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Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's is the third series under the mass-marketed, card game-oriented Yu-Gi-Oh! banner that features a dystopian setting wherein the ubiquitous card game has become a way of life in the hierarchical society of Neo Domino City. With advances in technology, dueling has evolved into a popular spectator sport known as "Turbo Duels". Such duels are conducted astride specially-equipped motorbikes known as "Duel Runners". However, traditional-style standing duels are still conducted just as often.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The show presents a juxtaposition between the technologically-advanced Neo Domino City and "Satellite" - the common name for the now-derelict location of the original series. Satellite is where all of Neo Domino's trash goes - both literal and human. Two years before the start of the series, protagonist and Satellite resident Yusei Fudo constructed his own white Duel Runner. In a flashback, Yusei lost a duel to his friend Jack Atlas, who took Yusei's Duel Runner and ace monster (Stardust Dragon) and escaped to Neo Domino City. Jack has subsequently been established as the "Master of Faster", with the help of his own ace monster (Red Dragon Archfiend) as well as the backing of the mysterious Rex Goodwin. After building a new red Duel Runner, Yusei makes his way to Neo Domino to duel Jack and retrieve his ace monster. Meanwhile, other events bring Yusei to the enduring attention of Neo Domino Security officer, Tetsuo Trudge. As the series goes on, there turns out to be much more at stake than realized, all tying to Yusei's past and how the city became the way it is.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Depending on who you ask, there are either three to five seasons (Episodes 1-26, which include the Prison Arc and the Fortune Cup, as the first season; episodes 27-64, or the Dark Signer Arc, as the second; episodes 65 to 103 as season three, 104 to 137 as the fourth, and 138 to 154 counting as a fifth) or two seasons (consolidating the entire 1-64 stretch as the first Story Arc and 65 and beyond as a second.) There is merit to all definitions, but the most common on this page is the three/five-season model.See the Analysis page for most of the terminology of the series.The series also has an AU manga and several video games.Colloquial address in the fan community tends to differentiate the four NAS series of theYu-Gi-Oh franchise along this dimension: 5Ds, GX, Zexal and DM (or Duel Monsters, in reference to the second anime adaptation of the original manga).Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Yusei appears in Yu-Gi-Oh!: Bonds Beyond Time that teams him up with Yugi and Jaden.Watch the series on Hulu. Contains the dub episodes and about half of the Japanese series subtitled.The series is also available on Crunchyroll with all 154 episodes in Subtitles with the original Japanese OPs, EDs, Soundtrack.Has a Drinking Game.
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Canon Foreigner: There's this guy, who, while he's referred to as Joey Wheeler's cousin Jesse in the dub, is just some random person in the original sub. He was merely dubbed such in the dub because he looks like Joey, even to the point where he shares the same voice actor.
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Gatling Good
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Gatling Good: Lotten's deck theme, most prominent with Gatling Ogre, which is capable of dealing 4000 Life Points of damage at once with it's effect.
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The Artifact
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The Artifact: The very concept of Signers almost completely ceases to be important in the second half, with their primary nemeses dead and their new opponent having nothing to do with the Signers. They only use their powers every ten episodes or so (if that), and two of their members were Demoted to Extra, making it less a series about five people bonded by their mystic Incan destiny and battling the supernatural, and more a series about three dudes who fight robots (guest-starring their three friends).
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Heroic BSoD
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Heroic BSoD: Ruka suffers a near-fatal one when Aporia, albeit temporarily, kills Rua.
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Trailers Always Spoil
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Video Games Always Spoil: In the English release, WC 2010 spoils the conclusion of the Dark Signer arc Minus Crow getting the tail birthmark and Aki learning how to ride a D-Wheel. It also (for both the Japanese and Americans) shows the heart birthmark almost a full year before the anime. Tag Force 5 manages to spoil a lot of things in season three for English players as well. Tag Force 6 will reveal to dub watchers Zone's identity or at least who he appears to be. It'll be the only way they learn due to the anime ending prematurely just before the Ark Cradle appears. That is, assuming dub watchers can even get their hands on and play Tag Force 6 (see No Export For You above).
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Super-Powered Evil Side
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After Carly's Super-Powered Evil Side wore off, she pretty much had a mental breakdown over what she did to Divine.
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Unexpected Gameplay Change
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Unexpected Gameplay Change: Any of the racing segments in the WC games. Your Deck will not help you progress if you can't outrun Trudge. When dueling in Crash Town, instead of the usual rock-paper-scissors routine, the player to decide who goes first is determined by a Quick Time Event. This is an adaptation of Crash Town's quick-draw rule in the anime, where the player to first deploy their Duel Disk gets the first turn. The Ghost attack in WC 2011 applies this to the racing segments. Speed and handling of the bike suddenly becomes less relevant in favour of durability to withstand the Ally Salvos.
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Darker and Edgier
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Darker and Edgier: Geez, what happened to lighthearted Kuriboh's and tournaments? No! You have frightening Earthbound Gods, Criminal Marks getting lasered onto your face painfully, the Dark Signers, dead people who came back to life because of hatred in their hearts, Dark Signers, and severed arms. At the beginning of the series, everyone in the main cast is either an orphan or is estranged from their parents (This situation gets better by the end of the series, though.) The main character formerly lived in a friggin' slum, for Pete's sake! Bloodier and Gorier: And if being dark and gritty isn't enough, how about the King of the Underworld or the Machine Emperors killing off humans? This trope even shows Jack getting his face bleed during his duel against Dark Signer Carly for crying out loud!
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Stars Are Souls
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Stars Are Souls: Greiger seems to become a falling star when he disappears.
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Does This Remind You of Anything?
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Does This Remind You of Anything?: Jack's Scar-Red Nova Dragon (a card derived from a Peruvian Devil) battling against Thor (a Nordic God). The M.C. even lampshades this. Unintentional given the target audience but episode 145 brings us Bruno/Antinomy pushing Yusei out of the black 'hole' by ramming the long front thin tip of his D-Wheel behind Yusei.
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Hero Antagonist
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Hero Antagonist: All of the teams in the W.R.G.P. that Team 5D's has faced except for Catastrophe and New World. Team Ragnarok even shares the same goals as Team 5D's but refuses to work with them because Yusei's father created Momentum.
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You Can't Thwart Stage One
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The dub also shows that apparently, you CAN indeed thwart stage one even if it arguably doesn't make much sense in this case.
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Where It All Began
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Where It All Began: In the last major duel of the series, Yusei and Jack start their duel at the exact same spot Jack stole Yusei's bike and Stardust Dragon, which set the whole plot of 5Ds into motion some three years prior. It's fitting as both a sort of Book-Ends to the series, and a nice contrast to see how far both Yusei and Jack have come as people, friends, and as Duelists.
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Gratuitous Spanish: Team Unicorn is actually hinted being from Spain, showing flashbacks of signs in Spanish and Andore even says 'Gracias' at one point.
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Brainwashed and Crazy
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Brainwashed and Crazy: The player in Chapter 1 of WC 2010. Okita and Liquid in Chapter 4.
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Cool Old Guy: Jose has been laying low for most of the W.R.G.P. arc, but the fourth OP seems to indicate that he is, in fact, the most powerful member of the Infinity Trio. This trope is proven in episode 110. When Sherry tries to crush him with her D-Wheel, Jose easily catches it with one hand. The old guy then punches another one with enough force to send it flying and make it explode; and just in case anybody still doubted him, episode 132 saw Jose building upon Lucciano and Placido's strategies to quickly defeat and absorb Jack's Scar-Red Nova Dragon, one of the most powerful Synchro Monsters around, and take out Crow without too much trouble either. Z-ONE is a wrinkled old man whose Temporal God cards are incredibly hax.
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Genre Shift
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Genre Shift: Most of the show takes place in a futuristic city. Then the Crash Town arc gives us a town heavily stylized after The Wild West.
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The Worf Effect
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Ushio in the first season. It helps that he never actually wins a duel in the entire series.
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: The official website revealed that the waitress who has a crush on Jack is named Stephanie before the show did. One of the DVD sets reveals the names of some of the other characters' Duel Runners, such as Delta Eagle (Dark Glass/Bruno), Bloody Kiss (Akiza), and Terrible Omens aka T-666 (Placido). Additionally, the tenth anniversary book of the entire franchise says that Divine survived after being eaten alive by Ccarayhua and is now in jail. ZONE's time is 200 years in the future... according to director Katsumi Ono's Twitter. His Twitter account reveals other interesting tidbits, such as the fact that the canon names of Z-one and the other last survivors of mankind are actually just code names and to go along with that Bruno/Dark Glass/Antinomy's birth name is.... Johnny.
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Railing Kill
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Railing Kill: The boss of the final team in Satellite tried to get rid of Yuusei using this method.
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Defeat Means Friendship
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Defeat Means Friendship: A little bit different from the norm, as the intial focus is repairing old, broken friendships. Played pretty straight with Himuro, though tweaked a bit with Aki in that it took two defeats and a bunch of Yusei's battle therapy to bring her around. Team Unicorn is an extreme example, as well as Team Ragnarok. Aporia takes it even higher after his loss to Rua, Jack and Ruka, where he screams at ZONE about how 5Ds and Yusei are his hope.
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Melting-Pot Nomenclature
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Melting-Pot Nomenclature: Characters from the same city will have names ranging from Kyosuke Kiryu, Aki Izayoi, and Tetsu Ushio to Jack Atlas, Rex Godwin, and Martha. Perfect example is Carly Nagisa, with one Euro name and one Japanese name.
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Relationship Values: The heart system for Tag Force.
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Never Trust a Trailer
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Never Trust a Trailer: The preview for episode 151 shows Yusei removing Stardust Dragon/Buster from his graveyard. That card previously only appeared in the non-canon OVA. When 151 aired, the card was nowhere to be seen. Dub only, their preview for 123 makes the episode appear action packed, when in fact its a exposition episode to explain the backstories of Team Ragnarok.
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Say My Name
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Say My Name The most heartbreaking use of this trope in 5Ds might be when Yusei starts screaming Bruno's name after he dies saving Yusei. It doesn't help that Bruno used his last breath to do the same to Yusei, the last he hears is Yusei calling the name he's always known him by rather than the name he demand to be known as for the last two episodes, all with the most heartwrenching music happening during it all. It's the most powerful example, but by far the only; Aki did the same to Divine when Arcadia began to collapse, Rua to Ruka while he duelled Demak (and visa versa in 142), Yusei to Kiryu (twice in one episode) during their second duel and Jack to Carly as she sacrificed herself to save him. And against in 151 when ZONE sacrifices himself to do what Yusei was planning to stop the Arc Cradle. There are also several occasions with lower volumes.
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The Brute
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The Brute: Demak and Bommer
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The Stoic
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The Stoic: Yusei has about four or five facial expressions, and about three different tones of voice. During the Crash Town, Kiryu becomes this.
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Those Two Guys
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Those Two Guys: Okita and Liquid in Reverse of Arcadia, West and Nico in Over the Nexus.
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Playing with Fire: Aki's Black Rose Dragon
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Reality Ensues: Very very briefly during Yusei's duel with Z-One. Playing card games on motorcycles while going at high speeds, flying through the air, proves to be unwise as Yusei loses his grip on one of his cards and he has to go after it, causing him to fall off his bike. Reality quickly resumes its seat on the short bus thereafter, though. Though it does get resolved in the same episode, Luna, a child, freaks out in terror when she's assigned by the denizens of Spirit World to be their protector, even though she's a kid with no real fighting experience or knowledge of what that promise details. She's legitimately terrified to fight because she doesn't think she's strong enough. She gets better though.
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Power Limiter
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Power Limiter: Aki's hairband supposedly holds back her psychic powers.
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Cool Shades
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Cool Shades: Dark Glass a.k.a. Bruno/Antinomy, obviously wears dark glasses. Bruno wears Cool Shades in one episode.
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Heterosexual Life-Partners
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: Jack and Yusei; good buddies, and only that. Also, Crow and Yusei. And Kiryu and Yusei. Actually, every single male character and Yusei. but mainly Team Satasfaction/The Enforcers Special mention must go to the lampshading in episode 80, when Rua comments on the way Yusei and Bruno have taken to each other. Translations vary ("lovebirds," "married couple," etc.), but all agree that Ruka's response is to spazz on him and tell him the term he used should only be used for a man and woman. Clearly, they are just friends at first sight. And Aki gets pissed off that scene becuase Yusei found a person that is as significantly important as her (or a D-Wheel upgrade more significantly important than her Physics homework). She even told off the twins (particularly Rua) for suggesting that she might be jealous of Bruno.
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Papa Wolf
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Papa Wolf: Crow goes on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge when he returns after the appearance of the Dark Signers' evil fog to find out the kids he's taken in have all vanished.
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Stripperiffic
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Stripperiffic: Carly's Dark Signer outfit could qualify.
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Artificial Human
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Artificial Human: Bruno being the most obvious example since other then his Red Eyes, Take Warning form and the ability to call forth Delta Eagle from signals in his eyes he appears to be a fairly normal human. Turns out him, Placido, Luciano, Jose (actually all deriving from a single person, Aporia) and Paradox are all robots from the future created by Z-ONE after their human forms passed away.
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Scary Shiny Glasses
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Scary Shiny Glasses: Averted, as the only glasses-sporting character loses them when she is killed, resulting in The Glasses Gotta Go. She gets them back in Season Three.
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Cute Kitten
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Cute Kitten: Subverted. The first time around, Bruno/Antinomy/Dark Glass swerved out of his way to avoid a kitten, causing him to crash into the ocean and his lose his memeory. Later, said kitten become a Mind Rape triggers, as we see Bruno re-gaining his memory of and identity as Dark Glass.
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Artificial Limbs
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Artificial Limbs: Rex and Romaan Goodwin, Rex lost his arm after flying off the Daedalus Bridge (though the exact details remain unknown) and has an inhumanly-strong replacement. Rudger got a replacement after severing his own with the Head birthmark attached.They're also duel disks. Zone's been shown to have one too when he met Aporia.
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Bloodier and Gorier
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Bloodier and Gorier: And if being dark and gritty isn't enough, how about the King of the Underworld or the Machine Emperors killing off humans? This trope even shows Jack getting his face bleed during his duel against Dark Signer Carly for crying out loud!
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Take My Hand
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Take My Hand: In addition to examples from the Japanese series, the American dub features Trudge actually saying this outright to Martha not once but twice in Episode 46.
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Ominous Floating Castle
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Ominous Floating Castle: The Arc Cradle, an Ominous Floating City made up of the ruins of the future neo domino city, and is slowly falling, but will kill everything once it hits the earth within 30 miles in TWELVE HOURS!
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In the Name of the Moon
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In the Name of the Moon: Almost all duelists invoke this as a little introductory speech for their synchro monsters.
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Good Is Not Soft
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Good Is Not Soft: Yusei's a good guy no doubt about it, but seeing that he's older and more built than his predecessors Yugi and Jaden, he's not afraid to use his fists if he has too like a pair of Godwin's guards found out.
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Ambiguously Brown
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Ambiguously Brown: Roman, who has no discernible ethnic background, is always depicted with a medium to dark brown skin tone. This may be an attempt to skirt Godwin's Law given Roman's blond hair, blue eyes and decidedly German name, or simply to provide an interesting visual contrast with his younger brother and obscure his familial relationship until he reveals it himself in episode 46.
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Chekhov's Gun
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Chekhov's Gun: You acquire a Blank Card somewhere in the middle of the plot of WC 2011. Just before the final Marathon Boss, your Blank Card transforms into three very powerful monsters. They turn blank again after the duel.
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Aborted Arc: A lot of plot lines got abandoned in between Seasons 1 and 2, mostly due to the Executive Meddling as a result of the real life Roma Sophie Cult incident. Others simply went nowhere, and some were due to decisions made when dubbing. In the initial half of Season 1, Leo received a bit of foreshadowing hinting at him becoming the Fifth Signer, specifically when it was brought up that the fifth Signer Dragon in Luna's dreams looked a lot like his Power Tool Dragon. This would be ignored for quite some time once Crow became the Fifth Signer and he got Black-Winged Dragon in Season 2, with the identity of the fifth dragon not being revealed until the series was concluding, where it was revealed that the dragon was Power Tool's true form, Life Stream Dragon, and that Leo was not the Fifth Signer, but the unheard of Sixth Signer Towards the end of Season 1, Carly gives Jack a Dying Declaration of Love once he defeats her as a Dark Signer. After she is revived with the other Dark Signers, she is afflicted with Laser-Guided Amnesia and can't remember making said declaration, whereas Jack still remembers. This goes nowhere come Season 2, where Carly is Demoted to Extra and becomes one of Jack's fangirls alongside Mina and Stephanie, and Jack shows no knowledge of the declaration. A major subplot in Season 1 involved Akiza's psychic powers and the Arcadia Movement, a group of psychic duelists bordering on a cult run by the manipulative Divine, who is later revealed to have killed several people while trying to bring out their abilities, including Misty's younger brother. Akiza's psychic powers are largely ignored outside of physically manifesting monsters, and abruptly disappear mid-season in time to bench her against Team Catastrophe, and only return near the series conclusion with little explanation. The Arcadia Movement itself is never brought up again, despite Divine apparently surviving being eaten by Ccarayhua and currently sitting in jail. Sly vowed to get his hands on Stardust Dragon after Yusei and Heitmann's Duel. This never gets brought up again for the rest of the series afterwards. Two early Season 2 episodes have Akiza get her riding duel license and her own D-Wheel, while Rua and Ruka debuted the "Duel Board" which allowed them to Riding Duel as well. After the initial episodes showing these developments, Aki got to Riding Duel once in the WRGP, and was defeated in one episode. Leo and Luna didn't get to Turbo Duel again ever. Thanks to the dub ending during the duel against Aporia, the outcome of the duel, the Ark Cradle, Z-one and Bruno's true identities, and the mysterious sixth Signer Dragon are never explored.
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Red Right Hand
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Red Right Hand: Jack's doppelganger is identifiable by its gray outfit and D-Wheel, purple "Red" Demon's Dragon, and red eyes.
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Apathetic Citizens
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Apathetic Citizens: Neo Domino Citizens display shades of this. They don't bat an eye at Yusei's Accel Synchro techniques for one. When the city is on the verge of destruction, they get distracted by Yusei's duel with Big Bad Z-ONE even though their lives are in danger. It's not until the MC starts commentating the match (endangering his life in the process) that everyone else continues evacuating the city. This seems to be a Zig-Zagging Trope at times, almost to the point of Depending on the Writer. When Jack uses Red Nova Dragon for the first time in the W.R.G.P. against Team Ragnarok, everybody is wooed by it. The MC even comments on the symbolism of Red Nova Dragon (a card partially derived from a Peruvian Devil) going up against Thor (a Nordic God). In addition, when Aporia appears in his true form for the first time, the W.R.G.P. spectators are quick to evacuate the stadium.
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Mythology Gag
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Mythology Gag: Lots. The two main characters (Yusei and Jack) having ace monsters with 2500 ATK and 3000 ATK respectively (mirroring Yugi and Kaiba aces). Yusei's name containing a "Yu" to go along with Yugi of the original series and Judai Yuki of GX. Aki sharing a name that starts with the letter A like the other main female characters, Anzu and Asuka. Jack wearing a jacket with huge coatails like Kaiba's post Duelist Kingdom wear. A duelist that appears in episode 14 looks suspiciously like Jounouchi Katsuya/Joey Wheeler of the original series. Lampshaded in the dub, where the duelist is Jonouchi's cousin and has the same voice. A random screen in the first episode list duelists that Jack defeated during his reign as King, and their names are all parodies of characters' names from the original series. Jack's seiyuu voiced Honest in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX. Jack's "Savior Demon Dragon" card has an effect similar to Honest's card form. Like Yugi, Yusei has an alternative self but it's inverted. His alternative self is from the distant future and is the Big Bad. Until said Big Bad turns out not to be Yusei, but you know.... Yusei calling out Z-ONE for not caring about his friends, and Z-ONE reminding him that Aporia and Antinomy (as well as Paradox) were only Androids with their memories, but not the real ones, who had already died is very similar to Yami Bakura and Yami Yugi's discussion during the Memory Arc, where Yami Bakura reminds him that the characters in the game aren't the real people (who had, obviously, died several centuries prior to the begining of the series, only given form due to Yami's memories.
