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4th Feb '16 9:18:33 PM lalalei2001
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* Several of the Shadow Games from the original manga and the Toei anime are incredibly dangerous. and many of them are from the main hero's SuperPoweredEvilSide. One of the mildest examples of the Penalty Games is setting someone on fire.
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* Several of the Shadow Games from the original manga and the Toei anime are incredibly dangerous. dangerous, and many of them are from the main hero's SuperPoweredEvilSide. One of the mildest examples of the Penalty Games is setting someone on fire.
28th Jan '16 8:10:59 AM Valkyria
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Edited two typos of the word "lose" by removing the extra "o" they had.
* The Doma/Doom/"Waking the Dragons" arc. The whole soul-stealing thing was bad, but considering how we had Yami using the evil "Seal of Orichalcos" card, and going all evil, only to loose his duel, but Yugi took his place so he wouldn't loose his soul, then the duel against Yugi where ''he'' used said evil card... not to mention the revelation of who the Orichalchos Knights were behind their helmets... ''gah'' that was a really dark season!
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* The Doma/Doom/"Waking the Dragons" arc. The whole soul-stealing thing was bad, but considering how we had Yami using the evil "Seal of Orichalcos" card, and going all evil, only to loose lose his duel, but Yugi took his place so he wouldn't loose lose his soul, then the duel against Yugi where ''he'' used said evil card... not to mention the revelation of who the Orichalchos Knights were behind their helmets... ''gah'' that was a really dark season!
10th Jan '16 3:48:22 PM lalalei2001
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** During Rafael's duel with Yugi, the latter activates a card that brings up one of Rafael's memories. Said memory? Dartz telling him bluntly that his family is dead and making him confirm it by ''digging up their graves with his bare hands''. As if that wasn't bad enough, he turns up a pair of skulls, implied to be those of his brother and sister, and we get a [[SarcasmMode lovely]] [[GrossUpCloseUp detailed close-up]] of the skulls in his hands. Shortly after, Dartz makes him use the Seal for the first time, which triggers the transformation of Guardian Eatos into Guardian Dreadscythe. A transformation which, if her reaction is any indication, was ''extremely painful''. No wonder much of the scene was cut in the dub.
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** During Rafael's second duel with Yugi, the latter activates a card that brings up one of Rafael's memories. Said memory? Dartz telling him bluntly that his family is dead and making him confirm it by ''digging up their graves with his bare hands''. As if that wasn't bad enough, he turns up a pair of skulls, implied to be those of his brother and sister, and we get a [[SarcasmMode lovely]] [[GrossUpCloseUp detailed close-up]] of the skulls in his hands. Shortly after, Dartz makes him use the Seal for the first time, which triggers the transformation of Guardian Eatos into Guardian Dreadscythe. A transformation which, if her reaction is any indication, was ''extremely painful''. No wonder much of the scene was cut in the dub.

* Chapter 21 of the manga, we have Kujirada's digital pet who, apart from looking absolutely disturbing and scary, eats other pets! ** Then there's episode 7 of season 0, the anime version of that chapter. Basically, [[spoiler: Kujirada appears to be the bad guy... until the real BigBad of that episode reveals himself in the form of a creepy, glasses-wearing little kid known as Haiyama, who until then was considered the victim of Kujirada's bullying. Turns out ''Kujirada'' is the victim and Haiyama's the one who bullied him senseless with a ''friggin whip,'' and it's implied he has a long history of doing this to big, tough-looking guys to make them do his bidding. Just imagine what would have happened had the CreepyChild not been unmasked...]] probably one of the few instances in which the anime was darker than the manga.
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* Chapter In chapter 21 of the manga, we have there's Kujirada's digital pet who, apart from looking absolutely disturbing and scary, eats other pets! pets. ** Then there's episode 7 of season 0, the anime version of that chapter. Basically, [[spoiler: Kujirada appears to be the bad guy... until the real BigBad of that episode reveals himself in the form of a creepy, glasses-wearing little kid known as Haiyama, who until then was considered the victim of Kujirada's bullying. Turns out ''Kujirada'' is the victim and Haiyama's the one who bullied him senseless with a ''friggin whip,'' and it's implied he has a long history of doing this to big, tough-looking guys to make them do his bidding. Just imagine what would have happened had the CreepyChild not been unmasked...unmasked.]] probably It's one of the few instances in which the anime was darker than the manga.
