History Manga / YuGiOh

4th May '18 5:22:48 PM lalalei2001
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* InSeriesNickname: The "spirits" all have different nicknames of referring to their "hosts". Dark Bakura uses ''yadonushi'' (meaning "landlord") while Dark Marik uses ''shujinkaku-sama'' (literally meaning "Master Main Personality") and both cases indicate a sarcastic attitude. This makes Yami's ''aibou'' ("partner") nickname stands out, because he is the only one whose relationship with the host is genuine friendship with mutual respect. Interestingly, despite requiring a different kanji writing, ''aibou'' can also mean "loved one", fitting for all their HoYay moments.
* JapanesePronouns:
** This trope is an important part in emphasizing the differences between the "hosts" and the "spirits". The "hosts" (Yugi, Bakura, Marik) all use ''boku'', even in the case of Marik who was an arrogant villain for the first part of Battle City. The "spirits" (Yami, Dark Bakura, Dark Marik) on the other hand are all ''ore'' users, and Dark Bakura exaggerates this by using even ''ore-sama'' later on.
** Mosts male characters use ''ore'' except for the "hosts" as listed above. Otogi is an unusual case as he is a ''boku'' user in the [[Anime/YuGiOh anime]] instead, signifying the AdaptationPersonalityChange from a serious, stoical guy in the manga to a polite womanizer in the anime.
** The female characters also use different pronouns due to their different personalities. Anzu and Mai use ''atashi'' being MsFanservice and confidently feminine girls, Shizuka uses ''watashi'' being a quiet and shy girl, Ishizu uses ''watakushi'', signifying her maturity and humble attitude.

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* InSeriesNickname: The "spirits" all have different nicknames of referring to their "hosts". Dark Bakura uses ''yadonushi'' (meaning "landlord") while Dark Marik uses ''shujinkaku-sama'' (literally meaning "Master "Mister Main Personality") and both cases indicate a sarcastic attitude. This makes Yami's ''aibou'' ("partner") nickname stands out, because he is the only one whose relationship with the host is genuine friendship with mutual respect. Interestingly, despite requiring a different kanji writing, ''aibou'' can also mean "loved one", fitting for all their HoYay moments.\n* JapanesePronouns:\n** This trope is an important part in emphasizing the differences between the "hosts" and the "spirits". The "hosts" (Yugi, Bakura, Marik) all use ''boku'', even in the case of Marik who was an arrogant villain for the first part of Battle City. The "spirits" (Yami, Dark Bakura, Dark Marik) on the other hand are all ''ore'' users, and Dark Bakura exaggerates this by using even ''ore-sama'' later on.\n** Mosts male characters use ''ore'' except for the "hosts" as listed above. Otogi is an unusual case as he is a ''boku'' user in the [[Anime/YuGiOh anime]] instead, signifying the AdaptationPersonalityChange from a serious, stoical guy in the manga to a polite womanizer in the anime.\n** The female characters also use different pronouns due to their different personalities. Anzu and Mai use ''atashi'' being MsFanservice and confidently feminine girls, Shizuka uses ''watashi'' being a quiet and shy girl, Ishizu uses ''watakushi'', signifying her maturity and humble attitude.



* 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:

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* LighterAndSofter: The manga has a not-undeserved reputation for being DarkerAndEdgier than the either 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:up.



* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler: Towards the end of the Shadow RPG, High Priest of Darkness Akhenaden reveals to Priest Seto that he was his father all along and tries to make Priest Seto join him and become the King of Darkness]].
* MakeupIsEvil: Seen with Ms. Chono, who uses it so much it's like a mask.

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* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler: Towards the end of the Shadow RPG, High Priest of Darkness Akhenaden reveals to Priest Seto that he was his father all along along, and tries to make Priest Seto join him and become the King of Darkness]].
* MakeupIsEvil: Seen with Ms. Chono, who uses it so much makeup it's like a mask.mask. Her Penalty Game involves her makeup cracking off to reveal her ugly face and intentions.
14th Apr '18 4:18:14 PM nurikokairu
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* InSeriesNickname: The "spirits" all have different nicknames of referring to their "hosts". Dark Bakura uses ''yadonushi'' (meaning "landlord") while Dark Marik uses ''shujinkaku-sama'' (literally meaning "Master Main Personality") and both cases indicate a sarcastic attitude. This makes Yami's ''aibou'' ("partner") nickname stands out, because he is the only one whose relationship with the host is genuine friendship with mutual respect. Interestingly, despite requiring a different kanji writing, ''aibou'' can also mean "loved one", fitting for all their HoYay moments.
* JapanesePronouns:
** This trope is an important part in emphasizing the differences between the "hosts" and the "spirits". The "hosts" (Yugi, Bakura, Marik) all use ''boku'', even in the case of Marik who was an arrogant villain for the first part of Battle City. The "spirits" (Yami, Dark Bakura, Dark Marik) on the other hand are all ''ore'' users, and Dark Bakura exaggerates this by using even ''ore-sama'' later on.
** Mosts male characters use ''ore'' except for the "hosts" as listed above. Otogi is an unusual case as he is a ''boku'' user in the [[Anime/YuGiOh anime]] instead, signifying the AdaptationPersonalityChange from a serious, stoical guy in the manga to a polite womanizer in the anime.
** The female characters also use different pronouns due to their different personalities. Anzu and Mai use ''atashi'' being MsFanservice and confidently feminine girls, Shizuka uses ''watashi'' being a quiet and shy girl, Ishizu uses ''watakushi'', signifying her maturity and humble attitude.
24th Mar '18 2:24:23 PM borgjones
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* ShaggyDogStory: In ''Get the Million!'', after Dark Yugi inflicts a Penalty Game on the ZTV producer, Jonouchi successfully wins a million yen (which he intends to use to pay off his father's debt). Unfortunately, due to the producer's Penalty Game (where he goes on a rant on-air mocking his viewers), the TV station goes bankrupt, leaving Jonouchi's check worthless.
11th Mar '18 4:48:10 PM borgjones
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** 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 TheLastDance with Atem and Mokuba becomes the new president of the company]].
11th Mar '18 4:41:41 PM borgjones
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The manga was the basis for the [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries Toei anime]] and NAS [[Anime/YuGiOh Duel Monsters anime]]. ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' takes place six months after the manga (or a year after the anime in the West, and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi. There's also a two-part continuation of the manga called ''TRANSCEND GAME'' written by Takahashi, which serves as a prequel to the movie.

