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19th Jan '16 4:58:32 PM TokoWH
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* Various other companies were known to have produced their [[http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/7776/ebay1.png own]] [[http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/8382/ebay2.png versions]] of the Duel Monsters card game while the Toei anime was still airing. They didn't do as well compared to Bandai and Konami.
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* Various other companies were known to have produced their [[http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/7776/ebay1.png own]] [[http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/8382/ebay2.png versions]] own versions of the Duel Monsters card game while the Toei anime was still airing. They didn't do as well compared to Bandai and Konami.
4th Dec '15 12:11:20 AM fsdfsdfsd
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** ''Arc-V'' has their (currently unnamed) Duel Disks look exactly like real-life tablet computers with a much more streamlined design from the Duel Pad, and are used for all they were in ''[=ZeXal=]'' and more. They also do away with card trays to have them project HardLight surfaces the duelists place cards on, and appropriately buttons to control the device seem entirely forsaken in favor of voice commands. Solid Vision technology has further evolved to allow duelists to directly interact with the holograms, allowing for Action Duels where the duelists run about fantastic fields interacting with their monsters. [[spoiler: Even the series version of Duel Runners have been updated with autopilots so advanced characters who have never ridden a motorcycle before can do tricks during their duels.]]
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** ''Arc-V'' has their (currently unnamed) Duel Disks look exactly like real-life tablet computers with a much more streamlined design from the Duel Pad, and are used for all they were in ''[=ZeXal=]'' and more. They also do away with card trays to have them project HardLight surfaces the duelists place cards on, and appropriately buttons to control the device seem entirely forsaken in favor of voice commands. Solid Vision technology has further evolved to allow duelists to directly interact with the holograms, allowing for Action Duels where the duelists run about fantastic fields interacting with their monsters. [[spoiler: Even the series version of Duel Runners have been updated with autopilots so advanced that characters who have never ridden a motorcycle before can do tricks during their duels.]]
4th Dec '15 12:10:15 AM fsdfsdfsd
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** ''Arc-V'' has their (currently unnamed) Duel Disks look exactly like real-life tablet computers with a much more streamlined design from the Duel Pad, and are used for all they were in ''[=ZeXal=]'' and more. They also do away with card trays to have them project HardLight surfaces the duelists place cards on, and appropriately buttons to control the device seem entirely forsaken in favor of voice commands. Solid Vision technology has further evolved to allow duelists to directly interact with the holograms, allowing for Action Duels where the duelists run about fantastic fields interacting with their monsters. Eventually, [[spoiler: they get Duel Runners from 5Ds, with additional autopilots so advanced characters who have never ridden a motorcycle before can do tricks with them.]]
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** ''Arc-V'' has their (currently unnamed) Duel Disks look exactly like real-life tablet computers with a much more streamlined design from the Duel Pad, and are used for all they were in ''[=ZeXal=]'' and more. They also do away with card trays to have them project HardLight surfaces the duelists place cards on, and appropriately buttons to control the device seem entirely forsaken in favor of voice commands. Solid Vision technology has further evolved to allow duelists to directly interact with the holograms, allowing for Action Duels where the duelists run about fantastic fields interacting with their monsters. Eventually, [[spoiler: they get Even the series version of Duel Runners from 5Ds, have been updated with additional autopilots so advanced characters who have never ridden a motorcycle before can do tricks with them.during their duels.]]
3rd Dec '15 1:13:57 AM fsdfsdfsd
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** ''Arc-V'' has their (currently unnamed) Duel Disks look exactly like real-life tablet computers with a much more streamlined design from the Duel Pad, and are used for all they were in ''[=ZeXal=]'' and more. They also do away with card trays to have them project HardLight surfaces the duelists place cards on, and appropriately buttons to control the device seem entirely forsaken in favor of voice commands. Solid Vision technology has further evolved to allow duelists to directly interact with the holograms, allowing for Action Duels where the duelists run about fantastic fields interacting with their monsters.
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** ''Arc-V'' has their (currently unnamed) Duel Disks look exactly like real-life tablet computers with a much more streamlined design from the Duel Pad, and are used for all they were in ''[=ZeXal=]'' and more. They also do away with card trays to have them project HardLight surfaces the duelists place cards on, and appropriately buttons to control the device seem entirely forsaken in favor of voice commands. Solid Vision technology has further evolved to allow duelists to directly interact with the holograms, allowing for Action Duels where the duelists run about fantastic fields interacting with their monsters. Eventually, [[spoiler: they get Duel Runners from 5Ds, with additional autopilots so advanced characters who have never ridden a motorcycle before can do tricks with them.]]
