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Digimon Card Game: Card Profile – BeelStarmon

BeelStarmon made her debut at the end of last year with the Double Diamond booster set. Being one of the SECs of the set, as well as a fan favourite within the franchise, the alternate art version of this card is currently one of the most valuable booster cards in the Digimon Card Game. 

About the Booster –

The Double Diamond booster, which was the fifth Digimon TCG set to be released, was released on May 28th for the Japanese game, and between October and November for the English version, following a staggered region release and delays brought on by the pandemic. While this card is one of the most sought after cards of this set, alongside the Sistermon cards, the rarest of the set is ‘Ghost’ Omnimon, which has the highest pull rates in the entire Digimon Card Game. 

Digimon Card Game BeelStarmon
Digimon Card Game BeelStarmon

Who is BeelStarmon? – 

BeelStarmon has become a fan favourite since the release of the Japanese video game Digimon Collectors in 2014, as well as the Digimon Crusader game that launched in 2016. Although we now have BeelStarmon cards in the Digimon Card Game, there was a card released in 2014 for the icon Digimon Hyper Colosseum game. BeelStarmon is considered the female version of Beelzemon, who was one of the SEC of the first set, the Special Booster 1.0. 

Digimon Card Game BeelStarmon

BeelStarmon is part of the Three Musketeer archetypes that came with the Double Diamond booster set. This is quite fitting, as in the franchise, BeelStarmon is friends with many other gun-wielding Digimon, except for its male counterpart Beelzemon, who is often at loggerheads with the Bayonetta inspired character. 

Value –

The standard copies of BeelStarmon have been selling for between $20 and $28 throughout January, with the copies on TCG Player selling at the lower end of that scale. Raw alternate art copies of this card have been selling for between $50 and $75 throughout January on eBay, while the average sale price on TCG Player has been around $65. On January 16th, a PSA 10 copy sold for $365 after 77 bids, with three more of the same grade selling for $248 and $285 on January 1st and 2nd. An SGC 10 grade BeelStarmon Alternate Art sold on January 22nd for $330. In the last couple of weeks, SGC has popped up quite a lot in the Digimon Card Game as it is becoming one of the trusted graders for the TCG. A notable sale that happened two weeks ago saw a Premier TO Greymon prize card sell for an eyewatering $4000. To learn more about this record sale, you can read our coverage here

It’s not unusual for Tournament exclusive cards to overshadow those pulled from booster packs when it comes to the TCG value hierarchy. The reason for this is simply because there are far fewer top prize cards in existence compared to the SEC Alternate Arts found in boosters. To learn more about the most valuable cards in the entire game, check out our article here

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Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media

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