Master rule 5 : TCG Master Rule 5 Explained, New ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens’ Anime Announced
The Yu-Gi-Oh! universe is going to shift dramatically.
The latest series of the popular anime has been unveiled, the first in a succession of announcements.
The next portion of the Yu-Gi-Oh! series will be titled Sevens, according to the official announcement on the anime’s social media sites.
Not only will this be the series’ seventh instalment (Duel Monsters, GX, 5Ds, Zexal, Arc-V, Vrains), but it will also be the first time the protagonist will be in elementary school in the series’ decades-long history.
Yuga Oudou is the protagonist of Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens, and when the series begins, he is just 11 years old.
Yuga will be spoken by Hiiro Ishibashi (Children of the Sea), and Tatsuhisa “Luke” Kamijo will be voiced by Taku Yashiro. Natsuki Hanae will play Gakuto Sougetsu, and Tomoro Kusunoki will play Romin Kirishima.
Every new Yu-Gi-Oh! series introduces a new manner of duelling in the trading card game. “Rush Duels” is being teased this time.
While Konami hasn’t verified what this means, it’s likely related to the TCG’s recent announcement of modifications.
The official summary for Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens, which will be published in Japan in April 2020, is below.
Yuga Oudou attends The Seventh Goha elementary school and is in fifth grade. He refers to his creation as “Road,” and he creates new “Road” every day.
He felt that adult-run duels were too crowded, so he devised a new rule that everyone could enjoy. Luke from the next class reports a rumour about “The King of Duel” one day.
Yuga and Luke come at a significant stone monument, where a mystery individual stands in front of it, full with curiosity.
To be known as “The King of Duel,” they must win a certain number of duels in a certain amount of time! “With ‘Rush Duel,‘ my own invention, I can win!” Yuga and Luke, the storey of two lads who use new duels to transform the world, begins now.
A updated rule has been established on April 1, 2020 in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game.
This has been dubbed “Master Rule 5” by TCG players, and its primary purpose is to remove limits on Fusion, Synchro, and XYZ summoning. Here’s how “Master Rule 5” works on a basic level.
Synchro, Fusion, and XYZ are three different types of synchronisation. It is not necessary to summon monsters from the extra deck in the Extra Monster Zone.
This frees up space in decks by removing the need for Link monsters to get extra deck monsters onto the field.
Monsters summoned from the Extra Deck, like as Link and Pendulum, must still travel to the Extra Monster Zone first.
Check out the official YouTube video below for additional details on the new rule changes.