History TabletopGame / YuGiOh

10th Sep '17 8:56:27 PM Gadjiltron
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%%* BlackMagicianGirl: Known in English as the [[DubNameChange Dark Magician Girl]].

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%%* * BlackMagicianGirl: Known TropeNamer, known in English as the [[DubNameChange Dark Magician Girl]].Girl]]. The card itself, however is not a full demonstration of the trope.



** There's Fushioh Richie, Buster Rancher, and Jormungardr. Fushioh roughly translates to undead king, but Richie should be Lich. Buster Rancher should be Buster Launcher and Jormungarder, which is easily overlooked, should be Jormungandr.

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** There's Fushioh Richie, Buster Rancher, and Jormungardr. Fushioh roughly translates to undead king, but Richie should be Lich. Buster Rancher should be Buster Launcher and Jormungarder, Jormungardr, which is easily overlooked, should be Jormungandr.Jormunga'''n'''dr.



** Of particular note: Level 4 normal monster cards with 1900+ ATK. Surprisingly easy to find, quick to bring onto the field and easily replaceable, they provide a more steady offensive counterpart to the high-ATK, difficult to Summon monsters of higher Level and can easily reach the attack power of those using Equip Spells.

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** Of particular note: Level 4 An [[UnskilledButStrong old-school "beatdown" Deck]] is typically focused on easy-to-summon monsters with high ATK scores without crippling drawbacks, with a sprinkling of removal to handle threats too strong to best in normal monster cards with combat, and an occasional buff to turn the tides in an unfavoured battle. These Decks often find value from 1900+ ATK. Surprisingly easy ATK Normal monsters, which is usually enough to find, quick to bring onto the field and easily replaceable, they provide defeat a more steady offensive counterpart to the high-ATK, difficult to Summon majority of other monsters of higher Level their calibre without accounting for effect synergies. Until the development and can easily reach popularization of archetypes by the attack power of those using Equip Spells.GX era, nearly ''every'' Deck in the game's early days was like this.



* SharedLifeMeter: Life Points work sort of like this. Monsters battling each other remove Life Points from each player, and when a player's Life Points reach zero they lose, along with all the monsters they were controlling.

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* SharedLifeMeter: SharedLifeMeter:
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Life Points work sort of like this. Monsters battling each other remove Life Points from each player, and when a player's Life Points reach zero they lose, along with all the monsters they were controlling.controlling.
** In a more straightforward fashion, official Team Dueling rules have both members of the team share a pool of 16,000 Life Points.



%%* {{Superhero}}: The [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Elemental_HERO Elemental HEROs]]

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%%* * {{Superhero}}: The general design of [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Elemental_HERO Elemental HEROs]]HEROes]] and their other HERO cousins.
6th Sep '17 4:50:58 AM MagBas
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* InNameOnly: The Graveyard is a lot looser than graveyards/discard piles in other card games. For Yu-Gi-Oh; don't expect cards, particularly monsters, to be there long.
5th Sep '17 5:43:34 PM MagBas
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation:
** Many cards have slightly different effects between the anime and the physical card game; what would be a game-breaker might be Nerfed when it becomes real, or vice-versa. Sometimes the rules are a little different as well; Summoning monsters in face-down defense position is very rare in the anime until ZEXAL (where it used as a standard rule) and most duelists just summon monsters in face-up defense position, but in the real game you ''have'' to set defense monsters face-down when played from your hand as a normal summon.
** As for a more direct example, Normal monsters. Take [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Maiden_of_the_Moonlight Maiden of the Moonlight]] for example. ''Powers beyond mortal comprehension'', huh? That 1500 ATK certainly says otherwise! Sure there are SOME examples where it fits, like the famous Blue-Eyes White Dragon (in terms of ATK, there are not many monsters that can stand up to it), but its just ridiculous for the most part. In fact, this is what made Shapesnatch a MemeticBadass.

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* GameplayAndStorySegregation:
** Many cards have slightly different effects between the anime and the physical card game; what would be a game-breaker might be Nerfed when it becomes real, or vice-versa. Sometimes the rules are a little different as well; Summoning monsters in face-down defense position is very rare in the anime until ZEXAL (where it used as a standard rule) and most duelists just summon monsters in face-up defense position, but in the real game you ''have'' to set defense monsters face-down when played from your hand as a normal summon.
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GameplayAndStorySegregation: As for a more direct example, Normal monsters. Take [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Maiden_of_the_Moonlight Maiden of the Moonlight]] for example. ''Powers beyond mortal comprehension'', huh? That 1500 ATK certainly says otherwise! Sure there are SOME examples where it fits, like the famous Blue-Eyes White Dragon (in terms of ATK, there are not many monsters that can stand up to it), but its just ridiculous for the most part. In fact, this is what made Shapesnatch a MemeticBadass.
3rd Sep '17 5:54:33 PM PotatoPatato
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* ChestMonster: [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Man-Eating_Treasure_Chest Man-Eating Treasure Chest]] and the [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Dark_Mimic_LV1 Dark]] [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Dark_Mimic_LV3 Mimic]] cards.
3rd Sep '17 11:53:55 AM CyberTiger88
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* Deckbuilding: Players construct their own decks, which must contain between 40 to 60 cards and no more than three of any single card (certain cards are limited to 2, 1, or 0 copies per deck, depending on whether you play the international ([[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/April_2015_Lists_%28TCG%29 TCG]]) or Japanese ([[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/April_2015_Lists_(OCG) OCG]]) version, updated as of April 2015). A secondary deck of no more than 15 cards can also be constructed; this "Extra Deck" contains "Fusion Monsters," "Synchro Monsters" and "Xyz Monsters" which are Summoned to the field by combining other monsters in various ways. As the official rules state that matches consist of best-two-out-of-three duels, players can also use an up-to-15-card "Side Deck" which can be used to modify the deck between duels in a match.

