Yu-Gi-Oh! Grand Format (Updated to Cyberdark Impact)

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Grand Format (Updated to Cyberdark Impact)

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Grand Format Update to Cyberdark Impact (CDIP) – Includes "Red Gadget" in anticipation of the Machine Structure Deck release and "Victory Dragon" in anticipation of its Shonen Jump magazine release.

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Here are notes about the update from the initial release of Grand Format. You can find the updated Format itself below the notes. This will be the last drastic set of changes in Grand Format, in order to shrink the list as much as possible and further stabilize the Format. From now on players should expect only to see a few cards added to the list with each booster set update. Special thanks go to all the players and judges in forums, e-mail, and in New York City stores who submitted actual constructive criticism rather than going on a rant during the initial release period. The three-month research period before that was primarily to refine the restriction techniques used in the Format, particularly in the modified Forbidden Cards List. (If you’ve seen the Forbidden Cards text throughout the Revolution Format testing series, you’ll understand what this means.) The initial release showed that some fixes to the list of cards were necessary after the restriction techniques were figured out.

Changes in the Update:

Chaos Emperor Dragon – Envoy of the End (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, cards whose effects include Special Summoning one or more monsters from the Graveyard or cards removed from play can not be used. This does not however affect card effects that include Ritual Summoning.) (ex. Treeborn Frog, Soul Resurrection, Miraculous Descent) – Apologies go out to everyone about what happened before with the "Dark World" issue. This is what should have been put up. (sigh…) –

Exchange of the Spirit (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include picking up cards from the Deck, sending cards directly from the Deck to the Graveyard, or removing cards in either Graveyard from play.) (ex. "Magical Merchant", "Fiend Comedian", "Rock Bombardment") – Fans of Ishizu should be pleased with this one. –

Fiber Jar (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, cards whose effects include preventing the declaration of attacks, negating attacks, or preventing your opponent from conducting his/her Battle Phase can not be used.) (ex. "Threatening Roar", "Negate Attack", "Thunder of Ruler") – Any player looking for an infinite stall will have to work harder to achieve it. This allows certain cards to be taken off the restriction list and Fiber Jar is still incredibly useful to aggressive players who take advantage of it to hit their opponent hard after clearing the field. –

Manticore of Darkness (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that would activate when a monster is Special Summoned.) (Not just from the Graveyard.) (ex. "Card of Safe Return", "Bottomless Trap Hole", "Royal Oppression")

Mirage of Nightmare (1 copy may be used if no more than 1 Limited Card is used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, cards whose effects activate when cards are drawn or discarded from the hand to the Graveyard can not be used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.) (ex. "Dark World" monsters, "Forced Requisition", "Solemn Wishes")

Final Countdown – added to Forbidden Cards List – (Up to 3 copies may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.) – The removal of certain cards from the restriction list promoted this addition. –

Red Gadget – added to Forbidden Cards List – (Up to 3 copies may be used if Semi-Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include allowing a player to conduct extra Sets or Normal Summons or to conduct an unlimited number of Special Summons from hand.) (ex. "Ultimate Offering") – Players will find that the Gadgets are still quite strong with a good strategy.

Victory Dragon – added to Forbidden Cards List – (Up to 3 copies may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined monsters that are not Dragon-Type monsters or cards whose effects include Special Summoning non-Dragon-Type Monster Tokens.) – This card’s effect is incredibly powerful, especially in this format where card advantage is less of a concern so be wary of Duelists who like to fill out their Monster Card Zone with Dragons and don’t finish off your Life Points when they get the chance...–

Crush Card Virus – moved to Forbidden Cards List – (1 copy may be used if no more than 3 DARK monsters with an ATK of 1000 or less are used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)

Deck Devastation Virus – moved to Forbidden Cards List – (1 copy may be used if no more than 3 DARK monsters with an ATK of 2000 or more are used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)

Treeborn Frog – moved to Forbidden Cards List – (Up to 3 copies may be used if no more than 2 Semi-Limited Cards are used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.) – This is so Frog Decks have an extra boost for certain effects. (D.3.S Frog’s ATK can now go from 2500 to 4000!!!) –

Tsukuyomi – moved to Forbidden Cards List – (Up to 3 copies may be used if Flip Effect monsters are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.) – This card can still be used well with cards such as "Nobleman of Crossout" and "Mystic Swordsman LV 2". This change should balance out use of the card in competitive game play. –

Twin-Headed Behemoth – moved to Forbidden Cards List – (1 copy may be used if no more than 4 Semi-Limited Cards are used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.) – Its effect is only powerful enough to be Semi-Limited but having more than 1 copy causes too many headaches. –

Night Assailant – moved to Forbidden Cards List – (Up to 3 copies may be used if Semi-Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.) – This card wasn’t strong enough to be Limited by itself and too strong for Semi-Limited when its "Recycle Factor" is achieved. (At least 1 copy in hand and at least 1 copy in the Graveyard. (An infinite discard potential that can power up many different cards’ effects.) –

Reasoning – added to Limited Cards (Big Monsters can be easily brought out with this.)

