Delta Eagle

In WC11, the Delta Eagle is called the Omega Hawk (or at least, that's what you unlock, but the other names are fine, like the Blackbird and Wheel of Fortune), is it worth mentioning somewhere? -Falzar FZ- (talk page|useful stuff) 11:43, February 28, 2011 (UTC)

I can do that by changing the firmware language, like... this. (In case you're wondering, the stats in this image are different from the other one because I upgraded the other parts as well, like Engine and CPU)
The Japanese name is different, so I guess you're right about the counterpart bit. Yes, I just noticed that you cannot change the colours for these Frames, so that also confirms that.
On another note, the Japanese name for the Wheel of Fortune can be seen there, can you add it to the Wheel of Fortune page? : -Falzar FZ- (talk page|useful stuff) 06:02, March 1, 2011 (UTC)

Forum:Yusei on

It looks like this thread is just to troll and spam. Would that be deleted? Siguiendo la luna no llegare lejos, tan lejos como se pueda llegar ♫ 02:13, March 1, 2011 (UTC)

As well as block that user, since that user is being stubborn and revive each time Dark-Shimy done his job. --FredCat 02:34, March 1, 2011 (UTC)
I've started a discussion on the deletion. Rather than continue reverting each other, try to get him to comment on it. -- Deltaneos (talk) 17:04, March 1, 2011 (UTC)

Image question.

"Heliroid" currently has a png card image in the article, but the picture is not very good. A closer shot of the card is show in chapter 49, which I can upload. However, it's in jpg format. Is a clear jpg image preferable to a blurry png image or does it png trump all? Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 03:32, March 1, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Great Poseidon Beetle

That was the English name that appeared in the manga. As far as I know, there isn't a scheduled TCG release for it, so the TCG name isn't set in stone yet. I moved it because it was the most up to date official English name. Should I wait for a TCG release next time before doing so? DemonGodAsura (talkcontribs) 16:28, March 1, 2011 (UTC)

Need some help. MOV2-EN001

Hello, recently I watched Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time. The movie gave a card with it. Malefic Red-Eyes Black Dragon. I got one but the card ID is "MOV2-EN001" instead of "YMP1-EN001". It is also a Super Rare instead of a Secret Rare. How would I add this to the page? And what else would I need to do to add it? --LordGeovanni- (Talk To Me) *Kupo* 04:20, March 2, 2011 (UTC)

Can you get a pic of it? The card's current image shows a Secret Rare with a set number of "YMP1-EN001". ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 04:24, March 2, 2011 (UTC)

User's breaking a ruling.

I think it's time to remove that topic Mr. Pato have creating. He threw too many cuss words, indeed I do a very little bit compared to him. This article is what I am talking about. I tried to delete it, but he revived it and told me off like that. --FredCat 11:24, March 2, 2011 (UTC)

Kitty's Summary for Episode 150

Though it was not correct or complete, at least I tried to help you'all with this... Kitty's Summary for Episode 150; just let me know what you think and maybe good idea to using for your summary there. --FredCat 18:42, March 2, 2011 (UTC)

So...? What do you think? --FredCat 23:04, March 2, 2011 (UTC)
Good to know that. And the episode is out on YouTube as we speak, so you can soothe it out if you like. I only have a hearing problem so I didn't get what they're saying. --FredCat 23:30, March 2, 2011 (UTC)

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZeXal/MEGA

Why did you delete Yu-Gi-Oh! MEGA. I sent a letter to Japan! I promise! Put it back, please! —This unsigned comment was made by Master Hoth (talkcontribs) 22:32, 2 March 2011 (UTC)

Well, what a happen if they do make this anime series in 2012. —This unsigned comment was made by Master Hoth (talkcontribs) 22:47, 2 March 2011 (UTC)

Oh, and by the way, the letter I sent to Japan said they can animate half of the anime series. —This unsigned comment was made by Master Hoth (talkcontribs) 22:56, 2 March 2011 (UTC)

I'll let you know if I get a letter or not from Japan. —This unsigned comment was made by Master Hoth (talkcontribs) 23:04, 2 March 2011 (UTC)


I realized this before you send me that message, so I corrected and put "User talk". Thanks for warning. Samurai BruxoDiscussão/Talk 01:29, March 3, 2011 (UTC)

Do not worry :) Samurai BruxoDiscussão/Talk 01:36, March 3, 2011 (UTC)

Editing names in the Search bar

Hello! I've noticed that a lot of times when a card's name is changed (i.e. Inverz to Steelswarm, Tech Genus to T.G., True Six Samurai to Legendary Six Samurai) the change is not reflected in the search bar. I've asked on several pages and forums how to fix this, but haven't received any helpful responses on what to do. Could you possibly tell me what needs to be done to correct these errors? Golden Key (talkcontribs) 16:56, March 3, 2011 (UTC)

Autocomplete, yes! I've been trying to remember the correct terminology for it. Thanks for responding. After I saw how many articles you've edited, I figured you'd either know how to do it or would know who can. The problem exists for many other pages as well, including Gusto (still autocompletes as Gusta). I've looked back through histories, and it seems like this issue goes back to some time last year. Prior to that, when a page's name was changed the autocomplete corrected itself as well. Maybe when the site took on the newest format something stopped working? Thanks again. Golden Key (talkcontribs) 19:16, March 3, 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for the update. I first noticed the problem on November 15, and a made a comment on Karakuri Spider's talk page. It's been bothering me since then that nothing's been done, and then I started noticing the mistake all over the place. Glad to know something's finally being done. Golden Key (talkcontribs) 23:42, March 5, 2011 (UTC)
They fixed it! I checked earlier today and nothing had been changed, so it must have only happened recently. Thanks for bringing it to their attention. Golden Key (talkcontribs) 17:45, March 10, 2011 (UTC)

TF04 and TF05 deck names

Since the deck names only appear in the Japanese version, would a footnote specifying that be applicable in the articles? Someone who doesn't know that fact would probably chalk up the characters having those deck names to be wiki vandalism. Cheesedude (talkcontribs)

I like that solution, but you're right, it does like pretty ugly in MonoBook. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 18:58, March 3, 2011 (UTC)

March 19th Ignition Effect Rule Change

Haha, thanks. I didn't know there was a way to do that. DemonGodAsura (talkcontribs) 18:13, March 3, 2011 (UTC)

