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30th Jun '16 1:09:22 AM morenohijazo
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* BeastInTheMaze: The three-part duel with the Paradox Brothers is all about this.
24th Jun '16 9:01:40 PM nombretomado
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* DubNameChange: The dub was done by FourKidsEntertainment, after all. Jonouchi becomes "Joey," Anzu becomes "Tea," Honda becomes "Tristan," Shizuka becomes "Serenity," Mai's last name changes from Kujaku to Valentine, Dinosaur Ryuzaki becomes "Rex Raptor," etc. Some card names were also changed, for example, Black Magician being renamed to Dark Magician (and the same for the card's female counterpart, Black Magician Girl to Dark Magician Girl) and its corresponding attack card, Black Magic, being renamed to Dark Magic Attack.

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* DubNameChange: The dub was done by FourKidsEntertainment, Creator/FourKidsEntertainment, after all. Jonouchi becomes "Joey," Anzu becomes "Tea," Honda becomes "Tristan," Shizuka becomes "Serenity," Mai's last name changes from Kujaku to Valentine, Dinosaur Ryuzaki becomes "Rex Raptor," etc. Some card names were also changed, for example, Black Magician being renamed to Dark Magician (and the same for the card's female counterpart, Black Magician Girl to Dark Magician Girl) and its corresponding attack card, Black Magic, being renamed to Dark Magic Attack.
15th Jun '16 3:19:56 AM nngnna
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Japanese!Kaiba:''' One day, I will invite you [to Kaiba Land].

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Japanese!Kaiba:''' '''Japanese!Kaiba:''' One day, I will invite you [to Kaiba Land].
30th May '16 6:19:28 PM bt8257
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** In Joey's duel with Solomon/Granpa: [[Series/FamilyFeud "Survey Says!"]].

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** In Joey's duel with Solomon/Granpa: Solomon/Grandpa: [[Series/FamilyFeud "Survey Says!"]].[[note]] This is also a BeamMeUpScotty, as the correct version is "Survey ''said''".[[/note]]
27th May '16 9:47:16 AM lalalei2001
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%% * OvertookTheManga

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%% * OvertookTheMangaOvertookTheManga: The Virtual World, Doma, and KC Grand Prix arcs were made because of this trope; the anime overtook the manga and had to create original content while they waited to catch up.
27th May '16 2:11:05 AM lalalei2001
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* AttemptedRape: In a flashback, Anzu is lured into a gym hall where a creepy gym teacher with a camera was waiting to blackmail her for going to work at Burger World against school rules. Luckily like the manga where Dark Yugi challenges both of the equivalent assailants to Shadow Games and inflicted Penalty Games on them, Yugi arrives on time and Dark Yugi emerges to play a "draw the stronger Duel Monster" Shadow Game and gives the pervert a "Mind Crush" Penalty Game. In the dub, the camera (and shots of Anzu's thighs) were edited out, and she's assaulted by a mugger instead.

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* AttemptedRape: In a flashback, Anzu is lured into a gym hall where a creepy gym teacher with a camera was waiting to blackmail her for going to work at Burger World against school rules. Luckily like the manga where Dark Yugi challenges both of the equivalent assailants to Shadow Games and inflicted Penalty Games on them, Yugi arrives on time and Dark Yugi emerges to play a "draw the stronger Duel Monster" Shadow Game and gives the pervert a "Mind Crush" Penalty Game. In the dub, the camera (and shots of Anzu's thighs) were edited out, and she's assaulted by a mugger instead.



* BaitAndSwitchCredits: The final opening for the Millennium World arc ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzUnfSCn-Dw "Overlap"]]). [[spoiler: Aside from Kaiba's presence in the opening and a couple of {{Adaptation Dye Job}}s/Dark Yugi-tallness, the opening is actually more faithful to the manga version then the anime version. For example, there is toothless Ra (anime Ra had teeth, manga Ra did not) and has the main characters where their school uniforms while in Egypt (they wore different clothes in the anime). The opening even lacks the Ancient Egyptian Duel Disks that the priests had in the anime but didn't have in the manga.]]

