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Day may have to turn in a completed Deck List in order to participate. Please check with the OTS if they are requiring Deck Lists for their event and for additional information in regards to the Deck List collection process. This is an editable PDF, so you will be able to type the card names in this form, which should help as your Deck List needs to be legible and complete — write the name of each card in full, and write down how many copies you have in your Deck.
Make sure your Deck List exactly matches your Deck.
There is a very helpful article on our strategy site that will help you fill out your Deck List properly. Just follow the link here: Duelists are encouraged to complete their Deck List before arriving at the Tournament by using the downloadable KDE Deck List and typing out all of the necessary information in the editable fields on the form. What cards are legal for play?
Also check this link for the current legality of all promotional cards http: Advanced Format tournaments use a specific list of playable cards. Some cards are forbidden from use, or limited to a set number in the Deck, in order to better balance tournament play. The Advanced Format list changes periodically. Duelists can view the most current Advanced Format card list by visiting this link: TCG tournaments must meet specific guidelines for use in the event.
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Duelists are responsible for determining whether or not their altered cards are acceptable for use before the start of the tournament. Cards printed for Asian markets are not legal for play in TCG tournaments. Can I use foreign language cards in my Deck? You can use foreign-language copies of legal-for-play cards printed for the TCG market, as long as you can show an official translation of the card, kept outside of your Deck and Deck box, when asked to do so by an opponent or tournament official.
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A year after the departure of the Pharaoh, Yugi Muto and his closest friends are in their final year of High School and are talking about what they will do in the future. Meanwhile, Seto Kaiba has commissioned an excavation to retrieve the disassembled Millennium Puzzle from the ruins of the Millennium chamber.
The item had previously housed the soul of his rival, Atem, whom he hopes to revive in order to settle their score.
The excavation is interrupted by Diva, who faces Kaiba in a game of Duel Monsters and steals two pieces of the recovered Puzzle. He keeps one fragment and gives the other to his sister Sera, who passes it on to Yugi Muto, aware that he was the host of the Pharaoh.
Diva, under the alias "Aigami," forges a "friendship" with Yugi and the rest of his friends. He takes interest in Yugi's friend Ryo Bakura, whom he believes is responsible for the death of his father-like mentor, Shadi. Using his Quantum Cube, he transports Bakura and Joey to another dimension. Joey is too worn out from his last duel to continue dueling Mai and the Orichalcos takes his soul.
Mai is freed from the Orichalcos' control, even as she swears to destroy Dartz.
He finds Rafael, who confesses to dueling Mai and challenges Yami to a duel. Yami merges Timaeus and Dark Magician to form Amulet Dragon, which gains more attack points from the Spell cards in his graveyard. He successfully destroys Eatos, only for Rafael to summon Guardian Dreadscythe in its place.
Realizing that Rafael is in the same position he was after playing the Seal of Orichalcos, Yami plays Underworld Circle to help him witness the darkness he unleashed on his Guardian monsters.
Back at their duel, Rafael revives a nearly invincible Guardian Dreadscythe. Yami finally defeats it using Eatos and Goddess Bow.
With the last of his Life Points, Rafael revives all his sacrificed Guardians.
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Even though he lost, Rafael's soul is spared from being taken by the Orichalcos, as he recovers the light inside his soul. Dartz challenges Yami and Kaiba to duel. During the duel, Yami, Kaiba and Dartz are shown the events of the past, detailing how Dartz came into contact with the Orichalcos.
In an attempt to save his people, Dartz made a contract with the Great Leviathan to use the Orichalcos to purge mankind, in order to restore "paradise. However, if the Knights are destroyed, their souls may be lost forever. Yugi talks to the Pharaoh and tells him to attack, saying that they would be alright.
All the while, the second seal increases Dartz's Life Points, making him harder to beat. The Pharaoh plays weak moves and passes altogether.