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Revision as of 14:06, March 1, 2011

Yusei Fudo has used a number of Decks throughout the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's anime and video games.

His Decks usually revolve around the "Warrior" series. People who know him very well (such as Jack, Kalin and Crow) say that he is starting to get predictable because he has been using the same basic strategies for a long time. Despite this, Yusei is still known for his genius dueling style, of being able to quickly comprehend his opponent's tactics and quickly formulate an effective counter strategy.

Anime

Ground Decks

Season One

Record
Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Magician's Four Duelist 33 Win
Jack Atlas 2 Lose
Lenny 2 Win
Leo 13 Win
Akiza Izinski 23-24 Win
Grady 27-28 Win
Akiza Izinski 40-41 Win
Roman Goodwin/Rally Dawson 45-46 Win
Roman Goodwin 56-57 Win

Yusei's main Deck that he uses for regular, ground Duels. Within Yusei's season 1 ground Deck he uses various monsters based around Junk or Warrior's. In addition to this, as the season progressed he obtained an array of new Synchron monsters, cards to support them aswell as their Warrior synchro's. He also gathered a selection of cards to support his ace monster, Stardust Dragon such as Starlight Road and Shooting Star. With this Deck Yusei managed to defeat and gain allegiance with Akiza Izinski after her breakdown aswell as defeat the leader of the Dark Signers, Roman Goodwin which helped contribute to saving the world from the King of the Netherworld and the Earthbound Immortals.


Ground Deck - Season 1

Facility Deck

Record
Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Mr. Armstrong 9-10 Win

With his own, Tanner and Yanagi's cards confiscated, Yusei assembled a Deck using random cards given to him by other inmates at the Facility to use in his Duel with Mr. Armstrong. This Deck's card count adds up exactly to 40 cards. Most of this Deck's cards feature criminal-like monsters or other shady cards. This Decks' contents were given back to their owners once Yusei defeated Mr. Armstrong.


Facility Deck

Season 2 Deck

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Rudolph Heitmann 67 Win
Guard Robot 81-82 Win
Three Crashtown Duelists 86 Win
Kalin Kessler 87-88 Win
Lotten 91-92 Win (with Kalin)
Elsworth 93 Win
Clark Smith 116 Win

Ever since Season 1, Yusei's ground Deck has gained quite an array of different cards. He now uses the Bike series as well as a new selection of Synchrons and their Warrior counterparts. He also received a selection of new Traps which negate damage or opponents monsters effects. With this Deck Yusei was not only able to stop Luna, Leo and their classmates from getting expelled, but he managed to save his life as well as Lazar's by defeating the Guard Robot and managed to gain allegiance with Sherry LeBlanc and Elsworth by defeating him in a Duel and gaining his respect.


Ground Deck - Season 2

3D Bonds Beyond Time

Record
Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Paradox Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time Win (with Yugi Muto and Jaden Yuki)

This Deck appears similar to his usual anime Deck,including, "Junk" monsters" and Synchro Summoning support. With this Deck Yusei, along with Jaden Yuki and Yugi Muto managed to defeat Paradox and save the world.


Ground Deck - 3D Bonds Beyond Time

Turbo Decks

Season 1 Deck

Record
Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Trudge 1 Win
Trudge 3 Win
Jack Atlas 4-5 No result
Trudge 11-12 Win
Hunter Pace 17 Win
Greiger 20-21 Win
Jack Atlas 25-26 Win
Sector Security 31 Win (with Crow Hogan)
Kalin Kessler 33-35 No result
Kalin Kessler 54-55 Win
Rex Goodwin 62-64 Win (with Jack Atlas & Crow Hogan)

With this Deck, Yusei managed to defeat Kalin Kessler as well as the leader of the Dark Signers, Rex Goodwin in order to save the world from the King of the Netherworld and the Earthbound Immortals. Yusei's First Season Deck is based around the "Junk" Archetype as well as various monsters from the Warrior Series such as "Speed Warrior" and "Fortress Warrior". He also uses an array of Trap Cards to protect his monsters from being destroyed by battle or by card effects, such as "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow".


