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The promos refer to two different tournaments: the first is the "Second National Conference", as it was called in Japan, it was held on March 2001 even if some rumors say it was held together with the Duel Monsters 3: Legend Of Power tournament on August 2000. The second tournament of 2001 was called "Third National Conference".
Second National Conference
This Tournament was held in March 2001. These are the caricature promo versions of pre-existing monster cards—Saggi the Dark Clown, Skull Knight and Mountain Warrior—with the names and faces of the tournament winners used for their creation. Kevin Tewart has stated that these are fake; however, they are listed on the Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG Asia Restricted Card List for the 2010 World Championship Series.
- T2-01 Masahiro the Dark Clown 「
闇 道 化 師と 化したマサヒロ」 (Ultra Rare)
- T2-02 Yasushi the Skull Knight 「
髑 髏の 司 祭ヤスシ」 (Ultra Rare)
- T2-03 Tomohiro the Mountain Warrior 「
山 岳の 闘 士トモヒロ」 (Ultra Rare)
Third National Conference
The second tournament of 2001 was called "Third National Conference" and ended on August 12, 2001. All of these cards feature unique artwork and only one of each exist in the world. It seems that they were approved by Kazuki Takahashi because they were drawn in a design competition.
- T3-01 Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon 「
青眼の究極竜」 (Ultra Rare) (Alternate Art)
- T3-02 Summoned Skull 「」 (Ultra Rare) (Alternate Art)
- T3-03 Kuriboh 「クリボー」 (Ultra Rare) (Alternate Art)
- T3-04 Gemini Elf 「ヂェミナイ・エルフ」 (Ultra Rare) (Alternate Art)
- T3-05 Red-Eyes B. Dragon 「
真紅眼の黒竜」 (Ultra Rare) (Alternate Art)
- ↑ Kevin Tewart. "Thread: Funny facts about yugioh". pojo.biz. http://www.pojo.biz/board/showpost.php?p=18165141&postcount=93.
- ↑ "Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG Asia Restricted Card List". Konami. https://web.archive.org/web/20111017222923/http://www.konami-asia.com/th/yugi5d/data/download/201007_asia.pdf.