History Manga / YuGiOh

22nd Aug '16 5:05:12 PM Kervinle2500
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** The 2016 movie ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' isn't necessarily non-canon to the DM anime, but it is first and foremost set in the continnity of the manga.

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** The 2016 movie ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' isn't necessarily non-canon to the DM anime, but it is first and foremost set in the continnity continuity of the manga.manga.
** Speaking of the movie, The fate of Seto Kaiba. In ''GX'', he is still the president of Kaiba Corp. In ''Darkside of Dimensions''? [[spoiler: He goes into the afterlife to have OneLastDance with Atem]]. To add things further, [[spoiler: Mokuba becomes the new president of the company]].
29th Jul '16 6:12:11 PM lalalei2001
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Whether on the seat of his pants or planned, Takahashi managed to sprinkle a lot of hints towards even later arcs during the course of the manga's run. For example, the final StoryArc, Pharaoh's Memory, is foreshadowed in ''volume two''.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Whether on the seat of his pants or planned, %%* {{Foreshadowing}}: Takahashi managed to sprinkle a lot of hints towards even later arcs during the course of the manga's run. For example, the final StoryArc, Pharaoh's Memory, is foreshadowed in ''volume two''.
29th Jul '16 5:55:59 PM yuugame
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*{{Foreshadowing}}: Whether on the seat of his pants or planned, Takahashi managed to sprinkle a lot of hints towards even later arcs during the course of the manga's run. For example, the final StoryArc, Pharaoh's Memory, is foreshadowed in ''volume two''.
29th Jul '16 5:47:40 PM yuugame
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** In the Japanese edition of the manga, the Millennium Items are referred to as the "''Sennen'' Items" (''Sennen'' Puzzle, ''Sennen'' Ring, etc.), "Sennen" meaning "Millennium" in Japanese. Japanese Pegasus still calls his the "''Millennium'' Eye", not the Sennen Eye. The other characters occassionally do as well.
29th Jul '16 5:22:15 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* CrapsaccharineWorld: Easier to spot in the early chapters, where it seemed like every corner of Domino City was populated by bullies (or worse) out to get our heroes, and adult authorities are either [[AdultsAreUseless useless]] or nonexistent. After the card games took over, this lessened, with most of the wrongdoings being concentrated into a couple magically-powered BigBads and their henchmen.
16th Jul '16 5:08:31 AM lalalei2001
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* ArcWords: "Something you can show, but can't see" gets repeated quite a lot, at least early on. Originally it referred to the Sennen Puzzle, but it's used to refer to many different things since then, by slightly altering the way the line is interpreted.

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* ArcWords: "Something you can show, but can't see" gets repeated quite a lot, at least early on. Originally it referred to the Sennen Millennium Puzzle, but it's used to refer to many different things since then, by slightly altering the way the line is interpreted.



* GratuitousEnglish: In the Japanese manga, Pegasus J. Crawford spouts random English from time to time, being a foreigner. Also, in Japanese, the Millennium Items are referred to as the "''Sennen'' Items" (''Sennen'' Puzzle, ''Sennen'' Ring, etc.), "Sennen" meaning "Millennium" in Japanese. Japanese Pegasus still calls his the "''Millennium'' Eye."

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* GratuitousEnglish: In the Japanese manga, Pegasus J. Crawford spouts random English from time to time, being a foreigner. Also, in Japanese, the Millennium Items are referred to as the "''Sennen'' Items" (''Sennen'' Puzzle, ''Sennen'' Ring, etc.), "Sennen" meaning "Millennium" in Japanese. Japanese Pegasus still calls his the "''Millennium'' Eye."American.
15th Jul '16 10:53:46 AM Rubber_Lotus
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* ArcWords: "Something you can see, but can't see" gets repeated quite a lot, at least early on. Originally it referred to the Sennen Puzzle, but it's used to refer to many different things since then, by slightly altering the way the line is interpreted.

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* ArcWords: "Something you can see, show, but can't see" gets repeated quite a lot, at least early on. Originally it referred to the Sennen Puzzle, but it's used to refer to many different things since then, by slightly altering the way the line is interpreted.
14th Jul '16 8:27:55 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* CalvinBall: Duel Monsters is this in Duelist Kingdom, since rules that would be nonexistent happen frequently, such as Kazejin blowing away an attack yet it still affecting the other monsters, Normal Monsters having effects, and Yugi activating a spell from his hand during an opponent's turn. In general, the field system that Pegasus set up for Duelist Kingdom seems to draw heavily on role-playing game logic. Battle City was better about this but still had odd moments here and there.

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* CalvinBall: Duel Monsters is this in Duelist Kingdom, since rules that would be nonexistent happen frequently, such as Kazejin blowing away an attack yet it still affecting the other monsters, Normal Monsters having effects, and Yugi activating a spell from his hand during an opponent's turn. In general, the field system that Pegasus set up for Duelist Kingdom seems to draw heavily on role-playing game logic. Battle City was better about this but still had odd moments here and there.there (it's especially bad in Jonouchi's duel with Kajiki Ryota, whose entire strategy ''still'' revolves around nebulous field advantages).
** Quick, how many sacrifices does Obelisk the Tormentor need to be summoned? It all depends on how many pages Kazuki Takahashi feels like drawing for this particular chapter.
7th Jul '16 8:47:09 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* LighterAndSofter: The manga has a not-undeserved reputation for being DarkerAndEdgier than the anime, but there are a few instances where Takahashi went for something more low-key while the anime ramped things up for RuleOfDrama's sake:
** In the manga, Yugi's grandpa wasn't really ''kidnapped'' by Pegasus; his soul was instead sealed inside a video tape, and Yugi could talk with him through a camcorder whenever he liked. The anime makes it a straight case of YourSoulIsMine, and anime!Yugi is appropriately angstier about the whole affair.
** While the manga makes it clear that receiving the Millennium Eye was ''[[EyeScream not]]'' pleasant for Pegasus, the actual insertion was done off-panel. The anime, on the other hand, lets the audience see every second of Shadi painfully jamming it in the poor guy's eye socket.
7th Jul '16 4:22:14 PM HighCrate
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* ThinlyVeiledDubCountryChange: The Italian translation of the manga changes the currency used to a local currency, while still keeping it set in Japan. So people will refer to cents instead of yen, despite the coins and bills appearing clearly being yen coins and bills. [[InconsistentDub Only in two chapters far apart from eachother, one in Volume 3 and one in Volume 19]], while Yen are mentioned with no problem in every other chapter. Also, in both the chapters [[TheyJustDidntCare money was clearly shown]]. Indeed, [[SarcasmMode that silver coin with "500" on it is clearly the famous 4,60 coin]].

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* ThinlyVeiledDubCountryChange: The Italian translation of the manga changes the currency used to a local currency, while still keeping it set in Japan. So people will refer to cents instead of yen, despite the coins and bills appearing clearly being yen coins and bills. [[InconsistentDub Only in two chapters far apart from eachother, one in Volume 3 and one in Volume 19]], while Yen are mentioned with no problem in every other chapter. Also, in both the chapters [[TheyJustDidntCare money was clearly shown]].shown. Indeed, [[SarcasmMode that silver coin with "500" on it is clearly the famous 4,60 coin]].
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