History Anime / YuGiOhArcV

25th May '16 1:57:04 AM siamesecatman444
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* MagicVersusScience: Unlike past ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series, science has the main focus. Due to advances in science, holograms have real mass and being sealed in card in purely scientific, making the threat purely scientific. In addition, the Four Dimension Dragons and the mysterious powers in the Yuyas and Yuzus' possession are completely mystical in nature, and magic does not exist '''''at all'''''.

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* MagicVersusScience: Unlike past ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series, science has the main focus. Due to advances in science, holograms have real mass and being sealed in card in cards are purely scientific, making the threat purely scientific. In addition, the Four Dimension Dragons and the mysterious powers in the Yuyas and Yuzus' possession are completely mystical in nature, and magic does not doesn't exist '''''at all'''''.
23rd May '16 11:05:51 AM fsdfsdfsd
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* WarIsHell: [[spoiler:The series does not pull its punches when showing the realities of war. With the Akaba's using realistic propaganda to draft soldiers, child soldiers being sociopaths because they were mislead by adults or because they were forced to kill to survive and realistically showing that anyone can die in a war, even the civilians.]] And the story hasn't even gone to an actual battlefield yet, discounting flashbacks and [[spoiler: the MCS championships, since there were only a handful of soldiers and civilians present]].

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* WarIsHell: [[spoiler:The series does not pull its punches when showing the realities of war. With the Akaba's using realistic propaganda to draft soldiers, child soldiers being sociopaths because they were mislead by adults or because they were forced to kill to survive and realistically showing that anyone can die in a war, even the civilians.]] Not to mention characters who have been on the frontline having varying shades of PTSD, including [[spoiler:[[TagalongKid Reira]], who was orphaned as a child in a war that involved guns and bombs instead of duel monsters]]. And this was all ''before'' the story hasn't even gone went to an actual battlefield yet, battlefield, discounting flashbacks and [[spoiler: the MCS championships, since there were only a handful of soldiers and civilians present]].present]]. The actual battlefield has helpless refugees being hunted down and infants being carded.
23rd May '16 10:55:49 AM fsdfsdfsd
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** The WarriorTherapist trope in particular gets deconstructed and reconstructed repeatedly. To put it simply this trope works very, very well ''if'' the therapist succeeds, but the therapist '''always''' fails unless a laundry list list of conditions- most of which are out of anyones control- have already been met prior to the duel's beginning and win the duel in certain ways. Even if someone meets the most common requirements and duels in a way most likely to reach someone it still might not be enough, [[spoiler: as Kurosaki learned going against Kaito[[note]]Kurosaki and Kaito share a common backstory so they can relate to each other, fought a common enemy, Kurosaki has struggled with the same rage that now consumes Kaito, and Kurosaki even dueled using Action Cards- the methods of his new allies- to prove to Kaito that they can both find new comrades. Unfortunately Kurosaki had Yuto up until he opened up to the idea of gaining new allies, whereas Kaito pushed away everyone he didn't lose and has become consumed with more hate then Kurosaki ever felt, plus Kurosaki lost the duel from relying on [[LuckStat Action Cards]] too often[[/note]]]].

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** The WarriorTherapist trope in particular gets deconstructed and reconstructed repeatedly. To put it simply this trope works very, very well ''if'' the therapist succeeds, but the therapist '''always''' fails unless a laundry list list of conditions- most of which are out of anyones control- have already been met prior to the duel's beginning beginning, and they use the right tactics to win and/or show the duel in certain ways. right emotions during the duel.
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Even if someone meets the most common requirements and duels in a way most likely to reach someone it still might not be enough, [[spoiler: as Kurosaki learned going against Kaito[[note]]Kurosaki and Kaito share a common backstory so they can relate to each other, fought a common enemy, Kurosaki has struggled with the same rage that now consumes Kaito, and Kurosaki even dueled using Action Cards- the methods of his new allies- to prove to Kaito that they can both find new comrades. Unfortunately Kurosaki had Yuto up until he opened up to the idea of gaining new allies, whereas Kaito pushed away everyone he didn't lose and has become consumed with more hate then Kurosaki ever felt, plus Kurosaki lost the duel from relying on [[LuckStat Action Cards]] too often[[/note]]]].
23rd May '16 10:53:42 AM fsdfsdfsd
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** The WarriorTherapist trope in particular gets deconstructed and reconstructed repeatedly. To put it simply this trope works very, very well ''if'' the therapist succeeds, but the therapist '''always''' fails unless a laundry list list of conditions- most of which are out of anyones control- have already been met prior to the duel's beginning.

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** The WarriorTherapist trope in particular gets deconstructed and reconstructed repeatedly. To put it simply this trope works very, very well ''if'' the therapist succeeds, but the therapist '''always''' fails unless a laundry list list of conditions- most of which are out of anyones control- have already been met prior to the duel's beginning.beginning and win the duel in certain ways. Even if someone meets the most common requirements and duels in a way most likely to reach someone it still might not be enough, [[spoiler: as Kurosaki learned going against Kaito[[note]]Kurosaki and Kaito share a common backstory so they can relate to each other, fought a common enemy, Kurosaki has struggled with the same rage that now consumes Kaito, and Kurosaki even dueled using Action Cards- the methods of his new allies- to prove to Kaito that they can both find new comrades. Unfortunately Kurosaki had Yuto up until he opened up to the idea of gaining new allies, whereas Kaito pushed away everyone he didn't lose and has become consumed with more hate then Kurosaki ever felt, plus Kurosaki lost the duel from relying on [[LuckStat Action Cards]] too often[[/note]]]].



* EvilPlan: The ARC Area Project, whatever it is.



