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26th Dec '16 7:59:25 PM roselii49
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* Despite not being a signer and not having a dragon, he doesn't esitate to challenge a dark signer (note, also, that he manages to trick into the fight, making him believe that his clock allarm is a EMP that will destroy their D-Wheelers unless they duel), and ''wins''.

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* Despite not being a signer and not having a dragon, he doesn't esitate hesitate to challenge a dark signer (note, also, that he manages to trick into the fight, making him believe that his clock allarm is a EMP that will destroy their D-Wheelers unless they duel), and ''wins''.
30th Oct '16 6:52:18 PM spectertv
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** ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' makes it even better. [[spoiler:The alternate universe's Jack uses a variant of Red Dragon Archfiend called Red Dragon Archfiend Scar-Right, with a crippled right arm. WordOfGod says that design choice came from Junk Warrior's final clash with Red Dragon Archfiend. In other words, Junk Warrior [[HitYouSoHardYourXWillFeelIt hit it so hard a parallel universe version of it felt it.]]]]

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** ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' makes it even better. [[spoiler:The alternate universe's Jack uses a variant of Red Dragon Archfiend called Scarlight Red Dragon Archfiend Scar-Right, Archfiend, with a crippled right arm. WordOfGod says that design choice came from Junk Warrior's final clash with Red Dragon Archfiend. In other words, Junk Warrior [[HitYouSoHardYourXWillFeelIt hit it so hard a parallel universe version of it felt it.]]]]
20th Oct '16 10:30:30 AM dlchen145
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* In episode 25, demanding to know whats going on once and for all, Yusei decides to confront Godwin. However, his way is blocked by two guards. Now if this were Yugi or Jaden in this situation, they'd challenge the guards to a duel in order to get past. However, since this is the older and significantly more well built (read as: {{Badass}}) Yusei, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNsAhyZLovI&feature=related he just goes Street Fighter on them instead.]] Sure the 4kids dub added a few flashes in it to attempt to censor the scene, but it was done so badly, it was kept mainly intact even there. Unintentional [=CMoA=] for them, too. :)

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* In episode 25, demanding to know whats going on once and for all, Yusei decides to confront Godwin. However, his way is blocked by two guards. Now if this were Yugi or Jaden in this situation, they'd challenge the guards to a duel in order to get past. However, since this is the older and significantly more well built (read as: {{Badass}}) Badass Yusei, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNsAhyZLovI&feature=related he just goes Street Fighter on them instead.]] Sure the 4kids dub added a few flashes in it to attempt to censor the scene, but it was done so badly, it was kept mainly intact even there. Unintentional [=CMoA=] for them, too. :)



* [[spoiler: After getting destroyed by Andore, JACK ATLAS, injured and bleeding after taking a brutal fall off his bike, claws with every last ounce of strength in his body to get the Wheel of Fortune to the finish line so he can baton pass to Aki.]] [[BadAss Stay amazing, Mr. Atlus.]]
** He ends up seriously injured because of that, of course. Except that he then ignores his injury during Yusei's duel and shows up saying that if he could endure all that, so could Yusei, [[DareToBeBadass basically challenging Yusei to be as badass as he is.]] And, if you think about it, there's a subtle one: similar injuries have put both Crow and Akisa out of commission, forcing them to skip duels, however Jack Atlas just recovers from that without any lasting consequences. He's just made of {{Badass}}ium.

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* [[spoiler: After getting destroyed by Andore, JACK ATLAS, injured and bleeding after taking a brutal fall off his bike, claws with every last ounce of strength in his body to get the Wheel of Fortune to the finish line so he can baton pass to Aki.]] [[BadAss Stay amazing, Mr. Atlus.]]
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** He ends up seriously injured because of that, of course. Except that he then ignores his injury during Yusei's duel and shows up saying that if he could endure all that, so could Yusei, [[DareToBeBadass basically challenging Yusei to be as badass as he is.]] And, if you think about it, there's a subtle one: similar injuries have put both Crow and Akisa out of commission, forcing them to skip duels, however Jack Atlas just recovers from that without any lasting consequences. He's just made of {{Badass}}ium.Badassium.
9th Sep '16 7:38:16 PM spectertv
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** Even better, Yusei's strategy: he knew from the very beginning that his deck was just random cards together with no real consistency of its own (wich is [[LampshadeHanging actually lampshaded several times during the duels), so he developed a way that required to get most of those cards in the graveyard, and made Armstrong do the dirty work for him. He also outsmarted his cheating, first by [[GenreSavvy correctly guessing Armstrong would use the security cameras to spy his cards]], and hiding his trumph card from him from the very beginning, and then taking advantage of it by switching his two face downs during a black out, making Armstrong pick the wrong one to destroy.