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* BaitAndSwitchCredits: The final opening for the Millennium World arc ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzUnfSCn-Dw "Overlap"]]). [[spoiler: Aside from Kaiba's presence in the opening and a couple of {{Adaptation Dye Job}}s/Dark Yugi-tallness, the opening is actually more faithful to the manga version then than the anime version. For example, there is toothless Ra (anime Ra had teeth, manga Ra did not) and has anime, lacking the main characters where their school uniforms while in Egypt (they wore different clothes in the anime). The opening even lacks the Ancient Egyptian Duel Disks diadhanks that the priests had in the anime but didn't have in the manga.]]



** Of the manga: skipping approximately the first seven volumes of Dark Yugi challenging bullies/criminals to Shadow Games and inflicting Penalty Games (a flashback replaces Dark Yugi's infamous "One Finger Battle" game with "[[MerchandiseDriven Draw the strongest Duel Monsters card]]"), disregarding Kaiba's death-themed amusement park, changing the few of Dark Yugi's Penalty Games that they're willing to show into kid-friendly "Mind Crushes," etc. -- among other things. Duelist Kingdom, DDD, and Millennium World get most of this treatment, whereas Battle City gets less of it (most of it comes from Dark Marik).
** The English dubbed anime is this to the above, notably in Battle City. Marik's rare hunters can't invoke shadow games since they don't have millennium items and instead set up elaborate death traps. The English dub insisted that they were shadow games ''anyway'', thereby opening up a number of massive plot holes.

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** Of the manga: skipping approximately the first seven volumes of Dark Yugi challenging bullies/criminals to Shadow Games and inflicting Penalty Games (a flashback replaces Dark Yugi's infamous "One Finger Battle" game with "[[MerchandiseDriven Draw the strongest Duel Monsters card]]"), Games, disregarding Kaiba's death-themed amusement park, and changing the few of Dark Yugi's Penalty Games that they're willing to show into kid-friendly "Mind Crushes," etc. -- among other things. Duelist Kingdom, DDD, and Millennium World get most of this treatment, whereas Battle City gets less of it (most of it comes from Dark Marik).
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** The English dubbed anime is this to the above, notably in Battle City. Marik's rare hunters Rare Hunters can't invoke shadow games since they don't have millennium items and instead set up elaborate death traps. The English dub insisted that they were shadow games ''anyway'', thereby opening up a number had most of massive plot holes.them be Shadow Games anyway thanks to Marik.



* BrokenBridge: The only thing that keeps Marik from interfering in the events of [[StealthPun Noah's Arc]] is... a locked door. Although, he does manage to blow up Noah's control system.

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* BrokenBridge: The only thing that keeps Marik from interfering in the events of [[StealthPun Noah's Arc]] arc is... a locked door. Although, he does manage to blow up Noah's control system.



* DeadManWriting: Subverted with Pegasus in the Doma filler saga. [[spoiler: He isn't dead, merely comatose due to his soul being removed.]] However, one could bring up the manga here...

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* DeadManWriting: Subverted with Pegasus in the Doma filler saga. [[spoiler: He isn't dead, merely comatose due to his soul being removed.]] However, one could bring up the manga here...removed]].



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Duelist Kingdom uses completely different rules (if there even ''are'' any, with the series often functioning with NewRulesAsThePlotDemands) than later arcs, playing more like an RPG than a trading card game. There are too many to list, but examples include Yugi being able to "beach" Mako's sea creatures, being able to target separate ''parts'' of monsters, attacks being able to "miss," etc. The rules of the Duel Monsters TCG weren't really made yet when Duelist Kingdom happened in the manga, which the anime mostly follows.
** Later seasons bring the rules in closer with the real-life card game. Before Duelist Kingdom, the source material [[Manga/YuGiOh manga]] doesn't have as many instances of the Duel Monsters game, and overall, the entire manga in general is much darker; for example, IronicHell as the consequence for whoever loses Dark Yugi's Shadow Games or any of the villains. In comparison, this anime adaptation and its spin-offs are much lighter.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Duelist Kingdom uses completely different rules (if there even ''are'' any, with the series often functioning with NewRulesAsThePlotDemands) than later arcs, playing more like an RPG than a trading card game. There are too many to list, but examples include Yugi being able to "beach" Mako's sea creatures, being able to target separate ''parts'' of monsters, attacks being able to "miss," etc. The rules of the Duel Monsters TCG weren't really made yet when Duelist Kingdom happened in the manga, which the anime mostly follows.
**
follows. Later seasons bring the rules in closer with the real-life card game. Before Duelist Kingdom, the source material [[Manga/YuGiOh manga]] doesn't have as many instances of the Duel Monsters game, and overall, the entire manga in general is much darker; for example, IronicHell as the consequence for whoever loses Dark Yugi's Shadow Games or any of the villains. In comparison, this anime adaptation and its spin-offs are much lighter.game.



