History Anime / CardfightVanguard

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.
14th Jul '16 3:03:01 AM Doug86
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** The [[KnightInShiningArmor Royal Paladins and Gold Paladins]] are a clear shout out to [[KingArthur Arthurian]] and British heroes. Just to name a few obvious ones:
*** [[KingArthur King of Knights]], [[UsefulNotes/AlfredTheGreat Alfred]] (King Arthur and Alfred the Great.)
*** Knight of Solitude, Gancelot ([[KingArthur Sir Lancelot]].)
*** Knight of Silence, Gallatin ([[KingArthur Sir Gawain]], whose sword was named [[NamedWeapons Galatine]].)
*** Knight of Godspeed, Galahad ([[KingArthur Sir Galahad]] himself.)
*** Knight of Loyalty, Bedivere ([[KingArthur Sir Bedivere]].)
*** Knight of Convenant, Bors ([[KingArthur Sir Bors]].)
*** Knight of Steel Blade, Caradoc ([[KingArthur Sir Caradoc]].)
*** Knight of Blue Flames, Dinas ([[KingArthur Sir Dinadan]].)
*** Knight of Friendship, Kay ([[KingArthur Sir Kay]].)
*** Knight of Determination, Lamorak ([[KingArthur Sir Lamorak]].)
*** Knight of Twin Swords, Marhaus ([[KingArthur Sir Marhaus]].)
*** Swordsman of Flames/Explosive Flames, Palamedes ([[KingArthur Sir Palamedes]].)
*** Knight of Harp, Tristan ([[KingArthur Sir Tristan]].)
*** Knight of Elegant Skill, Gareth ([[KingArthur Sir Gareth]].)
*** Fortitude Knight, Lucan ([[KingArthur Sir Lucan]].)
*** Wonds that blow through the plains/Precipice Whirlwind/Battlefield Storm, Sagramore ([[KingArthur Sir Sagramore]].)
*** Knight of Fury, Agravain ([[KingArthur Sir Agravain]].)

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** The [[KnightInShiningArmor Royal Paladins and Gold Paladins]] are a clear shout out to [[KingArthur [[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian]] and British heroes. Just to name a few obvious ones:
*** [[KingArthur [[Myth/KingArthur King of Knights]], [[UsefulNotes/AlfredTheGreat Alfred]] (King Arthur and Alfred the Great.)
*** Knight of Solitude, Gancelot ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Lancelot]].)
*** Knight of Silence, Gallatin ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Gawain]], whose sword was named [[NamedWeapons Galatine]].)
*** Knight of Godspeed, Galahad ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Galahad]] himself.)
*** Knight of Loyalty, Bedivere ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Bedivere]].)
*** Knight of Convenant, Bors ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Bors]].)
*** Knight of Steel Blade, Caradoc ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Caradoc]].)
*** Knight of Blue Flames, Dinas ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Dinadan]].)
*** Knight of Friendship, Kay ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Kay]].)
*** Knight of Determination, Lamorak ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Lamorak]].)
*** Knight of Twin Swords, Marhaus ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Marhaus]].)
*** Swordsman of Flames/Explosive Flames, Palamedes ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Palamedes]].)
*** Knight of Harp, Tristan ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Tristan]].)
*** Knight of Elegant Skill, Gareth ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Gareth]].)
*** Fortitude Knight, Lucan ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Lucan]].)
*** Wonds that blow through the plains/Precipice Whirlwind/Battlefield Storm, Sagramore ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Sagramore]].)
*** Knight of Fury, Agravain ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Agravain]].)



*** Photon Archer, Griflet ([[KingArthur Sir Griflet]].)
*** White Hare in the Moon's Shadow, Pellinore ([[KingArthur Sir Pellinore]].)
*** Knight of Passion, Bagdemagus ([[KingArthur Sir Bagdemagus]].)

