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The Yu-Gi-Oh! Wiki is a free repository on all aspects of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise that anyone can edit. We've been around since May 26, 2005 — and in that time we've assembled a lot of information about the cards and other aspects of the Yu-Gi-Oh! phenomenon. Visit the news section for dates of upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG & OCG product releases, as well as anime air dates and manga book release dates.
While the Yu-Gi-Oh! Wiki hosts information, the sources of information are from various place: Including Official OCG Twitter, Yu-Gi-Oh! Japanese Card Database, Official TCG Twitter, and Ygorganization. These information are translated into English before published to the Yu-Gi-Oh! Wiki.
There are a lot of characters in this long-running franchise. Here are some of the characters from the new show, Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS.
- A figure looking exactly like "The Grim Reaper" from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX appears in the artwork of "Arduous Decision", a card used in Yu-Gi-Oh!.
- Despite their English flavor text, the Japanese lores of "Kozaky" and "Woodborg Inpachi" do not reference "Dark World"; rather, they translate to "Demon World".
- In the original manga and the few first arcs of Yu-Gi-Oh!, Fusion Monsters were not cards, but were simply two or more cards placed on top of one another that rendered a new holographic monster.
Wanna know more about the kinds of information you can find here? Here's a breakdown of the 27,585 cards we're cataloguing, stat fans:
- 10826 Official Card Game (OCG) and Trading Card Game (TCG)
- 7549 anime (3004 anime-only)
- 2268 manga (1000 manga-only)
- 5811 video game
- 21 original Duel Monsters
- 121 Bandai's Official Card Game
- 40 Yu-Gi-Oh! Bandai Sealdass
- Card information
- Set information
The set includes members/support for the "Ancient Warriors", "Code Talker", "@Ignister", "Charmer", "Familiar-Possessed", "Traptrix", "Dragonmaid", "Invoked", "Generaider", "Resonator", "Gouki", "Marincess", "Tindangle", "Salamangreat", "Unchained", "Evolution Pill", "Void", "Infernoid", "Hole", "Polymerization", "Madolche", "Evil Eye", "Megalith", "Witchcrafter", "Mekk-Knight", "Orcust", "Thunder Dragon", "Codebreaker", "Nemeses", and "Barbaros", and "A.I." archetypes, as well as "Link", "Yo-kai Girl", "Gizmek", "Cataclysmic" and "Deep Sea" series.
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|Episode 5: Rook, Fight of a Man|
|The school’s newspaper club came to interview Yuga. Meanwhile, Goha has been keeping an eye on the internet. Perhaps Yuga can spread Rush Duel rules without attracting their attention by using printed newspapers?! However, it turns out that the newspaper club’s goal is to denounce Rush Duels, for they think that Rush Duels are “shallow”! Angered by their insults, Rook decides to challenge them!|
|Chapter 9: Ageha's True Skills|
|Ageha Yusa heads out to Adult's Night at the Satellite Shop, and runs into a familiar face while she's there.|
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