History Characters / Yugioh5ds

14th Jul '17 3:40:07 AM pinklilac
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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: even though she has dropped not-so-subtle hint about her feeling towards Jack, only when she was about to [[DisneyDeath die]] did the L word out (in the original version, at least).


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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: even though she has dropped not-so-subtle hint about her feeling towards Jack, only when she was about to [[DisneyDeath die]] did the L word out (in the original version, at least).
14th Jul '17 2:54:31 AM pinklilac
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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: even though she has dropped not-so-subtle hint about her feeling towards Jack, it's only when she was about to [[DisneyDeath die]] did the L word out (in the original version, at least).

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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: even though she has dropped not-so-subtle hint about her feeling towards Jack, it's only when she was about to [[DisneyDeath die]] did the L word out (in the original version, at least).
14th Jul '17 2:50:12 AM pinklilac
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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: even though she has dropped not-so-subtle hint about her feeling towards Jack, it's only when she was about to [[DisneyDeath die]] did the L word out (in the original version, at least).
13th Jun '17 4:14:43 PM Pyxis
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* HesGotLegs
21st May '17 7:06:55 AM deathhappens
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The antagonists for the second arc of 5D's. Just as the Crimson Dragon chose the Signers, the Jibakushin chose the Dark Signers. Dark Signers are people who have been revived by the Jibakushin upon their death, usually because they have died harboring revenge towards one of the Signers, hungered for power, or, in one case, displayed a great will to live. According to Rex Godwin, this transformation is irreversible as they are already dead (he turns out to be wrong).

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The antagonists for the second arc of 5D's. Just as the Crimson Dragon chose the Signers, the Jibakushin Earthbound Immortals chose the Dark Signers. Dark Signers are people who have been revived by the Jibakushin Earthbound Immortals upon their death, usually because they have died harboring revenge towards one of the Signers, hungered for power, or, in one case, displayed a great will to live. According to Rex Godwin, this transformation is irreversible as they are already dead (he turns out to be wrong).
7th May '17 12:36:13 PM imadmagician
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He uses a {{flaming skull}} deck.

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He uses a {{flaming skull}} "Flaming Skull" deck.



* DarkisEvil: A lot of his monsters are dark-attribute

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* DarkisEvil: DarkIsEvil: A lot of his monsters are dark-attribute



* EvilKnockoff: To Jack. His personality is based off of Jack from Season 1. (Jack even gives him a lengthy WorldOfCarboardSpeech on that to boot.)

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* EvilKnockoff: To Jack. His personality is based off of Jack from Season 1. (Jack even gives him a lengthy WorldOfCarboardSpeech WorldOfCardboardSpeech on that to boot.)
16th Apr '17 5:35:24 AM MajinAkuma
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* CainAndAbel: An interesting variant of this trope. Despite being the younger brother, Rex is the Cain to Rutger's Abel, but not in a classic sense. Rex loves his older brother, but to end the circle of battle between the Signers and Dark Signers he tries to get the same powers Rutger once possessed. He already has Rutger's arm with the Dragon Head, then Rex lets himself get killed by his brother so that he will be revived as a Dark Signer.

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* CainAndAbel: An interesting variant of this trope. Despite being the younger brother, Rex is the Cain to Rutger's Abel, but not in a classic sense. Rex loves his older brother, but to end the circle of battle between the Signers and Dark Signers Signers, he tries to get the same powers Rutger once possessed. He already has Rutger's arm with the Dragon Head, then Rex lets himself get killed by his brother so that he will be revived as a Dark Signer.



* {{Irony}}: Security tried to arrest him for attempting to build a bridge that would connect Satellite with Neo-Domino City. Yet after jumping from the unfinished bridge and miraculously arriving at his desired destination, he ended up being the head of Security himself.



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: In the original version of the anime, his family name is spelled as "Goodwin". The Japanese pronunciation is "Gohdowin", but it's neither "Guddowin" nor "Goddowin" (for Godwin), so the double O is actually just a long O instead of a U.

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* SelfMadeMan: While he used to be a professor from the Tops, after the Zero Reverse he ended up on Satellite and became a nobody. Despite not completing the Daedalus Bridge, he managed to arrive at Neo-Domino City, but in cost of losing his left arm. Afterwards, he somehow managed to become the president of Security, who ironically were trying to arrest him when he was building the Daedalus Bridge.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: In the original version of the anime, his family name is spelled as "Goodwin". The Japanese pronunciation is "Gohdowin", but it's neither "Guddowin" nor "Goddowin" (for Godwin), so the double O is actually just pronounced as a long O instead of a U.



