Bakugan Card Types in the Bakugan Booster Packs

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You will find several types of cards contained in the Bakugan Booster Pack, although the cards are varied and you will not always get one of each kind. I hope to shed some light on the different types of cards that you will run into while collecting or playing the Bakugan Trading Card Game.

Lets begin with the most common card that you will find in the Bakugan Booster Pack :

Normal Cards (silver) are the most common and basic of all of the Gateway cards are an absolute must have for Battling. The normal cards contain six G-Power sector bubbles along the edge. Each one has a specific plus or in some cases a minus depending on the Planet your Bakugan Warrior is from (Color your Bakugan is). Each card also has a HSP score allocated at the bottom of the card that helps to decide the overall winner of the game.

Character Cards (Gold) have one specific Bakugan Warriors name on it. There are the same number of Character Cards as there are Bakugans. Similar to a Normal Card, a Character Card consists of six G-Power Sector Bubbles with the familiar plus or minus scores and an HSP score at the bottom. The difference is that a Character Card will have that Bakugan's picture and name on it which will double its G-Power when the same type Bakugan lands on it. Standing a Bakugan on its character card dramatically increases the chances of winning that Battle.

Command Cards (Copper) add a surprise element to a Battle Sequence. They also like the other cards contain the standard six G-power Sector Bubbles and the HSP score on the bottom, but that is where the similarities end. The Command Card will have a direct order that both Bakugan players must follow. The command will systematically change the outcome of a Battle and could very well decide the fate of the final winner.

The Special Ability Card is the most valuable card found in a Bakugan Booster Pack, and whatever player is holding this card will have a huge advantage in battle. As a matter of fact the Special Ability Card is so powerful that only a single one can be brought into Battle. Different from the other three Gateway cards, a Special Ability Card does not have any G-Power Sector Bubbles. But it does have an HSP score and a unique instruction that all Players must obey. A Special Ability Card is quite forceful and when used with strategy can have a devastating affect on your opponents.

The Bakugan Booster Pack is the hottest Trading Card Game on the market, and is set to de-throne Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh.

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