6th Jan '16 6:52:44 PM BossKey
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** During Rafael's duel with Yugi, the latter activates a card that brings up one of Rafael's memories. Said memory? Dartz telling him bluntly that his family is dead and making him confirm it by ''digging up their graves with his bare hands''. As if that wasn't bad enough, he turns up a pair of skulls, implied to be those of his brother and sister, and we get a [[SarcasmMode lovely]] [[GrossUpCloseUp detailed close-up]] of the skulls in his hands. Shortly after, Dartz makes him use the Seal for the first time, which triggers the transformation of Guardian Eatos into Guardian Dreadscythe. A transformation which, if her reaction is any indication, was ''extremely painful''. No wonder much of the scene was cut in the dub.
22nd Dec '15 1:30:40 PM lalalei2001
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* Several of the Shadow Games from the Original Manga and the Toei Anime are incredibly dangerous. and many of them are from the main heroes SuperPoweredEvilSide, no less. One of the mildest examples of the Penalty Games is SETTING SOMEONE ON FIRE! ** Kanekura's Penalty Game is also disturbing, as Ammit towers over him and the shock gives him a heart attack. Neither Ammit itself or Kanekura's shocked face is decent to look at, to say at least... *** The chapter when Jounouchi had been forced back into his evil gang, but when he rebelled, they took him to a warehouse where they TORTURED HIM, by beating him and electrocuting him with a taser. *** Also, in Chapter 5, when Anzu gets knocked out with chloroform...and it's implied that the guy who knocked her out wants to rape her. Creepy enough...but then, we never get to see what Dark Yugi himself does to her, do we? The chapter ends with him standing next to her unconscious body. We have NO IDEA what he could have done to her.
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* Several of the Shadow Games from the Original Manga original manga and the Toei Anime anime are incredibly dangerous. and many of them are from the main heroes SuperPoweredEvilSide, no less. hero's SuperPoweredEvilSide. One of the mildest examples of the Penalty Games is SETTING SOMEONE ON FIRE! ** setting someone on fire. * Kanekura's Penalty Game is also disturbing, as Ammit towers over him and the shock gives him a heart attack. Neither Ammit itself or Kanekura's shocked face is decent to look at, to say at least... *** least. * The chapter when Jounouchi had has been forced back into his evil gang, but when he rebelled, they took him to a warehouse where they TORTURED HIM, tortured him by beating him and electrocuting him with a taser. *** * Also, in Chapter 5, when Anzu gets knocked out with chloroform...and it's implied that the guy who knocked her out wants to rape her. Creepy enough...but then, we never get to see what Dark Yugi himself does to her, do we? The chapter ends with him standing next to her unconscious body. We have NO IDEA what he could have done to her.

** Some Fridge Horror: the dub has it that Pegasus set up the tournament because he could only take the Puzzle if he won it in a duel. Presumably, Yami could mind trip people from inside the Puzzle if they tried anything else, which we see in the manga with Otogi's father. It's a bit fridge-y because it seems to imply Yami is slave to whoever rightfully 'wins' the Puzzle, which, if they have bothered with it in Season 4, could have been a villain like Raphael or even Kaiba when he cheated to win way back in DK. * [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Ammit Ammit...just Ammit.]] The SlasherSmile [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Ammit on that thing does not help.]] ** The zombies right before, in another of Shadi's shadow games.
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** Some Fridge Horror: the The dub has it that Pegasus set up the tournament because he could only take the Puzzle if he won it in a duel. Presumably, Yami could mind trip people from inside the Puzzle if they tried anything else, which we see in the manga with Otogi's father. It's a bit fridge-y because it It seems to imply Yami is slave to whoever rightfully 'wins' the Puzzle, which, if they have bothered with it in Season 4, which could have been a villain like Raphael or even Kaiba when he cheated to win way back in DK. * [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Ammit Ammit...just Ammit.]] The SlasherSmile [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Ammit on that thing does not help.]] ** The zombies right before, in another of Shadi's shadow games.Duelist Kingdom.