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Credits Montage
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Credits Montage: Episode 151 has one of Aporia (and his three embodiments Lucciano, Placido, and Jose, as well as Antinomy and Z-one, just after the last of them dies.
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Defrosting Ice Queen
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Defrosting Ice Queen: Aki started out as a person who had shut herself off to everyone. But after Yusei duels her twice and uses his Warrior Therapist skills, she warms up.
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Parental Abandonment
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Parental Abandonment: Excluding Aki, every single character has either dead, missing, or offscreen parents.
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A duelist that appears in episode 14 looks suspiciously like Jounouchi Katsuya/Joey Wheeler of the original series. Lampshaded in the dub, where the duelist is Jonouchi's cousin and has the same voice.
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Plot Armor
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Plot Armor: Yusei and Kiryu must have been wearing a heavy set of them when dynamite exploded near them and they fell about three stories into a steep canyon... only to get up and stand within minutes.
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Limited Wardrobe
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Limited Wardrobe: Yusei's the worst in this trope. To date, his core outfit (the black shirt with jeans) has not changed at all, and the only variations have been his Team Satisfaction vest, jacket, and poncho. Jack however, subverts this and probably has more outfits than the rest of the main cast combined by now. Crow also subverts in S3 by actually having clothing changes that make some moderate amount of sense (a work jacket, riding gloves, and helmet while he's delivering things; pajamas in the middle of the night, unlike the entire rest of the cast; a riding suit for the WRGP), although many of these are just accessory changes (e.g. swapping out his vest for a jacket while at work). Yusei finally gets a brand new outfit in his riding suit for the WRGP...and it's based off of his normal outfit. Yusei does get a new outfit, as do Aki, Crow, probably the twins after the Time Skip in the last 3 episodes. Although it looks like Jack doesn't.
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Loss of Identity
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Loss of Identity: As part of Z-One's plan, Antinomy/Dark Glass loses his memory and joins Team 5Ds, having been found by the Public Security Maintenance Bureau and branded "Bruno". Z-One does this to himself, to make himself into a perfect copy of Yusei.
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Readings Are Off the Scale
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Readings Are Off the Scale: Yusei vs. ZONE. The last move consists of two monsters with over twenty-thousand attack points. Even when Stardust's given up the power of the other Signer Dragons.
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More Dakka
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More Dakka: Shooting Star Dragon has an effect that falls along these lines, as Yusei proves when he uses said effect against Placido. By checking the top 5 cards of his deck, Shooting Star gets a number of attacks equal to the number of Tuners among them. The number of Tuners he reveals? FIVE. DAKKADAKKADAKKADAKKADEAD.
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And the Fandom Rejoiced / Sugar Wiki
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And the Fandom Rejoiced: In-universe example: "Why are these Team Taiyou losers been wasting our time throwing out normal monster after normal monster? They've been at this for 18 turns already!note 9 turns each for both players... wait what? You serious? They're gonna summon Sleeping Giant Thud? But they only need another two turns!. I wanna see! I wanna see! Go Team Taiyou!"
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Artifact Title
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Artifact Title: In the anime, the "Five Dragons" have six members, with not that much of an explanation why.
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I Am Not Pretty
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I Am Not Pretty: During Yusei and Aki's first duel, Yusei calls Aki beautiful, but she denies it, though this only happens in the dub.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: Several Duel Runners, namely Yusei, Crow, and Jack's. Yusei's throttle is a hand accelerator instead of a hand brake. Further, while Crow's bike can do awesome things like flying and auto-correcting, the wings are actually too short to keep him airborne as depicted in the show (It was also pointed out that Rex's D-Wheel had the same flaw when he tried to launch of the Daedalus Bridge). Meanwhile, although mono-wheels do actually exist, Jack's D-wheel does not appear to have a moving wheel that actually touches the ground - the entire thing is covered in the outer casing. Dark Glass's Duel Runner is probably the worst in this regard. It's basically a thin talon with a large rear wheel with two smaller ones just below the seat, which aren't shown touching the road at all. Short of defying gravity, how on earth does that thing stay balanced?! The gun duel disks in the Crashtown arc qualify, since they don't actually shoot bullets. The Majestic Dragons also count, because they can only be summoned if the Duelist who needs one has the power of the whole Crimson Dragon to summon the Majestic Dragon Tuner card. Not to mention they're useless in comparison to the new 'Clear Mind' and 'Burning Soul' Synchro Summons Yusei and Jack have obtained.
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Cool, but Inefficient
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Cool, but Inefficient: Holographic phones look awesome, but let's get real: they'd make having private phone conversations absolutely impossible. An in-show example comes from the Crow-vs-Jaeger duel in 43/44: although Jaeger makes no secret of the fact that he's cheating by looking up information on Crow's deck during the duel, Crow gets a heads-up on what Jaeger thinks he will do because the holographic computer Jaeger is using has a screen that's also readable from the other side. Whoops. The guns that turn into Duel Disks that Yusei and Kiryu use when they go to Crashtown. Looks awesome, but the system to determine who gets the first turn (the person who draws and puts on their disk first goes first) would be almost impossible to actually utilize, and in their "gun" form, the disks don't actually perform any of the tasks of a real gun.
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She Is All Grown Up
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She Is All Grown Up: Ruka in the final episode's flash-forward opening. When she takes off the motorcycle helmet, four guys stop, stare, and blush.
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Just Like Robin Hood
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Just Like Robin Hood: Crow, who steals Security's cards to give to his orphans.
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Gratuitous English
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Gratuitous English: Most of the characters in the show have English/Western names, in spite of the show taking place in Japan. The main characters' "ace monsters" all have names in English, as do many others. When Yusei is in a Riding Duel and his opponent summons, the information from that opponent's card is shown inside his visor - in English. Several, though not all, information holoscreens are in English - Yusei's prison record and the duelist information screen Ghost pulls up on him are two examples. The majority of monster attacks are called in English. In keeping with the English swearing in DM, Crow lets loose a rather impassioned "OH MY GOD" in Episode 44. The Japanese for "card" is never used, in spite of 5Ds being about a card game; instead, the characters use the Japanese pronounciation "kaado" from the English "card." Although the English "game" is usually used, there's an interesting subverted example in that the actual Japanese "yugi" has been used once or twice (not in reference to the first King of Games). Most signs and advertisements in the show are in English, even if they're total nonsense (apparently somewhere in NDC is a business called "SHEEP"). The few legible records for the Arcadia movement are in English. The name of the research group that built Momentum, "MIDS," is both in English and has an English acronym.
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Theme Music Power-Up
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Theme Music Power-Up: This applies to any main character. Usually the themes are either techno or hard rock. Special mention goes to Shooting Star Dragon's theme, Clear Mind, sung by none other than Masaaki Endoh.
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Electric Torture
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Electric Torture: The first part of Yusei's stay in Neo-Domino, starting with his imprisonment and ending when he breaks his D-wheel out of Security, is absolutely full of this. How did that kid not suffer permanent brain damage? The dub DID give him amnesia as stated above, though. That counts, right?
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¡Three Amigos!
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¡Three Amigos!: The player, Toru and Misaki in WC 2011.
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Ramming Always Works
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Ramming Always Works: How the Saviors and the Cosmic Synchro Monsters attack, and how Savior Star Dragon uses its secondary effect (field destruction).
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Super Window Jump
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Super Window Jump: Crow does this during his debut. In the Team Satisfaction flashbacks, Yuusei does it to get into a building rather than out.
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Destination Defenestration
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Destination Defenestration: How Divine kills Carly.
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Evolving Credits
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Evolving Credits: After the group goes off to confront the Dark Signers, the intro sequence adds scenes of Jack and Aki facing off against their opponents, as well as reanimating Rua and Ruka simultaneously summoning their dragons, and replacing Yusei's Turret Warrior attacking one of Kiryu's monsters with another of his monsters attacking Rudger's Earthbound God. In the third arc, after their respective introductions, Sherry and Dark Glass/Antinomy/Bruno are shown without their helmets in the opening. Also, after Wisel and Skiel were used, they were shown in full-colour as opposed to being silhouettes. Grannel joined them in ep 110 (sadly spoiling its big reveal at the end of the episode).
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Out of Focus
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Out of Focus: Rather unfortunate, but since Yusei has a large number of friends, they can't all feature at once. A lot of his friends from Season 1 (Yanagi, Himuro, Rally, Nerve, and Blitz, etc) haven't turned up at all in Season 3.
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Your Princess Is in Another Castle!
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Your Princess Is in Another Castle!: At the beginning of Episode 137, Yusei defeats Aporia, Team 5Ds is declared the WRGP champions, everybody is celebrating, and Illiaster's plans appear to be over. But then it's revealed that Yusei's victory still completed the Circuit, allowing the Arc Cradle to appear. Note that this only happens in the Japanese version.
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Gender Flip
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Gender Flip: WC 2011 has a female Bruno.
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Heart Is an Awesome Power
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Heart Is an Awesome Power: Thanks to some textbook Heroic Resolve in Episode 142, Rua Takes A Level In Badass and gets up after briefly dying at Aporia's hand to become the Sixth Signer, causing the Heart mark to appear on his arm and letting him summon the long-awaited sixth dragon, Life Stream Dragon.
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Kick the Dog
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Kick the Dog: Seriously, Jack. You could have just asked Yusei for Stardust Dragon. He would've certainly given it to you! Godwin refuses to evacuate Satellite, despite the whole prophetic vision that shows it blowing to bits, so that Yusei is forced to defeat the Dark Signers, if only to save everyone in town. Remember, this is our Mentor character. To be fair: he also does it to protect the people of Neo Domino from also being killed. It's still hardly idealistic, but rather a choice of the lesser evil. Oh yeah, and it's also part of his secret season-long Evil Plan to eliminate the other Dark Signers and consolidate the powers of the Earthbound Gods and Crimson Dragon for himself so he can become a god. Hoo boy, between 36/37, Divine manages to lock up Himuro and Yanagi, beat up a ten year old kid, put him in a coma, then send an Intrepid Reporter falling to her death by propelling her out a window. Then he convinces Aki that it's all good. Then there are the experiments he performed on individuals with psychic potential. He does get what's coming to him, though. Twice. Rudger does Rex the dubious favour of failing to fill his younger brother in on any of the Signer vs. Dark Signer stuff until Rudger has forcibly taken over the Momentum project and presented Rex with his severed left arm and an edict to gather the Signers to come back and kill Rudger. This act is the basis for a lot of Rex's issues throughout the story. Even the fourth wall isn't immune to a dog-kick: The ending credits (5th version) do this to Aki. Sure, she may not have been as prominent in the team as the others, but did they have to be so blunt as to slap "Benchwarmer" on her!?
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Beat Still, My Heart
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Beat Still, My Heart: When a Dark Signer summons their Jibakushin (or Earthbound God), a disembodied heart materializes, and starts to beat as it absorbs souls from the Geoglyph. Some of the Jibakushin support in the TCG features this heart as well.
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Unnamed Parent
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Unnamed Parent: Common as it is, this actually isn't the case with Hideo, Setsuko and Tetsuzo. Yusei's father, however, is known only as Hakase/Doctor/Professor Fudo.
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Jack's Australian accent in the dub.
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Official Couple
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Official Couple: Jack and Carly's relationship gets sufficiently fleshed out to be considered canon - especially during Jack's duel with D-Carly Unfortunately after she's been revived, she has no memories of her time as a Dark Signer, and thus does not remember Jack's "confession." Worse, the writers pretend their relationship never happened after the Dark Signer Arc and relegated Carly to comic relief, much to the annoyance of the Scoopshippers.
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Anguished Declaration of Love
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Anguished Declaration of Love: While privately visiting Yusei, Akiza veers out of confessing her love for him at the very last instant in the final episode. In the original, Jack yells out to Carly that he "wants to save the woman he loves", which is the closest she's going to get to a love confession from him.
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Sequential Boss
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Sequential Boss: The four clones of yourself in 2009. Four back to back duels and your Life Points carry over. Carried over in similar fashion for 2010 but thankfully they are Bonus Bosses. The entire final chapter of 2011 is built on this, based on the WRGP in the anime. Both you and your opponent's fields now carry over to the next Duel, making it easy to snowball to victory if you establish board dominance.
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Rule of Cool
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Rule of Cool: Anytime someone gets on a motorcycle, physics tend to take a backseat.
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Ascended Meme
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Ascended Meme: 4Kids put up a poll on Facebook to give the show a new slogan. Guess what they chose? Card games on Motorcycles? Yusei had been dubbed Crabhead by the fans ever since his character design was revealed. It finally came full circle in Tag Force 5 in which a certain shop owner asks the player how he feels about crustaceans. The Tag Force 5 shop owner is full of Shout Outs to the fans. Highlighting a character's pack reveals the WMG and other things about them. Many fans dubbed certain duels seen in episode 26 and 62~64 as rainbow road duels. Cue episode 138 in which the main cast rides up a literal rainbow road into the Ark Cradle. There was also a number who guessed the next series would move into space as a joke. Yusei and Bruno duel in the Ark Cradle on a course set around a star in another 'rainbow road' duel. Goes one step further when Yusei literally passes through the atmosphere during his duel with ZONE and into space.
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False Start
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False Start: Ushio is smitten with his lovely co-worker Mikage, but the moment he chose to make his feelings known to her unfortunately turned out to be the moment when she was having a rather intense conversation with Jack Atlas, which made it clear that she was in love with him. But in season three they are seen working together now as a pair.
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StopHavingFunGuy
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Stop Having Fun Guys: Team Unicorn in the WRGP, mostly intentional as they seem to be a Take That! to the "always win" attitude of many tourney-going Real Life players and the concept of the metagame in general. Ironically though, it's when Jean starts having fun that they end up losing.
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Not a Date
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In episode 75, Yusei takes Aki to a roller-skating rink to teach her to find her center of balance. According to Yusei, learning to skate will somehow help Aki learn to ride a D-wheel.
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Beautiful All Along
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Beautiful All Along: Carly without her glasses of course!!
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Kill the Ones You Love
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Kill the Ones You Love: Jack was forced to do this with Carly. Yusei would've had to do this with Rally, if he didn't kill himself first.
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Boring, but Practical
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Boring, but Practical: This gets deconstructed with the first half of Team Taiyou's strategy, which is to rely on a Stone Wall by using Holding Hands Majinn's high defense to stall, and using Speed World 2 to inflict effect damage to the opponent. This strategy worked in every match before Team 5D's, but when they face off in the quarter-finals, the audience starts booing them because the boring part outweighs the practical part. They only start to gain support from the crowd when the second half of their strategy gets revealed, which is to summon the Awesome, yet Impractical Zushin the Sleeping Giant.
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Hypnotize the Princess
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Hypnotize the Princess: Divine does this to Aki in episode 60, by uttering the trigger sentence: "The entrance to the underworld is on the witch's island."
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SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism
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Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism: The set up involving a more dystopian city and criminals trying to get what they can will create a more cynical setting than the last two Yu-Gi-Oh! series, but the tone, spirit, and characters still make this series more on the idealistic end of the scale.
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Character Development
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Character Development: Among the main cast, Jack and Aki are the most prominent, the former eventually seeing the error of his ways and going from a haughty jerk to a haughty Jerk with a Heart of Gold, while the latter managed to make peace with her two major sources of angst and mellowed out, though there is some debate over how well that was handled. Special mention goes to Ushio. When he first appeared in the original manga he was a loser who was sure to get nowhere in life, and started out in 5Ds as a one-note, one-shot baddie. But after hanging around with the good guys and seeing life from the other side, he did a Heel–Face Turn, pledged to protect the reunited cities of Satellite and Neo Domino, and is now a permanent member of the supporting cast. The trope reaches it's natural conclusion when Ushio and Yusei end up having a very friendly heart to heart talk about what Yusei will do at the end of the series, a very stark contrast to the first episode where Ushio calls him trash and seeks to bring him down for riding a D-Wheel. And Rua. He starts off an naive kid who admires Jack and cried whenever he lost a duel. Across the second season, he deluded himself with a want to be the final Signer, only for that to get smashed by Divine. He begins to grow up and realises the seriousness of the situation, going with the Signers although it pains him that he can't do anything to help his sister, then throws himself into a duel against Demak so she won't have to fight (despite numerous claims from Demak that a non-Signer can't win). Partway into the third season, he gets a chance to prove himself again, using himself as a shield to protect Ruka and almost dying. Then comes 142 when he literally sacrifices himself to get Ancient Fairy on Ruka's field and dies. All that leads to getting a new Birthmark and being revived. He even mourns the death of the guy who killed him. Did I mention he used to cry when he'd lose a duel?
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Dystopia
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Dystopia: And I quote: "The only available utopia is Neo Domino City." Though by the time the third season starts, things have greatly improved due to the efforts of the cast.
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Plot-Based Photograph Obfuscation
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Plot-Based Face Obfuscation: Occurs when Crow tells the legend of the Daedalus Bridge, and during a flashback to Rex's past. Also near the end of season two. Who IS that guy Jaeger keeps talking to, anyway? In the third-season opening, there are three monsters shown in silhouette. Two of those monsters have been used to date in the show, and after each is used, it becomes full-colour. The third one is still shadowed out when the OPs change halfway into the season. About six episode or so later, it's revealed in full color. In another slight subversion, Sherry's helmet is on for the first seven or so episodes, until it's "removed" for Episode 72 onward.
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Blessed with Suck
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Blessed with Suck: The Signers, who can and do summon a powerful plot device that destroys everything. Aki's particular brand of suck, psychic materialization, actually comes in handy when she, Yusei and Sherry are in danger of being crushed by a falling truck, again when she's about to be run over by a marauding steamroller-cum-D-Wheel (What else is there to do but dragon-smash it?) and again when she saves herself, Crow, and Sherry from falling debris in the Ark Cradle.
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No Body Left Behind
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No Body Left Behind: Happens to anyone defeated in a Shadow Duel. And the Jack Robot too while being incinerated. Season 5 has been cancelled, and some episodes of season 4 are only available subbed for Americans.
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Escaped from Hell
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Escaped from Hell: A trap sprung by Rudger after Yusei defeats him sends him falling into the Old Momentum generator, and he ends up in a hellish place where he is assaulted by the spirits of everyone who was killed in Zero Reverse. Fortunately for him, one of these spirits is his father, who helps him escape.
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Wide-Eyed Idealist
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And Rua. He starts off an naive kid who admires Jack and cried whenever he lost a duel. Across the second season, he deluded himself with a want to be the final Signer, only for that to get smashed by Divine. He begins to grow up and realises the seriousness of the situation, going with the Signers although it pains him that he can't do anything to help his sister, then throws himself into a duel against Demak so she won't have to fight (despite numerous claims from Demak that a non-Signer can't win). Partway into the third season, he gets a chance to prove himself again, using himself as a shield to protect Ruka and almost dying. Then comes 142 when he literally sacrifices himself to get Ancient Fairy on Ruka's field and dies. All that leads to getting a new Birthmark and being revived. He even mourns the death of the guy who killed him. Did I mention he used to cry when he'd lose a duel?
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Magikarp Power
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Magikarp Power: Sleeping Giant Thud is an incredibly powerful monster, but his crippling summoning conditions turned him into an "useless card" as judged by the masses. In the anime, Team Taiyou are the only ones who ever managed to actually summon Thud.
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Parental Substitute
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Parental Substitute: Yusei, Crow and Jack sees Martha as their foster mother. Crow himself becomes a Parental Substitute for some children.
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Power Tattoo
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Power Tattoo: Each of the Signers has a part of the Crimson Dragon sealed within them as a Dragon's Birthmark on their arm. The Dark Signers have a mark corresponding to their respective Nazca geoglyph.
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Deus ex Machina
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Season Two finale. Rex first takes Crow's LP down to one and disables his bike, then does the same to Jack. He proceeds to take Yusei down to one without disabling his bike, and his victory appears imminent until Yusei summons Deus ex Machina - excuse me, I mean Savior Star Dragon, and does some fancy trap-activation with his friends' remaining cards on the field.
