History Manga / YuGiOh

7th Oct '17 10:26:43 AM lalalei2001
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Dragon Card is never brought up after its sole appearance, and Yami Yugi can only hope no one else finds it and unseals the dragons.
2nd Oct '17 8:41:27 PM intastiel
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* ImprovisedLockpick: When Jonouchi is chained to the AxCrazy Chopman as part of Kaiba's Death-T challenge, he uses a metal candle stick to pick the lock and free himself.
1st Oct '17 11:46:04 PM lalalei2001
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* UncattyResemblance: Everyone's, but especially Yugi's, virtual pet in the manga.

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* UncattyResemblance: UncattyResemblance:
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Everyone's, but especially Yugi's, virtual pet in the manga.



* UnsoundEffect: At least in Polish version there are effects like "SIT!" or "STARE!". This is probably because they didn't know how to translate Japanese onomatopoeias into Polish, so they just wrote actions those sounds described.
* TheVamp: Ms. Chono and Mai.
* WagerSlave: In the manga, this was basically the entire point.

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* UnsoundEffect: At least in In Polish version translation there are effects like "SIT!" or "STARE!". This is probably because they didn't know how to translate Japanese onomatopoeias into Polish, so they just wrote actions those sounds described.
"STARE!".
* TheVamp: Ms. Chono and Mai.
Mai flirt with men to get them to let their guards down.
* WagerSlave: ViewersAreGoldfish: In Duelist Kingdom, Yugi and his friends forget that Pegasus really ''can'' read minds despite having seen him use it on Kaiba the manga, this was basically day before, and Pegasus explaining to Yugi directly how his Eye worked after their first game and Yugi relaying the entire point.information to his friends afterward. Card effects also tend to be explained even if they're staples.



* WhiteHairBlackHeart: Bakura's evil alter ego (the normal Bakura is a complete aversion). Also Marik and his SplitPersonality.
* TheWorfEffect: Mai Kujaku. No, seriously. Top-notch duelist who gets seeded off against the most dangerous opponents, and ends up being MindRaped by Dark Marik. Despite being a very skilled duelist, she keeps going up against super-powerful opponents to show the viewers how hard it'll be for the other heroes to win.
* WorldOfHam: Games are ''serious business''.
--> ''"Games mean conflict - a combat between two enemies. It’s the same for all of them! Cards, chess, the blood-soaked wars of the human race… All these are different kinds of games. Do you know what god gave to people so they could play games in this world? A single chip called life!"''
---> --'''Seto Kaiba''', Chapter 106 (Duelist Kingdom), in response to Yugi's unwillingness to send him off to his death.

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* WhiteHairBlackHeart: Bakura's evil alter ego (the normal Bakura is a complete aversion).Yami Bakura. Also Marik and his SplitPersonality.
* TheWorfEffect: Mai Kujaku. No, seriously. Top-notch Kujaku is a top-notch duelist who gets seeded paired off against the most dangerous opponents, and ends up being MindRaped by Dark Marik. Despite being a very skilled duelist, she keeps going up against super-powerful opponents to show the viewers how hard it'll be for the other heroes to win.
* WorldOfHam: Games are ''serious business''.
--> ''"Games mean conflict - a combat between two enemies. It’s the same for all of them! Cards, chess, the blood-soaked wars of the human race… All these are different kinds of games. Do you know what god gave to people so they could play games in this world? A single chip called life!"''
---> --'''Seto Kaiba''', Chapter 106 (Duelist Kingdom), in response to Yugi's unwillingness to send him off to his death.
business'', and everyone's dialogue reflects that.



