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GI Joe: TFL
 
GI Joe: TFL
   
C:C (R1)
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C(Common):C(Common) (R1)
   
UC:UC (R2)
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UC(Uncommon):UC(Uncommon) (R2)
   
R:R (R3)
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R(Rare):R(Rare) (R3)
   
EP:SR (R4)
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EP(Epic):SR(Super Rare) (R4)
   
L:UR (R5)
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L(Legendary):UR(Ultra Rare) (R5)
   
M:(R6)
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M(Mythic):(R6)
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R5 is legendary while R6 is mythic

Latest revision as of 10:10, January 31, 2014

KUB4$K!E wrote:
Just what I was hoping they wouldn't do, if it is the case. If nothing else, Unicron should have been the first. But now that I have picked up a little on G.I. Joe Battleground, I wonder if it will be like the "legendary" bosses in that games events. In those, the "legendary" boss is "released" for scanning for an hour at a time, every few hours, and the boss is much like the "X" bosses from months ago, where they are so powerful that if you are asked to help, you can pass on a request for help as well. In Battlground though, only the top 50 winners get the "legendary" card.

GI Joe: TFL

C(Common):C(Common) (R1)

UC(Uncommon):UC(Uncommon) (R2)

R(Rare):R(Rare) (R3)

EP(Epic):SR(Super Rare) (R4)

L(Legendary):UR(Ultra Rare) (R5)

M(Mythic):(R6)

R5 is legendary while R6 is mythic

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