Forum Deletion

I probably should have checked with you first, but would this an appropriate reason for applying a deletion tag here? I would think that as a part of Wikia's network (or whatever it's called), that we'd follow their Terms of Use, as I couldn't find a Terms of Use on our Wikia. DemonGodAsura (talkcontribs) 18:41, March 3, 2011 (UTC)

OK, thanks. Wanted to make sure. DemonGodAsura (talkcontribs) 18:51, March 3, 2011 (UTC)


Is IRC not working? It's only giving me the option of joining the main Wikia channel. Flame Deity (talkcontribs) 15:00, March 4, 2011 (UTC)

Tag Teams

The Tag Team members in WC games usually don't appear as individual Single Duel opponents. Since there are tag team articles, there is no need for a separate character article that contains the exact same information, right? Lon3wolf (talkcontribs) 15:35, March 4, 2011 (UTC)

20,000 ATK points and Cosmic Blazar Dragon

DracoX added to the summary of episode 151 that Ultimate Temporal Machine God Sephiron possesses 20,000 ATK. Similarly, an anonymous user added an appearance by Cosmic Blazar Dragon to episode 152. Is there any source for either of these claims? Flame Deity (talkcontribs) 16:41, March 4, 2011 (UTC)

RE: Prominence, Molten Swordsman

Hi Deltaneos, yes that name was the english name it was given in Tag Force 5. --Trivi-AM (talk) 16:57, March 4, 2011 (UTC)

YVD Confirmed the Banlist!

When I first checked on Yu-Gi-Oh! Virtual Desktop to editing the Infernity Deck which is my style deck, I discovered this. Ever through it's Traditional, there are now 2 banned cards; "Cold Wave" and "Mass Driver". That surprised me when I turned it on. Is Konami gone madness or what? --FredCat 21:52, March 5, 2011 (UTC)

Ah, sound like someone who programming YVD is indeed gone madness. Thanks for quickly responds. --FredCat 21:59, March 5, 2011 (UTC)

RE: Chapter 7: Crash Town Incident

wow, Japanese wikis have vandalists too.
For the side events page, a nice list can be found at [1].
Although I had the page bookmarked, I haven't tested any of those yet. Slightly busy with a few assignments atm. -Falzar FZ- (talk page|useful stuff) 23:57, March 5, 2011 (UTC)
They're unofficial names, but there are no 'heading' screens or titles when the events occur. The dialogue/events just occur when you talk to the characters. -Falzar FZ- (talk page|useful stuff) 00:19, March 6, 2011 (UTC)


Curious why you removed that little part on that section? --FredCat 01:52, March 6, 2011 (UTC)

Ah, alright, no problem then. At least I helped adding the deck recipe anyone need to know. --FredCat 13:49, March 6, 2011 (UTC)

Speed Spell - Deceased Synchron

Yeah WC11 lists it as Deceased Synchron. Maybe there are more Speed Spell name changes, I had only found the real ocg card names that have been changed. I can add these changes too if you want. Oh by the way, since Meklord Emperor Granel TCG name doesn't use the infinity sign after all, I guess Skiel and Wisel don't use it as well. Sorry about that. Lon3wolf (talkcontribs) 16:45, March 6, 2011 (UTC)

A Lock, Please

Could you lock the Gravekeeper'spage? There's an edit war going on there. DemonGodAsura (talkcontribs) 18:27, March 6, 2011 (UTC)

Kazuki Takahashi

Can you ask Kazuki Takahashi what is after Yugioh! Zexal, please? —This unsigned comment was made by Master Hoth (talkcontribs) 01:23, 7 March 2011 (UTC)

Request for your opinion

Hello, I request your opinion on the Forum Topic found here: Forum:Ruling pages, false rulings prevention idea. --LordGeovanni- (Talk To Me) *Kupo* 04:15, March 7, 2011 (UTC)

Bathing suits

the preview in youtubefor zexal showed all of the students in bathing siuts(trunks for the fellows)and for the girls one piece i have a pic of kotori right here also i wish we could get a large pic of just her like the harpie lady sisters cosplay --Sartorias (talkcontribs) 18:23, March 9, 2011 (UTC)


It boggles my mind that the number at the lower-left hand corner of the card always redirects to the card page but the card's original translated name does not. I just got done redirecting several cards to the OCG/Japanese manga names, with the edit history revealing that administrators had deleted the redirects in the past as soon as the page was moved. I just don't it. We can officially say that such redirects are desired at this point, correct? Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 06:04, March 10, 2011 (UTC)

Page Moves

Some of the cards have been moved to their new names, but not by you.

Maybe they have not moved correctly or completely. Also please check Jurrac Gallim, I moved this one (from Jurrac Garim) and I think I haven't done it right.. Lon3wolf (talkcontribs) 14:33, March 10, 2011 (UTC)

Why do I need permission

I was on the list of Rock monsters page and it wont let me see the further results it just says I don't have permission to do so. WTH is up with this now?--Thanonyx (talkcontribs) 23:04, March 10, 2011 (UTC)

Two brief things.

I'm aware of it being romanized on-screen as "Edo", and I usually do call him that myself. To clarify, "Ed" is also a valid (if perhaps not intended) romanization, correct? Also, I was browsing through the 5D's episode card galleries yesterday (nice little reminder of what Yusei's Deck was like before the WRGP) and noticed multiple copies of a card in a given episode being listed that number of times in the galleries. I'm assuming that is the standard style? I don't really care either way how we list it, but I'd like the manga card galleries to be consistent with the anime ones, so I'll probably go ahead and to the GX chapter galleries I've done. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 00:42, March 11, 2011 (UTC)

My first thought would be not to include multiples. That's how I originally wrote out most "Featured cards" sections as well. It's meant to list the cards that appeared in an episode or chapter. Multiplies aren't needed. Other users disagreed and added multiples to a lot of articles. In my view, the card galleries are sort of visual versions of the Featured cards sections, so my first thought be not to include them. However, at the end of the day, it doesn't particularly bother me if they're there. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 01:10, March 11, 2011 (UTC)

Vandalism on Card Ruling pages!

Hi man! From what I'm seeing, even by preventing unregistered users from editing the Ruling Pages, a lot of people can simply create a "quick" account and do the vandalism with no problem. And it looks like that we have vandalisms of the Ruling Pages almost every day.

As you know, the Ruling Pages are one of the most important things for the game so this thing must stop somehow. I just had the idea to increase a bit more the limitation of the users that can edit them. What about something like only registered users with a specific amount of posts can edit them? (200? 5000? 1000?). Then if someone with less posts than the limit want to edit something official (I doubt that), he can ask another admin/user relative with the Rulings to edit them.

