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Ben H.
CollegeSomewhere in New York State
  • Originally biochemistry, changed to computer science
  • Graduated May 2019
MajorComputer Science
Lives inNew York State
Yu-Gi-Oh! Video Games
Gameboy ColorDark Duel Stories
Gameboy AdvanceEternal Duelist Soul
Reshef of Destruction
Stairway to the Destined Duel
WC Tournament 2004
Destiny Board Traveler
7 Trials to Glory: WC 2005
GX Duel Academy
Ultimate Masters: WC Tournament 2006
PlaystationForbidden Memories (still own a PS)
5D's TF4
5D's TF5 (in Japanese)
PC/MobileDuel Links
Longtime Yu-Gi-Oh! Fan

Personal Site Achievements[edit]

  • 1000 Edits! 2-3-10
  • 2000 Edits! 10-15-10 Bhigpx (talkcontribs) 19:30, October 15, 2010 (UTC)
  • 3000 Edits! 2-27-12 Bhigpx (talkcontribs) 23:37, February 27, 2012 (UTC)
  • 4000 Edits: 6-13-17


  • Reformat Music pages to all be consistent, in displaying Kanji/Kana/Phonetic/Translation.
  • Adding Japanese lores for cards missing them.
  • Adding translated OCG Rulings that are missing them entirely or are in need of updating.

About Me[edit]

I'm currently a software developer, working remotely from upstate New York. Been a fan of Yu-Gi-Oh! from probably the very beginning (~20 years). I have been teaching myself Japanese now for over 12 years off and on; if you're curious, I've never taken a JLPT exam, but I'm sure I could pass the N3. (Maybe on a good day pass the N2?) There are many nuances in Japanese as in any language, and I'm still striving to learn as much as possible. At the very least, my "Yu-Gi-Oh! Japanese" is at a level where I can comfortably read a card's Japanese text or ruling and understand its meaning. I've seen every episode of "Season Zero" (Toei anime), Duel Monsters, GX, 5D's, Zexal, Arc-V, and VRAINS in its original Japanese format, so my knowledge of the anime franchise in its entirety is pretty strong.

I make cards using Magic Set Editor when I have ideas for new cards, then (try to get around to) upload them on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Maker Fandom site. I used to use Yugico when an Xyz template was not available on the Card Maker site, but now I just use MSE (while currently in the process of making my own fairly low-level but semi-sophisticated card maker.) To see cards I designed and have uploaded so far (that I actually tagged to myself), see HERE (there will be more to come when I get the time).