* JigsawPuzzlePlot: The Yu-Gi-Oh! version. It starts out with Yuto, the Dark Duelist, mostly about who he is, why does he look just like Yuya, how does he know Yuzu and what happened to him. For a while we only got bits and piece like Yuzu looked like a friend of his Ruri that was kidnapped and some group called the Academia was his enemy. [[spoiler:This eventually was shown to have been planned from the start as his story was revealed to be a huge interdimensional war between dimensions that resembled previous Yu-Gi-Oh! series. While we have gotten a lot of answers, many still remain from why Yuya and Yuzu are the only characters with an IdenticalStranger, what are they and why does Leo want to fuse the dimensions.]]

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* JigsawPuzzlePlot: The Yu-Gi-Oh! version. It starts out with Yuto, the Dark Duelist, mostly about who he is, why does he look just like Yuya, how does he know Yuzu and what happened to him. For a while we only got bits and piece like Yuzu looked like a friend of his Ruri that was kidnapped and some group called the Academia was his enemy. [[spoiler:This eventually was shown to have been planned from the start as his story was revealed to be a huge interdimensional war between dimensions that resembled previous Yu-Gi-Oh! series. While we have gotten a lot of answers, many still remain from why Yuya and Yuzu are the only characters with an IdenticalStranger, what are they and why does Leo want to fuse the dimensions.]]]] Also, what exactly is the "[[EvilPlan ARC Area Project]]"? Why is [[spoiler: Yusho]] so important that people kept [[spoiler: sending him to other dimensions]]?
22nd May '16 11:08:12 PM siamesecatman444
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** Yuya in particular thinks he's in a ''[[Anime/YuGiOhGX GX]]'' / ''[[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL]]'' story, while he's actually in a ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' / ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'' story.

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** Yuya in particular thinks he's in a ''[[Anime/YuGiOhGX GX]]'' / ''[[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL]]'' GX]]''/''[[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL]]''-themed story, while he's actually in a ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' / ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'' ''Manga/TokyoGhoul''/''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline''-themed story.
22nd May '16 11:06:59 PM siamesecatman444
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** Yuya in particular thinks he's in a ''[[Anime/YuGiOhGX GX]]'' / ''[[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL]]'' story, while he's actually in a ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' / ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'' story.
22nd May '16 10:53:52 PM siamesecatman444
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* MagicVersusScience: Unlike past ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series, science has the main focus. Due to advances in science, holograms have real mass and being sealed in card in purely scientific, making the threat purely scientific. In addition, the Four Dimension Dragons and the mysterious powers in the Yuyas and Yuzus' possession are completely mystical in nature, and magic does not exist ''''at all''''.

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* MagicVersusScience: Unlike past ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series, science has the main focus. Due to advances in science, holograms have real mass and being sealed in card in purely scientific, making the threat purely scientific. In addition, the Four Dimension Dragons and the mysterious powers in the Yuyas and Yuzus' possession are completely mystical in nature, and magic does not exist ''''at all''''.'''''at all'''''.
22nd May '16 10:53:24 PM siamesecatman444
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* MagicVersusScience: Like past Yu-Gi-Oh! series there is a divide between magic and science. But unlike other series, science has the main focus. Due to advances in science, holograms have real mass and being sealed in card in purely scientific, making the threat purely scientific. In addition, the Four Dimension Dragons and the mysterious powers in the Yuyas and Yuzus' possession are completely mystical in nature, and magic does not exist ''at all''.

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* MagicVersusScience: Like Unlike past Yu-Gi-Oh! series there is a divide between magic and science. But unlike other ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series, science has the main focus. Due to advances in science, holograms have real mass and being sealed in card in purely scientific, making the threat purely scientific. In addition, the Four Dimension Dragons and the mysterious powers in the Yuyas and Yuzus' possession are completely mystical in nature, and magic does not exist ''at all''.''''at all''''.
22nd May '16 10:50:12 PM siamesecatman444
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* MagicVersusScience: Like past Yu-Gi-Oh! series there is a divide between magic and science. But unlike other series, science has the main focus. Due to advances in science, holograms have real mass and being sealed in card in purely scientific, making the threat purely scientific. But magic still exists with Yuya and Yuzu and their dimensional counterparts.

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* MagicVersusScience: Like past Yu-Gi-Oh! series there is a divide between magic and science. But unlike other series, science has the main focus. Due to advances in science, holograms have real mass and being sealed in card in purely scientific, making the threat purely scientific. But In addition, the Four Dimension Dragons and the mysterious powers in the Yuyas and Yuzus' possession are completely mystical in nature, and magic still exists with Yuya and Yuzu and their dimensional counterparts.does not exist ''at all''.
22nd May '16 9:07:08 PM foxmccloud4387
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** The first time Yuzu attempts to Fusion Summon, her Duel Disk gives an error because she accidentally shuffled her Fusion Monster into her Main Deck rather than her Extra Deck. Previous series before ''5D's'' didn't have Duel Disks with Extra Deck Zones, heavily implying that they would just put their Fusion Monsters in their Main Decks. Even in ''5D's'', the Extra Deck Zone on a Duel Disk was only ever accessed once in the series, and Jack and Yusei were both shown to constantly put their Synchro Monsters in their Main Decks.

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** The first time Yuzu attempts to Fusion Summon, her Duel Disk gives an error because she accidentally shuffled her Fusion Monster into her Main Deck rather than her Extra Deck. Previous series before ''5D's'' didn't have Duel Disks with Extra Deck Zones, heavily implying that they Duelists would just put their Fusion Monsters in their Main Decks. Even in ''5D's'', the Extra Deck Zone on a Duel Disk was only ever accessed once in the series, and Jack and Yusei were both shown to constantly shown to put their Synchro Monsters in their Main Decks.
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