I'm saying that because the Ruling Pages are NOT a common page that people can post whatever they want. They must have ONLY specific official stuff, so preventing those users from editing them shouldn't be that much of a problem. By the way, right now only just a few users edit the Ruling pages with official stuff. Almost all the others do vandalisms.

Now, if a user manages to get enough posts just to do vandalism then he goes with the old fashioned way: warning -> warning -> ban

This way I think that we can increase by, not afraid to say, 100% the protection of the Ruling Pages from vandalisms.

Well, what do you say? ATEMVEGETA (Talk) 21:48, March 12, 2011 (UTC)

Ok, I'll post my respond in that thread. Thanks! ATEMVEGETA (Talk) 20:24, March 14, 2011 (UTC)

Further Results

Datoneperson (talkcontribs) 18:42, March 13, 2011 (UTC) I cannot ...further results, How can someone have access to see further results???

Card Backing and Bot

  1. I think there are different versions of the Card backing File:StrategyCard-EN-Back.png; The one I have is this (back of DPYG-EN07, Strategy Card 7), what name should I upload it to?
  2. Bots are used to replace certain words with other words right? There's this constant spelling error: (Screenschot --> Screenshot) Should be about 60 times. -Falzar FZ- (talk page|useful stuff) 01:08, March 14, 2011 (UTC)
Ok. So it would mean that for the Strategy Cards, the the best option for the backing name should have the set ID in the file name? like StrategyCardDPYG-Back-EN.png -Falzar FZ- (talk page|useful stuff) 00:14, March 21, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Impostor Jack Atlas

He is listed as "Fake Jack Atlas". Plus I think he only appears in WC11, not WC10. Lon3wolf (talkcontribs) 15:10, March 14, 2011 (UTC)


I don't know. I wouldn't be surprised if that was something the dub added, but I wouldn't be any more surprised if it was in the original either, since he was based on Einstein in both versions. I cannot find a sub for that episode anywhere online to check either. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 23:52, March 14, 2011 (UTC)

Good enough for me. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 00:21, March 15, 2011 (UTC)

The Strongest Card

What is the strongest card in yugioh? —This unsigned comment was made by Gehan Maste (talkcontribs) 18:27, 15 March 2011 (UTC)


After I edited Corse and Figaro, Male and Female near "Gender" link to the respective articles. Same thing happens with deck names in that description box.Lon3wolf (talkcontribs) 01:33, March 16, 2011 (UTC)

Black Heroes

I am going to make the new black heroes cards. —This unsigned comment was made by Gehan Master (talkcontribs) 03:03, March 16, 2011 (UTC)

Episode Links missing?

  • I was looking over a few character pages and I noticed where you normally have the episode name and link of their debuts, it's now blank. Any reason? --Dark Yugi (talkcontribs) 02:56, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
    • Any way to fix it for all the pages with the problem rather than one at a time? --Dark Yugi (talkcontribs) 18:09, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
Gotcha, so it's not really something we can fix, right? --Dark Yugi (talkcontribs) 18:30, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
Damn. Oh well, thanks for answering my questions as always man. --Dark Yugi (talkcontribs) 18:56, March 17, 2011 (UTC)

Some property and parameter questions

Hey Delt, have you ever noticed that the {{CardTable2}} parameters {{{fusionmaterial1}}} and {{{synchromaterial1}}} mark their contents as Property:Fusion Material for and Property:Synchro Material for, respectively, whereas the "[fusion/synchro]material[2-10]" mark theirs as just Property:Fusion Material and Property:Synchro Material, respectively? This is terribly inconsistent, and we should choose either one or the other, but I'm not sure which one to go with (though I'm leaning toward the ones that omit the "for"s, myself). Thoughts? ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 06:27, March 17, 2011 (UTC)

