Forbidden & Limited Yugioh list Effective from 05/02/2018

The next update after this will be no earlier than April 2018.
Forbidden
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Blackwing – Gofu the Vague Shadow
Dandylion
Double Iris Magician
Level Eater
Maxx “C”
Performapal Skullcrobat Joker
Limited
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Apoqliphort Towers
Grinder Golem
Performage Damage Juggler
Firewall Dragon
Monster Reborn
SPYRAL Resort
Solemn Judgment
Semi-Limited
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-No Changes-
Unlimited
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Artifact Moralltach
Black Luster Soldier – Envoy of the Beginning
Card Trooper
Thunder King Rai-Oh
Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
Brain Control
El Shaddoll Fusion
Future Fusion
Mind Control
Preparation of Rites
Saqlifice
Bottomless Trap Hole
Ceasefire
Ojama Trio
Torrential Tribute

 

Source: http://www.yugioh-card.com/uk/gameplay/detail.php?id=1155

Exclusive Artwork coming to Final Fantasy TCG

Source: https://icv2.com/articles/news/view/39308/exclusive-artwork-coming-final-fantasy-tcg

 

In ‘Opus VI’ Booster-Only Expansion Set

Square Enix has revealed the next expansion set for its Final Fantasy Trading Card Game. The Opus VI Collection Booster will release in Q3.
Opus VI will feature new exclusive artwork from some noted veteran artists who have previously worked on Final Fantasy games, including Matsuda Toshitaka (Final Fantasy), Ryoma Ito (Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift), and Roberto Ferrari (Final Fantasy Type-0).

This expansion will be available only in booster packs. Each booster contains 12 cards, including one premium foil card. Boosters will be packed in 36-pack display boxes.

The Opus V set and three new starters are scheduled to release in Q2

Yu-Gi-Oh! Lost Art Promotion

Six of the cards featured in the very first Yu-Gi-Oh! series will be available for the first time outside of Asia with their original “lost” artwork. thanks to Konami’s Lost Art Promotion, launching in February.

During the promotion, players who spend at least $30 on any Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG products at Official Tournament Stores can receive a free “lost art” promo card, while supplies last. Each month, starting in February, a different lost art promo card will be available. The cards included in the promotion will be Monster Reborn, Exodia the Forbidden One, Left Arm of the Forbidden One, Right Arm of the Forbidden One, Left Leg of the Forbidden One, and Right Leg of the Forbidden One.

 

The six cards included in the promo were all part of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game release in Asia back in 1999, before the game was available in North America. They were inspired by cards used by Yugi himself during the first animated series. The artwork used on these cards in Asia was not used in other countries, and this will be the first time that the original Asian art has been made available to the rest of the world.

Konami has already announced a number of new Yu-Gi-Oh! products that will release during the period covered by the Lost Art Promotion

Yu-Gi-Oh! Flames of Destruction

The Elemental Lords return to the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game in the upcoming Flames of Destruction booster set, releasing on Friday, May 4. This will be the last 100-card booster set for the 2017-18 Dueling season.
Based on events from the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS era, Flames of Destruction is set in a dark time when Ib, the World Chalice Priestess, uses her abilities to destroy the world through a half-dozen destructive incarnations, represented in the game as new Link Monsters. These cards are designed so they can be used with any deck, or included in a deck constructed solely from cards included in the Flames of Destruction set. The set introduces a fifth Elemental Lord, new Trap Cards, a Spell to revive monsters, and a new Dragon.

 

The complete Flames of Destruction set includes 100 cards, with 48 common, 20 rare, 14 super rare, 10 ultra rare, and 8 secret rare cards. The cards will be packaged in nine-card booster packs, available in 24-pack display boxes.

Flames of Destruction follows another VRAINS-inspired expansion releasing at the end of March (see “‘Star Pack: VRAINS’ Comes to ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG’”). It will release within the timeframe for Konami’s Lost Art Promotion (see “‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’ ‘Lost Art Promotion’”).\

 

Source: https://icv2.com/articles/news/view/39389/the-flames-destruction-are-heading-yu-gi-oh-tcg