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Yusei Fudo steht kurz davor, den Titel des Duell Champions in New Domino City für sich zu gewinnen. Doch neben den turbulenten Duellen erwartet ihn eine abenteuerliche Suche mit den Zwillingen Luna und Leo nach dem Feuerroten Drachen. Zur YuGiOh 5ds Besetzung in Deutschland zählen außerdem Victoria Frenz als Akiza Izinski, Tobias Nath als Jack Atlas sowie Soraya Richter als Luna. Hier lässt. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (jap. 遊☆戯☆王 5D's （ ファイブディーズ ）, Yū-Gi-Ō Faibu Dīzu) ist die dritte Serie mit dem Sammelkartenspiel Yu-Gi-Oh! als thematisches Vorbild. Es sind einige Jahre vergangen, seit Yugi und dem Pharao. Domino City ist zu New Domino City mutiert, einem Ort der Superlative, während die nicht. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's: Auch in der Zukunft werden in New Domino City spannende Duelle mit dem Duel Monsters-Kartenspiel ausgetragen. Für die neuen Turboduelle.
Find Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Staffel 1: Episode [DVD] at sattvabageri.se Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's: Auch in der Zukunft werden in New Domino City spannende Duelle mit dem Duel Monsters-Kartenspiel ausgetragen. Für die neuen Turboduelle. Es sind einige Jahre vergangen, seit Yugi und dem Pharao. Domino City ist zu New Domino City mutiert, einem Ort der Superlative, während die nicht.
Yusei, Jack and Crow then face him in a Riding Duel in order to stop him and the released King of the Netherworld from finishing off the Signers and destroying the world.
Before the final attack, Yusei gains the Head mark while Crow gains his former Tail mark, making him a Signer. With the power of the Crimson Dragon and Yusei's Saver Star Dragon, he defeats Goodwin who, along with Rutger, sacrifice themselves to destroy the King of the Netherworld and revive the Dark Signers as normal people again.
After the Dark Signers' defeat, Neo Domino City and Satellite are finally reunited into one prosperous city with the building of the "Daedalus Bridge", an intricate net of roads linking both Satellite and Neo Domino City with some sections also used for Riding Duels.
A new threat appears, the Three Emperors of Iliaster, whose main monsters, the "Machine Emperors", can absorb Synchro Monsters from their opponents to empower themselves.
Yusei encounters a fellow competitor, Sherry LeBlanc, who is investigating the Iliaster organization, that is reportedly responsible for her parents' deaths.
Team 5D's is also joined by a mysterious amnesiac mechanic named Bruno, whose secret alter ego Antinomy teaches Yusei about the secrets of "Accel Synchro", a summoning method that allows him to bring out an improved version of his Stardust Dragon.
The WRGP soon begins, with Team 5D's facing tough opponents before eventually confronting the Emperors themselves, who are revealed to be three different incarnations of Aporia, a cyborg sent from the future to destroy Neo Domino City to prevent a great calamity from befalling mankind in the future.
Team 5D's climbs aboard it to stop it. Before reaching the core of the fortress, they confront three individuals guarding its access: Aki and Crow face Sherry, who was promised to have her parents returned to her; Yusei faces Bruno, who recovered his memories of being Antinomy, another member of Iliaster; and Jack, Lua and Luca face Aporia.
Lua dies during the duel and is revived by the Crimson Dragon, becoming the sixth Signer bearing the mark of the dragon's Heart.
When the Signers finally reach Z-one, Iliaster's leader, Yusei borrows his friends' dragons to add them to his deck, and challenges Z-one to a final Riding Duel to decide Neo Domino City's future.
Z-one is revealed to be a scientist from the future who assumed Yusei's identity and traveled back in time to prevent the destruction of humanity.
Yusei manages to use his friends' cards to perform a "Limit Over Accel Synchro" and summon his strongest monster, "Shooting Quasar Dragon".
After Z-one is defeated by Yusei, he decides to entrust the future of mankind to Yusei, and sacrifices himself to destroy the Ark Cradle and save Neo Domino City from destruction.
A few months pass after the Signers' victory over Iliaster, and the former members of Team 5D's move on with their lives following separate paths.
They all part ways, except for Yusei, who decides to stay in Neo Domino City and research for a way to stop the destruction of humanity in the future.
The other Signers decide that they will return after fulfilling their dreams. As they ride together one last time, the Crimson Dragon removes their Signer marks, as their mission as Signers is accomplished.