Also, do we want to use *align or *alignment for parameter names? CardTable2 currently uses "ddsalignment" for the actual display (it's the only one that *is* currently displayed; should we perhaps display all of them, or stop displaying "ddsalignment"?), but won't add "Class 4::VG" unless "ddsalign" is used, and it only uses the parameters "edsalign", "fmralign", "rodalign", and "tscalign" for the other cases. I like *alignment better; what are your thoughts? ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 06:49, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
Also, what's the difference between Property:Card Category and Property:Card Type (Card Category looks to only contain Monster Cards, which should mean it's just a less useful, more constrained version of Card Type)? ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 07:45, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
I thought there was also fm1 and sm1 etc. parameters. One set is supposed to list the material used to Summon a monster and one is supposed to list the what the monster is used as material for. e.g. "Flame Swordsman" would have "Flame Manipulator" and ""Masaki the Legendary Swordsman" as its "Fusion Material" and "Dark Flare Knight" as its "Fusion Material for". Only one of those was used in the past and someone asked me a few times to switch to the other, but I just added the option to use both.
I think "alignment" is better. Although FMR doesn't have any Alignments. The parameter might be used for Guardian Stars.
Card Category is probably also supposed to include Spell Card and Trap Card, which are nonsensically mixed with Attributes. That would make:
  • Card Category = Monster Card, Spell Card, Trap Card.
  • Card Type = Types of Monster/Spell/Trap: Normal Monster, Effect Monster, Ritual Monster etc. Normal Spell Card, Continuous Trap Card etc.
  • Monster Type = "Secondary" types of monsters: Spirit, Toon, Union, Gemini, Tuner, Dark Tuner, Armor.
-- Deltaneos (talk) 11:58, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
That makes sense, except it's not how the template currently works. "fusionmaterial1" puts its value in "Property:Fusion Material for", whereas "fusionmaterial2" through "fusionmaterial10" all go to "Property:Fusion Material" (note the word "for" isn't there); it's the same way for the "synchromaterialX" parameters. Since we already have "fmX" and "smX" parameters (which all add to "Property:Fusion/Synchro Material"; I just checked), perhaps it would be clearer (and cleaner) to replace the former parameters with "fmforX" and "smforX"?
I can add another tracking parameter for us to find out about "fmralign" for sure. Do we want to display the other alignment parameters as we currently do for "ddsalignment"?
Well, "Property:Card Category"'s description explicitly says it is meant to hold just Monster Cards. I wouldn't have a problem with broadening it to hold other "top-level" card types, though (would we want to stop at just Monster/Spell/Trap Cards, or should we also go for Trap-Spell, Equip, etc.?), especially since it would help focus "Property:Card Type" (we need to clearly define the scope of some other properties (and maybe rename them) as well; I'd like to start with "Property:Medium" and the "Class X" properties).
If Card Type holds Normal/Effect/Ritual/etc. Monsters, and Monster Type holds Spirit/Toon/Union/etc. Monsters, what is supposed to hold Beast/Dragon/Spellcaster/etc. Monsters? ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 18:03, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
Whatever you think works best.
Showing a property from an old video game in the middle of an article on a TCG/OGG card may look confusing. The status table at the bottom is probably the best place for them.
Add Virus and Trap-Spell if we're doing that. Equip is just a type of Spell Card and sometimes a type of Trap Card. It's not a top level type. Yeah, those Class 1, 2, 3 properties are a nightmare.
Property:Type. (Tip Card should probably be removed from that property.) -- Deltaneos (talk) 18:23, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
All right, I'll start working on it later.
If we display the other alignment parameters in the status table, should we move the ddsalignment display down there as well (and while we're doing all that, are there any other fields that should probably be moved from the main table to the status table)?
I thought there were a handful of cards from the manga that were just called "Equip Cards"... Am I mistaken, or were those all released as actual cards (and, therefore, clarified as Spell/Trap Cards), or are there still any that have never been clarified?
Where should Tip Cards go, then? Property:Card Category, or are we wanting to use that property just for playable cards? ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 18:45, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
I'm not sure. Maybe ddsuper and ddslower. Like the alignment pages, there doesn't seem to be anything using them.
I don't think there were any such Equip Cards in the manga. If there actually were, they all must have been released by now as something else.
'Not sure. There a couple of different non-game cards: Tip, FAQ, Strategy, Checklist and things like "Voyage to the Kingdom". Maybe we should have a property for the different types of non-game cards?
Off topic: There's also an Indonesian Yu-Gi-Oh! wiki. Like most wikis, it was abandoned after creation. Is it worth bumping Forum:Automatic interwiki addition now that the archive notice has appeared? -- Deltaneos (talk) 19:37, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
I'll add tracking categories for all the alignment parameters and ddsupper/lower later (if there's anything else you want a look at, list them and I'll add categories for them as well (this goes for parameter intersections or particular values in addition to just raw parameter usage, if that gives you any ideas)). If there's really nothing using them, maybe it would be better to just remove them?
Do they all currently go to Property:Type? It would probably be a good idea for them all to have their own property.
We could use that topic more generally for interwiki addition requests, in which case it should probably be stickied. At any rate, I would think that we aren't nearly as concerned about necro-bumping in the wiki discussion forum as in others, since we use it for more technical discussions.
I've been thinking about the Japanese name parameters, and I think a good setup would be as follows:
  • "jpname" is used for the name exactly as given on the card or in the manga/anime/video games, including ruby text
  • "kanji" is used for the base name if "jpname" has ruby text (this would also catch cases where the base name has English text with a ruby pronunciation guide, but no kanji characters, but I doubt we're worried about sorting these from the rest)
  • "kana" is used for the ruby text name if "jpname" has ruby text
  • "ruby" could be used if there are any cases where the exact card name does not have ruby text, but there is an official version of the name with ruby text (or maybe that would be better handled with an "altjpname" parameter?
Alternately, we could completely eliminate ambiguity by having only "ruby", "kanji", and "kana" parameters, and using them as would be expected from their names (I actually like this setup better, though it does break from the current "lnname" scheme); this would mean we could have the very simple code {{ #if: {{{ruby|}}} | {{{ruby}}} | {{ #if: {{{kanji|}}} | {{{kanji}}} | {{{kana|}}} }} }} for displaying the Japanese name in the header (it would need a bit more for adding the linebreak between the English and Japanese name, but that would just be one more #if). Thoughts? ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 20:05, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
Google isn't picking up any card articles containing the text "DDS Alignment" (That's how I found the Indonesian wiki.), so the tracking categories might not be worth the effort. I don't mind if the parameters are reorganised or scrapped, unless someone is planning on using them.
There aren't any articles for FAQ cards at the moment. Tip Cards use both "Type" and "Card Type". Strategy cards use both "Type" and "Card Type". Checklists are listed as strategy cards in "Type" "Card Type" . All of them are also listed as [[Class 1::FAQ]] Here's an example of each: "Command Knight", Big Bang Breaker!, Duelist Pack -Jaden Yuki 3- Checklist
What I dislike about Japanese name parameters is that almost every template does them differently. Basically you're saying is rename "jphira" "kana", swap the names of "kanji" and "jpname" and add the new "ruby" parameter.
  • "jphira" → "kana" is fine. (Maybe we should rename "phon" "romaji" too)
  • "ruby" is an extra optional parameter. I can't see it causing any problems. Although are there definitely cases where it would be used? Maybe "Ride of the Valkyries" or "DNA Checkup" (over "DNA")?
  • Are you choosing to use the name with ruby markup as "jpname" because you feel its the main Japanese name, so it should have the parameter most consistent with the other languages? I was thinking the name printed minus the furigana could be the main one, since its one used in Property:Japanese Name and the one people would use to lookup the card. I was thinking "jpname" should be used for the Japanese name minus furigana and always be used, while something like "ruby"/"rubyname"/"furigana" etc. be used to store the name with ruby text, only when there is furigana. Alternatively would it be possible use one parameter for the Japanese name, which would include ruby markup (if any) and then use strings to split it into the different names?
That format is fine too, probably better. I might not have typed the block of text in my last bullet, sans the strings part, if I'd read the last part of your comment properly the first time around, but I'm not erasing it now. -- Deltaneos (talk) 23:45, March 17, 2011 (UTC)
I'll be editing CardTable2 for some of the other stuff we've discussed here, and it really won't be that much trouble to throw in a handful of tracking categories on top of those changes. I'd rather expend the extra effort for nothing than to just remove the parameters and find out they actually were used.