22nd Dec '15 1:25:42 PM nightshade1218
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** [[spoiler:Mai]] herself delivers a minor one when she duels against Joey. Initially, Joey wants to prolong the duel to try to talk [[spoiler:Mai]] out of it, knowing that if she loses, she'll lose her soul. [[spoiler:Mai]] [[ShutUpKirk immediately replies back]], dead-seriously, [[TheSoulless "I have no soul."]] Needless to say, this surprises everyone in the room, including her own teammates.
1st Dec '15 10:13:47 AM lalalei2001
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* [[spoiler:Normal Bakura under the control of both Yami Bakura and Marik]] in Battle City is very unsettling in the manga. The sheer fact that [[spoiler:Bakura has essentially no free will at this point and is not even aware of it]] is already Nightmare Fuel-worthy in itself, but his [[DullEyesOfUnhappiness general expressions]] [[StepfordSmiler and behavior]] also sends him straight to the UncannyValley. There's a scene in the anime of [[spoiler:Yami Bakura]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext messily eating a steak]]. In the manga, however, it's [[spoiler:''normal'' Bakura who's eating... with an unnervingly vacant expression]].
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* [[spoiler:Normal Normal Bakura under the control of both Yami Bakura and Marik]] Marik in Battle City is very unsettling in the manga. The sheer fact that [[spoiler:Bakura Bakura has essentially no free will at this point and is not even aware of it]] it is already Nightmare Fuel-worthy bad in itself, but his [[DullEyesOfUnhappiness general expressions]] [[StepfordSmiler and behavior]] also sends him straight to the UncannyValley. There's a scene in the anime of [[spoiler:Yami Bakura]] Yami Bakura [[ItMakesSenseInContext messily eating a steak]]. In the manga, however, it's [[spoiler:''normal'' ''normal'' Bakura who's eating... with an unnervingly vacant expression]].expression.

* Panik/the Player Killer of Darkness, who threatened to burn Yugi alive in the anime and hang him in the manga. His strategy revolved around using the Castle of Dark Illusions to conceal his entire field in darkness and launch attacks where no one can see them.
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* Panik/the Player Killer of Darkness, who threatened to burn Yugi alive in the anime and hang him in the manga. His strategy revolved around using the Castle of Dark Illusions to conceal his entire field in darkness and launch attacks where no one can see them. When he lost the duel to Yugi in the anime, he tried to kill him with flamethrowers.
12th Nov '15 1:09:28 PM ultimomant
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* ''NightmareFuel/YuGiOhZexal''
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17th Oct '15 4:24:30 PM lalalei2001
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* Right after Bandit Keith [[spoiler:loses to Jonouchi in Duelist Kingdom,]] Keith decided to [[spoiler:confront Pegasus in the hall. He held out a knife and demanded that Pegasus give him the prize money. Pegasus' guard prepared to take out a gun, but Pegasus insisted there was no need for a weapon. Pegasus said that he was aware Keith had cheated against Jonouchi and that he intended to punish him. Pegasus deemed Keith to have lost his Duelist's mind when they fought in America and inflicted the "Hand and Gun" Penalty Game on him. Keith's hand was then slowly turned into a gun, which he was forced to use to play Russian Roulette with, killing himself.]]
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* Right after Bandit Keith [[spoiler:loses loses to Jonouchi in Duelist Kingdom,]] Kingdom, Keith decided to [[spoiler:confront confront Pegasus in the hall. He held out a knife and demanded that Pegasus give him the prize money. Pegasus' guard prepared to take out a gun, but Pegasus insisted there was no need for a weapon. Pegasus said that he was aware Keith had cheated against Jonouchi and that he intended to punish him. Pegasus deemed Keith to have lost his Duelist's mind when they fought in America and inflicted the "Hand and Gun" Penalty Game on him. Keith's [[spoiler:Keith's hand was then slowly turned into a gun, which he was forced to use to play Russian Roulette with, killing himself.]]

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* In the anime version of Duelist Kingdom, Yami Bakura can use Duel Monsters cards in reality. After restraining Pegasus's guards with Chain Energy and finding they were still pursuing him, he sicced Man-Eater Bug and Morphing Jar on them to dispatch them to the card graveyard, where the Reaper of Cards killed them.
17th Oct '15 2:19:54 PM lalalei2001
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* Panik/the Player Killer of Darkness, who threatened to burn Yugi alive in the anime and hang him in the manga. His strategy revolved around using the Castle of Dark Illusions to conceal his entire field in darkness and launch attacks where no one can see them.
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