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** Even better, Yusei's strategy: he knew from the very beginning that his deck was just random cards together with no real consistency of its own (wich (which is [[LampshadeHanging actually lampshaded several times during the duels), duels]]), so he developed a way that required to get most of those cards in the graveyard, and made Armstrong do the dirty work for him. He also outsmarted his cheating, first by [[GenreSavvy correctly guessing Armstrong would use the security cameras to spy his cards]], and hiding his trumph trump card from him from the very beginning, and then taking advantage of it by switching his two face downs during a black out, making Armstrong pick the wrong one to destroy.
26th Aug '16 4:49:58 PM Mantyf
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** Even better, Yusei's strategy: he knew from the very beginning that his deck was just random cards together with no real consistency of its own, so he found a way to make it work based on very few of them and got Armstrong to help him by eliminating the others, and then took advantage of that too.

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** Even better, Yusei's strategy: he knew from the very beginning that his deck was just random cards together with no real consistency of its own, own (wich is [[LampshadeHanging actually lampshaded several times during the duels), so he found developed a way that required to make it work based on very few get most of them those cards in the graveyard, and got made Armstrong do the dirty work for him. He also outsmarted his cheating, first by [[GenreSavvy correctly guessing Armstrong would use the security cameras to help spy his cards]], and hiding his trumph card from him by eliminating from the others, very beginning, and then took taking advantage of that too.it by switching his two face downs during a black out, making Armstrong pick the wrong one to destroy.
26th Aug '16 4:58:23 AM Mantyf
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** Even better, Yusei's strategy: he knew from the very beginning that his deck was just random cards together with no real consistency of its own, so he found a way to make it work based on very few of them and got Armstrong to help him by eliminating the others, and then took advantage of that too.


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* Despite not being a signer and not having a dragon, he doesn't esitate to challenge a dark signer (note, also, that he manages to trick into the fight, making him believe that his clock allarm is a EMP that will destroy their D-Wheelers unless they duel), and ''wins''.


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* Both awesome and hearthwarming, considering the cowardly attitude he displayed earlier, is Jaeger chosing to stay behind to coordinate evacuation while ordering to ''everyone else'' in the building to evacuate the city themselves. Even in later episodes, while he asks his friends to put their own lives first (the fact that they doesn't is awesome on his own), he never considers doing that ''himself'', never leaving his place despite facing, for all he knew, certain doom.
10th Aug '16 6:13:47 PM Anddrix
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* Yusei's victory over Harald of Team Ragnarok. [[spoiler:As insurance if Yusei pulls out a comeback, Harald uses a card called "Gjallarhorn", which after three turns destroys all his monsters and inflicts their ATK as damage, a total of 10,000 in this case. On the third turn though, seeing Yusei pull out Shooting Star Dragon from nothing in one turn, he starts worrying Yusei has a Set card that can stop "Gjallarhorn". To make sure of his victory Harald uses "Odin's Eye" to see what Yusei's face-down cards are, but Yusei counters with "Trick Mirror", negating Odin's Eye and keeping his other face-down concealed. Terrified Yusei really does have something to stop "Gjallarhorn" that he was stopping him from seeing, Harald goes for the attack to end the duel quicker. Turns out Yusei really was bluffing -- his face-down card is "Zero Force", which saps the ATK of Harald's monsters to 0. The turn ends, Harald's monsters self-destruct by his own card effect, and thanks to Zero Force their combined ATK that Yusei takes as damage is a whopping '''0'''. On his next turn Yusei's Shooting Star Dragon returns to the field and he attacks for the win.]] The move is also a BaseBreaker though, due to arguments over if Harald falling for Yusei's bluff is a case of WrongGenreSavvy or someone throwing him an IdiotBall.

