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Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game: God Cards (pg.2)

Gary's got the game info for you on the Egyptian God Cards for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. These three collectible cards have more power than Blue-Eyes White Dragon, they're harder to find than Relinquished and they're cooler than Exodia. Check 'em out!

How do You Get the Yu-Gi-Oh! Egyptian God Cards?

The Egyptian God Cards are really hard to get, especially if you want them in English. The cards come in three different languages - Chinese, Japanese and English. Here's how you can get them:

Chinese Egyptian God Cards:

  • Only available in China as free promo cards with a GBA Yu-Gi-Oh! video game.

    Japanese Egyptian God Cards:

  • Only available in Japan as free promo cards with the GBA Yu-Gi-Oh! video game.

    English Egyptian God Cards:

  • Only available in Japan as free promo cards with the Japanese version of Yu-Gi-Oh! World Wide Edition: Stairway to the Destined Duel for GBA.

    There's no way to get these Yu-Gi-Oh! cards in North America unless you know someone in Japan or China, or if you can find them in a store. But the store will charge you about $40-60 per card cuz they've had to get them from Japan or China too!

    Can You Use the Yu-Gi-Oh! Egyptian God Cards in Tournaments?
    No. The Egyptian God Cards aren't allowed in any North American tournaments cuz they're too powerful. Here's the official word from Upper Deck (UDE):

    "Due to the volume of questions we received in regards to this matter, UDE would like to put this matter to rest. The "English" print God cards are for distribution in Japan only. Konami of Japan is printing these cards, not Upper Deck. They are not Tournament legal. They have no effect text, no way to summon them to the field and no Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG(c) logo on the back of them. This is because they are not part of the game; they are strictly promotional cards. As such, they cannot be placed in your deck. They are for collector's purposes only. We also have no plans to produce these cards in North America."

    So, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Egyptian God Cards are totally powerful, way cool, and only for use when you're playing with your friends. That is, if you can ever get them!

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