller beforehand to confirm whether the UR card you’re aiming for has already been claimed.

The backside of the box provides a list of cards available in this set. Notably, there are six UR cards to claim, and these are the coveted big hits that everyone is aiming for.

Opening the packs provided a sense of healing, akin to doing a real-life waifu pull from Honkai Impact/Honkai Star Rail. It’s surprisingly addictive, and I find myself already planning to buy more sets. The quest for my Echidna continues!