Invincible Raid Is a New Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel Selection Pack - Beetrooper and Dinomorphia Added to the Game

A brand new Selection Pack, Invincible Raid, has been added to the game, bringing with it the Beetrooper and Dinomorphia archetypes to the game.
Aside from the Beetroopers, the pack also has many cards that support insect monsters, none of which are new
Lastly, the "Dark Contract" cards make up most of their Spells and Traps
You can only get about a third of the cards the archetype has access to in-game from this pack.
The only boss monster included in this pack is Odin, with the other two being Thor and Loki
The pack is lacking quite many cards from the archetype.
The only new card in the pack is the Continuous Spell Ursarctic Radiation
The deck revolves around sending the monsters to the GY and Special Summoning from there.
All these cards are new to Master duel
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Mentioned Hearthstone Cards

card illustration by Vladimir Kafanov
Transform all minions into random ones with the same Cost.
"Please don't ride the carousel for thirty minutes after eating. After the carousel eats, I mean."
card illustration by Alex Horley Orlandelli
Give a friendly minion +2 Attack and Charge.
"Guys! Guys! Slow down!" - some kind of non-warrior minion
card illustration by Alex Horley Orlandelli
Give a friendly minion +2 Attack and Charge.
"Guys! Guys! Slow down!" - some kind of non-warrior minion
card illustration by Scott Altmann
Return an enemy minion to your opponent's hand.
Rogues love sappy movies.
card illustration by Luca Zontini
Transform your minions into random minions that cost (1) more.
So you say you want an evolution. Well, you know. We all want to change the board.
card illustration by Scott Altmann
Return an enemy minion to your opponent's hand.
Rogues love sappy movies.
card illustration by Patrik Bjorkstrom
Give +4/+4 to all minions in your hand, deck, and battlefield.
Sometimes the fittest is the one smart enough to not start a fight with seven 6/6 Treants.

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