Source: https://icv2.com/articles/news/view/45553/yu-gi-oh-tcg-printer-shuts-down

Konami Digital Entertainment has announced that due to the stay-at-home order imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Texas, operations of one of its product manufacturers have been “temporarily impacted,” affecting release dates.  Eternity Code Boosters, originally scheduled to street May 1 (see “’Eternity Code’ Brings Plunder Patroll to ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG’”) has been delayed and are now expected to ship in early June, the company said. 

Just a week ago, Konami told us that its releases, including Eternity Code, were proceeding as scheduled (see “’Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG’ Releases Continue as Scheduled”). It appears that Secret Slayers Boosters, scheduled for April 3, and Structure Deck: Mechanized Madness, scheduled for April 17, were shipped prior to the printer shutdown. 

Yugioh 2020 Tin Promo

Source: https://ygorganization.com/2020-tin/

The big promo you were waiting for.

The 2020 Tin* shows the beginning of the ancient Duel between the Pharaoh and Priest Seto as depicted on the Tablet of Lost Memories – the very artifact that inspired Kaiba to create the Battle City Tournament!

Each Tin this year will contain 3 bigger-than-ever Mega-Packs, each with 2 more foils than in last year’s Tin Mega-Packs! So every 2020 Mega-Pack will contain 1 Prismatic Secret Rare, 2 Ultra Rares, 2 Super Rares, 1 Rare, and 12 Commons.

Each Tin’s total haul will be:
3 Prismatic Secret Rares
6 Ultra Rares
6 Super Rares
3 Rares
36 Commons

The 2020 Tin Mega-Pack mega-set is made up of the most popular cards released in 2019, including cards from Savage Strike, Dark Neostorm, Rising Rampage, Chaos Impact, and more!

The mega-set also includes 3 brand-new World Premiere cards, as well as the new Red-Eyes Dragoon, a nearly unstoppable Fusion of Yugi’s Dark Magician and Joey’s Red-Eyes Black Dragon!

Once you’ve emptied out all the goodness from within, you can display the Tin and make an important scene from Yu-Gi-Oh! history a part of your Dueling space!

*Name, contents, and specifications subject to change

Master Rule: April 1st 2020 Revision – Revisions

Source: https://ygorganization.com/whyarentyoubuyingddcrowsrightnow/

You didn’t actually think that we’d get a new Master Rule with just Extra Deck changes right?

The following will take effect in the OCG starting on April 1st 2020.

Regarding the Activation of Monster Effects for Monsters Returned to the Deck or the Extra Deck Face-Down
-Unless it is specifically referenced in the text, monsters that are returned to the Deck and the Extra Deck face-down cannot activate their effects (this includes mandatory effects).
Example of Old Way of Resolving: If “Elemental HERO Absolute Zero” is returned to the Extra Deck by “Compulsory Evacuation Device”, its effect to destroy all monsters your opponent controls will activate.
Example of New Way of Resolving: If “Elemental HERO Absolute Zero” is returned to the Extra Deck by “Compulsory Evacuation Device”, its effect to destroy all monsters your opponent controls will not activate.

Regarding the Activation of Card Effects that Move Away from Their Activation Location Before Their Effects Activated
-In card texts, cards refer to their effect activation requirement as well as their effect activation location. (For example, if it is an effect that activates when the monster itself is Normal Summoned, it activates on the field, if it is a Trap Card whose effect is activated if it is sent to the GY, it activates in the GY.) If a card moves location from its activation location to a different location before its effect activated, its effect cannot be activated (including mandatory effects).
Example of Old Way of Resolving: “Sangan” is Tributed to activate “Crush Card Virus”, and “D.D. Crow” is activated in a Chain to banish the “Sangan” from the GY. “Sangan” activates its effect after this chain is done resolving. (In this case, “Sangan” is treated as activating its effect in the GY.)
Example of New Way of Resolving: “Sangan” is Tributed to activate “Crush Card Virus”, and “D.D. Crow” is activated in a Chain to banish the “Sangan” from the GY. “Sangan” does not activate its effect after the Chain is done resolving.

