History Anime / YuGiOh

2nd Feb '16 1:27:15 PM optomas
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**The English dub actually fixed some plot holes from the original anime: ***In the original, Yugi says that duelists were only allowed to have exactly 40 cards on hand. Yugi lost 3 Exodia cards and gave Time Wizard to Joey, meaning that his deck had 36 cards. This line is absent from the English dub. ***In the original version, Joey tells the Rare Hunter that "only Yugi has Exodia", despite the fact that Yugi lost the Exodia cards in duelist kingdom. In the dub, Joey is just says that Exodia is rare. ***In English dub, a "moan" is added when Pegasus' corpse is shown, explaining how he is alive for season 4 and 5.
28th Jan '16 8:52:35 PM lalalei2001
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** The anime adds several duels not in the manga for Joey, most of which he loses. The most offensive example is in the final filler arc where he loses disgracefully to the effeminate German FillerVillain. *** To make matters more embarrassing, this is the last formal duel Joey ever has in the entire series. ** Mai Valentine/Kujaku. No, seriously. Top-notch duelist who gets seeded off against the most dangerous opponents, eventually becoming {{deconstructed|Trope}} in Season 4: Despite being a very skilled duelist, she keeps going up against super-powerful opponents to show the viewers how hard it'll be for the other heroes to win. On top of [[TraumaCongaLine what Marik does to her]], she starts to have a breakdown over it (to the point of destroying a first-place trophy she just won), and Dartz is able to [[HeelFaceBrainwashing brainwash her over to the villain side]] because of it.
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** The anime adds several duels not in the manga for Joey, most of which he loses. The most offensive example is in the final filler arc where he loses disgracefully to the effeminate German FillerVillain. *** To make matters more embarrassing, this is the last formal duel Joey ever has in the entire series. loses. ** Mai Valentine/Kujaku. No, seriously. Top-notch duelist who gets seeded off against the most dangerous opponents, eventually becoming {{deconstructed|Trope}} in Season 4: 4. Despite being a very skilled duelist, she keeps going up against super-powerful opponents to show the viewers how hard it'll be for the other heroes to win. On top of [[TraumaCongaLine what Marik does to her]], she starts to have a breakdown over it (to the point of destroying a first-place trophy she just won), and Dartz is able to [[HeelFaceBrainwashing brainwash her over to the villain villains' side]] because of it.

** In the first few episodes, the ham isn't as big. The bigger that rivalry gets, the bigger the [[IncomingHam ham]] really gets.

