Konami posted up the official Forbidden & Limited List for the next format this weekend, and it's pretty much the same as the OCG one, including the limitation of "Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier."
You can download it in PDF format here, and also view it on the official website, here.
We're still in the final stages of registration here at the UkayPro Championships in Sheffield, England and have got close to 250 players with many more still coming in!
Check in throughout the day for LIVE coverage of the event, click the link below to follow the action!
UkayPro, the UK's largest Yu-Gi-Oh! forum, is proud to present the second ever UkayPro Championship, at the Holiday Inn in Sheffeild!
Thanks to Glen White of Gamerz Events Ltd. (Konami's official Organised Play partner for the UK & Ireland), "UKPC Sheffield" is now Europe's first official National Qualifier of the 2010 season!
Last week, you got to see a sneak preview of my latest piece "Round 8, Game 1" in the production stages. Now, I'm glad to announce that the video is complete and ready for viewing. It is part of my current studio work at Limerick School of Art and Design, and while it is a finished piece in and of itself, it is still only a 'work in progress' in relation to the bigger picture of my overall work for the year.
By now, many of you will have seen my previous experiment, "Game 2", where I worked with the language of Yu-Gi-Oh! to create a visually compelling piece. Fortunately, it went down just as well with the college staff as it did the general public and I got decent scores in my assessments for the last semester.
The next piece in this will take what was learned from "Game 2" and further refine it; basically the next video is going to be the same concept, but executed a lot better now that I know what I'm doing.
The 75th SHONEN JUMP Championship will be held in Edison, New Jersey at the end of April. I've always wanted to go to a Jump but have been putting it off for (mainly) financial reasons. Luckily enough though, the date of the event cojncided with a sale from Aer Lingus for (relatively) cheap flights to the US and I began to take notice.
Angelete over on Pojo has been doing some amazing things with cards recently, extending the artwork to cover the entire card. A few have been posted below, and any more will be available in this thread.
Nik Ristoski (aka: DoctorNik/slick) has recently posted another article on one of the finer aspects of Yu-Gi-Oh!, the notion of 'paying to play'.
You can find his article in its original form, here.