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RE:Beyond the Hope
- And this is where your blind spot comes in; how do you know it was my particular edit that removed yours? Hmm? In fact, you completely ignored my hyperlink in my above message to you, which makes you look... well, stupid. And just to make sure you don't miss it this time around, I'm going to bold and italicize it.--UltimateKuriboh (talk • contribs) 19:34, September 25, 2014 (UTC)
- I expect people to read answers thoroughly. If they don't, and fail to notice things like hyperlinks, their opinion is not to be valued much. It was 2 short sentences, so there's no excuse. Anyways, I raise my original point; you lost this "argument" because you started it based on an assumption, have a good day. --UltimateKuriboh (talk • contribs) 19:45, September 25, 2014 (UTC)
Numbers in NECH TCG.
The 'Number' archetype is already listed on the NECH page to be apart of the set under the general inclusion part with the rest of the archetypes that are included in both the TCG and the OCG, such as Yang Zings, Shaddolls and Machinas. There is no need to keep adding it to the TCG only part of the breakdown as they are not exclusive to the TCG version of the set (see Number F0: Future King Hope) unlike the CXyz and Burning Abyss archetypes which are exclusive to the TCG release of the set. PhotonLegion95 (talk • contribs) 20:49, September 25, 2014 (UTC)
Never said that I didn't agree with you to some extent. But this wiki is not a place for you to, for lack of a better word, b**** about it. Do that on the org. Besides, I hardly need to go to another card game. Sanokal K-T (talk • contribs) 23:02, December 26, 2014 (UTC)
It's always been this way on this Wiki @formatting. Also, we have no confirmation that ZEXAL took place in the Xyz Dimension. Why? Because Kite Tenjo used "Polymerization" to Summon "Twin Photon Lizard". Now, there a couple of theories that could work around that, but until we get an in-universe explanation directly (or indirectly) explaining how that was possible, you cannot state that on a page here. But you can feel free to start a forum page or a sub-userpage of yours and compile theories in the meantime. --UltimateKuriboh (talk • contribs) 00:51, December 24, 2014 (UTC)
- I get the connection. But as 2 other people have already said in revising your edits, we don't know if we're possibly dealing with alternate timelines or even more dimensions. How do we know that Yuma has existed in the Xyz Dimension that Yuto comes from? There can easily be multiple timelines/dimensions where alternate Heartland Cities exist. Also, no one knows how the Fusion, Synchro and Xyz dimensions came to exist; it is possible that the Xyz dimension split apart from the Standard dimension after Yuma's time, therefore technically placing ZEXAL's events in the Standard dimension. There's too many timeline/dimension shenanigans going on to make the bold claim that ZEXAL took place in the Xyz dimension. --UltimateKuriboh (talk • contribs) 02:14, December 24, 2014 (UTC)
The purpose of the wiki is to document the franchise, not to provide an outlet for editorializing; there are any number of blogs and forums you can do that at. If you don't stop making edits like this and this, you will be blocked. 「ディノ奴千？！」? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 23:41, December 26, 2014 (UTC)
- I'm sorry. I just want people to realize what should've been clear from day one: that Yu-Gi-Oh! is a bulls*** game designed to suck money out of its players. I figured there would be no better place to iterate that fact than here, but apparently I was wrong. If you want defend this "game", I can't stop you. But its not going to change the fact that Yu-Gi-Oh! and its players are just a private gold mine for corporate suits. Oh, and if you find anything offensive about this comment, feel free to ban me. I couldn't care less.MegaDuelist427 (talk • contribs) 00:37, December 28, 2014 (UTC)
- Yu-Gi-Oh!'s purpose has always been to earn money, from the very first day the very first chapter was released. This is how capitalism works: I want money, so I try to convince you to give me your money in exchange for something I think you want. Yes, there are plenty of examples of sellers going well above and beyond, but ultimately it all boils down to profit; there's no such thing as a profit-oriented company or entity that operates at a loss (the closest thing to that would be non-profit organizations). So really, you're not just complaining about Yu-Gi-Oh! or Konami here, but about capitalism.
- I'm not defending anything here. I don't care about how Yu-Gi-Oh! is designed, or Konami's motivations. The wiki exists to document the franchise, not to give you a soapbox; I've already told you where you can go to scratch that itch. 「ディノ奴千？！」? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 03:32, December 28, 2014 (UTC)
- I know Konami using Yu-Gi-Oh! as a platform to make money is more indicative of capitalism than the game itself. However, I wouldn't mind this as much if they were providing us with a quality product. Think about it: Who always wins in Yu-Gi-Oh!? The person who has the more expensive deck. It's frustrating because there are times when you didn't lose because the other person is more skilled than you or even because you got unlucky. You lost because the other person was richer than you. Now let's look at another card game: Vanguard. Bushiroad didn't have to sacrifice fun for profit, so what excuse does Konami have? I'll tell you: they have none. They're just being greedy and that's that.MegaDuelist427 (talk • contribs) 14:18, December 28, 2014 (UTC)
And I'll repeat again, he is not. It is a misconception by the Resistance simply because his name sounds like the Japanese word for Fusion, as revealed in Episode 37. Yugo himself was complaining that in addition to losing something precious, his name is also causing misconceptions. The light fades at 17:01, December 28, 2014 (UTC)