* {{Earworm}}: The Japanese openings and endings. The biggest offender is Rakuen from season 3.
** Shuffle and Overlap count as big offenders too - the former's very catchy and the latter is just damn awesome.



** SixthRanger - Bakura in the first season (being demoted from a main role and SmartGuy status he had in the manga), Ryuji Otogi (Duke) in later seasons.

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** SixthRanger - Bakura in the first season (being demoted from a main role and SmartGuy status he had in the manga), season, Ryuji Otogi (Duke) in later seasons.



** The whole reason [[spoiler:Thief King Bakura]] tried to take over the world in the first place is because he saw [[spoiler:the Kul Elna massacre]] first-hand and was its only survivor.
*** And yet, the [[spoiler:Bakura]] who wanted to rule the world actually isn't [[spoiler:Thief King Bakura]], but instead [[spoiler:Zorc taking over Bakura's body]]. Nothing makes sense.
*** It's worth noting that [[Manga/YuGiOh in the manga]], it's understood that [[spoiler:Dark Bakura is the Thief King whose soul was consumed by the essence of Zorc Necophades]].

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** The whole reason [[spoiler:Thief King Bakura]] tried to take over the world in the first place is because he saw [[spoiler:the Kul Elna massacre]] first-hand and was its only survivor.
*** And yet, the [[spoiler:Bakura]] who wanted to rule the world actually isn't [[spoiler:Thief King Bakura]], but instead [[spoiler:Zorc taking over Bakura's body]]. Nothing makes sense.
*** It's worth noting that [[Manga/YuGiOh in the manga]], it's understood that [[spoiler:Dark Bakura is the Thief King whose soul was consumed by the essence of Zorc Necophades]].
survivor, thus making a deal with [[spoiler:Zorc]] for power.



* IdiotBall: In the first ever duel between Joey and Kaiba, Joey's entire strategy could be summed up as "summon monster to attack." He apparently forgets that his monsters aren't nearly strong enough to beat Kaiba's, but he just keeps summoning them and having them attack Kaiba's monsters, so they're destroyed instantly and cost him points. He never shows this level of stupidity in any duel before or after this. Justified in that he is unfamiliar with the Duel Disk technology and doesn't know how to set monsters in defense mode.[[note]]This may be more justified in the manga, where the duel is shown through a montage instead of mapping out every move.[[/note]]

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* IdiotBall: In the first ever duel between Joey and Kaiba, Joey's entire strategy could be summed up as "summon monster to attack." He apparently forgets that his monsters aren't nearly strong enough to beat Kaiba's, but he just keeps summoning them and having them attack Kaiba's monsters, so they're destroyed instantly and cost him points. He never shows this level of stupidity in any duel before or after this. Justified in that he is unfamiliar with the Duel Disk technology and doesn't know how to set monsters in defense mode. [[note]]This may be more justified in the manga, where the duel is shown through a montage instead of mapping out every move.[[/note]]



* KarmaHoudini: Ushio, compared to the original manga. In the anime, nothing is really mentioned on what happened to him after the flashback to the scene where he beat Yugi and his friends up. The dub does add in a very quick line where school authorities found out about him and properly punished him, but the original version never says anything beyond that, arguably implying he got off completely scot-free for what he did.
%% * TheKidWithTheRemoteControl: In the Toei anime Capmon story, [[spoiler: Haiyama manipulates Kujirada into doing his bidding ]]

