The Infinite Forbidden - Set List (SPOILERS!!)

Published Jun 11 2024 - 1:48pm Updated Jul 16 2024 0 Comments 163 Images
7 min read
Total Cards Senior Editor
The Infinite Forbidden - Set List (SPOILERS!!)

Update 16/07/2024:

With Konami sending booster boxes for early unboxings to content creators such as Pharaohmone, we've gotten an idea of what English cards we can expect! Although the list is not complete, and the images are proxies, you can get a good idea of what cards you'll need to buff out your deck or try out something new!


Update 10/07/2024:

For the run up to release day, Konami have dropped an insight into the theme of The Infinite Forbidden, and it's all about the Millennium! We're getting some pretty powerful buffs for Millennium monsters with this set, and we're gonna run through some of the cards to look out for!
Sengenjin Wakes from a Millennium
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Sengenjin Wakes from a Millennium
Sengenjin Wakes from a Millennium

This card is similar to other Millennium Monsters, and has an effect to place itself in a Spell & Trap zone! It can Special Summon itself from the Sacred Stone by paying 2000 LP or revealing the Millennium Ankh. It's a great card that can be placed in any deck that you want to summon Level 8 monsters in easily. You can also add 1 Millennium Monster from your deck to your hand upon Sengenjin's Special Summon

Golem that Guards the Millennium Treasures
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Golem that Guards the Millennium Treasures
Golem that Guards the Millennium Treasures

This card summons in the same way as Sengenjin, and can also be played outside its own deck to assist in summoning Level 6 monsters easily! Not only that, but a unique factor is that Millennium Ankh cannot be negated and you can also add Wedju Temple from your deck to your hand which is this deck's signature field spell!

Shield of the Millennium Dynasty
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Shield of the Millennium Dynasty
Shield of the Millennium Dynasty

As before, you can pay 2000LP or reveal the Millennium Ankh to summon (a common theme here). Upon Special Summoning this card, you can add up to 1 Millennium Ankh to your hand. It cannot be destroyed by Spell or Trap effects and can be in the Spell & Trap zone as a face-up continuous spell! This is a great go-to when playing Sengenjin, as you can search for that all important Millennium Ankh card that will negate you spending your LP to summon your Monsters!

Maiden of the Millennium Moon
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Maiden of the Millennium Moon
Maiden of the Millennium Moon

This card is great, she can summon herself when an Opponent activates a card or effect whilst she is a continuous spell (except during the Damage phase.) You can also Special Summon, and if you do - for the rest of the turn your opponent cannot target Level 5 or higher illusion or spellcaster monsters that you control with card effects. Also, if this card battles a monster, neither can be destroyed by battle!

Fiend Reflection of the Millennium
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Fiend Reflection of the Millennium
Fiend Reflection of the Millennium

This card works similarly to Maiden of the Millennium Moon, except it has a great enhancement for you which happens when you Special Summon; you will gain equal LP to half the ATK of 1 Monster on the field, which is super important if you've used LP for summoning your Millennium Monsters.

Wedju Temple
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Wedju Temple
Wedju Temple

Mentioned before with Golem that Guards the Millennium Treasures, this card allows you to place any monster from your hand into the Spell & Trap Zone as a face-up continuous spell, and place 1 Millennium Monster from your deck into your Spell & Trap zone as a face-up continuous spell. Also, if a face-up Millennium Monster you control is destroyed by battle or by a card effect, you can place it in your Spell & Trap Zone as a face-up continuous spell instead of sending to your Graveyard. This is fantastic for cycling your strategy!

Millennium Ankh
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Millennium Ankh
Millennium Ankh

A crucial card to this deck, the Millennium Ankh allows you to summon Millennium Monsters with no cost to your LP, and much like Wedju Temple it also helps recycle cards to cycle through your strategy again and again. Most importantly, it unlocks the power of the Unstoppable Exodia Incarnate!

The Unstoppable Exodia Incarnate
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: The Unstoppable Exodia Incarnate
The Unstoppable Exodia Incarnate

We've briefly talked about the Unstoppable Exodia Incarnate in this blog, but to summarise what it's capable of: It's easy to summon with the Millennium Ankh, it can't be destroyed by opponent's card effects, it adds your strength to its own when it battles, it negates Spell & Trap card effects for nothing, you can also set 1 Exodd or Obliterate card during each phase to help keep you in the game and all for the small cost of 1000LP once per turn during Standby Phase! Wow!

Obliterate!!! Blaze
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Obliterate!!! Blaze
Obliterate!!! Blaze

This card is impressive. Level 10 or higher monsters on the field with Exodia in its original name gains the effect; pay half LP and destroy as many cards in the Spell & Trap zone as possible, and equip 5 Forbidden One monsters from your hand and/or your deck to this card - each equipped Forbidden One monster gives 2000 ATK each (with a total of 10,000 ATK to be gained). It's worth noting you cannot activate other cards' effects for the rest of this turn. But we're not finished there, if this card attacks a Defence Position monster, you will inflict piercing battle damage to your opponent! 

