Recolored counterpart

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Recolored counterpart
"Swamp" and "Lava Battleguard", two such counterparts
"Swamp" and "Lava Battleguard", two such counterparts
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The recolored counterparts are a series of one hundred monsters which are recolored versions of cards released before them.

The counterparts all appear in sequential order in the official card database. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters II: Dark duel Stories was the first medium to contain all one hundred, although a few of these monsters had been released in the OCG a few months before the game's release.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories, which was released later the same year, contained 3D models of each monster. The counterparts similarity to their respective originals allowed them to be more easily rendered, via palette swapping.

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Original Counterpart Notes
"Mystical Elf" "Dark Elf" In Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom, the two can fuse to form "Cosmo Queen"
"Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1" WingedDragonGuardianoftheFortress1-GX02-JP-VG.jpg "Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #2" WingedDragonGuardianoftheFortress2-TF04-JP-VG.jpg
"Mushroom Man" "Mushroom Man #2"
"Swamp Battleguard" "Lava Battleguard"
"Tyhone" "Tyhone #2"
"Skull Servant" "The Wandering Doomed" A series based around "Skull Servant", Wight, was later formed in the TCG and OCG, but does not include "The Wandering Doomed".
"Rock Ogre Grotto #1" "Steel Ogre Grotto #1"
"Dragon Piper" "Pot the Trick"
"Wattkid" "Oscillo Hero" "Wattkid" was originally named "Oscillo Hero #2" (in reference to its counterpart), but its TCG names were changed in order to make clear it is a member of the "Watt" archetype.
"Basic Insect" "Invader from Another Dimension"
"Armored Lizard" "Lesser Dragon"
"Larvae Moth" "Needle Worm" "Larvae Moth" is part of a larger Moth series. "Needle Worm" (as well as several other Insect-Type monsters) is part of this series in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses.
"Kuriboh" "Wretched Ghost of the Attic" The "Kuriboh" archetype was later introduced in the TCG and OCG, but does not include "Wretched Ghost of the Attic".
"Mammoth Graveyard" "Great Mammoth of Goldfine"
"Great White" "Man-eating Black Shark" Both cards use shots of "Great White" in the manga, as the basis for the OCG/TCG artwork.
"Kairyu-Shin" "Yormungarde"
"Man-Eating Plant" "Darkworld Thorns"
"Krokodilus" "Anthrosaurus"
"Grappler" "Drooling Lizard"
"Uraby" "Trakodon"
"Crawling Dragon #2" "B. Dragon Jungle King"
"Gyakutenno Megami" "Empress Judge"
"Tomozaurus" "Little D"
"Goddess with the Third Eye" "Witch of the Black Forest" Due to "Goddess with the Third Eye" being a Fusion Substitute Monster and "Witch of the Black Forest" being a Fusion Material, the two can be fused to form "Musician King" or "Sanwitch".

Another recolor of the two appears in the artwork of "Aid to the Doomed".