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* KarmaHoudini: Ushio, compared to the original manga. In the anime, nothing is really mentioned on what happened to him after the flashback to the scene where he beat Yugi and his friends up. The dub does add in a very quick line where school authorities found out about him and properly punished expelled him, but the original version never says anything beyond that, arguably implying he got off completely scot-free for what he did.
%% * TheKidWithTheRemoteControl: In the Toei anime Capmon story, [[spoiler: Haiyama manipulates Kujirada into doing his bidding ]]
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%% * OrgasmicallyDelicious: Bakura's steak, [[http://kokorononaka.net/FAQ/v23-143s.jpg in the manga]]. In the anime, it was more CrazyConsumption.



* PantyShot: Joey and Tristan randomly lifting up Tea's skirt in class and yelling "Panty tank!"
** Also in Season 0, Joey uses a Yo-Yo to accidentally cause a dangerous flurry of wind toward Anzu and Miho.



* PhantomZonePicture: Pegasus gives Seto and Mokuba Penalty Games, which involve their souls getting trapped into blank cards. In the anime, this also includes Yugi's grandfather (who gets his soul sealed into a video tape instead in the manga).

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* PhantomZonePicture: Pegasus gives Seto and Mokuba Penalty Games, which involve their souls getting trapped into blank cards. In the anime, this also includes Yugi's grandfather (who gets his soul sealed into a video tape instead in the manga).grandfather.



* PlotTumor: The ultimate one, possibly. Originally, the manga ''was not about any specific game'', much less a single card game. He's supposed to be the King of Game'''s'''.
** Arguably lampshaded in The Abridged Series. Yugi is just referred to as "The King Of Card Games".

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* PlotTumor: The ultimate one, possibly. Originally, the manga ''was was not about any specific game'', game, much less a single card game. He's supposed to be the King of Game'''s'''.
here non-Duel Monsters games are few and far between.
** Arguably lampshaded Lampshaded in The Abridged Series. Yugi is just referred to as "The King Of Card Games".



** The ''Dungeon Dice Monsters'' arc (originally called ''Dragons, Dice & Dungeons'' in the Japanese manga) is retooled from a plot-relevant arc regarding Yugi's development with no relation to Duel Monsters to a {{Filler}} arc whose game has a big influence from the card game (Any plot progress is moved to the next episode about Yugi dueling a possessed Bandit Keith in an AbandonedWarehouse). The same also applies to Duke Devlin. In the manga he is a troubled child who is purposely raised by his father to become a TykeBomb, having a HeelFaceTurn because he doesn't hate Yugi as much as his father. In the anime, he is a fanboy of Pegasus who challenges Yugi to a duel because he believes Yugi won by cheating. He changed his ways because he realized that he acted like a dick to Yugi and his friends.

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** The ''Dungeon Dice Monsters'' arc (originally called ''Dragons, Dice & Dungeons'' in the Japanese manga) is retooled from a plot-relevant arc regarding Yugi's development with no relation to Duel Monsters to a {{Filler}} arc whose game has a big influence from the card game (Any plot progress is moved to the next episode about Yugi dueling a possessed Bandit Keith in an AbandonedWarehouse).game. The same also applies to Duke Devlin. In the manga he is a troubled child who is purposely raised by his father to become a TykeBomb, having a HeelFaceTurn because he doesn't hate Yugi as much as his father. In the anime, he is a fanboy of Pegasus who challenges Yugi to a duel because he believes Yugi won by cheating. He changed his ways because he realized that he acted like a dick to Yugi and his friends.



** Dark Bakura uses his Millennium Ring to [[spoiler:summon monsters and activate Duel Monsters cards outside of a duel, and sic them on some Mooks]]. Note that these are anime-only and do not exist in the original manga (where the Millennium Ring's main power is to turn objects into his soul jars).



** Bakura is rarely seen after Duelist Kingdom (not counting the appearances of the spirit of the Ring using his body).
** Bandit Keith in the anime, who, after losing his duel with Yugi, is never mentioned in the story again.

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** Bakura is rarely seen after Duelist Kingdom (not counting the appearances of the spirit of the Ring using his body).
doesn't appear in any anime-original arc.
** Bandit Keith in the anime, Keith, who, after losing his duel with Yugi, is never mentioned in the story again.



