History Anime / YuGiOHTenthAnniversaryMovie

8th Sep '15 7:48:12 PM phoenix
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Detached Sleeves is being cut, as decided by TRS discussion.
* DetachedSleeves: Paradox.
23rd Feb '15 6:12:41 PM TokoWH
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Please don't add bullet points to make a reference. That's just unnessecary Natter
** [[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Well, playing a card game *is* like making love...]]
23rd Feb '15 6:09:29 PM TokoWH
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Accidentally deleted that. Sorry
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* ThePowerOfFriendship: Going by the movie title, is this really a surprise?
23rd Feb '15 6:08:32 PM TokoWH
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Justifying Edit. Removing.
*** There's a simple explanation. We know the cards in-universe contain ID chips that the Duel Disks read, so all the Duel Disk needs to have are the rules of the game programmed into it. This makes even more sense when you realize that, with new cards being released, it would not only be nearly impossible to have EVERY Disk updated for the new cards, it would have to store all of the rules for each individual card as well as the 3D hologram data on an internal hard drive, which would be pretty much impossible with the amount of cards. It makes much more sense to assume that all differences in Duel Disks are purely cosmetic (How else could the Orichalcos Disks exist?) and that the cards themselves are what cause them to work. * ThePowerOfFriendship: Going by the movie title, is this really a surprise?
7th Feb '15 11:16:18 PM HereIComeToSaveTheDay
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* Retcon: The point in time where Paradox kills Pegasus is supposedly set immediately before ''Duel Monsters'' makes its official debut. However, Yugi is seen wearing a Duel Disk (needed so he can Duel Paradox), despite the fact that, in the original ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series, Duel Disks were not invented until long after ''Duel Monsters'' became a fad.
17th Jan '15 10:56:50 AM EarlRatliff1
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Rescinded the "New Rules" entry about Stardust Dragon - turns out its being revived and returning to Yusei was entirely within the IRL rules.
* NewRulesAsThePlotDemands: The movie ignores many rules of the real life game. ** Paradox summons more than one Malefic monster on the field, despite you can control only one Malefic monster on your field, and only that monster can attack. Paradox has two in his second and third turn, and then even ''four'' of them in his fourth turn.
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* NewRulesAsThePlotDemands: The movie ignores many rules of the real life game. game. (This is in part because many cards used in the movie were not yet printed IRL.) ** Paradox summons often controls more than one Malefic monster on the field, despite at a time. IRL, you can control only one Malefic monster on your field, at a time, and only that monster can attack. Paradox has two in his second and third turn, and then even ''four'' of them in his fourth turn.

** Yusei activating Stardust Dragon's effect. Since it's stolen and used by Paradox, it should be revive on ''his'' field, but Stardust Dragon comes back on Yusei's side.
5th Dec '14 1:03:41 AM MajinAkuma
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* BatmanGambit: Yugi pulls one [[spoiler:to save Starlight Dragon, attempting to snag Sin Starlight Dragon through a Trap Card via the Black Magician duo and when Paradox activates a power on said Sin Monster, it turns right towards Starlight Dragon.]]
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* BatmanGambit: Yugi pulls one [[spoiler:to save Starlight Stardust Dragon, attempting to snag Sin Starlight Paradox Dragon through a Trap Card via the Black Magician duo and when Paradox activates a power on said Sin Monster, it turns right towards Starlight Stardust Dragon.]]
5th Dec '14 1:01:55 AM MajinAkuma
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Shin Yoshida, the screenwriter of the movie and one of the series compositors of the three series, stated that Paradox's true character will be revealed in the future episodes of 5D's. [[spoiler: Paradox finally made a cameo in the main series, as of Episode 135 of 5D's.]]
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Shin Yoshida, the screenwriter of the movie and one of the series compositors of the three series, stated that Paradox's true character will be revealed in the future episodes of 5D's. [[spoiler: Paradox finally made a cameo in the main series, as of Episode 135 of 5D's.]] 5D's.