** Back when Jonouchi and Honda used to pick on Yugi, Anzu would stick up for him.
** When Kaiba had Yugi on the ropes with three Blue-Eyes White Dragons, Yugi was too scared to even move at first, until he envisioned his friends standing with him. To his luck, the confidence they gave him allowed Yugi to draw Exodia the Forbidden One and beat Kaiba.
*** This happens again during his duel with Pegasus. As they were playing a shadow game, host Yugi was slowly dying due to the game's sinsiter energies. Dark Yugi couldn't play alone due to Pegasus having the ability to read his mind, but when Yugi's friends focused their feelings on him, Dark Yugi regained his confidence and met Pegasus head-on.
** Happened twice during the ''Millenium World'' saga:
*** The Pharaoh was fighting the bandit king Bakura, whose powers were too much even for him. Just when it seemed like Bakura might be able to kill him, Yugi and his friends stepped up and offered their energy so he could summon the sun god Ra to vanquish Bakura.
*** Zorc Necrophades was able to kill of most of the Pharaoh's priests and soldiers and managed to seriously wear the Pharaoh down to his last sliver of life, but then Yugi and friends made a second reappearance and gave him the key to awakening Horakthy, destroying Zorc in one fell swoop.
* YouCantFightFate: Somewhat. Averted in Kaiba's duel with Ishizu.

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** Back when Jonouchi and Honda used to pick on Yugi, Anzu would stick up for him.
** When Kaiba had Yugi on the ropes with three Blue-Eyes White Dragons, Yugi was too scared to even move draw at first, until he envisioned his friends standing with him. To his luck, the The confidence they gave him allowed Yugi to draw Exodia the Forbidden One and beat Kaiba.
*** This happens again during his ** When Yugi and Pegasus duel with Pegasus. As they were playing and it becomes a shadow game, host Shadow Game, Yugi was slowly dying due to the game's sinsiter energies. Dark Yugi couldn't play alone due to Pegasus having the ability to read his mind, but when Yugi's friends focused their feelings on him, Dark they managed to block the Mind Scan and enable Yugi regained his confidence and met Pegasus head-on.
to win.
** Happened twice during In the ''Millenium World'' saga:
*** The
Millennium World, the Pharaoh was fighting the bandit king Bakura, whose powers were too much even for him. Just when it seemed like Bakura might be able was about to kill him, Yugi and his friends stepped up and offered their energy so he could summon the sun god Ra to vanquish Bakura.
*** ** Zorc Necrophades was able to kill of off most of the Pharaoh's priests and soldiers soldiers, and managed to seriously wear the Pharaoh down to his last sliver of life, down, but then Yugi and friends made a second reappearance and gave him the key to awakening Horakthy, destroying Zorc in one fell swoop.
hit.
* YouCantFightFate: Somewhat. Destiny plays a big role in the series, with the main characters generally following the path fate led for them. Averted in Kaiba's duel with Ishizu.Ishizu, where he manages to change fate with his own will.
11th Aug '17 5:18:17 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* RousseauWasRight: Numerous bad guys including Marik Ishtar and Pegasus all seem hopelessly callous and evil only to eventually prove to be good at heart, whether by exorcism of an evil side or simple persuasion, usually by Yugi or the Pharaoh. Seto Kaiba is also routinely obnoxious and cold yet occasionally proves to have a compassionate side, which is usually related to his love for his little brother Mokuba.

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* RousseauWasRight: Numerous bad guys including Marik Ishtar and Less prevalent than in [[Anime/YuGiOh the second-series anime]], especially since manga!Kaiba remains a huge {{Jerkass}} (bar the occasional PetTheDog moment with Mokuba), Pegasus all seem hopelessly callous ''at best'' gets a RedemptionEqualsDeath, and evil only most of the one-shot villains (who survive their encounters with the Pharaoh) remain assholes to eventually prove the bone, but there's still something to be good at heart, whether by exorcism of an evil side or simple persuasion, usually by said about how both Yugi or and the Pharaoh. Seto Kaiba is also routinely obnoxious Pharaoh absolutely ''refuse'' to give up on Marik - up to that point one of the most monstrous individuals they've run into, even subtracting his psychotic split-personality - and cold yet occasionally proves to have a compassionate side, which is usually related to ultimately win his love for his little brother Mokuba.friendship.
30th Jul '17 3:40:55 AM zoopyDoopy
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* ShrugOfGod: When asked once in an interview whether Yugi and Anzu will get together post-series, Takahashi has said they might get married when Anzu returns from America.
1st May '17 4:06:25 AM tropower
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The first seven volumes have the most variety in games; from then on, the most common game that appeared was Duel Monsters, the [[TabletopGame/YuGiOh Yu-Gi-Oh! card game]], in response to favorable reader reception.