* SocialServicesDoesNotExist: Story of the Kaiba brothers' life. Also, the manga implies that Bakura lives all alone, though that's more of a self-imposed exile by Bakura because Very Bad Things keep happening to people around him. At the very least, he still [[spoiler:writes letters to his dead mother and sister]] and keeps in contact with his father.

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* SocialServicesDoesNotExist: Story of the Kaiba brothers' life. Also, the manga implies that Bakura lives all alone, though that's more of a self-imposed exile by Bakura because Very Bad Things keep happening to people around him. At the very least, he still [[spoiler:writes letters to his dead mother and sister]] and keeps in contact with his father.



** Averted by both Marik/Yami Marik and [[spoiler:Zorc]] in the Japanese versions. Marik merely wants to torment the Pharaoh's spirit as part of revenge and Yami Marik wishes to torture and kill [[OmnicidalManiac every living thing on the planet]]. [[spoiler:Zorc is just an evil demon fueled by the rage of the people sacrificed to create him, making him want to destroy everything]]. Even Yami Bakura's motives are unclear and don't really seem to involve wanting to take over the world in the Japanese version. It eventually becomes clear that he really just seemed to subconsciously desire to collect the Items throughout the manga so he can [[spoiler:revive Zorc]].

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** Averted by both Marik/Yami Marik and [[spoiler:Zorc]] in the Japanese versions. Marik merely wants to torment the Pharaoh's spirit as part of revenge and Yami Marik wishes to torture and kill [[OmnicidalManiac every living thing on the planet]]. [[spoiler:Zorc is just an evil demon fueled by the rage of the people sacrificed to create him, making him want to destroy everything]]. Even Yami Bakura's motives are unclear and don't really seem to involve wanting to take over the world in the Japanese version. It eventually becomes clear that he really just seemed to subconsciously desire to collect the Items throughout the manga so he can [[spoiler:revive Zorc]].



* WelcomeToCorneria: Both virtual realities suffer from this, despite how fleshed-out everything else in them is. {{Deconstructed|Trope}} in the latter, since Noah spent ''years'' trapped in his world and was driven mad by this.

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* WelcomeToCorneria: Both virtual realities suffer from this, despite how fleshed-out everything else in them is. {{Deconstructed|Trope}} in the latter, since Noah spent ''years'' trapped in his world and was driven mad by this.everyone saying the same lines.



* WhatTheHellHero: Rebecca does this to Yami when his reckless use of the Seal of Orichalchos results in Yugi losing his soul. Heck, even WEEVIL does this effectively, pointing out that although he might be an asshole, at least he didn't knowingly endanger his friend simply to win.

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* WhatTheHellHero: Rebecca does this to Yami when his reckless use of the Seal of Orichalchos results in Yugi losing his soul. Heck, even WEEVIL Even Weevil does this effectively, pointing out that although he might be an asshole, at least he didn't knowingly endanger his friend simply to win.



* WithFriendsLikeThese: Jonouchi is often the subject of mistreatment from Anzu and Honda, particularly in filler arcs. It reaches egregious levels in Dungeon Dice Monsters and the KC Grand Prix.
* WokFu: Yugi faces off against Vivian Wong inside a Chinese restaurant. His friends get distracted from their usual PowerOfFriendship cheerleading routine by all the food.

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* WithFriendsLikeThese: Jonouchi is often the subject of mistreatment from Anzu and Honda, particularly in filler arcs. It reaches egregious levels in Dungeon Dice Monsters and the KC Grand Prix.
Prix--though they support him just as often, particularly in the manga-adapted arcs and the Virtual World.
* WokFu: Yugi faces off against Vivian Wong inside a Chinese restaurant. His friends get distracted from their usual PowerOfFriendship cheerleading routine by all the food.
27th May '16 1:14:37 AM lalalei2001
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* TruthInTelevision: Pegasus's Toon cards are said by Yugi to be kept out of circulation for being too powerful, but Pegasus is the creator of the game so he kept them for himself. The Seal of Orichalcos, a GameBreaker if there ever was one, exists in real life and is limited to a few copies that were used by members of Upper Deck's R&D department in a special tournament.
** Until years later, when it got an official release to the public!