* CityOfCanals: Paradox attacks Jaden in Venice (more specifically, St. Mark's Square) when the latter goes there to investigate a local issue.
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* CityOfCanals: Paradox attacks Jaden Judai in Venice (more specifically, St. Mark's Square) when the latter goes there to investigate a local issue.

* CoolBike: Paradox's Duel Runner is capable of [[TimeMachine time travel]] and [[TransformingMecha transformation]]. And it actually looks like something which would complain about being a motorbike in the first place.
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* CoolBike: Paradox's Duel Runner D-Wheel is capable of [[TimeMachine time travel]] and [[TransformingMecha transformation]]. And it actually looks like something which would complain about being a motorbike in the first place.

* FishOutOfTemporalWater: Yusei ends up in Jaden's time first, then both of them eventually wind up in Yugi's time. Jaden gushes at Yusei's Duel Runner, and later on both Jaden and Yugi are amazed at Yusei's Synchro Summon.
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* FishOutOfTemporalWater: Yusei ends up in Jaden's Judai's time first, then both of them eventually wind up in Yugi's time. Jaden Judai gushes at Yusei's Duel Runner, D-Wheel, and later on both Jaden Judai and Yugi are amazed at Yusei's Synchro Summon.

* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Jaden provides a [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/JuudaiV.jpg truly spectacular example]], although the British audience would more likely get it. (For those not living in the United Kingdom, TheOtherWiki has an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_sign#V_sign_as_an_insult explanation]].)
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Jaden Judai provides a [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/JuudaiV.jpg truly spectacular example]], although the British audience would more likely get it. (For those not living in the United Kingdom, TheOtherWiki has an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_sign#V_sign_as_an_insult explanation]].)

** [[spoiler: Yusei himself has a pretty bad one that pushes him to the brink of surrender, coaxed back only by Yugi and Jaden, it may or may not have to do with him seen struggling to be on the other side of Stardust from the 5D's openings.]]
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** [[spoiler: Yusei himself has a pretty bad one that pushes him to the brink of surrender, coaxed back only by Yugi and Jaden, Judai, it may or may not have to do with him seen struggling to be on the other side of Stardust from the 5D's openings.]]

* {{Keigo}}: Yusei, who usually speaks rather informally, uses this when talking to Yugi and Jaden. * InMediasRes: The movie starts in Venice, where Paradox is attacking Jaden with his dragons. * LateArrivalSpoiler: The trailers for the Japanese version of the movie spoiled for the dub viewers at the time that Jaden [[spoiler:fused with Yubel and gained his/her powers]] and Yusei [[spoiler:became the owner of the Dragon Head birthmark]].
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* {{Keigo}}: Yusei, who usually speaks rather informally, uses this when talking to Yugi and Jaden. Judai. * InMediasRes: The movie starts in Venice, where Paradox is attacking Jaden Judai with his dragons. * LateArrivalSpoiler: The trailers for the Japanese version of the movie spoiled for the dub viewers at the time that Jaden [[spoiler:fused Judai fused with Yubel and gained his/her powers]] and Yusei [[spoiler:became became the owner of the Dragon Head birthmark]].birthmark.

* LeParkour: Jaden, somehow managing to get from the top of a column in St. Mark's Square to the roof of a nearby building to avoid the attacks of Rainbow Dragon and Cyber End Dragon. --> '''Jaden''' ([[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Abridged]]): Well, it's a good think I play a lot of AssassinsCreed.
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* LeParkour: Jaden, Judai, somehow managing to get from the top of a column in St. Mark's Square to the roof of a nearby building to avoid the attacks of Rainbow Dragon and Cyber End Dragon. --> '''Jaden''' '''Judai''' ([[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Abridged]]): Well, it's a good think I play a lot of AssassinsCreed.