Asura Priest – added to Semi-Limited Cards (Its effect gives it an OTK combo.)
Instant Fusion – added to Semi-Limited Cards (Thousand Eyes Restrict gives this card 1-to-1 destructive ability plus you can use the monster as a Tribute or Fusion Material for big combo.)
Justi-Break – added to Semi-Limited Cards (Its effect speaks for itself.)
Snipe Hunter – added to Semi-Limited Cards (Can destroy any card with decent chance 66% and any card can be discarded as a cost.)
Dragon’s Mirror – added to Semi-Limited Cards (The release of Five Headed Dragon and upcoming Dragon Master Knight created BIG reasons for this.)

Delinquent Duo – moved to Limited Cards (This card is now much riskier to use with the presence of cards such as Dark World monsters, certain Zombie-Type monsters, cards that require removing cards in the Graveyard from play, Sinister Serpent, Treeborn Frog, and Dragon’s Mirror. Since there are much fewer 1-for-1 or 1-for-more cards used in Decks in this Format, the card number advantage from successful activation of Delinquent Duo doesn’t give as much of a strategy advantage as it would in Advanced or Traditional.)
Pot of Greed – moved to Limited Cards (In this format, number of options often counts less than strength of options – Do you want to draw cards or clear the field or prevent attacks?)
Spell Canceller – moved to Limited Cards (There are enough Trap Cards to make it Limit worthy.)
Spirit Barrier – moved to Limited Cards (With cards like Astral Barrier, Reborn Zombie, and Spirit Reaper, Spirit Barrier becomes incredibly game-breaking to combo with. Even if it is destroyed, there are ways to recycle it. Try Mask of Darkness or combo Des Feral Imp with Different Dimension Capsule or A Cat of Ill Omen.)

Grand Convergence – moved to Semi-Limited Cards (It’s still very powerful but dead weight if "Macro Cosmos" isn’t on the field.)
Heart of the Underdog – moved to Semi-Limited Cards (It was originally Forbidden because of Exodia the Forbidden One. Exodia can not be used with Semi-Limited Cards so Normal Decks can have greedy fun with 2 copies. Watch out for Elemental Heroes.)
Lightning Vortex – moved to Semi-Limited Cards (If an opponent activates a card such as "My Body as a Shield" or "Ready for Intercepting" or "Book of Moon", the discard cost hurts bad.)
Makyura the Destructor – moved to Semi-Limited Cards (Powerful Trap Cards are much less likely to wind up in hand along with Makyura in Grand Format unless its controller uses up a lot of his/her restriction slots for Trap Cards.)
Sangan – moved to Semi-Limited Cards (Exodia Deck’s inability to search for pieces prompted this.)
Witch of the Black Forest – moved to Semi-Limited Cards (Same reason as Sangan. Watch out for Sanwitch Decks. – Seriously.)

Astral Barrier – removed from restriction list
Book of Moon – removed from restriction list
Dark Mimic LV 1 – removed from restriction list
Dekoichi the Battlechanted Locomotive – removed from restriction list
Dimension Wall – removed from restriction list
Mataza the Zapper – removed from restriction list
Megamorph – removed from restriction list
Negate Attack – removed from restriction list
Reflect Bounder – removed from restriction list
Skelengel – removed from restriction list
Solemn Judgement – removed from restriction list
Spatial Collapse – removed from restriction list
Threatening Roar – removed from restriction list
Thunder of Ruler – removed from restriction list
Waboku – removed from restriction list
Windstorm of Etaqua – removed from restriction list
Zero Gravity – removed from restriction list

There is a net difference of 8 cards subtracted from the total number of restricted cards. (From 193 cards to 185 cards) The list will get a little bigger with each update but will remain manageable for at least 10 years as long as the cards are listed in a specific order that allows players to easily check their cards. (A computer program will eventually have to be written for it but in a game with infinite growth potential, that is the natural course. Besides, in the fiction, computers in Duel Disks and Holographic Platforms are constantly used for card restriction enforcement. This is mentioned during the last Duel of "Grand Championship" in the anime.)

"Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys" remains off the restriction list because "Hand of Nephthys" is restricted to 2 copies, "Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys" is still a two-Tribute monster, and monsters are destroyed more often as a result of BATTLE in Grand Format. (The Phoenix’s effect requires destruction as the result of a CARD EFFECT.) "Dark Hole" works wonders for a Phoenix Deck by the way…

"Ojama Trio" remains off the restriction list because it’s a card that requires combos to be good and there are too many cards that can be SIDE DECKED for it. In addition, the "Ojama Tokens" can still be offered as Tribute for card effects and Ritual Summons. Giving an opponent 6 Level Stars on his/her side of the field is risky since the occasional Ritual Monster can be easily "splashed" into a competitive Grand Format Deck. (An example of this is seen during the Duel between Chazz and Alexis in the GX series.) By the way, for all you "Ojama" fanatics out there, try using "Flash of the Forbidden Spell" as a combo with "Ojama Trio"…

For the players worrying about "Burn" Strategies dominating the scene, try to remember that a SIDE DECK is still usable in this Format. One good "Des Wombat" with an Equip or a "Spell Absorption" or "Solemn Wishes" or "Barrel Behind the Door" could cause massive concern for an opponent using a "Burn" Strategy.

For the players arguing that the Advanced Format is good enough for originality with Chaos gone, let’s see how many top 8s don’t have a "Cyber Dragon" or "Hydrogeddon" or "Monarch" or "Treeborn Frog" or "Smashing Ground" or "Heavy Storm" in any of the winning Decks and Side Decks. Going from 20% originality to 40% originality is NOT enough for players who want the FULL experience of Yu-Gi-Oh! with 80-100% originality. (Something that wouldn’t be seen in Advanced Format unless a ridiculous number of cards are banned outright.) Advanced Format is not designed to recreate the level of excitement and unpredictability presented in the fiction because card rarity does not balance the metagame in real life as it does in the fiction. Advanced Format is however still necessary for the beginners and intermediates to learn how to play the game and how to understand the levels of versatility of different cards.

For the players complaining about the complexity of the Format, it is emphasized that as long as you approach the Format STEP BY STEP instead of taking it on as a whole, even a child can construct a Deck and Side Deck using Grand Format. The point about Grand Format being for experienced players is from what occurs AFTER a player first puts together a Grand Format Deck and Side Deck. Much more thought and play-testing is required in Grand Format to evolve the Deck and Side Deck so that the cards being used combine well with each other.

For the players saying how most people wouldn’t be able to handle the Format, it is emphasized AGAIN that this is for EXPERIENCED PLAYERS, not for everybody. It is also emphasized AGAIN that this Format is NOT meant to replace the Advanced Format. It is designed for high-level special event tournaments such as Invitational and Exhibition tournaments where Deck-Lists would have to be submitted before the day of competition. (And possibly the formation of a new league catering to the truly advanced players, not net-deckers who pretend to be advanced…)

For the players complaining about the "lack of options", there are more than 1,800 cards released in English NOT on the restricted card list for Grand Format. If you can’t put together a strategy with that many cards open to you, then your credibility in criticizing this Format is highly questionable…

For the players wondering about whether or not this Format could actually be successful… We’ll all just have to see what happens as a result of the Dragon Cup 2007 Grand Championship, so until then, all players are challenged to try figuring out a competitive Deck and Side Deck in this Format. Have fun and don’t forget to check out the official site for the Dragon Cup when it is announced. By the way, if you’re a judge living in New York City at Level 2 or higher (or at least the equivalent experience wise) who would like to judge at the tournament, you can talk to Johnny Tek about it. Johnny will be at Neutral Ground (a huge gaming store on West 26th Street in Manhattan – look for the big flag) on Thursdays after 5 PM. (except holidays) Any Judge who hasn’t received Level qualification may be required to take a written examination.


Yu-Gi-Oh! – Grand Format (Updated to Cyberdark Impact)
Written by Johnny Tek
Special thanks go to all the players and judges who contributed data and feedback during the development of this format.

***Only up to 3 Limited Cards and up to 5 Semi-Limited Cards are allowed in the Deck and Side Deck combined. (For a maximum total of 8 restricted cards in the Deck and Side Deck combined, not including Forbidden Cards.) In addition, 1 or more copies of 1 card from the Forbidden Cards may be used if special conditions are fulfilled in the construction of the Deck and Side Deck combined.
***Ritual Monsters can be Ritual Summoned (using the appropriate Ritual Spell Card) from the hand, Deck, or Graveyard. A Ritual Monster can not be offered as a Tribute for its own Ritual Summon.
***Monsters can be Normal Summoned in face-up Defense Position as well as Attack Position.

