Yeah, i'm not sure if you noticed, but i'm not very good at making boosters or sets for my cards, so i'd like to have your sincere point of view on this mess i did: how would you do that in my place? I saw you made a lot of such things and i think i can bother you to get some tips. I'll be glad if you can help me. You can edit anything there if you feel like
Usually a booster set includes 4-6 Ultra Rare cards, maybe 10 Super Rare cards, and the number of Rare cards is usually about around 40% of the number of Common cards. (i.e. Duelist Revolution's OCG version has 48 Common cards, which rounded up to the nearest tenth, which is 50, and rounding up the number of Rare cards to the nearst tenth is 20, using this math in tandem with the actual numbers, the actual amount of Rare cards to Common cards ratio is 37.5%) Unless your booster set has more than 1 cover card, it would contain only 1 "Ghost/Holographic Rare". Also, your set prefix should be more like "XXXX-XX0XX". The first "XXXX" being your booster set in a 4 letter prefix, the second being a 2-letter prefix that you base your cards' regional language on (i.e. EN for English, IT for Italian, JP for Japanese, etc.).
A bit better, but I recommend also sorting your cards in the following:
Generic Normal Monsters (if any)
Effect Monsters (Any members of particular archetypes must be sorted. If that archetype has Normal Monster members, they are sorted as the first cards of the archetype, even if it is behind an Effect Monster)
Generic Effect Monsters
Ritual Monsters (if any)
Extra Deck mechanics (if you have any monsters of any official mechanics, they take priority in numbers compared to your custom mechanics in order from earliest introduced in the game to latest, for example, first, Fusion Monsters, then Synchro Monsters, then Xyz Monsters, then Link Monsters)
Spells (Spells that support a particular archetype is sorted similarly to monsters, with generic Spells being last)
That sounds interesting, but Tekhnobot Gunslasher would be the cover card, so i must place him as the very first card. Also, the only Normal Monster would be Acid Skull Saurus (don't ask me why i made such weird thing). Anyway, i'm going to bed now and tomorrow i'll sort them and add some more cards, thanks for the feedback. If you feel like, can you sort them to me, please??? I would not mind
Actually, the cover card usually is among the rest of its type of card, but it's prioritized first. For example, the cover card for Code of the Duelist is Firewall Dragon, so Firewall Dragon is the first Link Monster in the list, which if I remember, is COTD-JP042.
Well, for one, I had an idea for a "Chaos" archetype (which ended up being the «ＣＨＡＯＳ» archetype, because I didn't want them to be able to support other canon "Chaos" things) and the first name that came to mind was "Chaos-Eyes" (because I'm a pleb and can't be original), then I remembered about the days of old YCM wikia and the days of looking through pages of "Graviton" and "Chaos-Eyes" cards. TL;DR, nostalgia.
Secondly, I thought Yuka & Zero Tsukimori were genuinely interesting (both from a character standpoint & an aesthetic one) and felt it strange they were just gone from the wikia. Plus, I have an unhealthy obsession with the number "0" if you can'talready tell.
That, and watching the KHIII trailer reminded me Luna Tsukimori, which reminded me of Yuka & Zero, which piqued my interest, which resulted in this excessive response.
I didn't want to mess things up, since the method for Impure Summoning is not yet known to me; heck, I'll let you make the Rainbow-Eyes Impure monster as well :) --AvzinElkein (talk) 16:17, January 16, 2016 (UTC)