Bushiroad plans to release three new Cardfight!!  Vanguard G products next March, starting with the first-ever “Start Deck”- Odyssey of the Interspatial Dragon, followed by the Transcension of Blade & Blossom Booster Set and Sneak Preview Kit, and ending with the Vampire Princess of the Nether Hour Trial Deck.

The Odyssey of the Interspatial Dragon Start Deck was designed specifically for players new to the game.  This pre-constructed deck is built around the time manipulation tricks of the Gear Chronicle clan.  Each deck includes 52 cards, with 1 card exclusive to this deck and 15 other card types and 2 holo cards; a Starter’s Guide; and a playmat.  The deck will be released on March 11.

Transcension of Blade & Blossom offers trump cards for Shion and Tokoha, and includes five new Secret Rare cards as well as cards designed to work well with the Vampire Princess of the Nether Hour Trial Deck.  This set also offers five Secret Rare cards and popular cards with new illustrations.  Each booster has 5 random cards from the 109-card set, which has 103 new cards (6 re-issued cards) with these rarities:  2 GR, 8 RRR, 12 RR, 22 R, and 60 C, plus 12 SP parallel cards and the 5 Secret Rares.

A Sneak Preview Kit for the new set will also be available.  Each kit comes with two rubber playmats, 48 boosters, and 9 promo cards.

The Booster Packs will release on March 25, a week after the Sneak Preview Kit, releasing March 18.

The Vampire Princess of the Nether Hour Trial Deck will also release on March 25.  This pre-constructed deck introduces the Granblue Clan, used by the character Am Chouno in the Cardfight!!  Vanguard G GIRS Crisis animated program, which features the new “Hollow” ability.  Each deck includes 52 cards, with 18 cards exclusive to this deck and 1 reprint card with a new illustration, 4 holo cards, a Granblue Clan card, a Starter’s Guide, and a playmat.  Some random decks will also include a hot stamp chase card.

The new releases will fall in the middle of Bushiroad’s “Spring Fest” promotion (see “Bushiroad ‘Spring Fest’ Tournaments Return”), and follows the February release of the Reckless Rampage set that premiered the new “Technical Booster” format (see “‘Cardfight!!  Vanguard G’ Introduces ‘Technical Booster’”).