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To Hell and Back
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To Hell and Back: Yusei unwillingly goes through this after Rudger's Taking You with Me.
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Broken Aesop
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Broken Aesop: The Team Unicorn duel, according to numerous disgruntled fans. The Aesop the writers were going for was probably something along the lines of "It's better to lose and have fun than win and be a stick-in-the-mud," but it came across as broken because a) Team Unicorn was in a major tournament, so you'd imagine winning would probably be a pretty high priority for them, b) the tournament was double-elimination, not single, so Team 5D's could still progress to the finals by beating two more preliminary opponents, and c) the Aesop itself was handled more like "You Can't Fight Plot Armor" than anything else. The moral of the Team Taiyou Duel is that even though you might start with nothing, if you think smart, fight together, and work hard to achieve the impossible, you will... still lose to people with better cards than you. But at least you'll be well-remembered. Also from Team Unicorn, the team is constantly praised for their amazing teamwork, yet it is revealed that in every team match before facing Team 5D's, Andre was able to defeat all three enemies before having to shift to Breo or Jean, meaning teamwork has never been a factor for them before their match with Team 5D's, as Andre was able to beat all three opponents by himself. Even in the match against them, Andre manages to defeat Jack and Aki, while also cutting Yusei's life points in half, meaning even then he still did the majority of the work compared to his teammates.
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First-Name Basis
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First-Name Basis: During their second duel, Yusei calls Aki by her given name to grab her attention. Which makes sense, as in Japan, you only ever refer to someone by their first name only(That is, without the suffixes such as -san, -chan, -kun, etc.) if you're an incredibly close personal friend or a lover. Doing so otherwise is usually considered disrespectful.
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Stupidity Is the Only Option
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Stupidity Is the Only Option: Chapter 2 of WC 2011 is all about this. No, you can't refuse to help Lilie, and duel Crow because he mistakes you for a kidnapper. And no, You can't avoid being lured into a fake D-Wheel shop, buying fake D-Wheel parts and getting said parts stolen by the same person who took you there in the first place.
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Bittersweet Ending
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Bittersweet Ending: The World has been saved, and Team 5Ds goes their separate ways. But Aki says they'll see each other again.
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Doomed Hometown
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Doomed Hometown: The vision at the end of the Fortune Cup arc makes Satellite out to be this. Subverted. Satellite doesn't get destroyed, and the two parts of Neo Domino City finally unite at the end of Season 2. Also Bommer's hometown, to a point.
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Copy Protection
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Copy Protection: Pirated copies of WC 2010 and 2011 has the game start with an anti-piracy warning before the title screen. Continuing past that will result in certain plot-progressing events missing, and the computer never making its move in Duels.
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The Magic Poker Equation
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The Magic Poker Equation: Destiny Draws in Tag Force, which allow you to draw a card you need to get out of a tough situation.
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Amnesiac Hero
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Amnesiac Hero: Stardust Accelerator opens with the player finding themselves in Satellite with no memory of their past or identity.
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Mecha-Mooks
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Mecha-Mooks: The Riding Roid army known as the Diablo
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Elemental Powers
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Elemental Powers: The Signer Dragons and their attributes. Blow You Away: Yusei's Stardust Dragon Casting a Shadow: Jack's Red Daemons' Dragon and Crow's Blackfeather Dragon Dishing Out Dirt: Rua's Life Stream Dragon Light 'em Up: Ruka's Ancient Fairy Dragon Making a Splash: The only attribute not represented by a Signer Dragon. Playing with Fire: Aki's Black Rose Dragon
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2D Visuals, 3D Effects
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2D Visuals, 3D Effects: Frequently, when a D-Wheel is used, it and its rider are CGI. This is really, really jarring, especially after you've just seen the low anime framerate cause the drawn D-Wheel to jerk onto the track in a rapid series of 1-metre hops. Jack's and Yusei's dragons are also frequently shown in CGI. Though as the series has gone on, this has gotten progressively less jarring.
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Compressed Hair
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Compressed Hair: Pretty much everyone who ever wears a helmet in this show.
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Honor Before Reason
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Honor Before Reason/Idiot Ball: After employing a strategy of Deck Destruction to reduce the size of Yusei's deck to 0, the last member of Team Unicorn loses because he allows Yusei to convince him that winning on such a technicality is dishonorable and attacks Yusei's monster, allowing Yusei to activate his Stronghold Guardian and increase his monster's defense points, reducing his opponent's life point's to 0. For those unfamiliar with the rules, all the opponent would have had to do was end his turn and Yusei would have lost due to the fact that he couldn't draw a card during his Draw Phase.
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Giving Someone the Pointer Finger
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Giving Someone the Pointer Finger: How did it take this long for this trope to get on here? Crow and Jack both - and more recently, Ruka. Although not precisely a pointer finger, Yusei has a habit of throwing his hand forward in a gesture similar to the traditional pointed-finger pose.
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Meddling Parents: Martha is a Meddling Adoptive Parent, pulling on ears for emphasis. Aki's dad, Izayoi Hideo, by pretty much telling her to attach herself to Yusei as her new daddy figure while she's in Satellite.
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To the point where it seems like they're actually twins Separated at Birth.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Ushio in the first season. It helps that he never actually wins a duel in the entire series. Season 3 appears to have Bruno taking his place with the poor guy getting punched in the face multiple times by Jack, run over by a mob of police officers, knocked out by Placido, and attacked by a very angry Sherry in highheels.
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No Hugging, No Kissing: Sure, Jack and Carly hugged, but what about Aki and Yusei?
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Everything's Better with Rainbows:
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Leaning on the Fourth Wall
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Even the fourth wall isn't immune to a dog-kick: The ending credits (5th version) do this to Aki. Sure, she may not have been as prominent in the team as the others, but did they have to be so blunt as to slap "Benchwarmer" on her!?
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I Have a Family
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I Have a Family: When faced with sudden death in 82, Jaeger pulls out a photograph of his wife and kid, who both look exactly like him.
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Godhood Seeker
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Godhood Seeker: Rex Godwin. Z-One to a degree as well, as he feels being the last survivor of humanity and his suffering has pushed him to this, as well as his Temporal Machine God deck based on the Sephirot of Judaism.
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Break the Cutie
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Break the Cutie: Hi there, Carly. Granted, saying Kill the Cutie would be giving too much away.
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Friend or Idol Decision
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Friend or Idol Decision: Yusei had to make this one. Dueling Jack/stopping Jack from leaving on his D-Wheel or saving Rally's life. Guess what he choses?
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Mukokuseki
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Mukokuseki: Does anyone in this show actually look Japanese?
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Getting Crap Past the Radar
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Getting Crap Past the Radar: This one shot◊ of Sherry's chest in episode 93 seems rather detailed for a show solely about a children's card game, but the conveniently placed buttons really are the icing on the cake... In the dub
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Plot-Driven Breakdown
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Plot-Driven Breakdown: if Yusei's D-Wheel hadn't broken down when it did, the series would have come to a premature end.
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Minion Manipulated into Villainy: In the "Dark Signers" arc, Bommer blamed the destruction of his village on Rex Goodwin, due to a Momentum accident that he covered up. His drive for revenge was taken advantage of by the Dark Signers who recruited him. During Boomer's duel with Crow, upon summoning his Earthbound Immortal, he discovered that the souls of everyone from his village was inside it, making him realize that his village's destruction wasn't caused by the Momentum accident, but by the Earthbound Immortals, meaning that everything that had lead to him becoming a Dark Signer was manipulated by the beings he now served.
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Love Confession
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Episode 154, full stop. The night before everyone leaves, Aki attempts to confess her feelings to Yusei, but stops herself. Yusei walks up to her and holds her hand and they stare into each other's eyes, hinting that Yusei feels the same way.] [[spoiler:The producers love being ambiguous. With that whole "stare in each others' eyes" thing, and the fact right after Aki closes her eyes, the scene transitions, one has to wonder if this was a Kissing Discretion Shot. Prepare for an onslaught of Die for Our Ship enthusiasts to make heads or tails of this.
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Smug Snake
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Smug Snake: Jean of Team Unicorn, constantly smirking about how Team 5D's is playing right into their hands. However, seeing how the anime has been hyping up his skills (Mostly how highly Breo thinks of him and his flashback in episode 100), maybe he does have a reason for being smug.
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: Placido fusing with his D-Wheel in 107 definitely qualifies. Legs are not supposed to bend and fold like that!
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But Thou Must!
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But Thou Must!: "Don't touch the computer on your right. There's important data in it."
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Showdown at High Noon
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Showdown at High Noon: A variation of version B for this trope is present in episode 86. Instead of high noon, it's held at sunset and this being a Card Games show, they play Duel Monsters instead.
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Do Not Call Me
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Do Not Call Me "Paul": When Dark Glass reveals his identity (as Bruno, although his code name is Antinomy), Yusei keeps calling him 'Bruno', even though he insists Yusei call him 'Antinomy'.
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Reincarnation
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Reincarnation: Not only is Jack Atlas a badass on his own, he's the reincarnation of the warrior with a 'Burning Soul' power that defeated the Scar-Red Nova 10,000 years prior. No wonder he's always so Hot-Blooded. Jose, Placido and Luciano are reincarnations of the same human, Aphoria
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Latex Space Suit
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Latex Space Suit: While not a spacesuit, Jack's riding outfit is unnecessarily form-fitting. While also not a spacesuit, Aki's riding suit is also rather form-fitting, which is lampshaded when she comments on how strange the whole thing feels. Placido seems to wear a pretty tight coverall as well. Not sure if it really is a spacesuit.
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All Your Powers Combined
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In episode 55 it was revealed that the Signers have the ability to temporarily steal the marks of other Signers to create a mark of the Crimson Dragon on their backs, which allows them to summon a Saviour version of their Signer dragon and have an otherwise impossible victory in a duel.
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Invincible Hero
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Invincible Hero: Subverted in that the Signers didn't get a fair victory against the Dark Signers until Yusei managed to defeat Kiryu. Then again, Yusei is The Ace and had the the full power of the Crimson Dragon behind him. Crow (not a Signer) and the Wonder Twins (both dueling at the same time) managed to pull out victories before this, but not on anyone important to the plot. Worth noting that the first one to fall, Demak, is defeated about 25 episodes (the first season was 26 episodes long) after the Dark Signer arc actually began. Crow has lost three duels onscreen, but in two cases he has chosen to lose, and it was a gigantic plot point that's lampshaded when the peanut gallery for the duel pretty much has a collective heart attack because WTF CROW LOST. It is now finally averted in that Crow lost fairly to Team Taiyou, completely and utterly without holding back. Though that's because he plays Black Feathers/Blackwings. Played straight in season three, Yusei has taken apart of the majority of the duels and has yet to lose any of them. Most noticeable in Team Unicorn's duel. Jack Atlas never lost a duel in the two or so years he was King, making it an in-universe example. But this is Fridge Brilliance as revealed much later in the series,that Godwin was actually paying off strong duelists who could actually be a threat to him, such as Dragan.
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Book-Ends
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Book-Ends: The first opening shows Yusei and Jack in a riding duel with Junk Warrior opposing against Red Demon's Dragon. The final duel, final episode of the series is Yusei vs Jack in a riding duel with Junk Warrior defeating Red Demon's Dragon. Not only that Junk Warrior was the monster that gave Yusei victory in his first and last duels of the show (although the opponents were Ushio for the first and Jack in the last). At some point, after Yusei and Jack drive into the tunnel, when the path splits in two paths, the area looks a bit like the area Yusei and Trudge drove through during their first duel. Also, the end of that battle had the current Opening playing in the background. Yusei having a long talk with Trudge also counts, as they previously exchanged ideologies in the first episode.
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Cybernetics Eat Your Soul
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Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: Upon being reconstructed, Aporia decides to cast off his human emotions, believing them to be the cause of his earlier defeat, and embrace his identity as a machine. He acts much more stoic and monotone during his duel with Jack, Rua, and Ruka, though he still ends up with a Villainous Breakdown when things start to fall apart.
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The Dragon
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The Dragon: Kiryu
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This Is Unforgivable!
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This Is Unforgivable!: Played straight quite a few times, the first major instance being Yusei saying it after his foster parent, Martha, is sacrificed to Uru. In a more comedic example: JACK ATLAS WILL AVENGE HIS CUP RAMEN!
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Gravity Is a Harsh Mistress
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Gravity Is a Harsh Mistress: Rather, gravity ceases to apply the moment a character gets on a motorbike. It should not have taken several minutes to fall down a three story elevator shaft. Right, episode 12? They did talk a lot. In Episode 64, there should not have been nearly enough time for the Savior Star Dragon to catch both Crow and Jack before they hit the water.
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Combat Breakdown
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Combat Breakdown: In the dub version of the Crashtown finale. As has happened before, things have hit the fan and the violence started getting physical, but for once it didn't get the duel back on track. (This was because 4Kids wanted to feature Lotten's gun monsters as little as possible.)
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Lotus-Eater Machine
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This actually happens to Jack a few times. He first drifted apart from Yusei and then going as far as to put Rally's life in danger so that he could steal Stardust Dragon and Yusei's D-Wheel to become King and forgot about his life in Satellite. Then he turns into a Dark Signer during Carly's Lotus-Eater Machine but quickly snaps out of it. And then there's a variation with a Jack robot in season three. To top it all off, his manga counterpart may or may not qualify depending on how much Yusei and Jack's relationship has changed in the Alternate Universe.
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Easy Amnesia
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Easy Amnesia: The English dub of episode 13, when Yusei meets Rua and Ruka. It only lasts for one episode. Guess how he gets it back. Lampshaded for several episodes, with Rua nicknaming Yusei "Mr. Amnesia Man."
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GonnaFlyNowMontage
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Gonna Fly Now Montage: Jack has one in episode 152 before his duel against Yusei, where he takes down Sherry, Kiryu and Bommer one after the other.
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Our Time Travel Is Different
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Our Time Travel Is Different: The wormhole variety.
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Minor Injury Overreaction
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Minor Injury Overreaction: In the English version of episode 52, after the second time Crow tries to make heavy bits of surrounding infrastructure fall on and crush Bommer rides out of the murk declaring that Crow has scratched the paint job on Bommer's D-Wheel, and that Crow will "pay". More dub hilarity: In Episode 35, Yusei gets surgery after his D-Wheel turns over and part of it breaks off, lodging in his abdomen. In the dub this scene is not cut, but the metal fragment has been airbrushed out, and we are left with the sight of Martha and Dr. Schmidt in surgical masks while a bare-chested, untouched Yusei grimaces on a surgical table because of "heavy bruising on the left side." Ironically enough the dub inverts this trope in episode 6, see Major Injury Underreaction above. One of the earliest examples, the end of episode 5. After all the Crimson Dragon disappears and Yusei and Jack come up from the wreckage. In the Japanese version, Yusei winces and looks at his arm, which is glowing with the Dragon Tail Birthmark. Silently, he pulls his glove up and his sleeve down to reveal that yes, it is coming from his arm. In the dub however, he's screaming his head off in pain from the burning on his arm. Completely opposite from the Major Injury Underreaction example in the following episode previously mentioned.
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Power Incontinence: Shown with Aki, as she is unable to control her psychic duelist powers until a bit of Duelist Therapy with Yusei and her father getting in the way. She has much more control in Season 3.
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Dark Is Not Evil
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Dark Is Not Evil: Three of The Team fit this: Jack commands Red Dragon Archfiend (Red Demon's Dragon), and later powers that up by bringing an Earthbound Immortal to heel to create (Scar-) Red Nova Dragon. Crow plays a deck of Dark-attribute Clever Crows and a Toothy Bird Dark dragon. Aki is a reformed Dark Magical Girl who commands Black Rose Dragon, whose effect wrecks the field when used. All three dragons and their users are heroic. The Crimson Dragon could count too. A red and black spirit creature with skeletal wings, with similar origins to the Earthbound Immortals. It's the Big Good of the series.
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Fragile Speedster
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Fragile Speedster: The Junk frame — a D-Wheel body available in WC 2010 and 2011 — is available very early on, offering excellent handling and is fully customizable (whereas other fully customizable frames become available only in the final few chapters), but has terrible endurance. One collision with it can easily force the player to start their race segment again.
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Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling
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Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Rua is the foolish one and Ruka is the responsible one.
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Recycled IN SPACE!
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There was also a number who guessed the next series would move into space as a joke. Yusei and Bruno duel in the Ark Cradle on a course set around a star in another 'rainbow road' duel. Goes one step further when Yusei literally passes through the atmosphere during his duel with ZONE and into space.
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The Unreveal: The "original" timeline of the series that Z-one comes from before he began messing with history apparently had Yusei pioneering Accel Synchro and Delta Accel Synchro with Shooting Star Dragon and "Cosmic Blazar Dragon", with no mention of Shooting Quasar Dragon. The actual card/monster was never seen, only a brief mention was made.
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Combat Commentator
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Combat Commentator: Pretty much every episode with dueling has somebody commenting from the sidelines. Special mention goes to the entirely-played-straight Master of Ceremonies in the Fortune Cup and his "Everybody listen!" In fact, the MC decides to stay behind and commentate Yusei's duel with ZONE rather than flee the impending Colony Drop!
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He's Just Hiding!
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He's Just Hiding!: In-Universe. Crow is convinced that Yusei survived the fall into Old Momentum in Episode 58. Sure enough, only an episode later...
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It's All My Fault
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Yusei in the climax of his duel with Rudger during his It's All My Fault moment in Episode 57, wondering how his True Companions could possibly see him as a friend after what his father's research had led to.
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Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: In episode 2 of the dub, Yusei is said to have a fear of bugs. Ironic in that he later has to face a spider-based deck (to its credit, the dub actually shows a bit of continuity by having him afraid of the giant spiders Roman is summoning to the field).
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HP to 1
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HP to 1 / One-Hit Kill: This pretty much sums up Wiraqocha Rasca's anime effect. Crow's powerful Black Feather/Blackwing deck accomplished a one-turn-kill in its first appearance in episode 30. Let's not forget Yusei's One Turn Three Kill with Nitro Warrior and Arms Aid/Armory Arm.
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I Kiss Your Hand
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I Kiss Your Hand: Jack does this to his adopted mother, Martha.
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Not Distracted by the Sexy: When Breo's girlfriend dumped him and hit on Jean, he tells her to get lost, being smart enough to know that she'll just dump him when he loses a duel.
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Intrepid Reporter
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Hoo boy, between 36/37, Divine manages to lock up Himuro and Yanagi, beat up a ten year old kid, put him in a coma, then send an Intrepid Reporter falling to her death by propelling her out a window. Then he convinces Aki that it's all good. Then there are the experiments he performed on individuals with psychic potential. He does get what's coming to him, though. Twice.
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Time Skip
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Time Skip: Season three takes place six months after the final duel with Godwin. A second one occurs in the last few episodes, and it takes place another six months after the final battle with show. Another one is is shown at the beginning of the final episode and this time its definetely years down the road.
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Pragmatic Adaptation
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Pragmatic Adaptation: WC 2009 and WC 2010 are simplified versions of the first two seasons of 5Ds, though the Dark Signer arc had a lot of twists and turns and the game still manages to include most of them. WC 2011 is even more pragmatic; most of the third season of 5Ds was a bunch of personal growth stories for side characters before Yliaster showed up, so instead they made up their own group of unique characters for the video game's protagonist.
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The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard
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The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard: Any card that requires a coin flip or die roll will almost always turn out in the computer's favor.
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Heel–Face Turn
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Heel–Face Turn: Ushio, after Martha taught him how to be nice and useful. Also Aki at the end of episode 41. All of the Dark Signers by episode 64. As they have now come back to life, and Carly, at least, has reverted to her former personality. After two violent defeats, Aporia has turned against Z-One by dueling him for the sake of Team 5Ds, because they gave him hope for the future for the first time in his life since the future was ruined.
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We Have Reserves
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We Have Reserves: Subverted. Rudger is very shocked and furious after realizing that Demak has been defeated by Rua and Ruka, but still has a Plan B, in the form of Bommer] . Crow first agrees to lead Yusei to Old Momentum, then duels Bommer, then duels Rex, leading some in fandom to jokingly - or maybe not-so-jokingly - call him "the sixth Signer" - a title he earns in canon in Episode 64, when he gains the tail birthmark.