*Forbidden Cards* –You cannot use these cards in your Deck and Side Deck combined unless special conditions are fulfilled. Copies of only 1 card from the Forbidden Cards List can be used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. (Ex. If Dark Hole is used, then Last Turn can’t be used)

- Apprentice Magician (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined monsters that are not Spellcaster-Type monsters.)
- Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Black Ptera (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include allowing a player to conduct extra Sets or Normal Summons or to conduct an unlimited number of Special Summons from hand.) (ex. "Ultimate Offering")
- Butterfly Dagger - Elma (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include destroying Equip Spell Cards when they are equipped to a monster.) (ex. "Gearfried the Iron Knight")
- Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, cards whose effects include Special Summoning monsters from the Graveyard or cards removed from play can not be used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. This does not however affect cards whose effects include Ritual Summoning.) (ex. "Soul Resurrection", "Miraculous Descent")
- Crush Card Virus (1 copy may be used if no more than 3 DARK monsters with an ATK of 1000 or less are used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Cyber Dragon (Up to 3 copies may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Dark Hole (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Deck Devastation Virus (1 copy may be used if no more than 3 DARK monsters with an ATK of 2000 or more are used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Exchange of the Spirit (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include picking up or drawing cards from the Deck, sending cards directly from the Deck to the Graveyard, or removing cards in the Graveyard from play.) (ex. "Magical Merchant", "Heart of the Underdog", "Fiend Comedian")
- Exodia the Forbidden One (Up to 3 copies may be used if Semi-Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include moving one or more cards from your Deck, Graveyard, or cards removed from play to your hand other than by drawing.) (ex. "Backup Soldier")
- Fiber Jar (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, cards whose effects include preventing the declaration of attacks. Negating attacks, or preventing your opponent from conducting his/her Battle Phase can not be used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.) (ex. "Threatening Roar", "Negate Attack", "Thunder of Ruler")
- Final Countdown (Up to 3 copies may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Horus the Black Flame Dragon LV 8 (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include negating the activation and/or effects of Trap Cards.) (ex. "Royal Decree")
- Imperial Order (1 copy may be used if no more than 1 Limited Card is used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Last Turn (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include the negation or prevention of Special Summons.) (ex. "Jowgen the Spiritualist", "Royal Oppression")
- Magical Scientist (Up to 3 copies may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include Tributing monsters to inflict Direct Damage to Life Points or Tributing monsters to increase Life Points.) (ex. "Catapult Turtle")
- Manticore of Darkness (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that would activate when a monster is Special Summoned.) (ex. "Card of Safe Return", "Bottomless Trap Hole")
- Mirage of Nightmare (1 copy may be used if no more than 1 Limited Card is used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, cards whose effects would activate when cards are drawn or discarded from hand can not be used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.) (ex. "Dark World" monsters, "Forced Requisition", "Solemn Wishes")
- Night Assailant (Up to 3 copies may be used if Semi-Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Painful Choice (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Protector of the Sanctuary (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that would remove cards from an opponent’s hand.) (ex. Card Destruction)
- Raigeki (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Red Gadget (Up to 3 copies may be used if Semi-Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined cards with effects that include allowing a player to conduct extra Sets or Normal Summons or to conduct an unlimited number of Special Summons from hand.) (ex. "Ultimate Offering")
- Skill Drain (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined Level 4 or lower Effect Monsters with ATK values equaling 1900 or more.) (ex. "Goblin Attack Force")
- Treeborn Frog (Up to 3 copies may be used if no more than 2 Semi-Limited Cards are used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Tsukuyomi (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined Flip Effect Monsters.) (ex. "Magician of Faith", "Penguin Soldier")
- Twin-Headed Behemoth (1 copy may be used if no more than 4 Semi-Limited Cards are used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Victory Dragon (Up to 3 copies may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. In addition, you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined monsters that are not Dragon-Type monsters or cards whose effects include Special Summoning non-Dragon-Type monster tokens.) (ex. "Scapegoat")
- Wall of Revealing Light (1 copy may be used if Limited Cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)
- Warrior Lady of the Wasteland (Up to 3 copies may be used but you can not use in the Deck and Side Deck combined monsters that are not Warrior-Type monsters.)
- Yata-Garasu (1 copy may be used if Limited cards are not used in the Deck and Side Deck combined.)