The first story arc addresses themes such as social class division, segregation, and discrimination, depicted through the interactions between residents of Neo Domino City, and Satellite.
The Dark Signer arc deals with the relationship between past and present, as the heroes especially Yusei, Aki, and Jack must come to terms with the questionable actions they, or their family members, have made.
The final two arcs, the World Grand Prix and Ark Cradle, build on the previous arc by exploring the connection between present and future, as Time Travel plays a major role in how the story unfolds.
Synchro Monsters also play a major role in the final two arcs, as their subsequent overuse in the future prompts the final antagonists to seek the destruction of Neo Domino City.
Lastly, just like all Yu-Gi-Oh! The most prevalant motif of this series is Speed, which naturally fits with its gameplay gimmick; Riding Duels Turbo Duel in the English Dub.
A miniature race, with a mutually agreed upon goal point, is used at the beginning of a Riding Duel to determine who gains the first turn. To push this motif even further, the manga which featured an entirely different plot from the anime depicted the origin of Riding Duels being played on horseback, in coliseums, by Ancient Incan civilizations.
Duel Monsters GX. As with the previous two series Yu-Gi-Oh! The English adaptation of Yu-Gi-Oh! Family Entertainment and Warner Bros.
Television Animation. On May 29, , the series once again began airing in 1-hour episode blocks on the CW4Kids. The series moved over to the Toonzai block on September 18, The last episode of the dubbed series aired on September 10, , leaving out several episodes from the Japanese broadcast.
As a result, 5D's became the second series to not have a complete English dub. Changes have been made to the plot and cards, character names have been localized, and violent scenes have been edited.
In Germany , however, the dub stopped using the 4Kids version and began adapting the show directly from Japan from episode 65 onward for unknown reasons.
While the original voice cast from the first 64 episodes was still used, the show no longer edited quite as much, used the original music including the original Japanese opening and ending themes , and adapted their scripts directly from the original Japanese scripts rather than from the revised English scripts.
A manga series based on the show written by Sato Masashi began serialization in V Jump from August 21, to January 21, Like the manga adaptation of Yu-Gi-Oh!
GX , the adaptation features an original storyline, different monsters, and various differences from the anime version. The series has been licensed by Viz Media for North America.
Trading Card Game by introducing Synchro Summoning to the game. To Synchro Summon the new white-colored Synchro Monsters, a Tuner Monster and a non-Tuner monster is required to be on the field, and their added levels must equal to the desired Synchro Monster to be summoned.
A new monster type known as Psychic was also added to the game. There are several video games developed by Konami based on the Yu-Gi-Oh!
Unlike the card game, monsters use Speed Counters to attack their opponents, and players do not lose if their life points hit zero, rather they are unable to continue racing.
The game uses the World Championship software, and also features a story mode, in which a duelist tries to get his memory back. In the video game Yu-Gi-Oh!
Set during the Dark Signers arc, the player controls a former member of the Enforcers who has been brainwashed by the Arcadia movement.
The game features over 4, cards, and a Puzzle Editor. The game features the Dark Synchro and Dark Tuner monsters from the 2nd season of the anime.
A last game, Yu-Gi-Oh! It returned as Yu-Gi-Oh! It reappeared again on February 13, This game came with promotional cards Fighter Ape, Closed Forest, and Roaring Earth and a Duel Scanner accessory which allows players to scan their real world cards into the game.
Online series. It was based around Yu-Gi-Oh! It was released on December 18, and was shut down on September 30, due to an internal decision by Konami.
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Yusei gets kidnapped by a rival team from the World Racing Grand Prix. As direct result of it, Akiza makes a choice to learn how to Turbo Duel.
Yusei, who is looking for ways to defeat Wisel without Synchro Summon , is then challenged by the mysterious Vizor.
During their duel, Vizor uses the new Accel Synchro Monsters. One day, Luna and Leo meets a mysterious new rich classmate named Lester, a boy who apparently likes to hang out with Luna.
Lester gives Luna the board as a gift. However, one day a mysterious duelist on a duel board challenges them to a duel. The duelist turns out to be Lester, and he summons his ultimate monster, Meklord Emperor Skiel.
Yusei and the rest of the gang arrive to watch the duel, and Yusei thinks that Skiel looks like Wisel. The next day, no one in the school seems to know who Lester is besides them, and his mansion has vanished.
Later, the 3 of them are in charge of taking care of an amnesiac young man named Bruno. Yusei spends time with him, as they share common skills and interest in mechanical engineering.
