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The latest Yugioh series is finally here! I’ve only seen the first episode of this show so far, but it’s already setting up a lot of hype plot points for the future. Make no mistake, this is a show that is certainly going places. It’s already got all the makings of a great show, the only question is how it will fare against the other Yugioh titles. I shall have a review with all of those answers once the show is over.

Overall 8/10

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Yugioh Arc V Review


I have finally completed Yugioh Arc V! It was definitely a pretty intense Yugioh series and rose up to being one of the best ones. I had a feeling that it would become really good since this was hyped as the crossover series, but the other titles all left a high bar for it to follow. Initially the series reminded me a lot of Yugioh Zexal with the animation and the music that the dub used for it. As the series went on it came into its own though and peaked during the second arc. It’s definitely a very strong title that I dare say is second only to GX. Usually I put the Yugioh rankings at the bottom, but there aren’t too many so I’ll just put them up here. 1. Yugioh GX, 2. Yugioh Arc V, 3. Yugioh 5Ds, 4. Yugioh, 5. Yugioh Zexal. I won’t bother with season 0 or Capsule Monsters as they aren’t even strong enough to really rank at all next to the others. As always this means that the bar is set pretty high once again for the next Yugioh series. It’ll be interesting to see where that one ranks, but either way I do think that it will be quite excellent!

The series starts off by introducing us to Yuya. He is an aspiring Dueltainer who wants to become the best like his dad was. He even goes to a proper school for it which is led by his best friend’s (Zuzu) dad named Skip. Skip claims that Yuya will become a great star through him. That’s when Yuya is challenged to appear against the World Champion on TV to avenge his father. Yuya can’t turn down such an opportunity but is he ready? The pre arc is Yuya taking on all kinds of opponents and improving his act. He can’t just win, he has to claim victory while having fun and helping the opponent to smile. That’s what being a duel tainer is all about!

The intro episodes do a decent job of setting the stage. The pacing isn’t bad, but the supporting cast isn’t great. As with 5Ds, the main supporting cast is written out of the adventure pretty early on and that was a great move. We lost the annoying kids and only kept Zuzu and Sora. The rest were all left behind. Backtracking a bit, Yuya’s tournament is interrupted when the Obelisk Force shows up and starts turning everyone into cards. Yuya is able to fend them off, but his world takes considerable damage and Declan reveals that he had anticipated this attack. Yuya reluctantly agrees to go along with him and so starts the battle of the 4 universes, Standard, XYZ, Fusion, and Synchro. Yuya must duel as hard as he can to stop the evil plans at work here and to save Zuzu who is one of the main targets that the villains are after.

Once the dimension is initially attacked then the series really accelerates into top tier status. The whole 5Ds arc was just amazing and one of the best arcs in all of Yugioh. Everything happened here and all of the subplots that had been growing converged at this point. It was just amazing and in particular the scene where all of the characters met up in the old subway tunnel was superb. The only downside to this is that naturally the next arc couldn’t quite compete as the heroes went to XYZ world and then to the Fusion dimension. Those arcs were fun as well, but they couldn’t even come close to 5Ds. I suppose that it’s not a surprise though since typically the last arc in a Yugioh series isn’t the best one. Battle City destroys Millenium World, The Yubel Arc beats the Nightshroud one, etc. Still, it needs to be said again that Arc V has no bad arcs, it’s just that the 5Ds one took it to the pinnacle of perfection. It’s probably also because Turbo Duels took the place of Action Duels.

I didn’t actually talk about it earlier so I should do that now. Action Duels were invented for this series and think of it as a more interactive style of dueling. Instead of sitting back and waiting for your turn you get to run around in search of the action cards. It’s purely luck based what the card will do, but typically it lets you block an attack or power up your monster. It’s a decent concept, but the luck factor makes it too easy on the writers. Put Yuya in a sticky situation? Have him get an action card that lets him block the attack. You can even get more than 1 Action Card in a single turn which is sketchy. At one point Yuya even starts to use this as a crutch and the way I see it is if you have to run for the action card right away then you weren’t the better duelist in that moment. I think this gimmick didn’t need to happen, but I suppose it is fun to see everyone running around. They just should have tightened up the rules like how in the manga they mention that only a certain amount of action cards are put on the field per duel and you can only use one per turn. Adding some rules like that would make it more balanced. I have no complaints about pendulum summoning though. It’s just insanely OP, but for the most part only Declan exploits that as everyone else uses it to summon fairly weak monsters half the time.

