List of unseen cards

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This page lists cards that have been mentioned, but have not been shown in any Yu-Gi-Oh! media. This most often happens when a card is mentioned by a character or listed in the effect of another card.

In the manga and anime, cards may be used without showing the physical card itself being seen; for example, monsters are often Summoned without its corresponding Monster Card being seen. Such cases are not considered to be within the scope of this page.

Manga[edit]

Yu-Gi-Oh![edit]

"Dark Knight" and "White Knight"[edit]

Main articles: Dark Knight and White Knight (card)

During an explanation of the Types of Magic Users in Duel Monsters, "Dark Knight" and "White Knight" were listed as examples of Black Magic and White Magic respectively.[1]

"Zombie"[edit]

Main article: Zombie (card)

"Zombie" was a card used by Katsuya Jonouchi in the manga, which was defeated by Yugi Mutou's "Blackland Fire Dragon", causing Jonouchi to take 500 damage.

However, it is seen in the Toei anime.

"Blonde Wave"[edit]

When Mai was reciting the cards Ryuzaki drew from the top of her Deck without looking, one of them was called "Blonde Wave" (ブロンドウェーブ, Burondo Wēbu).[2]

"Ultimate Perfect Great Moth"[edit]

"Ultimate Perfect Great Moth" was the final form of "Larvae Moth". Insector Haga planned on using it against Dark Yugi, but it prematurely emerged as "Great Moth".

The card has been released in other media, where its English name is "Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth".

Yu-Gi-Oh! R[edit]

"Puppet Bishop" and "Puppet Knight"[edit]

These Monster Cards are mentioned in the card text of "Promotion" as cards that can be Summoned with that card's effect by Tributing a "Puppet Pawn". Their names are presumably prefixed by "Puppet" (since all other cards named in the card text are prefixed by Puppet despite not being so on the card text), though they are only referred to as Bishop (ビショップ, Bishoppu) and Knight (ナイト, Naito) on the card.[3]

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX[edit]

"Fox Token"[edit]

Main article: Fox Token (manga)

This token is listed in the lore of "Nine-Tailed Fox", but it was not Summoned.

These Tokens are still Summoned by "Nine-Tailed Fox" in the OCG, although no Token Cards have been printed for them. In video games (such as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links), they use the same artwork as "Nine-Tailed Fox".

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL[edit]

"Thunder Mountain" and "Rolling Thunder"[edit]

Main articles: Thunder Mountain and Rolling Thunder

These two monsters were Summoned, then immediately Tributed by Thunder Spark for the effect of "Spirit Converter". They never appear in the frame.[4]

Anime[edit]

Yu-Gi-Oh![edit]

Fusion of "Eye of Timaeus" and "Poison Butterfly"[edit]

Yami Yugi attempted to fuse "Eye of Timaeus" and "Poison Butterfly", but it did not work, because Yami Yugi had lost Timaeus's trust by playing "The Seal of Orichalcos".[5]

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX[edit]

"Ojamachine Green" and "Ojamachine Black"[edit]

"Ojamachine Green" (おジャマシーン・グリーン, Ojamashīn Gurīn) and "Ojamachine Black" (おジャマシーン・ブラック, Ojamashīn Burakku) are mentioned in the card text of "Mecha Ojama King". Nothing is known about them, apart from the fact that they can be Summoned by the effect of "Mecha Ojama King".[6]

"Mystic Baby Knight" and "Mystic Baby Magician"[edit]

"Mystic Baby Knight" and "Mystic Baby Magician" are mentioned in the card text of "Mystic Revolution" as monsters that can be Tributed for its cost.[7]

Adult forms of "Mystic Baby Knight" and "Mystic Baby Magician"[edit]

The card text of "Mystic Revolution" implies the existence of "adult forms" of "Mystic Baby Knight" and "Mystic Baby Magician". These monsters are both unseen and unnamed.[8]

"Alice in Despairland"[edit]

Main article: Alice in Despairland

"Alice in Despairland" only appears in the copyright section at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 079 (after the "Next Episode" preview). The scene shows Bastion Misawa in his room researching information about Alice. When he finds the profile of this mysterious card, he is attacked by the spirit of this card.[9] However, the scene was not included in Episode 80, and the card itself was never seen in the episode.[10]

"Enigma Token"[edit]

Main article: Enigma Token

"Enigma Token" is mentioned in the text of "Enigma the Creator" (a card used by The D). "Enigma the Creator" creates an "Enigma Token" when it is destroyed by battle; however, in its only anime appearance, it was never destroyed by battle, so the Token was never seen.[11]