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* TruthInTelevision: Pegasus's Toon cards are said by Yugi to be kept out of circulation for being too powerful, but Pegasus is the creator of the game so he kept them for himself. The Seal of Orichalcos, a GameBreaker if there ever was one, exists in real life and is limited to a few copies that were used by members of Upper Deck's R&D department in a special tournament.
** Until
tournament until years later, when it got an official release to the public!public.



** Also, the last time we saw Bones and his friends, they were put into the Shadow Realm by Yami Bakura. Nobody ever rescues them. Maybe Zorc's ultimate defeat released them.
** That's the dub. They're dead in the original Japanese version ([[Manga/YuGiOh and in the manga]]).

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** Also, the last time we saw Bones and his friends, they were put into the Shadow Realm by Yami Bakura. Nobody ever rescues them. Maybe Zorc's ultimate defeat released them.
** That's the dub.
They're dead in the original Japanese version ([[Manga/YuGiOh and in the manga]]).version.



* WithFriendsLikeThese: [[http://ygocanonshuffle.wordpress.com/2011/09/21/dm-episodes-1112-jonouchi-haaaaaaaaaaaaan/ Anzu and Honda are complete assholes to Jonouchi in the anime]].

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* WithFriendsLikeThese: [[http://ygocanonshuffle.wordpress.com/2011/09/21/dm-episodes-1112-jonouchi-haaaaaaaaaaaaan/ Jonouchi is often the subject of mistreatment from Anzu and Honda are complete assholes to Jonouchi Honda, particularly in filler arcs. It reaches egregious levels in Dungeon Dice Monsters and the anime]].KC Grand Prix.
21st May '16 7:17:34 PM yuugame
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There are a huge number of video games based on the anime and manga. It also spawned a movie called ''[[Anime/YuGiOhTheMoviePyramidOfLight The Pyramid of Light]]''. This version of Yugi and his alter ego return in the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'' that [[BatFamilyCrossover teams him up with Jaden and Yusei.]] ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' was written to take place six months after the manga continuity in the Japanese version, but takes place six months after the anime in the West and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi.

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There are a huge number of video games based on the anime and manga. It also spawned a movie called ''[[Anime/YuGiOhTheMoviePyramidOfLight The Pyramid of Light]]''. This version of Yugi and his alter ego return in the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'' that [[BatFamilyCrossover teams him up with Jaden and Yusei.]] ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' was written to take place six months after the manga continuity in the Japanese version, but takes place six months a year after the anime in the West and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi.
21st May '16 7:17:07 PM yuugame
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There are a huge number of video games based on the anime and manga. It also spawned a movie called ''[[Anime/YuGiOhTheMoviePyramidOfLight The Pyramid of Light]]''. This version of Yugi and his alter ego return in the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'' that [[BatFamilyCrossover teams him up with Jaden and Yusei.]] ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' takes place six months after the anime in the West and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi.

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There are a huge number of video games based on the anime and manga. It also spawned a movie called ''[[Anime/YuGiOhTheMoviePyramidOfLight The Pyramid of Light]]''. This version of Yugi and his alter ego return in the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'' that [[BatFamilyCrossover teams him up with Jaden and Yusei.]] ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' was written to take place six months after the manga continuity in the Japanese version, but takes place six months after the anime in the West and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi.
15th May '16 12:27:23 AM lalalei2001
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There are a huge number of video games based on the anime and manga. It also spawned a movie called ''[[Anime/YuGiOhTheMoviePyramidOfLight The Pyramid of Light]]''. This version of Yugi and his alter ego return in the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'' that [[BatFamilyCrossover teams him up with Jaden and Yusei.]]

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There are a huge number of video games based on the anime and manga. It also spawned a movie called ''[[Anime/YuGiOhTheMoviePyramidOfLight The Pyramid of Light]]''. This version of Yugi and his alter ego return in the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'' that [[BatFamilyCrossover teams him up with Jaden and Yusei.]]
]] ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' takes place six months after the anime in the West and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi.
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