History Manga / YuGiOh

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.
12th Dec '16 11:06:51 PM mega95gox
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** 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.

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** Quick, how many sacrifices does the Giant God Soldier of Obelisk the Tormentor need to be summoned? It all depends on how many pages Kazuki Takahashi feels like drawing for this particular chapter.
12th Dec '16 11:06:26 PM mega95gox
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** The Sun Dragon of Ra versus basically anything. Except for Mai's CriticalFailure attempt at using it.

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** The Sun Winged God Dragon of Ra versus basically anything. Except for Mai's CriticalFailure attempt at using it.
6th Dec '16 8:43:59 PM 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:It is heavily implied that Yugi is the other half of Atem that didn't get sealed into the puzzle and just sort of floated around until it was born again. 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 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:It is heavily implied that Yugi is the other half of Atem that didn't get sealed into the puzzle and just sort of floated around until it was born again. Common [[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.]]
20th Oct '16 11:25:48 PM yuugame
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** An important plot device of the entire series, the concept of "Penalty Games" (the Japanese term being "Batsu Game), is inspired by the real life Penalty Games used in Japanese ''owarai'' stage comedy and variety shows, which involved losers of certain challenges and bets to experience rather unpleasant things. They're not lethal or horrifying like they are in Yu-Gi-Oh! - they're actually pretty funny because of the reactions - but are humiliating to the recieiving end of the punishment nonetheless.

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** An important plot device of the entire series, the concept of "Penalty Games" (the Japanese term being "Batsu Game), Game"), is inspired by the real life Penalty Games used in Japanese ''owarai'' stage comedy and variety shows, which involved losers of certain challenges and bets to experience rather unpleasant things. They're not lethal or horrifying like they are in Yu-Gi-Oh! - they're actually pretty funny because of the reactions - but are humiliating to the recieiving end of the punishment nonetheless.
20th Oct '16 11:15:08 PM yuugame
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* PlotTumor: The Duel Monsters card game after volume eight. After Duelist Kingdom, Ryuji Otogi is introduced and the plot briefly goes back to its formula of switching games for several chapters, introducing Bar Bet games and Dragons, Dice, & Dungeons. After DDD is over and done with, the card game is the major plot device during Battle City. The Memory World, while an RPG, uses Duel Monsters and duel-related concepts, and the Ceremonial Battle is a game of Duel Monsters.

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* PlotTumor: The Duel Monsters card game after volume eight. After Duelist Kingdom, Ryuji Otogi is introduced and the plot briefly goes back to its formula of switching games for several chapters, introducing Bar Bet games and Dragons, Dice, & Dungeons. After DDD is over and done with, the card game is the major plot device during Battle City. The Memory World, while an RPG, uses Duel Monsters and duel-related concepts alongside its own monsters and concepts, and the Ceremonial Battle is a game of Duel Monsters.
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