"Colorless, Chaos King of Dark World" and "Sinister Doctrine - Doubt"[edit]

The cards "Colorless, Chaos King of Dark World" and "Sinister Doctrine - Doubt" were mentioned by Brron, Mad King of Dark World during his Duel with Jaden Yuki.[12]

"Colorless, Chaos King of Dark World" is a Fusion Monster that Brron intended to Summon with the effect of "Super Polymerization". Other than being a Fusion Monster that can be Summoned using "Super Polymerization", nothing is known about it, as Brron failed to complete the "Wicked Canon" to activate "Super Polymerization".[12]

"Sinister Doctrine - Doubt" is a Quick-Play Spell Card that has the same effect as the other "Sinister Doctrine" cards. It was supposed to be the final part of completing "Super Polymerization", but was not played, because Syrus escaped from Brron's minions.[12]

"Super Fusion God"[edit]

Main article: Super Fusion God

The Fusion Monster "Super Fusion God" is mentioned as a monster Yubel intended to Summon to unite the twelve Duel Spirit Dimensions into one. Yubel used "Super Polymerization" and "Chain Material" to fuse one monster of each Level from 1 to 12 to Summon this monster, but Jaden chained "Spiritual Fusion", fusing the souls of Yubel and himself instead.[13]

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's[edit]

"Cosmic Blazar Dragon"[edit]

The Delta Accel Synchro Monster "Cosmic Blazar Dragon" is mentioned in a profile about Yusei Fudo as being his ultimate ace monster, in the original future in which Z-one did not interfere.[14] This card was later officially released in the TCG/OCG.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL[edit]

"Deep Anglerfish"[edit]

Main article: Deep Anglerfish

The Monster Card "Deep Anglerfish" is mentioned on the visual screen of the Augmented Reality Duel. It is a WATER Fish-Type Effect Monster that is Level 6 and has 2200 ATK and 1400 DEF. Its effect is: When this card is destroyed by battle and sent to the Graveyard, send 1 Fish-Type Monster from your Deck to the Graveyard. Then, you can Special Summon 2 "Deep Anglerfish Jr." from your Deck.[15]

"Deep Anglerfish Jr."[edit]

The Monster Card "Deep Anglerfish Jr." is only mentioned in the card text of "Deep Anglerfish", which also has never been seen.[15]

"Pink Peach Dragon"[edit]

Main article: Pink Peach Dragon

The Monster Card "Pink Peach Dragon" is mentioned on the visual screen of the Augmented Reality Duel. It is a Dragon-Type Effect Monster that is Level 2 and has 200 ATK and 100 DEF.[15]

"ZW - Dragonic Halberd"[edit]

"ZW - Dragonic Halberd" on TV Tokyo's website
Main article: ZW - Dragonic Halberd

The Xyz Monster "ZW - Dragonic Halberd" (ZWゼアル・ウェポン弩級兵装竜王戟ドラゴニック・ハルバード Zearu Wepon - Doragonikku Harubādo) was mentioned on the TV Tokyo official site, added on July 30, 2012.

According to TV Tokyo, it is a DARK Rank 5 Xyz Monster with 3000 ATK and 1200 DEF. TV Tokyo states that it can be Summoned by using 2 Level 5 "ZW -" monsters. If it is equipped to " Utopia Ray", that monster gains 3000 ATK. It is described as the "weapon of the ultimate destructive force".

On July 31, 2012, its name on TV Tokyo's website was changed to "ZW - Leo Arms", although its appearance remained unchanged. When it debuted in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 067: "Sphere of Fear: Part 3" on August 13, 2012, it used that name and appearance. In contrast to the original TV Tokyo description, the monster that appeared in the anime was LIGHT-Attribute, not DARK.

In January 2021, a card named "ZW - Dragonic Halberd" was released in the OCG in the set Lightning Overdrive. While its appearance is inspired by "ZW - Leo Arms" (i.e. the design originally associated with the name "ZW - Dragonic Halberd"), its design is clearly distinct. It has the same stats as the monster described on TV Tokyo, including being DARK (in contrast to the LIGHT-Attribute "ZW - Leo Arms"). Like the card originally described on TV Tokyo's website, it can be equipped to "Number C39: Utopia Ray" (or any "Utopia" monster) to increase its ATK by 3000.

