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As the arcade releases evolved, SEGA launched many types of special edition arcade cards. Especially in the Japanese version, SEGA released many editions such as Egg Cards, Fossil Cards, and so on. Some of these cards were released in the Japanese McDonald's Happy Set Meal Edition and CoroCoro Comic of Shogakukan. There were also some special cards released in official editions. Taiwanese also released Attribute Egg Cards, and could be acquired through the exchange of an amount of ordinary cards.

Due to the Japanese official website's shutdown, sources are based on Japanese forums, blogs, tournament videos, and other archived images.

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Triple Slash CardsEdit

Unlike ordinary rectangular cards, these are triangular cards like Velociraptor's Multiple Move anime card, and one was likely the basis of the other. Each set included two cards, a regular Dinosaur Card and a triangular card (the Triple Slash) with the three Attack Super Moves of the dinosaur's Element, one barcode on each side.

Triple Slash Cards were released by Japanese SEGA during the launch of the 2007 1st Edition cards. As triple cards were released in 2007, they can be used in English and Taiwanese arcade gameplay.

There are seven Triple Slash Cards. Saurophaganax was also released with a Triple Slash Card during the launch of the DS game, though it was not placed together with its Triple Slash Card.

Triple Slash Cards sets
Dinosaurs Attribute Type Rock Move Scissors Move Paper Move
Giganotosaurus Fire Counter Fire Cannon Fire Bomb Blazing Spin Attack
Maiasaura Grass Crisis Egg Attack Big Foot Assault Metal Wing
Triceratops Lightning Counter Lightning Strike Thunder Bazooka Lightning Spear
Suchomimus Water Crisis Water Sword Tragedy of the Sphere Aqua Whip
Ankylosaurus Earth Crisis Spike Arrows Mole Attack Earthquake
Allosaurus Wind Blitz Biting Wind Ninja Attack Tornado Toss
Saurophaganax Fire Super Attack Fire Cannon Fire Bomb Blazing Spin Attack

Egg CardsEdit

There were four types of Egg cards in Japanese version: Alpha Dinosaurs Egg, Attribute Eggs, Continent Eggs, and Dinosaur Color Eggs. The Taiwanese version also had the Attribute Egg cards available, and could be acquired through exchange with an amount of ordinary cards. Although the English version did not release Attribute Egg cards, the Attribute Egg cards can be used in the English arcade.

When SEGA released the Japanese 2007 3rd Edition cards, they held the "Let's Get 7 Eggs" campaign. These seven egg cards are Alpha Dinosaurs Egg and other six Attribute Egg cards: Lightning, Fire, Wind, Earth, Water, and Grass.

The Egg cards included more than one dinosaur. The card's code number starts with "EGG".

List of Egg Cards
Code Number Card Name Card Type Dinosaurs Included Availability
EGG-001 Fire Egg

(1st Edition)

Attribute Egg Japanese: Appendix of separate 2007 CoroCoro Comics
EGG-002 Fire Egg (2nd Edition) Attribute Egg Japanese: Appendix of November 2007 CoroCoro Comics
EGG-003 Alpha Dinosaurs Egg Alpha Dinosaurs Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's November 2007 Kindergarten magazine,
EGG-004 Lightning Egg Attribute Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's November 2007 Televi-Kun magazine

Taiwanese: By exhange with 30 ordinary cards

EGG-005 Fire Egg

(3rd Edition)

Attribute Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's November 2007 1st Grade Primary School magazine

Taiwanese: By exchange with 30 ordinary cards

EGG-006 Wind Egg Attribute Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's November 2007 2nd Grade Primary School magazine

Taiwanese: By exchange with 30 ordinary cards

EGG-007 Earth Egg Attribute Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's November 2007 3rd Grade Primary School magazine

Taiwanese: By exchange with 30 of ordinary cards

EGG-008 Water Egg Attribute Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's November 2007 4th Grade Primary School magazine

Taiwanese: By exchange with 30 ordinary cards

EGG-009 Grass Egg Attribute Egg Japanese: SEGA drawing prize

Taiwanese: By exchange with 30 ordinary cards

EGG-010 Secret Egg

(1st Edition)