* AMillionIsAStatistic: [[spoiler:The protagonists are upset by the deaths of Pegasus and Solomon Mutou, and to a lesser extent, everyone who died to Paradox's attack. To Paradox, on the other hand, the entire massacre was a trivial step to further his experiment. Considering he really didn't care about destroying Venice just to get Jaden, it's no surprise.]]
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* AMillionIsAStatistic: [[spoiler:The protagonists are upset by the deaths of Pegasus and Solomon Mutou, and to a lesser extent, everyone who died to Paradox's attack. To Paradox, on the other hand, the entire massacre was a trivial step to further his experiment. Considering he really didn't care about destroying Venice just to get Jaden, Judai, it's no surprise.]]

* OffModel: Not present in the movie itself (which is animated beautifully) but 4kids did this with the [[http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Yu-Gi-Oh-The-Movie-Bonds-Beyond-Time-3D-Blu-ray/22079/ English Blu-ray cover of the movie]] (hint: look at Jaden's legs).
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* OffModel: Not present in the movie itself (which is animated beautifully) but 4kids did this with the [[http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Yu-Gi-Oh-The-Movie-Bonds-Beyond-Time-3D-Blu-ray/22079/ English Blu-ray cover of the movie]] (hint: look at Jaden's Judai's legs).

** To a lesser extent, the three protagonists' Duel Disks. Yugi's Battle City disk, Jaden's Duel Academy disk, and the disk from Yusei's D-Wheel all work flawlessly with each other.
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** To a lesser extent, the three protagonists' Duel Disks. Yugi's Battle City disk, Jaden's Judai's Duel Academy disk, and the disk from Yusei's D-Wheel all work flawlessly with each other.

--> '''Jaden:''' (eyes glowing) "Paradox, get ready to get your game on!" --> '''Yusei:''' (Signer Mark glowing) "Your twisted time crusade ends here. Let's rev it up!" --> '''Yugi:''' (transformed) "I have just one thing to say to you, Paradox. It's time to duel!"
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--> '''Jaden:''' '''Judai''': (eyes glowing) "Paradox, get ready to get your game on!" --> on!"\\ '''Yusei:''' (Signer Mark glowing) "Your twisted time crusade ends here. Let's rev it up!" --> up!"\\ '''Yugi:''' (transformed) "I have just one thing to say to you, Paradox. It's time to duel!"

* RaceAgainstTheClock: [[spoiler:The protagonists not only try to beat Paradox before Pegasus arrives at Domino City for his event after the Crimson Dragon gave everyone one more chance, but also before reality is destroyed.]]
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* RaceAgainstTheClock: [[spoiler:The The protagonists not only try to beat Paradox before Pegasus arrives at Domino City for his event after the Crimson Dragon gave everyone one more chance, but also before reality is destroyed.]]

* SpotlightStealingCrossover: This movie crosses over the then three ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' series, but the story mostly focuses on Yusei and the cast of 5Ds with all the supporting cast appearing. The plot mostly takes place in the time of the original Yu-Gi-Oh series but GX gets the shaft with Jaden being the only (living and/or human) character to appear and his section takes place in Venice rather than anywhere from his life. * SurrealThemeTune[=/=]ThematicThemeTune: makemagic. One half could be called as relevant to the movie, but the other half of the song is rather rife with romantic overtones, with the chorus being about the singer wanting to take someone in their arms. It is an especially odd case because Atsushi Tamura himself mentioned that he deliberately wrote the song to be in vibe with the movie.
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* SpotlightStealingCrossover: This movie crosses over the then three ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' series, but the story mostly focuses on Yusei and the cast of 5Ds with all the supporting cast appearing. The plot mostly takes place in the time of the original Yu-Gi-Oh series but GX gets the shaft with Jaden Judai being the only (living and/or human) character to appear and his section takes place in Venice rather than anywhere from his life. * SurrealThemeTune[=/=]ThematicThemeTune: makemagic.''makemagic''. One half could be called as relevant to the movie, but the other half of the song is rather rife with romantic overtones, with the chorus being about the singer wanting to take someone in their arms. It is an especially odd case because Atsushi Tamura himself mentioned that he deliberately wrote the song to be in vibe with the movie.