Yuya is the main character of this installment and one of the best Yugioh main characters to date. Jaden is still the best and Yami Yugi is second, but I’d put Yuya right up there at 3rd. 4th would be Yusei, 5th Yuma, and then currently Yugi’s out at 6th. Yuya’s main gimmick is that he’s a performer so naturally he has to stay cheerful a lot. The problem is that this gets tougher and tougher as the villains get serious and do everything in their power to break him. Yuya gives in to his rage several times and even mentions at one point that he’ll just have to save the smiles for later. When his friends are involved you can bet that Yuya will get serious.

Of course it may be a little alarming if you wanted him to stay in happy world, but realistically it’s hard to be putting on a show and grin ear to ear while your friends are being captured or defeated as you duel. You gotta put your game face on and Yuya’s smile card is a pretty terrible spell if you think about it. Yuya has some of the best rage modes in all of Yugioh. He really was at his best when he was dueling seriously. Yuya was always a talented duelist, but by the end he definitely was ready to be considered as a world class fighter. There are few who can go up against him since Yuya has now mastered all different summoning methods. (At least the ones available in his series. I guess there is maybe Ritual summoning, but there just wouldn’t be room in his deck for that) Yuya definitely never stopped in his quest to fight Zuzu and is the kind of guy you want to have as your friend.

Zuzu is the main heroine of Arc V and fortunately she is also a capable duelist. We don’t get to see her duel much at all in the second half of the series, but she got some quality duels before that. Zuzu learned fusion summoning from Sora so she was certainly highly proficient at it. She even did a good job during the big 5Ds tournament later on. While she may have not been able to win the whole thing she definitely didn’t lose without dealing major damage. Considering that a lot of characters ended up losing out by the end of the series Zuzu definitely got a happy ending. As far as the heroines go I would rank her above Tea and Tori pretty quickly. It’s a little closer with Alexis and Akiza, but I think Zuzu would beat them for now as well so at the moment she is the best heroine in Yugioh.

Yuto probably gets the biggest role from the other 3 personas that Yuya has. It’s a little ironic since Yuto was the first one to get blown away, but this lets him act as a Yami Yugi sort of character. Surprisingly he only takes control of Yuya’s body a couple of times during the course of the series, but he’s usually around to give some advice. The thing is while he gives good advice he is always quick to crack when the pressure is on. Then he actually ends up hurting Yuya in a sense since he’s just weakening the hero’s willpower. He’s certainly a very likable character though. He did fight hard to defend his planet so it’s almost a shame that he didn’t get to do it longer. He’s basically Yuya if the hero grew up in a war torn world, but that’s basically the point. His main dragon has the best design from the 4.

Then we have Yugo who is the polar opposite of Yuto. His world’s a really happy one as the villains haven’t gotten there yet. He lives without a care in the world, at least until Rin vanished. Then he began searching for her across the 4 dimensions. It’s still a little iffy how he jumped dimensions in the first place, but with the universe being so unstable I guess it’s bound to open holes for the others at times. He has an ongoing rivalry with Yuri. At one point I thought they were never going to get to finish their duel, but at least it finally got to happen near the very end of the series. He’s definitely a very talented duelist although I think he may have been the weakest of the 4. That’s not really a bad thing since they’re all so skilled, someone had to be last right? He’s a fun character even if he has a tendency to joke around a little too much when the stakes are high.

Finally we have Yuri who is the only evil member of the 4. He enjoys dueling opponents weaker than him and then toying with them. It’s how he gets his jollies, but his skills are the real deal. He didn’t become the top ranked enforcer for no reason after all. His dragon looks sort of like Biollante and it’s distorted appearance can also make the creature not even look like a dragon at times. He even came close to taking down Supreme Yuya which is no easy feat. Another really good villain and a reminder as to why Arc V was so great. The cast was absolutely stellar.

Celina is my favorite member of the 4 heroines. She’s the most skilled of the group and is always eager for battle. She started out on Leo’s side, but quickly realized that this may not be the right side. She thinks about it logically and makes the hero call. Celina is basically Zuzu but more aggressive so it’s easy to see why she is one of the best characters in the series. It’s just too bad that she never really got to properly duel in the final arc, but she had a lot of screen time prior to that.

