History Franchise / YugiOh

2nd Aug '16 2:13:58 PM DrakeClawfang
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* ObviouslyEvil: If we put all the villains of the franchise in a line-up, you'd be able to peg more than half of them as evil. Notable exception to the anime version of [[HydePlaysJekyll Dark Bakura]], who is very good at impersonating his harmless and meek host's appearance and mannerisms to avoid detection. Even against Marik he didn't mind losing his life.

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* ObviouslyEvil: If we put all the villains of the franchise in a line-up, you'd be able to peg more than half of them as evil. Notable exception to the anime version of [[HydePlaysJekyll Dark Bakura]], who is very good at impersonating his harmless and meek host's appearance and mannerisms to avoid detection. Even against Marik he didn't mind losing his life.
2nd Aug '16 2:11:17 PM DrakeClawfang
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** ''ZEXAL'' has Duel Pads which are similar to real-life tablet computers and smartphones, with touchscreen controls and to access the internet with all that entails, and Duel Gazers allow for Augmented Reality Duels where monsters appear to interact with the environment.
** ''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. Even the series version of D-Wheel have been updated with autopilots so advanced that characters who have never ridden a motorcycle before can do tricks during their duels.

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** ''ZEXAL'' has Duel Pads which are similar to real-life tablet computers and smartphones, with touchscreen controls and to controls, phone systems, access the internet with all that entails, and entails. Duel Gazers are an add-on and allow for Augmented Reality Duels where monsters appear to interact with the environment.
** ''ARC-V'' has their (currently unnamed) Duel Disks 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.commands or touchscreen prompts. 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. Even the series version of D-Wheel have been updated with autopilots so advanced that characters who have never ridden a motorcycle before can do tricks during their duels.
25th Jul '16 9:36:20 PM lalalei2001
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** Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie: 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: Anime/YuGiOhBondsBeyondTime: 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.
16th Jul '16 4:15:55 PM lalalei2001
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** This results in a very amusing exchange in ''GX'' when Judai challenges Saiou to a duel, but Saiou has been DangerouslyGenreSavvy enough to find out how to execute his plan ''without'' having to duel him, and Judai is at a loss for what to do. He ends up dueling Judai anyway, but only because circumstances he didn't expect force him to.

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** This results in a very amusing exchange in ''GX'' when Judai challenges Saiou to a duel, but Saiou has been DangerouslyGenreSavvy savvy enough to find out how to execute his plan ''without'' having to duel him, and Judai is at a loss for what to do. He ends up dueling Judai anyway, but only because circumstances he didn't expect force him to.
5th Jun '16 11:18:06 AM nombretomado
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*** ''Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force'' (Rereleased as ''Tag Force Evolution/The Beginning of Destiny'' on PS2)

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*** ''Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force'' (Rereleased as ''Tag Force Evolution/The Beginning of Destiny'' on PS2)[=PS2=])
27th May '16 5:01:33 PM nombretomado
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** Upcoming PS4 game

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** Upcoming PS4 [=PS4=] game
23rd May '16 10:39:29 AM fsdfsdfsd
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* OddlyNamedSequel: ''GX'', ''[=5D's=]'', ''ZEXAL''. While the names are odd, they have meaning inside each series. The GX was for "Generation Next", ''[=5D's=]'' for the Five Signer Dragons, and ''ZEXAL'' is the SuperMode the hero receives. The fourth spin-off, ''ARC-V'', has yet to have its significance revealed, but a common theory is that it refers to the arc made by a swinging pendulum, or that it's the fifth series (story ''arc'').

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* OddlyNamedSequel: ''GX'', ''[=5D's=]'', ''ZEXAL''. While the names are odd, they have meaning inside each series. The GX was for "Generation Next", ''[=5D's=]'' for the Five Signer Dragons, and ''ZEXAL'' is the SuperMode the hero receives. The fourth spin-off, ''ARC-V'', has yet to have its significance fully revealed, but a common theory is that it refers to the arc made by a swinging pendulum, or that it's likely that the fifth series (story ''arc'')."ARC" part comes from [[EvilPlan the ARC Area project]].
23rd May '16 10:35:53 AM fsdfsdfsd
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*** In the next two seasons, this turns into the Geneva Conventions and Amnesty International do not exist, what with [[spoiler: the City]] being a complete nightmare in terms of economic and human rights but not even [[spoiler: civil war]] bringing in national military, and [[spoiler: the Fusion dimension]] sending countless children away from their homes officially and without complaint from anyone.

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*** In the next two seasons, this turns escalates into the Geneva Conventions and Amnesty International do not exist, what with exist. [[spoiler: the The City]] being is a complete nightmare in terms of economic and human rights but not even [[spoiler: civil war]] bringing brings in the national military, and military. Meanwhile whatever government exists in [[spoiler: the Fusion dimension]] is apparently okay with sending countless children away from their homes officially and without complaint from anyone.families [[spoiler: to be trained as ChildSoldiers]].
23rd May '16 10:32:47 AM fsdfsdfsd
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*** In the next two seasons, this turns into the Geneva Conventions and Amnesty International do not exist, what with [[spoiler: the City]] being a complete nightmare in terms of economic and human rights but not even [[spoiler: civil war]] bringing in national military, and [[spoiler: the Fusion dimension]] sending countless children away from their homes officially and without complaint from anyone.
19th May '16 9:12:10 AM TokoWH
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* AnimeHair: The franchise can easily be considered the TropeCodifier, or at least, the first anime of the franchise is usually the first thing people think of. Just how crazy the hair can get at times varies from series to series though. The original anime had Yugi's trademark hair style and a few others while ''GX'' generally had more toned down hair styles by comparison. ''5Ds'' has an equal balance of crazy and reasonable, while ''ZEXAL'' has hard styles that pretty crazy ''[[UpToEleven even by the franchise's usual standard]]''. ''ARC-V'' takes the middle ground. The styles are generally more toned down compared to ''ZEXAL'', but multi-color hair is all over the place.

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* AnimeHair: The franchise can easily be considered the TropeCodifier, or at least, the first anime of the franchise is usually the first thing people think of.of when they think this trope. Just how crazy the hair can get at times varies from series to series though. The original anime had Yugi's trademark hair style and a few others while ''GX'' generally had more toned down hair styles by comparison. ''5Ds'' has an equal balance of crazy and reasonable, while ''ZEXAL'' has hard hair styles that are pretty crazy ''[[UpToEleven even by the franchise's usual standard]]''. ''ARC-V'' takes the middle ground. The styles are generally more toned down compared to ''ZEXAL'', but [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair multi-color hair hair]] is all over the place.
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