Yu-Gi-Oh unbans popular card in latest forbidden and limited list

By: Anry Sergeev | 18.05.2022, 01:10

After 17 long years, players of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game can once again add the beloved Change of Heart card back into their decks. On Tuesday, Konami released an update to the latest roster of the forbidden and limited card list for the trading card game, which showed that the Change of Heart will be eligible for play in the official card game. The card was originally being banned in April 2005, according to records on Yugipedia.

The card’s category will change to “forbidden,” which means that each player can keep one copy in either their Main Deck or Extra Deck. You can view the full, up-to-date list of forbidden and limited cards on the official Yu-Gi-Oh! website.

To fans of Yu–Gi-Oh!, the Change of Heart is a classic spell card both in the anime and game. Its power allows you to take complete control of one of your opponent’s summoned monsters and use it against them until the End Phase of a turn. This powerful weapon was banned.

Fans online quickly expressed their excitement with hyped messages, leading the news to trend on Twitter on Tuesday. One user stated “BRO WHAT .” [*************************************************************************] CHANGE OF HEART IS BACK” and another said, “AINT NO WAY CHANGE OF HEART IS BACK.” 1 CHANGE OF HEART IS BACK” and another said, “AINT NO WAY CHANGE OF HEART IS BACK.”

The revival of the card comes on the heels of a bit of a Yu-Gi-Oh! revival. Many content creators streamed themselves YuGi-Oh in January. Master Duel which led to an uptick in popularity of the game. The official rules allow anyone who wishes to bring back the nostalgic feeling of early spell cards the past can do this within their limits.

Source: www.polygon.com