1st Dec '15 10:10:10 AM lalalei2001
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** Note however, that in-universe, most cards 6stars upwards and some 4stars are so rare[[note]]Numbering in the single digit world-wide sense[[/note]] that casual duelists would not likely have any, let alone more than a few in his/her deck. So what we would consider VendorTrash is often what the characters have to work with.
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** Note however, that in-universe, most cards 6stars 6 stars upwards and some 4stars 4 stars are so rare[[note]]Numbering in the single digit world-wide sense[[/note]] that casual duelists would not likely have any, let alone more than a few in his/her deck. So what we would consider VendorTrash is often what the characters have to work with.

* WorldOfHam: If you are a duelist in a ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series, you are a LargeHam obliged to shout at the top of your lungs, activate cards with dramatic hand gestures, use a summon chant when you summon your ace monster, and even announce your draw with a mighty roar of "''[X] no turn! '''DRAW!'''''"
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* WorldOfHam: If you are a duelist in a ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' series, you are a LargeHam obliged to shout at the top of your lungs, activate cards with dramatic hand gestures, use a summon chant when you summon your ace monster, and even announce your draw with a mighty roar of "''[X] no "''It's my turn! '''DRAW!'''''"'''DRAW!'''''" ----
28th Nov '15 8:22:36 PM GavynSykes
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Bonds that Transcend = Bonds Beyond.
** Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie: Called ''Bonds That Transcends Time'' in Japan; a three-way team-up between the ''Duel Monsters'', ''GX'', and ''5D's'' protagonists. Ties into ''5D's''' plot through its villain, who comes from that series' BadFuture.
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** Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie: Called ''Bonds That Transcends Time'' in Japan; a A three-way team-up between the ''Duel Monsters'', ''GX'', and ''5D's'' protagonists. Ties into ''5D's''' plot through its villain, who comes from that series' BadFuture.
28th Nov '15 1:23:14 PM Kervinle2500
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** Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie: Called ''Bonds Beyond Time'' in English; a three-way team-up between the ''Duel Monsters'', ''GX'', and ''5D's'' protagonists. Ties into ''5D's''' plot through its villain, who comes from that series' BadFuture.
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** Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie: Called ''Bonds Beyond That Transcends Time'' in English; Japan; a three-way team-up between the ''Duel Monsters'', ''GX'', and ''5D's'' protagonists. Ties into ''5D's''' plot through its villain, who comes from that series' BadFuture.
22nd Nov '15 10:19:45 PM lalalei2001
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*** ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDarkDuelStories'' (''Dule Monsters III: Tri-Holy God Advent'' in Japan)
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*** ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDarkDuelStories'' (''Dule (''Duel Monsters III: Tri-Holy God Advent'' in Japan)
22nd Nov '15 10:17:02 PM lalalei2001
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Duel Monsters II isn't the same as the Dakr Duel Stories we got.
*** ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDarkDuelStories'' *** ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDarkDuelStories''
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*** ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDarkDuelStories'' ''Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters II: Dark Duel Stories'' *** ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDarkDuelStories''''VideoGame/YuGiOhDarkDuelStories'' (''Dule Monsters III: Tri-Holy God Advent'' in Japan)

** '' Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist''
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** '' Yu-Gi-Oh! ''Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist''
19th Oct '15 1:39:43 PM DrakeClawfang
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** While the normal card game's rules are static, there's never been any clear definition for how 2-on-1 or 3-on-1 duels work, and as such they vary as needed. Sometimes the lone duelist gets one turn in-between each of the team's turns, other times they get more Life Points, and in one instance, they got to draw a larger opening hand. Other times though, they get no advantage at all. Sometimes the handicapped player announces what handicap they will be receiving, other times everyone just silently agrees on the rules without discussing them openly.
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** While the normal card game's rules are static, there's never been any clear definition for how 2-on-1 or 3-on-1 duels work, and as such they vary as needed. Sometimes the lone duelist gets one turn in-between each of the team's turns, other times they get more Life Points, and in one instance, they got to draw a larger opening hand. Other times though, they get no advantage at all. Sometimes the handicapped player announces what handicap they will be receiving, other times everyone just silently agrees on the rules without discussing them openly. Tag team duels also have some flexible rules at play regarding how teammates can interact with each other's cards, and sometimes teammates share a single Life Point total, or keep their own separate totals.
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