History Anime / YuGiOh

22nd May '17 5:37:35 PM kingofkatamari
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* TheLoad: Mokuba, Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda are pretty much just around to provide moral support. Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda do get to duel now and then, but it's rare.

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* TheLoad: Mokuba, Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda are More than anyone else, Mokuba is pretty much just around to provide moral support. Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda are lesser examples as they do get to duel now and then, but it's rare.
19th May '17 9:15:33 AM hidrag
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***While the anime has its own continuity, in the manga, Jonouchi didn't specify in which conditions he would take is card back. He only said that it would be when he would become a true duelist which can mean a lot of things.
27th Apr '17 1:32:13 PM EpicLinkSam
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** DORO! MONSTA CARDO!
19th Apr '17 4:24:58 PM lalalei2001
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There were actually two ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' anime series. [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries The first anime]], which adapts the first seven volumes of the [[Manga/YuGiOh manga]], made by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and this one, ''Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Monsters'', which was produced by NAS, animated by Creator/StudioGallop, and is adapted from volume 8 onwards.

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There were actually two ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' anime series. [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries The first anime]], which adapts the first seven volumes of the [[Manga/YuGiOh manga]], made by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and this one, ''Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Monsters'', which was produced by NAS, animated by Creator/StudioGallop, and is generally adapted from volume 8 onwards.



* TheLoad: Mokuba, Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda, who are pretty much just around to provide moral support.

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* LiteralSplitPersonality: Dark Marik started out as Marik's even worse side, but by the end of Battle City he gains a separate soul, kicking his other half out of the body. This comes back to bite him when Marik surrenders their final match, letting him vanish into the shadows while Marik remains unharmed.
* TheLoad: Mokuba, Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda, who Honda are pretty much just around to provide moral support.support. Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda do get to duel now and then, but it's rare.
19th Apr '17 4:21:42 PM lalalei2001
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* JapanesePronouns: The "hosts" (Yugi, Bakura, Marik) always refer to themselves with "boku" while the "spirits" (Yami, Dark Bakura and Dark Marik) exclusively use "ore". (And in Dark Bakura's case, he uses the very arrogant "ore-sama".)
** 4Kids dub as well as some translations of the manga [[LostInTranslation didn't have this]], but in the original manga and anime, the spirits all have exclusive ways to refer to their hosts. Yami calls Yugi "aibou" (partner), Dark Bakura calls Bakura "yadonushi" (landlord), and Dark Marik calls Marik "shujinkaku-sama" (roughly translated "Master Other Personality"). These pronouns also shows their relationships with the hosts: Yami is the only one who treats his host as his friend, while the other two only see their hosts as... well, hosts.

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* JapanesePronouns: JapanesePronouns:
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The "hosts" (Yugi, Bakura, Marik) always refer to themselves with "boku" while the "spirits" (Yami, (Dark Yugi, Dark Bakura and Dark Marik) exclusively use "ore". (And in In Dark Bakura's case, he uses the very arrogant "ore-sama".)
"ore-sama".
** 4Kids dub as well as some translations of the manga [[LostInTranslation didn't have this]], but in the original manga and anime, the spirits The spirits/other selves all have exclusive ways to refer to their hosts. Yami Dark Yugi calls Yugi "aibou" (partner), Dark Bakura calls Bakura "yadonushi" (landlord), and Dark Marik calls Marik "shujinkaku-sama" (roughly translated "Master Other ("Mister Main Personality"). These pronouns also shows their relationships with the hosts: Yami is the only one who treats his host as his friend, while the other two only see their hosts as... well, hosts.
19th Apr '17 4:11:56 PM nurikokairu
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** 4Kids dub as well as some translations of the manga [[LostInTranslation didn't have this]], but in the original manga and anime, the spirits all have exclusive ways to refer to their hosts. Yami calls Yugi "aibou" (partner), Dark Bakura calls Bakura "yadonushi" (landlord), and Dark Marik calls Marik "shujinkaku-sama" (roughly translated "Master Other Personality"). These pronouns also shows their relationships with the hosts: Yami is the only one who treats his host as his friend, while the other two only see their hosts as... well, hosts.
19th Apr '17 3:56:44 PM nurikokairu
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* JapanesePronouns: The "hosts" (Yugi, Bakura, Marik) always refer to themselves with "boku" while the "spirits" (Yami, Dark Bakura and Dark Marik) exclusively use "ore". (And in Dark Bakura's case, he uses the very arrogant "ore-sama".)
16th Apr '17 1:32:32 PM lalalei2001
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* IWillShowYouX: When Honda has an open crush on Jonouchi's sister Shizuka, which Jonouchi is [[BigBrotherInstinct none too pleased about]]. At one point in the English dub, Honda talks about how he's going to visit Serenity (read:hit on her) in the hospital, to which Jonouchi responds "''I'll'' send you to the hospital!"

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* IWillShowYouX: When Honda has and Otogi have an open crush on Jonouchi's sister Shizuka, which Jonouchi is [[BigBrotherInstinct none too pleased about]]. At one point in the English dub, Honda talks about how he's going to visit Serenity (read:hit (read: hit on her) in the hospital, to which Jonouchi responds "''I'll'' send you to the hospital!"



** Kaiba is an IneffectualLoner with a lot of money and a superiority complex.

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** Kaiba is an IneffectualLoner with a lot of money and a superiority complex.complex, fond of insutling whoeevr he comes across.



* JokerJury: In the dub version of the Virtual World arc, Johnson, whose Deckmaster and appearance is that of Judge Man, claims he is putting Jonouchi on trial for gambling.
** He then proceeds to make every trial joke imaginable.

