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Welcome to Yugipedia!
Yugipedia is a free repository on all aspects of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise that anyone can edit. We've been around since May 26, 2005 — and in that time we've assembled a lot of information about the cards and other aspects of the Yu-Gi-Oh! phenomenon. See the news section for dates of upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG and OCG product releases, as well as anime air dates and manga book release dates.
There are a lot of characters in this long-running franchise. Here are some of the characters from the current show, Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS.
Wanna know more about the kinds of information you can find here? Here's a breakdown of the 39,494 cards we're cataloguing, stat fans:
You should also know that much of the information on this wiki initially came from other Yu-Gi-Oh! communities, and that many of these have since united at ygorganization.com.
This set includes new members/support for the "Archfiend", "B.E.S.", "Borrel", "Charmer", "Dinowrestler", "Familiar-Possessed", "Fortune Lady", "Reptilianne", "Salamangreat", "Witchcrafter", and "Yosenju" archetypes, as well as the Trap Monster series. Two new archetypes, "Marincess" and "Tenyi", were introduced. It also introduces the first support for the "Simorgh" archetype.
The TCG version includes members/support for the "Dragunity", "Endymion", "F.A.", and "Number" archetypes, as well as the White series. It also introduced a new archetype, "Dream Mirror", and a new rarity; Alternate Rare.
The importance of connections humans have, and the absolute AIs seek... reaffirming their respective ideals, Playmaker and Ai unleash their remaining power to end their battle once and for all. What future will their Duel arrive at?