Rin might get the smallest role from the girl although you could make a case for Lulu as well. We never really get to see Rin fight in her own mind, but I like to think that she was a decent duelist. She seems like a nice kid. Likewise, I’m sure Lulu was a quality character as well. We don’t get to see her much beyond flashbacks, but I guess it was tough for even this show to give everyone some big duels. She serves more as motivation for some of the characters to stop the villains than as an actual duelist, but it would appear that she can duel since she does have a duel disc and during the mind control saga her abilities were acknowledged.

Kite is the big guest star from Yugioh Zexal. Surprisingly Zexal only got one guest star while every other region got 2. I suppose maybe it’s because Zexal was fairly recent so there was less nostalgia for it. Well, either way he is the best option they could have chosen from their. His abilities are as good as ever and I always love seeing his Galaxy Eyes show up. He can definitely hold his own with any of the other fighters.

Shay is probably the closest thing to a rival in Arc V except for Sora. The reason why Sora may edge him out there is because Shay’s beef is never really with Yuya and they just don’t get to compete much. Shay is an amazing character though and continues Yugioh’s tradition of having great rivals. He is absolutely determined to save Lulu no matter what it takes. He is constantly barred by obstacles in the form of Declan, The Fusion Dimension, the 5Ds Dimension and others, but he never stops. He’s honed his skills quite a lot to always have the power to save his friends. Always training like that is definitely what you would expect from a character like this. His deck is also great since he uses a lot of monsters that are considered weak but when they activate their abilities they get very strong. His top monster only has 100 attack points before its ability activates. Now that’s what I call a great deck that follows his life philosophy of working together to protect your friends.

Shay’s only competition for best character in the series is Sora. It’s a very close battle for the top, but I’d give Shay the edge in the end. Still, Sora is an excellent duelist in his own right and could even be the strongest in Duel Academy. Unfortunately we never got to see him have a proper duel with Yuri for the title. That rushed, cheesy battle at the end doesn’t count. Sora ended the series with 13 wins and 5 losses which is quite impressive. I always liked his confidence and he became a bit of a wild card for a while before formally joining the heroes. His turn around was also handled well as he didn’t suddenly become a hero or anything, but he did become friends with Zuzu and decided to protect her even though it was against orders. That makes sense and naturally this eventually led to him being one of the heroes. His nice guy act near the beginning was pretty convincing as well.

Declan is the main hype character of the series. He’s portrayed like Kaiba, but I wouldn’t call him a rival to Yuya. It’s an interesting dynamic and the show keeps him in a very mysterious light for most of the show. It’s hard to know on whose side he is on. Is he a villain or a hero? That will be answered by the end, but he isn’t afraid to sacrifice a few lives to save the world so he can be quite ruthless. It’s hard to call him out on it either as Yuya attempts to, but is quickly beaten down. There just aren’t many fighters who can take Declan down as his cards are the very definition of overpowered. Arc V got extremely high tier by the end with the sheer amount of special abilities that each card had. It was just crazy. I’m not really a big fan of Declan honestly, but he is a good character. He wouldn’t be top 5 or anything, but it was great to have what you could call the lesser of 2 evils teaming up with the heroes the whole time. For the most part he is a nice guy though and the show does portray him as a hero by the end even if you may have your doubts on that. He got to be a lot less annoying once he went with the other heroes to the next dimension and they parted ways. At that point he was on close to equal footing with the others rather than being their boss.

Gong is one of Yuya’s best friends and like me he does not care for action duels. As a result, he will go out of his way to avoid using them in a duel. He prefers to win with his Heavy style. Gong’s not a bad character, but I just didn’t care for him. The strong type rarely works out for me and his deck always felt outmatched before he even started dueling. He’s not annoying so I’m fine with him getting a lot of screen time, but I certainly wouldn’t say that he was very impressive.

Then we have Sylvio who is supremely confident, but his skills can’t really back up his tough talk. He’s one of those characters who somehow keeps his confidence even after he suffers a string of defeats. In a way that is quite admirable. He is a fun duelist to have around and at the very least he is good for morale. His deck isn’t even half bad either. Against most opponents Sylvio would have a real chance at victory, but when the high tier opponents come out to play he has absolutely no shot.