Should they all go to the same property, or across two or more? What name(s) should we use (Property:Non-game cards?)?
Now that I have somewhat more experience with using (and, more generally, just thinking about) StringFunctions, I don't think there would be any clean, simple, and reliable way to auto-separate ruby text into the base text and the furigana... There might be some way to do it with a bunch of subtemplates or something, but I can't see any successful method looking too pretty.
It seems we're in agreement (we both prefer my second proposal); the rest of my comments will be with the assumption that's what we're going with.
I meant to suggest renaming "phon" to "romaji", but it slipped my mind. As for template inconsistency, once we get this settled, it'd probably be good to go forward with it as the wiki-wide standard, changing over other templates as we think of or find them. If we do, "Property:Japanese Name" should default to "kanji", "kana", and "ruby", in that order (I don't know if there'll ever be cases of a card's romaji name being offered before any of those, but we could probably throw "romaji" in second-to-last or last just to be safe).
For #ask/#show, do we generally want the card's kanji name, or its ruby name? If it's the latter, I think we'll want another property whose order of precedence moves "ruby" to the top of the list I gave above.
Given current usage, I think we should probably keep "jpname" as an alternate parameter for "ruby" while everything gets switched over. Once that's done, we can switch it to be an undocumented (to deter further use) alternate for "kanji" instead.
Are we terribly worried about card names that are pure kana, actually using "kana" instead of "kanji"? We should decide that now, since there could be people in the future adding Japanese names without actually knowing the difference between kanji and kana. ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 05:32, March 18, 2011 (UTC)
I would comment that there are situations where romaji is added without kanji. Specifically, when I create a card page and can't find the kanji written anywhere online. I don't know how to actually type it, so unless I find the full kanji name somewhere, I don't add it. "One-Eyed Ghost" is the only situation I can think of right now. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 02:15, March 21, 2011 (UTC)
I'd say use one property and call it "Non-game cards".
For #show/#ask, I'd say "ruby" > "kanji" > "kana". For searching using Special:SearchByProperty and similar stuff "kanji" > "kana" (> "ruby")* would be better. So, I guess both are needed. One would be "Property:Japanese Name". The other maybe "Property:Full Japanese Name"? *(It's probably better "ruby" doesn't get used as a fallback. It won't be needed and if it does get used, it could be too long for Type:String and give error messages.)
Yeah, we can't assume all our editors are going to know the difference between kanji and kana. If someone says "kanji = the kana name" it's unlikely they'll use {{{kana}}}, so we could set {{{kanji}}} without {{{kana}}} to be labelled as "Kana" and add a tracking category. AFAIK, "Ride of the Valkyries" is the only card where this could be a problem. (It's even a problem in the current setup.)
Speaking of "Rode of the Valkyries", there is another problem with cards using foreign characters in their Japanese name. What we'd be calling "Kanji Name" wouldn't necessarily be kanji. If we look at it this way:
[[LV3 JP N::{{#if:{{{ruby|}}}|{{{ruby}}}|{{#if:{{{kanji|}}}|{{{kanji}}}|{{{kana}}} }} }}]]
[[LV2 JP N::{{#if:{{{kanji|}}}|{{{kanji}}}|{{{kana}}} }}]]
[[LV1 JP N::{{{kana}}}]]
We wouldn't use those names for the properties. The level 1 name would be the kana name and can only be kana, so it can be called "Property:Kana Name". The level 2 name would be the name printed on the card minus the furigana and what would be used for searching for the card. It can be kanji, furigana or foreign. "Property:Kanji Name" won't be appropriate, so maybe "Property:Japanese Name". The level 3 name would be the name printed on the card and what would be displayed using #show/#ask and what's printed at the top of the card article. It could be called something like "Property:Full Japanese Name". Propertywise that's almost the same as what we're using now. Just "Property:Ruby Text" is renamed and given some fallbacks.) -- Deltaneos (talk) 01:34, March 21, 2011 (UTC)
Warning: lots and lots of text ahead... Not much I can do about that; this becomes more complicated every time I look back at it. =P
I didn't really think about this before, but we can do a limited amount of sorting template-side with StringFunctions. The easiest such application would be in detecting the presence (or absence) of ruby markup in a given field, since the markup doesn't change significantly from page to page (even the really weird permutations are guaranteed to at least have opening <ruby> and <rt> tags; this is the bare minimum necessary for the desired rendered appearance). We can also use this for auto-detection of pages that don't yet use {{Ruby}}, since that template adds a couple of attributes to the opening <ruby/> tag, whereas every hardcoded instance I've seen just uses the plain tag.
I was actually thinking about adding "Property:Japanese Names", which would contain all the variants passed to CardTable2 (much as Property:English Alternate Names (that property is confusingly named =P ) currently does with pretty much all the VG names and a handful of other English names; on that note, maybe we should also add a "Property:English Names" for storing *all* English names given for a card?). This would allow a person to search for any version of a name they'd like just by searching a single property.
Would you want the "ruby" or the "kanji" chain to be the one used for "Property:Japanese Name"?
I thought I had cleverly wrapped all this up when I suggested the second system above, but thinking about it more, and reading your above comment, I realize this is actually ridiculously messy. If we go with the parameter name "kana" for a card's furigana ruby name, it's not a semantically valid moniker since many furigana ruby names contain kanji characters that don't have a furigana counterpart in the ruby name. There are also cases where we'd be using "kanji" for card names that don't actually have any kanji characters (a number of the cards introduced in Generation Force are like this, having kana-only Japanese names, and then there's the fullwidth-Latin-only "Ride of the Valkyries" you pointed out).
Given all that, I think the best way to handle the parameters and properties would be something like:
  • The name, as it appears on the card, and without furigana ruby text (i.e. the base name), goes in the "kanji" parameter, regardless of whether the name actually contains any kanji, or just kana, or even if it contains no actual Japanese text whatsoever. We do a bit of checking to make sure there's no ruby text in the parameter value (if there is, we would add a tracking category and maybe change how we handle the parameter), and then stick the value in "Property:Japanese Name" and "Property:Japanese Names".
  • If the card has one, the ruby name goes in the "ruby" parameter. Again, we do a bit of checking to make sure it's only text with ruby markup being put in this parameter, and then it gets put in "Property:Full Japanese Name" (or whatever the property gets named) and "Property:Japanese Names".
  • If the card has a ruby name, the furigana name goes in the "kana" parameter (as I hinted above, I don't really like this parameter name any more since it won't be semantically valid for many cards, but I can't come up with a good alternative that's not confusable with the "ruby" parameter, and "furigana" has many of the same problems as "kana"). I can't come up with a good property name for this, but maybe something like "Property:Furigana Ruby Name"? (and, needless to say, it also ends up in "Property:Japanese Names")
For error checking (assuming, for simplicity, that we use "kanji", "ruby", and "kana" for parameter names; mentally switch these out if we change them later):
  • "kanji" and "kana" should never contain ruby markup - if they do, add a tracking category
  • "ruby" should always contain ruby markup - if not, add a tracking category
  • "kanji" should always be given if "kana" and "ruby" are - if not, add a tracking category (maybe we want to track *all* cards that don't provide "kanji" (albeit separately tracking cases of "kana"/"ruby" without "kanji", and cases where there's just no Japanese name given)?)
  • if one of "ruby" or "kana" are given, they should both be - if not, add a tracking category
For display (on the card page and other pages):
  • Japanese name in card table header: "ruby" --> "kanji" --> "kana" ( --> "romaji"?)
  • Japanese name rows in card table (not necessarily in this order, and the labels could (should?) change):
    • "Japanese" --> "kanji"
    • "Ruby" --> "ruby"
    • "Japanese (furigana)" (this is the one I'm most uncertain of) --> "kana"
    • "Romaji" --> "romaji"
    • "Translated" --> "trans"
  • Japanese name in #ask-generated tables: "Property:Full Japanese Name"(?): "ruby" --> "kanji" --> "kana" --> "romaji" (taking into consideration Cheesedude's above comment ;) )
I think the biggest takeaway from all this is that we probably have to give up on semantically correct and meaningful parameter names for Japanese name variants; we just don't have the tools necessary to automatically deal with the complexity and messiness of real life (and if we try to do so with parameters, we'll end up with a massive, impossible-to-use-and-harder-to-maintain beast a million times worse than even the current situation; there are simply too many possible permutations we'd have to sort out). We'll have to settle for meaningful but semantically invalid parameter names, document them well, and rely on tracking categories and sharp eyes to help manage any incorrect usage over time. ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 04:03, March 21, 2011 (UTC)