Regarding the Normal or Special Summoning of a Monster in Relations to Card Effects that Mention “During the turn you activate this card/effect”
-Some cards will have text such as “During the turn you activate this effect, you cannot Special Summon monsters, except [blank] monsters” or “During the turn you activate this card, you cannot Summon monsters, except with this card’s effect”, which have activation requirements for whether or not you Summoned certain monsters during the turn. Cards with this text will now check whether or not the Summoning of the monster described in the text was successful for their activation requirements.
Example of Old Way of Resolving: You cannot activate “Rage with Eyes of Blue” during the turn the Normal Summon of your “Maiden with Eyes of Blue” was negated by “Solemn Judgment”.
Example of New Way of Resolving: You can activate “Rage with Eyes of Blue” during the turn the Normal Summon of your “Maiden with Eyes of Blue” was negated by “Solemn Judgment”.

Regarding the Special Summoning of Monsters that Mention They “Can only be Special Summoned once per turn”
-Certain cards have the text “You can only Special Summon [blank] once per turn” which means that you can only Special Summon card(s) with that name 1 time during this entire turn. Cards with this text will now only count the Summoning if the Summoning of a monster with that name was successful during the turn.
Example of Old Way of Resolving: If your “Hi-Speedroid Chanbara” Synchro Summon was negated by “Solemn Judgment” during this turn, you cannot try to Synchro Summon “Hi-Speedroid Chanbara” or try to use any other type of card effects to Special Summon it for the rest of the turn.
Example of New Way of Resolving: If your “Hi-Speedroid Chanbara” Synchro Summon was negated by “Solemn Judgment” during this turn, you can Synchro Summon “Hi-Speedroid Chanbara” or try to use any other type of card effects to Special Summon it for the rest of the turn.

Regarding Continuous Trap Cards that Special Summons Themselves to the Monster Zone by Their Own Effects
-Continuous Trap Cards such as “Embodiment of Apophis” which has the effect “Special Summon this card as a Normal Monster (Reptile-Type/EARTH/Level 4/ATK 1600/DEF 1800). (This card is also still a Trap Card.)” that can Special Summon themselves to the Monster Zone will now free up the Spell & Trap Zone they were placed in before.
Example of Old Way of Resolving: You have 5 cards Set in your Spell & Trap Zone, you activate 1 of them, which is “Embodiment of Apophis” and Special Summons it to the Monster Zone. The Spell & Trap Zone that “Embodiment of Apophis” was in before cannot be used, so you cannot Set a new card in your Spell & Trap Zones.
Example of New Way of Resolving: You have 5 cards Set in your Spell & Trap Zone, you activate 1 of them, which is “Embodiment of Apophis” and Special Summons it to the Monster Zone. Because the card of “Embodiment of Apophis”is now in the Monster Zone, the Spell & Trap Zone it was in before is now empty and available for use, therefore you can Set a new Spell/Trap Card into the Spell & Trap Zone it was in before.

Source: https://www.yugioh-card.com/japan/notice/revision/#processing

First look at “Rush Rare” rarity

Source: https://ygorganization.com/first-look-at-rush-rare-rarity/

The more bling the more you win.

A short clip showing what the new rarity looks like has been revealed. This new rarity will be introduced in the “Deck Modification Pack – Hyperspeed Rush Road!!”. The 3 cards that come in this rarity are the reprints for Sevens Road Magician and Rush Dragon Dragears, as well as the Rush Duel version of Blue-Eyes White Dragon.

I suggest just checking the clip in the original tweet because still pictures don’t do it justice:

Yu-gi-Oh! Toon Chaos

Source: https://ygorganization.com/tcg-toon-chaos/

Not sure if the Extravance reprint confirms it as a toon or as chaos.

