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ZEXAL IS NOT THAT BAD by KristianTheTiragon ZEXAL IS NOT THAT BAD by KristianTheTiragon
Seriously, what the hell is so diffrent about zexal ?

Like the other spin off's, when it started people called it a piece of crap

but would you belive that there is now a zexal fanbase ?
:iconivplz: Fanservice ~

a fandom ?

GX, people hated it , but when it ended they didnt want it to go


ive seen people only judge zexal by its looks, the hair, the protagonist in the first few episodes

how can you judge it by just the few episodes when you should know the other spin off's started out just as bad




(and yes i do know that these motivational posters are not allowed, but this is just to give my opinion out to people)
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ZeroMax90000 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014
Kaioken (Character I don't Know)
And Max Power Shark.
:) gota love DBZ power up's.
silvermoon551 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh. Hello. Allow me to shed some light to you. 

"Card games on motorcycles?" oh, that is just rich. In fact, one of my favorite Yusei moments is NOT during a Turbo/riding duel!
He faces 3 opposing duelists, all on his own, and makes a combo to beat ALL 3 OF THEM within a single turn. 

And "People hated GX, but when it ended they didn't want it to go"? 
Correction: People hate the ENGLISH, 4KIDS DUB of GX. In the english dub, Jaden is a Peter pan figure. A boy who doesn't want to grow up. in the original Japanese version, it was all about Judai (his Japanese name, BTW) and his growth from being a teenager to being an adult. 

And believe me, I do NOT judge Zexal on its looks. it had a ton of potential, I will give it that, and the summoning animations look awesome, (Such as this one:  ) in my opinion, though, the best part of it will be the Japanese dub's music.

How about this for fairness: You watch the Japanese dubs of GX and 5D's in full, as well as giving ARC-V a try, and see how your opinion about Zexal changes. 

And if you want to be a real man about it, don't block me or flag my comment as spam, like you did with :iconraijinsenshi: and his comment. 
KristianTheTiragon Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014

Excuse me but I have watched the whole series of gx and 5ds in dub and japanese

from when Jaden battled Crowler to when he fought Yugi in the final episode

and from when Yusei turbo dueled Trudge to when he defeated Z-one

and if you look at my icon I clearly have been watching arc-v, the latest episode being that quiz crazy kid 

and I have watched both zexal in dub and japanese

if people watched the dub I would understand where they were coming from, but the japanese one is superior by far and my"  favourite anime of all time "

and sorry about blocking him but I felt he was coming at me a bit extreme 

Just understand this, that I am a yugioh fan, and Ive got the dvds box sets in my shelf as well as some of the mangas, I only need the gx box set to complete the collection though it dosnt seem to exsist an box for it so ...yeah

I love yu-gi-oh
silvermoon551 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
anyways, I actually like a small portion of the Zexal anime cards. Heck, I particularly enjoy Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon and its upgrades, And I'm making an anti-meta, Ice-Based deck that uses  Number C101 as the main ace card. (Though Blizzard Falcon is also included in there)

However, another of my decks actually is kind of a GaoGaiGar deck based on Super Vehicroid Rex/Stealth Union.

in case you don't know what I mean by GaoGaiGar:  compare the Yu-Gi-Oh card and this giant robot and you SHOULD see what I mean.
KristianTheTiragon Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014
silvermoon551 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yup. I had an OTK concept for that, too, that I just need to figure out how to make consistent. 
Use Revoke fusion to send "Super Vehicroid Jumbo Drill" from the extra deck to the graveyard, special summoning Drillroid from the hand
Fusion summon Stealth Union using Power Bond.
Use "Give and Take" to summon "Super Vehicroid Jumbo Drill" to the opponent's side of the field.
Attack Jumbo Drill with Stealth Union, then use that attack to activate "Final Fusion", a new trap that negates a battle between 2 fusion monsters, and deals damage to both players equal to the sum of both monsters' attack points. 
The rest of the combo involves making sure you don't take any damage from Final Fusion's effect, either by normal summoning Cyber Kirin and tributing it to activate its effect (preventing all effect damage to you for the rest of the turn) or using "Barrel Behind the Door" to make the opponent take the damage from Final Fusion that you would have. 

As it seems to be not working well in Devpro, the deck currently involves overwhelming the opponent with Power Bond summoning Pair Cycroid (for a 3200 ATK (if summoned using Power Bond) monster that can attack directly) or "Barbaroid, the Ultimate Battle Machine" (8000 ATK if summoned with Power Bond, can attack twice, and inflicts 1000 damage to your opponent when it destroys one of their monsters, but cannot attack directly) 
silvermoon551 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
well, I know that Raijinsenshi has seen the whole of the JP dub of Zexal. I can agree with how ridiculous the series gets at times...

Plus, if you pay closer attention, whenever Astral is with Yuma, Astral seems to always have to give him instructions...

at least Yusei, Judai, and even Yuya seem to know what to do all on their own without having to be given step-by-step instructions.
KristianTheTiragon Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014
Thats the point of zexal though, they instead build someone of than having them be a pro from the start

and Yuma during the series gets better and better till he finally began managing it on his own near the final seasons

Its character development, and great one at that, thats why I like the series so much because it can be related too, when I began trying playing the game I didnt know what the hell was going on or how I did it, neither did Yuma , but after progression upon progression he began learning and getting better

with the other protagonists they know the game from the start
silvermoon551 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, it's kind of explained how they know the game from the beginning.
Yugi helps his grandpa out at the game shop
Judai is going to Duel Academy, a school for learning to duel.
Yusei is more or less an adult already, and has had a lot of experience dueling.
Yuya is, once again, in a duel school, but they're doing the same thing of him gradually learning about more of dueling, as he has no clue about fusion, synchro, and Xyz summoning at the beginning. 

Thing about all the other series, though, is that they have variety. the original series uses Fusion, tribute, and ritual summons almost equally. 
Same with GX. despite focusing on fusions, there are still users of many other archetypes and card types in the series. 
5D's did focus on the new synchro summoning, but not all opponents USED synchro monsters as their last ace. Look at Zushin and the Earthbound Immortals. 
Arc-V... has a TON of variety, even using OLDER archetypes like X-Sabers and Gem Knights!

Zexal... try naming one time where a duelist finishes a duel with a new ace monster that isn't an Xyz Monster. 
KristianTheTiragon Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014
Thats a point, dosn't change the fact I like zexal the most though
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