Reset indents

Sorry about the late reply.
I started Template:Ruby/split, which should be able to strip names to just base characters or just furigana characters. It replies on <rb></rb> tags, which Template:Ruby omits. Is it okay if we add them? There is a 1000 character restriction on string lengths, but using templates (i.e. {{ruby}}) shortens the length, so it shouldn't be a problem. The {{#explode:y|</ruby>|1}} is supposed to pick up unrubied text, but I can't figure out why it's not working.
Property:Japanese Names sounds great. I don't think any other properties like "Kana Name", "Full Japanese Name" or "Ruby Furigana Name" are needed. "Japanese Name" (ruby > kanji > kana) works for displaying stuff and "Japanese Names" works for searching. Are properties needed for anything else? If we do need properties for them would "Japanese Name" (ruby > kanji > kana), "Base Japanese Name" (kanji > kana) and "Kana Name" (kana) be okay?
  • You're saying that there are some cards whose name has furigana on some of its kanji, but not on the rest of its kanji? ... are you sure?
  • I don't see how kana-only names are a problem. It results in the table saying something like "Japanese (kana): ブラック・マジシャン" and the article having the properties: Japanese Name::ブラック・マジシャン and Japanese Names::ブラック・マジシャン.
  • Japanese names with non-Japanese characters, like Ride of the Valkyries, aren't going to cause problems with the properties if the properties are just called "Japanese Name" and "Japanese Names" (no mention of kanji, kana, ruby or furigana in the property names). There may be problems with how they are labelled on the CardTable. There's the furigana name displayed at the top of the table. No problems there, since it doesn't have a label. Then there's the one/two names further down the table. One of them is the Japanese name minus furigana. The other is the kana name. What if we just label the first as "Japanese" and the second as "Japanese (kana)"? "Japanese (kana)" won't appear unless there are two names and will always be kana.
Assuming we go with using strings to split the Japanese name and just using the properties Japanese Name and Japanese Names, CardTable2 would work like this:
(Top of the table)

[[Japanese Name::{{{jpname}}}]]

(Names section)

Japanese: [[Japanese Names::{{Ruby/split|{{{jpname}}}|base}}]]

{{ #ifeq: {{Ruby/split|{{{jpname}}}|base}} | {{Ruby/split|{{{jpname}}}|top}}
   | Japanese (kana): {{Ruby/split|[[Japanese Names::{{{jpname}}}|base}}]] 
If we decide to add those extra properties:
(Top of the table)

[[Japanese Name::{{{jpname}}}]]

(Names section)

Japanese: [[Base Japanese Name::{{Ruby/split|{{{jpname}}}|base}}]] [[Japanese Names::{{Ruby/split|{{{jpname}}}|base}}| ]]

{{ #ifeq: {{Ruby/split|{{{jpname}}}|base}} | {{Ruby/split|{{{jpname}}}|top}}
   | Japanese (kana): {{Ruby/split|[[Kane Name::{{{jpname}}}|base}}]] [[Japanese Names::{{Ruby/split|{{{jpname}}}|base}}| ]]
If we don't use Template:Ruby/split
(Top of the table)

[[Japanese Name::{{#if: {{{ruby|}}}
| {{{ruby}}}
| {{#if: {{{kanji}}}
  | {{{kanji}}}
  | {{{kana|}}}

(Names section)

Japanese: [[Base Japanese Name::{{#if: {{{kanji}}} | {{{kanji}}} | {{{kana}}} }}]] [[Japanese Names::{{#if: {{{kanji}}} | {{{kanji}}} | {{{kana}}} }}| ]]