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Nintendo Hard
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Nintendo Hard: It's often difficult for those who aren't well versed in the game or without cheating devices, to get off the ground as the starting decks are crap and you must progress in the game a fair bit in order to unlock the packs with decent cards. It is not uncommon for the player in WC 2009 to find themselves using only the three Synchros they begin the game with until the end- or post-game. 2010 and 2011 got better in that regard by making Synchros and Structure Decks accessible sooner.
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Freeze-Frame Bonus
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Freeze-Frame Bonus: Z-One's computer screen in 149 shows how Yusei's future would have turned out without Yliaster's interference. Among the things it mentioned is a card called Cosmic Blazar Dragon, the Delta Accel Synchro evolution of Stardust Dragon never shown in the actual story. Other stuff mentioned is tournaments he won, and how he was actually the one who invented Accel and Delta Accel Synchro summoning. Much to Z-One's surprise though, when he skips Delta Accel Synchroing with what was suppose to be his ace monster and going even further then his alternate self by doing a Limit Over Accel Synchro to summon Shooting Quasar Dragon.
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Claimed by the Supernatural
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Claimed by the Supernatural: The Signers have the Dragon's Birthmarks, signifying that they were chosen by the Crimson Dragon.
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Gameplay and Story Segregation
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Gameplay and Story Segregation: It's supposed to be extremely difficult to construct a deck full of cards with any sort of power for those who live in the Satellite, but when you're actually playing not only does every person have a full deck, but they tend to be extremely powerful ones at that.
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Drill Sergeant Nasty
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Drill Sergeant Nasty: The Riding Dueling instructor, in the style of R. Lee Ermey of course. Tetsu Ushio as well, when he's performing the final exams for the riding dueling license.
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New Game+
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New Game+: Present in World Championship. After clearing the main storyline, you can start the game over with the same cards, recipes and character that you used in your previous playthrough.
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Even Evil Has Loved Ones
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Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Rudger and Rex are very close brothers, even though both are "evil" villains as the series progresses. Jaeger might not be evil, but he's certainly not good, unless his family is concerned. He'll work for the villain, break into your home, steal your cup ramen, and cackle like an evil maniac, but he loves his wife and son more then anything.
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Instant Runes
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Instant Runes: Whenever a true Dark Signer duels, the Nazca Line geoglyph corresponding to their birthmark appears. When a possessed person ("Shadow Drone" in the English dub) duels, a generic circle of fire appears.
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Dramatic Shattering
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Dramatic Shattering: Happens during Aki's rematch with Misty when a couple of mirrors around her are smashed.
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BadassNormal
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Badass Normal: Leo somewhat qualifies, considering he pretty much did most of the work in defeating the first Dark Signer before his sister took over (using his deck). Unfortunately he loses his status as badass normal when he became a Signer.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: Forced in episode 46, where Rally, had to either kill Yusei or sacrifice himself. In episode 63, Crow shouts that "It doesn't matter how bad I'm hurt, as long as Yusei goes on!" before throwing himself and his bike headfirst into one of Godwin's monsters during a Shadow Duel, in which monsters are real and players take real damage. The end of episode 59. Carly forces herself to lose the duel, killing herself, and foiling Jack's plan for them to die together. Doesn't Yusei's father saving his son instead of himself count for anything? Rua in episode 142, Summoning Power Tool Dragon and Ancient Fairy Dragon to give Ruka and Jack a fighting chance, knowing Aporia's "Level Cannon" Trap Card will deplete the rest of his LP (and kill him) for doing so. Bruno/Antinomy might be the king of this trope for 5Ds when he chose to give up his life to give Yusei the boost he needed to get out of the Black Hole, and how their whole duel to the death was nothing but an attempt to show him how to overcome anything in his duel with Z-One.
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Tentacle Rope
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Tentacle Rope: Aki's Rose Tentacles does this to Yusei. Jack gets tangled up - pardon the pun - in a virtual-reality simulation of them.
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Manly Tears
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Manly Tears: Jack Atlas is the only character in fiction who can make crying over the beauty of Cup Ramen bringing people together through tough times,seem manly.
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Forgot About His Powers
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Forgot About His Powers: End your damn turn, Jean! End your turn! ...NOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Yusei falls victim to the same thing in that episode. The card he used in the last turn, Summon Tax, had been in his hand for some time. If he had set it when he set Cosmic Blast, he was guaranteed a win. If Jean's external piece destroyed it and not Cosmic Blast, Yusei can use Stardust for a Heroic Sacrifice and win. If it's still Cosmic Blast destroyed, he can activate it after summoning Dragoequites, and if Jean summons Voltic Bicorn he loses, so he wouldn't and thus would have to take a lethal direct hit. But no... they had to drag it out as much as possible... Another Yusei example: When he struggles against the Meklord Emperors, he eventually discovers Accel Synchro to counter their ability to steal Synchro monsters. However, he already had 2 ways of countering them, Turbo Warrior (whose ability lets it ignore the effects of monsters who have a lower level; the Meklord Emperors are all level 1 monsters, and Turbo Warrior is a level 6 monster) and Dragon Knight Draco Equiste (who, as a Fusion Monster, was immune to the Meklord Emperors by default), and never uses either of them.
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Evil Tower of Ominousness
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Evil Tower of Ominousness: Yggdrasill in Duel Transer.
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Stealth-Based Mission
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Stealth-Based Mission: At certain point in WC 2009, both your deck and D-Wheel are taken by Securities, so you have to sneak in the Securities Impound to get them back. Possibly doubles as That One Level. Carried over to 2010, but this time, it's only your deck.
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Evil Laugh
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Evil Laugh: Kiryu, Jaeger, Divine and Rex all have one. Let's not forget Earthbound God-possessed Carly. Episode 65 gives us Ghost's evil laugh, and most hammily of all, Lucciano. In episode 76, Jack has one of these after he punches the guy whose life he just saved. Episode 132 gives us a quick one from Jose.
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Brawler Lock
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Brawler Lock: Yusei's Shooting Star Dragon and Jack's Scar Red Nova Dragon do this when a battle is initiated. Since they have the same number of attack points, both are destroyed.
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Everything's Better with Samurai
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Everything's Better with Samurai: The archetype of Mizoguchi's Bushido deck, complete with seppukku-themed trap card.
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Big Brother Instinct
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Big Brother Instinct: Although Yusei's protective of all his friends, it's the death of eleven-year-old Rally in Episode 46 that makes him snap and start howling for bloody revenge. Slightly subverted in that they're not actually related. Crow counts, too: in Episode 32 he tells Yusei he would die for the kids he takes care of, and in Episode 51, his own big motivation for revenge is that his kids have been eaten by Black Deathfog. Still unrelated by blood, but they call him "Crow-niichan," or "Big brother Crow," so it's close enough for government work. In another odd example, Ruka actually asks for the protection of her twin brother Rua when they go to Satellite. Rua certainly delivers. Rua's distrust of Luciano when he gets close to his sister is the impetus of episode 77. Just prior to Zero Reverse, Rudger orders Rex to safety, making Rex the only adult to survive the epicenter of the event. At the conclusion of the Crashtown arc, Kiryu appears to have adopted a couple of kids after their father falls tragically to his death to save their lives. Same children also refer to him using the honorific used for older brothers.
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Chewing the Scenery
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Chewing the Scenery: Luciano duels with all the grace of BRIAN BLESSED.
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Dub-Induced Plot Hole: There are two big ones, both of which, interestingly, work as foreshadowing: Rex Godwin calls himself the fifth Signer in dub episode 26, then (temporarily) becomes exactly that in episode 62, and Yusei says he has the Head of the Crimson Dragon in dub episode 27. Although at the time he actually has the Tail, he gains the Head in episode 64. The dub bizarrely cuts out the intro scene of episode 26, leaving fans to wonder where Yusei's Junk Warrior went, how his LP got reduced to 1900 and where Jack's 3 facedown cards came from. Crow says in a one-off joke from the English version of episode 44 that Jaeger's monsters remind him of his fifth birthday party. This is impossible, since episode 52 reveals that Crow grew up alone on the streets; orphaned because of Zero Reverse, and had no friends until he was pretty clearly older than five. Oops. Speaking of Zero Reverse, WHO caused it, exactly? Dub seems to imply that Dr. Fudo did, but then contradicts itself and says it was Rudger, just like the Japanese version - before skipping back to it being Dr. Fudo again. Because 4kids skipped the episodes after Placido and Yusei's all the way to Team Ragnarok's exposition episode, dub fans are left to wonder how did Jack acquire Scar Red Nova Dragon and where did Sherry disappear off to. At least the Hulu subs did some of the missing episodes, though they still don't have the Ark Cradle. Speaking of which... Skipping over the Ark Cradle, means that fans won't learn of Bruno's identity, history and everything that happens in the real Final Battle. Zone will just remain a mystery as well.
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Hidden Eyes
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Hidden Eyes: The main character of Tag Force.
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The Reveal
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While it was stated that Paradox, the villain of the 10th anniversary film, would have his origins revealed in the series, nothing else was known about him. Then again, when you compare his outfit and motorcycle to the outfits of the Three Emperors and Primo's motorcycle, it was obvious that there was at least some connection between them. Lo and behold, The Reveal after the WRGP...
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Serious Business
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Serious Business: As per the course, though there are a good number of characters who don't play the game to somewhat offset this.
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Unrobotic Reveal: Underneath its Machine-Type exterior, Power Tool Dragon is really Life Stream Dragon, a true Dragon-Type.
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Berserker Tears: Many times.
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Meaningful Name: Take your pick. Yusei's name is derived from the Planetary Particle (Yusei Ryushi) his father discovered. Like the Planetary Particle which connected every other particle, Professor Fudo wished his son to a person able to connect people through bonds - and that's exactly what he turned out to be. Rex' full name, "Rex Godwin," means "the king who is the friend of gods." In Episode 62 Rex announces his intention to use the power of both the light and dark gods to become the "ultimate god" and bring an end to the Signer/Dark Signer war. Every. Earthbound. God/Immortal. Is named after a figure in Peruvian myth or history (with the possible but not certain exception of Chacu Challhua). Godwin uses Sun Dragon Inti (Inti being the Incan god of the sun) and Moon Dragon Quilla (Quilla being the Incan goddess of the moon, and Inti's wife). They have a son named Manco Capac (Earthbound God Ccapac Apu). The TCG stretches this further with Apocatequil, the Incan god of Thunder, and Supay, the Incan god of Death. Azcatl (the Japanese name of Ascator) is "ant" in Nahuatl. The ultimate of the Earthbound God is Wiraqocha Rasca, considered the most important Incan deity. And Godwin uses it, keeping in line with his Inca theme. In a case of Shown Their Work, chaku is the Quechua (traditional Andean language) word for "hunting" while challwa is the word for "fish". "Chaku Challwa" is literally "Hunting Fish" or, as a stretch, "Killer Whale". Chacu Challhua is the Earthbound God/Earthbound Immortal for the Killer Whale geoglyph. Izayoi Aki roughly means '(the moon on) the sixteenth night of autumn'. This is the time during which the rites of power for the Sumerian Lady of Roses are carried out, and Aki's theme is roses. Bommer's dub name, "Greiger" or, rather, "Krieger," means "Warrior" in German. Many of the characters with Western names have names startlingly fit to their roles: Martha means "lady of the house," Jaeger is German for "hunter," and Jack is a diminutive of John, which means "God is gracious" - with his mentor's surname meaning "friend of God." The name for "Jack" may stand for the classic playing card also known as a "knave", which is quite a clever choice, considering his title. Jack's name has potentially up to three meanings, actually - it's also a medieval name meaning, simply, "man," with Carly's name meaning "woman." The Emperors of Yliaster - Jose, Placido, and Luciano - are named after The Three Tenors. Is it too much to hope they'll sing? Someone on Janime Forums pointed out that Crow's full name as given in the third season ending, "Crow Hogan," may be a play on words from the important Japanese historical figure Minamoto no Yoshitsune, who had a title that romanizes as "Hogan". According to legend, Yoshitsune was trained in swordmanship by a Tengu, a Japanese crow-demon. Crow's orphans have names in the credits, and his girls' names (Hikari and Kokoro, "light" and "heart" in Japanese) fit the pattern as well - with "my heart" and "light of my life" being English phrases for the thing a person holds most dear, something that certainly holds true with Crow and his kids. Sherry LeBlanc's name means "darling white one" in French. Sherry is French, has pale blonde hair and a white riding suit... and she's certainly caught Yusei's eye, with the poor boy having nightmares about her taunting him for having poor dueling skills. Rua's English dub name (Leo) suddenly makes a lot more sense when he and the lion spirit Regulus simultaneously attack the Ape King in different planes. (Regulus is the brightest star of the constellation Leo the Lion.) Bruno's real name Antinomy, means logical paradox, showing how he has to turn against his friends.
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Good Wings, Evil Wings
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The Crimson Dragon could count too. A red and black spirit creature with skeletal wings, with similar origins to the Earthbound Immortals. It's the Big Good of the series.
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Fighting Your Friend: Yusei vs Kiryu (this happens three times in fact), Jack vs Dark Signer Carly, Yusei vs Dark Glass/Bruno/Antinomy, the second time and Z-One vs Aporia. Aporia does it to show off Z-One's deck to Yusei..
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Disc-One Final Boss
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Disc-One Final Boss - Rudger, who as the head of the Dark Signers dies rather prematurely and unexpectedly, but not before revealing that there's somebody pulling his wires. Aporia as well.
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Janitor Impersonation Infiltration
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Janitor Impersonation Infiltration: Yusei pulls one of these to get into Security's Impound Centre and get his D-Wheel back towards the beginning of the series.
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Making a Splash
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Making a Splash: The only attribute not represented by a Signer Dragon.
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Disney Death
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Disney Death: Yusei falling into Old Momentum, as well as every single one of the Dark Signers.
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Fangs Are Evil
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Aporia has them too, buuuut...
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Unwanted Harem
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In episode 99, when Jack is being carted off to the hospital after his crash, Yusei tells Mikage, Carly, and Stephanie that Jack may need mouth-to-mouth, much to their delight. Please note that this was deifinitely not in the Japanese version, and that although Jack crashed, he was still talking just fine.
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Up to Eleven
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And the Jack-Roid turns this Up to Eleven.
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Calling Your Attacks: This is Yu-Gi-Oh, so practically every monster attack has to be screamed to the heavens (for some monsters it ends up being different every time), and even a fair few EFFECTS have names. New to 5D's, it overlaps with Badass Creed and Catchphrase with just about everyone spouting a short phrase for their Synchro Summoning. See the quote section for the list of chants.
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Zettai Ryouiki
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Aki's cleavage is erased. (Her skirt is lengthened and her garters are usually erased as well, which in turn give her Grade-A Zettai Ryouiki.) Aside from the editing often being inconsistent between shots, it was poorly done at times (Why does Aki have shading from cleavage when she doesn't even have cleavage?!) This edit becomes especially egregious after Aki dons her cleavage-errific riding suit for the first time in episode 75. Misty's (huge) and Angela's (not quite as huge) cleavage is likewise censored, and scantily-clad Duel Spirits like Ruka's Sunny Pixie are covered up.
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You Can't Fight Fate
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You Can't Fight Fate: Bruno has even a symbolic meaning towards this in his real name, Antinomy. It means logical paradox, showing that he is forced to fight against his friends.
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Idiot Ball
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Idiot Ball: A minor example, from Yusei of all people. In his second battle with Andore, the latter has revived Thunder Unicorn during Yuesi's Battle Phase because of an [anime-only] special ability. It would have been Removed From Play at the end of the Battle Phase. So what does Yusei do? Waste his own monster, Max Warrior, in order to defeat Thunder Unicorn instead of simply not attacking and letting it suffer from its own effect. Justified, as Andore's deck generally revovles around removing monsters from play and re-summoning them from the Removed From Play zone.
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When She Smiles
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When She Smiles: Misaki in the 2011 ending. Oh, when she smiles,◊ indeed.
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Adaptational Badass
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Adaptational Badass: Minor characters from the anime will often have powerful decks in the games. Stephanie from the anime is just a waitress who doesn't duel. In the games, she uses a Blue-Eyes White Dragon deck.
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Put on a Bus
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Put on a Bus: Happens to most of the Dark Signers following their resurrection, barring Carly. Kiyru came back for his own arc, before being put back on the bus. Bommer and his younger siblings also return for a few episodes.
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Slap-on-the-Wrist Nuke
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Slap-on-the-Wrist Nuke: Bruno/Antimony manages to blow out a freaking sun with his Delta Accel Synchro. But since its only a powerful Summon Magic Yusei remains unharmed.
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Brother–Sister Incest: Some of Ruka and Rua's interactions suggest this, especially when Rua sees Ruka in new clothes in episode 152.
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Spirit World
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Spirit World: Ruka's power allows her to communicate with various Duel Monster spirits, most notably the lion Regulus, her signature dragon, and her cute fluffy pet Kurribon.
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Remember the New Guy?
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Remember the New Guy?: Crow and Kiyru started as this. Kiryu got a lot of development and, until recently, Crow had little to none until the third season.
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Casting a Shadow
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Casting a Shadow: Jack's Red Daemons' Dragon and Crow's Blackfeather Dragon
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Real Life Writes the Plot
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Real Life Writes the Plot: The sudden removal of mysticism, which resulted in Yliaster's origins being inconsistent and Brother Chucked the Psychic Duelists, and the severe reduction of Carly's role were both caused by the discovery of her seiyuu's association with the Roma Sophia cult.
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My Significance Sense Is Tingling: Every time a Signer is in danger/summoning his ace dragon/dueling against a Dark Signer, all the other Signers are able to feel it through their birthmarks.
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Rapunzel Hair: Sherry's hair is this in one scene of the fifth ending.
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Redemption Demotion
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Redemption Demotion: Aporia goes from being able to almost beat three of the best duelist in the series at once to smashed around by ZONE the second he changes sides. This is justified by the fact that his Machine Emperors were specifically designed to be Synchro Killers, so it's only natural he'd fare better against our Synchro-happy protagonists than against ZONE. ZONE even lampshaded this by saying Aporia would be at a huge disadvantage against his deck.
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Boss in Mook Clothing
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Boss in Mook Clothing: Starting from World Championship 2010, there's one character who usually stands out for being very tough to beat due to having a deck that is better than what you can get normally in the current state, not to mention your lack of a collection at that early stage in the game. Examples include Mimi in 2010 (has a card that cant be destroyed by battle, easily summoned with 4000 ATK, supported with a relatively good Spell/Trap/Monster line-up) and Minegishi in 2011 (A Chaos DAD deck with good Spell/Trap line-up with quality on par with a Tournament level deck)
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Obviously Evil
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Obviously Evil: When your team is named Catastrophe and your MO is to literally bump off the competition, you aren't even trying.
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Barbara gets a lot of mileage out of this one... Breo's girlfriend, who dumped him as soon as he lost a duel, then hit on the winner.
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Dying Declaration of Love
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Dying Declaration of Love: Carly confesses her love to Jack right before she dies in his arms. This is removed from the dub, however.
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Magical Land
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Magical Land: Ruka can travel to and from there. In this case, it would be the Spirit World.
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Animation Bump
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Rua's duel with Divine definitely qualifies as this. Not only lacking major quality (which 5Ds is generally praised for), but the off models of Divine's Psychic-Type cards, which were considered much lower quality, and only passingly resemble their card counterparts. The main whiplash to this episode comes from the fact it immediately follows the gorgeous eye-feast fans were treated to during the first Kiryu vs Yusei duel.
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Almost Kiss
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Almost Kiss: At least once with Carly during her Jack fantasies. She does actually get to kiss him, but it's during her Lotus-Eater Machine during their duel.
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Expository Hairstyle Change: Kiryu qualifies as he grows his hair out after the Dark Signer arc. Aki's hair has also grown longer, as has Mikage's. Aki's change to a plain hairband in the final episodes' Time Skip, as she no longer needs the metal thing to control her powers.
