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Yu GI Oh 5D's blog week 2
September 3, 2008 by YGO4Kids
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s is coming. The future of dueling is revving up! And with it brings a new legend! Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s!


Welcome to Neo Domino City, once the playground to legendary duelist Yugi Moto, this sprawling metropolis has since been transformed into a futuristic society where dueling has kicked into overdrive. With recent technological advancements made by the Kaiba Coporation, dueling has undergone a metamorphosis that has revolutionized the make-up and pace of the game of duel monsters and changed it into a heart pounding, adrenaline filled, fuel injected competition where duelist ride supercharged hyper cycles called Duel Runners and battle it out in hi-octane contests called “Turbo Duels.” Now the winners and losers aren’t just separated by skill and strength… but by SPEED!

For five special duelists though, it’s not just about winning or losing anymore – it’s about survival, for they are the chosen “signers” who have been marked by destiny to uncover the secrets of the five dragons!

With new cards, new players, and new adventures, you’d better start your engines and get set to duel! Stay tuned… because in the upcoming weeks and months we will be bringing you new cards, monsters, characters, and much, much more!

Stop by next week to get another glimpse into the world of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s.

And remember, the new show premieres September 13th on The CW4Kids!




Jack Atlas

Yusei Fudo



Yu GI Oh 5D's blog week 1
August 20, 2008 by YGO4Kids
Welcome to the first installment of the Yu-Gi-Oh blog!

There have been two Yu-Gi-Oh series so far: The first was “Yu-Gi-Oh!” and the second series was entitled “Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.” To catch everyone up to speed and to get ready for the third installment of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Series, “Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s,” we are bringing you everything you need to know about Yu-Gi-Oh past, present, and future.



Meet Yugi, an eager young freshman at Domino High School. Yugi and his best friends, Joey, Tristan, and Tea, share a love of a cool, new game that's sweeping the nation...Duel Monsters! In this card-battling game, players pit different mystical creatures against one another in action-packed, high-intensity duels.

But, with its roots in ancient Egypt, there's more to this game than meets the eye! And when Yugi solves an old Egyptian puzzle, infusing him with the energy of an ancient spirit, this seemingly innocent game becomes a battle for survival!

Giant monsters! Powerful magic! Ancient Egyptian legends! It's time to duel!



Taking place several years after the previous Yu-Gi-Oh! series, GX is set in a "Duel Monsters" boarding school where pencils and books are replaced by Duel Disks and monster cards! It is here that game designers in training and future dueling champions train to master the now legendary card game known as Duel Monsters.

The students are separated into three dorms, depending on their grades and dueling skills. The best students are in "Obelisk Blue," the intermediate students are in "Ra Yellow," and the beginners are placed in "Slifer Red." These dorms are named after the three Egyptian God Cards.

So what is this game everyone is playing? Below is a basic guide to the game play featured throughout the Yu-Gi-Oh series.

To get you started, here’s everything you need to know to complete a basic duel. After you read this, there are other more advanced tips that you can check out online.

Get ready, get set, duel!

Each player starts with 8,000 Life Points. The object of the game is to attack your opponent enough so that they run out of Life Points, when that happens, you win! Each player starts out with five cards. The player who goes first cannot attack on the first turn. Each player alternates turns and each turn has six (6) Phases: Phase One – Draw one card from your deck. Phase Two – Standby phase (this phase is only used when a card talks about it) Phase Three – This is when you can Summon or Set your Monsters! You can also play your Spell and Trap Cards in this phase. Phase Four – This is the battle phase and when you make all of your attacks. Phase Five – In this phase you can play more Spell & Trap Cards after you attack. However, if you haven’t Summoned a monster yet this turn, you cannot play more Spell & Trap Cards. Phase Six – The end phase is when your turn is over. It is now your opponent’s turn.

During each turn you can choose to Set a monster or Normal Summon it. To set a monster in defense mode, you must lay it horizontally face down. This will protect your Life Points from attacking monsters. To Normal Summon a monster in attack position, place your card face up, vertically. Normal Summon cards can attack the Life Points of your opponent. You can also Special Summon a card, which allows you to summon a monster with a higher Level than four and does not count against your Set or Normal Summon. Also, note that you can set your Spell Cards and Trap Cards face down if you want to use them to surprise your competition later during the duel. Once an attack has been made on another monster, the attack points are compared – this is called calculating damage – and the winning monster is determined. If your monster’s attack points are greater than your opponent’s defense points, his or her monster is destroyed and sent to the Graveyard part of the Game Mat. If the points of both monsters are equal, nothing happens, if your opponent’s appoints are greater, then you take the difference in damage to your Life Points. If your opponent does not have any monsters on the board, and you attack, the opponent is attacked directly by your monster and loses Life Points based on how many attack points your monster has.

The Cards: Monster cards – Are used to attack your opponents Life Points in hopes of getting them down to zero to win the game. Each monster card has stars on it, the more stars, the stronger the monster is. Each player is allowed to play a Level four monster or below each turn. Those with a higher Level, require tributes, voluntarily sending one of your monsters to the Graveyard to Normal Summon a Level five or six monster. If you want to Summon anything higher (seven or above) you must Tribute two monsters. Yellow cards are Normal Monsters and Orange cards are Effect Monsters, which have special abilities. Spell Cards – Are Green cards you can use during each turn to cast different types of effects. To use one just follow the instructions on each card. Trap Cards – Are Purple cards and can be laid face down during any turn, however, it can only be used after this turn is complete.



Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s is coming. The future of dueling is revving up! And with it brings a new legend! Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s!

Welcome to Neo Domino City, once the playground to legendary duelist Yugi Moto, this sprawling metropolis has since been transformed into a futuristic society where dueling has kicked into overdrive. With recent technological advancements made by the Kaiba Coporation, dueling has undergone a metamorphosis that has revolutionized the make-up and pace of the game of duel monsters and changed it into a heart pounding, adrenaline filled, fuel injected competition where duelist ride supercharged hyper cycles called Duel Runners and battle it out in hi-octane contests called “Turbo Duels.” Now the winners and losers aren’t just separated by skill and strength… but by SPEED!

For five special duelists though, it’s not just about winning or losing anymore – it’s about survival, for they are the chosen “signers” who have been marked by destiny to uncover the secrets of the five dragons!

With new cards, new players, and new adventures, you’d better start your engines and get set to duel! Stay tuned… because in the upcoming weeks and months we will be bringing you new cards, monsters, characters, and much, much more!

To start we would like to introduce the main characters of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s: Yusei Fudo and Jack Atlas!





Stop by next week to get another glimpse into the world of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s.

And remember, the new show premieres September 13th on The CW4Kids!

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