Crow is one of the big 5Ds guest stars and he’s a good character. He can be a bit annoying and tends to not be very nice to the heroes, but his skills are the real deal. His Blackwing combos are pretty similar to how they were back in the 5Ds anime. He gets a lot of hype and even gets to have a proper duel with Yuya where the right winner was selected. Crow just has to be careful about holding those Ls because he seemed a little salty to me.

Jack Atlas also shows up and naturally he gets a bunch of hype. He’s still the Master of Faster so taking him down isn’t easy. His first duel against Yuya is one of the best in the series. Yuya manages to summon one dragon from each summoning style and Jack is still able to counter him. The guy can be rather harsh on Yuya during their duels as he constantly criticizes him being an entertainer, but most likely it’s just because he doesn’t like for anyone else to be in the spotlight. Jack’s always been a critic so I don’t see that stopping anytime soon. From all of the guest stars I’d say that Jack certainly had the best role.

Moonshadow is one of the main characters who never got to be very likable. It’s certainly odd because he is around for most of the series and yet he never really does anything all that important. He can fight and he does save people but half the time you will just be wondering why he is even in the show to begin with. The heroes were doing just fine on their own and this ninja just lacked personality. Ah well, I think he was just a miss for me, but he’s not necessarily a bad character.

We can’t forget about Riley. The character gets 100 episodes of character development as he learns that Declan really is here to protect him. Then…he betrays him just because a girl he’s never even met before tells him that the right thing to do is betray the heroes. This character never really got past that. I get it, Riley’s never been the most outgoing character and getting pushed around is part of his character. It’s still not a good defense for him going against the heroes so easily. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing when this happened. I’m glad Declan showed him who the true duelist was and I don’t often root for Declan. Riley was just being incredibly annoying at this point.

We definitely got to talk about Yusho for a bit as he is one of the worst characters in the series. He’s Yuya’s Dad so that’s to be expected since the Dads often look pretty bad in all of these card shows. Still, he ditched Yuya for basically no reason and then never even tried to get back. What’s worse is that he was gone for years and yet he made no headway in the Fusion dimension. You’d think that being there for years with his supposed world class abilities would be enough to save the place, but I guess not. For all of the hype that he always got Yusho never appeared to be a skilled fighter. He also doesn’t seem like a very smart one as even when some biker gang people tried to go after Yoko he was talking about smiles and all that. The guy is so incredibly exaggerated and that may not have been too bad if he hadn’t ditched Yuya, but he did. It’s just hard to simply wave that fact away and you just end up disliking the character. He even attacked Yuya from behind when the hero was so close to beating the Professor. Had Yuya done that he could have saved the world right then and there instead of dooming several characters.

Yoko is Yuya’s Mom and she’s a little more reasonable than Yusho. I’d say a lot more, but she has an annoying running gag during the early tournament. Instead of rooting for her son she decides to root for a local cook named Reed since she is apparently a huge fan of his. Naturally this isn’t meant to be taken seriously as it’s just a harmless gag, but an annoying one nonetheless. Imagine trying to win a tournament for your friends and family…then turning to the audience and seeing that they’re not even rooting for you. That’s gotta sting.

Skip Boyle is Zuzu’s Dad and he’s actually a lot better than the others. Not only is he one of the only characters to remember Zuzu right away, but I believe he is the only one to remember her on his own. He even skipped out on the tournament because he knew something was wrong. It would have been nice to have seen him duel at some point since it is certainly hinted that he has some skills, but it just wasn’t meant to be. The other local supporting characters from the school weren’t good though. They are the 3 kids who try to give the commentary during Yuya’s duel and they fail quite badly at it. They are just annoying and in particular the one who always yells Goose Pickles is really bad. It’s hard to say what the show was going for here, but certainly nothing good.

Back in the early days of the show we had 3 students from Declan’s school who were tough rivals. These characters were Dipper, Julia, and Kit. Julia certainly got the most screen time and character development from the 3 as she came close to uncovering the mysterious happenings with Shay and Declan and even became a rival to Zuzu. Then some memory stuff happened which caused Julia to forget about all of this and that’s around when her role disappeared completely. She was a fun character though so it’s almost too bad that she was left behind, but I suppose her skills had simply reached their limit. Dipper and Kit never seemed like much of a threat anyway so it’s easy to see how they were left behind.