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*** Photon Archer, Griflet ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Griflet]].)
*** White Hare in the Moon's Shadow, Pellinore ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Pellinore]].)
*** Knight of Passion, Bagdemagus ([[KingArthur ([[Myth/KingArthur Sir Bagdemagus]].)
30th Jun '16 3:23:39 PM Anddrix
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* InvincibleHero: Completely subverted. The best way to maintain a high win ratio in Vanguard is to ''not fight''. Averted for Aichi, who has only won ''slightly'' over half his fights (even less if you count the training camp's half-offscreen half-on matches). Justified in that he's still a newbie at the game. Played irritatingly straight with [[CurbStompBattle Kai]] due to his unbelievable luck at pulling Triggers, his only onscreen losses being to Aichi in Episode 2 (and it's implied he deliberately wasn't playing at full strength, since that was a training match) [[spoiler: and Ren in episode 58, and Leon at the end of season 2]].
** [[InvincibleHero Invincible Rival]]: Kai. This is partly the reason for his BaseBreaker status, that currently only Aichi, Ren and Leon have beaten him. This sounds fine until you note two things. A) His characterization. And B) Who he happens to beat, including the winner of the shop tournament for the previous year. While commenting exactly the same as he does when beating [[CripplingOverspecialization Morikawa]].
*** Legion Mate only proves the first point even further. Kai's win ratio takes a huge blow after being promoted to main character, losing against Kamui and Kourin (who he had beaten in previous seasons), as well as newcomer Gaillard. Even his victory against Ren is because Ren himself allowed it, as he could've easily won if he wanted to. [[spoiler:That said, once he obtains Kagero, he's back to winning every fight, even against Aichi.]]

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* InvincibleHero: InvincibleHero:
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Completely subverted. The best way to maintain a high win ratio in Vanguard is to ''not fight''. Averted for Aichi, who has only won ''slightly'' over half his fights (even less if you count the training camp's half-offscreen half-on matches). Justified in that he's still a newbie at the game. Played irritatingly straight with [[CurbStompBattle Kai]] due to his unbelievable luck at pulling Triggers, his only onscreen losses being to Aichi in Episode 2 (and it's implied he deliberately wasn't playing at full strength, since that was a training match) [[spoiler: and Ren in episode 58, and Leon at the end of season 2]].
** [[InvincibleHero Invincible Rival]]: Kai. This is partly the reason for his BaseBreaker status, that currently only Only Aichi, Ren and Leon have beaten him. This sounds fine until you note two things. A) His characterization. And B) Who he happens to beat, including the winner of the shop tournament for the previous year. While commenting exactly the same as he does when beating [[CripplingOverspecialization Morikawa]].
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Morikawa]]. Legion Mate only proves the first point even further. Kai's win ratio takes a huge blow after being promoted to main character, losing against Kamui and Kourin (who he had beaten in previous seasons), as well as newcomer Gaillard. Even his victory against Ren is because Ren himself allowed it, as he could've easily won if he wanted to. [[spoiler:That said, once he obtains Kagero, he's back to winning every fight, even against Aichi.]]
2nd May '16 4:14:25 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BlackKnight: The Shadow Paladins. Particularly Blaster Dark, given the second opening plays up the contrast between it and [[WhiteKnight Blaster Blade]].

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* BlackKnight: The Shadow Paladins. Particularly Blaster Dark, given the second opening plays up the contrast between it and [[WhiteKnight [[KnightInShiningArmor Blaster Blade]].



* KnightInShiningArmor: Aichi's Deck-Type, Royal Paladin, is this, mostly.



* WhiteKnight: Aichi's Deck-Type, Royal Paladin, is this, mostly.
29th Apr '16 2:51:04 AM karthus
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The franchise was popular enough to warrant its own video game. In April 2013, the first game Ride to Victory came out in the Nintendo 3DS handheld, produced by the FuRyu Company. The game follows the player character (Chosen from 6 available) in his/her way to become the National Champion. A year later, in June 2014, a sequel game, Lock On Victory, followed suit, produced by the same company. It follows closely to the plot of Link Joker Arc where the player character (Chosen from the same 6 characters from the previous game + 5 new characters in this game, one of them voiced by NobuyukiHiyama, no less!) gets to choose which of the 3 high schools (Aichi's Miyaji, Kai's Hitsue or Ren's Fukuhara) to join and win the Vanguard High School Championship while fighting the invasion of Link Joker. However, both games are subjected to NoExportForYou and region "Lock"ing by a Link Joker controlled Nintendo doesn't help the matter.

