Episode 124: Duel of Legends

Sorry, this would have been published yesterday, but do to problems with fanfiction.net, I couldn’t post. Make sure to read it here.

Having split into their own group, Isfet leads Seto, Critias, and Celestia to find and recruit the Priest Seto. While they’re at it, Seto challenges his Egyptian countepart to a ceremonial duel.

Until next time, duel on!


Episode 114: Yesterday’s Today

Make sure to read episode 114 here.

Having escaped the doomed Earth and flown into space, Cosmo and Celestia now lead Yuni and Seto to an unnamed planet, on which is located a device of incredible power. This power could possibly mean the salvation of the galaxy.

Until next time, duel on!

Episode 113 Review

And with this episode, just as it has for Earth, the beginning of the end has arrived for Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium. It was a fairly simple episode, so I really don’t have much to talk about. Back before I started writing, when the entire series was still in planning, this was one of the original episode ideas I came up with. Of course, back then it was completely different. Cosmo and Celestia had yet to be conceived, and the plot involved no space travel. Really, the only thing that stick was Otto beginning his master plan.

Until next time, duel on!

Episode 103: Emergence Part 1

Look for episode 103 here.

Zenith leads Yuni and the rest of the group to a special lab in order to purge himself and Brutus of their invasive Mind Partners, but all does not go according to plan.  Meanwhile, Trope leads a strike team of Chaos to rescue Cosmo and Celestia, but encounter more resistance than expected.

Until next time, duel on!

Episode 84 and 85 Review

I have no idea why, but I completely forgot to do the reviews last night. Better late than never.

Let’s start this off with a confession. The Astromancer monsters used by Kern were based off of famous astronomers and astrophysicists. One minor one mentioned, but not used was Astromancer Holloman. There is no famous astronomer/astrophysicist with the name Holloman. That’s my name. When I grow up, I want to be an astrophysicist, so I thought it might be fun to throw my name in there.

Now for the normal review. These episodes primary focus was to bring Kodane in as a more important character to the series. Up until now he’s only tagged along with Seto. He might have been a plot device, but he wasn’t really a character, until now. Also, I gave Kodane a Toon deck, which I thought was fitting, since he’s a child. At first I was against the idea, since Toon monsters are shown to be so powerful in the original series, but eventually I decided that that could make it even more interesting. He’s playing with a very powerful deck, but he’s not the best at it. A quick note on the Toon cards I made, I never really got why Toons were based off of cartoons, but were supported by a book, so I made TV themed Toon support. An interesting thing to note, between these episodes, and the ones where Seto and Celestia dueled, we actually know a lot more about Prince Seto than we do about Prince Yu-Gi-Oh. This was completely unintentional on my part.

Until next time, duel on!

Season 4/Episode 78: Prelude to Invasion

That’s right, at long last Season 4: Invasion of Light is now out! Find this new story here!

In this season, Yuni and Yugi face a war on two fronts. On one side, the invading New Yugohan Empire, intent on conquering Earth. The other, an organization known as the League of Light, intent on destroying the Balance of Chaos.

In the first episode, a new threat appears. Celestia and Cosmo are abducted by aliens! Now it is up to Yuni to face off against one of these New Yugohans and rescue them.

Until next time, duel on!

The New World Order

Now for the third booster pack of Season 3

Name: The New World Order

Abbreviation: TNWO

Cover Card: Divine Dragon of the New Order – Neo-Eunomia

Spans Episodes: 62-69

Introduces the following archetypes: Celestial Grace

Also includes the following archetypes: Cyber-Tech, Lord of D., Plasma, Cosmic, and Order

Includes cards used by: Yuni Oha, The Lord of D., Seto Ossius, Celestia, and Ma’at