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Some articles have Vimeo videos embedded in them. What actually happened, and who should have claimed victory? In the th and final episode of the series, “The True Graduation Duel!
Yugi is the original protagonist, giving him many nostalgia points, and the original series had a much better English dub than GX’s garbage translation. The following confrontation results in one of Yu-Gi-Oh’s most controversial matches.
You can use this to streamline signing up for, or signing in to your Hubpages account. To help Yugi win. Remember that when Jaden plays Hero’s Guild, which lets both players draw a card and summon it if it’s a warrior-type jkdai, Jaden draws Neo-Spacian Grand Mole—one of the few non-warriors in his deck. Yugi Gets Way Too Lucky I understand card judao by nature have a luck element, and the anime tends to give the characters exactly what they need when they need it.
Since jhdai cards are generally better, the most recent hero would likely win a “real” duel. During Arc V, I was disappointed that other characters from the dimensions weren’t featured With the exception of Jack and Crow and even the ones who were acted more like obstacles, though that argument is not really applicable to Crow.
As bad as these are, they can’t compare to Card of Sanctity. But if we’re using anime logic, they’d probably have Yugi triumph since he has to uphold his reputation as the King of Games. Who do you think deserved the win? Yugi vs Jaden—What Actually Happened We’ll examine the intricacies of the duel in a bit, but the end result of the match isn’t made clear—the scene cuts to Jaden leaving for new horizons, thanking Yugi for helping him regain his enjoyment of dueling.
I would enjoy seeing some kind of “Battle City” situation with the YuGiOh protagonists, maybe make it happen with some Arc V dimension explanation. No data is shared unless you engage with this feature. If all Yu-Gi-Oh protagonists dueled, who would win?
Google provides ad serving technology and runs an ad network. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. I understand card games by nature have a luck element, and the anime tends to give the characters exactly what they need when they need it. However, a thorough analysis indicates that Yugi likely would have won. Questions must be on-topic, written with proper grammar usage, and understandable to a wide audience.
Jaden doesn’t use a mill strategy where reducing your opponent’s deck could be beneficial —this card actively works against Jaden, especially when it ends up sending Yugi’s Archfiend of Gilfer to the graveyard by the way, another lucky stroke on Yugi’s part.
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Yugi uses Mirror Force and Magic Cylinder, both impressive traps that were limited inwhen the episode debuted. Some fans contend that facing Dimitri wasn’t the same as facing Gl despite the cards not changing, but I disagree—as long as Dimitri wielded Yugi’s deck list to its full effect which he didYugi couldn’t have performed better himself.
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