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* JokerJury: In the dub version of the Virtual World arc, Johnson, whose Deckmaster and appearance is that of Judge Man, claims he is putting Jonouchi on trial for gambling.
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gambling. He then proceeds to make every trial joke imaginable.



* KingOfGames: TropeNamer; it's the title the main protagonist has for his mastery of gaming in the original manga. He has some shades of this in the anime, but mostly shows interest in Duel Monsters.
* 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.
* KnightTemplarParent: This is about the nicest description possible for the way Gozaburo Kaiba raised his children, although it was probably really just the company he was worried about.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: Mai does this with Anzu at Duelist Kingdom, and later in the Duelist Kingdom finals when facing Yugi. Both times, she says she doesn't have a monster strong enough to take down what the opponent has on the field.
** ...Though the first time was a lie, essentially [[AvertedTrope averting the trope.]]

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* KillAndReplace: While he started as a split personality, Dark Marik eventually ejects Marik out of his own body and takes it over, attempting to kill him in his final Shadow Game.
* KingOfGames: TropeNamer; it's TropeNamer. This is the title the main protagonist Yami Yugi has for his mastery of gaming in the original manga. He has some shades of this in the anime, but mostly shows interest in Duel Monsters.
gaming.
* KingOfThieves: Thief King [[spoiler:Bakura]], [[spoiler:Ryo Bakura]]'s past self. His Bakura's self-proclaimed "King of Thieves" title comes from the "weight" weight of what he steals. Like other monsters' powers with his "ka", The [[TheHeartless Diabound]], steals, and because he seeks (and even got all) the [[ArtifactOfDoom millennium items]], until he was [[SealedEvilInACan imprisoned into one]] of them, that is.Millennium Items.
* KnightTemplarParent: This is about the nicest description possible for the way Gozaburo Kaiba raised his children, although it was probably really just the company he was worried about.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: Mai does this with Anzu at Duelist Kingdom, and later in the Duelist Kingdom finals when facing Yugi. Both times, she says she doesn't have a monster strong enough to take down what the opponent has on the field.
** ...Though the first time was a lie, essentially [[AvertedTrope averting the trope.]]
field and surrenders.



* LethalJokeItem: Some cards are weak or nearly-useless on their own but devastating in the right circumstance. For example, the Ojamas, three monsters with 0 Attack, have a support card that can wipe out all opposing monsters, spells, and traps, and they can fuse into a potent defensive wall. Or the four VideoGame/{{Parodius}} monsters, each with minimal ATK and DEF, but which can combine with one another as Union Cards to have absurd ATK and DEF.

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* LethalJokeItem: Some cards are weak or nearly-useless on their own but devastating in the right circumstance. For example, the Ojamas, three monsters with 0 Attack, have a support card that can wipe out all opposing monsters, spells, and traps, and they can fuse into a potent defensive wall. Or the four VideoGame/{{Parodius}} monsters, each with minimal ATK and DEF, but which can combine with one another as Union Cards to have absurd ATK and DEF.



* LetsFightLikeGentlemen: They settle every conceivable difference via a ''collectible card game'', for cryin' out loud!

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* LetsFightLikeGentlemen: They settle every conceivable difference Almost everyone settles disputes via a ''collectible card game'', for cryin' out loud!Duel Monsters.



* TheLoad: Mokuba, Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda, who are pretty much just around to provide moral support ([[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded multiple times]]).

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* TheLoad: Mokuba, Shizuka, Otogi, Anzu, and Honda, who are pretty much just around to provide moral support ([[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded multiple times]]).support.



* LoveMakesYouEvil: Pegasus' motive is to revive his dead lover (wife in the dub).

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* LoveMakesYouEvil: Pegasus' motive is to revive his dead lover Cecelia (wife in the dub).
16th Apr '17 1:25:14 PM lalalei2001
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** There ''have'' been a number of cheaters in the show, however; Weevil Underwood throws Yugi's Exodia cards into the ocean on the way to Duelist Kingdom, and in Battle City pays a kid to slip an insect card into Joey's deck during a "fake" robbery. Mai in Duelist Kingdom uses perfume to know which card she's going to draw to psyche her opponent out, and Bandit Keith keeps cards in his wristbands that he switches so he "always" pulls the card he needs. Pegasus also cheats by using his Millennium Eye to read his opponents' minds.

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** There ''have'' been a number of cheaters in the show, however; Weevil Underwood throws Yugi's Exodia cards into the ocean on the way to Duelist Kingdom, and in Battle City pays a kid to slip an insect card into Joey's deck during a "fake" fake robbery. Mai in Duelist Kingdom uses perfume to know which card she's going to draw to psyche her opponent out, and Bandit Keith keeps cards in his wristbands that he switches so he "always" always pulls the card he needs. Pegasus also cheats by using his Millennium Eye to read his opponents' minds.



** Parodied in ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'':
--->'''Computer''': It looks like you're just pressing the same buttons over and over.
--->'''Kaiba''': That's because I learned how to [[HollywoodHacking hack]] by watching old episodes of ''Franchise/StarTrek''!
13th Apr '17 3:27:16 PM theLibrarian
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** There ''have'' been a number of cheaters in the show, however; Weevil Underwood throws Yugi's Exodia cards into the ocean on the way to Duelist Kingdom, and in Battle City pays a kid to slip an insect card into Joey's deck during a "fake" robbery. Mai in Duelist Kingdom uses perfume to know which card she's going to draw to psyche her opponent out, and Bandit Keith keeps cards in his wristbands that he switches so he "always" pulls the card he needs. Pegasus also cheats by using his Millennium Eye to read his opponents' minds.
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