Welcome to the Yu-Gi-Oh! Wiki!
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 27,762 cards we're cataloguing, stat fans:
- 10949 Official Card Game (OCG) and Trading Card Game (TCG)
- 7601 anime (3035 anime-only)
- 2265 manga (998 manga-only)
- 5810 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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