Traditional Chinese

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"Azure-Eyes Silver Dragon", printed in Traditional Chinese

Traditional Chinese cards are Chinese cards printed with the Traditional set of Han characters. They were manufactured by Konami of Hong Kong, and were officially distributed in Asia from 2014, introduced in the Duel Starter Deck,[1] to March 2016, retired after Lord of the Tachyon Galaxy. This is the only printed language in which there is no form of text about the Attributes. Traditional Chinese cards are tournament-legal in Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand, alongside Japanese and Asian-English cards.[2] Their ID is TC.

When the Traditional Chinese print was announced, a list of planned products was also released: Structure Deck: The Blue-Eyed Dragon's Thundering Descent in April, Gold Series 2014 in May, Duelist Edition Volume 1 in June, Duelist Edition Volume 2 in July, Duelist Edition Volume 3 in October, and Beginner's Edition 2 (2011) in December.[1] Of these, only the first two sets were actually released.

Sets[edit]

 Release date
Duel Starter Deck29 January 2014
Starter Pack Volume 11 March 2014
Structure Deck: The Blue-Eyed Dragon's Thundering Descent1 April 2014
Gold Series 20141 May 2014
Structure Deck: Machiners Command19 July 2014
Starter Pack Volume 227 September 2014
Starter Pack Volume 329 November 2014
Half-Deck: DARK2015
Half-Deck: LIGHT2015
Structure Deck: Devil's Gate31 January 2015
Structure Deck: Dragonic Legion18 April 2015
Special Promotional Pack 2015 Volume 11 May 2015
Return of the Duelist6 June 2015
Structure Deck: Roar of the Sea Emperor4 July 2015
Abyss Rising29 August 2015
Structure Deck: Onslaught of the Fire Kings3 October 2015
Cosmo Blazer5 December 2015
Lord of the Tachyon Galaxy5 March 2016

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Eva (December 12, 2013). "The Organization | Are You Ready for More Yu-Gi-Oh Languages?". YGOrganization. Retrieved March 8, 2016. 
  2. "Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament– Singapore 2019". Yugioh-Card.com. September 16, 2020. Retrieved September 28, 2020.