If you are using a card that is not in a local language, a local version of the card or an accurate translation of the card outside the deck must be available to be shown to an opponent or tournament official. Duelists are responsible for providing an accurate reference and may receive a penalty if they provide an incomplete or inaccurate translation. Cards used for translations should not be stored in the game box. Generally, a card is legal for tournaments once it is officially registered in a Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards that are reprinted in an upcoming product but have already been legally manufactured in a previously released product will remain legal for the tournament, regardless of when the new product is released. New DUEL TERMINAL cards are not eligible for tournament law until they are available through other means, for example: by including it in a hidden arsenal set or other form of pack or booster deck. Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series (YCS) prize cards become legal on a continent once a YCS or WCQ card has been issued on that continent. A continent is defined by the World Championship Qualifier (WCQ), which incorporates a duelist`s Regional Qualifying Tournament. We hope this helps you understand DUEL TERMINAL cards a little better. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us! Video game promo cards are legal from the date of official sale of this video game on this continent. In Spanish-speaking Latin American countries, translations of cartographic texts are not necessary if a Duelist uses a product in English or Spanish. If the duelist uses cards in another language, they must still provide a translation into English or Spanish. In Brazil, duelists are not required to provide translations of cartographic texts when using Portuguese or English language maps.
As you can see, not all of these maps are in one place. But they should all be available by the end of the year. Cards with marks on the front or back cannot be displayed in Yu-Gi-Oh! COLLECTIBLE CARD GAME World Championship Tournament. For Duelists who do not live near a DUEL TERMINAL (including Duelists in Canada, Europe, Latin America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand), here is some information on how to get these cards. Please also note this important information about the legality of the DUEL TERMINAL CARDS tournament. A list of all currently legal maps in your area can be found in the “Gameplay” section www.yugioh-card.com. In extremely rare cases, a duelist can extract a badly cut or improperly printed card from a product. These cards are not considered legal for the tournament if they are different from the other cards in the face-down game. If the badly cut or imprinted card is indistinguishable from other cards in the face down game, this is the law of the tournament, provided that all the information that the card must provide is readily available.
Cards modified from their original appearance with surface decoration may only be used for the game if the modifications do not obscure any part of the card text, make the illustration difficult to recognize, affect the thickness or texture of the card, or distinguish the card from other cards in the face down deck. TCG cards printed in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish are legal to participate in sanctioned tournaments in all TCG territories. If a duelist wants to use a foreign language card, he must check that the card has been printed for the TCG (and not for the OCG). If the surface decoration of a card obscures the card or changes the thickness or texture of the card, the card is not eligible for the tournament. The following officially released products are considered legal: After completing the game, a Duel Terminal Edition card will be released at the bottom of the machine. The Terminal Duel cards themselves are not playable in sanctioned tournaments unless they have also been published in a broader source. The story of World Legacy is a Yu-Gi-Oh meta-plot presented through card art and descriptions in the card game. These maps will be released starting in 2017-2019 in Series 10 of TCG/OCG Booster Packs, starting with the Duellist Pack code and ending with the Chaos Impact Pack. Cards from an upcoming set that will be distributed prior to the set`s release will become legal on the official release date of the box. I went through some of my cards and found that duel terminals were printed. I wanted to know if they were playable or not. However, if one of these promotional cards is released in that region in a different way, the card will become legal there.
For example, “Dandylion” was a Shonen Jump promotional card, but was later published in Absolute Powerforce: Special Edition, making it legal in Central America. For future DUEL TERMINAL sets, card collection will be easier to understand, as a hidden Arsenal Booster set will be released a few months after the DUEL TERMINAL cards. Each hidden arsenal will be a deck of 60 cards containing only the new cards from the latest version of DUEL TERMINAL. (For example, Hidden Arsenal 2 includes all 60 new cards from DUEL TERMINAL 2.) Each DUEL TERMINAL (DT) set contains 100 cards: 60 new cards 40 reprints For example, some of the reprint cards that will be common in DUEL TERMINAL sets this year, such as Destiny Hero – Malicious, will also be included as common cards in this year`s Gold Series. Individual cards, which are reprints of cards that are already legal (whether the illustration or rarity is different or not), can be played as soon as they are available. Printed cards for the Asian version of Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG (known as “Yu-Gi-Oh! Official card games or “OCGs”) are usually printed in Japanese or Korean and can only be played at sanctioned events in Japan and parts of Asia. Although OCG cards are sometimes available in other languages, including English, they are not legal for sanctioned games in TCG territories (such as North America, Central America, South America, Europe, New Zealand and Australia). Duelists can tell the difference between a TCG card and an OCG card by checking the deck number of the card: Asian English cards include AE in their game name. Once a DUEL TERMINAL set is legal for the tournament, you can use the original version of DUEL TERMINAL or reprint from the booster pack or deck. Most video games aren`t released in every country at the same time, and a game can`t be released until a month after its North American and Central American release. Video game advertising cards will not become legal in a particular region until the maps are published in that region (whether via video game release or another method).
Much of the excitement with a DUEL TERMINAL card game comes from the new cards. But each set also contains 40 reprints. Sometimes it can be cards that were hard to find. In order to make it fair for everyone to receive these cards, we will often make these cards available through other means, around the same time that the DUEL TERMINAL package is released. Counterfeit cards (fake cards created by third parties that may look like officially published cards) cannot be used in your deck in a sanctioned tournament. Examples: X-Saber Wayne is legal for the tournament when he comes out in the new Starter Deck. DUEL TERMINAL 1 cards included in The Shining Darkness are legal when The Shining Darkness is published. All cards in the first Hidden Arsenal were legal when Hidden Arsenal was released in November 2009. All DUEL TERMINAL 2 cards will be legal with the release of Hidden Arsenal 2 in July 2010. In addition to a unique electronic gaming experience, the DUEL TERMINAL rewards you with a special card that can be scanned by the machine and added to your electronic deck.
These cards can also be added to your real deck and used in your daily duel. The main judge of the event has a final arbitral tribunal to decide whether or not the modified cards can be used in the tournament. Duelists are responsible for determining if their modified cards are acceptable before the tournament begins. What is the difference between Duel Terminal – Preview Wave 1 and 2? SHONEN JUMP magazine promotional cards, SHONEN JUMP Alpha subscription, and Yu-Gi-Oh! are only legal on the continents where they have been officially published.