One turn kills aren’t unbelievable when your dueling with cards like Yata Garasu or Dark Strike Fighter. That’s why deadly Yugioh cards such as those two are put in the Yugioh cards ban list. The Yugioh ban list consist of cards that are extremely powerful and can take part in highly effective or even OTK combos. However, there are some cards in the Yugioh cards ban list that should not be there.
Jinzo is a monster many say should not be on the Yugioh ban list, but on the limited, or semi-limited list. I completely agree. Jinzo would definitely fit as a limited card. Yes it prohibits your foe’s usage of trap cards, but that effect applies to the owner as well. So doesn’t that create a balanced conclusion? In fact, I think that Raging Flame Sprite would be a more sensible monster to label as a banned Yugioh card. It can attack directly, and it gains 1000 attack pointsÂ every timeÂ it attacks. Jinzo’s effect is much less potent than Raging Flame Sprite’s ability.
Tsukuyomi also should not be in the list of banned Yugioh cards. It shouldn’t even in the limited section or semi-limited section. It can flip one face-up monster to face-down defense position. That isn’t even in the tiniest way, deadly. Now you’re thinking, “there must be good combos for it.” It isn’t used for any deadly combo! Sure they’re some effective ones but nothing “OMG!” like a Yata-Lock combo.]
So the question comes, “Why are these cards in the Yugioh ban list?” I don’t know. Cards like Jinzo and Tsukuyomi are in Yugioh ban list for some weird reason. And they aren’t the only ones! Even Thousand Eyes Restrict is questionable due to the fact it’s a fusion and is difficult to summon. Of course, this is just my opinion. If you guys agree or disagree with me, write down as a comment(s).