Attribute Egg Japanese: Hidden card of 2007 4th Edition+
EGG-011 North American Egg Continent Egg Japanese: Dinosaur King's 2008 Summer Complete Compensation Book
EGG-012 North American Egg II Continent Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's February 2009 Kindergarten magazine
EGG-013 South American Egg Continent Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's February 2009 1st Grade Primary School magazine
EGG-014 African Egg Continent Egg Japanese: Appendix of Shogakukan's February 2009 2nd Grade Primary School magazine
EGG-015 European Egg Continent Egg Japanese: Prize of Dinosaur King competition participation
EGG-016 Asian Egg Continent Egg Japanese: Kakushin 1st Edition
EGG-017 Red Dinosaurs Egg Dinosaur Color Egg Japanese: Kakushin 3rd Edition
EGG-018 Blue Dinosaurs Egg Dinosaur Color Eggs Japanese: Kakushin 3rd Edition
EGG-019 Green Dinosaurs Egg Dinosaur Color Egg Japanese: Kakushin 3rd Edition
EGG-020 Secret Egg

(2nd Edition)

Attribute Egg Japanese: Kakushin 4th Edition
EGG-021 Secret Egg II Attribute Egg Japanese: Kakushin 4th Edition

Fossil CardsEdit

All three language versions had released Fossil Cards. There are 23 fossil cards in total, and 8 of them were available in the English and Taiwanese versions. To get the image of dinosaur skeletons, SEGA cooperated with the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum and Gunma Prefectural Museum of History. The cards' code numbers start with "KS"; for example: KS001 - Tarbosaurus. The battle Types of Fossil Dino cards are all Revival Type.

List of Fossil Cards
Code Number Card Name Card Type Attribute Skeleton Image from Availability
KS001 Tarbosaurus Dino Card Fire Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: 2007 3rd Edition

English & Taiwanese: S2 3rd Edition

KS002 Monolophosaurus Dino Card Wind Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: 2007 3rd Edition

English & Taiwanese: S2 3rd Edition

KS003 Dilophosaurus Dino Card Wind Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: 2007 3rd Edition

English & Taiwanese: S2 3rd Edition

KS004 Euoplocephalus Dino Card Earth Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: 2007 3rd Edition

English & Taiwanese: S2 3rd Edition

KS005 Acrocanthosaurus Dino Card Fire Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: 2007 4th Edition, 2007 4th Edition+

English & Taiwanese: S2 4th Edition

KS006 Saurolophus Dino Card Grass Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: 2007 4th Edition, 2007 4th Edition+

English & Taiwanese: S2 4th Edition

KS007 Sinraptor Dino Card Wind Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: 2007 4th Edition, 2007 4th Edition+

English & Taiwanese: S2 4th Edition

KS008 Tyrannosaurus Dino Card Fire Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: 2007 4th Edition+

English & Taiwanese: S2 4th Edition

KS009 Fukuiraptor Dino Card Fire Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Non-sale, promo card
KS010 Chasmosaurus Dino Card Lightning Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Gekizan 1st Edition
KS011 Iguanodon Dino Card Grass Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Gekizan 1st Edition
KS012 Allosaurus Dino Card Wind Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Gekizan 2nd Edition
KS013 Camptosaurus Dino Card Grass Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Gekizan 2nd Edition
KS014 Anhanguera Dive (Anhanguera) Move Card Normal Gunma Prefectural Museum of History Japanese: Gekizan 2nd Edition, Gekizan 2nd Edition+
KS015 Tupuxuara Dive (Tupuxuara) Move Card Normal Gunma Prefectural Museum of History Japanese: Gekizan 2nd Edition, Gekizan 2nd Edition+
KS016 Tapejara Dive (Tapejara) Move Card Normal Gunma Prefectural Museum of History Japanese: Gekizan 2nd Edition+
KS017 Tuojiangosaurus Dino Card Earth Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Gekizan 3rd Edition
KS018 Szechuanosaurus Dino Card Wind Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Gekizan 3rd Edition
KS019 Prosaurolophus Dino Card Grass Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Kakushin 1st Edition
KS020 Triceratops Dino Card Lightning Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Kakushin 2nd Edition
KS021 Egg Attack (Oviraptor) Super Move Card Grass Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Non-sale, promo card
KS022 Therizinosaurus Dino Card Secret Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Kakushin 6th Edition Hyper Battle Museum
KS023 Pachycephalosaurus Dino Card Secret Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Kakushin 6th Edition Hyper Battle Museum
KS024 Deinonychus Dino Card Secret Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum Japanese: Kakushin 6th Edition Hyper Battle Museum

Tyrannosaurus' Japanese Fossil Card used to be misprinted. According to Japanese SEGA news in 25 January 2008, the barcode of its card is the barcode of Tarbosaurus' Fossil Card.


