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How to get a YuGiOh Master Duel secret pack and what they do

We'd like to tell you, but it's a secret

YuGiOh Master Duel secret packs are a solid way to get rare and powerful cards, and they’re easier to get than their name implies.

You’ll need to have a few hundred Gems on hand to get the most from them, but it’s worth the trouble. With a bit of luck, you’ll have a much higher chance of getting the cards you want than you do with normal packs.

What is a secret pack in YuGiOh Master Duel?

Secret packs in Master Duel are more rare than secret. There’s only one way to unlock them at launch, but secret packs offer a more focused selection of cards and a higher chance of obtaining desirable ones.

Every secret pack is built around a specific card, with eight headline cards of higher rarities. You can get a vague idea of the types of cards in each pack by the stats shown on the pack preview screen, though “vague” is key here. The selection still seems fairly random.

What’s slightly less random is the cards you’ll get. Each pack is guaranteed to get you four of the eight featured cards, and you can preview which eight it includes in the gallery under the main image. Pulls cost 100 Gems, and while you might end up with duplicates, you can always feed those to the crafting machine.

How to get secret packs in YuGiOh Master Duel

You have two ways to unlock a secret pack in Master Duel. One is by obtaining a Super Rare or Ultra Rare card. A key appears after you reveal an Ultra Rare or Super Rare card in any pack, including a secret pack itself, and the card overview page tells you which secret pack you’ve unlocked. You can go to it directly from there or find them under the “Secret Pack” tab of the Shop menu.

You can also unlock a secret pack by crafting a UR card, though it seems there may be some limitations on that. Effect, spell, and tuner cards don't appear to unlock secret packs, so spend your crafting points on archetypes instead.

Right now, the easiest way for non-PS Plus players to get several secret packs is spending Gems on the special bundles. These collections of 10 card packs usually have at least one SR card per pack. The downside is they only remain available for 24 hours after you unlock them, so make sure you’ve got a few hundred Gems available before opening one of them.

What is the best secret pack in YuGiOh Master Duel?

The best secret pack really depends on what you're looking for and what card unlocked the pack for you. Every secret pack draws from the same pool of over 6,000 cards, and the featured cards you get tend to complement the base card. For example, you could pull the Arcana Knight Joker or the Arcana Triumph Joker to unlock the pack, and the cards in it would still stay the same.

In short, the archetype itself seemingly matters very little. The point is just trying to build a stronger deck around the specific card, and any secret pack is designed to do exactly that.

YuGiOh Master Duel secret pack list

These are all the secret packs you can unlock and the archetypes they revolve around, which is handy as a sort of indirect guide on how to get a specific pack. If, for example, you want a vampire-themed pack, you can search for "lich" or "vampire" in the deck card list, and craft a UR lich.

