Official October 1st 2014 Ban List

Check out the Official October 1st, 2014 Ban List. A thoroughly telling list.

Konami has updated the official site with the new October 2014 ban list, so in order to report the news, I’m going to relay all the new changes on the list to you here:


Nothing this time!


  • Glow-Up Bulb (was Forbidden)
  • Infernity Archfiend (was Unlimited)
  • Raigeki (was Forbidden)
  • Soul Charge (was Unlimited)
  • Super Polymerization (was Unlimited)


  • Blackwing – Gale the Whirlwind (was Limited)
  • Gorz the Emissary of Darkness (was Limited)
  • Ceasefire (was Limited)
  • The Transmigration Prophecy (was Limited)

Newly Unlimited:

  • Coach Soldier Wolfbark (was Semi-Limited)
  • Magician of Faith (was Semi-Limited)
  • Formula Synchron (was Semi-Limited)
  • Reinforcement of the Army (was Semi-Limited)


And there you have it…what do you think?

As you’ll find in our Most Recent Podcast, we discuss the very likely possibility of a bad list, but I think this list is a little reinvigorating.

Glow-Up Bulb being back is great for Lightsworns because now Minerva and Glow-Up great lots of extra Mills and Synchro potential. If it hasn’t been announced already, we’ll probably see a reprint of it somewhere.

Infernity Archfiend being to one makes sense because Konami is probably tired of this deck and the publicity it takes away from their current chase decks. It won worlds, and those decks get hit.

Raigeki is at one because, lets be honest, we can do what ever we want as duelists right now. The current chase decks are full of monsters that replace themselves in some way. Raigeki isn’t necessarily the momentum stopper it used to be, definitely not right now. Is Raigeki gimmiky? Sure. But when Pendulum Summoning is in full force, and decks can more consistently win on turn 2/3, Raigeki might just tickle. Think about that!


Here’s the Official Website.

One Response

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.