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The first seven volumes have the most variety in games; from then on, the most common game that appeared was Duel Monsters, the [[TabletopGame/YuGiOh Yu-Gi-Oh! card game]], game]][[note]]Although, at first the game was called "Magic and Wizards", or "M&W" for short.[[/note]], in response to favorable reader reception.



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[[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.
10th Apr '17 10:53:30 PM hollowpride
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* {{Reincarnation}}: Some characters introduced during the course of the series are (or implied to be) reincarnations of the ancient Egyptian characters introduced in the Millennium World arc. [[spoiler:Common Epileptic Trees is that Ryou is something similar in regards to the ancient BigBad Thief King Bakura. Seto (with Set) and Ishizu (with Isis) are straighter examples.]]
* ReincarnationRomance: [[spoiler:Seto and Kisara.]]

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* {{Reincarnation}}: Some characters introduced during the course of the series are (or implied to be) reincarnations of the ancient Egyptian characters introduced in the Millennium World arc. [[spoiler:Common Epileptic Trees is that Ryou is something similar in regards to the ancient BigBad Thief King Bakura. Seto [[spoiler:Seto (with Set) and Ishizu (with Isis) are straighter examples.Isis).]]
* ReincarnationRomance: [[spoiler:Seto and Kisara.Kisara, depending on your view.]]
12th Mar '17 7:27:03 AM hollowpride
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* {{Reincarnation}}: Many characters introduced during the course of the series are (or implied to be) reincarnations of the ancient Egyptian characters introduced in the Millennium World arc. [[spoiler:Common Epileptic Trees is that Ryou is something similar in regards to the ancient BigBad Thief King Bakura. Seto (with Set) and Ishizu (with Isis) are straighter examples.]]

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* {{Reincarnation}}: Many Some characters introduced during the course of the series are (or implied to be) reincarnations of the ancient Egyptian characters introduced in the Millennium World arc. [[spoiler:Common Epileptic Trees is that Ryou is something similar in regards to the ancient BigBad Thief King Bakura. Seto (with Set) and Ishizu (with Isis) are straighter examples.]]
13th Feb '17 7:53:11 AM Basara-kun
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* TheChessmaster: Kaiba in the Death-T arc. He even has the chessboard.



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

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* TheChessmaster: Kaiba in {{Chuunibyou}}: Before the Death-T arc. He even has manga became entirely about card games, one VillainOfTheWeek was a classmate who claimed he could see the chessboard.future (and arranged for his predictions to come true). When exposed by Yugi, it turned out his predictions were all prewritten, such as "There will be an earthquake". [[CaptainObvious In Japan.]]
3rd Jan '17 6:46:59 PM lalalei2001
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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: The price for losing or cheating one of the Pharaoh's Shadow Games is to receive a "Penalty Game" that would deliver LaserGuidedKarma. This ranged from seeing nothing but hallucinations of money, to having ''your vision censored like a mosaic''.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: In the Death-T arc Anzu is fired from her waitress job and gets hired at [=KaibaCorp=]'s laser tag game, and is put on the one runthrough that has actual danger in it so she can help Yugi win. Making it even sillier is that she's Kaiba's classmate and he didn't recognize her, nor did his employees.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: The price for losing or cheating one of the Pharaoh's Shadow Games is to receive a "Penalty Game" that would deliver LaserGuidedKarma. This ranged ranges from seeing nothing but hallucinations of money, to having ''your your vision censored like a mosaic''.mosaic.
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