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* Deckbuilding: Players construct their own decks, which must contain between 40 to 60 cards and no more than three of any single card (certain cards are limited to 2, 1, or 0 copies per deck, depending on whether you play the international ([[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/April_2015_Lists_%28TCG%29 TCG]]) or Japanese ([[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/April_2015_Lists_(OCG) OCG]]) version, updated as of April 2015). A secondary deck of no more than 15 cards can also be constructed; this "Extra Deck" contains "Fusion Monsters," "Synchro Monsters", "Xyz Monsters" and "Xyz "Link Monsters" which are Summoned to the field by sacrificing or combining other monsters in various ways. As the official rules state that matches consist of best-two-out-of-three duels, players can also use an up-to-15-card "Side Deck" which can be used to modify the deck between duels in a match.
23rd Aug '17 7:19:58 PM Tenma-Yuuki
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* RuleOfSeven: There are seven different attributes: FIRE, WATER, WIND, EARTH, DARK, LIGHT, and DIVINE.
31st Jul '17 1:13:59 AM rmkar9
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* InNameOnly: The Graveyard is a lot looser than graveyards/discard piles in other card games. For Yu-Gi-Oh; don't expect cards, particularly monsters, to be there long.
23rd Jul '17 9:34:04 AM SheldonDinkleburg
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** Equip cards that give monsters the "piercing" ability (doing damage to the opponent when attacking a weaker defense position monster) can be equipped to the ''opponent's'' monster, with the result that the ''opponent'' takes damage from attacking defense monsters.

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** Equip cards that give monsters the "piercing" ability (doing damage to the opponent when attacking a weaker defense position monster) can be equipped to the ''opponent's'' monster, with the result that the ''opponent'' takes damage from attacking defense monsters. One such card, [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Big_Bang_Shot Big Bang Shot]], also comes with the drawback of banishing the monster it's equipped to when it's removed from the field (intended to make it a DeathOrGloryAttack for OTK decks), which can be taken advantage of to banish your opponent's monster instead.
16th Jul '17 8:11:39 PM RegiRuler
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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Some monsters' relative ATK scores aren't exactly what you'd expect. For example, [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Genesis_Star_God%2C_Sophia the supreme god of the Duel Terminal planet]] can be punched out by [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Roaring_Express_Train_Rocket_Arrow a train]] or [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Master_of_Oz a giant koala]][[note]]Said god's effect does make getting out said train or giant koala an uphill battle[[/note]].

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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Some monsters' relative ATK scores aren't exactly what you'd expect. For example, [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Genesis_Star_God%2C_Sophia [[https://www.db.yugioh-card.com/yugiohdb/card_search.action?ope=2&cid=9997 the supreme god of the Duel Terminal planet]] can be punched out by [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Roaring_Express_Train_Rocket_Arrow a train]] or [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Master_of_Oz a giant koala]][[note]]Said god's effect does make getting out said train or giant koala an uphill battle[[/note]].



** [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Evigishki_Gustkraken Evigishiki Gustkraken]]

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** [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Evigishki_Gustkraken Evigishiki [[https://www.db.yugioh-card.com/yugiohdb/card_search.action?ope=2&cid=9597 Evigishki Gustkraken]]


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* TheLastofTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: Meta-example. The [[https://twitter.com/YuGiOh_OCG_INFO OCG Twitter]] likes to make posts asking people about their favorite cards of a particular variety, showing cards that fall under that category. While usually all but one of the cards fall under a single archetype (one that's usually meta relevant or at least respectably playable within the last year) the last one is completely unrelated to the other cards in any way other than it shares the category highlighted. Some examples:
** [[https://twitter.com/YuGiOh_OCG_INFO/status/886412573649899520 Trap Cards]], featuring the prolific Solemn counter trap card series; Solemn Wishes, which is related by name; Balance of Judgment, which features the same GrandpaGod as the counter trap cards; and Fetters of Fenrir.
** [[https://twitter.com/YuGiOh_OCG_INFO/status/885461310393024514 Warrior-type monsters]], featuring Noble Knights, and Hayabusa Knight, an unrelated double attacker that predates all of them by over 10 years.
24th Jun '17 7:49:59 PM flamemario12
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** I am surprised no ones has mentioned Fushioh Richie, Buster Rancher, and Jormungardr. Fushioh roughly translates to undead king, but Richie should be Lich. Buster Rancher should be Buster Launcher and Jormungarder, which is easily overlooked, should be Jormungandr.

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** I am surprised no ones has mentioned There's Fushioh Richie, Buster Rancher, and Jormungardr. Fushioh roughly translates to undead king, but Richie should be Lich. Buster Rancher should be Buster Launcher and Jormungarder, which is easily overlooked, should be Jormungandr.
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