Time Seal

  Normal / Trap
Skip the Draw Phase of your opponent's next turn. 
CARD ID: 35316708
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YuGiOh! TCG karta: Time Seal


TCG SetSymbolRarityLowAvgTrend
Dark Beginning 1 DB1-EN071 Common-,--€-,--€-,--€
Pharaoh's Servant PSV-007 Short Print-,--€-,--€-,--€
Pharaoh's Servant PSV-E007 Short Print-,--€-,--€-,--€
Pharaoh's Servant PSV-EN007 Short Print-,--€-,--€-,--€

Card Trivia

 The strip of paper containing Japanese Kanji in this card's artwork is most likely an Ofuda, which is a type of amulet or talisman made of wood cloth or metal that are issued by Shinto shrines.
Ofuda are used because it is believed they protect a family in residence from every instance of general harm (i.e. curses).  This may be exemplified in this card's effect, albeit in a somewhat case of situational irony: the ofuda is protecting the Deck from one of your opponent's Draw Phases, but is in turn cursing your opponent by skipping their next said Phase.
According to a  by Kevin Tewart, this card was mostly banned in the OCG because of its synergy with Temple of the Kings.
This card’s is one of the two effects recreated in “Penalty Game!”.