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Impossibly Cool Clothes
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Impossibly Cool Clothes: Almost everyone. Particularly Divine in episode 36. Someone has to tell that guy he's not Brittanian. Then there's Jack's hilariously ornate outfit in episode 73. Makes him look like something out of a modern day Dumas.
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Lonely at the Top
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Lonely at the Top:
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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking
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Jaeger might not be evil, but he's certainly not good, unless his family is concerned. He'll work for the villain, break into your home, steal your cup ramen, and cackle like an evil maniac, but he loves his wife and son more then anything.
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Breather Episode
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Breather Episodes: The W.R.G.P. arc has often been lighter in tone than the Fortune Cup or Dark Signer arcs, even including a few Filler episodes.
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Emergency Impersonation
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Emergency Impersonation: Z-One takes this to the absolute maximum level, since Yusei had been dead for a good two centuries or so by his time period, he chose to impersonate Yusei by not only doing complete reconstructive surgery on himself to look like Yusei, but implanted a mental control device on himself that gave him Yusei's skills and personality.
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Dishing Out Dirt
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Dishing Out Dirt: Rua's Life Stream Dragon
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Dysfunction Junction
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Dysfunction Junction: Not as bad as some other works, and more often than not played for laughs.
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Most certainly Crow, who's just brimming with bravado. When he and Jaeger eventually duel, they spend most of it trying to out-ham the other. Jack also qualifies for this trope - as he says in the very first episode, "The King's duels must be entertainment for all!" These days, Jack basically is only Large Ham. He's always on the go, ATLAS PUNCHING people, poking his nose in all sorts of episode-filler crime, buying very expensive coffee and AVENGING CUPS OF RAMEN. And the Jack-Roid turns this Up to Eleven. With his brief ascension to godhood, Rex Godwin's previous personality has gone out the window. Akutsu/Zigzix definitely qualifies with all his shouting and... twirling. Aki's father, Hideo, now qualifies after waving a giant flag back and forth in the stands of the WRGP. Brave definitely qualifies, considering his '"Oh noes my life points!!!—just kidding lol" acts and that he rides his D-Wheel STANDING UP half the time, even through battle damage almost-wipeouts. Along with all his other dramatics.
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Final Battle
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Skipping over the Ark Cradle, means that fans won't learn of Bruno's identity, history and everything that happens in the real Final Battle. Zone will just remain a mystery as well.
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Driving Test Smashers
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Driving Test Smashers: When Aki goes to get her Riding Duel license. Actually, outside of a bit of sabotage from the other testees, the "smashing" (a duel with Ushio) is part of the test.
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First-Episode Twist
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First-Episode Twist: Jack originally coming from Satellite is revealed right off the bat in the series.
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Nerd Glasses
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Nerd Glasses: Worn by Carly up until her death. She has them back when she talks with Jack for the last time and when she's revived, though.
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Alternate Universe
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Alternate Universe: The manga version of Yu-Gi-Oh 5Ds is set in an alternate universe from the anime.
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Puzzle Boss
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Puzzle Boss: The Duel Puzzles in each game pit the player in a situation with a fixed board state and hand, with the challenge of winning that very turn. Over the Nexus introduces a Duel Puzzle editor to allow the player to make and share their own.
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What Happened to the Mouse?: All of Yusei's non-Signer/main character friends from the beginning disappear before Season 3. Himuro and Yanagi were last seen waving the gang off as they made their way to Satellite, while Rally, Nerve, Taka and Blitz woke up after being released from Uru. Since then... they've appeared briefly in a flashback to Yusei's rematch with Rudger. Subverted with the above four as they return in the hour-long final episode. Then there's Sly, who had possible plotline going of stealing Stardust Dragon... only to be dropped after one episode.
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Broken Pedestal: Crow spent much of his life idol-worshiping the Legendary D-Wheeler, only to find out that his hero is the man who's been fostering the prejudice and oppression against his hometown for years . . . not to mention the fact that the guy now wants to be a god and rule the world. Sorry about that, Crow.
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Badass Creed
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Badass Creed: The Synchro Summon phrases, overlaps with Calling Your Attacks below. Here's an exceptionally cool one from the most recent episodes:
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Old Save Bonus
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Old Save Bonus: You can port in recipes from Tag Force 3 to Tag Force 4 and the same goes for 4 to 5. And use UMD recognition for both games using the old Tag Forces to unlock cards and characters.
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Back from the Dead
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Back from the Dead:
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Spell My Name with an
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Spell My Name with an "S": The vast majority of the cast is subjected to this, though the twins (Rua and Ruka, Lua and Luka, Leo and Luna, etc.) get it by far the worst. In-show spellings don't help, seeing as some of them are inconsistent (Bommer/Bomber) and others take real names and make gibberish of them (Luciano's name, in-show, is incorrectly spelled as "Lucciano"). It doesn't help at all with the twins case that 4kids was going to rename Rua with his sister's name for the English dub. An interesting example: in-show, Crow's name is pronounced and spelled as "Crow," and the katakana used romanize as "kurou." However, on the TV Tokyo website, his name is shown in URLs as "Claw" (which, oddly enough, has a nearly identical katakana representation to "Crow" despite being pronounced totally differently in English)
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Mind Rape
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Mind Rape: Ruka's duel with Professor Frank. It's accomplished with psychology themed cards, no less. Kodo Kinomiya tried to do this to Aki. It didn't take.
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Evil Pays Better
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Evil Pays Better: Subverted. Bolger killed his best friend and Crow's mentor, Pearson, for a D-Wheel investment. His company was successful for a while, but a few years later, it's basically hemorrhaging money, and needs the Blackfeather Dragon from Pearson's old deck as collateral for an investor.
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Fog of Doom
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On a related note, Episode 44 omits a scene where the Dark Signers' Fog of Doom vaporizes everyone in Satellite except Crow. This edit seems a little strange because it explains where the Satellite citizens sacrificed to the Earthbound Gods came from.
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Stalker with a Crush
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Stalker with a Crush: In Tag Force 5, Sherry mentions that she was living in your own apartment for quite some time, and that she can't sleep well at night because "She has no one to hold her".
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Zig-Zagging Trope
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This seems to be a Zig-Zagging Trope at times, almost to the point of Depending on the Writer. When Jack uses Red Nova Dragon for the first time in the W.R.G.P. against Team Ragnarok, everybody is wooed by it. The MC even comments on the symbolism of Red Nova Dragon (a card partially derived from a Peruvian Devil) going up against Thor (a Nordic God). In addition, when Aporia appears in his true form for the first time, the W.R.G.P. spectators are quick to evacuate the stadium.
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No One Could Survive That!
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No One Could Survive That!: Many times characters, such as Yusei, have been thrown from their bikes and lived. Divine survives his fall from the top floor of the Arcadia Movement headquarters After Lotten explodes the mine, prematurely ending his duel with Yusei, Kiryu and Yusei's falling bodies smack the walls of the canyon, tumbling like ragdolls to the dark pit below. Barely a moment later they get back up on their feet as if nothing happened.
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Wham Episode
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Wham Episode: A lot. (4+ 5) Yusei gets his rematch with Jack that he's been aiming towards. They clash, and at the climax of the duel the Crimson Dragon appears, leaving both with signs on their arms and Yusei carted off to prison. (25+ 26) First full-colour flashback revealing Jack's and Yusei's past, summoning of the Crimson Dragon using all of the Signers, and Jack is violently dethroned. (34+ 35) Flashbacks of Team Satisfaction and Kiryu's murder. First appearance of an Earthbound God and Yusei is nearly killed by it. He escapes, but not without getting a piece of shrapnel stuck in his abdomen. (38+ 39) Carly becomes a Dark Signer. Two Earthbound Gods are summoned at the same time (causing hundreds of people to be sacrificed). Bommer apparently joins the Dark Signers. The city inside the lines is demolished. Divine is killed. (57) We get to see exactly what happened with Zero Reverse. The severed arm with the Dragon's Head turns out to be Rudger's. Iliaster is revealed to have more than a hand in prior (and likely current) events. Yusei falls into Old Momentum after Rudger blows up the bridge the two of them were standing on. (62 through 64) King of the Underworld appears from Old Momentum. Rex becomes both a Signer and a Dark Signer and starts a 1 vs 3 duel with Yusei, Jack and Crow above the city on a massive geogyph. He uses his temple and transforms it into a massive duel disk. Crow becomes a Signer when the Signer marks are switched around. When Rex is defeated, he leaves into the afterlife with his brother, and the rest of the Dark Signers are brought back to life. (107) Bruno's true identity is revealed and he regains his memories back. Yusei goes through an alternate dimension world to obtain Shooting Star Dragon and talk to the ZONE entity. Bruno is also said to come from another world and his mission is to help Yusei and stop the Yliaster trio. Momentum is also stated to respond to people's hearts as Yusei learns how to obtain a "Clear Mind" in order to accel synchro. Then Placido fuses with his D-Wheel to duel Yusei. (134 through 135) Jose reveals to the Signers the future, where Synchro Summons literally destroy the world. It also shows an army of the three Machine Emperors nuking the world, and the fact that the Tenors were once in fact human. The episode ends with the Tenors fusing into one entity, Aporia. Then its revealed that an aged human Aporia met with also human and aged Bruno and Paradox along with ZONE. The four of them performed experiments in hope to save the earth but Bruno and Paradox died of old age. Aporia requests ZONE at his last moments to split himself into three entities representing the three points of despair in his life (losing parents, love and everyone). It is revealed that ZONE created Luciano, Placido and Jose along with a young robotic versions of Bruno and Paradox to send into the past to correct itself. (137) Yusei defeats Aporia and thinks the Ark Cradle is no longer a threat. Cue everyone's celebration cut short by the sky literally shittering and the Ark Cradle descending on Neo Domino City. Everyone is told that the Ark Cradle will collide with Neo Domino City in twelve hours and destroy it, causing massive panic and evacuation. The Ark Cradle is revealed to be the destroyed Neo Domino City turned upside down. Sherry contacts Yusei and is shown to have an Evil Costume Switch. (144/5) Most of the Ark Cradle fits here, but these especially when Bruno finally gets the rest of his memories back and recalls his real name. He promptly challenges Yusei to a Riding Duel around a star. It doesn't last long when he pulls off a new Delta Accel Synchro which causes a supernova and results in a black hole behind the two. Yusei pulls enough Tuners for Shooting Star's effect to finish off Bruno/Antinomy, but not quickly enough to get out of the black hole's path and both are swallowed. Yusei reassures Bruno that no matter what, he's a friend and Bruno sacrifices himself to give enough power to blast Yusei out the black hole and back to the Ark Cradle. Yusei gets back only to find Bruno's broken visor and breaks down. (148-150) Yusei and ZONE get their duel, flying between the Ark Cradle and Neo-Domino. As soon as either takes damage, they go flying and face crashing into buildings of either. As soon as this happens to ZONE, half his mask cracks and falls away, revealing the left side of his face is identical to Yusei's. Turns out then, that he isn't, but someone who recreated himself as Yusei to give people hope and failed. Then he summons a monster that guarantees 4000 points of damage. All the while, Yusei summons his friends' dragons one after another, ZONE takes them all out in the same manner, knocking Yusei down to a low number of life points and out of his D-Wheel. Falling towards Neo-Domino, the spirit of his father appears to him and bitchslaps him into fighting back. Yusei manages to get back into his D-Wheel and resume the duel, summoning Life Stream, rides into SPACE and then calling out every one of his other friends' dragons at once, (becoming Godsei gold in the process) and combines them into Shooting Quaser Dragon.
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Ancient Conspiracy: Yliaster of course. It starts out as a secret society that controlled civilizations and events from all over the world behind the scenes, with the intent of discovering the identity of the Signers. Later on, it becomes Z-One's tool to prevent the tragic future.
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Tournament Arc
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Tournament Arc: Two, the Fortune Cup and the upcoming Grand Prix, both of which are backed by Yliaster.
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Demonic Possession
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Demonic Possession: Rudger's spiders can do this, as can the Earthbound Gods, particularly when they are disappointed with their respective Dark Signer.
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Justified Trope
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Justified, as Andore's deck generally revovles around removing monsters from play and re-summoning them from the Removed From Play zone.
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Karmic Death: Divine. A shame they Never Found the Body. Afterwards Divine comes back only to be horrifically eaten by Misty's Earthbound God for killing her brother. He's one of the few characters to have two Karmic Deaths, only now he's Killed Off for Real. In Episode 64 it's stated that all those killed, except the Godwin brothers, have returned to life. A promotional book for the 10th anniversary movie indicates that Divine was also revived and is in jail.
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Art Shift
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Art Shift: During the puzzle and simulated riding duel from episodes 80 and 115, respectively, everything becomes Super-Deformed for some reason. Cue Chibi renditions of Bruno, Jeager, Aki, Crow, Jack, and Yusei.
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Half the Man He Used to Be
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Half the Man He Used to Be: Placido after losing his duel with Yusei, having been torn in half by Shooting Star Dragon..
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Rule of Symbolism
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Rule of Symbolism: Aporia summons Jose's, Placido, and Luciano's Machine Emperors in the reverse order of how he experienced the despairs of his life, symbolizing his letting go of each despair and going back to the hope he had before the world was ruined. [[spoiler:And then the final despair (Granel) catches up to him and makes him lose.
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Major Injury Underreaction
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One of the earliest examples, the end of episode 5. After all the Crimson Dragon disappears and Yusei and Jack come up from the wreckage. In the Japanese version, Yusei winces and looks at his arm, which is glowing with the Dragon Tail Birthmark. Silently, he pulls his glove up and his sleeve down to reveal that yes, it is coming from his arm. In the dub however, he's screaming his head off in pain from the burning on his arm. Completely opposite from the Major Injury Underreaction example in the following episode previously mentioned.
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Catch a Falling Star: In Episode 64, Jack and Crow, who have fallen from their bikes, begin to fall toward the sea when the magic road on which they were dueling disappears. Yusei, whose Saviour Star Dragon apparently also doubles as some kind of Signer aircraft, directs the SSD beneath his falling friends so that they fall into it (apparently it's part real and part hologram, too), and takes them to safety.
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Five-Man Band
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Five-Man Band: For the Dark Signer arc we have the villains... Big Bad: Rudger The Dragon: Kiryu The Brute: Demak and Bommer The Dark Chick: Misty and Carly The Sixth Ranger Traitor: Rex
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Ret-Gone
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Ret-Gone: Happens to Clark Smith, who doubles as an Asshole Victim for ordering the murder of Sherry's father. Placido literally wipes him out from existence. Momentum Express was never created and Clark Smith was never born. He also cheated when dueling Yusei.
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Monster Clown
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Monster Clown: Jaeger, assisted by his use of a clown-themed deck. Edge of the Uncanny Valley, indeed. His wife and child have the exact same appearance as he does.
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Artificial Stupidity
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Artificial Stupidity: The game's AI for Tag Force is very... hit or miss. This video shows a few examples. The AI in Tag Force 5 is intelligent, but it is too strict in the priority of the moves they make, and they may walk into a knowingly bad move just because it's programmed to do something. For example, if your opponent adds Marshmallon to their hands the turn before, and the enemy sets that monster on your ally's turn, they will hit the Marshmallon, not thinking it's a Marshmallon. Ditto for the World Championship games, where the AI will forgo a chance to win the duel with a monster effect in favor of just attacking.
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Can't Catch Up
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Can't Catch Up: Aki and Ruka are the only Signers not to receive an upgrade of sorts during the series run. Yusei and Jack acquire THREE different upgrades of their respective dragons. note (However, if Sin Stardust Dragon and Shooting Quasar Dragon are counted, as well as Cosmic Blazar Dragon from the alternate timeline, then Yusei rockets up to six.) Crow and Rua also get their own dragons once they become Signers, but considering Aki and Ruka already had their dragons at this point, the "upgrade" status is arguably not on the same tier.
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Bare Your Midriff
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Bare Your Midriff: Noticeable feature of Carly's Dark Signer outfit, as well as Kiryu's.
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Wild Card
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Wild Card: The player can be this in Tag Force, as he's not limited to using a specific type of deck.
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Black Cloak
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Black Cloak: All of the Dark Signers wear one. Kiryu donned one himself when he started to go psycho even before that. Aki, in her Black Rose Witch persona (although she only wears it onscreen twice).
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Transformation Sequence
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Transformation Sequence: Whenever someone starts a Riding Duel on the highway in the second season. Misty and Carly get brief ones. Also the Yliaster Trio gets one each for combining with their D-Wheels or Skateboards and for combining together as Aporia. Finally Bruno gets one to transform into Dark Glass.
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Orphan's Plot Trinket
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Orphan's Plot Trinket: Practically everyone from Satellite. But especially Yusei.
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Big Bad
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Team 5D's all suffer this when they told that the Big Bad's Doom Fortress is about to crash onto the city, killing everything within 30 miles. Then another (and it wouldn't be surprising the entire population watching joined in) when Zone's mask breaks away to show the left side of an aged Yusei's face.
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Big
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Big "OMG!": Crow gets one of these in his duel with Jaeger. Complete with Engrish. Non-canon example: the reaction to Sherry's Face–Heel Turn.
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Bat Family Crossover
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Bat Family Crossover: Yusei costars in a crossover special, a 10th anniversary movie for the whole franchise, that teams him up with Yugi and Judai/Jaden.
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Tragic Keepsake
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The Ark Cradle has two of these that references past events of 5D's. One is Z-one sitting on top of pile of junk similar to Yusei in the first opening to drive home how similar they are, including Z-one becoming Yusei. And the other is the Tragic Keepsake from Bruno/Antinomy to Yusei, which happens to be broken glasses, mirroring what happened between Jack and Carly in season 2.
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Chick Magnet
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Dude Magnet: Angie across all three World Championship games is seen tagging with a different boyfriend each time. There's even a sidequest in WC 2011 where her boyfriends from 2009 and 2010 Duel her and the player to try and win her back.
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Gambit Roulette
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The all-time franchise champion of this has to go to the Team Unicorn duel. First Jack gets flattened by Andre after Team 5D's falls victim to a Gambit Roulette, Aki puts up a better fight, but ends up being cornered into a loss, leaving Yusei with the task of defeating all three duelists, his deck being reduced to only three cards towards the end. He finally pulls through thanks to the large amount of effect monsters in his Graveyard, as well as some Worthy Opponent induced rashness on Jean's part. In fact, Yusei didn't have any cards left to draw after his last turn, and only won because Jean decided to try to win via defeating his monster instead of ending his turn and winning because of deck depletion.
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Mark of the Beast
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Mark of the Beast: Dark Signers, who are handily identified by their red facial markings and purple birthmarks. The Signers too, if you count the Crimson Dragon as a beast, except there are no facial markings and the birthmarks are red.
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Family-Unfriendly Death
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Family-Unfriendly Death: Placido getting ripped in half as he crashes in his duel with Yusei. He got better, though.
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Gecko Ending
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Gecko Ending: The dub removes everything after the end of Yusei's duel against the Three Emperors of Yliaster, eliminating the Arc Cradle storyline.
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The Only One Allowed to Defeat You
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The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: Signers versus their respective Dark Signer emotional counterparts.
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Took a Level in Badass
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Took a Level in Badass: Carly - who would have guessed that the Intrepid Reporter would have become the first female D-Wheeler? Rua. The kid manages to become a sixth Signer.
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Giant Spider
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Giant Spider: Jibakushin Uru, a big damn spider. Also the larger, bullet-proof version of Rudger's regular spiders.
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Evil Costume Switch
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(137) Yusei defeats Aporia and thinks the Ark Cradle is no longer a threat. Cue everyone's celebration cut short by the sky literally shittering and the Ark Cradle descending on Neo Domino City. Everyone is told that the Ark Cradle will collide with Neo Domino City in twelve hours and destroy it, causing massive panic and evacuation. The Ark Cradle is revealed to be the destroyed Neo Domino City turned upside down. Sherry contacts Yusei and is shown to have an Evil Costume Switch.
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Stay in the Kitchen
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Stay in the Kitchen: The three guys from episode 75, who go as far as detonate the support beams on some sort of metal tube storage to prevent Akiza from acquiring her D-Wheel driver's license. Thankfully, Jack beats them up in response, albeit off-screen.
