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Ten Kings
Japanflag 十王篇じゅうおうへん
(Jū Ō Hen)
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Ten Kings is the 18th block of card sets in the Duel Masters trading card game.

List of Sets

It is composed of sets released after March 14, 2020.





It also features promotional cards from Year 19 as well as SpDeck7 and SpDeck8.




It is a block that is focused on 10 races, each a multicolored pair of 2-civilizations, each with an associated ability and is used by a character in the Duel Masters King anime series.

Civilizations: Race: Emblem: Ability: Character:
FireNature Team Kirifuda Team Kirifuda Kirifudash Joe Kirifuda
LightFire Team Bomber Team Bomber Magibomber Bolts
WaterNature Team Wave Team Wave Buzzrender Cap
LightWater Team Galaxy Team Galaxy Galaxyshield Kira
DarknessNature Fushigi Kingdom Fushigi Kingdom Fushigiverse Daichourousama
DarknessFire Onifuda Kingdom Onifuda Kingdom Onitime Abaku Onifuda
WaterFire Bikkuri Kingdom Bikkuri Kingdom
LightDarkness Gekko Kingdom Gekko Kingdom
LightNature Boken Kingdom Boken Kingdom
WaterDarkness Team Zero Mugen Crime

The first 6 of these races were featured in DMRP-13 Kirifuda x Onifuda King Wars!!!.

The names of the Water and Darkness race, as well as the abilities and characters of the anime that use these latter 4 races, weren't revealed at the same time and will be featured in later booster packs.

Dragons that are not Master Dragon or Dragon Guild return and with old Dragon races, such as Zombie Dragon and Armored Dragon.


DMRP-13 Stage

Competitive Decks

Important Cards

New cards:

Old cards:


DMRP series

DMSD series

DMBD series

DMEX series


  • The block is named after the 10 races (5 Teams and 5 Kingdoms) featured throughout the block. Each of these races is a multicolored combination of 2 civilizations.
  • The concept of this block (a multicolored block consisted of 10 dual-color factions with their own unique mechanics), resembles the Ravnica block from Magic: The Gathering.
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