Sacred Beasts gives players more ways to summon the three Sacred Beasts, and awards players for controlling more than one at a time. New cards will help make the summon requirements easier, including a new monster that can be tribute summoned to bring any of the Sacred Beasts from the players hand. Cards included will have the ability to double Raviel, Lord of Phantasm's attack; negate an opponent’s Spell and Trap effects with Hamon, Lord of Striking Thunder; and power up Uria, Lord of Searing Flames. Controlling two of more of the Sacred Beasts will allow players to activate a new Trap Card that negates their opponent’s monsters’ activated effects.
Each Structure Deck: Sacred Beasts contains 46 cards, including 5 Ultra Rares, 3 Super Rares, 38 Commons, and 2 tokens. The decks also include a double-sided deluxe game mat and dueling guide.
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Structure Deck: Sacred Beasts follows the June release of Toon Chaos (see “‘Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG’ Gets Animated With ‘Toon Chaos’”).