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* Yusei's victory over Harald of Team Ragnarok. [[spoiler:As insurance if Yusei pulls out a comeback, Harald uses a card called "Gjallarhorn", which after three turns destroys all his monsters and inflicts their ATK as damage, a total of 10,000 in this case. On the third turn though, seeing Yusei pull out Shooting Star Dragon from nothing in one turn, he starts worrying Yusei has a Set card that can stop "Gjallarhorn". To make sure of his victory Harald uses "Odin's Eye" to see what Yusei's face-down cards are, but Yusei counters with "Trick Mirror", negating Odin's Eye and keeping his other face-down concealed. Terrified Yusei really does have something to stop "Gjallarhorn" that he was stopping him from seeing, Harald goes for the attack to end the duel quicker. Turns out Yusei really was bluffing -- his face-down card is "Zero Force", which saps the ATK of Harald's monsters to 0. The turn ends, Harald's monsters self-destruct by his own card effect, and thanks to Zero Force their combined ATK that Yusei takes as damage is a whopping '''0'''. On his next turn Yusei's Shooting Star Dragon returns to the field and he attacks for the win.]] The move is also a BaseBreaker divisive though, due to arguments over if Harald falling for Yusei's bluff is a case of WrongGenreSavvy or someone throwing him an IdiotBall.
20th Jul '16 11:37:06 AM HighCrate
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* Godwin gets one when he manages to manipulate two ''gods'' to birng them on his side, right after losing his duel with the dark signers and revealing it was actually his plan from the very beginning. Also, his subsequent duel with Yusei, Jack and Crow proves to be both FridgeBrilliance and DangerouslyGenreSavvy: first, his deck is designed to take advantage of the enormous amount of life points he got, proving it was designed for that three-against-one duel and not the common one-against-one (although it's implied he still ''would'' have won against the dark signer, but he chose to let his opponent win to further his plan), and then, instead of trying to actually defeating Crow and Jack, just makes them unable to continue by making them fall of the tracks. He still is unable to overcome Yusei's PlotArmor and ThePowerOfFriendship, but it was really impressive.

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* Godwin gets one when he manages to manipulate two ''gods'' to birng bring them on his side, right after losing his duel with the dark signers and revealing it was actually his plan from the very beginning. Also, his subsequent duel with Yusei, Jack and Crow proves to be both FridgeBrilliance and DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Crow: first, his deck is designed to take advantage of the enormous amount of life points he got, proving it was designed for that three-against-one duel and not the common one-against-one (although it's implied he still ''would'' have won against the dark signer, but he chose to let his opponent win to further his plan), and then, instead of trying to actually defeating Crow and Jack, just makes them unable to continue by making them fall of the tracks. He still is unable to overcome Yusei's PlotArmor and ThePowerOfFriendship, but it was really impressive.
23rd Jun '16 4:50:47 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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* The fact that Creator/LittleKuriboh, despite mocking this series as being "Card Games on Motorcycles", actually likes this series. While talking about the highly acclaimed ''Anime/YuGiOhAcrV'', he sincerely praised it as the best since ''5D's'', and this show is apparently one of his favourite ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' installments.

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* The fact that Creator/LittleKuriboh, despite mocking this series as being "Card Games on Motorcycles", actually likes this series. While talking about the highly acclaimed ''Anime/YuGiOhAcrV'', ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'', he sincerely praised it as the best since ''5D's'', and this show is apparently one of his favourite ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' installments.
23rd Jun '16 4:50:31 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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** He ends up seriously injured because of that, of course. Except that he then ignores his injury during Yusei's duel and shows up saying that if he could endure all that, so could Yusei, [[DareToBeABadass basically challenging Yusei to be as badass as he is.]] And, if you think about it, there's a subtle one: similar injuries have put both Crow and Akisa out of commision, forcing them to skip duels, however Jack Atlas just recovers from that without any lasting consequences. He's just made of badassium.

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** He ends up seriously injured because of that, of course. Except that he then ignores his injury during Yusei's duel and shows up saying that if he could endure all that, so could Yusei, [[DareToBeABadass [[DareToBeBadass basically challenging Yusei to be as badass as he is.]] And, if you think about it, there's a subtle one: similar injuries have put both Crow and Akisa out of commision, commission, forcing them to skip duels, however Jack Atlas just recovers from that without any lasting consequences. He's just made of badassium.{{Badass}}ium.



* The fact that Creator/LittleKuriboh, despite mocking this series as being "Card Games on Motorcycles", actually likes this series. While talking about the highly acclaimed ''Anime/YuGiOhAcrV'', he sincerely praised it as the best since ''5D's'', and this show is apparently one of his favourite ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series.

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* The fact that Creator/LittleKuriboh, despite mocking this series as being "Card Games on Motorcycles", actually likes this series. While talking about the highly acclaimed ''Anime/YuGiOhAcrV'', he sincerely praised it as the best since ''5D's'', and this show is apparently one of his favourite ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series.installments.
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