Exxod Fires of Rage
YuGiOh The Infinite Forbidden: Exxod Fires of Rage
Exxod Fires of Rage

The last card we want to talk about is Exxod Fires of Rage. Basically, this is a killer card, literally. This card, always treated as an "Exodd or Obliterate!!! card", allows you to destroy all cards your opponent controls. If this card is in your GY, except the turn it was sent there, you can banish it to activate 1 of the following effects; Add 1 "Forbidden One" monster from your deck or GY to your hand, or Shuffle up to 5 "Forbidden One" monsters from your GY and/or banishment into your deck. You can only use each effect once per turn.

To summarise, we think that this Millennium theme is going to dominate the YuGiOh scene, punishing opponents for even looking at you wrong! The Infinite Forbidden releases on August 17th in OTS stores, and August 19th officially! If you want to check out the card reveals, click the button below to jump straight there!

Original: 11/06/2024

Releasing in July, The Infinite Forbidden is next in line for Yu-Gi-Oh!'s main sets and boy is it a big one! This set has a little bit of everything for everyone in, no matter if you're a competitive player or merely a collector. With the set having released in Japan at the back-end of April, we've gotten a glimpse of what to expect when The Infinite Forbidden hits UK shelves!

We can see that the folks over at Konami are still celebrating the 25th anniversary of this beloved TCG, with Quarter Century Secret Rares finding their way into booster packs left right and centre. That isn't stopping any time soon! A standout card from this set is Dragon of Pride and Soul; a Quarter Century Secret Rare that's so desirable it may as well be the One Ring! Centring itself around the number 25, this 2500/2500 monster can only be Special Summoned from your hand whilst your opponent has 25 or more cards in their graveyard. If you have 25 or more cards in your graveyard, this card gains 2500 ATK/DEF! What makes this card so sought-after is that you will only find it as a Quarter Century Secret Rare. So, you guessed it, its pretty rare!

Not only that, but The Infinite Forbidden includes a familiar face...if you were to assume that this set would include the one, the only, Exodia - then you'd be correct! The pack art is not just a gimmick, as within The Infinite Forbidden you can find "The Unstoppable Exodia Incarnate", a powerful card that can't be destroyed by your opponent's card effects and it can gain ATK equal to your current Life Points once per turn (if it battles, during damage calculation)! Not only that, but when a Spell/Trap card or effect is activated (Quick Effect) you can negate the activation. Oh you thought we were done? Oh no. Once per turn, during the End Phase, you can Set 1 "Exodo" Spell/Trap or 1 "Obliterate!!!" directly from your Deck! Wow, what a card. The only downside to this is you'll lose 1000 LP during your Standby Phase once per turn. But, to wield such a power would always come at a cost, so it's up to you whether you'd want to play this card and take the risk!

The Infinite Forbidden is available to pre-order now for £59.95 per booster box, so be sure to get your pre-orders secured in time for release! Check out the Japanese reveals down below, and keep your eyes peeled for the English cards to follow very soon...

 


Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Image 5
Image 6
Image 7
Image 8
Image 9
Image 10
Image 11
Image 12
Image 13
Image 14
Image 15
Image 16
Image 17
Image 18
Image 19
Image 20
Image 21
Image 22
Image 23
Image 24
Image 25
Image 26
Image 27
Image 28
Image 29
Image 30
Image 31
Image 32
Image 33
Image 34
Image 35
Image 36
Image 37
Image 38
Image 39
Image 40
Image 41
Image 42
Image 43
Image 44
Image 45
Image 46
Image 47
Image 48
Image 49
Image 50
Image 51
Image 52
Image 53
Image 54
Image 55
Image 56
Image 57
Image 58
Image 59
Image 60
Image 61
Image 62
Image 63
Image 64
Image 65
Image 66
Image 67
Image 68
Image 69
Image 70
Image 71
Image 72
Image 73
Image 74
Image 75
Image 76
Image 77
Image 78
Image 79
Image 80
Image 81
Image 82
Image 83
Image 1
Image 2
Image 3
Image 4
Image 5
Image 6
Image 7
Image 8
Image 9
Image 10
Image 11
Image 12
Image 13
Image 14
Image 15
Image 16
Image 17
Image 18
Image 19
Image 20
Image 21
Image 22
Image 23
Image 24
Image 25
Image 26
Image 27
Image 28
Image 29
Image 30
Image 31
Image 32
Image 33
Image 34
Image 35
Image 36
Image 37
Image 38
Image 39
Image 40
Image 41
Image 42
Image 43
Image 44
Image 45
Image 46
Image 47
Image 48
Image 49
Image 50
Image 51
Image 52
Image 53
Image 54
Image 55
Image 56
Image 57
Image 58
Image 59
Image 60
Image 61
Image 62
Image 63
Image 64
Image 65
Image 66
Image 67
Image 68
Image 69
Image 70
Image 71
Image 72
Image 73
Image 74
Image 75
Image 76
Image 77
Image 78
Image 79
Image 80

Article Author AJ Fraser
AJ Fraser - Total Cards Editor
AJ is the Digital Marketing Team Lead at Total Cards, where they manage the daily tasks surrounding our digital communication with our customers via social media, newsletters and more! They also have a great love for anything and everything The Last Of Us (including two tattoos!), and spend their spare time playing video games or telling the Total Cards team about their chickens' antics.

Author Profile

Comments

Write a comment
Let us know your thoughts...
Comments need to be approved before they are published.