As a result they are able to create an ultimate engine program. However Lazar steals it and the 4 of them go after him. At the end of the chase, Yusei ends up dueling against a Guard Robot , who has him and Lazar locked inside a warehouse.
Jack Turbo Duels against a Duelbot who has taken his identity. Crow duels against Zora 's son, Lyndon , in an effort to help him fix a broken clock in the town and prove to Zora that he can fix clocks.
Yusei receives a letter from a woman named Barbara. Her letter says that Kalin Kessler needs Yusei's help. He is in Crashtown, a town ruled by duels and is part of the Radley gang, who send other duelists to slavery.
Thus he is able to defeat him with the purpose of taking him away from that town. Later Yusei tries to escape from the excavation with Kalin, and end up encountering West and Nico.
However Lawton along with 2 other comrades appear too, therefore Yusei challenges him to a Turbo Duel , so that Kalin and the kids can escape.
The duel ends inconclusively due to an underhanded action by Lawton, separating the kids from Kalin and Yusei and abducting them, thinking they met their demise when he saw them landing in a crevice.
To his surprise, they are still alive and, challenges him to a Duel to free the town and retrieve the kids. The duel rages on, with Lawton trying to defeat Kalin at all costs.
However, Lawton is overpowered by Kalin and Yusei's tag team dueling. And as the duel progresses with Lawton about to lose, he and Barbara attempt to double-cross them again, but are stopped by Crow Hogan and Jack Atlas.
In one last attempt, Lawton detonates explosives in the city creating a diversion. Kalin gives chase on Yusei's Duel Runner and catches him in order to finish his last turn.
Kalin then ultimately defeats Lawton. After the duel finally ends, Lawton and Barbara are taken into custody by Sector Security.
A close-up of the sign then shows that the town is now Satisfaction Town, in honor of The Enforcers.
When Sherry and Bruno try to scan the card Z-ONE , he, she and Yusei are momentarily transported to an odd area where a mysterious entity was.
Crow has an accident and breaks his right shoulder three days before the tournament becoming unable to participate. Akiza gets to replace him.
The series of duels are a long and hard one for them, but in the end they end up victorious. The second team they face off against is Team Catastrophe.
After Team 5D's officially wins the round and enter the finals, Primo unleashes an army of Ghost 's which he calls "Diablo" to cause wreckage upon the city.
Yusei later uses it against Primo to defeat him. However Jakob and Lester later appear before him, Jack and Crow.
After this meeting, Jack and Yusei travel to Nazca summoned by Greiger. With it he obtains the " Red Nova Dragon " card.
Later Yusei and company captures Lazar in order to obtain some clues about Iliaster. Yusei, Bruno and Sherry sneak into the company to find any clue to this group.
There they learn about Infinity and experience its power as Iliaster to achieve Falsification of history. Victory for Yusei and co. However Team Taiyo is never the less defeated.
Yusei, Jack and Crow meet up with Team Ragnarok before their match. They learn the story behind the 3 Aesir of the Stars, as well as about the Rune Eye.
Soon after, the 2 teams clash on the semifinals, each determined to win in order to face Team New World on the finals and stop Iliaster once and for all.
Though Jack, Crow and Yusei are squared in by the 3 Aesir during the match, Yusei ends the duel with a victory. However even though Yusei has a chance to counter, the 3 individuals once again turn the table by combining into their true form Aporia.
However, after these events, the Grand Design gets finally completed allowing the gigantic Divine Temple to descend upon the city. Team 5D's, with the help of Team Ragnarok, infiltrate the citadel in order to stop it from annihilating the entire city within 12 hours.
Standing in their way is Sherry LeBlanc , having aligned with Iliaster upon seeing the future, the reborn Aporia , the mysterious turbo duelist Antinomy , and the enigmatic master of the Divine Temple itself, Z-one.
Upon reaching the Ark Cradle, the Signers are split into groups by Z-one. Akiza with Crow, Jack with the twins, and Yusei with Vizor.
Each group then goes in to stop the 3 Planetary Gears within the citadel. Akiza and Crow go first going up against Sherry who is fighting so that Z-one can grant her wish of being able to reunite with her family.
However, the 2 Signers working as a team defeat her and Sherry ends up shifting sides again, holding the promise to her father of doing justice.
The next group to arrive at the second gear are Jack, Leo, and Luna. In there they are shocked as a rebuilt Aporia appears before them.