* TemporaryBulkChange: Once he reveals himself as a Dark Signer.

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* TemporaryBulkChange: Once he reveals himself as a Dark Signer.Signer, he gets much more muscular.


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* WalkingShirtlessScene: Due to his TemporaryBulkChange, he ends up without wearing a shirt for the rest of his life.
26th Mar '17 10:48:22 PM spectertv
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* FanDisservice: A shot of here corpse is shown in the present.

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* FanDisservice: A shot of here her corpse is shown in the present.
25th Mar '17 8:44:22 PM Sanokal
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%% * NotQuiteDead

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%% * NotQuiteDeadNotQuiteDead: Twice, sorta. Most victims of the Blask Mist are sacrifice to the Earthbound Immortals, but Rally isn't; instead he is kept around to duel Yusei. After his HeroicSacrifice, he gets revived.



* LargeAndInCharge: He's the president of the Public Security Maintenace Bureau, and he's more than a head taller than Jack.

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* LargeAndInCharge: He's the president of the Public Security Maintenace Maintenance Bureau, and he's more than a head taller than Jack.



* AdaptationalVillainy: He's much more nefarious in the manga, sealing duelists into cards and supporting Goodwin's quest for power.



* ScaryBlackMan: He's scary and he's black and he's a man.

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* ScaryBlackMan: He's A very large, and considering his penchant for torture, fairly scary and he's black and he's a man.example.



%%* VillainousBreakdown

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%%* VillainousBreakdown* VillainousBreakdown: Well, villainous and breakdown are both arguable, but regardless, whenever Momentum starts doing anything, he completely loses his shit.



%%* DeathIsDramatic

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%%* DeathIsDramatic* DeathIsDramatic: Kalin crumbles while held in Yusei's arms within Majestic Star Dragon, Devack and Rutger (to varying degrees) try TakingYouWithMe, Carly and Jack have an AnguishedDeclarationOfLove, and the list goes on.



%%* {{Determinator}}

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%%* {{Determinator}}* {{Determinator}}: He doesn't let a lot of things stop him, and even Sherry's disappearance doesn't prevent him from believing that she's out there.



Team 5D's fourth opponent. They were shown to be very important when they were immune to Yliaster's changes to history, due to having a new set of God Cards (the Aesir, based on Norse mythology). They're notable for being the very first Divine Type Monsters since the 3 Egyptian god cards from the [[Anime/YuGiOh very first series]], as well as the first Divine type of Synchro monsters.

All three use Nordic decks built around summoning Aesir. Dragan uses Nordic Beasts and swarming effects to summon Thor, Brave uses Nordic Alfars to dummon Loki supported by a large number of Trap cards, and Harald uses Nordic Ascendants to summon Odin coupled with a large number of burn effects.

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Team 5D's fourth opponent.opponents. They were shown to be very important when they were immune to Yliaster's changes to history, due to having a new set of God Cards (the Aesir, based on Norse mythology). They're notable for being the very first Divine Type Monsters since the 3 Egyptian god cards from the [[Anime/YuGiOh very first series]], as well as the first Divine type of Synchro monsters.

All three use Nordic decks built around summoning Aesir. Dragan uses Nordic Beasts and swarming effects to summon Thor, Brave uses Nordic Alfars to dummon Summon Loki supported by a large number of Trap cards, and Harald uses Nordic Ascendants to summon Odin coupled with a large number of burn effects.



%% * TheFatalist

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%% * TheFatalistTheFatalist: To be fair, when you're associated with Norse mythology, this is kinda your schtick.



%%* TheLeader: Taro.

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%%* * TheLeader: Taro.



%% * ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill

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%% * ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkillThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Boy howdy, their effects. Immunity to Spells and Traps are the norm for boss monsters in the franchise, but immunity to attacks and being able to flat-out direct attack is something else. Let's not even start around the brutal effect of Aslla piscu.



%% * UrbanLegend

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%% * UrbanLegend
UrbanLegend: His sunset salute, said to grant rare cards.


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* FanDisservice: A shot of here corpse is shown in the present.
* MsFanservice: In her ceremonial outfit.
11th Mar '17 3:30:42 AM Xlsfd
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* AwesomeButImpractical: Their ace card, Zushin the Sleeping Giant, is this ''in-Universe''. It's also revealed that practically everyone owns a copy of Zushin, but no one ever managed to summon him. Even Team Taiyoh themselves only managed to summon him in their duel with Team 5Ds, having won their other matches with the burn effect of Speed World 2.
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