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Last Episode Theme Reprise
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Last Episode Theme Reprise: The final episode features the opening theme for the last season.
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Foreshadowing
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Foreshadowing: Though not particularly subtle or anything. In Episode 29, it is predicted that one of the main cast will die soon. Sure enough, 9 episodes later. Carly . . . A slightly more subtle version appears in the second ending sequence, when Carly is inexplicably shown with the rest of the Dark Signers. At first it looks grossly out of place, but then... Not to mention the completed bridge in the last shot of the second ending. In the second OP and ED, Crow is routinely shown with the Signers. In some places, Rua is also shown with the Signers, and as it turns out, Signers + Rua and Crow are the seven people to fight the Dark Signers.
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: Yusei has crashed, been tasered, stabbed, beaten with vines, slammed into the ground... the list goes on. And yet, he consistently shakes it off and keeps going. How does one survives a close-range dynamite explosion AND a free-fall down a steep canyon? In episode 12, Yusei and Ushio fall down an elevator shaft for over a minute and land safely at the bottom with no forward momentum. Jack has taken several D-wheel spills that should have snapped his neck in two. Slightly subverted in that two instances of this land him in the hospital, and one puts him out of commission for the rest of a tag duel. Crow claims to break a couple of ribs in Episode 52 after a nasty fall, but they healed pretty quick, seeing as he never mentions it again, nor does he appear to suffer any pain at all after the initial comment. Averted though when he wipes out in episode 97 and actually breaks his arm. Although he is able to briefly battle Team Castrophoe in episodes 104 and 105, other than that, he is pretty much out of comission for over 15 episodes afterward. In episode 12, Yusei and Ushio fall down an elevator shaft for over a minute and land safely at the bottom with no forward momentum. Completely averted with Aki; one bad spill on her D-Wheel puts her in a coma.
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Time Travel
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Time Travel: The Infinity Device, which is capable of creating wormholes, useable for time travel. Illiaster intends to use the device to further their own schemes in guiding history on the correct path. Our Time Travel Is Different: The wormhole variety.
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Continuity Nod
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Continuity Nod: Many of the Hairstyles in World Championship resemble those of characters in the previous series.
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Unrealistic Black Hole
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Unrealistic Black Hole: The black hole Antionmy/Bruno creates during his duel with Yusei by blowing up the sun.
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Mr. Fixit
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Mr. Fixit: Yusei has built 3 D-Wheels comepletely out of salvaged parts from Satellite: The first one (White) was created after seeing one on TV. After Jack stole it in his bid at escaping Satellite, He created the second and current (Red) one (which is apprently named ''Yusei Go''). The third one was a prototype for Aki's Bloody Kiss, but Jack and Crow helped with that one. Not only that, but he also reverse engineered Rua's D-Board after being told about it overnight. After the Dark Signers arc, this appears to be his trade.
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Team Hand-Stack
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Team Hand-Stack: More of a Team Hand Bump, but Team 5Ds does this, especially in the last episode when they're affirming they'll always be connected, despite being apart from one another. Played straight in episode 96, and again in episode 134, in a flashback depicting Yusei, Jack, and Crow. Team Satisfaction also went down the Team Hand Bump way.
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Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette
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Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Although Rex Godwin has gray hair throughout most of the show, flashbacks that show him as a young man depict him with dark brown/black hair and pale skin.
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield: Speed World. The Speed World 2 card used in the WRGP Arc removes this function, sadly.
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Digital Piracy Is Evil
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Digital Piracy Is Evil: 4Kids and NAS are pretty thorough in the removal of any Yu-Gi-Oh! media on Youtube; until Yu-Gi-Oh! got their own channel and uploaded the complete 20 minute episodes there, rendering the former companies' efforts moot.
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It's Personal
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It's Personal: In episode 78, Luciano finds out that when you mess with one of the twins, the other one will open a can on you. (Or, at least, attempt to, but considering he had them pretty much in a no-win situation...)
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Overly Long Gag
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Card games on flying motorcycles IN SPACE.
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Samus Is a Girl
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Samus Is a Girl: Sherry, the helmeted D-Wheeler in the third season.
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Merchandise-Driven
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Merchandise-Driven: This show exists mainly to promote the card game.
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My God, What Have I Done?
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And since this is Yu-Gi-Oh!, after Crow and Aki defeat her, she goes My God, What Have I Done? and does a Heel–Face Turn.
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Trigger Phrase
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Trigger Phrase: What Divine uses on Aki to have her duel Misty without guilt or hesitation when she believed she was responsible for killing Misty's brother.
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Adaptation Dye-Job
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In an interesting example, Ushio - who is usually believed to be the playground bully Ushio from the original manga/Toei series - has black hair in 5Ds, but blue-tinted black hair in the Toei series. Considering what they did to Seto Kaiba's hair in the Toei animation, they may have done the same with his.
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Cool Sword
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Cool Sword: Placido's sword doubles as his Duel Disk, and can create some kind of inter-dimensional portal.
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Ascended Extra
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Ascended Extra: Ushio is the same Ushio who was Yami Yugi's very first opponent, making him around 30-40 years old in this series.
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Died in Your Arms Tonight
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Died in Your Arms Tonight: Carly dies in Jack's and Rally and Kiryu both in Yusei's arms. All three of them got better though. The third one happens to be sprinkled with Ho Yay Shoujo sparkles.
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Death Is Dramatic
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Death Is Dramatic:
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Red Eyes, Take Warning
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Red Eyes, Take Warning: Happens to Bruno when using his superhuman android abilities. Jack when he uses 'Burning Soul'. Inverted the first time Yusei and Jack duel in Episode 5; when the Crimson Dragon appears, both Yusei's and Jack's eyes turn red and glowy. Of course, nothing of the sort ever happens again.
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Combining Mecha
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Combining Mecha: The Machine Emperors. Wisel, Skiel, and Grannel are made up of five different monsters and can mix and match other monsters to gain new effects. It's not even limited to their own type, either, as Placido swipes a few of Skiel's cards from Luciano to power up Wisel. Placido, Jose and Luciano themselves can count as this.
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Meganekko
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Meganekko: Carly before her The Glasses Gotta Go and Face–Heel Turn moments. Her old glasses still have some relevance later. She gets them back after being revived.
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Muggle
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The Ark Cradle was like this at first, until it appeared for real in episode 137. Before then, Carly, despite being a Muggle, could see it by touching Jack, a Signer.
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Red Baron
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Red Baron: Several. The King of Riding Duels for Jack, The Shooting Star of Satellite for Yusei, Black Rose Witch for Aki's season one persona, Crow the Bullet for Crow and Shinigami for Kiryu.
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Chronic Hero Syndrome
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Chronic Hero Syndrome: Yusei. Up to the point that Z-One transforms himself into a Cyborg Copy of Yusei only to catch this syndrome, too. He fails though. Must have been due to only half of his face being a copy of Yusei's.
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Held Gaze
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Held Gaze: Aki and Yusei do this towards the end of Episode 154.
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Red Shirt
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Red Shirt: Demak. Even though he wears yellow, he's given little to no Backstory, and is only there so that Ruka and Rua can duel him and reclaim Ancient Fairy Dragon.
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Near-Villain Victory
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Near-Villain Victory: It's Yu-Gi-Oh, what did you expect? Subverted when Crow wipes the floor with a handful of Security Officers in about one turn. Later, Crow nearly loses to Dark Signer Bommer in a Shadow Duel. This gets infuriating when Yusei manages to win against Rudger in a duel when he was reduced to 50 lifepoints not long after the begining. To be fair, he's won many of his duels like that. Mostly in the first few episodes. Season Two finale. Rex first takes Crow's LP down to one and disables his bike, then does the same to Jack. He proceeds to take Yusei down to one without disabling his bike, and his victory appears imminent until Yusei summons Deus ex Machina - excuse me, I mean Savior Star Dragon, and does some fancy trap-activation with his friends' remaining cards on the field. Quite a few season three's duels are turning out this way. But special mention to Lotten's duel against both Yusei and Kiryu. Seriously, he wipes out ALL of Kiryu's life points on the first turn, with but one card keeping him alive. After that Kiryu and Yusei struggle to so much as defend themselves against him, before finally getting the upper hand using not only the all-too-common epic draws (not that Lotten was immune, see Gatling Ogre), but actually bluffing a few times and taking advantage of Lotten's dislike of gambling. The all-time franchise champion of this has to go to the Team Unicorn duel. First Jack gets flattened by Andre after Team 5D's falls victim to a Gambit Roulette, Aki puts up a better fight, but ends up being cornered into a loss, leaving Yusei with the task of defeating all three duelists, his deck being reduced to only three cards towards the end. He finally pulls through thanks to the large amount of effect monsters in his Graveyard, as well as some Worthy Opponent induced rashness on Jean's part. In fact, Yusei didn't have any cards left to draw after his last turn, and only won because Jean decided to try to win via defeating his monster instead of ending his turn and winning because of deck depletion.
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Off-Model
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The third ending had a scrolling shot that was redrawn just one episode after it debuted. While this is usually done to improve the art and correct instances of Off-Model, the characters actually looked worse post-redraw, and Yusei even inexplicably lost his Duel Disk, leaving his bare arm cocked at an odd angle. As far as the animation is concerned, the only character that came out of the sequence better looking is Ancient Fairy Dragon, who was redrawn completly so she didn't look scary. Ruka on the other hand... A comparison of both versions can be found here.
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My Horse Is a Motorbike
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My Horse Is a Motorbike: Inverted in the manga, in which the Skeleton Knight uses a horse instead of the motorcycles that everyone else uses while dueling.
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Rollerblade Good
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Rollerblade Good: It's pretty hard to notice, but Luciano is actually wearing blue rollerblades on his feet. He also introduces the D-Board, a special kind of skateboard that allows children to partake in watered-down, presumably (in theory) safer versions of Riding Duels. In episode 75, Yusei takes Aki to a roller-skating rink to teach her to find her center of balance. According to Yusei, learning to skate will somehow help Aki learn to ride a D-wheel.
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Taste the Rainbow
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Taste the Rainbow: Dark Signers. Seriously. They're even Colour-Coded for Your Convenience! As are their Earthbound Gods. The Signer Dragons, counting Life Stream Dragon, formed an incomplete rainbow in season 2 (in a flashback, each one shoots a beam of a different color except orange). Blackfeather Dragon, the sixth Signer Dragon, was represented by an orange energy when Yusei was against Z-one.
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The Masochism Tango
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The Masochism Tango: Although Yuusei and Aki are not officially in love/dating, there is an implied interest between them, and Aki spends most of her screentime prior to the third season kicking Yuusei's ass with tentacles, thorns, flying debris, and slams into the concrete worthy of a WWE wrestler.
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: Whenever an Earthbound God is summoned, particularly if the character is on the receiving end. Yusei gets one when he realizes that Breo is using a Deck Destruction Deck. Placido gets one after Yusei activates Shooting Star Dragon's effect that allows it to attack a number of times equal to the number of Tuners among the top 5 cards of his deck...AND ALL FIVE OF THEM ARE. That is not an Oh Crap moment. That is a flat-out OH shit moment. His face says it all.◊ Doesn't help any that he has this◊ coming after him! Team 5D's all suffer this when they told that the Big Bad's Doom Fortress is about to crash onto the city, killing everything within 30 miles. Then another (and it wouldn't be surprising the entire population watching joined in) when Zone's mask breaks away to show the left side of an aged Yusei's face.
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Enslaved Tongue
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Enslaved Tongue: Torunka is unwittingly affected by a Cursed Needle during his infiltration with Ruka, blurting out the truth when he intends to lie.
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Face–Heel Turn
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Face–Heel Turn: The player in Rudger's story in Tag Force 4.
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Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot
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Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Card games. On. MOTORBIKES. At one point they are falling down an elevator shaft while STILL PLAYING THE GAME! that's why D-Wheels have autopilot. Card games in space. Circling the sun. Card games on flying motorcycles. Card games on flying motorcycles IN SPACE. [[Run to prepare for the card game, before combining with your motorcycle to play the card game.
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Fridge Brilliance
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Jack Atlas never lost a duel in the two or so years he was King, making it an in-universe example. But this is Fridge Brilliance as revealed much later in the series,that Godwin was actually paying off strong duelists who could actually be a threat to him, such as Dragan.
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Loophole Abuse
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Loophole Abuse: Used in half of the Dark Signer duels. The Earthbound Immortals required their field spells to stay alive. The turbo duelists who used them used Speed World as their field spell which cannot be destroyed in a turbo duel, so their Earthbound Immortals weren't going anywhere easily.
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Jesus Taboo
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Jesus Taboo: Savior Star Dragon is renamed Majestic Star Dragon in the English dub; likewise with Savior Daemons' Dragon becoming Majestic Red Dragon and the Earthbound Gods being re-named the Earthbound Immortals. Godwin also became Goodwin, which is rather silly considering that Godwin is a real Anglo-Saxon name that's been around for a thousand years. The Polar Gods have been re-named "the Aesir" for the English-speaking World. However, this, like the Savior Dragons, this was a real life TCG name change that 4Kids mainly followed for consistency. The 4Kids preview of the Team 5Ds/Team Ragnarok battle does not stray away from addressing the Aesir as the Nordic Gods that they are. Although with 5Ds airing alongside the original Yu-Gi-Oh! and the Egyptian Gods, censorship at this point would be silly, to say the least.
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Duels Decide Everything: It is Yu-Gi-Oh after all. You can even duel the cops if you want to escape them. Justified to an extent since Neo Domino is literally powered by dueling.
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In fact, the MC decides to stay behind and commentate Yusei's duel with ZONE rather than flee the impending Colony Drop!
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Sixth Ranger Traitor
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The Sixth Ranger Traitor: Rex
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Good Morning, Crono
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Good Morning, Crono: Reverse of Arcadia and Over the Nexus begin with the player character awakening in their quarters. Most of the events in Tag Force as well.
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Gorgeous Gorgon
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Gorgeous Gorgon: Dark Signer Misty, even one of her monsters has the word "gorgon" in its name
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Take That!: In episode 43, Rua and Lua Leo and Luna give one of these against the peanut gallery, the group of the hero's friends that are always standing on the sidelines cheering them on.
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Rainbow Motif
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Rainbow Motif: The Dark Signers: Kiryu is blue, Carly is orange, Misty is green, Rudger is red, Demak (Jibakushin Cusillu) was yellow, and Bommer (Jibakushin Chacu Challhua) was indigo, and Rex (Jibakushin Wiraquocha Rasca) was violet.
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What Have I Become?
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What Have I Become?: Poor Carly felt bad about giving Divine a quick case of death.
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Empathic Weapon
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Empathic Weapon: The duel spirits in Ruka's deck qualifies and possibly D-Wheels themselves as they are powered by Momentum, which responds to people's hearts.
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Glowing Eyes of Doom
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Glowing Eyes of Doom:
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Fun with Acronyms
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Funwith Acronyms: Life Stream Dragon loves to be shorted to LSD for that reason.
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Demoted to Extra
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Demoted to Extra: Crow in World Championship. In 2010, He was suposed to be the fifth Signer, but was scrapped so the Player can become it instead. And in 2011, he is injured through most of the final chapter (Alongside everyone else, minus you, Yusei and Jack), forcing you to take his place. Also, Bruno, whose role is replaced by Misaki.
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Self-Insert Fic
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Self-Insert Fic: The entire game plot of both World Championship games is essentially the same as the anime with your character inserted. Mostly averted in Over the Nexus, which has you as a totally unrelated character from Crash Town with his/her own friends unique to the game. The final few chapters, though, force your character into Yusei's role like with the rest of the games.
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Aerith and Bob
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Aerith and Bob: Regular Japanese names (Yusei, Akiza) and western names (Jack, Carly, Sherry) appear alongside the likes of Sly, Divine, Nerve, Bommer and Blitz. It's unclear whether or not some of these are aliases, surnames or their actual given names.
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Victoria's Secret Compartment: Sherry sneaks a card inside her breasts in episode 93. We're given a very good look at it.
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Throwing the Fight: Rex Godwin paid off people who could possibly beat Jack while he was King to take a dive. Dragan of Team Ragnarok was one of these people, who revealed to Jack a good while after Godwin had already died, holding a grudge against both of them as he had to throw away his duelist pride for money.
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Cool Bike: The D-Wheels. Monowheel Mayhem: Jack Atlas's Wheel of Fortune and Dark Glass's Delta Eagle to an extent. Crow's can (briefly) fly, and Bommer's/Greiger's resembles a dragster more than a bike.
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Cool Mask: Aki's Black Rose mask. Too bad it breaks.
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Mirror Match
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Mirror Match: Jack's duel against a robot clone of himself with the exact same deck, including three Red Daemons' Dragons
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Costume Copycat: While not perfect, with minor details on his jacket, helmet, and motorcycle wrong, ZONE is this, complete with a helmet obscuring the half of his face that has the machine that gives him Yusei's skills and personality. The Fanbase has thus dubbed him affectionately as the 'Best Yusei Cosplayer Ever'
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Berserk Button: As seen by Crow, when all of the children get sacrificed by the Earthbound God thing. Slandering Jack's title of king, such as addressing him as "Former King", certainly counts as this.
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Compressed Adaptation: Story Mode in each of the World Championship series games adapts each season of the 5D's anime. Due to the player having little to no common backstory with the established cast and taking part in all the plot-important duels, several backstory-relevant conflicts are left out of the narrative. Over the Nexus ends at the defeat of Yliaster in the finale of the WRGP, and doesn't go into the Ark Cradle.
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Mikage, Kiryu, Aoyama, Takuya, and Dark Glass/Bruno all have blue hair. In an interesting example, Ushio - who is usually believed to be the playground bully Ushio from the original manga/Toei series - has black hair in 5Ds, but blue-tinted black hair in the Toei series. Considering what they did to Seto Kaiba's hair in the Toei animation, they may have done the same with his.
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Mind Screw: The end of Episode 93. To elaborate: Yusei, Bruno (who's been revealed to the audience as being a Ridiculously Human Robot), and Sherry get sucked into some sort of electronic plane where they're scanned by Z-One (at the time, just a mysterious figure) before getting spat back out quite a distance from where they were originally. Yusei's journey to Z-One's world qualifies. The Ark Cradle arc is being considered as this.
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Recap Episode: There are three so far sprinkled throughout the series, though each of them do introduce or foreshadow new plot threads.
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Invisible to Normals
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Invisible to Normals: Team Catastrophe was able to get away with their blatant cheating because Muggles can't see Hidden Knight Hook slashing at their opponents' tires. The Ark Cradle was like this at first, until it appeared for real in episode 137. Before then, Carly, despite being a Muggle, could see it by touching Jack, a Signer.
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Interrupted Suicide
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Interrupted Suicide: Z-One's sacrifice was effectively to stop Yusei suiciding to stop the Arc Cradle, which he called his "last duty".
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Light 'em Up
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Light 'em Up: Ruka's Ancient Fairy Dragon
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Subverted Trope
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Definitely Subverted with The Ark Cradle and the ruining future.
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New Powers as the Plot Demands: In episode 55 it was revealed that the Signers have the ability to temporarily steal the marks of other Signers to create a mark of the Crimson Dragon on their backs, which allows them to summon a Saviour version of their Signer dragon and have an otherwise impossible victory in a duel. Episode 64: If Crow weren't already powerful enough, he's definitely powerful now that he has gained status as a Signer. In episode 78 Rua is saved from falling by all the Signers using their marks to summon the Crimson Dragon and produce a bubble to allow Rua to escape uninjured.
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Big
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Big "NO!": The scene in 39 after Carly defeats (and kills) Divine. Episode 46, when Martha is sacrificed, although she gets better and again when Rally sacrifices himself to save Yusei. Also, in 142 when Rua sacrifices his life points to bring back Power Tool Dragon and Ancient Fairy Dragon, thus killing himself. Ruka's pained scream is so heartbreaking.
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Cute Little Fangs
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Cute Little Fangs: Crow, especially noticeable when animated by Kenichi Hara. Aporia has them too, buuuut...