He forces them to a duel attaching devices that are linked to their lifepoints and lives. The duel ends up being a battle of despair against hope, as Leo fights against Aporia intensively.
Such that Leo is awakened as the 6th Signer, obtaining Life Stream Dragon , and helping the duel turn around that in the end Aporia loses.
However, after the duel ends, the grounds where they are ends up collapsing and the trio escape. They all 3 watch as Aporia falls and disappears.
Finally after this, Yusei and Vizor arrive to the third gear. On there, Z-one restores Vizor's memory so that he can fight against Yusei.
The duel begins after Vizor reveals to Yusei who he really is. Yusei's will earn him victory, but because of the duel, a black hole was formed sucking up both duelists.
After Antinomy reveals to Yusei the true reason he fought against him, he sacrifices himself so that his friends can survive.
Before dying, Antinomy tells him to change the future by using the light beyond Accel Synchro. After the final Planetary Gear is stopped the group reunites.
They all learn about who Bruno really was and go to where Z-one is located, all of them settling to stop him once and for all.
Reaching to where their final opponent is, Yusei intends to fight against him just to be stopped by a changed Aporia.
He has appeared there with the intention of dueling Z-one which surprises everyone. The human robot reveals its reasons and also what was Z-one's original plan from the beginning.
Nevertheless, Z-one easily defeats Aporia with the help of his " Timelord "s. After this, as a final will, Aporia fuses its duel disk to Yusei's runner so that the final battle against Z-one can commence.
Before the duel, Yusei obtains all the Signer Dragons cards from his friends. With this he flies towards Z-one thanks to Aporia's powers.
Furthermore his futuristic background is told up in which it lead Z-one to modify all of himself to become Yusei Fudo.
As the duel advances the machine God overpowers Yusei with his "Timelords". Yet one final encounter with Dr. Fudo allows Yusei to obtain a new power, " Shooting Quasar Dragon ".
With it, Yusei is able to finally cause a reversal on the duel allowing him to cause some major damage to its opponent's life points.
Z-one, as a last chance, tries to defeat Yusei with its " Sephylon, the Ultimate Timelord "; however his new monster isn't enough to bypass Yusei's final strategy.
In an ultimate attack using Stardust Dragon, Yusei wins. After the match the only pending business is the Divine Temple itself to which Z-one sacrifices himself in order to disintegrate the citadel.
After a few months since the battle with Z-one , everything on New Domino City is marching towards a brighter future.
However during that time, the Signers have seemed to distanced themselves from one another. Furthermore, they are unclear on what path to follow toward their own futures.
Akiza is about to graduate and unsure whether or not to go abroad to study medicine. Crow works as a Public Security officer, however he receives an invitation from a Pro Dueling League from overseas.
Yusei has the completed the Fortune mainframe, which will ensure that Z-one's future will never come to pass, and now unsure of what to do next.
Leo and Luna have been told that they may have to leave New Domino City to live with their parents.
Meanwhile, Jack is looking to regain his title as King of Duelists after receiving an invitation from the Ride Ace League, for this has been fighting against various tough opponents.
After the group gathers, he appears to tell them this, and Yusei seeing that he and the others are unable to go on their own paths, challenges him to a duel.
The duel begins with each other summoning their respective ace Monsters, and as Jack attacks its opponent with Red Dragon Archfiend, Yusei activates Star Excursion removing both their monsters.
Yusei declares that with them gone, their own futures have disappeared as well, and so that through their duel everyone will able to find it.
After Jack and Yusei bring out their ace monsters, Yusei ultimately emerges the victor of the duel. He states that his battle with Jack has made him realize that he wishes to remain in New Domino City, while the rest of his friends go their separate paths with knowledge that they will one day be reunited.
While the creditless ending is played with "Kizuna", the clip show is played with "Future Colors". Kazuki Takahashi had promised himself that Yu-Gi-Oh!
GX would be the last Yu-Gi-Oh! However, he was approached at the end of with the idea for Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL has since been created.
With the intention of being different rather than repeat the same ideas, Takahashi prepared for criticism and decided how the setting would look, designed the main characters and the D-Wheel.
The story development was left to the writers. The original plot of 5D's was changed dramatically due to real world influences, namely the popularity of the "Blackwing" archetype and the revelation that Carly Carmine's original Japanese voice actress was a member of a BDSM cult in Japan.
An edited sequence from the German adaptation of the series, from episode As of episode 65, this adaptation is largely unedited and translated from the Japanese version.
It still uses 4Kids names, with some exceptions, and both the VS.