Inspired by the first animated series’ Duelist Kingdom storyline, Toon Chaos introduces brand-new world premiere cards for the themes played by Yugi and Pegasus during their final rounds!
The very first “Chaos” monsters were used by Yugi in his Duels against Mai and Pegasus, but the new Toon Black Luster Soldier has a lot more in common with the upgraded Envoy of the Beginning model from Invasion of Chaos – complete with the ability to banish your opponent’s monsters! In addition to this towering titan of toonacity, Toon Chaos has more new cards for your Toon Decks to vastly increase their speed and stability! Having trouble tuning in to the Toons you were looking for? Check out the new Spell Cards in Toon Chaos that let you channel surf until you find the Toons you want, right out of your Deck!
For the ever-popular Chaos theme, Toon Chaos also introduces new Chaos versions of older monsters, like the Chaos Creator that can simultaneously Special Summon a banished monster and return other banished monsters to the Deck! Toon Chaos has 3 new Chaos monsters for Decks full of LIGHT and DARK monsters, including a boss monster that fits perfectly into the “Dream Mirror” strategy from Rising Rampage and Chaos Impact, plus new cards to help you find those monsters and Summon them. Let the chaos commence!
In addition, you can prepare for the Rise of the Duelist booster set with a pair of fiery new Noble Knights and get ready for the biggest competitions of the Summer with another chance to pick up Pot of Extravagance! Toon Chaos will also debut the long requested “Collector’s Rare” rarity for the first time outside of Asia. Fifteen cards will appear in a glorious new form you’ll have to see to believe!
The complete Toon Chaos booster set contains 60 cards:
10 Ultra Rares
15 Super Rares
35 Rares
*15 cards in the set are also available as Collector’s Rares

Each booster pack contains 7 cards:
1 Foil card per pack
6 Rare cards per pack
*Name and contents subject to change.


(Note that the source is European, which means we don’t have any confirmation yet for this product for other TCG territories)

Duel Overload Reveals

Source: https://ygorganization.com/duel-overload-more-reveals/

World Premieres:

Traptrix Genlisea
Hollow Giants
Mayakashi Mayhem

Imported Links:

Abyss Actor – Hyper Director
Alien Shocktrooper M-Frame
Ancient Gear Ballista
Armillyre, the Starleader Dragon
Artifact Dagda
Bloom Harmonist the Melodious Composer
Bujinki Ahashima
Celestial KnightLord Parshath
Condemened Darklord
Crossrose Dragon
Crystorn Halqifibrax
D/D/D Abyss King Gilgamesh
Ferocious Flame Swordsman
Five-Headed Link Dragon
Herald of Mirage Lights
Lib the World Key Blademaster
Mecha Phantom Beast Auroradon
Ojama Emperor
Predaplant, Verte Anaconda
Protector Whelp of the Destruction Swordsman
Raidraptor – Wise Strix
Relinquished Anima
Reptilianne Echidna
Selene, Queen of the Master Magicians
Simorgh, Bird of Sovereignty
Sky Striker Ace – Zeke
Tenyi Spirit – Sahasrara
Union Carrier
Xtra HERO Infernal Devicer
Yuki-Onna, the Absolute Zero Mayakashi

Imported Cards:

Angraecum Umbrella
Firebrand Hymnist
Malefic Paradox Gear
Speedroid Hexasaucer
Speedroid Marble Machine

Dangerous Frightfur Nightmary
Phantasm Emperor Trilojig
Starving Venemy Lethal Dose Dragon

Dark Anthelion Dragon

Awakening of the Possessed
Card of Fate
Cubic Dharma
Malefic Divide
Malefic Territory
Rose Bell of Revelation
Synchro Transcend

Cubic Ascension
Cubic Causality
Enma’s Judgment
Graveyard of Wandering Souls
Kingyo Sukui
Malefic Tune

Variant Artwork:

Chaos Dragon Levianeer (Variant Artwork)
Cyber Infinity Dragon (Variant Artwork)
Sky Striker Ace – Kagari (Variant Artwork)
Tour Guide from the Underworld (Variant Artwork)


Destiny HERO – Celestial
Fantastic Dragon Phantazmay
Madolche Magileine
Magical Musketeer Caspar
Magical Musketeer Starfire
Scrap Orthros
Secret Six Samurai – Fuma
Swap Frog
Vanity’s Ruler
Witchcrafter Madame Verre

Sauravis, the Ancient and Ascended

King Dragun
The Last Warrior from Another Planet
Super Vehiciroid – Stealth Union

Chaos Goddess
PSY-Framelord Omega

Daigusto Emeral
Dingirsu, Orcust of the Evening Star
Madolche Puddingcess Chocolat-a-la-Mode
Number 27: Dreadnought Dreadnoid

Salamangreat Almiraj

Cyber Emergency
Cynet Mining
Deck Lockdown
Double Evolution Pill
Golden Castle of Stromberg
Hysteric Sign
Magic Formula
Mystical Space Typhoon
Witchcrafter Creation
Zombie World

Compuslory Evacuation Device
Cybernetic Overflow
Infinite Impermanence
Paleozoic Dinomischus


Source: https://icv2.com/articles/news/view/45306/yu-gi-oh-tcg-gets-animated-toon-chaos

Konami Digital Entertainment will release Toon Chaos for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game on June 19, introducing a new rarity.

Toon Chaos features new cards based on the themes Yugi and Pegasus used during their final battle in the animated series Duelist Kingdom storyline. Toon monsters get a boost with new spells and monsters such as “Toon Black Luster Soldier,” which banishes an opponent’s monsters. The set will include new Chaos versions of older monsters, including “Chaos Creator,” which special summons a banished monster and returns other banished monsters to the deck. Toon Chaos will include new Noble Nights and Pot of Extravagance. Each booster pack will contain 1 foil card and 6 rare cards.

Toon Chaos contains 60 cards in total, including 10 Ultra Rares; 15 Super Rares; and 35 Rares. Debuting in the set for the first time outside of Asia will be the Collector’s Rare. 15 cards in the set will also be available as a Collector’s Rare.

[TCG] UDS Top 4 Decklists

Top 4 Included Dolls, Rokkets, SPYs and Dinos!

1st place: Shunping Xu – Rokket

Monsters: 27

3 Starliege Seyfert
1 Black Dragon Collapserpent
1 White Dragon Wyverbuster
3 Rokket Tracer
1 Rokket Recharger
2 Silverrokket Dragon
2 Magnarokket Dragon
2 Absorouter Dragon
1 Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon
1 Destrudo the Lost Dragon’s Frission
1 Keeper of the Shrine
1 Omni Dragon Brotaur
1 Chaos Dragon Levianeer
1 Fantastical Dragon Phantazmay
3 Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring
3 Droll & Lock Bird

Spells: 13

3 Quick Launch
2 Boot Sector Launch
1 Dragon Ravine
2 World Legacy Guardragon
1 Dragon Shrine
1 Foolish Burial
3 Cosmic Cyclone

Extra Deck: 15

3 Striker Dragon
1 Guardragon Elpy
1 Guardragon Pisty
1 Hieratic Seal of Heavenly Spheres
1 Dragunity Knight – Romulus
1 Beat Cop from the Underworld
1 Quadborrel Dragon
1 Dillingerous Dragon
1 Triple Burst Dragon
1 Unchained Abomination
1 Borrelsword Dragon
1 Borreload Savage Dragon
1 Draco Berserker of Tenyi

Side Deck: 15

1 Scarlight Red Dragon Archfiend
2 Nibiru, the Primal Being
2 Dark Ruler No More
3 Lightning Storm
2 Anti-Spell Fragrance
1 Imperial Order
1 Red Reboot
3 Evenly Matched