* TimeTravelTenseTrouble: Yusei telling Jaden what's happening [[HowDoIUsedTense right now in the future]]. The three protagonists are also confused when all three of them come together. * TimeyWimeyBall: The rules of time travel in the movie are very difficult to place. Jaden's trump card, Elemental Hero Neos, disappears when Paradox jumps back to Yugi's time, presumably because Paradox prevented the future in which Neos would exist. Without having stopped Paradox yet, Jaden gets Neos back by jumping to a time before Paradox changes history, despite the fact that Neos (and the bulk of Yusei and Jaden's cards) wouldn't have existed in that time anyways.
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* TimeTravelTenseTrouble: Yusei telling Jaden Judai what's happening [[HowDoIUsedTense right now in the future]]. The three protagonists are also confused when all three of them come together. * TimeyWimeyBall: The rules of time travel in the movie are very difficult to place. Jaden's Judai's trump card, Elemental Hero HERO Neos, disappears when Paradox jumps back to Yugi's time, presumably because Paradox prevented the future in which Neos would exist. Without having stopped Paradox yet, Jaden Judai gets Neos back by jumping to a time before Paradox changes history, despite the fact that Neos (and the bulk of Yusei and Jaden's Judai's cards) wouldn't have existed in that time anyways.

* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Only Stardust Dragon's capture was shown on-screen, how Paradox obtained the other dragons was never shown. Jaden calls out Paradox on stealing Rainbow Dragon from Johan, but the plot point was never elaborated on, and the fate of the cards' original owners is not known. When one considers Paradox's methods, it couldn't have been very pleasant. ** Additionally, [[spoiler: ZONE, Antinomy, and Aporia are nowhere to be seen in Paradox's future. While this may have been justified in the theater release due to spoilers for 5D's, it doesn't for the DVD release.]]
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Only Stardust Dragon's capture was shown on-screen, how Paradox obtained the other dragons was never shown. Jaden Judai calls out Paradox on stealing Rainbow Dragon from Johan, but the plot point was never elaborated on, and the fate of the cards' original owners is not known. When one considers Paradox's methods, it couldn't have been very pleasant. ** Additionally, [[spoiler: ZONE, [[spoiler:Z-One, Antinomy, and Aporia are nowhere to be seen in Paradox's future. While this may have been justified in the theater release due to spoilers for 5D's, it doesn't for the DVD release.]]
10th Oct '14 10:22:28 AM Dracoblade
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** Actually, if you look at it from another viewpoint, it [[FridgeBrilliance makes sense.]] They traveled back in time to a point before the timeline changed, so their cards returned to the way they would be created as the original history states. *** But "the future" of "the past" they travelled to would still be Paradox changing it. So "their future" would include said travel, which implies they shouldn't exist.
20th Sep '14 1:12:36 AM Scabbard
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* INeverSaidItWasPoison: [[spoiler: Yugi activates a spell card that allows him to take control of one of Paradox's two dragons,. Paradox, in return, activates a trap to prevent it from working against Sin Paradox Dragon, the larger, nastier of the pair...just in time to find out that Yugi was going after the other one, Sin Stardust Dragon, the whole time. (Seems to be a problem a number of Yugi's foes run into!)]]
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* INeverSaidItWasPoison: [[spoiler: Yugi activates a spell card that allows him to take control of one of Paradox's two dragons,. Paradox, in return, activates a trap to prevent it from working against Sin Paradox Dragon, the larger, nastier of the pair... just in time to find out that Yugi was going after the other one, Sin Stardust Dragon, the whole time. (Seems to be a problem a number of Yugi's foes run into!)]]
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