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** Although better justified with the plot, due to Aoi teaming up with [[spoiler: Aqua]] and needing to have a deck that wouldn't immediately alert SOL who she was, replacing the Trickstars with [[spoiler: Marincess]] has not been well received by many fans, as Trickstars were the first female protagonist deck to sell and play well, whereas [[spoiler:Marincess]] has been accused of having boring appearing and features that simply could have been added to the existing Trickstar deck.

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** Although better justified with the plot, due to Aoi teaming up with [[spoiler: Aqua]] and needing to have a deck that wouldn't immediately alert SOL who she was, replacing the Trickstars with [[spoiler: Marincess]] has not been well received by many fans, as Trickstars were the first female protagonist deck to sell and play well, whereas [[spoiler:Marincess]] has been accused of having boring appearing and features that simply could have been added to the existing Trickstar deck. [[spoiler: Not to mention switching from a LIGHT deck to a WATER deck made her much more vulnerable to Bohman's deck, whereas adding WATER attribute monsters to the Trickstars would have given her more coverage.]]


** Firewall Dragon, due to being rarely used despite being Yusaku's alleged ace monster and [[spoiler:only being used as a Link fodder to summon Decode Talker in the finale of the first season]].

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** Firewall Dragon, due to being rarely used despite being Yusaku's alleged ace monster and [[spoiler:only being used as a Link fodder to summon Decode Talker in the finale of the first season]]. Hilariously, Firewall Dragon has been banned in the TCG for being overpowered.


* FandomRivalry: Mentioning how ''VRAINS'' fares compared to the other series in the franchise is an easy way to get into a heated discussion. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Leave it at that, please.]]

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* FandomRivalry: Mentioning how ''VRAINS'' fares compared to the other series in the franchise is an easy way to get into a heated discussion. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Leave it at that, please.]]


** Compared to the other girls, Aoi has taken a '''ridiculous''' amount of abuse over the course of this series, both physically AND mentally. Beforehand, the worst each girl ever went through was being brainwashed by a villain. A special note does go to Aki who was momentarily put in a coma and Yuzu who suffered [[DisneyDeath a 10 Episode death]], whereas in ''VRAINS'', Aoi lost her parents at a relatively young age and was forced to constantly move from one place to another with her brother, suffered from what looked to be anxiety and depression throughout Season 1, been brainwashed by the Knights of Hanoi and put into a coma, and been '''brutally''' defeated by Spectre, the one responsible for putting her in a coma in 34, which ended with her landing face first into the ground and put into '''another''' coma.

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** Compared to the other girls, Aoi has taken a '''ridiculous''' amount of abuse over the course of this series, both physically AND mentally. Beforehand, the worst each girl ever went through was being brainwashed by a villain. A special note does go to Aki who was momentarily put in a coma and Yuzu who suffered [[DisneyDeath a 10 Episode death]], whereas in ''VRAINS'', Aoi lost her parents at a relatively young age and was forced to constantly move from one place to another with her brother, suffered from what looked to be anxiety and depression throughout Season 1, been brainwashed by the Knights of Hanoi and put into a coma, and been '''brutally''' ''brutally'' defeated by Spectre, the one responsible for putting her in a coma in episode 34, which ended with her landing face first into the ground and put into '''another''' ''another'' coma.


* FandomRivalry: Mentioning how ''VRAINS'' fares compared to the other series in the franchise, is an easy way to get into a heated discussion. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Leave it at that, please.]]

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* FandomRivalry: Mentioning how ''VRAINS'' fares compared to the other series in the franchise, franchise is an easy way to get into a heated discussion. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Leave it at that, please.]]


* FandomRivalry: Mentioning how ''VRAINS'' fares compared to the other series in the franchise, especially ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', is an easy way to get into a heated discussion. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Leave it at that, please.]]

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* FandomRivalry: Mentioning how ''VRAINS'' fares compared to the other series in the franchise, especially ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', is an easy way to get into a heated discussion. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Leave it at that, please.]]


* FandomRivalry: Mentioning how ''VRAINS'' fares compared to the other series in the franchise is an easy way to get into a heated discussion. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Leave it at that, please.]]

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* FandomRivalry: Mentioning how ''VRAINS'' fares compared to the other series in the franchise franchise, especially ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', is an easy way to get into a heated discussion. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Leave it at that, please.]]


** So far compared to the other girls, Aoi has taken a '''ridiculous''' amount of abuse over the course of this series. Both physically AND mentally. Beforehand, the worst each girl ever went through was being brainwashed by a villain. A special note does go to Aki who was momentarily put in a coma and Yuzu who suffered [[DisneyDeath a 10 Episode death]], so far in Vrains, Aoi has lost her parents at a relatively young age and been forced to constantly move from one place to another with her brother, suffered from what looked to be anxiety and depression throughout Season 1, been brainwashed by the Knights of Hanoi and put into a coma, and been '''brutally''' defeated by Spectre, the one responsible for putting her in a coma in 34, which ended with her landing face first into the ground and put into '''another''' coma.