Reed Pepper is a duelist who uses a lot of food puns to throw his opponents off their game. It’s definitely a valid technique and it was always fun to see him duel. He may not have been the strongest duelist out there, but he lasted quite a while and put up a good fight against the Obelisk Force. Definitely not a character that you could take all that seriously, but his character was still executed well. Then there is Aura who is able to look into her crystal ball to see the future and other such things. There wasn’t much of a point to her character so she vanished right away, but I guess the character wasn’t all that bad. Honestly all of these Arc 1 characters just seemed to vanish right off the face of the Earth.

Iggy was a bit of a bully duelist who thrives on knocking around opponents while dueling. Naturally this would usually be against the rules but in an action duel anything goes so that makes it okay. He’s a decent duelist as well as he was certainly outplaying Yuya for most of the duel. If you think about it, if you need action cards to win in the first place then the opponent is probably the more skilled fighter. I can’t say that Iggy was too interesting, but as a minor villain I suppose that he got the job done.

Leo Akaba, AKA the Professor is one of the big villains of the series. He doesn’t do much until the end of the series as you might expect, but he makes for a fairly intimidating presence while sitting on his throne. He gets an origin story for why he is doing this and at least it is one that I can understand. His daughter was destroyed in stopping Zarc so now he wishes to bring her back. Unfortunately the only way to do that is to destroy 3/4 of the current population in the universe. However, this 3/4 of the population were created through her death so do they count as people? Leo doesn’t really seem to care either way as he intends to get his daughter back at any cost. Naturally this doesn’t change that he is a complete villain, but it’s a good motivation which serves him well as one of the final bosses. He is also a pretty good duelist in his own right and possibly top 5 in Arc V…possibly.

Then we have Barrett who is Leo’s most faithful subordinate. He is even willing to betray Selena in order to carry out his orders. He is a soldier first and foremost. This guy won’t give up on the mission no matter what and as a result he makes for a great villain. He put up a great fight against Yuya as well and proved himself to even be capable of taking on Yuya in his rage form. Definitely one of the best villains in the series.

Next up is Dennis. He’s definitely not a very good character. I didn’t like him before his big twist and I certainly didn’t like him afterwards. He just doesn’t make for a good character as the guy can be rather goofy and hard to take seriously. His character also goes through too many characters arcs as the last one is just impossible to believe. The guy was simply too sinister to suddenly just roll over and admit that he is a good man. Definitely very cheesy and I like to think that he was still arrested after this.

Aster is one of the big guest stars and he gets a nice role here. He is one of the high ranking officials in the Fusion Dimension so naturally he is a very formidable duelist. He gives Yuya a real run for his money and it’s just very nostalgic to see him. The writers chose well in selecting him as one of the GX characters to make an appearance. His elemental hero deck was also pretty good as expected. Then we have his two underlings Gloria and Grace. They are introduced rather late in the game, but don’t really get to do anything so I almost wonder why a fairly big deal was made out of them in universe. They got a considerable amount of hype and I guess they lived up to it to an extent, but they probably needed one more duel to really legitimize them as a threat. Still quality villains, just underused.

Then we have Alexis who is another one of the guest stars. Seeing as how she is one of the big resistance members her fans are sure to be pleased with her role. Alexis is also one of the only characters who realized that there was something fishy with Leo’s plan and didn’t blindly follow along like the rest of the characters. I am a little skeptical of how the happy go lucky students all quickly decided to join into the cause and become mass murderers, but I guess they will do just about anything if it means playing more Yugioh I guess.

The Obelisk Force deserve a shoutout since they were quite skilled for underlings. They were actually beating named characters in their first appearance and typically you would expect them to be about as strong as Storm Troopers or something like that. They definitely surpassed their limits. Naturally they were nerfed a little bit after that, but were still a fun group of villains. Who says that these guys have to just be around to get stomped?

Roget is a fun character from the 5Ds arc. He is very good at manipulating people and naturally he even does this to Yuya by convincing the gullible characters that they are on the same side. Naturally it wouldn’t work on any of Yuya’s close friends, but the others are fair game. Roget can duel but only does so when absolutely necessary. He leads a very balanced life as all people should. He made for a great counterpart to Leo and even had ambitious plans of his own. I wouldn’t have minded if he had ended up overthrowing Leo, would have made for an interesting plot.

