History Anime / CardfightVanguard

25th Jun '17 5:06:25 PM n3xus
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A second series, ''Cardfight!! Vanguard G'', began airing in Autumn 2014. Taking place after a three-year TimeSkip, it focuses upon a brand new set of characters: [[PowerTrio Chrono Shindou, Shion Kiba and Tokoha Anjou]], who all wield new "G Units" with the "Stride" ability. A second season, ''GIRS Crisis'', began airing in October 2015 and focuses on a new mega-quest hosted by the Friendly Vanguard Association which will see Team [=TRY3=] travelling to all the different branches of the organisation to win the title of Generation Master. It was followed by its third season, ''Stride Gate'' in April 2016, which pits [=TRY3=] against the mysterious Ryuzu Myoujin and the "Company" organisation that supports his sinister ambitions.

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A second series, ''Cardfight!! Vanguard G'', began airing in Autumn 2014. Taking place after a three-year TimeSkip, it focuses upon a brand new set of characters: [[PowerTrio Chrono Shindou, Shion Kiba and Tokoha Anjou]], who all wield new "G Units" with the "Stride" ability. A second season, ''GIRS Crisis'', began airing in October 2015 and focuses on a new mega-quest hosted by the Friendly Vanguard Association which will see Team [=TRY3=] travelling traveling to all the different branches of the organisation organization to win the title of Generation Master. It was followed by its third season, ''Stride Gate'' in April 2016, which pits [=TRY3=] against the mysterious Ryuzu Myoujin and the "Company" organisation organization that supports his sinister ambitions.
10th Jun '17 8:36:08 PM misawadaichi
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** This follows suit in Vanguard G; Episode 32 of G and Episode 37 of Stride Gate. Episode 32 of Vanguard G is [[spoiler: the blowoff of Team Try 3's loss to Team Demise and shows how close the three has become]]. Episode 37 of Stride Gate is [[spoiler: the bridge between Chrono losing his ability to use his Chrono Dragon cards and the final fights of the season.]]
20th May '17 12:34:29 AM RebelFalcon
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20th May '17 12:33:18 AM RebelFalcon
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15th Jan '17 9:31:20 AM DustSnitch
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** [[spoiler: As of his victories against Koutei in episode 56 and Ren in episode 65, Aichi is officially {{Badass}} even without Psyqualia.]]

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** [[spoiler: As of his victories against Koutei in episode 56 and Ren in episode 65, Aichi is officially {{Badass}} badass even without Psyqualia.]]
15th Dec '16 5:26:52 AM n3xus
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A third season, ''Link Joker'', began airing in January 2013. It tells the story of Aichi entering [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent high school]] and forming a "[[JapaneseSchoolClub Cardfight Club]]" with the intention of spreading the game amongst the heavily-conservative academy, despite the opposition of the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil. But the story [[KnightOfCerebus takes a dark turn]] when [[TheDarkSide an evil force]] known as "Link Joker" appears and [[TheVirus begins to spread like a virus]], [[BrainwashedAndCrazy possessing innocent people]] and [[SuperpoweredEvilSide turning them into twisted reflections of their normal selves]].

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A third season, ''Link Joker'', began airing in January 2013. It tells the story of Aichi entering [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent high school]] and forming a "[[JapaneseSchoolClub Cardfight Club]]" with the intention of spreading the game amongst the heavily-conservative academy, despite the opposition of the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil. But the story [[KnightOfCerebus takes a a]] [[DarkerAndEdgier dark turn]] when [[TheDarkSide an evil force]] known as "Link Joker" appears and [[TheVirus begins to spread like a virus]], [[BrainwashedAndCrazy possessing innocent people]] and [[SuperpoweredEvilSide turning them into twisted reflections of their normal selves]].
15th Dec '16 5:25:02 AM n3xus
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* {{Deconstruction}}: For once, one that ''isn't'' DarkerAndEdgier.