Secret Pack Pack Archetypes
A Song of Zephyr and Petals Windwitch, Melodious
Abyssal Underworld Wight, Vendread, Zombie World
Advanced Warriors Majespecter, Dinomist, Amorphage, Dracoslayer
AI Omniscience Ignister
Altered Heraldry CXyz, Heraldic Beast
Artistic Angel The Weather, Solfachord
Astral Trinity of Gods Nordic
Awakening of the Ancients Guardians, Artifact
Beasts of the Inferno Volcanic, Hazy Flame
Beloved Dolls Madolche, Doll Monster
Blazing Fortitude Salamangreat
Blazing Warriors Battling Boxer, Heroic
Blooming in Adversity Aroma, Rikka
Bujin's Vault of Heaven Bujin
Captivating Curtain Call Performapal
Celestial Dragon and Bear Drytron, Ursarctic
Cell "A" Corruption Alien
Champions of Hope Utopia
Champions of Salvation Tellarknight, Constellar
Colossal Mech Number 9: Dyson Sphere, Gimmick Puppet
Combatants of Flame Laval
Cosmic Mechanical Entities Krawler, Mekk-Knight, Knightmare, World Legacy
Counterswing Mages Magician
Cross-Dimensional Contracts D/D
Crystal Septenary Crystal Beast
Curse of the Serpent Venom, Reptiliane
Cyber City Guardians Virtual World, Tindangle
Darkest Magics Dark Magician
Deceitful Wings of Darkness Darklord, Forbidden
Denizens of Sacred Tree Grove Naturia
Destiny's Sorceress Fortune Lady, Prediction Princess, Fortune Fairy
Devastation Regenerated Scrap
Digital Bugs in Cyberspace Digital Bugs
Draconic Resplendence Odd-Eyes
Dragon Luster Felgrand, Starry Knight
Dragon Spirit Yang Zing, Tenyi
Dragon Knight Gorge Dragunity
Dreadnought Advance Infinitrack, Train
Echo Chamber Nation Dogmatika, Tri-Brigade, Springans
Electrilyrical Batteryman
Electron Illusions Evil Twin, Altergeist
Elemental Exchanges Genex
Emblazoned Armor Vylon
Emerging Monstrosity Recon! Kaiju
Enchanted Threads of Shade Zefra, Shaddoll
Essence of Flora and Ocean Marincess, Trickstar
Exquisite Jet-Black Rose Rose
Fabled Gods Fabled
Fiendish Encounter Burning Abyss
Fiendish Playthings Fluffal
Fires of This World and The Next Mayakashi, Shiranui
Forest Friends Melffy, Mystical Beast of the Story
Forgotten City Dwellers Mermail
Futuristic Creatures T.G.
Galaxy War Kozmo
Gargantuan Gears Ancient Gear
Glacial Seal Ice Barrier
Glory on Wings Harpie
Gods of Abyss and Arcadia Hieratic
Great Shogun's Rule Six Samurai
Guardian of Kings Gravekeeper
Guardians of Fire Fire Fist
Guardians of the Sacred Sky The Agent, The Sanctuary in the Sky, Parshath
Guided by the Noble Knight Noble Knight, Infernoble Knight, Noble Arms
Hand of Fate Arcana Force, Flower Cardian
Immortal Royalty Eldlich, Vampire
Immovable Samurai Superheavy Samurai
Impending Assassination Meklord, Timelord
Indomitable Knights The Phantom Knights
Inevitability of Chaos Black Luster Soldier, Chaos
Insect Metamorphosis Inzektor
Interdimensional Interlopers Dream Mirror, Metaphys
Invaders from Outer Space Graydle, Worm
Invulnerable Iron Wings Raidraptor
Iron Core Synthetics Koa'ki Meiru
Justice Before Attribute Ally of Justice
Justice from Light Lightsworn
Knowledge of the Mythlords Mythic Beast, Endymion
Legends of Old Ancient Warriors, Fairy Tale
Life Finds a Way Myutant
Life Force Control System Infernoid, Qli
Magnificence of Angels Valkyrie
Mastery of the Grimoire Prophecy
Miraculous Advent Megalith, Herald, Impcantation
Mischievous Specters Ghostrick
Monster Overdrive Armed Dragon, LV
Moonlit Avian Dance Lunalight, Lyrilusc
Mother Nature's Snare Traptrix, Hole
Natural Selection Cubic
Nebula Cyclone Photon, Galaxy
Neo Space Comrades Neo-Spacian, Elemental HERO
Number Recall Number, Numeron
Onomatopair-Up Zubaba, Gagaga, Gogogo, Dododo
Pearlescent Cyber Dragons Cyber Dragon, Cyberdark
Pledge of Sword X-Saber, Poker Knights
Piercing Winds Simorgh, Mist Valley, Yosenju
Prank Panic! Prank-Kids, Ojama, Duston
Prehistoric Beast Advance Dinosaur, Jurrac
Primordial Rising Fossil, Paleozoic, Triamid
Pyroxene Relinquished Gem-Knight, Adamancipator
Rapid Aircraft Advancement Mecha Phantom Beast, Machina
Rites of the Mirrorworld Nekroz
Roaring Thunder Thunder Dragon, Watt
Roid Nexus Roid
Roused from Destruction Nephthys, Fire King, Unchained
Rulers of Darkness Dark World, Lair of Darkness, Virus
Rulers of the Deep Phantasm Spiral
Savage Crimson Dragon Resonator, Red Dragon Archfiend
Scientific Analysis Magnet Warrior, Bonding, Chemicritter
Scrap Iron Soldiers Junk, Warrior, Synchron
Secret Fighters SPYRAL, Super Quant
Seedling Soul Fey Sylvan, Sunavalon
Seekers of Witchcraft Magistus, Invoked, Witchcrafter
Shark's Pride Shark
Shifting Gears Geargia, Gadget, Symphonic Warrior
Shot Through Fiction Rokket
Shrouded Heroes Destiny HERO, Vision HERO
Singular Strike Overthrow Sky Striker, Mathmech
Soaring on Darkest Wings Blackwing
Soldiers from the Storm Code Talker, Cyberse, Cynet
Souls of Sublime Gods Cyber Angel, Shinobird, Dual Avatar
Space-Time Transcendents S-Force, Time Thief, PSY-Frame
Spiritual Mastery Charmer
Stardust Ties Synchron, Stardust
Star-Studded Futures Crusadia, Orcust, World Legacy
Supernatural Elements Monarch, Elementsaber
Sword of the Seventh One Star Seraph, Umbral Horror
Synchro Mode Change /Assault Mode
Terra Firma Transcendants Earthbound Immortal, Malefic
The Azure in the Ivory Blue-Eyes
The Cerise in the Ebony Red-Eyes
The Cost of Dark Powers Evil Eye, Archfiend
The Darkness Amuses Amazement, Abyss Actor
The First Heroes Elemental HERO
The Great Olds Egyptian God, Exodia
The Hidden Arts Ninja
The Infinite Void Infernity
Those who Stand Against Kings Metalfoes, Zoodiac
Three-Strike Success Gouki, Dinowrestler
Ties to Mother Nature Gusto, Ritual Beast
Timeworn Legacies Chronomaly
Toontastic Toon, Relinquished
Tournament Athletes U.A., F.A.
Traditions of Trickery Gizmek, Karakuri
Transfigured Heroes Evil HERO, Masked HERO, Xtra HERO
Transforming Tech Morphtronic
Valiant Gladiator Beasts Gladiator Beast
Vessels of Freedom Fur Hire, Plunder Patroll
Warp-Speed Toys Speedtroid
Warriors of Legend Gaia The Fierce Knight
Wind-Up Soldiers Wind-Up, Deskbot
World Cloaked in Magical Power Sacred Beast, Wicked God, Entity, Yubel
Worthy Adversaries Subterror, Generaider
Yearning Evil Body Iswarm

Whether you pull on these secret packs or not, you’ll still end up with plenty of new cards to modify your deck, which relieves some of the pressure from picking the best starter deck. If you plan on playing YuGiOh Master Duel on more than one platform, make sure to activate cross save so you can take your decks with you.

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