Each English booster packs contains 10 cards.
- DM-01 to DM-09 also includes a collectable puzzle card.
Each Japanese booster pack contains 5 cards.
- Since DMR-14 Wild Dragon Gaiglen, it always contains an additional advertisement card or Due-Yen token. Due-Yen tokens can be exchanged for supplies such as card sleeves.
- After DMR-23 Dogiragolden VS Dormageddon X, this is no longer featured.
A single regular OCG booster pack costs 170 yen to 230 yen while special booster packs such as DMX-11 Great Decisive Battle: Allstar 12 and DMX-05 Full Foil Pack: Revival Hero - The Alien can sell to 320 yen to 640 yen each depending on shop.
In sets before DM-10 Eternal Arms, OCG booster packs have their rare foil cards in the bottom of the pack, namely the 5th card. However, in order to prevent searching for rares, in DM-11 and further a rare foil card is put in the middle (3rd card) instead. In later sets that have alternate foil cards such as Heroes Cards, if there are no alternate foil cards the rare foil card continues to be put as the 3rd card. However, when there is an alternate foil card and a rare foil card in the same pack, The rare foil card is in the second card while the alternate foil card is in the 3rd card. In Revolution, since there are 6 cards (With 1 being a bonus card) in a pack, the rare card is now in the 4th card.
There are also special booster packs that consist of a fixed series of cards, namely early "Power-up Packs", which are consisted of only fixed content in order to reinforce upon a theme deck, (With the only exceptions being DMC-20 Shobu's Holy Dragon Power-Up Pack and DMC-21 Zakira's Dragon Commander Power-Up Pack, which is structured like regular booster packs) As well as recent "Strategy packs" such as DMX-16 The Great Royal Strategies: Fantasista 12, which are used to introduce upon strategies to players, usually the strategies of anime characters. They are also infamous for their low rate of packaging packs containing Victory Rares. DMX-18 Triple Shifter! Dragsolution Allstars follows the same way but has only 10 variants instead of 12.
It is not recommended to purchase single booster packs as the chance of obtaining a rare card is very slim. Also, the booster packs may have been searched for rares especially when purchasing online. It is always recommended to purchase a box of booster packs or buying a single card if the player wishes to obtain rares and if he has the money to do so.
Some cards, all in Black Box Pack variants, reference opening and using cards from specific booster packs during gameplay;
Tips on making the most with booster packs
- Buy as many packs as you can afford. Make sure that all of the packs are from the same set for maximum amounts of rares. 10 is a pretty good amount in case if packs are not searched open for rares but it is advised that you buy as many as possible.
- Do not buy only a few packs from each set, (Like 5 packs from 3 different sets) as you are actually decreasing the chance that you will get a rare card. 15 packs from the same set are way better than 5 packs from 3 sets.
- Do not buy one pack per set. This only makes the chance of finding a rare card worse.
- Do not search packs for rares. Not only it is highly irresponsible, shopkeepers will often get angry if this happens and chances are the search will usually end up with an alternate foil instead of an actual rare card.
- If you can afford it try buying a box of booster packs or simply buy the card you want from the secondary market.
- Save for DMR-18, DMR-20 and DMR-22, Booster packs always feature a Kirifuda Family protagonist in the artwork.
Awaken ● Battle ● Block ● Break ● Cast ● Charge ● Cross
Destroy ● Discard ● Dragsolution ● Expand ● Forbidden Liberate
Fortify ● Gachinko Judge ● Generate ● Gacharange Summon ● Link ● Reveal ● Seal
Search ● Shuffle ● Summon ● Switch ● Tap ● Trigger ● Upside Down ● Use
Ability ● Artist ● Card Illustration ● Card Name ● Card Number
Card Rarity ● Card Type ● Cost ● Civilization ● Mana Cost ● Mana Number
Power ● Race ● Soul ● Subtype ● Summon Cost ● Supertype
D2 Field ● DG Field ● DM Field
Dragheart Creature ● Dragheart Fortress ● Dragheart Weapon
Evolution Creature ● Evolution Cross Gear
Evolution Dragheart Creature ● Evolution Exile Creature ● Evolution Psychic Creature
Exile Creature ● Final Forbidden Creature ● Final Forbidden Field ● Forbidden Core ● Forbidden Creature
Forbidden Field ● Forbidden Impulse ● Gacharange Creature ● Happiness Field ● Moonless Night Field
Mono Artifact ● Neo Creature ● Neo Evolution Creature ● Neo Gacharange Creature ● Orega Aura
Psychic Creature ● Psychic Field ● Psychic Super Creature
T2 Field ● Ceremony of Zeron ● Zeron Creature ● Zeron Nebula
Super Deck Zero Duel ● Start Deck Champion Finals
Adds Civilization ● Adds Race ● Alternate Win ● Alternative Cost
Attack Bend ● Basic Card ● Cantrip ● Card Discard ● Chump Block
Cost Reduction ● Deck Manipulation ● Degenerate ● Diamond State
Draw Engine ● Draw Lock ● Draw Source ● Draw Spell
Extra Turn ● Finisher ● Graveyard Fertilizer ● Graveyard Summon
Hand Addition ● Hand Change ● Increase Power
Infinite ● Infinite Attacker ● Infinite Blocker
Mana Acceleration ● Mana Burn ● Mana Curve ● Mana Summon
Opponent Reliance ● Peeping ● Prevents Attack ● Prevents Defeat
Reset ● Resistance ● Reverse Fury Charge ● Reverse Slayer ● Shield Addition
Shield Burn ● Shield Change ● Shield Peek
Suicide ● Skip the rest of the turn ● Trample
Unattackable ● Unblockable ● Unchoosable
Vigilance ● Win All Battles ● 3D Dragsolution
Cards that can be put into the Battle Zone at the start of the game
Blocker Based Removal ● Bounce ● Can Attack Untapped Creatures
Card Based Removal ● Decrease Power ● Fixed Removal ● Force Battle ● Mass Removal
Power Based Removal ● Reset ● Sealing ● Self Removal ● Tap In ● Tap and Destroy
4 or more of this card in your deck ● Activation Cost ● Additional Cost ● Attacking Creature
Can't be destroyed ● Choose a race ● Color Accident ● Concept ● Consists of ● Counter
Dead Card ● Deck Building ● Deck Compression ● Designer's Combo ● Evolution Icon
Evolution Source ● Face Up ● Forced ● Gacha Figure ● Game
Game Table ● Hyperspatial Cost ● Key Card ● Limited Card ● Mode ● Name Rule
Optional ● Overkill ● Play ● Power Creep ● Quasi-Vanilla ● Real Cost ● Repair
Rock-Paper-Scissors ● Stop ● System Creature ● The Over Eggplant-cross
Touch ● Trivia card ● Twinpactification