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Jin Himuro and Tenzen Yanagi haven't been mentioned ever since the episode where the Signers all enter Satellite to battle the Dark Signers, and Rally, Blitz, Nervin, and Taka are never heard from again after Yusei saves them from the bowels of Rudger's Earthbound God. You'd think they'd stop existing once the series moved on. However, this was averted near the end of the series. In episode 150 and again in 151, during his final battle with the Big Bad Z-ONE, Yusei briefly remembers all the people depending on him, and all 6 of the people mentioned above are included. Rally, Blitz, Nervin, and Taka also make a quick cameo in the final episode, watching in awe as Yusei speeds by in his final Riding Duel with Jack. They even get a speaking role!
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Boom, Headshot!: This + Ramming Always Works = How Yusei and Savior Star Dragon first defeat Wisel. Complete with a full view of it with head completely blown off. Observe.
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Otaku
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Otaku: Carly, glasses-wearing stereotype aside, when it's shown that she collects Duel Monsters figures. She pulls a figure of the Black Magician Girl from her bag and trades it (to the otaku owner of an otaku-oriented shop) for documents about the Arcadia Movement.
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Hope Spot
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Hope Spot: When Yusei tries to Accel Synchro, but thanks to Placido's Hannibal Lecture, he loses his nerve, and the summoning fails. Thankfully said failure is only temporary. A brutal one is when Z-One, after literally changing who he was to think, look, and act just like Yusei and managing to start saving the World bit by bit, has everyone he's ever saved or known die horribly or fall to their death because he couldn't do enough before a Zero Reverse happened.
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Squee!
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Compare Majestic Star Dragon and its appearance in episode 129 with every other episode featuring it. AWESOME.
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Tengu
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Someone on Janime Forums pointed out that Crow's full name as given in the third season ending, "Crow Hogan," may be a play on words from the important Japanese historical figure Minamoto no Yoshitsune, who had a title that romanizes as "Hogan". According to legend, Yoshitsune was trained in swordmanship by a Tengu, a Japanese crow-demon.
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Final-Exam Boss: The final boss of WC 2010 is challenged in a Riding Duel, Tag Duel, and then a standard Duel. Fortunately, you get opportunities to save between each.
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Biker Babe
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Biker Babe: Sherry LeBlanc, who even has long blonde hair to fully maximize the Samus Is a Girl moment. And having just gotten her license in Episode 75, Aki counts, too. Carly counts, even if it was for only two episodes, she was the first female D-Wheeler.
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Nice Hat: Saiga's cowboy hat, as well as Jack's feathered hat in 73. Not exactly a hat, but you have to give Crow props for his incredibly geeky work helmet and goggles in Season Three. Time Skip Ruka. It's cute.
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Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Every single freaking duel Sherry had in the WRGP. Namely beating teams of three with only two riders, and heavily implied to beat all of them on her own. One of the off-screen duels during the Fortune Cup was a dueling psychologist with a Freudian Complex Deck against a profiler who specifically creates his Decks to play with the minds of his opponents. Granted, the former was required to lose on purpose as part of Goodwin's plan, but it still would have been cool to see... In Z-One's timeline, Yusei apparently played a tag-team tournament with Aki and Mukuro. Why did Yusei choose Aki over Jack and Crow? How did Yusei grow to trust Mukuro so much? Did Aki get over her Chickification? How much stronger did Mukuro become, to be placed in Yusei's pedigree? We'll never know. In episode 152, Jack defeats Kiryu, Bommer and Sherry all offscreen to build up to his rematch with Yusei.
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Intentional Engrish Forfunny In Episode 14, Lua tells Tenpei that Yusei has "cusmatised" his Duel Disk. He repeatedly mispronounces it, in spite of being repeatedly told that the word he wants is "customised." Crow's guilty, too: in Episode 32, while telling the story of the Daedalus Bridge, two of his orphaned boys start picking on one of his girls. To stop them, he tells them "you guys lack a little something called 'delivery' around a girl's feelings," only to have the wind taken out of his sails when Blitz points out that Crow means "delicacy." And as of episode 86, "Wan Tahn, Sree Keel" is starting to gain popularity.
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Shout-Out: Numerous. Other than the nods to previous series, there are apparent nods to, among many, many other things, The DC Universe, Sailor Moon, Street Fighter, Final Fantasy, Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, Trigun, Eyeshield 21 and even (hold your breath) Real Life. Rua's Deformer cards are pretty blatant shout-outs to Transformers. Rua uses alot of cards with references to popular childrens anime as a base. Deformer Chakkan is pretty obviously a reference to "Golden Warrior Gold Lightan". In an interesting example, there have been several one-shot characters whose designs are clearly taken from the Toei Yu-Gi-Oh! series, the 1998, 27-episode "Yu-Gi-Oh: Shadow Games" (commonly known in fandom as "Season Zero"). GaoGaiGar gets its fair share of shout-outs. In the dub episode with FAKE!JACK, before REAL!JACK used his last attack, he says "It's time for the real Jack Atlas to stand up". The origin is an old game show To Tell The Truth, which Eminem was referencing. Heck, there's even a reference to Mobile Suit Gundam 00. The design of Seven Swords Warrior is very similar to the 00 Raiser's design, except without the main-section of the 0 Raiser (the part where Saji usually sits with the Red Haro). Its name alone is a reference to both Exia and 00 Raiser's upgrades (though the latter only appeared in the manga sidestories): the Seven Swords System. Seven Swords Warrior seems, however, to be using a mix between Exia's swords and 00 Raiser's swords, most notably Exia's two extra physical swords and the 00 Raiser's GN Buster Sword II. Speaking of Gundam, Katsumi Ono (the director of 5D's) has said that Yusei turning gold during the Delta Accel Synchro summon came from G-Gundam's hyper mode. Jack's got the need. The need for speed. There's a good one lost completely by the Dub Name Change of Bomber to Greiger. During his duel with Crow, he activates a trap called Basara. It sacrifices a monster, turns said monster into fire and the monster destroys another and deals 800 damage. It cannot be coincidence that Fire, Bomber, and Basara came up altogether in one play. During the duel between Yusei and Kiryu vs. Lotten in Crash Town, Kiryu's use of Infernity Death Gunman, including his dialogue and how he manipulates Lotten, are a clear reference to Dirty Harry. Them being in a Wild West setting probably helps.
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Horned Hairdo: Andore of Team Unicorn has, what a shocker, a horn shaped bang of hair shooting up from his head.
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Bait-and-Switch Credits: Not as a whole, but there was one tiny bit in the 2nd version of the Dark Signer Arc opening, when it showed Jack and D-Carly facing off in a Ground Duel. As anyone who actually saw the Duel will know, this wasn't the case. Despite being shown in silhouette alongside Wisel and Skiel in the third opening, Jose's Machine Emperor (Grannel) never shows up during the episodes it plays for. In addition, the last shot depicts Yusei, Crow and Jack wearing WRGP outfits, Aki and Ruka dressed in cheerleader uniforms and Rua with a blue outfit on. It noticeably doesn't acknowledge Aki learning how to drive a D-Wheel and temporarily substituting for Crow on the team, and Bruno showing up and joining the pit crew along with Aki, Ruka, and Ruka. And best of all, none of the main characters even wear the outfits pictured! The fourth opening and ending songs depict Life Stream Dragon, Rua's Signer Dragon, along with the other Sgner Dragons although it wasn't entirely clear at the time. It doesn't appear at all during the fourth opening and ending songs' run, and only appears during the run of the fifth and final opening and ending songs, which actually switch back to showing Rua's Power Tool Dragon, the "armor" of Life Stream Dragon, so-to-speak, instead.
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Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!
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(148-150) Yusei and ZONE get their duel, flying between the Ark Cradle and Neo-Domino. As soon as either takes damage, they go flying and face crashing into buildings of either. As soon as this happens to ZONE, half his mask cracks and falls away, revealing the left side of his face is identical to Yusei's. Turns out then, that he isn't, but someone who recreated himself as Yusei to give people hope and failed. Then he summons a monster that guarantees 4000 points of damage. All the while, Yusei summons his friends' dragons one after another, ZONE takes them all out in the same manner, knocking Yusei down to a low number of life points and out of his D-Wheel. Falling towards Neo-Domino, the spirit of his father appears to him and bitchslaps him into fighting back. Yusei manages to get back into his D-Wheel and resume the duel, summoning Life Stream, rides into SPACE and then calling out every one of his other friends' dragons at once, (becoming Godsei gold in the process) and combines them into Shooting Quaser Dragon.
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Dub Text: Perhaps most evident in Episode 31, where Carly tells Jack to "get back to the hotel" instead of telling him he can't be out on his own when he's barely healed. Also from Episode 31: "You have any good ideas?" "Just one, but if this don't work out, maybe we should get a room in Security tonight!" (Yusei and Crow, respectively.) This line has absolutely nothing to do with the original Japanese, where Yusei simply asks Crow if he's all right after taking a direct hit from their opponents. The dub of Episode 72 plays up Sherry's duel with Yusei as a kind of metaphor for sex. Aki's musings over Yusei's interactions with Sherry also sound like jealousy. Episode 93 has Trudge ask "Yusei, would it be okay if [Bruno] shacked up at your place just a little bit longer?" In episode 99, when Jack is being carted off to the hospital after his crash, Yusei tells Mikage, Carly, and Stephanie that Jack may need mouth-to-mouth, much to their delight. Please note that this was deifinitely not in the Japanese version, and that although Jack crashed, he was still talking just fine. There are also many, many non-sexual examples of this trope, far too many to list.
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Triang Relations: Type III, Mikage loves Jack, Carly loves Jack, Jack loves dueling. Although Jack did love Carly later on the Dark Signers arc, as much as trying to be together in death... but they hadn't much time to cherish it, and after the arc, neither bothered to pursue their feelings again. In some filler episodes, besides dueling, ramen and / or coffee could also be tied in Jack's case.
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Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: After wiping out from his duel with Kiryu Yusei winds up with a piece of his D-Wheel impaled in his gut. This is changed to him having internal bruising in the dub, though they did miss a blink and you'll miss it shot of some blood pooling on Crow's backseat from his wound.
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Magic Skirt
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Magic Skirt: Sherry's skirt in episode 93. How this thing was able to cover anything during her fighting sequence, the world will never know.
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Dude Looks Like a Lady: Rally. Except in the Latin American Variant where he's turned into a she.
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Power Trio: Yusei, Jack, and Aki, according to Godwin. As well as Yusei, Jack, and Crow, as not only the remaining members of Team Satisfaction, but also when they play a 3 vs 1 duel against the last Dark Signer. Yusei, Jack, and Crow also fit in that following Episode 64, they are the three male Signers, as well as being the Signers with the most important birthmarks thus far. The third opening focuses heavily on Yusei, Jack, and Crow in a pair of three, as well as Aki and the twins as another three.
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Taking You with Me
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Taking You with Me: Rudger detonates his left arm to send Yusei falling into the depths of Old Momentum. Sore loser.
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Teleporters and Transporters
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Teleporters and Transporters: The three Yliaster members can teleport from point A to point B It was implied when Dark Glass teleported ahead very quickly with Accel Synchro, and was later shown to be true when Yusei achieved it, suddenly sending him from the highway to the crash site of another odd object from space
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It's Up to You
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It's Up to You: While it has become standard for the player to be the one involved in all the important Duels, the trope becomes exaggerated with the WRGP duels in WC 2011. The player must sweep through the remaining opposition for their team, even in instances where there is a third member who could pick up their slack should they be defeated.
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Hard Work Hardly Works
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The moral of the Team Taiyou Duel is that even though you might start with nothing, if you think smart, fight together, and work hard to achieve the impossible, you will... still lose to people with better cards than you. But at least you'll be well-remembered.
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Word of God
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A major subplot in Season 1 involved Akiza's psychic powers and the Arcadia Movement, a group of psychic duelists bordering on a cult run by the manipulative Divine, who is later revealed to have killed several people while trying to bring out their abilities, including Misty's younger brother. Akiza's psychic powers are largely ignored outside of physically manifesting monsters, and abruptly disappear mid-season in time to bench her against Team Catastrophe, and only return near the series conclusion with little explanation. The Arcadia Movement itself is never brought up again, despite Divine apparently surviving being eaten by Ccarayhua and currently sitting in jail.
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?
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Did You Just Make Cthulhu Your Bitch?: Jack faces off against the "Crimson Devil", and ends up making it into his newest card, Scar-Red Nova Dragon.
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Letting Her Hair Down
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Letting Her Hair Down: Inverted with Aki; when her Power Limiter hairband falls out and lets her bangs down, it's because she's upset and unable to control herself. Sherry at the very end Episode 71. and onward. Until the moment when she lets her hair out of her helmet, her duel with Yusei is deadly serious - but from that point forward, she's taken on a slightly playful air, but Sherry's default mode still seems to be deadly serious.
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Spoiler Opening: The first opening and ending spoils Yusei getting a marker and hinting his imprisonment and him getting Stardust back. Averted in the second and third opening and endings, but the fourth opening spoilers Yusei learning Accel Synchro and Jack's new power. The fifth opening reveals There's still one more member of the Illiaster crew - and one more Infinity monster to be revealed. The fourth opening does it again by revealing Granel in the episode it appears, before it actually shows up The Animation for Ending 4 ("Close to You") ends with a shot of Jack, Crow and Yusei on their D-Wheels with the Signer Dragons flying behind them. All six of them, that is. Including Rua's Life Stream Dragon, which didn't appear until halfway through the time Opening 5 ran for. And then Opening 5 also reveals Life Stream Dragon before it even appears in the anime, yet Ending 5 only shows Power Tool Dragon.
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Futuristic Superhighway
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Futuristic Superhighway: Duel Monsters has become so ingrained into society that there are entire separate lanes built onto highways for people who want to play card games on motorcycles.
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Serial Escalation: This can be said for the whole franchise but 5Ds in particular regularly escalates to make the other series look positively dull in comparison. Card Games on Motorcycles aside, that is the least interesting thing when compared to evil Nazca Lines deities rampaging through the city, Old Western standoffs with guns that turn into Duel Disks, robots playing card games on Motorcycles and proceeding to fuse with their motorcycles, card games on motorcycles IN A SIMULATION OF SPACE around a sun which explodes into a supernova, creating a Black Hole, or a giant flying machine man with a huge deck and detached Robot Hands playing a children's card game with a man riding a FLYING motorcycle with red phoenix wings and performing a technique that doesn't exist (not even 200 years later in an advanced future) and actually flying into outer space (and still breathing) to summon his greatest ace monster while a giant, floating citadel from the future drops slowly towards the ground. That's not even a quarter of the over the top stuff that this series has to offer. At the end of the series, in a 'normal' Riding Duel like the last duel between Yusei and Jack, a friendly duel with no one's life on the line, Yusei rides alongside walls, dodges huge air fans, and jumps an incredibly large pool of liquid magma without missing a beat or fear of death when he didn't even have to. The very last shot of the series is of Yusei riding his motorcycle into the sky (except now it CAN'T fly.) Even when the show tries to be tame, it's still wildly over the top
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Gun Twirling: Yusei does this to his revolver-shaped duel disk in the Crashtown arc. But since the gun can't shoot bullets safety isn't an issue.
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Lighter and Softer
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Lighter and Softer: Compared to the Dark Signer Arc, the W.R.G.P. Arc seems to be shaping up to be this. Its been subverted more recently lately, as much of the lighter and softer elements were a facade for what might be disaster far worse than Old Momentum, or what Rex Godwin tried to accomplish. Episode 117 supports this. Definitely Subverted with The Ark Cradle and the ruining future.
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Screw Destiny
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Screw Destiny: Jack doesn't believe in destiny, and this is embodied by his card Change Destiny. In Episode 58, Crow's statement to Yusei that he doesn't believe destiny is responsible for all that's happened, and that "if I had any destiny, it was in meeting you!" (an alternate translation of this line is "my only destiny was meeting you.")
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Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Crow and Kiryu in Chapter 2 WC 2010 go through one after Team Dirty Works attemps to kidnap Itsuki.
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Anti-Villain
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Anti-Villain: After Carly's Super-Powered Evil Side wore off, she pretty much had a mental breakdown over what she did to Divine. Z-ONE and his friends, type II and III
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Badass Longcoat: Jack is the requisite long-coat wearer for the series, though he also spends a good deal of time in his riding suit. Kalin acquired one prior to episode 86. One of his monsters, Infernity Death Gunman, also qualifies for this trope.
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Uncanny Family Resemblance: Yusei looks exactly like his father, Dr. Fudo, only with slightly less hair, and highlights.
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Monowheel Mayhem
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Monowheel Mayhem: Jack Atlas's Wheel of Fortune and Dark Glass's Delta Eagle to an extent.
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Mundane Made Awesome
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Mundane Made Awesome:The show has a hefty dosage of this trope, yet conducts all of the insanity that crops up in a completely straight-faced, almost deadpan manner. For example, in the World Championship games, you can set any card in your deck to be your "Key Card". Doing this does... Nothing, except add some nice effects when you use that card. Problem is, it can be ANY card. So, thunderbolts fall, and the whole field gets dark as you summon your ultimate card, the most destructive thing in the entire game: Kuriboh. Setting a card in your deck as a key card does have a small purpose: A small bonus in Dual Points whenever the card is used in a match. You will either think that Aporia's introduction is either cool, or the most ridiculous fucking thing ever. Also his D-Wheel looks like a cat's face.
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Incendiary Exponent: When Jack uses his 'Burning Soul' powers for the first time, not only does his hand catch fire but when he Synchro Summons, the Tuning Rings catch fire as well.
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Blasphemous Boast: Rex who claimed to be the ultimate god, with both the Signer and Dark Signer powers within him.
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Ban on Magic
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Ban on Magic: One of the many things known about the Bad Future is that Synchro Summoning is outlawed. It was too little, too late in stopping Momentum from going out of control.
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Writing Around Trademarks: The name of Jack's Duel Runner translates to "Wheel of Fortune" in the original Japanese. This was not legal to broadcast in America due to the existence of a game show of the same name, so it was changed to "Phoenix Whirlwind" for the dub.
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The Unpronounceable
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The Unpronounceable: The Earthbound Gods/Immortals: Uru, Cusillu, Ccapac Apu, Aslla Piscu, Ccarayhua, Chacu Challhua and Wiraqocha Rasca.
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TheDarkChick
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The Dark Chick: Misty and Carly
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Last Request: Bruno/Antinomy begs Yusei to save Z-One and the future right before he sacrifices his life to save Yusei from the Black Hole.
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Friendship Moment
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Friendship Moment: Since friendship is one of its main themes, its no surprise this happens a lot. The king of this trope is pretty much the entire last episode, where it's so heartwarming that you might burn up from the friendly love.
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Blank White Void
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Blank White Void: Z-One resides in one of these.
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Vitriolic Best Buds
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Vitriolic Best Buds: Jack and Crow appear to be this in times of peace, with Jack's "holier than thou" attitude and Crow's loud sharp tongue, but it when comes down to it, they're the best of friends along with Yusei, who plays the middleman in their antics.
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Our Dragons Are Different
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Our Dragons Are Different: To the extent that the title logo dragon is the physical embodiment of a pre-Incan pseudo-pagan star god.
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Scarf of Asskicking
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Scarf of Asskicking: Several of Yusei's cards wear scarves, most notably Junk Warrior.
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The Magic Goes Away: With the city permanently safe, and the main characters all having one last goodbye on the road, the Crimson Dragon removes the birthmarks and flies away, its duty fulfilled.
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Reset Button: All of the Dark Signers in the season two finale, excluding Rex and Rudger, as they were resurrected and brought back with no memories of their time as Dark Signers. Or maybe not, as Kiryu still remembers...
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Kodo Kinomiya tried to do this to Aki. It didn't take.
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Sixth Ranger
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Leo/Rua becomes the official Sixth Ranger with the sixth Signer Dragon and sixth birthmark in Episode 142.
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Action Hero
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Action Hero: Yusei briefly goes Street Fighter on a couple of guards in one episode. Jack also seems to have a penchant for beating people up.
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Anime Hair
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Jack's overall attitude and dress make him look like Kaiba given a blonde Anime Hair makeover. Funnily enough, Jack's main divergences from Kaiba are his hotbloodedness and shades of Idiot Hero... places where he also diverges from Yusei. Add in the fact that they both love their Dragons, and Yusei and Jack together a very close Expy of Kaiba.