Shinji is the very enthusiastic leader of the 5Ds rebellion and boy does the guy love to talk! He gives speech after speech about the rebellion and how they can conquer the surface dwellers. It’s pretty amusing even if that isn’t really the intention. The guy just has a very one track mind and is quick to say that anyone who opposes him is an enemy. That drive isn’t a bad thing and it isn’t even misplaced, but the guy doesn’t seem to know much about tactics. You can’t just storm the streets and defeat the government in a day. Still, he made the most of his soapbox while he was in the tournament.

Then we have Sergey who is essentially a slightly weaker version of Barrett. His character is fairly similar as well but he is the unhinged version. He thrives on pain which can certainly make for a very odd character quirk. The guy is definitely a threat in a duel though and even manages to defeat Zuzu. Without Sergey Roget may have been in trouble, but that’s why they say that it’s always good to have at least one powerful underling. I don’t care for Sergey much as a character, but he is a tough villain for sure.

Ray was Leo’s daughter and she seemed like a very heroic character. She didn’t hesitate to make the ultimate sacrifice to stop Zarc. She seems to have some mystical abilities or simply great knowledge to use those cards so effectively and then to communicate with Riley afterwards. I still don’t get why she would tell him that letting Leo win was the best answer though. Sure, fusing the dimensions would bring her back along with Zarc so they could do the whole thing over again, but trying to stop him first seems a whole lot less risky if you ask me.

Finally we have Zarc. He’s the big bad of the series but before he obtained almost limitless power he was just an ordinary duelist who liked the sport. He aimed to become the best player in the world and was able to realize his dream. That was certainly quite the feat. The power did go to his head and he turned evil though so I guess the guy didn’t have a whole lot of will power. He makes for a pretty great villain though even if he doesn’t always make a lot of sense. He wants a good duel and is always looking for one, but then when people challenge him he claims that it’s a waste of time and is constantly insulting them. I guess it just goes with the whole over confidence thing, but you’d think that he would be a little happier about getting to duel so much right?

I do have to quickly mention that the series does have a pretty bad ending though. I dare say that it’s even terrible. I won’t say who, but there are at least 3 main fatalities, but depending on how you look at it millions of people died. The villains planned to merge the 4 universes into one which merges people too. Well, the plan was sort of stopped, but not really leading to a rather odd mismash of things. Memories don’t match, some people are back and some likely aren’t. We’re just supposed to accept this and know that sometimes the heroes don’t always win, but it’s just a real downer. Especially since I liked the 3 characters who were erased. Only now they are stuck in someone else’ body, but not in the more direct way that Yami and Astral were put on. They’re more like Yuto so it will be tough to take direct control and eventually they will be assimilated. It’s a very dark ending and one that I wasn’t satisfied with at all. I’d say to just skip the final arc, but beyond that last bit the actual arc was really very good. I’d say the best thing to do is watch the final battle with Zarc and then turn off the TV. No reason to see the final mini arc that just destroys what the ending should have been.

As to what the final arc did right, the battle gauntlet with Zarc was great. Pretty much every important duelist lines up to fight him back to back. The duel is several episodes long and everyone gets to do their best. My only question each time is why everyone would jump into the duel midway. All that does is lower your attack points to 2000 when if they waited a few seconds later they would have been at full power. It is understandable if you’re trying to save the person, but not if they are about to lose anyway. You’re just jumping into an unwinnable position, especially since Zarc already had a great combo on the field and over 5000 life points. So, a little plot hax there, but nonetheless it was a great climax. I always like it when a bunch of heroes try to rush the final boss. It’s a fairly rare occurrence as well which is likely why it is so special as well. Zarc was a really fun final boss and he will certainly be remembered.

Since this show showed us that a big crossover show is possible next we need to have one where all of the main characters meet. If it wants to be ambitious it can be a long title where they don’t all meet up at first. The first 12 episodes could just be the 5 main characters having their own adventures until suddenly an event occurs which forces them to meet up and duel. I’d suggest another invasion series with dimension against dimension but that just happened so a fresh plot would probably be good. Some kind of tournament is a safe bet and with their dimensions on the line everyone would have to enter. A standard 3 vs 3 team style tournament would be best and that’d be awesome. It likely won’t happen, but I can dream. Regardless, it was smart of Arc V to make the plot one huge war. It definitely ensures that every fighter is always dueling at their peak since the stakes are so high.

