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Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game Cards & Merchandise

Yu-Gi-Oh! game cards and merchandise allow you to play the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! game with everything necessary to do so. From individual cards and mixed lots to booster packs and complete sets, the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards at your disposal allow you to collect a wide range of monster, spell, and trap cards. Not only do they help players grow their collection, but they are also a means of going into battle against friends or skilled opponents.

What cards are banned in Yu-Gi-Oh!?

When playing a match against another player in competitive Yu-Gi-Oh!, there are certain cards that are banned from being used in the main, extra, or side deck. There are also a range of limited and semi-limited versions. With limited cards, you can only have one in your main deck at a given time, while there can only be two semi-limited ones in your main deck when playing. There are dozens of banned Yu-Gi-Oh! cards.

  • Monster/Effect - Banned effect monsters include Magical Scientist, Makyura The Destructor, Substitoad, The Tyrant Neptune, and Victory Dragon.
  • Monster/Fusion - The two monster/fusion Yu-Gi-Oh! cards that are banned include El Shaddoll Construct and Elder Entity Norden.
  • Monster/Synchro - The only banned card of this type is Denglong, First of the Yang Zing.
  • Monster/XYZ - Banned Yu-Gi-Oh! cards of this type include Lavalval Chain, Tellarknight Ptolemaeus, and Zoodiac Broadbull.
  • Spell - Some of the banned Yu-Gi-Oh! cards in this category include Change of Heart, Cold Wave, Heavy Storm, Pot of Avarice, Premature Burial, and Super Rejuvenation.
  • Trap - These banned Yu-Gi-Oh! cards include Last Turn, Royal Oppression, Solemn Judgment, and Ultimate Offering.

Are Duel Terminal cards allowed in tournaments?

If you're set to play in a Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament, Duel Terminal versions are not allowed to be used during gameplay, except when they are available from some other method, such as finding one in a hidden arsenal set or within a Yu-Gi-Oh! booster pack. One clear example of a legal usage of a Duel Terminal monster, spell, or trap is when you receive an X-Saber Wayne in a starter deck.

Who owns Yu-Gi-Oh!?

The Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game is officially owned, developed, and published by Konami, a Japanese entertainment company. The game itself was developed by Konami in accordance with the Japanese manga by the same name and was modeled after a Duel Monsters concept taken directly from the manga. This game was developed and initially released in 1998. Since then, a slew of additional monsters and spells have been released. The more powerful and useful a card is, the rarer it can be to find in a starter deck. Players who engage in a battle against other players will need to use a combination of spells, monsters, and traps if they want to defeat their opponent.

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