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* SelfPlagiarism: Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of MagicTheGathering.

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* SelfPlagiarism: Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of MagicTheGathering.TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering.


* EldritchAbomination: The Vortex spawn.



* InstantWinCondition: Gathering all five of the Mystics from ''The 5 Mystics'' on your side of the field grants you one at the end of your turn, thanks to the Mystic of Light's ability.



* SelfPlagiarism: Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of MagicTheGathering.

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* SelfPlagiarism: Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of MagicTheGathering.MagicTheGathering.
* TitleDrop: ''[=DragonStrike=] Infernus'' is a bit of an odd one; Herald of Infernus was released in this set, but Infernus himself was not released until ''Clash of the Duel Masters'', the set which came after.


"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It was released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]], and was discontinued on August 29, 2014.

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"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the (Western created) ContinuityReboot. It was released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]], and was discontinued on August 29, 2014.



Thus, there will not be a [[CrossOver crossover]] of the two games.

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Thus, there will not be a [[CrossOver crossover]] of the two games.games is impossible.



* LighterAndSofter: After seeing the images, it's clear that the game will be less dark than the first TCG.

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* LighterAndSofter: After seeing the images, it's clear that the game will is meant to be less dark than the first TCG.


"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It was released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].

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"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It was released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].
series]], and was discontinued on August 29, 2014.



* SelfPlagiarism: Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of MagicTheGathering.

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* SelfPlagiarism: Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of MagicTheGathering.


"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It was be released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].

The game is [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. There are three sources of incompatibility:

* Differing card design (the front and the back of the cards are different)

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"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It was be released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].

The game is [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. There are three sources of incompatibility:

* Differing card design designs (the front and the back of the cards are different)


"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It will be released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].

It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. There are three sources of incompatibility:

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"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It will was be released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].

It's known that the The game will is [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. There are three sources of incompatibility:


It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. There are three sources of incompatibility: differing card design (the front and the back of the cards are different), cards that originally appeared in Duel Masters that appear in Kaijudo have gotten a makeover, and a change in the mana rule. Thus, there will not be a [[CrossOver crossover]] of the two games.

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It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. There are three sources of incompatibility: differing incompatibility:

* Differing
card design (the front and the back of the cards are different), cards that originally appeared in Duel Masters different)
* Cards
that appear in Kaijudo from Duel Masters no longer work the same way or have gotten a makeover, and a change different mana costs
* Change
in the mana rule. rule

Thus, there will not be a [[CrossOver crossover]] of the two games.


It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. The two main sources of incompatibility between the game are the different card design and a change in the mana rule. Thus, there will not be a [[crossover]] of the two games.

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It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. The two main There are three sources of incompatibility between the game are the different incompatibility: differing card design (the front and the back of the cards are different), cards that originally appeared in Duel Masters that appear in Kaijudo have gotten a makeover, and a change in the mana rule. Thus, there will not be a [[crossover]] [[CrossOver crossover]] of the two games.


It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the makers.

Many fans are waiting to see how much synergy there actually is between this game and the original one, and there is much fan speculation as to how they might be [[{{Crossover}} combined into one game]].

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It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played together"'', according to the makers.

Many fans are waiting to see how much synergy there actually is
Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. The two main sources of incompatibility between this the game are the different card design and a change in the original one, and mana rule. Thus, there is much fan speculation as to how they might will not be [[{{Crossover}} combined into one game]].
a [[crossover]] of the two games.


* {{Expy}} -Many cards are extremely similar to those of the first TCG.
* LighterAndSofter - After seeing the images, it's clear that the game will be less dark than the first TCG.
* SelfPlagiarism - Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of MagicTheGathering.

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* {{Expy}} -Many {{Expy}}: Many cards are extremely similar to those of the first TCG.
TCG. Or even identical.
* LighterAndSofter - LighterAndSofter: After seeing the images, it's clear that the game will be less dark than the first TCG.
* SelfPlagiarism - SelfPlagiarism: Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of MagicTheGathering.


"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It will be released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].

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"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the DuelMasters Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It will be released June 26, 2012, the same month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].


[[caption-width-right:300:The name's different.... [[AndTheFandomRejoiced but they are back]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:The name's different.... [[AndTheFandomRejoiced but they are back]].back.]]


* Expy -Many cards are extremely similar to those of the first TCG.

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* Expy {{Expy}} -Many cards are extremely similar to those of the first TCG.


"Kaijudo:TCG" is the second TCG of the DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It will be released at the same time [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].

It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played togheter"'', according to the makers.

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"Kaijudo:TCG" "Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the DuelMasters Franchise, and the first one based on the ContinuityReboot. It will be released at June 26, 2012, the same time month [[{{WesternAnimation/Kaijudo}} as the animated series]].

It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but different enough that the two games ''"can not be played togheter"'', together"'', according to the makers.


It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but both game will be different games which, acording to its maker, ''"can not be played togheter"''.

Many fan speculation is waiting to see how many synergy is between this game and the original one, to see if it's possible to [[{{Crossover}} combine them in one game]].

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It's known that the game will [[SelfPlagiarism be extremely similar]] to the first "[[TabletopGame/DuelMasters Duel Masters card game]]" but both game will be different enough that the two games which, acording to its maker, ''"can not be played togheter"''.

togheter"'', according to the makers.

Many fan speculation is fans are waiting to see how many much synergy there actually is between this game and the original one, and there is much fan speculation as to see if it's possible to how they might be [[{{Crossover}} combine them in combined into one game]].

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