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Arc Welding
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Arc Welding: A first for the franchise, and done pretty well. The final story arc reveals that Paradox from the movie is a servant of Z-one along with Aporia and Bruno, and the four are the leaders of Yliaster and thus the ones responsible for Zero Reverse, the splitting of the cities, and (indirectly) the rise of the Dark Signers. And just with Aporia himself, the Diablo army, the WRGP, and the Jack Atlas clone, are all schemes to speed up the completion of their Infinity Circuit so Z-one can cross over into the past.
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Cue the Sun
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Cue the Sun: Happens right after the final fight in the Dark Signer final. And again as the Ark Cradle disappears.
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Ship Tease
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Ship Tease: The ending of pretty much every single female character's storyline in the Tag Force games.
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Cat Fight
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Cat Fight: A three-way between Mikage, Carly, and Stephanie.
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Hands-On Approach
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Hands-On Approach: A little when Yusei takes Aki rollerskating as part of Riding Duel training. Lampshaded by the twins:
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Shonen Hair
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Shonen Hair: Crabhead, er Yusei, being the most obvious example. Though it's only moderately ridiuclous by Yu-Gi-Oh standards. Even though he's an adult, Jin Himuro gives him a run for his money with his thorny, Statue of Liberty sea urchin look.
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Despair Event Horizon
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Despair Event Horizon: Aporia had a particularly bad past, he crossed this three times. Shouting DESPAIR at the main characters is practically his catch phrase now. Observe.
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Bad Future
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Bad Future: At the start of the show, set at least 17 years after the ending of GX the Domino City of the original series has been ripped literally apart into two separate landmasses, with strong social end econeomical divides between them. "The satellite", the neighbourhood Yugi used to live in in the original series, has become a derelict slum. After season 1, things gradually start improving. From the point of view of the main cast in this series the future that ZONE, Bruno/Antinomy, Paradox and Aporia came from is a total apocalypse because of what Momentum did.
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Urban Segregation: Neo Domino is the ritzy, upper class half of the city while Satellite is a slum and Dystopia.
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Bad-Guy Bar
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Bad-Guy Bar: The bar Yusei must go to in episode 11, and the bar Ramon is seen in 86 qualifies.
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Pass the Popcorn
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Pass the Popcorn: In the English dub of episode 23, Jack and Godwin watch Yusei get pounded by Aki when Jeager/Lazar makes the comment "I'll get the popcorn" during the Fortune Cup. Doubles as Filling the Silence because he didn't speak during that scene in the Japanese version
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Protagonist Power-Up Privileges: Yusei and Jack have no less than three alternate forms of their Signer Dragons, while only one other signer (Rua/Leo) has one, and then only one. Yusei eventually fuses the other five Signer Dragons into "Shooting Quasar Dragon", an evolution of his own Signer Dragon.
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Hannibal Lecture
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Hannibal Lecture: Placido gives one to Yusei, to prevent Yusei from achieving the Clear Mind necessary to Accel Synchro. It's only effective for 1 episode.
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Last of His Kind
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Last of His Kind: Jose is the last human remaining in his timeline It's actually Z-One when Jose [actually his true form Aporia], Bruno/Antinomy and Paradox died, then he becomes God. The title of episode 146 is 'The Last Human: ZONE'.
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Dub Name Change
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Dub Name Change: Inverted/Averted in WC 2011, who keeps Team Satisfaction and Team Ragnarok's names as is. The former were called by their dub name (The Enforcers) in WC 2010, and the latter hadn't appeared in the dub at the time of the game's release.
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Made of Explodium
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Made of Explodium: Aporia explodes magnificently after his first defeat and crashes into the ocean.
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Combat Stilettos
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Combat Stilettos: Placido's boots are justified; their design allows Placido's feet to connect more easily to his D-Wheel when they combine.
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Cast Full of Pretty Boys
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Cast Full of Pretty Boys: All of the TF only characters.
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Disguised in Drag
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Disguised in Drag: Preteen fraternal twin Rua dresses as his sister in order to take her place in the Fortune Cup.
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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking
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Arson Murder And Jay Walking: Lazar breaks into the trio's garage, steals their new engine program, and eats Jack's ramen. How dastardly.
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Godwin's Law
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Godwin's Law: Played for a joke in the fandom, then actually executed with Rex Godwin when he becomes a Dark Signer.
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Not Quite Dead
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Not Quite Dead: Played straight many times over.
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Family-Friendly Firearms
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Family-Friendly Firearms: The sound of bullets being fired will often be changed to sound more like lasers. Sometimes bullets will be recolored as well. Episode 25 recolors the Mook's guns green, which is at least better than making them invisible.
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Ridiculously Human Robots
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Ridiculously Human Robots: Bruno/Antinomy is capable of sleeping, eating, emotions even bleeding at one point and you wouldn't think he is a robot until you saw his focus episodes and backstory. Aporia is a played with example. He doesn't look human at all, but he's displayed quite human emotions. He reverts back to a stoic voice and stance in his duel with Jack, Rua and Ruka only to go back to being emotional in the middle of the duel.
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The Hero
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Bruno bears a rather stunning physical resemblance to Johan Andersen, also from GX, and develops a similar relationship with The Hero (that being, Ho Yay Love at First Sight).
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DVD Bonus Content
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DVD Bonus Content: The DVDs (Japan only) contain concept character sketches and the final DVD is slated to have more scenes added to the final episode.
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The Chew Toy
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The Chew Toy: Speed Warrior, particularly in the first season, gets destroyed nearly every time it's played. In the Duel with Bommer alone, it got destroyed three times.
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Reconstruction
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Reconstruction: Returns to playing tropes straight that were played with in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.
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Expy
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Expy: Sly is a mini version of Manjoume from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX. Bommer is a good guy version of Bandit Keith. He tries to the kill the Big Bad, has a Machine deck and is later resurrected in a twisted way. Heitmann is a throwback to Chronos De Medici, in both attitude and the deck he plays (Ancient/Antique Gears, which were used by Chronos against Juudai during his entrance exam duel). They're even played by the same voice actor in the dubs. Bruno bears a rather stunning physical resemblance to Johan Andersen, also from GX, and develops a similar relationship with The Hero (that being, Ho Yay Love at First Sight). Jack's overall attitude and dress make him look like Kaiba given a blonde Anime Hair makeover. Funnily enough, Jack's main divergences from Kaiba are his hotbloodedness and shades of Idiot Hero... places where he also diverges from Yusei. Add in the fact that they both love their Dragons, and Yusei and Jack together a very close Expy of Kaiba. Sherry could be a Gender Flipped version of Edo Phoenix, being a badass Well-Intentioned Extremist out to avenge her parents' murder. Brave could be an expy of Crow from the same series, having many character traits in common. To the point where it seems like they're actually twins Separated at Birth. So is it just me that thinks that Aki looks like a certain terrorist mecha pilot with longer bangs.
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Nerf
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Nerfed: Wiraqocha Rasca, titled as the strongest Earthbound God is actually one of the most useless Eartbounds cards in real life and part of this is due to its signature HP to 1 effect removed. The TCG does this to many cards whose anime effects might be construed as "over powered", such as Black Rose Dragon, Scar-Red Nova Dragon, or Polar God Thor, although rarely it will be inverted, such as with Blue Rose Dragon and Shooting Quasar Dragon.note While it loses one of its extra attacks per turn in the TCG, it does have its extremely situational effects, which are good for countering the Temporal Machine Gods and almost nothing else, replaced with a very powerful and applicable effect-negation skill.
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Talking to the Dead
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Talking to the Dead: Crow does this apparently often, as he visits the grave of his mentor, Pearson, who was the original owner of his D-Wheel, the Black Bird, and his Black Feather deck as well the previous owner of Black Feather Dragon.
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Laser-Guided Amnesia
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Laser-Guided Amnesia: Inflicted to the resurrected Dark Signers and the entire population of Neo Domino City (with a few expections) (much to Carly's annoyance). Kiryu somehow avoids this, as does Bommer. Also occurs to the students at Duel Academy after Luciano's duel with the twins.
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Ham-to-Ham Combat
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Ham-to-Ham Combat: Jaeger versus Crow. My god. I believe you actually mean "HO MAH GAAAAAAAAAWD!!!"
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Improbable Hairstyle
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Improbable Hairstyle: It's Yu-Gi-Oh. What do you think? Possibly lampshaded in the PSP Game Tag Force 4, if you give Yusei Hair Gel, he actually states that he will use it sometime.
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Rousseau Was Right
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Rousseau Was Right: This is a Yu-Gi-Oh! series after all and they all usually go to this direction. The antagonists in the second half of the show turn out to just be guys wanting to prevent a bad future from happening, even if they are unaware of the consequences of their actions on what they do to the past.
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Me's a Crowd
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Me's a Crowd:
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Big Damn Heroes
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Big Damn Heroes: When a group of kids are about to be sacrificed to Rudger's Earthbound God and Yusei can't do anything about it, Jack comes barreling over a pile of debris to save them, belittling the Earthbound God all the while. At the end of the Crashtown arc, just as the bad guys start saying Screw The Rules, I Have Hostages, Jack and Crow show up outta frickin' nowhere with the police in tow. The result is the (temporary) rebirth of Team Satisfaction. Dark Glass in Episode 107, saving Yusei from the Diablo. The MC pulls this in episode 148, staying behind in New Domino City as the Arc Cradle is in the middle of falling on it in order to commentate on the Card Games on FLYING Motorcycles so the civillians who understandably wanted to watch could continue running for their lives while still knowing what's going on.
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Bonus Boss
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The four clones of yourself in 2009. Four back to back duels and your Life Points carry over. Carried over in similar fashion for 2010 but thankfully they are Bonus Bosses.
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Blow You Away
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Blow You Away: Yusei's Stardust Dragon
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Technician vs. Performer
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Technician vs. Performer: Jack vs. Yusei. Except that Jack, while being the perfectionist, is also a natural crowd-pleaser, and the two are arguably of equal skill.
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All Bikers Are Hells Angels
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All Bikers Are Hells Angels: Trudge's deck in the third arc has a number of "Stygian"-themed cards in addition to his old feudal Japanese themed ones, which sport designs like a demonic rider on a motorcycle.
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Redemption Equals Death
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Redemption Equals Death: Kiryu is made out to be completely insane, but by the end of his final duel with Yusei, it becomes clear that his hatred for Yusei is due to a series of unfortunate misunderstandings. Of course, he still has to die. Rex and Rudger Godwin. In Episode 64, following Rex's defeat, he and Rudger meet Yusei in starspace, at which point Rex tells his brother they have "chosen the wrong path" and, instead of being revived with the other Dark Signers, they walk together into the afterlife. Antinomy or rather, Bruno, reconciled with and saved Yusei's life while a Black Hole was sucking up everything, and told Yusei that his time with Team 5Ds was not only the best time of his life, but how it gave him hope that they would do the impossible and save the future right before he died.
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Rival Turned Evil
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Rival Turned Evil: Kiryu Kyosuke was the Yusei's best friend as the leader of Team Satisfaction, but he got too excited by the whole conquering-Satellite deal. When he tried to duel all of Security and ended up killing one of them, leading to a situation where he believed that Yusei had turned him into the police, Yusei's and Kiryu's friendship got shot to hell. Kiryu died in prison bearing thoughts of revenge toward Yusei for supposedly turning him in, becoming a Dark Signer. This actually happens to Jack a few times. He first drifted apart from Yusei and then going as far as to put Rally's life in danger so that he could steal Stardust Dragon and Yusei's D-Wheel to become King and forgot about his life in Satellite. Then he turns into a Dark Signer during Carly's Lotus-Eater Machine but quickly snaps out of it. And then there's a variation with a Jack robot in season three. To top it all off, his manga counterpart may or may not qualify depending on how much Yusei and Jack's relationship has changed in the Alternate Universe.
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Engrish
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Engrish:
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Ninja Log
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Ninja Log: Jaeger pulls this trick when Crow tries to lasso him in episode 43.
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Evil Hand
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Evil Hand: Rudger's right arm (with his Dark Signer birthmark) just before he decides to cut the left one off, with his Signer birthmark, and give it to Rex, and we all saw how well THAT turned out...
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Evil Plan
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Oh yeah, and it's also part of his secret season-long Evil Plan to eliminate the other Dark Signers and consolidate the powers of the Earthbound Gods and Crimson Dragon for himself so he can become a god.
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Evil Twin
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Evil Twin: Jack briefly has one. Technically, it's an evil robot twin created by Yliaster.
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Colour Coded Characters: Played around with a bit. Yusei wears a darker outfit, Jack wears pretty much all white, Aki's red, etc...
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Power-up Full Color Change
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Power-up Full Color Change: Occurs when Yusei summons Shooting Quasar Dragon, he himself turns gold during the summoning sequence.
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Never Found the Body
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Never Found the Body: Divine. He returns in episode 60, briefly, then dies again. Maybe. No body that time, either. A 10th anniversary movie tie-in book seems to indicate he was revived after the Dark Signers' defeat and is in jail.
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Never Say
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Never Say "Die" is in full effect, which makes watching the Dark Signer arc a real treat, especially since the villains are people who died with hate in their hearts. Episode 70 was an especially blatant case, as it has all the trappings of a "put long-dead spirits to rest" story, but 4Kids claims they've just gone to play with their forest spirit friends and can come back anytime they want. Episodes 94 and 95 are also pretty bad, upgrading a (non-supernatural) card's threat from reasonable in this series (the special effects are too realistic and cause actual, possibly lethal damage) to ridiculous (causes real damage and can send victims to the netherworld.)
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Together in Death
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Together in Death: When he is forced to defeat a possessed Carly, Jack intends to use a Trap (Shockwave) to end the Dark Duel in a tie, so they will both go down together. However before he can use it, Carly uses her own Trap (Earthbound Release) to ensure only she dies. In the season 1 finale, Rex meets up with his brother Rudger after his death so they can go to the afterlife together.
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Love Makes You Evil
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Love Makes You Evil: The possibility of a future with Jack is what caused Carly to slip into her Dark Signer persona for a second time.
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Three Plus Two
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Three Plus Two: Yusei, Jack, Aki, and the twins. Except the twins actually get their own character development.
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On The Next Episode Of Catch Phrase: Whenever a Riding Duel is going to happen/sudden gets serious, the main character involved (Usually Yusei) shouts "Riding Duel, Acceleration!"
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Dead Line News: Happens to Angela when Wiraqocha Rasca is summoned. Subverted when she and the hundreds of people come back to life after Godwin is defeated.
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Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: In episode 133, Jose cannot understand why Crow would lose prematurely in their duel in order to give Yusei a greater chance at victory by summoning Blackfeather Dragon.
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The Power of Friendship: It's all over this show. It's also Yusei's ability to join people together and make them friends that creates one of the biggest plot points in the first two seasons.
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Department of Redundancy Department: The dub has the in-universe film Atlas Rising: The Rise of Jack Atlas.
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One-Winged Angel: A questionable villain throughout most of the first season, Rex Godwin discards any notion of pretext when he endures a physical transformation in episode 62 and expands to 3x his normal size, becoming monstrous enough in both body and intention to make it okay for the protagonists to kill him in the end. Another one in episode 107 when Placido merges with his D-Wheel.
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Beware the Nice Ones: Despite her mellowed attitude after making amends with her parents, Aki's subtle Yandere moments and the fact she can control her powers these days make for a terrifying prospect indeed. Episode 73, anyone? Let's not forgot about Barbara.
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Well-Intentioned Extremist: Iliaster has killed so many people (including their own members) throughout the many attempts of correcting history that they can't even remember specific people anymore. They've also destroyed cities and even made minor revisions in hundreds of years to keep humanity from destroying itself.
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Master of Disguise: Luciano and Placido have demonstrated the ability to create illusions through unknown means in order to impersonate others or otherwise change their appearances. Subverted by Carly in the second season; although she tries to disguise herself as both a nurse and a cleaning lady, she's easily recognizable. Her attempt at disguising Jack in Episode 31 is a hilarious failure, too.
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New Neo City: Literally subverted as both the "new" and the "old" city are inhabited locations in the show.
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Heroes Want Redheads: Not only is the closest thing Yusei has to a love interest a redhead (Aki), so is his best friend (Crow) . . . as well as the kid Yusei was kinda-sorta raising in the first two seasons (Rally). Crow's a redhead who cares about a redhead - his littlest girl, with whom he seems to share a special bond, is redheaded in many shots. Although she was more of a grudging heroine at the time, Aki seemed rather attached to her mentor, the redheaded character Divine. It may be over now, but Ruka's first canon crush was on the redheaded villain Lucciano.
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They did talk a lot.
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Cut Short: The Story Mode of Over the Nexus ends with the Yliaster trio's defeat at the end of the WRGP, without touching the Ark Cradle. Justified as, at the time of the game's release, the card game had yet to include Aporia's cards and Z-One's cards.
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In a case of Shown Their Work, chaku is the Quechua (traditional Andean language) word for "hunting" while challwa is the word for "fish". "Chaku Challwa" is literally "Hunting Fish" or, as a stretch, "Killer Whale". Chacu Challhua is the Earthbound God/Earthbound Immortal for the Killer Whale geoglyph.
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Death Seeker: Kiryu becomes this after his Dark Signer days
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Empowered Badass Normal / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Enemy to All Living Things / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Engineered Public Confession / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Enslaved Tongue / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Escaped from Hell / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Eternal Recurrence / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Monkeys / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Rainbows / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Evil Costume Switch / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Evil Feels Good / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Evil Is Sexy / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Evil Mentor / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Evolving Credits / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Excited Show Title! / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Excuse Me While I Multitask / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap! / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Exploited Immunity / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Extra Eyes / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Eye Catch / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Facial Markings / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fair Cop / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
False Start / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fan Boy / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fangirl / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fantasy Helmet Enforcement / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fat Slob / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fauxshadow / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fearful Symmetry / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Feathered Serpent / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Feel No Pain / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Femme Fatale / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fictional Video Game / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Field of Blades / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fighting from the Inside / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Filler / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fission Mailed / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fixing the Game / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Flaming Skulls / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Flipping the Bird / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Flower Motifs / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Flowers of Femininity / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Force and Finesse / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Forced into Evil / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Forgot About His Powers / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Forgotten Phlebotinum / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Free-Fall Fight / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Fun with Foreign Languages / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Future Me Scares Me / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Futuristic Superhighway / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Gang Up on the Human / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Gatling Good / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Gendercide / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Genre Refugee / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Giant Eye of Doom / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Giant Hands of Doom / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Girlish Pigtails / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Giving Them the Strip / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Go Out with a Smile / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
God Is Evil / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Going for the Big Scoop / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Golden Super Mode / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Good Morning, Crono / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Good Parents / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Goth Girls Know Magic / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Grail in the Garbage / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Grease Monkey / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Great Offscreen War / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Green Thumb / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Guilty Until Someone Else Is Guilty / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Gun Twirling / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
HP to 1 / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hades Shaded / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Half the Man He Used to Be / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hall of Mirrors / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hard Light / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hated Hometown / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Healing Winds / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Heel Realization / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hellgate / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hellish Pupils / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hero Antagonist / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Heroes Want Redheads / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Heroic Second Wind / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hey, That's My Line! / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hidden Agenda Villain / int_daff6a21
 HideoIshikawa
seeAlso
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
His Story Repeats Itself / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hold the Line / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hollywood Hacking / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hope Crusher / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hopeless Suitor / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Horned Hairdo / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Hour of Power / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
House Rules / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
/ int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Am Not Left-Handed / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Can Still Fight! / int_7989c261
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Don't Pay You to Think / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Fight for the Strongest Side / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Have Many Names / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Have the High Ground / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Kiss Your Hand / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Lied / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Need You Stronger / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I See Them, Too / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Shall Taunt You / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I Thought Everyone Could Do That / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Icy Blue Eyes / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Ignored Epiphany / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
I'm Dying, Please Take My MacGuffin / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Immortal Life Is Cheap / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Implied Love Interest / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature
Improbable Hairstyle / int_daff6a21
 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
hasFeature