Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links
- Genre: Strategy
- Origin: Japan
- Number of Players: 1
- System Support: online and offline play
Release Date: JA: April 2016
US: Jan 11, 2017, Nov 2017 (PC)
UK: Jan 11, 2017
Media: Android and iOS devices, PC (via Steam)
ESRB Rating: E10+ (Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood, Suggestive Themes)
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links FORBIDDEN/LIMITED LIST
The changes to the forbidden and limited list in Duel Links aim to foster more deck types in PVP. Fur Hires and Amazoness have been some of the most overpowered archetypes in Duel Links since their introduction, but this ban list now will limit their potential.
Cards like Hey, Trunade and Treacherous Trap Hole were being used in almost every deck, so hitting them will give other cards some time to shine.
Here’s the entire updated list of forbidden and limited cards:
Limited List | Date On List – Removed(if any)
Vision HERO – Vyon | From 2018 Oct 29 ~
Amazoness Onslaught | From 2018 Oct 29 ~
Dyna, Hero Fur Hire | From 2018 Aug 29 ~
Massivemorph | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Golden Bamboo Sword | From 2018 Feb 5 ~
Woodland Sprite | From 2018 Jan 24 ~
Restructer Revolution | From 2017 Aug 3 ~
Champion’s Vigilance | From 2017 Nov 6 ~
Semi-Limited List | Date On List – Removed(if any)
Amazoness Princess | From 2018 Oct 29 ~
Wiz, Sage Fur Hire | From 2018 Oct 29 ~
Hey, Trunade! | From 2018 Oct 29 ~
Treacherous Trap Hole | From 2018 Oct 29 ~
Donpa, Marksman Fur Hire | From 2018 Aug 29 ~
Amazoness Baby Tiger | From 2018 Aug 29 ~
Rose Lover | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Destiny HERO – Celestial | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Sylvan Marshalleaf | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Cyber Petit Angel | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Hiro’s Shadow Scout | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Secret Pass to the Treasures | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Assault Armor | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Enemy Controller | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Cup of Ace | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Pulse Mines | From 2018 Jun 26 ~
Cyber Angel Dakini | From 2018 Jan 9 ~
Machine Angel Ritual | From 2018 Jan 9 ~
What is forbidden/limited card?
Forbidden cards are essentially “banned” cards, while limited simply means that you can only put 1 in a deck, semi-limited is up to two in your deck only. Some cards in the OCG/TCG are either forbidden, or limited, and this is due to their ability to create an unbalanced experience for the game.
Unlike in the TCG/OCG where you can have multiple limited cards with different names in your deck, in Duel Links you can only have a total of 1 limited card in your deck. For example you have limited card A and limited card B, and you already put 1 card A in your deck, you cannot add card B to your deck even if they are not cards of the same name.
This rule is also true for semi-limited cards in which you can only have a total of 2 semi-limited cards in your deck.
We’ll have more details on this game as they become available, stay tuned!
- Duel Links - Cards and More
- Duel Links - Cards and More (page 2)
- Duel Links - Forbidden and Limited List
- Duel Links - Tips, Tricks, & Guides
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