*Limited Cards* – Only 1 copy of each card can be used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. Only up to 3 cards total in the Deck and Side Deck combined may be Limited cards. (Ex. 1 Call of the Haunted + 1 Gravity Bind + 1 Ring of Destruction = Maximum Total of 3 Limited Cards)

Call of the Haunted
Card Destruction
Change of Heart
Chaos Sorceror
Cyber Jar
Cyber Stein
D. D. Borderline
Delinquent Duo
Demise, King of Armageddon
Fairy Box
Graceful Charity
Gravity Bind
Guardian Sphinx
Harpie’s Feather Duster
Heart of Clear Water
Heavy Storm
Jinzo
Last Will
Level Limit – Area B
Limiter Removal
Magician of Faith
Mask of Darkness
Messenger of Peace
Mirror Force
Monster Reborn
Morphing Jar
Morphing Jar #2
Ordeal of a Traveler
Pot of Avarice
Pot of Greed
Premature Burial
Reasoning
Relinquished
Return from the Different Dimension
Ring of Destruction
Royal Decree
Sinister Serpent
Snatch Steal
Spell Canceller
Spirit Barrier
Stumbling
Swords of Revealing Light
The Dark Door
Torrential Tribute
Tribe-Infecting Virus
United We Stand


*Semi-Limited Cards* – Only up to 2 copies of each card can be used in the Deck and Side Deck combined. Only up to 5 cards total in the Deck and Side Deck combined may be Semi-Limited cards. (Ex. 2 Acid Trap Hole + 2 Fissure + 1 Creature Swap = Maximum Total of 5 Semi-Limited Cards)

Acid Trap Hole
Airknight Parshath
Ancient Lamp
Asura Priest
Autonomous Action Unit
Blowback Dragon
Bottomless Shifting Sand
Bottomless Trap Hole
Brain Control
Breaker the Magical Warrior
Call of the Mummy
Ceasefire
Chiron the Mage
Command Knight
Compulsory Evacuation Device
Confiscation
Creature Swap
Cyber Gymnast
D. D. Assailant
D. D. Survivor
D. D. Warrior
D. D. Warrior Lady
Dark Catapulter
Dark Magician of Chaos
Dark Master - Zorc
Dark Necrofear
Des Lacooda
Doom Dozer
Dragon’s Mirror
Drop Off
Dust Tornado
Enemy Controller
Exiled Force
Fissure
Flying Kamakiri #1
Future Fusion
Giant Rat
Giant Trunade
Grand Convergence
Granmarg the Rock Monarch
Hammer Shot
Hand of Nepthys
Heart of the Underdog
Howling Insect
Hyper Hammerhead
Injection Fairy Lily
Instant Fusion
Iron Blacksmith Kotetsu
Justi-Break
Kelbek
Lava Golem
Legendary Jiujitsu Master
Lightning Vortex
Mage Power
Magic Cylinder
Magic Drain
Magical Arm Shield
Magical Merchant
Makyura the Destructor
Man Eater Bug
Marauding Captain
Masked Dragon
Mausoleum of the Emperor
Medusa Worm
Metamorphosis
Mirror Wall
Mobius the Frost Monarch
Mother Grizzly
Mysterious Guard
Mystic Tomato
Mystical Space Typhoon
Newdoria
Nightmare’s Steel Cage
Ninjitsu Art of Decoy
Nobleman of Crossout
Old Vindictive Magician
Penguin Soldier
Pyramid Turtle
Raigeki Break
Rivalry of Warlords
Robbin Goblin
Ruin, Queen of Oblivion
Sakuretsu Armor
Sangan
Scapegoat
Seven Tools of the Bandit
Shinato, King of a Higher Plane
Shining Angel
Shrink
Smashing Ground
Snipe Hunter
Spirit Reaper
Swarm of Locusts
Swarm of Scarabs
Swords of Concealing Light
The Forceful Sentry
Thestalos the Firestorm Monarch
Time Seal
Trap Hole
UFO Turtle
UFOroid
Wall of Illusion
Wave Motion Cannon
Widespread Ruin
Witch of the Black Forest
Yomi Ship
Zaborg the Thunder Monarch
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When do they start doing this format?
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so if you have cards the get card back from remove from play you cant use them or what? also when do they start doing this? :-s
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Simple they dont this is in no way official its basically a made up format for those who want variation in there game, however i prefer to stick to the original and officil rules.
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