The rarest Dragon Ball Super Trading Card Game cards

What are the hardest cards to find?

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Trading card games are full of iconic cards that every player is hoping to add to their collection, and many of them are incredibly difficult to find. For Dragon Ball Super Trading Card Game players, the type of card you want to find is the Secret Rare cards. These cards typically show up once in every four to six boxes, which means you have a low chance of obtaining one. Not only do these cards look amazing, but their overall strength in combat is also incredible, making them must-haves. Here are some of the rarest cards you can find in the game.

If you’re curious about how the rarities work in Dragon Ball Super’s Trading Card Game, we’ve listed out what they mean over here.

Ultimate Force SSB Vegito

One of the first secret rare cards in the Dragon Ball Super card game, Ultimate Force SSB Vegito, features Goku and Vegeta’s iconic fusion. The pair have to work together to take down Zamasu during the Future Trunks Saga from the animation show. It requires you to use Son Goku and Vegeta to make the fusion work. It has a triple attack that allows this card to attack multiples in turn and triple strike.

This card comes from booster packs from Series 2, Union Force.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Blue
  • Power: 40,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 10
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000

Miraculous Fighter SS3 Gogeta

For those who prefer a different fusion between Goku and Vegeta, there’s always Gogeta, most recently seen during the Dragon Ball Super movie where the pair had to face off against the legendary Saiyan, Broly. While Gogeta went Super Saiyan Blue, this card has Gogeta as an SS3. It requires a Son Goku and Vegeta card to use and comes with critical, ultimate, and deflect modifiers.

This card comes from booster packs from Series 5, Miraculous Revival.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Blue
  • Power: 40,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 8
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000

Broly, Ultimate Agent of Destruction

Broly, Ultimate Agent of Destruction, features the Legendary Super Saiyan in his prime, capable of handling Vegeta and Goku at the same time. It’s a powerful card with double strike, dual attack, and whenever one of your green battle cards with an energy cost of seven or more is removed, you can choose all cards other than this one to hand and place them in your Drop Area. You can then play this card, giving your opponent additional problems.

This card comes from booster packs from Series 6, Destroyer Kings.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Green
  • Power: 40,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 8
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000

Power of Potara – Vegito, Kefla and Zamasu

The Potara rings were first introduced in Dragon Ball Z’s Buu Saga, and with them, Goku and Vegeta were capable of becoming Vegito. This battle card highlights its use throughout Super and has triple strike, ultimate, energy-exhaust attached to it. It’s more of a late-game card that you want to use when your opponent has six or more energy.

This card comes from booster packs in Series 7, Assault of the Saiyans.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Blue/Yellow
  • Power: 40,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 8 (three blue, two yellow)
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000

SS4 Vegeta, Peak of Primitive Power

Super Saiyan Four is beloved by some fans, even if it did come from Dragon Ball GT, an infamous series after Dragon Ball Z’s Buu Saga. Fans detested it so much, the creators trashed it, but it’s been brought back in several ways, and fans still enjoy the look of this powerful Saiyan transformation. Here, we have Vegeta, and this card contains an ultimate, energy-exhaust and comes with a unique automatic choice. If it’s your turn, this card game double strike, critical, and triple attack for the rest of the turn. But if it’s your opponent’s turn, choose a card on their side, place it in their drop area, and add two cards from the top of your deck to your energy pool.

This card comes from booster packs in Series 8, Malicious Machinations.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Blue/Green
  • Power: 40,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 8 (three blue, two green)
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000

Son Goku and Vegeta, Apex of Power

When Goku and Vegeta put aside their differences, they can conquer the galaxy. They had to do that in the Tournament of Power, where both characters exceeded their previous limits to win the day, but just barely. This card comes with unique features, such as an ultimate, energy-exhausted, invoker, and victory strike, where if you deal damage with this card, you win the game.

This card comes from booster packs in Series 9, Universal Onsalught.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Red/Blue
  • Power: 45,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 8 (two red, three blue)
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000

Great Ape Masked Saiyan, Primal Carnage

The Great Ape is the original form of the Saiyan race. Traditionally, they would use this form to invade planets with a full moon and then sell them off. Since then, the Super Saiyan transformation became the stronger choice, and then during Dragon Ball GT, Goku and Vegeta had to conquer the golden ape form to become Super Saiyan 4. This card is that raw energy, without becoming the fourth transformation.

This card comes from booster packs from Unison Warrior Series, Rise of the Unison Warrior.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Green
  • Power: 40,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 8 (four green)
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000

SS4 Gogeta, Peerless Fusion

Much like Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Goku mastered this form, and it’s just as powerful as you’d imagine it to be. It has ultimate, triple strike, and a permanent move where you can’t play battle cards. This card can’t be removed from the battle area by skills, and it can’t receive a combo. You want to think about using this card and how you want to use it with your deck.

This card comes from the Unison Warrior Series, Rise of the Unison Warrior.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Black
  • Power: 45,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 10 (-)
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000

Vegito, Warrior from Another Dimension

For fans who enjoyed Vegito in the traditional franchise, they are from another dimension with a unique outfit. This card contains ultimate, double strike, and a permanent effect that it cannot attack if it has three or fewer markers on it.

This card comes from booster packs in the Unison Warrior Series, Vermilion Bloodline.

  • Type: Unison
  • Color: Black
  • Power: 25,000
  • Energy Color Cost: X (-)

SS4 Broly, the Great Destroyer

Broly only ever achieved legendary Super Saiyan status, but he went further beyond and reached the third transformation in some video games. This card takes it a step further and shows what would happen if become a Super Saiyan 4, and he’d be a true nightmare if Vegeta and Goku had to take him down. He has an ultimate, barrier, and double strike. This card has a permanent ability that all of your opponent’s leader, battle area, and combo area cards receive a -5,000 combo and combo power decrease.

This card comes from booster packs in the Unison Warrior Series, Vermilion Bloodline.

  • Type: Battle
  • Color: Red
  • Power: 40,000
  • Energy Color Cost: 8 (four red)
  • Combo Energy: 1
  • Combo Power: 10,000