Can you use a mix of English Japanese and French cards in Yu-Gi-Oh?
Answer"Of course you can if you are trilingual but you will be thrown out of a tournament if you tried to enter.
In a fun duel, yes you can. In a regulation tournament, the only cards you can use are English and Spanish. "
That statement is 100% false. You may use as many foreign language cards in your deck so long as they are not OCG (korean, chinese, japanese, or any other oriental language) so long as you have a ready translation next to you. This means you could have french, english, spanish, and portuguese in your deck if you have translations ready.
There are extremely many places in HK to buy yugioh cards, but if you want English ones it's considered rare because in HK people uses Japanese yugioh cards to play tournaments. To buy Japanese cards you could get them almost every toy store, each toy store that sells yugioh cards have many more Japanese cards then English. Where to buy English cards : You could buy them in Tai Yuen Street ( Also known as…
'Asian English' cards have Japanese backs (as they are technically OCG cards) but have mostly English on the front. Kanan the Swordmistress is a more commonly known Asian-English card, marked by an set code of 'AE' - Asian-English. The original God Card prints are also Asian-English as they are Japanese cards but with almost entirely English text.
yugioh cards. the trading game is played by more people and there are thousands of yugioh cards while there is only like 300 Pokemon cards. Yugioh game has better rules to folow. I would choose Pokemon cards but yugioh cards are kinda the same. they both have monster/animal/creature what ever you call them. they both have 2-4 differant power/ability cards. Pokemon has trainer,statium,supporter and energy cards. yugioh has spell and trap cards. But it is…
You might find a collector who'd do it. The problem is - not only are Korean cards of cerain rarities easier to obtain than their English counterparts, but Korean cards can't be used in English tournaments. Thus back when it came out, an English Judgment Dragon was worth about £70, but a Korean one was only worth about £5. Few people will do a like-for-like trade on English cards for the Korean equivalent.
Yes, all TCG cards are legal in all TCG territories. So you can use Spanish cards in the USA, English cards in Germany, etc. OCG cards (Japanese and Korean) are not allowed though. You can ONLY use any TCG cards as long as you have an English translation of that card. You CANNOT use any OCG (Official Card Game) cards (Japanese, Korean, Chinese) cards. So the only TCG (Trading Card Game) cards you can use…
In America/ Europe illegal cards would be ANY OCG (Offical Card Game) cards such as (Japanese, Korean, Chinese etc) due to that they have different release dates than English TCG (Trading Card Game). The only cards you can use would be any TCG release like (English, Spanish, French, German, Italian) cards just as long as you have an English translation of the card, you can use it in a tournament/ YCS
You can buy packets like that anywhere game cards are sold. (ex. Yugioh, pokemon, magic, any cards like that. The cards will come in little plastic packages. You can buy packets like that anywhere game cards are sold. (ex. Yugioh, pokemon, magic, any cards like that. The cards will come in little plastic packages.
There's no way to tell, really. There are no current plans for it, and none of the other cards in Premium Pack 13 have been announced as English cards yet either. However Konami has slowly been introducing Premium Pack cards to the TCG. So, will they reprint this one? Probably. When? Impossible to say.