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The February 2003 Forbidden and Limited List was the fifth Forbidden and Limited list in the TCG, going into effect on February 1, 2003.[1] This list updated the previous December 2002 list, changing one card each from Limited and Semi-Limited to Unlimited (making this the first list to unlimit a previously limited card) and one card from Semi-Limited to Limited, and adding one card from the Booster Pack Metal Raiders, one from Starter Deck Pegasus, and two from the Stairway to the Destined Duel promotional cards, and was followed by the April 2003 Forbidden and Limited List.

Full Lists

Forbidden

There are no Forbidden cards for February 2003.

Limited

There are 30 Limited cards for February 2003.

Monster Cards (10)
Spell Cards (16)
Trap Cards (4)
  • Call of the Haunted 「リビングデッドのごえ
  • Ceasefireていせんきょうてい
  • Imperial Orderおうきゅうちょくめい
  • Mirror Forceせいなるバリア -ミラーフォース-」

Semi-Limited

There are 4 Semi-Limited cards for February 2003.

Monster Cards (2)
Spell Cards (1)
Trap Cards (1)
  • Backup Soldierじゅうよういん

Unlimited

There are 2 Unlimited cards for February 2003.

Spell Cards (2)

Changes

Card Japanese name Card type Old status (December 2002) New status (February 2003)
Sinister Serpent キラー・スネーク Monster Card 0Did not exist 3Limited
Harpie's Feather Duster ハーピィのぼうき Spell Card 0Did not exist 3Limited
Heavy Storm おおあらし Spell Card 2Semi-Limited 3Limited
Graceful Charity てん使ほどこ Spell Card 0Did not exist 2Semi-Limited
Nobleman of Crossout まっさつ使 Spell Card 2Semi-Limited 1Unlimited
Swords of Revealing Light ひかりふうけん Spell Card 3Limited 1Unlimited

References

  1. "Forbidden and Limited List - February 2003". Grandpa's Sports Cards: Yu-Gi-Oh! Updates. February 20, 2003. http://gscyugioh.blogspot.com/2003/02/forbidden-and-limited-list-february.html. Retrieved March 1, 2012.

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