"Dark Gray" "Ancient One of the Deep Forest"
"Nightmare Scorpion" "Giant Scorpion of the Tundra"
"Spirit of the Books" "Crow Goblin"
"Sleeping Lion" "Leo Wizard"
"Dark Plant" "Abyss Flower"
"Ancient Tool" "Patrol Robo"
"Faith Bird" "Takuhee"
"LaMoon" "Dark Witch"
"Weather Control" "Weather Report"
"Mystical Capture Chain" "Binding Chain"
"Spiked Snail" "Mechanical Snail"
"The Melting Red Shadow" "Greenkappa"
"Larvas" "Mon Larvas" The lore for "Mon Larvas" states that it is an evolved form of "Larvas".
"Firegrass" "Living Vase"
"Man Eater" "Tentacle Plant"
"Dig Beak" "Beaked Snake"
"Ancient Jar" "Morphing Jar" A series based around "Morphing Jar", Jar, was later formed in the TCG and OCG, but does not include "Ancient Jar".
"Spirit of the Harp" "Muse-A"
"Monsturtle" "Giant Turtle Who Feeds on Flames"
"Arlownay" "Rose Spectre of Dunn"
"Fiend Reflection #2" "Fiend Reflection #1"
"Gate Deeg" "Ghoul with an Appetite"
"Synchar" "Pale Beast"
"Fusionist" "Little Chimera"
"LaLa Li-oon" "Violent Rain"
"Key Mace" "Key Mace #2"
"Happy Lover" "Tenderness"
"Penguin Knight" "Penguin Soldier"
"Petit Dragon" "Fairy Dragon"
"Archfiend Marmot of Nefariousness" "Obese Marmot of Nefariousness"
"Dorover" "Liquid Beast"
"Twin Long Rods #1" "Twin Long Rods #2"
"Droll Bird" "Great Bill"
"Petit Angel" "Shining Friendship"
"Winged Cleaver" "Bladefly"
"Thunder Kid" "Electric Lizard"
"Meotoko" "Hiro's Shadow Scout"
"Doriado" "Lady of Faith" A series called Doriado was later formed in the TCG and OCG, but does not include "Lady of Faith".
"Two-Mouth Darkruler" "Twin-Headed Thunder Dragon"
"Kumootoko" "Hunter Spider"
"Hitodenchak" "Armored Starfish"
"Hourglass of Life" "Hourglass of Courage"
"Rare Fish" "Marine Beast"
"Beautiful Headhuntress" "Warrior of Tradition" In the OCG/TCG, "Beautiful Headhuntress" is a Fusion Material for "Warrior of Tradition".
"Haniwa" "Rock Spirit"
"Yashinoki" "Snakeyashi"
"Vishwar Randi" "Succubus Knight"
"Water Element" "Ill Witch"
"Dissolverock" "The Thing That Hides in the Mud"
"Root Water" "High Tide Gyojin" In Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters, High Tide Gyojin was an evolution of Root Water.
"Water Omotics" "Fairy of the Fountain"
"Enchanting Mermaid" "Amazon of the Seas"
"Nekogal #1" "Nekogal #2"
"Fairywitch" "Witch's Apprentice"
"Prevent Rat" "Armored Rat"
"Stone Armadiller" "Ancient Lizard Warrior"
"Lunar Queen Elzaim" "Maiden of the Moonlight"
"Rock Ogre Grotto #2" "Stone Ogre Grotto"
"Wing Egg Elf" "Winged Egg of New Life"
"The Furious Sea King" "Night Lizard"
"Princess of Tsurugi" "Queen's Double"
"Mavelus" "Blue-Winged Crown"
"Ancient Tree of Enlightenment" "Trent"
"Green Phantom King" "Queen of Autumn Leaves" The text for "Queen of Autumn Leaves" clarifies that the two are married.
"Ground Attacker Bugroth" "Amphibious Bugroth"
  • The text for "Ground Attacker Bugroth" hints the existence of "Amphibious Bugroth".
  • In the OCG/TCG, "Ground Attacker Bugroth" is a Fusion Material for "Amphibious Bugroth".
"Petit Moth" "Acid Crawler" "Petit Moth" is part of a larger Moth series. "Acid Crawler" (as well as several other Insect-Type monsters) is part of this series in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses.
"Protector of the Throne" "Invader of the Throne"
"Mystical Sheep #2" "Mystical Sheep #1" Due to "Mystical Sheep #1" being a Fusion Substitute Monster and "Mystical Sheep #2" being a Fusion Material, the two can be fused to form "Fusionist".
"Holograh" "Disk Magician"
"Serpent Marauder" "Flame Viper"
"Gatekeeper" "Royal Guard"
"Change Slime" "Gruesome Goo" The text for "Gruesome Goo" seems to reference "Change Slime" as a weaker form of slime that it resembles.
"Psychic Kappa" "Hyosube"
"Cyber Soldier of Darkworld" "Machine Attacker"
"Sonic Maid" "Hibikime"
"Kurama" "Whiptail Crow"