** Used by [[spoiler:Yami]] Marik during his duel with Yami Yugi. Marik manipulates the game so that when a player takes damage to their life points, normal Yugi and [[spoiler: normal Marik]] suffer the damage as well. If Yami Yugi loses the duel, then Yugi is consumed and Marik walks free. However, if Yugi wins then [[spoiler: Yami]] Marik walks free anyway, seeing as his [[spoiler: good half]] is destroyed instead. Subverted at the last minute.
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** Used by [[spoiler:Yami]] Yami Marik during his duel with Yami Yugi. Marik manipulates the game so that when a player takes damage to their life points, normal Yugi and [[spoiler: normal Marik]] suffer the damage as well. If Yami Yugi loses the duel, then Yugi is consumed and Marik walks free. However, if Yugi wins then [[spoiler: Yami]] Yami Marik walks free anyway, seeing as his [[spoiler: his good half]] is destroyed instead. Subverted It's subverted at the last minute.
24th Jan '16 11:47:53 AM Oloneiros
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*** To make matters more embarrassing, this is the last formal duel Joey ever has in the entire series.
17th Jan '16 9:47:04 PM acrobox
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* KingOfThieves: Thief King [[spoiler:Bakura]], [[spoiler:Ryo Bakura]]'s past self. His "King of Thieves" title comes from the "weight" of what he steals. Like other monsters' powers with his "ka", The [[TheHeartless Diabound]], and because he seeks (and even got all) the [[ArtifactOfDoom millennium items]], until he was [[SealedEvilInACan imprisoned into one]] of them, that is.
14th Jan '16 6:50:18 PM TheTropper
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[[caption-width-right:220:The Pharaoh and Yugi.]]
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[[caption-width-right:220:The Pharaoh and Yugi.]] [[caption-width-right:220:Let's Duel!]]
13th Jan '16 12:05:34 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* Expy: At one point, Yugi and Tea go up against a guy (nick)named Johnny Steps at a VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution clone. Doubly hilarious seeing as DDR is also put out by Konami.
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* Expy: [[Expy]]: At one point, Yugi and Tea go up against a guy (nick)named Johnny Steps at a VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution clone. Doubly hilarious seeing as DDR is also put out by Konami.
13th Jan '16 12:03:35 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* Expy: At one point, Yugi and Tea go up against a guy (nick)named Johnny Steps at a VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution clone. Doubly hilarious seeing as DDR is also put out by Konami.
8th Jan '16 12:51:28 PM DrNoPuma
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* FadeAroundTheEyes: Marik does this at the end of his first in-person appearance, as he sends out the Rare Hunters. When he does, he glares at the screen as it fades to black around his PurpleEyes.
31st Dec '15 5:48:57 AM webster24
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** After Noah defeats Kaiba and turns him and Mokuba to stone, Yugi gives one to him before he combines his deck with Kaiba's and resumes the duel, but it's similar to the above and saying why Kaiba is better.
31st Dec '15 12:31:57 AM lalalei2001
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The manga and tabletop game have their own button thing. And stuff.
Loosely following the [[Manga/YuGiOh original manga]] made by Kazuki Takahashi, there were actually two Franchise/YuGiOh anime series: [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries The first anime]], which covers the first seven volumes of the manga (though with ''very'' major changes, including making Kaiba a more frequently recurring villain), which was made by ToeiAnimation; and this one, the second series, ''Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Monsters'', was produced by NAS (animated by Creator/StudioGallop) and is adapted from volume 8 onwards.
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Loosely following the [[Manga/YuGiOh original manga]] made by Kazuki Takahashi, there There were actually two Franchise/YuGiOh anime series: [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries The first anime]], which covers the first seven volumes of the manga (though with ''very'' major changes, including making Kaiba a more frequently recurring villain), which was manga, made by ToeiAnimation; and this one, the second series, ''Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Monsters'', which was produced by NAS (animated NAS, animated by Creator/StudioGallop) Creator/StudioGallop, and is adapted from volume 8 onwards.

The dub is [[http://www.hulu.com/yu-gi-oh available on]] {{Creator/Hulu}} and is now starting [[http://www.netflix.com/WiMovie/70177034?trkid=13462100 to appear on]] Creator/{{Netflix}}. '''For tropes of the original manga, see [[Manga/YuGiOh this page]]. For the card game based on the manga and anime, see ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''.'''
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The dub is [[http://www.hulu.com/yu-gi-oh available on]] {{Creator/Hulu}} {{Creator/Hulu}}, the official Yu-Gi-oh website, and is now starting [[http://www.netflix.com/WiMovie/70177034?trkid=13462100 to appear on]] Creator/{{Netflix}}. '''For tropes of the original manga, see [[Manga/YuGiOh this page]]. For the card game based on the manga and anime, see ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''.''' Creator/{{Netflix}}.

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The dub ** Pandora/Arkana's lover is [[http://www.hulu.com/yu-gi-oh available on]] {{Creator/Hulu}} and is now starting [[http://www.netflix.com/WiMovie/70177034?trkid=13462100 to appear on]] Creator/{{Netflix}}. '''For tropes of the original manga, see [[Manga/YuGiOh this page]]. For the card game based on expanded on; in the manga she was never named and anime, see ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''.''' was a secondary reason for him joining Marik (the first was grief over the death of his mother). In the anime she's given the name Cadeline/Catherine, and his reason for joining Marik revolves around trying to win her back.
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