Other non-sale cardsEdit

Dr. Dinosaur's Dinosaur CardEdit

DrDinoFossil

Front & back of Dr. Dino's Dinosaur Card

An exclusive promo card of the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum. It was a gift card from the museum's special exhibition on 25 September 2009. The card distribution was ended on 12 October 2009.

The card included six dinosaurs and their battle Types are all Revival Type.

Dinosaurs in Dr. Dinosaur's Dinosaur Card
Dinosaur Attribute Strength
Tarbosaurus Fire 1200
Tuojiangosaurus Earth 1800
Prosaurolophus Grass 1200
Chasmosaurus Lightning 1400
Fukuisaurus Grass 1600
Fukuiraptor Wind 1200

Hot Tyrants FamilyEdit

Tyrannosaurids Card 1

Hot Tyrants Family card

This non-sale card included the tyrannosaurids in Dinosaur King except for Siamotyrannus (though it was originally considered a tyrannosauroid).

As dinosaurs of this card are tyrannosaurids, this card's attribute is Fire.

Dinosaurs in Hot Tyrants Family
Dinosaurs Strength Technique
Tyrannosaurus 2000 300
Daspletosaurus 1800 500
Tarbosaurus 1200 900
Gorgosaurus 1000 1000
Alioramus 1000 1100
Albertosaurus 1200 1000

Dr. Taylor's Stegosaurs CardEdit

Stegosaurids Card 1

Dr. Taylor's Stegosaurs card

Stegosaursback

Back of Dr. Taylor's Stegosaurs card

A non-sale cards which was released during the launched of Japanese Gekizan Editions. The card included six stegosaurids in Dinosaur King except for Gigantspinosaurus.

As dinosaurs of this cards are stegosaurids, this card's attribute is Earth.

Dinosaurs in Dr. Taylor's Stegosaurs Card
Dinosaurs Strength Technique
Stegosaurus 1800 400
Tuojiangosaurus 1600 500
Kentrosaurus 1400 700
Wuerhosaurus 1000 1000
Dacentrurus 1200 1000
Lexovisaurus 1200 800

Warriors of ThunderEdit

ThunderGod

Warriors of Thunder card

It was prize of Japanese official national convention, "D-Kids Grand Prix 2" which was held on 8 August to 27 September 2009. The convention was held for secondary students and located at 300 designated store.

The attribute of all dinosaurs in this card is Lightning, so this card's attribute is Lightning.

Dinosaurs in Warriors of Thunder
Dinosaurs Strength Technique
Pachyrhinosaurus 1800 400
Pentaceratops 2000 400
Monoclonius 1200 1000
Arrhinoceratops 1600 700
Brachyceratops 1000 1100
Chasmosaurus 1400 700

Stalwarts of BronzeEdit

Bronze

Front & back of Stalwart of Bronze card)

This non-sale card included 1st Bronze Rare dinosaurs. This card also featured Japanese Kanji which show dinosaurs strength, 1600. The card also featured Chinese characters of each dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs in Stalwarts of Bronze
Dinosaurs Chinese Characters Attribute
Torvosaurus 蠻龍 Fire
Baryonyx 堅爪龍 Water
Ceratosaurus 角鼻龍 Wind
Torosaurus 牛角龍 Lightning
Shantungosaurus 山東龍 Grass
Edmontonia 愛德蒙頓龍 Earth

Alpha DinosaursEdit

Alpha Dinosaurs Card 1

Alpha Dinosaurs Card 1

This card included the six regular Alpha Dinosaurs, and was prize from Japanese official tournaments.

Each copy randomly contains an unrevealed one of the following: Alpha Gorgosaurus, Alpha Irritator, Alpha Einiosaurus, Alpha Wuerhosaurus, Alpha Ouranosaurus, and Alpha Dilophosaurus.

Alpha MovesEdit

Alpha Droid card

Alpha Moves Card

This card's Moves all feature Alpha Droids or other Alpha Gang technology. They are all Normal Moves.

Each copy randomly contains an unrevealed one of the following: Dino Stuffer, Banana Surprise, one or more Alpha Trooper variants, ACT Missile, Alpha Dice, and Softening Beam.

Reese's Assist MovesEdit

Reese - Move Card dinosaurs

Assist Moves Card

This card's Moves all feature effects that summon other dinosaurs. They are all Normal Moves.

Each copy randomly contains an unrevealed one of the following: Venom Fang, Triple Headbutt, Tapejara Dive, Move Block, Leaellyn Cure, and Tag Team.