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The franchise was popular enough to warrant its own video game. In April 2013, the first game Ride to Victory came out in the Nintendo 3DS handheld, produced by the FuRyu {{FuRyu}} Company. The game follows the player character (Chosen from 6 available) in his/her way to become the National Champion. A year later, in June 2014, a sequel game, Lock On Victory, followed suit, produced by the same company. It follows closely to the plot of Link Joker Arc where the player character (Chosen from the same 6 characters from the previous game + 5 new characters in this game, one of them voiced by NobuyukiHiyama, no less!) gets to choose which of the 3 high schools (Aichi's Miyaji, Kai's Hitsue or Ren's Fukuhara) to join and win the Vanguard High School Championship while fighting the invasion of Link Joker. A third game, Stride To Victory, introduces 10 new characters, and follows the plot of the fifth season, was released on Januray 14th, 2016. However, both all three games are subjected to NoExportForYou and region "Lock"ing by a Link Joker controlled Nintendo doesn't help the matter.
20th Apr '16 9:46:00 AM storymasterb
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** In a more subtle example, in over 200 episodes altogether between the original series and ''G'', the only fighter to ever be unable to ride due to lacking a card of the right grade in their hand is Morikawa (whose unbalanced deck makes it far more likely he won't have a grade 1 or 2).
8th Apr '16 6:39:25 PM Redkun
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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.

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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.
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.
5th Apr '16 2:08:22 PM Willbyr
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A flash anime for the Mini Vanguard series, a 4-panel comic strip will be produced too. There are also two manga series published by Kadokawa Shoten in different magazines: one in Comp Ace and another in [[KeroroGunsou Kerokero]] Ace. However, ever since the discontinuation of Kerkero Ace, the manga was moved to Bushiroad's own monthly magazine, the Monthly Bushiroad. It also has a {{Prequel}} in the form of ''0 Start Set'', which depicts Kai's childhood and playing Royal Paladins before meeting Aichi. Another manga series was also serialized in the Monthly Bushiroad, titled Cardfight!! Vanguard Gaiden: Swordsman of Light, which follows the story of the units and their battle on the Planet Cray.

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A flash anime for the Mini Vanguard series, a 4-panel comic strip will be produced too. There are also two manga series published by Kadokawa Shoten in different magazines: one in Comp Ace and another in [[KeroroGunsou [[Manga/SgtFrog Kerokero]] Ace. However, ever since the discontinuation of Kerkero Ace, the manga was moved to Bushiroad's own monthly magazine, the Monthly Bushiroad. It also has a {{Prequel}} in the form of ''0 Start Set'', which depicts Kai's childhood and playing Royal Paladins before meeting Aichi. Another manga series was also serialized in the Monthly Bushiroad, titled Cardfight!! Vanguard Gaiden: Swordsman of Light, which follows the story of the units and their battle on the Planet Cray.



** Also in Episode 3, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game poster actually featured official artwork for ''[[VisualNovel/{{AIR}} AIR]]'' for some reason, even though AIR isn't geared toward the same audience and doesn't have its own card game.

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** Also in Episode 3, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game poster actually featured official artwork for ''[[VisualNovel/{{AIR}} AIR]]'' ''VisualNovel/{{AIR}}'' for some reason, even though AIR isn't geared toward the same audience and doesn't have its own card game.



** The Etranger clan appears to consist entirely of characters from other sources, starting with Blaster [[KeroroGunsou Keroro]]: [[http://i39.tinypic.com/fveovt.png Keroro cosplaying as Blaster Blade]]. "Etranger" literally translates as "foreigner".

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** The Etranger clan appears to consist entirely of characters from other sources, starting with Blaster [[KeroroGunsou [[Manga/SgtFrog Keroro]]: [[http://i39.tinypic.com/fveovt.png Keroro cosplaying as Blaster Blade]]. "Etranger" literally translates as "foreigner".
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