Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG cards printed in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Portuguese can be played in any TCG zone. In such situations, cards made from a particular product can only be declared illegal for that particular event. If this is the case, this information will be publicly disclosed prior to the event, either through a press release or through an update to the FAQ page of that event. If there is no announcement before the start of the event, you can assume that the newly released tickets are legal for that event. Generally, a card is legal for tournaments once it is officially registered in a Yu-Gi-Oh! Product TRADING CARD GAME. Technically, they are legal to play, although some tournament organizers don`t allow more than a few of them in a deck due to the stacking potential they offer. Nowhere in the rules of the Konami tournament does it say that the leisure league is forbidden – they are legal, no matter what someone says. In addition to the legality rules described on this page, some cards are limited to less than 3 usual copies per pack. For a complete list of these cards, see the list of prohibited and restricted cards. The following cards are not legal for tournaments in Europe as they have not been published in a product available in that region.
Some of these cards may become legal in the future, if they are reprinted in a future product, they will be removed from this list. Are Hobby League card tournaments legal? Maybe a silly question, but I have a few, and they`re noticeably thicker/stiffer than regular cards, and I think I heard somewhere years ago that they`re allowed to be used illegally in tournaments. Is there a definitive answer one way or another? Thanks to promotional cards for books and video games, they become legal the day the corresponding product is available in that region. Are these cards made by Konami for the tcg? If so, they can be used. Otherwise, they can only be used as tokens. It`s as simple as that. To find out when a card is legal, you can search for the corresponding product release date on the product page or individually via the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG map database. Some products may be launched at different times in different regions.
Promotional cards awarded as prizes (for example, Sneak Peek or Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series prize cards are not legal to play in any region until an event is held in that region where such a card is awarded. In very rare cases, a major tournament takes place on the same weekend when a product with new cards is launched. Since many players may travel in the days leading up to this tournament, they may not have the opportunity to purchase the new product and may be at a disadvantage compared to local duelists who can easily get this product. It`s legal to play with them, as there`s no such rule that says you can`t do it. And while theoretically stiffer and slightly thicker cards can increase the likelihood of you pulling them, luck is zero, especially if you use cases. I`ve seen a lot of people playing with hobby league gadget sets. BassNettoHikari2. Talk to me. 07:16, 2. April 2011 (UTC) Cards that are reprinted in an upcoming product but have already been legalized in a previously released product will remain legal for the tournament, regardless of when the new product is released. Promotional cards reprinted in a future product will become legal when that product is launched, regardless of the availability of their original versions. Cards printed in Japanese, Korean, Chinese or “Asian English” (for example: Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG) can only be played in Asian territories and are not legal for use in Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Events.
Magic: The Gathering® is a registered trademark of Wizards of the Coast, LLC. I didn`t really know which forum to put this in, so I`ll just paste it here. The last update of the site was made 13. December 2022 at 10:00 am EST Nowhere can I find a definitive answer, I swear it before God. As soon as I read “Yes, they are,” I sometimes read “No, they are not.” At the locals, someone told me “at a tournament, you get a warning and ask to get new ones”. Magic: The Gathering® and all associated images are copyrighted © by Wizards of the Coast, LLC. All rights reserved. Macroman2011 (talk • contribs) 03:03, 2 April 2011 (UTC).