I think that’s actually a pretty big reason as to why Arc V is so great. It probably has the longest ongoing plot from all of the Yugioh titles. For the most part none of them are quite as focused as this one. They usually have long tournaments and adventures, but not one large plot that keeps going the way that this one does. Arc V does break it up into arcs of course, but the war is always going whether it is in the forefront or the background. It’s really just one long mission for roughly 100 episodes and it’s just hard to beat that.

As you can probably guess the animation is excellent here. The character models are all on point and the action sequences are great. It’s really at its best when Yuya’s eyes begin to glow with his Zarc mode. The energy effects in general are just great and you can easily tell that this is a newer Yugioh series as the animation is unmatched. The soundtrack is also quite excellent. We get a lot of great battle tunes and even a retro 5Ds selection as well. No GX tunes that I could recognize popped up, but that’s okay. I’d still give the soundtrack a full 5 stars as it hit all of the right notes and also had a lot of variety. It goes without saying that the writing is dynamite as well.

Overall, Yugioh Arc V is a superb show and will go down in anime history as one of the all time greats. It has over 100 episodes so that gives time for a lot of duels. The plot is very engaging and the show never lets up in just how exciting it is. The crossover angle just helps with that even more. I would highly recommend this show to fans of the genre and to anyone that likes a good action series. The show has no real flaws which is quite impressive and the main cast is really good too. When a series has all of the elements like this one does (Animation, Pacing, Writing, Music, etc) and executes them well, success is basically guaranteed.

Overall 9/10

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Current Fighter Standings 2

It’s been a long time so the next edition of the Blog’s Fighter Standings is finally here. Currently there are 4568 Fighters on this site. Since the last Records we’ve gotten hundreds of battles including requests from Destroyer, Sonic, iKnowledge, Unknown, Anonymous, Eric, etc. It’s time to see how all of your fights have moved the rankings around. I think we all know who the first and last place fighters are, but the others are anyone’s guess. It’s been a hype year of blog fights and more are sure to come. If you want to look up a fighter in particular, I highly recommend using ctrl-F and then typing in their name.

Time for some fun facts. There’s no easy way to get all of the data that I’d like on this, but I at least know most of the main awards from making the matches. The character who shot up the most from all of the new additions is Zamasu who has a win ratio .933 right from the Gate.

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Yang was a close runner up but she got barely edged out this time.

The franchise with the most new characters is definitely the Avatar franchise with around 20 new fighters. Those guys definitely put in the work.

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After this colossal list, the blog will be taking a short break as I recuperate. Enjoy the rankings!

1st BASS 806-0

2nd Bly 104-0

3rd Vegeta 79-0

4th Sasuke 75-0

5th Train 56-0

6th Ryoma 50-0
6th Jaden 50-0

7th Kaiba 32-0

8th Grimmjow 27-0

9th Gon 309-5 .984

10th Tsuna 41-1 .976

11th Ichigo 104-3 .971

12th Megaman 83-3 .965

13th Goku 161-6 .964

14th Bakura 25-1 .961
14th Sonic 100-4 .961

15th Zero 48-2 .960

16th Zeke 19-1 .950

17th Sora 18-1 .947
17th Medaka Kurokami 18-1 .947

18th Frieza 35-2 .945

19th Syaoran 16-1 .941
19th Yami Yugi 32-2 .941

20th Yusuke 46-3 .938

21st Jean Grey 15-1 .937

22nd Ash 216-15 .935

23rd Metal Sonic 28-2 .933
23rd Lightning 14-1 .933
23rd Gigan 14-1 .933
23rd Aizen 14-1 .933
23rd Zamasu 14-1 .933

24th Megaman SF 26-2 .928

25th Cell 63-5 .926

26th Marcus 24-2 .923
26th Blackheart 12-1 .923

27th Gohan 35-3 .921

28th Buu 23-2 .920
28th Byakuya 23-2 .920

29th Ironman 66-6 .916
29th Ms Marvel 11-1 .916
29th Batman 176-16 .916

30th Lazerman 259-25 .911

31st Rainbow Dash 10-1 .909
31st Yang 10-1 .909
31st Mukuro 20-2 .909
31st Kaguro 20-2 .909
31st Zaraki 20-2 .909
31st Kanda 20-2 .909
31st Simon (Gurren Lagann) 10-1 .909
31st Protoman 30-3 .909
31st Atlas 20-2 .909
31st Oga Tatsumi 10-1 .909