"Number C" form of "Number 54: Lion Heart"[edit]

In Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 104: "Barian Vengeance: Part 2", Alito used the effect of "Battlin' Boxer Cheat Commissioner" to activate "Rank-Up-Magic Barian's Force" from Nistro's hand, which would have upgraded his "Number 54: Lion Heart" into a "Number C" monster via Chaos Xyz Evolution. However, Yuma activated "Overlay Marker", negating the effect of "Cheat Commissioner" and thus preventing "Number C54" from even being created.

"Number C39: Utopia Ray Neo"[edit]

The Xyz Monster "Number C39: Utopia Ray Neo" was mentioned on NAS's official site in the original Japanese title of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 123: "Assimilation, Part 2" that was listed in a preview for the episode. That title was "Double Rank-Up! The Transcendent Evolution: "King of Wishes, Hope Ray Neo!!"" (ダブル・ランクアップ!超絶進化「希望皇ホープレイ・ネオ」!!), but was changed before the episode's release. According to the title, it would have been Summoned via Double Rank-Up, meaning it would have been Rank 6, two Ranks higher than "Number 39: Utopia".

Since "Number 39: Utopia Beyond" later appeared in the anime as a Double Rank-Up evolution of "Number 39: Utopia", it is likely that the concept of "Utopia Ray Neo" was reused for "Utopia Beyond".

"The Closed Eight"[edit]

Main article: The Closed Eight

The card "The Closed Eight" was mentioned on NAS's official site in preview for Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 131: "Power Play". A character named Alco would have given the card to Kite, who would have attempted to pass the card to Yuma. Ultimately, neither Alco nor this card ever appeared.

"Number 5: Doom Chimera Dragon"[edit]

The Xyz Monster "Number 5: Doom Chimera Dragon" is mentioned in the card text of "Number C5: Chaos Chimera Dragon", which first appeared in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 137: "Clash of the Emperors". However, the card "Number 5: Doom Chimera Dragon" itself has never appeared in the anime. This card was later officially released in the TCG and OCG.

Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS[edit]

"Chimera Hydradrive Dragrid's" heads[edit]

The text of "Chimera Hydradrive Dragrid" implies it is possible to Summon all 6 head-modes, based on an Ignis and the corresponding Attribute. However, Bohman was able to successfully create only "Chimera Hydradrive Draghead - Aqua" and "Flame". The third time he tried to activate Master Storm Access, the process failed and the monster was not created, due to the Neuron Link being stopped by Akira Zaizen and Ghost Gal.

Video games[edit]

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links[edit]

Unseen "Arcana Force" monsters[edit]

In Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, Sartorius Kumar has voice lines for Arcana Force monsters based on every Major Arcana Tarot card, including "Arcana Force" monsters that have never appeared in any media.

Specifically, the cards that have never appeared in any media, but have voice lines in Duel Links, are the following:

  • "Arcana Force II - The High Priestess"
  • "Arcana Force V - The Hierophant"
  • "Arcana Force IX - The Hermit"
  • "Arcana Force X - Wheel of Fortune"
  • "Arcana Force XI - Justice"
  • "Arcana Force XIII - The Reaper"
  • "Arcana Force XVI - The Tower"
  • "Arcana Force XVII - The Star"
  • "Arcana Force XIX - The Sun"
  • "Arcana Force XX - Judgment"

Other[edit]

"Millennium Thousand-Eyes Virus"[edit]

This card was stated by Kevin Tewart to be the best card in the game, and that only he possesses it. He has also stated that like the Upper Deck Entertainment "The Seal of Orichalcos", it is not permitted in official tournaments.[16][17]

References[edit]

  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Duel 3
  2. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Duel 5
  3. Yu-Gi-Oh! R Duel Round 19: "Jonouchi... Helpless?!"
  4. Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL Rank 14: "Victory Conditions!!"
  5. Yu-Gi-Oh! episode 162: "On the Wrong Track - Part 3"
  6. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 54: "Champion or Chazz-Been?"
  7. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 103: "The Hands of Justice, Part 2"
  8. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 103: "The Hands of Justice, Part 2"
  9. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 79: "Mirror, Mirror, Part 2"
  10. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 80: "What a Doll!"
  11. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 97: "The Dark Light"
  12. a b c Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 136: "Turning the Page, Part 2"
  13. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 155: "Return of the Supreme King, Part 3"
  14. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's episode 149: "The Revived Hero"
  15. a b c Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 1: "Go With the Flow, Part 1"
  16. pojo.biz What do you think is the best card in the game?
  17. pojo.biz After reading Jae's article/responses. Flaming will be dealt with SEVERELY

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