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19 March 2017 - 09:29 AM

(I guess I just showed up this past week from nowhere without an introduction. lol)

Hi, I'm who they call Fruiota Hiroshi. (It's not exactly my real name.) Clearly, I'm a fan of YGO, because I otherwise wouldn't be here. I also enjoy other anime, including Gurren Lagann, Dragon Ball, and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, to name a few.

In real life, I have 15 custom decks:
List of Decks

I think I'll be active on here for a while, so if it's going to be anything like this past week, then it's going to be fun. :D

Gurren Lagann-themed Cards (with some Batman)

15 March 2017 - 09:27 PM

I'm gonna be honest, Gurren Lagann is my favorite anime. I couldn't help but make a bunch of cards based on the series, especially a lot of the mechs used in it. Their effects (if they have any) are at least partially based on the series.

Random Monsters


Gurren" and "Lagann" Monsters

Spells and Traps

Batman-related cards (for the lolz)

I know it might be a lot to take in, but how did I do?

Uno Synchron

14 March 2017 - 01:09 PM

I'm a fan of 5D's, particularly of the Accel Synchro Summoning used in it. I have also always wondered why there isn't a Level 1 Synchro Monster (other than the obvious fact that you can't Synchro Summon such a monster).





Uno Synchron

Level 1

LIGHT Machine / Synchro / Tuner / Effect
100 ATK / 100 DEF
You can Special Summon this card (from your Extra Deck) by sending one face-up Level 1 Tuner monster from your field to the graveyard (this is treated as a Synchro Summon). During your opponent's Main Phase, you can: Immediately after this effect resolves, Synchro Summon 1 Synchro Monster, using Materials including this card you control (this is a Quick Effect).


Summoning this card is almost like Synchro Summoning with only one monster, except that it doesn't have to be a Tuner. I admittedly copied the effect to Syncho Summon during your opponent's turn from Accel Synchron and Formula Synchron for the same reason that they have that effect. It can't be Tributed because there would be no point to doing so anyway; you could have Tributed the monster that was on your field beforehand instead of this card.

The World Martial Arts Tournament from the Dragon Ball franchise

14 March 2017 - 11:26 AM

I've been watching a lot of Dragon Ball recently, and one of the coolest aspects of it is the World Martial Arts Tournament, where the best fighters in the world gather and fight in one-on-one matches in a bracket system until only one remains. I decided to adapt the rules of it into a Yu-Gi-Oh! card, and I think it fits nicely with the current game.




The World Martial Arts Tournament

Field Spell
Neither player can control more than one monster. (If either player controls two or more monsters when this card is activated, they choose one and send the rest to the graveyard.) Neither player can declare a direct attack. Neither player can take battle damage or effect damage from another card. When a monster is destroyed by battle: the player who controlled it takes 1000 damage.


The effect regarding the number of monsters is based on the fact that the battles are meant to be one-on-one. The inability to attack directly is based on the "no killing" rule, as is the effect regarding battle and effect damage. Naturally, I needed to balance that out, so a player who controls a monster that's destroyed by battle takes 1000 damage, which makes sense considering it's supposed to be a battle where one fighter either knocks their opponent out of the ring or makes them go unconscious.