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The manga was the basis for the [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries Toei anime]] and NAS [[Anime/YuGiOh Duel Monsters anime]]. ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' takes place six months after the manga (or a year after the anime in the West, West), and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi. There's also a two-part continuation of the manga called ''TRANSCEND GAME'' written by Takahashi, which serves as a prequel to the movie.
11th Mar '18 4:38:22 PM borgjones
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The manga was the basis for the [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries Toei anime]] and NAS [[Anime/YuGiOh Duel Monsters anime]]. ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' takes place six months after the manga (or a year after the anime in the West[[note]]i.e., by [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids Entertainment's]] [[{{Macekre}} "definition"]].[[/note]]) and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi. There's also a two-part continuation of the manga called ''TRANSCEND GAME'' written by Takahashi, which serves as a prequel to the movie.

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The manga was the basis for the [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries Toei anime]] and NAS [[Anime/YuGiOh Duel Monsters anime]]. ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'' takes place six months after the manga (or a year after the anime in the West[[note]]i.e., by [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids Entertainment's]] [[{{Macekre}} "definition"]].[[/note]]) West, and is the first ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime adaptation with direct involvement from Kazuki Takahashi. There's also a two-part continuation of the manga called ''TRANSCEND GAME'' written by Takahashi, which serves as a prequel to the movie.
11th Mar '18 4:36:04 PM borgjones
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The Viz translation of the manga is very inconsistent with naming. A notable example are the times where they make Mokuba call his big brother "Kaiba" when he called him "nii-sama" in the original version. They also refer to Mai Kujaku as Mai Shiranui a few times, and a mistranslation involving Dark Marik made it seem like he was around for a thousand years.


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* InconsistentDub: The Viz translation of the manga is very inconsistent with naming. A notable example are the times where they make Mokuba call his big brother "Kaiba" when he called him "nii-sama" in the original version. They also refer to Mai Kujaku as Mai Shiranui a few times, and a mistranslation involving Dark Marik made it seem like he was around for a thousand years.
9th Mar '18 1:16:43 PM MackWylde
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The ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' manga by Kazuki Takahashi tells the story of Yugi Mutou, who is pulled into the world of high-stakes gaming after completing the Millennium Puzzle and awakening the Pharaoh within, gaining a darker personality known as Dark Yugi. The title of this manga means "Game King" in Japanese and thus it contains a number of games, all of which happen to have at least one thing that's being [[WagerSlave wagered]]. These games are usually played as Shadow Games, games in which the loser receives a dark punishment called a Penalty Game, which may or may not result in death. There is also a strong theme of friendship and unity between the main character and his circle of friends, and also the meeting of hearts through the medium of games.

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The ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' manga by Kazuki Takahashi Creator/KazukiTakahashi tells the story of Yugi Mutou, who is pulled into the world of high-stakes gaming after completing the Millennium Puzzle and awakening the Pharaoh within, gaining a darker personality known as Dark Yugi. The title of this manga means "Game King" in Japanese and thus it contains a number of games, all of which happen to have at least one thing that's being [[WagerSlave wagered]]. These games are usually played as Shadow Games, games in which the loser receives a dark punishment called a Penalty Game, which may or may not result in death. There is also a strong theme of friendship and unity between the main character and his circle of friends, and also the meeting of hearts through the medium of games.
6th Jan '18 7:13:21 PM lalalei2001
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** Dark Bakura's avatar in the Monster World RPG is Dark Master Zorc. [[spoiler: The main antagonist of the final arc turns out to be an ancient demon that Dark Bakura is trying to revive, also named Zorc]].

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** Dark Bakura's avatar in the Monster World RPG is Dark Master Zorc. Zorc, and he mentions how they're one and the same. [[spoiler: The main antagonist of the final arc turns out to be an ancient demon that Dark Bakura is trying to revive, also named Zorc]].Zorc, who fused with Thief King Bakura to make Dark Bakura]].



* TheChessmaster: Kaiba in the Death-T arc. He even has the chessboard.

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* TheChessmaster: Kaiba in the Death-T arc. He arc even has the chessboard.a chessboard as he plans out his moves to take Yugi down.
6th Jan '18 10:35:38 AM yuugame2
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* RevisitingTheRoots: After nothing but Duel Monsters post-Dungeon Dice Monsters, the manga switches games during the Millennium World arc, showcasing an elaborate tabletop RPG.

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* RevisitingTheRoots: After nothing but Duel Monsters post-Dungeon Dice Monsters, the manga switches games during the Millennium World arc, showcasing an elaborate tabletop RPG.RPG, as well as showcasing a flashback with Yugi's grandpa taking on a room game within the Pharaoh's tomb among other things.
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