Armed Dragon

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This article is about the archetype. For the manga card whose Japanese name is "Armed Dragon", see "Armored Dragon".
Armed Dragon
"Armed Dragon LV3" and "Armed Dragon LV5" in the artwork of "Level Change".
"Armed Dragon LV3" and "Armed Dragon LV5" in the artwork of "Level Change".
Japanese
  • アームド・ドラゴン
  • Āmudo Doragon (romanized)

Chinese
  • 武裝龍
  • Wǔzhuānglóng (pinyin)
  • Mou5 zong1 lung4 (jyutping)
  • Armed Dragon (translated)

French
  • Dragon Armé

German
  • Bewaffneter Drache

Italian
  • Drago Armato

Korean
  • 암드 드래곤
  • Amdeu Deuraegon (romanized)

Portuguese
  • Dragão Armado

Spanish
  • Dragón Armado

Other names التنّين المُسلّح
Arabic


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Anime appearances

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"Armed Dragon" (アームド・ドラゴン, Āmudo Doragon) is an archetype of monsters, used by Chazz Princeton, that were introduced in Soul of the Duelist. They are related to the "A-to-Z" series through "Armed Dragon Catapult Cannon" and the "Ojama" archetype through "Ojamatch" and "Ojama Pajama", a reference to Chazz having played the three alongside each other in the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime.

The majority of the archetype's members are WIND Dragon "LV" monsters. Originally a series, the archetype did not have support until "Duelist Pack: Legend Duelist 2" with the aforementioned "Ojamatch".

"Hardened Armed Dragon" is not part of the archetype due to its Japanese name, 「ハードアームドラゴン」, not containing 「アームド・ドラゴン」.

In the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime, Chazz obtains these cards while at North Academy, shortly after obtaining "Ojama Yellow", and uses them throughout many of his further appearances throughout the series.

In the artwork of "Dracocension" it is shown that "Dark Armed Dragon" was transformed into "Metaphys Armed Dragon" by it, which is currently the only Wyrm member of the Armed Dragon archetype.

"Armed Dragon LV7" appears as a character in World Championship 2006 and in World Championship 2007, "Armed Dragon LV10" appears in World Championship 2007 and in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Arena, and "Dark Armed Dragon" appears in World Championship 2009.

Playing style[edit]

The original "Armed Dragon" series focused on sending cards from the hand to the Graveyard to destroy monsters on the field. Depending on the ATK of the monster sent, certain monsters could be destroyed while others were not. "Armed Dragon LV10", being the strongest, simply destroys all face-up monsters regardless of their ATK and any card could be sent from the hand to the Graveyard, rather than only monsters, as was the case with the lesser forms.

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