History Headscratchers / YuGiOh

25th May '16 2:33:45 PM forsetipurge
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* Bakura's Card Killer combo depends on Yugi choosing the Red Box, leaving him with the Black Box, which destroys his graveyard. Supposing Yugi chooses the Black Box?
13th May '16 8:59:40 PM MetalMichelangelo
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* During the Virtual World arc, why did Nesbitt want to duel Shizuka/Serenity besides being the only character who has zero dueling experience? It's also kind of creepy when you remember that the Big 5 members get to take over the bodies of any opponent they defeat.

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* During the Virtual World arc, why did Why was Nesbitt want to duel so insistent on dueling Shizuka/Serenity besides being the only character who has zero dueling experience? It's also kind of creepy when you remember that the Big 5 members get to take over the bodies of any opponent they defeat.
26th Apr '16 6:41:45 PM Bauglir100
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*** The card itself had magical properties, so it probably didn't even ''need'' to work on any Duel Disk, since it would produce the seal even if they were just playing on a table.
26th Apr '16 6:35:27 PM Bauglir100
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** They were both hasty and desperate to see where he was going. Plus, they were foreigners that probably weren't aware of the local geography, and it was night-time, so they probably weren't aware of it at the time.


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* How did [[spoiler:Mai]] get into the elevator ''and'' manage to stand perfectly upright long enough for it to reach the Pharaoh's floor, even though we see later that the first thing she did after losing her soul was ''collapse to the floor'' in the ''boardroom''?
17th Apr '16 1:42:06 PM yuugame
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** If you've taken the time to read the original manga, you'd know that he was still creating Shadow Games during Duelist Kingdom. The reason he stops doing them after that arc is actually explained. Pegasus says there's an evil presence within all of the Millennium Items and Dark Yuugi, not knowing who he really is, wants to dissociate himself from that as best as he could. Which is why he didn't give Peagsus a Penalty Game and stops initiating Shadow Games entirely. This, of course, has nothing to do with how he could have initiated his own Shadow Games with less legal punishments to keep the antagonists from initiating theirs. Also, the "Season Zero" and "Duel Monsters" anime distinction only exists in the anime because those were two different and otherwise unrelated adaptations of the same source manga.

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** If you've taken the time to read the original manga, you'd know that he was still creating Shadow Games during Duelist Kingdom. The reason he stops doing them after that arc is actually explained. Pegasus says there's an evil presence within all of the Millennium Items and Dark Yuugi, not knowing who he really is, wants to dissociate himself from that as best as he could. Which is why he didn't give Peagsus Pegasus a Penalty Game and stops initiating Shadow Games entirely. This, of course, has nothing to do with how he could have initiated his own Shadow Games with less legal punishments to keep the antagonists from initiating theirs. Also, the "Season Zero" and "Duel Monsters" anime distinction only exists in the anime because those were two different and otherwise unrelated adaptations of the same source manga.manga, which had no disconnection between the two "eras".
17th Apr '16 1:40:10 PM yuugame
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** If you've read the manga, you'd know that he was still creating Shadow Games during Duelist Kingdom. The reason he stops doing them after that arc is actually explained. Pegasus says there's an evil presence within all of the Millennium Items and Dark Yuugi, not knowing who he really is, wants to dissociate himself from that as best as he could. Which is why he didn't give Peagsus a Penalty Game and stops initiating Shadow Games entirely. This, of course, has nothing to do with how he could have initiated his own Shadow Games with less legal punishments to keep the antagonists from initiating theirs.

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** If you've taken the time to read the original manga, you'd know that he was still creating Shadow Games during Duelist Kingdom. The reason he stops doing them after that arc is actually explained. Pegasus says there's an evil presence within all of the Millennium Items and Dark Yuugi, not knowing who he really is, wants to dissociate himself from that as best as he could. Which is why he didn't give Peagsus a Penalty Game and stops initiating Shadow Games entirely. This, of course, has nothing to do with how he could have initiated his own Shadow Games with less legal punishments to keep the antagonists from initiating theirs. Also, the "Season Zero" and "Duel Monsters" anime distinction only exists in the anime because those were two different and otherwise unrelated adaptations of the same source manga.
17th Apr '16 1:37:45 PM yuugame
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** If you've read the manga, you'd know that he was still creating Shadow Games during Duelist Kingdom. The reason he stops doing them after that arc is actually explained. Pegasus says there's an evil presence within all of the Millennium Items and Dark Yuugi, not knowing who he really is, wants to dissociate himself from that as best as he could. Which is why he didn't give Peagsus a Penalty Game and stops initiating Shadow Games entirely. This, of course, has nothing to do with how he could have initiated his own Shadow Games with less legal punishments to keep the antagonists from initiating theirs.
11th Apr '16 5:49:12 PM Lullaby22
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* In the first episode, Kaiba wants to take Solomon's Blue-Eyes White Dragon card because it's the only copy of it that he doesn't own and he doesn't want it ever to be used against him (at least in the dub. I haven't watched the sub version). This raises the question: Who did he think would use it against him? It was sitting behind the counter in a game shop owned by a guy who was implicitly retired from dueling and who refused on principle to trade the card to anyone. Kaiba's concern that it might be used against him (or that one Blue-Eyes was somehow more powerful than his three, for that matter) doesn't make any sense.
11th Apr '16 5:48:12 PM Lullaby22
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* I know the characters make such a big deal about playing by the rules, but if your life is on the line cheating would be the wise thing to do. None of the villianamed ever try to shoot yugi or his friends right before they lose.

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* I know the characters make such a big deal about playing by the rules, but if your life is on the line cheating would be the wise thing to do. None of the villianamed villians amed ever try to shoot yugi Yugi or his friends right before they lose.


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* In the first episode, Kaiba wants to take Solomon's Blue-Eyes White Dragon card because it's the only copy of it that he doesn't own and he doesn't want it ever to be used against him (at least in the dub. I haven't watched the sub version). This raises the question: Who did he think would use it against him? It was sitting behind the counter in a game shop owned by a guy who was implicitly retired from dueling and who refused on principle to trade the card to anyone. Kaiba's concern that it might be used against him (or that one Blue-Eyes was somehow more powerful than his three, for that matter) doesn't make any sense.
4th Apr '16 10:28:07 AM optomas
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*The Sacred Cards appears to have been programmed in a bit of a hurry. For example, the game gives you a free locator card for beating Rare Hunter with no notice. Usually, the game tells you when you win a locator card and the duelist who you win it from wagers the card before the duel. This one just appears in your inventory.
**The duel against Arkana seems to have been added as a last-minute idea. In order to initiate the duel, you have to challenge one of the countless NPC characters in the overworld THEN start a conversation with him. There's no indication that this character is special or that you should engage him again after beating him once.
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