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1[[quoteright:300:]]²[[caption-width-right:300:The name's different.... but they are back.]]²²"Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TCG" is the second TCG of the Franchise/DuelMasters Franchise, 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, 2014.²²The game is [[SelfPlagiarism 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 Wizards of the Coast, the creator of the card game. There are three sources of incompatibility: ²²* Differing card designs (the front and the back of the cards are different)²* Cards that appear in Kaijudo from Duel Masters no longer work the same way or have different mana costs²* Change in the mana rule²²Thus, a [[CrossOver crossover]] of the two games is impossible. ²²!This game provides example of:²* CardGame²* EldritchAbomination: The Vortex spawn.²* {{Expy}}: Many cards are extremely similar to those of the first TCG. Or even identical.²* 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.²* LighterAndSofter: After seeing the images, it's clear that the game is meant to be less dark than the first TCG.²* SelfPlagiarism: Of the first card game, which in turn is a plagiarism of TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering.²* 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.


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