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The Banished Zone, known as the Removed from play Zone or Removed Zone prior to the PSCT update, is a semi-official term used to refer to the location where a player's banished cards are placed. It has also been referred to as the banished pile, or the removed from play pile (sometimes formatted as removed-from-play pile) prior to the PSCT update. It is not actually a Zone, and as such, is not included on any playmats. Card texts that would refer to this location instead directly refer to "cards that are banished" or "the player's banished cards" (previously "the player's removed from play cards" or "the player's cards that are removed from play") rather than using the word "Zone".
Cards in the Banished Zone are left face-up, unless an effect specifically banishes them face-down. A card that is banished face-down is not public knowledge and can thus only be looked at by its controller.
Most Duelists (and most video games) place the Banished Zone either to the right of the Graveyard or above the Graveyard Zone (above or to the right of the "3" in the image at top). The artwork of one particular card, "Chain Material", explicitly shows an example of where banished cards may be placed.
- ↑ Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME » Round 5 Feature Match: Astro Marc Hahn vs. Botanist Willie Newsome
- ↑ Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME » Round 6 Feature Match: William Erker vs. David Sanville
- ↑ Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME » Sunday’s Dragon Duel: Tombkeeper-Initiate Nathan Swaim VS Zealous Cole Agan