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** So far compared Compared to the other girls, Aoi has taken a '''ridiculous''' amount of abuse over the course of this series. Both series, both physically AND mentally. Beforehand, the worst each girl ever went through was being brainwashed by a villain. A special note does go to Aki who was momentarily put in a coma and Yuzu who suffered [[DisneyDeath a 10 Episode death]], so far whereas in Vrains, ''VRAINS'', Aoi has lost her parents at a relatively young age and been was forced to constantly move from one place to another with her brother, suffered from what looked to be anxiety and depression throughout Season 1, been brainwashed by the Knights of Hanoi and put into a coma, and been '''brutally''' defeated by Spectre, the one responsible for putting her in a coma in 34, which ended with her landing face first into the ground and put into '''another''' coma.


** Fans lost their minds over Episode 92's premise, which has Kusanagi confront Playmaker in a Duel, making the shot of Kusanagi in which his face is framed in shadow in [=OP2=] finally relevant.

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** Fans lost their minds over Episode 92's premise, which has Kusanagi confront Playmaker in a Duel, making the shot of Kusanagi in which where his face is framed in shadow in [=OP2=] finally relevant.


** Fans lost their minds over Episode 92's premise, which has Kusanagi confront Playmaker in a Duel, which makes the shot of Kusanagi in which his face is framed in shadow in [=OP2=] finally relevant.

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** Fans lost their minds over Episode 92's premise, which has Kusanagi confront Playmaker in a Duel, which makes making the shot of Kusanagi in which his face is framed in shadow in [=OP2=] finally relevant.

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** Fans lost their minds over Episode 92's premise, which has Kusanagi confront Playmaker in a Duel, which makes the shot of Kusanagi in which his face is framed in shadow in [=OP2=] finally relevant.


** Aoi's Blue Girl persona is heavily underutilized, only appearing in a couple episodes before the transformation to Blue Maiden and only dueled once against [[TheLancer Soulburner]], which ended in her loss. [[AdvertisedExtra But people wouldn't really know that with the huge amount of focus she has on the opening and endings.]]

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** Aoi's Blue Girl persona is heavily underutilized, only appearing in a couple episodes before the transformation to Blue Maiden and only dueled once against [[TheLancer Soulburner]], which ended in her loss. [[AdvertisedExtra But people wouldn't really know that with the huge amount of focus she has on the opening and endings.]]]] And it is not helped at all by the OffModel problems with Blue Maiden that her previous appearances didn't have.

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* HesJustHiding: Hardly anyone is convinced that [[spoiler:Windy succeeded in killing his own partner]]. This is because [[spoiler:he didn't have a name upon being shown as a partial silhouette, further leading fans to believe he's still alive]].


** Windy's partner became a hot topic after it was revealed Windy caused him to [[spoiler:be a part of a car accident, but it was not revealed if he actually died. It was also never stated when it happened causing people to link the car accident to other accidents such as the death of Akira's and Aoi's parents or the accident Kengo Dojun/Blood Shepherd and his mother were a part of since they were all caused by traffic accidents. Some even went as far to theorize that Kengo is Windy's partner just like with Aoi above, because the accident that happened to him is similar to what Windy did and because all of his Drone monsters are WIND Attribute.]]
*** [[spoiler:Episode 88 disproves this theory for Windy's origin is finally revealed briefly in a flashback and he's a teenager around Yusaku's age who seemed to have moved on from his trauma for he had friends]].

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** Windy's partner became a hot topic after it was revealed Windy caused him to [[spoiler:be a part of a car accident, but it was not revealed if he actually died. It was also never stated when it happened causing people to link the car accident to other accidents such as the death of Akira's and Aoi's parents or the accident Kengo Dojun/Blood Shepherd and his mother were a part of since they were all caused by traffic accidents. Some even went as far to theorize that Kengo is Windy's partner just like with Aoi above, because the accident that happened to him is similar to what Windy did and because all of his Drone monsters are WIND Attribute.]]
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Episode 88 disproves this theory theory, for Windy's origin is finally revealed briefly in a flashback and he's a teenager around Yusaku's age who seemed to have moved on from his trauma for he had friends]].


** Fans often cite Decode Talker as Yusaku's ace monster over Firewall Dragon due to its higher number of appearances. Come Season 2, and Decode Talker has only had a brief cameo taking out a BitBoot[[note]]forty episodes since Season 1 ended[[/note]] while Firewall Dragon has appeared twice, albeit used to [=OTK=] a fodder Duelist the first time and [[spoiler:received an alternate form in Firewall eXceed Dragon]].

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** Fans often cite Decode Talker as Yusaku's ace monster over Firewall Dragon due to its higher number of appearances. Come Season 2, and Decode Talker has only had a brief cameo taking out a BitBoot[[note]]forty [[{{Mook}} BitBoot]][[note]]forty episodes since Season 1 ended[[/note]] while Firewall Dragon has appeared twice, albeit used to [=OTK=] a fodder Duelist the first time and [[spoiler:received an alternate form in Firewall eXceed Dragon]].

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