2nd place: Carl Manigat – Shaddoll Invoked

Monsters: 19
3 Aleister the Invoker
1 Naelshaddoll Ariel
1 Performage Trick Clown
3 Reeshaddoll Wendi
3 Shaddoll Beast
2 Shaddoll Dragon
3 Shaddoll Hedgehog
3 Shaddoll Squamata

Spells: 21
3 Allure of Darkness
3 El Shaddoll Fusion
3 Invocation
3 Magical Meltdown
3 Pot of Desires
3 Shaddoll Fusion
3 Super Polymerization

Traps: 0

Extra Deck: 15
1 Borrelsword Dragon
1 Cross-Sheep
1 El Shaddoll Apkallone
2 El Shaddoll Construct
2 El Shaddoll Winda
1 Gravity Controller
1 Invoked Caliga
1 Invoked Elysium
1 Invoked Mechaba
1 Invoked Purgatrio
1 Salamangreat Almiraj
1 Secure Gardna
1 World Chalice Guardragon Almarduke

Side Deck: 15
3 D.D. Crow
3 Droll & Lock Bird
3 Evenly Matched
2 Lightning Storm
2 Retaliating “C”
1 Starving Venom Fusion Dragon
1 Resh Shaddoll Incarnation

3rd Place: Scott Page – True King Dinosaurs

Monsters: 21
3 Babycerasaurus
1 Dinowrestler Pankratops
2 Dogoran, the Mad Flame Kaiju
1 Giant Rex
1 Jurrac Aeolo
3 Miscellaneousaurus
1 Petiteranodon
3 Souleating Oviraptor
3 True King Agnimazud, the Vanisher
1 True King Lithosagym, the Disaster
2 Ultimate Conductor Tyranno

Spells: 17
1 Dragonic Diagram
3 Fossil Dig
2 Lightning Storm
3 Lost World
1 Mystic Mine
3 Pot of Extravagance
1 Set Rotation
1 Terraforming
2 Mind Control

Traps: 3
3 Evenly Matched

Extra Deck: 15
3 Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
3 True King of All Calamities
1 Evilswarm Excition Knight
1 Number 60: Dugares the Timeless
1 Evolzar Laggia
2 Evolzar Dolkka
1 I.P. Masquerena
1 Knightmare Phoenix
1 Hiita the Fire Charmer, Ablaze
1 Apollousa, Bow of the Goddess

4th Place: Ruben Penarandas – SPYRAL Scraps

Monsters: 23

3 Magicians’ Soul
2 SPYRAL Super Agent
2 SPYRAL Master Plan
1 SPYRAL Tough
1 SPYRAL Sleeper
1 SPYRAL Quik-Fix
1 SPYRAL GEAR – Last Resort
3 Scrap Recycler
1 Scrap Golem
1 Mecha Phantom Beast O-Lion
2 D.D. Crow
2 Droll & Lock Bird
2 Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabbit

Spells: 14

3 Called by the Grave
3 Foolish Burial Goods
1 Foolish Burial
1 Monster Reborn
1 One for One
1 Terraforming
1 SPYRAL Resort

Traps: 4

1 SPYRAL GEAR – Utility Wire

Extra Deck: 15

1 Apollousa, Bow of the Goddess
1 Barricadeborg Blocker
2 SPYRAL Double Helix
1 Borrelsword Dragon
1 Knightmare Phoenix
1 Knightmare Cerberus
1 Knightmare Unicorn
1 Knightmare Gryphon
1 Linkuriboh
1 Lyrilusc – Recital Starling
1 Scrap Wyvern
1 Tri-Gate Wizard
1 Curious the Lightsworn Dominion
1 Borreload Dragon

Side Deck: 15

1 Appointer of the Red Lotus
2 Artifact Lancea
2 Evenly Matched
2 Twin Twisters
2 Lightning Storm
2 Mind Control
2 Dark Ruler No More
2 Nibiru, the Primal Being

Source: Yugiohblog.Konami.com