{{ #if: {{And|{{{kanji}}}|{{{kana}}} | Japanese (kana): {{{kana}}} }}

[[Kana Name::{{{kana}}}| ]]
Although Property:Japanese Names won't particularly necessary if we use the second or third options.
Okay, onto the error checking. It should be allowed to have "kana" without "ruby". e.g. "Dark Magician", so there shouldn't be an error check for that and "kana" should be a second preference after "kanji" next to "Japanese" in the names part of the table.
#ask queries should print Property:Japanese Name (ruby > kanji > kana). I don't think "romaji" should be necessary a preference after "kana". A blank cell is probably fine.
I don't think the naming will be as messy as you think. -- Deltaneos (talk) 18:18, March 28, 2011 (UTC)
No problem; I was just thinking about poking you in case you'd forgotten. ;)
Interesting; maybe that will be far simpler than I thought. I haven't taken a very close look at the template or played around with it any yet, though; it wouldn't hurt to slap together a test page with a few different use cases.
I suggested individual properties for each JP name variant only because I wasn't sure if there would be cases where people might want only one particular variant type; if you don't think they're needed, I have no problem omitting them, though your suggestions for the names sound good if we do go that route.
  • Actually, I only assumed that. I could've sworn I've seen cases like that, but looking again, I'm not seeing any of them immediately. I may have gotten this idea in my head from reading elsewhere about how kanji characters tend to be handled depending on their intended audience, as far as ruby text is concerned.
  • In light of that, I don't have nearly as much problem with "kana" as a parameter/property name or label.
  • "Japanese (kana)" wouldn't always be kana; for instance, the ruby name of "100,000 Gauss!" is "10 (まん) ガウス!", giving a furigana name of "10まんガウス!", which includes fullwidth Latin characters (this isn't the only case either; "The 13th Grave", "30,000-Year White Turtle", and "4-Starred Ladybug of Doom" all seem to be the same way, and that's just from the cards whose names start with a digit). Regardless, though, I have far less of a problem with applying "kana" to these cases than to ones that include kanji.
I was thinking to also add the ruby name as one of the values for "Japanese Names". I doubt anyone would really try to search on a ruby card name, but including it as a "just in case" is free for us, so there's really no reason not to.
Would separate "kana" and "furigana" parameters be worth doing, or would that just be overcomplicating things?
I'm now trying to decide whether I *really* like "kanji" or "jpname" better... I think I'm leaning more toward the latter. ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 19:32, March 28, 2011 (UTC)
Fixed the problem with the ruby split template.
Well yeah, there's cases like that. I don't think it's much of a problem. I'd still consider those to be kana names.
I don't think adding the ruby name to "Japanese Names" would work. You'd need to use Type:Text, rather than Type:String for anything with ruby markup, but Type:Text doesn't really work with SearchByProperty, even if you entered one of the non-ruby Japanese names character-for-character.
I can't see much use for separating kana and furigana like that.
You mean you prefer "jpname" for the base Japanese name in the setup using three parameters? If so, would you store the name for a card with a kana-only name, such as "Dark Magician" as "kana" or "jpname"? If we do go ahead and only use one Japanese name parameter, I think "jpname" would be best. The obvious problem is that thousands of articles are already using that parameter for something different. -- Deltaneos (talk) 21:54, March 28, 2011 (UTC)
Saw that; I've taken a closer look at the template myself and fixed another problem with non-ruby text at the very beginning of a name.
Ooh, didn't know that. Yeah, forget including the ruby name in "Japanese Names" then.
At this point, I don't see much reason not to go forward with {{Ruby/split}}, in which case we can use just one Japanese name parameter (ignoring phon/romaji, trans, et al.); I would thus suggest using "jpname", possibly with "kanji" as an alternate parameter name. This would also be simplest to support for the time it takes us to get everything switched over, since we'd only have to test one parameter to see which parameter set a given page is using, I think. ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 02:44, March 29, 2011 (UTC)

Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters

There is the Yu-Gi-Oh! (anime), there is the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX series. There is the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's series. There is the Yu-Gi-Oh Zexal series and are they going introduce a fourth Duel Monsters series? —This unsigned comment was made by (talkcontribs) 02:36, 18 March, 2011 (UTC)

Would you count the manga Yu-Gi-Oh! R as a Duel Monsters series? Kazuki Takahashi has said that ZEXAL is to be the last Yu-Gi-Oh! series, but he said the same thing about GX and 5D's when they started. I wouldn't say another series is unlikely, but considering ZEXAL is only just starting it'd be quite a while before we hear of another one. -- Deltaneos (talk) 11:39, March 18, 2011 (UTC)

Yet other new article from me

I would hope you enjoy the new article that I created. Forgive me for my sloop driving grammar though. FredCat's Exceed Rulings --FredCat 11:31, March 18, 2011 (UTC)

YUGIOH 5D's Episode listings page

I Mean no disrespect, but i thought i could help by updating the YUGIOH 5DS EPISODE LISTING PAGE, by spliting the list into the seperate 4 season episode list which 4KIDS TV have gone by.

I've also got disabilities.--Carnegg (talkcontribs) 00:40, March 19, 2011 (UTC)--Carnegg (talkcontribs) 00:40, March 19, 2011 (UTC)

Synchro Monsters

What a happen if you combine Gaia Knight, the Force Of Earth with X-Saber Urbellum and X-Saber Wayne? Would it go further than a Level 12 synchro monster and make a new kind of monster in the future? Gehan Master (talkcontribs) 19:24, March 19, 2011 (UTC)

What a happen if you combine X-Saber Wayne, X-Saber Urbellum, and Gaia Knight, The Force Of Earth? Would it make it go further than a Level 12 synchro monster in the future? —This unsigned comment was made by Gehan Master (talkcontribs) 19:43, 19 March 2011 (UTC)

Can I make something up even if I don't have a link. I beg you!!! I'll do it once and that's it, I promise. —This unsigned comment was made by Gehan Master (talkcontribs) 02:49, 20 March 2011 (UTC)


How can I deal with this user that doesn't want to contribute positively? Samurai BruxoDiscussão/Talk 20:11, March 21, 2011 (UTC)


Thanks for the answer on the GX chapter 2 stuff. Not sure if you saw these or not, so I'd to ask you to look at Talk:Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Chapter 048 and Talk:Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Chapter 049 if you've not already. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 21:58, March 22, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Torunka in WC11

He still appears in his young form. But wc11 doesn't exactly follow the anime anyway.Lon3wolf (talkcontribs) 23:25, March 22, 2011 (UTC)

Domino City

What happened to Domino City before the Yu-Gi-Oh! (anime)? —This unsigned comment was made by Gehan Master (talkcontribs) 02:17, 23 March 2011 (UTC)

King Of Games

How to obtain the title King Of Games? —This unsigned comment was made by Gehan Master (talkcontribs) 19:30, 23 March 2011 (UTC)

Yami Marik?

I have noticed that lacked of "Yami Marik" on the "List of deaths" when you added "Judai's" death in Dub. I was sure that Original Marik forbidden his duel against Yami Yugi/Yugi and put Yami Marik into Shadow Realm/Hell as in order of the duel result. Should I throw it in, or would you do it? Perhaps I would let you due to my grammar issues. --FredCat 23:09, March 23, 2011 (UTC)

I see, thanks for point it out about Yami Marik's losing soul. I didn't realized about that beforehand. --FredCat 23:52, March 23, 2011 (UTC)

Featured Cards

This flash is a part of one-point lesson. As the name for infobox section, I think the current name is fine. Blackwings0605 (talk) 14:59, March 24, 2011 (UTC)

Crimson Memory

Crimson Memory is now known as Searing Fire Wall. Lon3wolf (talkcontribs) 17:18, March 24, 2011 (UTC)

Tourneys and arcs?