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* {{Deconstruction}}: For once, one that ''isn't'' DarkerAndEdgier.DarkerAndEdgier until ''Link Joker''.
7th Nov '16 1:07:18 AM misawadaichi
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*** Egorg wins if your opponent has thirteen units in the bind zone and your opponent is at four damage at the time you use Egorg's skill. The binded units will most likely come from the deletors' Vanish Delete skill which forces the opponent to bind cards from the drop zone face down. This is much easier to achieve due to later deletors having Vanish Delete built in but this method takes far too long to be effective. But you can achieve this when facing off against bind intensive decks like Dungaree.

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*** Egorg wins if your opponent has thirteen face down units in the bind zone and your opponent is at four damage at the time you use Egorg's skill. The binded units will most likely come from the deletors' Vanish Delete skill which forces the opponent to bind cards from the drop zone face down. This is much easier to achieve due to later deletors having Vanish Delete built in but this method takes far too long to be effective. But effective.
** While not an alternate win condition, the Gear Chronicle unit [[http://cardfight.wikia.com/wiki/Deus_Ex_Machina%2C_Demiurge Deus Ex Machina, Demiurge]] can nearly guarantee this. Activating it allows the player to take twelve cards from the drop zone and stack them on top of the deck in any order. Chances are, it will be three critical triggers and as many heal triggers as possible after that. Oh and
you can achieve this when facing off cannot guard against it with Grade 1 or higher units, meaning only G Guardians, Grade 0 units and intercepts can guard. The cost, sending TWELVE Zodiac Time Beast units ALL with different names from the bind intensive decks like Dungaree.zone to the drop zone. While it's easier to pull off with the Chronofang Tiger deck, it's very easy to mess up. On top of that, you have to worry about your opponent trying to take pot shots at you while you set this up.



** Kamui plays this to Chrono in Vanguard G.
** A more literal example is Mamoru to Tokoha.



** Ibuki Kyoji, from the manga, appears as the antagonist in the ''Neon Messiah'' movie.

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** Ibuki Kyoji, from the manga, appears as the antagonist in the ''Neon Messiah'' movie.movie and later as a heroic supporting character in ''Vanguard G''.



** Same thing goes with Try3 but more their color scheme and hair: Chrono is Red, Tokoha is Green and Shion is Blue (or Yellow based on his hair)



* DisappearedDad[=/=]MissingMom: While the anime does show us some of the main cast's parents, mainly Aichi's Mom, the missing parents aren't so much as referenced in any of the family talk that crops up every once and a while.

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* DisappearedDad[=/=]MissingMom: While the anime does show us some of the main cast's parents, mainly Aichi's Mom, the missing parents aren't so much as referenced in any of the family talk that crops up every once and a while. Played straight with Chrono's family where his mother is deceased and his father is missing.



** Played a bit more straight with Chrono but even he gets occasional losses, an absurd one being Kumi randomly triple critting him near the end of the first season.



** Striding in Vanguard G



** The conclusion of Kamui and Chrono's fight at the end of Girs Crisis.



** In Vanguard G, Team Try3.



* WeakButSkilled: Morikawa. Hand him a balanced deck and he can suddenly fight on terms that might even surpass [[TheAce Kai]].

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* WeakButSkilled: Morikawa. Hand him a balanced deck and he can suddenly fight on terms that might even surpass [[TheAce Kai]].b
** Vanguard G gives him G Assist which makes even his decks flow better.
17th Oct '16 8:46:00 AM PhantomDusclops92
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** EP 25, while ending the plot point about Misaki from last episode, is also a blatant commercial for the Kamui and Misaki Trial Decks (albeit Misaki actually uses the Kamui one in the episode, with Emi using the other)
3rd Oct '16 3:54:29 AM misawadaichi
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Five months after the events of Stride Gate ''Cardfight!! Vanguard G NEXT'' followed up. With Shion focusing on the Kiba company and Tokoha overseas, [=TRY3=] has split up as Chrono transfers to Tokyo Metropolitan Harumi High School. With the announcement of the Under 20 Cup he teams up with Taiyou Asukawa and newcomer Kazuma Shouji to conquer it. But standing in his way are his former teammates as Shion and Tokoha have formed their own teams for their chance to become U20 Champions.
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