Special Episode: Pendulums, Back in Action

First off, I would like to say, this is this website’s 100th post! Yay!

That’s right, you read it correctly, just released is a special episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium! Read it here.

So Arc-V has been out in Japan for three weeks now. In order to celebrate, I’ve created this special episode. The goal of the episode is to integrate new concepts from Arc-V, such as Pendulum Monsters/Summoning, Action Duels, and the new Genryuu type.

In this episode, in the aftermath of the World of Duel Tournament, a new pro-dueling star is rising. His name is Jean Foucault and his quest is to reintroduce the Action Duel and Pendulum Monsters to the world of dueling. Jean challenges Yuni, the newly crowned King of Games, to an exhibition Action Duel. How will Yuni fare in this duel, one of a type that is completely foreign to him?

Just so you guys know, I’ll be taking a short seasonal break for the next two or so weeks, but stick around, because I still might make a couple of posts here.

Until next time, duel on!

Episode 77: Inner Demons Part 3

The final episode of Season 3: Guardian of the Balance is out now! Don’t miss this epic episode, found here!

The end is near! Yuni, after realizing that reducing Oblivion’s life points to zero isn’t enough to defeat him, must launch an all-out assault in order to win. It’s do or die for Yuni in what could possibly be the most important duel of his life. Can Yuni face the End of the World, and come out victorious? And don’t miss the end of this episode, were everything about Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium will change forever!

Also, in order to celebrate the new show, Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V, I’ve updated the Yu-Gi-Oh! Timeline with preliminary events from the show, such as the introduction of Pendulum Monsters and Action Duels.

Until next time, duel on!

Episode 75: Inner Demons Part 1

Episode 75, the first of the three part finale event of Season 3: Guardian of the Balance, is out now! Make sure to read it here!

Yuni’s parents, Apep, Zenith, and Brutus have all fallen to Oblivion’s dark powers. Now, in the final duel of World of Duel Tournament, Yuni finally faces the Dark Lord for the title of King of Games and the fate of the world. Yuni, utilizing his full powers of Chaos,attacks Oblivion relentlessly, but is it enough?

Until next time, duel on!

Episode 74 Review

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And so Brutus also succumbs to the might of Oblivion. The primary purpose of this episode was to demonstrate that Oblivion, as strong as he might be, is not unstoppable. In this episode Oblivion used a second Darkness Evolution monster, making him the first character besides Ruin and Scourge to have more than one such monster. A true first is the fact that Brutus did not once use his Brutal Massive Dragon. This is the first duel that Brutus has taken part in that didn’t feature his favorite monster. And with Brutus and Zenith both gone, the stage is now set for the epic finale of Season 3, coming soon.

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Until next time, duel on!

Episodes 72 and 73 Review

First off, for anyone who didn’t get yesterday’s post, April Fools! That card sucks.

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These episodes featured yet another one of the first duels that I planned. Seto’s fall to Darkness and Yuni’s ascension to being the Lord of Chaos came partly due to my plans for these episode. These episodes also harkened back to the original Yu-Gi-Oh, when Yugi and Kaiba dueled in the Battle City Finals and fought their Egyptian God Cards against each other. Then to the mighty monsters destroyed each others, and the two rivals were forced into using both their ace cards and their upgrades.

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Until next time, duel on!