- 1 What does Swords of Revealing Light do?
- 2 Are Swords of Revealing Light banned?
- 3 Does destroying Swords of Revealing Light?
- 4 Does Swords of Revealing Light affect obelisk?
- 5 What’s the most expensive Yugioh card?
- 6 Why is mirror force not banned?
- 7 Is Raigeki banned?
- 8 Why is Thousand Eyes Restrict banned?
- 9 Are 1st Edition Yugioh cards worth anything?
- 10 Does Swords of Revealing Light affect new monsters?
What does Swords of Revealing Light do?
“Swords of Revealing Light” has 2 very powerful effects. The main effect is that it remains on the field for 3 of your opponent’s turns. The other effect of “Swords of Revealing Light” is to flip your opponent’s monsters face-up when it is played. This is a 1-time effect and does not last for the 3 turns.
Are Swords of Revealing Light banned?
4 Useless: Swords Of Revealing Light Perhaps the most iconic “Spell” card in the entire game, “Swords of Revealing Light” used to be one of the best “stall” cards. This effect was so good, it was limited on the first banlist, and stayed there until 2012 when it was taken off.
Does destroying Swords of Revealing Light?
When “Swords of Revealing Light” is destroyed, you can attack in the same turn, provided you destroyed it in Main Phase 1. If it is returned to your hand you cannot attack that same turn. “Swords of Revealing Light’s effect stays in place until the end of that turn, because it was not destroyed.
Does Swords of Revealing Light affect obelisk?
Why is Obelisk affected by swords of revealing light? Obelisk’s effect is pretty clear: he’s untouchable by card effects. When that SORL expires, he immediately plays another one, and Obelisk STILL cannot attack.
What’s the most expensive Yugioh card?
1. Tournament Black Luster Soldier – $2,000,000 (reportedly) Easily the most valuable card on this list, the Black Luster Soldier was an exclusive prize card awarded at the first-ever Yu-Gi-Oh!
Why is mirror force not banned?
Because the game is won in the main phase, not the battle phase. By the time mirror force can be used, the game is usually over already or the cards have already gained value. Torrential can disrupt something before the battle phase making it a better card.
Is Raigeki banned?
Since it obtained its Forbidden status, “Raigeki” has continued to receive homage through later counterparts, such as “Lightning Vortex”, “Flash of the Forbidden Spell”, “Raigeki Bottle”, “Crystal Raigeki” and “Raigeki Break”, many of which imitate its effect in more balanced manners, or with more contextual purposes.
Why is Thousand Eyes Restrict banned?
If I remember correctly, it was originally banned because of “Instant Fusion”. The two combined is, pay 1000 LP to (more-or-less) control one opponent’s monster until the end of the turn, at which point the monster is sent to the Graveyard. You don’t even need to attack with it.
Are 1st Edition Yugioh cards worth anything?
There are a few different versions of Blue Eyes White Dragon, but first editions in mint condition are the most valuable and are worth thousands of dollars. Even a heavily used Blue Eyes White Dragon will sell for a few hundred bucks.
Does Swords of Revealing Light affect new monsters?
“Swords of Revealing Light” only prevents your opponent’s monsters from declaring an attack – it does not prevent battles, or monsters from being destroyed, or anything like that. It’s usually better to ask questions on the Forum, since more people visit there.