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PEGASUS LEAGUE – All Ages

Welcome to Pegasus League!

If you like playing in tournaments that reward creative deck-building and innovative strategy, then Pegasus League is for you! Each month, the League will feature a brand-new format, providing the perfect environment for Duelists in search of fun and unique challenges.

Whatever you want to know about Pegasus League can likely be found here – make a habit of checking the page regularly to find out about the current format, view the upcoming format, and see who and what is doing well!  

January/February 2010 Format: “New Year’s Resolution”

This format goes into effect JANUARY 1, and will run until FEBRUARY 28, 2010.

The only cards allowed in your Main Deck, Extra Deck, and Side Deck are cards that appear in any of these releases:

  • Raging Battle
  • Ancient Prophecy
  • Stardust Overdrive
  • Spellcaster’s Command Structure Deck
  • Warriors’ Strike Structure Deck
  • Starter Deck 2009
  • Duelist Pack – Yugi –
  • Turbo Pack: Booster One
  • Hidden Arsenal
  • Duelist League 2009
  • Raging Battle Special Edition
  • Ancient Prophecy Special Edition
  • Stardust Overdrive Special Edition

Cards from this release can also be used, starting January 26:

  • Duelist Pack – Yusei 2 –

Cards from this release can also be used, starting February 6:

  • Absolute Powerforce

Cards from this release can also be used, starting February 23:

  • Machina Mayhem Structure Deck

If a card appears in any of these releases, you may use any rarity level of that card from any release. Example: Because “Mirror Force” appears in Duelist Pack – Yugi – you can use your “Mirror Force” from Metal Raiders, Dark Beginning 2, Gold Series 1, or Duelist Pack – Yugi –.

Instead of the Advanced or Traditional Format Forbidden & Limited Card lists, use the following, shortened, Forbidden & Limited Cards List created specifically for this format. If a card is not listed as Forbidden or Limited, you can use up to 3 copies, as long as it is a usable card for this format (see above).

FORBIDDEN CARDS
Brain Control
Crush Card Virus
Monster Reborn

LIMITED CARDS
Giant Trunade
Magic Cylinder
Marshmallon
Mind Control
Mirror Force
Rescue Cat
Scapegoat
Swords of Revealing Light

Download a PDF list of useable cards for this month's format.


Pegasus League FAQ:

Where can I find a Pegasus League near me?

Call your nearest Official Tournament Store, and ask if they’ll be hosting Pegasus League. If not, express your interest in participating and encourage them to run it.

We will also post the names and locations of all Official Tournament Stores running Pegasus League on our Events website.

What happens at Pegasus League?

Once a week, you’ll meet up with the rest of your League, and play a Swiss Round event using Decks that comply with the current League Format. You’ll earn points for playing, along with points for winning, like this:

For each round a Duelist completes = 1 point
For each Match win (Swiss Rounds only) = 1 point
Overall winner of the tournament  = 1 point

So, if you compete in a 5 round tournament, go undefeated, and win the single elimination playoff, you’ll earn 11 points for the week.

If you play 4 rounds of a 5 round tournament, win 3 of your rounds and then drop, you’ll earn 7 points for the week.

Your point totals will be tracked by your host store, and at the end of the month everyone’s points will be totaled up.  The 1st – 4th place finishers will win additional prizes.

How often is Pegasus League?

Pegasus League meets once a week. You don’t have to attend every week, but if you miss a week, you’ll be missing out on points for that month.

How much does it cost to enter Pegasus League?

The weekly entry fee for Pegasus League is $5.00. With your $5.00 entry, you’ll receive one Turbo Pack.

What can I win at Pegasus League?

You can win other prizes in addition to your weekly Turbo Pack. When everyone’s points for the month have been totaled, additional prizes such as these will be awarded:

1st Place: 6 Turbo Packs
2nd Place: 4 Turbo Packs
3rd Place: 3 Turbo Packs
4th Place: 2 Turbo Packs

That’s not all, though – the Top 4 finishers at each League may submit their Duelist Profile along with a Deck list for that month’s format to KDE, for the chance to be featured here on the website. Each League can also nominate two Duelists per month, as “Format Favorites.”  Whether they’re playing an extremely creative Deck, a very daring Deck, or one that’s just a lot of fun to go up against – why not get them immortalized for the rest of the world to see?

We will also update the Pegasus League page each month with the Top 25 Pegasus League Duelists program-wide.  See how long the most creative and inventive Duelists can defend their positions!

Pegasus League: Deck Challenge

Look for these exclusive tournaments at larger events such as conventions – they are stand-alone tournaments featuring a Pegasus League format. The first-ever Pegasus League: Deck Challenge was held at Gen Con Indy this summer, and we hope to hold many more in the coming year.

League Locations

Find an Official Konami Tournament Store in your area that is holding these exciting League Events!

 


 


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