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'''Machine''' ({{Ruby|機|き}}{{Ruby|械|かい}} ''Kikai'') monsters are powerful, and in some cases, fearsome to face in battle. They rely on high [[ATK]] as well as a variety of powerful effects, and they have some of the strongest [[Fusion Monster]]s in the ''[[OCG]]''/''[[TCG]]'', that can be made even more powerful with the ATK-doubling ability of "[[Power Bond]]", "[[Cybernetic Zone]]", or "[[Limiter Removal]]". Most Machine monsters have [[DARK]], [[EARTH]], or [[LIGHT]] [[Attribute]]s. In the [[Yu-Gi-Oh! (anime)]] first season, they have the special [[Card effect|ability]] of immunity against all type of [[Spell Card|magic]] and [[Spellcaster]] attacks. Their general strategy varies, but they often have the ability to negate the effects of specific opposing cards and/or destroy them. Machine monsters also have four of their own [[Structure Deck]]s: ''[[Structure Deck: Machine Re-Volt|Machine Re-Volt]]'', ''[[Machina Mayhem Structure Deck|Machina Mayhem]],'' ''[[Cyber Dragon Revolution Structure Deck|Cyber Dragon Revolution]]'', and ''[[Geargia Rampage Structure Deck]]''.  
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'''Machine''' ({{Ruby|機|き}}{{Ruby|械|かい}} ''Kikai'') monsters are powerful, and in some cases, fearsome to face in battle. They rely on high [[ATK]] as well as a variety of powerful effects, and they have some of the strongest [[Fusion Monster]]s in the ''[[OCG]]''/''[[TCG]]'', that can be made even more powerful with the ATK-doubling ability of "[[Power Bond]]", "[[Cybernetic Zone]]", or "[[Limiter Removal]]". Most Machine monsters have [[DARK]], [[EARTH]], or [[LIGHT]] [[Attribute]]s. In the [[Yu-Gi-Oh! (anime)]] first season, they have the special [[Card effect|ability]] of immunity against all type of [[Spell Card|magic]] and [[Spellcaster]] attacks. Their general strategy varies, but they often have the ability to negate the effects of specific opposing cards and/or destroy them. Machine monsters also have five of their own [[Structure Deck]]s: ''[[Structure Deck: Machine Re-Volt|Machine Re-Volt]]'', ''[[Machina Mayhem Structure Deck|Machina Mayhem]],'' ''[[Cyber Dragon Revolution Structure Deck|Cyber Dragon Revolution]]'', ''[[Geargia Rampage Structure Deck]]'', and ''[[Structure Deck R: Machiners Command]]''.
  
 
Some of the numerous Machine [[archetype]]s include: "[[Jinzo (archetype)|Jinzo]]", "[[Ancient Gear (archetype)|Ancient Gear]]", "[[Cyber Dragon (archetype)|Cyber Dragon]]", "[[Cyberdark]]", "[[Gadget]]", "[[Geargia]]", "[[B.E.S.]]", "[[Vehicroid]]", "[[Ally of Justice]]", "[[Machina]]", "[[Karakuri]]", "[[Symphonic Warrior]]", "[[Gimmick Puppet]]", "[[Mecha Phantom Beast]]", "[[Meklord]]" (which has the "[[Meklord Emperor]]" and "[[Meklord Army]]" sub-archetypes), "[[Superheavy Samurai]]", "[[Speedroid]]", "[[Qliphort]]", "[[Crystron]]", "[[Orcust]]", and "[[Infinitrack]]".
 
Some of the numerous Machine [[archetype]]s include: "[[Jinzo (archetype)|Jinzo]]", "[[Ancient Gear (archetype)|Ancient Gear]]", "[[Cyber Dragon (archetype)|Cyber Dragon]]", "[[Cyberdark]]", "[[Gadget]]", "[[Geargia]]", "[[B.E.S.]]", "[[Vehicroid]]", "[[Ally of Justice]]", "[[Machina]]", "[[Karakuri]]", "[[Symphonic Warrior]]", "[[Gimmick Puppet]]", "[[Mecha Phantom Beast]]", "[[Meklord]]" (which has the "[[Meklord Emperor]]" and "[[Meklord Army]]" sub-archetypes), "[[Superheavy Samurai]]", "[[Speedroid]]", "[[Qliphort]]", "[[Crystron]]", "[[Orcust]]", and "[[Infinitrack]]".
  
Notable Machine [[series]] include: "[[Cycler]]", "[[Konami Arcade Games|Gradius]]", "[[Machine King (series)|Machine King]]", "[[Gun Dragon]]", and "[[A-to-Z]]".
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Notable Machine [[series]] include: [[Train]], [[A-to-Z]], [[Cycler]], [[Konami Arcade Games|Gradius]], [[Machine King (series)|Machine King]], and [[Gun Dragon]].
  
 
Due to their relative commodity, they are used by many characters in the anime and manga. Some of the more notable characters include [[Bandit Keith]], [[Vellian Crowler]], [[Syrus Truesdale]], [[Zane Truesdale]], [[Leo]], [[Aporia]], [[Gong Strong]], and [[Yugo]].
 
Due to their relative commodity, they are used by many characters in the anime and manga. Some of the more notable characters include [[Bandit Keith]], [[Vellian Crowler]], [[Syrus Truesdale]], [[Zane Truesdale]], [[Leo]], [[Aporia]], [[Gong Strong]], and [[Yugo]].

Latest revision as of 04:13, 10 February 2020

This article is about the Type. For the archetype known as "Machine" in Japan, see "Meklord". For the card part, see "Machine" (card part).
Machine

Machine
Machine

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かい

Japanese (ruby)

きかい

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機械

Japanese (romanized)

Kikai

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Machine

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Machine (かい Kikai) monsters are powerful, and in some cases, fearsome to face in battle. They rely on high ATK as well as a variety of powerful effects, and they have some of the strongest Fusion Monsters in the OCG/TCG, that can be made even more powerful with the ATK-doubling ability of "Power Bond", "Cybernetic Zone", or "Limiter Removal". Most Machine monsters have DARK, EARTH, or LIGHT Attributes. In the Yu-Gi-Oh! (anime) first season, they have the special ability of immunity against all type of magic and Spellcaster attacks. Their general strategy varies, but they often have the ability to negate the effects of specific opposing cards and/or destroy them. Machine monsters also have five of their own Structure Decks: Machine Re-Volt, Machina Mayhem, Cyber Dragon Revolution, Geargia Rampage Structure Deck, and Structure Deck R: Machiners Command.

Some of the numerous Machine archetypes include: "Jinzo", "Ancient Gear", "Cyber Dragon", "Cyberdark", "Gadget", "Geargia", "B.E.S.", "Vehicroid", "Ally of Justice", "Machina", "Karakuri", "Symphonic Warrior", "Gimmick Puppet", "Mecha Phantom Beast", "Meklord" (which has the "Meklord Emperor" and "Meklord Army" sub-archetypes), "Superheavy Samurai", "Speedroid", "Qliphort", "Crystron", "Orcust", and "Infinitrack".

Notable Machine series include: Train, A-to-Z, Cycler, Gradius, Machine King, and Gun Dragon.

Due to their relative commodity, they are used by many characters in the anime and manga. Some of the more notable characters include Bandit Keith, Vellian Crowler, Syrus Truesdale, Zane Truesdale, Leo, Aporia, Gong Strong, and Yugo.

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