Hall of Fame timeline
プレミアム殿堂 (Puremiamu Dendō)
殿堂入り (Dentōiri)
Japanese Wiki: 82, 115

Hall of Fame is a list of cards that either cannot be played in a deck, or are restricted to a single copy.

See Also:

English banlist

There is nothing restricted in the English game of Duel Masters. However, after its release, Bombazar, Dragon of Destiny was placed on a "watch list" by Wizards of the Coast. Due to the game being discontinued outside of Japanese, there is no official restrictions outside of Japan.

Japanese banlist


The Japanese restricted list was invented around the time of DM-08 Invincible Legend in order to restrict Astral Reef and a few other Water Civilization cards that were deemed over-powered. The banlist was invented around 2006 in order to put an end to Bombazar, Dragon of Destiny in the metagame, and subsequently the game-breaking Bolmeteus Sapphire Dragon was put there without any former restriction in the same year.

The act of a card being put to the Premium Hall of Fame by officials is often known as a "Onsen Trip" (温泉旅行), as a commercial of DMX-04 Full Foil Pack: Revival Hero - The Hunter and DMX-05 Full Foil Pack: Revival Hero - The Alien depicted Bombazar, Dragon of Destiny soaking in a hot spring at the start of it. The scene returns in said Bombazar's DMX-12 Black Box Pack artwork.

The following list is the current list of banned or restricted cards in Japanese play. All decks must also have exactly 40 cards, unlike the English game where 40 is simply the minimum amount of cards.

Disabled cards

Disabled Cards

You cannot have any copies of disabled cards in your deck. Despite being functionally the same as the Premium Hall of Fame, these cards were banned under different circumstances. Disabled cards were never legal to play, and are banned for reasons other than being overpowered.

Additionally, some official tournaments disallow these cards to be used in order to prevent troubles caused by them:

These cards can either be disallowed or have some of their effects disabled in official tournaments;

Duo Premium Hall of Fame

Pairs of cards in the Duo Premium Hall of Fame cannot both be used in a deck at once. If a deck has one of the cards of the pair in it, it cannot use the other card.

Currently, there are no pairs of cards in the Duo Premium Hall of Fame. Romanesk, the Dragon Wizard with Crest of Mother and Romanesk, the Dragon Wizard with Soulswap are the only pairs of cards to have held a place here, however Soulswap and Crest of Mother were later banned and Romanesk was later restricted.

Hyperspatial Premium Hall of Fame

Hyperspatial Hall of Fame

This is differentiated from the Duo Premium Hall of Fame in that one of the cards involved is a psychic creature. If you have one of the cards in your deck, you cannot have the other in your hyperspatial zone. If you use one of the cards in your hyperspatial zone, you cannot use the other card in your deck.

Currently, there are no pairs of cards in the Duo Premium Hall of Fame. Codename Sorge and Jin, the Ogre Blade ~Crimson Rage~ are the only pairs of cards to have held a place here.

Premium Hall of Fame

Premium Hall of Fame (Long)

You can't have any copy of a card in the Premium Hall of Fame in your deck.

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

You can only have one copy of any card in the Hall of Fame in a deck.


  1. (However, the DMX-22 Super Black Box Pack version of this card can be used in official tournaments.)
  2. (Save for Treasure Cruise in DMX-22)
  3. A rant on the Bombazar situation at that time (Japanese)
  4. Player Reports Summary on the Bombazar situation (Japanese)


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