Turbo Deck - Season 1

Season 2 Deck

Record
Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Ghost 65-66 Win
Sherry LeBlanc 71-72 No result
Jack Atlas 73 No result
Vizor 74 Win
Lawton 89-90 No result
Andre 96-97 No result
Andre 100 Win
Breo 100-101 Win
Jean 101-102 Win
Diablo 106 Win
Diablo 106 Win
Diablo 106 No result
Primo 108-110 Win
Taro Yamashita 121-122 Win
Harald 127-129 Win
Jakob/Aporia 133-137 Win
Antinomy 144-145 Win
Z-one 147-??? TBD


Within Yusei's World Racing Grand Prix Deck he added various additions in order to work with his teammates; Jack Atlas and Crow Hogan's strategies. With this Deck Yusei managed to win Team 5D's through the World Racing Grand Prix, defeat well known duel teams such as Team Unicorn and Team Ragnarok aswell as defeat Team New World and their original form Aporia which stopped Aporia from running rampant throughout New Domino City and harming innocent civillians. When Yusei learnt how to use Clear Mind, he had the addition of an Accel Synchro to his Deck, Shooting Star Dragon which has become his new ace monster as it has won him all of his WRGP duels. With this he has also had various additions to his Season 1 Deck such as additions to his Synchron archetype aswell as new Synchro Warriors such as Drill Warrior, Junk Destroyer and Junk Berserker. He also has various additions to his Junk archetype as well as a massive array of trap cards.

Season 2 - Turbo Deck

Evolving Duel Deck

Record
Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Jack Atlas SP1 Win

In the non-canon special episode, Evolving Duel! Stardust VS Red Demons, Yusei used a Turbo Deck that focused on "Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode".

Deck

3D Bonds Beyond Time

Record
Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Paradox Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time No result


Turbo Deck - 3D Bonds Beyond Time

Manga

Record
Opponent Ride(s) Outcome
Sect Injuin 1 Win
Skeleton Knight 2-4 Win
Jack Atlas 5-6 Lose
Greiger 9-11 Win
Hunter Pace 15-16 Win

Within the manga, Yusei's Deck is based more around the "Junk" archetype than his anime counterparts. He also uses various other Monster Cards which have appearances of tools or Warriors. He also uses an array of synchro warriors much like his anime counterpart but these ones don't require specific tuners.


Manga Turbo Deck

Video games

Stardust Accelerator

Stardust Awakened


Warriors Aligned


Stardust XLerator

Reverse of Arcadia

Rallying Warriors


Majestic Star


Speed Savior (Turbo Deck)

Over the Nexus

Rallying Warriors

Wheelie Breakers

Deck Type A


Deck Type B

Tag Force 4

Yusei Fudo 01


Yusei Fudo 02


Yusei Fudo 03

Tag Force 5

In his regular attire, Yusei uses star themed Decks.

  • His first Deck is "A Streaming Star" (流れる星, Nagareru Hoshi).
  • His second Deck is "A Shining Star" (輝く星, Kagayaku Hoshi).
  • His third Deck is "A New Star" (新たな星, Aratana Hoshi).
  • His fourth Deck is "Clustering Stars" (集いし星, Tsudoishi Hoshi).

In his poncho attire, he uses Scrap-Iron themed Decks.

  • His first Deck is "Scrap-Iron Town" (くず鉄の町, Kuzutetsu no Machi).
  • His second Deck is "Scrap-Iron Village" (くず鉄の村, Kuzutetsu no Mura).
  • His third Deck is "Scrap-Iron City" (くず鉄の都市, Kuzutetsu no Toshi).
  • His fourth Deck is "Scrap-Iron City of the Future" (くず鉄の未来都市, Kuzutetsu no Mirai Toshi).
A Streaming Star


A Shining Star


A New Star


Clustering Stars

Yu-Gi-Oh! Online

Power of Bonds

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Decade Duels

Deck

Duel Transer

Bond of Morning Star (Level 15)


Bond of Miracle (Level 25)

Duel Terminal

DT01


DT03

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 This card is sent from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard via the effect of "Tuning" in episode 27.
  2. He recovered this card during episode 14.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 This card was borrowed from a student and was present in his Deck only in episode 67.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 This card is not usually present in his Deck, but appears on top of it when the Crimson Dragon deems it necessary and the five Marks of the Dragon gather on him.
  5. This card can be seen in his hand in episode 1.
  6. 6.0 6.1 This card is sent from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard via the effect of Breo's "Voltic Bicorn" in episode 100.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 This card is sent from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard in episode 101.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 This card was borrowed for his duel against Z-one.
  9. This card can be seen in his hand in episode 73.
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