Well, I already mentioned it on the WRGP-talk page, so you probabely know what I'm trying to say. Should I edit the tournament pages so, that only the tourney is explained there? HellKaiserN (talkcontribs) 20:10, March 24, 2011 (UTC)


Hi, I'm Kamishin, the Next King Of Games. —This unsigned comment was made by Kamishin (talkcontribs) 04:01, 25 March 2011 (UTC)

D-Wheel names

These showed up on Janime. We know Jack's, Crow's, and Aki's; here are others: Volcanic Yusei Go (Yusei), Giganto L (Kiryu), Giganto R/Minerva (Carly), Sturm und Drang (Sherry), Deep Fissure Alpha (Nicolas), Deep Fissure Beta (Hermann), Deep Fissure Gamma (Hans), Amber Quetzalcoatl (Lucciano), Beast Ring Model (Jose), Monoceros (Team Unicorn), Valhallander (Team Ragnarok). Flame Deity (talkcontribs) 21:38, March 27, 2011 (UTC)

  • Other interesting tidbits from Ono's twitter:
    • Red Nova's "motif" is the Aztec god Tezcatlipoca. I guess that means it's based on the god, who was the rival of Quetzalcoatl.
    • Crow's last name is some sort of Japanese pun.
    • The mustachioed Security who arrested Kiryu first appeared in episode 2, I believe as Ushio's superior.
    • The "tail" Mark of the Dragon is actually the "mask."
    • The Temporal Machine Gods are angels possessing armors (this hilariously succeeded in offending a janime member).
    • Z-one's future is around 200 years from the present.
    • Rua was planned to be a Signer from the beginning.
    • "Yliadus" is "the souls of all the people sleeping inside the Ark Cradle."
    • They "haven't decided precisely" if there are plans for Cosmic Blazar Dragon or the Crawford cup.
    • Bruno lived on the second floor living room of Poppo Time.
    • Episode 152 is about half a year after 151.
  • Someone should totally ask him who in the flying Hell this guy was intended to be. Anybody here speak Japanese? Flame Deity (talkcontribs) 22:13, March 27, 2011 (UTC)

Law Void?

This user just continued to broke the rules about cards image in their user page. This page is a good explain. --FredCat 22:11, March 27, 2011 (UTC)


I'm not sure how familiar you are with the GX manga, so ignore the link if you don't want spoilers. I uploaded some images for the final chapter. The images I chose are important moments, but two of them a bit big to fit in with the summary. I attempted to get them to fit into the article as best I could, but it doesn't look quite right. I'm not really image-savvy, so is there anything that can be done to make them fit a bit better. I know that making the summary longer would help, but I pretty must used every line from the summary I based it off of already. I'll go back and keep pretending I actually know what I"m doing. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 23:55, March 28, 2011 (UTC)

Thanks, but now the image of Terra Firma isn't near the paragraph that the action takes place in. Yay, pestering. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 00:09, March 29, 2011 (UTC)
Appreciate it. As much as I hate the Wikia skin myself, I guess it is some consolation. The average reader will be using that, not MonoBook, so meh. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 02:05, March 29, 2011 (UTC)

Re:Winged Kuriboh's Japanese voice actor

To be honest, that was likely a copy-paste error when I added the newer infobox. Generally speaking, when I did so, I would copy an infobox from another character article and then edit it based on what the old infobox said. I likely just forgot to remove the voice actor links when I added WK's info. The English voice actor is probably incorrect as well. If you happen to see ANY voice actor info in infoboxes I added that wasn't in the original infobox, remove it on site. My apologies. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 02:05, March 29, 2011 (UTC)

Four months

I saw your edit summaries. That came from Janime. It was someone' first impression of how much time may have passed that was misinterpreted as being fact. I'm the one who originally added the "fact" in a few articles, and apparently others followed suit (this was before Oto's Twitter, obviously). So my bad on that one. Sorry. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 00:08, March 30, 2011 (UTC)

D-Wheel names

In Episode 138, Dragan said "Walhallander, full power!".

Aporia's Duel Runner: Trinidad Ouroboros [2]

Team Taiyo's Duel Runner: Machine Day Breaker [3]

Team 5D's Upgrade Type Duel Runner: Bolganic Yusei Go, Bolganic Wheel of Fortune, Bolganic Black Bird [4] [5]

ホセ・獣輪態 [6]

プラシド究極体 [7]

--III (talkcontribs) 07:59, March 30, 2011 (UTC)

TV Tokyo vs. 4KIDS

Did you here? 4KIDS, the owner of the Yu-Gi-Oh! rights in America, is about to die!! TV Tokyo is suing them for like 4.8 million US dollars. 4KIDS sucks right now too, and cannot; I repeat CANNOT, pay for this!! Plus, Yu-gi-oh will soon be terminated so the anime, by my veiw, will die instataneously. What do you think this will do to the cardgame? Wattz 11:34, March 30, 2011 (UTC)
Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 12:18, March 30, 2011 (UTC)
Forum:TV Tokyo + NAS sues 4kids ダイノガイ千?!? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 17:12, March 30, 2011 (UTC)

Fixing Page Links

If there are bad page links in a Forum can I fix them (eg, misspelled or miss-capitalized links).BobaFett2 (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 12:51, 30 March 2011 (UTC)

Your bot...

...sure can edit my page like this! I am surprised when I went to check the article to see what's a difference before post up my old comments from my Talk Page. --FredCat 13:29, March 30, 2011 (UTC)

Interesting and I just noticed the link mess up in other talk page. It only leave with 1 } instead of double so I fixed it. --FredCat 16:58, March 30, 2011 (UTC)

Some things I wanted to ask you about

First off, would you mind terribly if I nuked these? TTF wanted them kept for some reason, but I don't have the faintest idea what that reason could possibly be, especially since they're now clogging up categories used for real cards.

Second, are these articles about the same thing? The "soul" summoned by Underworld Dragon Dragonecro, right? So, why do we have two articles, and which one goes? Flame Deity (talkcontribs) 20:12, March 30, 2011 (UTC)

  • One more thing: I think we should consider giving Horakhty his old Fusion Monster infobox back. I noticed, reading the manga, that Atem uses not the ancient god tablets, but Yugi's modern God Cards in Summoning him. Flame Deity (talkcontribs) 22:58, March 30, 2011 (UTC)

Category issue.

Please see Talk:Nightshroud#Duel Monster Spirits. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 01:02, March 31, 2011 (UTC)

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