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Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths/Box Toppers

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Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths features a series of 18 promo box toppers.

Each booster box has a single-card Box Topper pack featuring a foil Godzilla Series Monster card. In Japanese boosters, there are 18 different Box topper cards in foil, three of which are only in Japanese. Due to an internal error, the three Japanese-language exclusive Godzilla Series Monster cards can only be found in Japanese Draft and Collector Boosters and as Japanese box toppers. They are not found in English or French Collector Boosters.[1]

No Kaiju Alternative card title Original card Notes Character Information
370 King Caesar King Caesar, Ancient Guardian Huntmaster Liger A guardian deity. Design taken from Godzilla: Final Wars.
371 Mothra Mothra, Supersonic Queen Luminous Broodmoth A giant moth that often assists the protagonist in Godzilla media.
Appearance taken from either Showa or Heisei incarnations of the character.
372 Godzilla Junior Babygodzilla, Ruin Reborn Pollywog Symbiote Appearance resembles Little Godzilla from the Heisei series of films.
Art taken from Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla.
373 SpaceGodzilla Spacegodzilla, Death Corona Void Beckoner Renamed Spacegodzilla, Void Invader on MTG Arena[2] A space clone of Godzilla.
Art taken from Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla.
374 Destoroyah Destoroyah, Perfect Lifeform Everquill Phoenix Hesei Godzilla's final opponent.
Art is taken from Destoroyah's Perfect Form at the end of Godzilla vs. Destoroyah.
375 Godzilla Godzilla, Doom Inevitable Yidaro, Wandering Monster Represents the final form of Godzilla in Shin Godzilla,
in which Godzilla mutates after each fight.
376 Anguirus Anguirus, Armored Killer Gemrazer Godzilla's first antagonist.
Art is a combination of Godzilla Raids Again and Godzilla: Final Wars.
377 Godzilla Godzilla, Primeval Champion Titanoth Rex Represents Hesei era Godzilla.
378 SpaceGodzilla Bio-Quartz Spacegodzilla Brokkos, Apex of Forever See notes on Spacegodzilla, Death Corona.
379 King Ghidorah Ghidorah, King of the Cosmos Illuna, Apex of Wishes Godzilla's most prominent antagonist.
Art is a combination of Showa and Hesei incarnations.
380 Biollante Biollante, Plant Beast Form Nethroi, Apex of Death Human and plant genes combined with Godzilla DNA created Biollante.
Art is taken from plant form in Godzilla vs. Biollante.
381 King Caesar King Caesar, Awoken Titan Snapdax, Apex of the Hunt See notes for Huntmaster Liger.
382 Dorat Dorat, the Perfect Pet Sprite Dragon Genetically engineered pets from the 23rd century that would later mutate into King Ghidorah.
Design seemingly taken from concept art for Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah.
383 Rodan Rodan, Titan of Winged Fury Vadrok, Apex of Thunder A volcanic pterodactyl monster.
Art taken from the Hesei era incarnations.
384 Gigan Gigan, Cyberclaw Terror Gyruda, Doom of Depths An alien weapon released alongside King Ghidorah in Godzilla vs. Gigan.
Design taken from Godzilla: Final Wars.
385 Mothra's Giant Cocoon Mothra's Great Cocoon Mysterious Egg Japanese only
(モスラの (きょ) (だい) (まゆ) )
Mothra was frequently seen in giant cocoons before metamorphosing into its Imago (adult) form.
Art does not seem to be taken from any specific design.
386 Battra Battra, Dark Destroyer Dirge Bat Japanese only
( (あん) (こく) () (かい) (じゅう) ,バトラ)
Battra was created by the Earth to punish humanity and its advanced technology that was damaging it.
Battra is in its appearance from Godzilla vs. Mothra.
387 Mechagodzilla Mechagodzilla, the Weapon Crystalline Giant Japanese only
( (けっ) (せん) (へい) () ,メカゴジラ)
A robotic form of Godzilla with multiple origin stories.
This design is taken from the Millennium Era films.

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