'Yu-Gi-Oh!' World Champion Banned From Competitions For Cheating
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For the better part of , Zoodiacs have been the centerpiece of dueling, but as of last month, the Yu-Gi-Oh playerbase is finally able to play Zoo-less games. The excitement shared by the community over what strategies are possible in a world where Zoodiacs aren't viable has been palpable. It's as if everyone has been interrupted from a deep slumber, delighted to awaken and find that they can build decks again. Thus, today's article will do just that. And just for fun, I'll suggest my own recommendations to further those goals at the very end. That's always been, and always will be, a controversial subject.
With the introduction of new game mechanics coming to the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG with the release of the new anime series , Konami has released the forbidden and limited list that goes into effect starting March 31, There are a lot of changes to the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG with this new list and powerful cards are making a comeback. The aforementioned game mechanics that come with the introduction of Link summoning has slowed down summoning from the Extra Deck and limited how many Extra Deck monsters can be on the field at one time. While there are ways around it namely special summoning them from the graveyard after they are destroyed these returning cards were likely taken off the forbidden list to help duelists summon them faster. Here are the changes coming to the Yu-Gi-Oh!
What works for dramatic effect in a television show might not always be wise to add into a competitive game, though, as powerful cards can easily be abused. From one of the most commonly used cards in the anime to the crow that created the ban list. They are Monster Reborn and Pot of Greed.
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. It looks like the Yu-Gi-Oh! For those fans involved in the trading card game, they should know one well-known player has been barred from competitive tournaments for cheating.
Almost all tournaments follows the Advanced format, which has many forbidden and limited cards. Forbidden cards are not allowed anywhere near your deck. Limited cards are those that you can only have one of in your deck and Semi-Limited are those that you can only have two of in your deck, instead of the usual three. Cards are banned in order to keep the game interesting. Without these lists, tournament matches will just be a game of luck: whoever draws the super powerful card first will win. In some cases, if both players get a strong starting hand, it might even be whoever goes first wins. This is no fun for players and observers.