Why didn't Joey and Tristan throw Weevil overboard?
>for a story based on mystery-solving
That would be murder.
i know that weevil and the dinosaur guy were supposed to bumbling fools but is too much to ask for him to know how to swim? that would be a decent way to write him off television for a couple episodes too
Well I mean realistically speaking if you're out in the ocean at night without a wet suit, if hypothermia doesn't kill you your muscles will stiffen and cramp and you'll drown.
Kind of unfortunate that he's playing a card game then
but something on the line of "I want to be on the same level as all the other competitors" or "running an OTK in my deck is for fucking losers"
>bringing a gun to willy wonka's card game bonanza
Reminder that Yugi thought a girl liked him but she was really in love with the Egyptian man living inside his necklace and wanted him to be bodyjacked.
Its fine Yugi will fuck Rebecca and go on cool archaeology adventures with her like his entire family.
Anzu will probably get knocked up in college and have to give up her dreams of being a dancing whore.
>implying she won't just fuck one of her backup men
My favorite scene in the manga is when Kaiba create a Saw like dungeon to kill Yugi and his friends that included Honda baby nephew to get revenge because he was defeated in a card game that he cheated and broadcasted it to the world.
I like the part where the yoyo thugs literally try to lynch a nigga
Something I always wondered. Yugi had a 40 card deck, but then Weevil threw away 5 of his cards. How could Yugi participate in the tournament if he had less cards than the minimum required by the rules?
He's not above physical damage, or outright murder.
>you a kid
>rerun of this episode on tv
>suddenly nobody at school lets you see their cards
season 0 was mostly not cardgames but just "games"
"games" that ended in some sort of penalty for the player involving fire or electricity or blindness or getting stung by a lethal scorpion
oh yeah, that game was probably one of the shittiest though
I assume the dragon cardgame existed before the shpw, otherwise they were just throwing too much information and I didn't care
Takahashi loves Devilman and there's an ongoing reboot, Devilman G, where Amon kill Akira on the first chapter and Miki is totally cool with it because Amon is so cool and dreamy. It's like a Devilman fanfiction written by Anzu
I personally recommend reading the manga for the full uncesored version as originally intended by Takahashi. Both anime make a lot of changes and the manga is pretty much the only way to enjoy the full story.
>watching 4kids dubs
The YGO anime in general is a shit adaptation. Just read the manga.
I've enjoyed what I read of Gamble Fish
mostly involves gambling games but has extended to manhunts or pool as well.
To my recollection no one has been actually killed as a result of the games but goddamn it's not for lack of trying
>It also has some of the cutest fucking girls in the lewdest fucking situations you can ask for
Fucking gamble fish.
Remember the poison game played over a fucking volcano or some shit and it ended with the MC seducing the shit out of the opponent?
>goblin teacher has the power to confine students in a prison-like facility and keep them as slaves
>forced some of them into prostitution
I remember the manga from when I was younger. It was actually my first, as I was really into yugioh at the time. Looking back, worked out better than it would of if it was card game manga.
So I'm not the only one to notice the resemblence then?
Because it didn't exist in the Japanese version. The English Dub is a fucking mess of a story. The original wasn't anything to write at home about but it was at least coherent even if mundane (which is probably why the dub changed it). The whole series was basically "Other Yugi looks for his memories". It was never about saving the world or anything no matter what the dub tried to turn the story into. Seriously, the dub is almost a whole different anime.
The other yugi cheated, tho.
They even admit this fact in the last episodes, atem was able to get the card he wanted.
Midget Yugi truly was the king of games, because he defeated the other yugi without cheating.
>>Midget Yugi truly was the king of games, because he defeated the other yugi without cheating.
>implying Yami didn't let him win so Yugi would have the confidence to live without leaning on Yami
If Yami BTFO Yugi in the final duel, Yugi would hang himself in a month.
Different cultures. Weevil wears thick glasses, which in Japan clearly marks him as a cram school student, and thus of a higher class than slackers like Yugi who spend all their time playing card games. Bullying hierarchy in Japan is based around scholastic success and not physical strength, which is why Weevil is the one always bullying them.
Not the guy but the first time I saw yugioh was with the names changed. Besides watching the abridged series didn't help and now I usually mention those characters with their american names, same with GX.
The anime adaptation it's his own thing. You should look the anime that way.
He didn't let him win. That miss the point of the whole ending, big yugi didn't had a problem with staying with yugi, but small yugi knew he belong to other time, and a spirit shouldn't came back from the grave, that's why the last scene is Atem using monster reborn and midget yugi not allowing to play the card. And Atem in his mind is happy that Yugi beat him fair and square, he even knew yugi was good enough to defeat his gods cards, so he made a plan in case that happen.
No, fuck all her wasted potential. They always gave her nothing but stupid filler bullshit duels. Granted, that happened with most of GX's side characters, but her episodes were the worst of the bunch.
Even in the
much bettermanga she only gets like two cheap duels
he was able to draw whatever card he wanted from his deck, but he wasn't able to make cards that wasn't in his deck appear.
Besides Big yugi could had done the same thing after defeated pegasus, but you know that would be boring and repetitive, also big yugi lost before, against this literally who called Raphael.
Remember that fucking duel where Yugi made Marik draw his entire goddamn deck and lose by default?
>TFW I made that image.
Knock yourself out with the original
Yep. I also remember how small yugi used a similar trick on big yugi in the final duel to defeat the gods, by making Osiris use his special effect against them.
Both pulled some weird tricks that could only work in the show.
The main difference being the pharaon knowing what card he was about to draw.
>actually having sex or being sexually attracted to anything other than a dragon