32nd Ryu 18-2 .900
32nd Accelerator 9-1 .900
32nd Iori 9-1 .900
32nd Kimimaro 9-1 .900
32nd Hao 9-1 .900
32nd Yoh 18-2 .900
32nd Kazuki 9-1 .900

33rd Sephiroth 26-3 .896

34th Kenshin 17-2 .894

35th Naruto 73-9 .890

36th Level 3 Akuma 8-1 .888
36th Savageman 48-6 .888
36th Dark Samus 8-1 .888
36th Kite (Yugioh) 8-1 .888
36th Copy X 8-1 .888
36th Black Star 8-1 .888
36th Optimus Prime 16-2 .888
36th Killua 16-2 .888
36th Lust 6-1 .888
36th Lan 6-1 .888
36th Kiri 6-1 .888
36th Gate 6-1 .888

37th Spiderman 78-10 .886

38th Slur 15-2 .882
38th Mega Man 45-6 .882

39th Sigma 22-3 .880
39th Shadow 37-5 .880
39th Supergirl 22-3 .880

40th Lenalee 7-1 .875
40th Trunks 28-4 .875
40th Lucario 21-3 .875
40th Infinite 7-1 .875
40th Tasuku 7-1 .875

41st Pharohman 20-3 .869
41st Kazuya 20-3 .869
41st Alucard 20-3 .869

42nd Ulquiorra 13-2 .866
42nd Vent 13-2 .866
42nd Gao Mikado 13-2 .866

43rd Pac Man 25-4 .862

44th Cloud 31-5 .861
44th Green Lantern 31-5 .861

45th Gravityman 37-6 .860
45th Gemini Saga 99-16 .860

46th Level 4 Akuma 6-1 .857
46th Black War Greymon 6-1 .857
46th Yoshimori 6-1 .857
46th Ginta 6-1 .857
46th Gallantmon 12-2 .857
46th Dormammu 6-1 .857
46th Homura Akemi 6-1 .857
46th Obito 12-2 .857

47th Hibari 17-3 .850

48th Shazam 11-2 .846
48th Greymon 11-2 .846
48th Legion 11-2 .846
48th Dialga 11-2 .846

49th Spiderman 2099 32-6 .842
49th Madara 16-3 .842

50th Pit 21-4 .840
50th Luffy 42-8 .840

51st Zoro 26-5 .838

52nd Samus 36-7 .837

53rd Rokuro 5-1 .833
53rd Ratchet 10-2 .833
53rd Lewa 5-1 .833
53rd Takanuva 5-1 .833
53rd Iihiko 5-1 .833
53rd Aichi Sendou 5-1 .833
53rd Garurumon 5-1 .833
53rd Groudon 5-1 .833
53rd Megaman X 20-4 .833
53rd Sensui 5-1 .833
53rd Amazo 5-1 .833
53rd Kyle Rayner 10-2 .833
53rd Hollow Ichigo 5-1 .833
53rd Cia 5-1 .833
53rd Alastor 5-1 .833
53rd Machamp 5-1 .833
53rd Roy 10-2 .833
53rd Beerus 5-1 .833
53rd Yuichiro 5-1 .833
53rd Nemu 5-1 .833
53rd Wonder Woman 45-9 .833
53rd Dorothy 5-1 .833

54th Riku 19-4 .826

55th Goten 14-3 .823
55th Thor 182-39 .823

56th Rogue 9-2 .818
56th Dark Megaman 9-2 .818
56th Misaka 9-2 .818

57th Mecha Godzilla 13-3 .812
57th Thanos 26-6 .812

58th Prismman 34-8 .809
58th Ultron 17-4 .809

59th Allen 21-5 .807

60th Tai 8-2 .800
60th Searchman 36-9 .800
60th Janemba 8-2 .800
60th Gama 4-1 .800
60th Roy (FMA) 4-1 .800
60th Moguera 4-1 .800
60th Aile 4-1 .800
60th Scarface 4-1 .800
60th Rock Lee 4-1 .800
60th Crocodile 4-1 .800
60th Mew 4-1 .800
60th Kyogre 4-1 .800
60th Gary 4-1 .800
60th Zack Taylor 4-1 .800
60th Billy Cranston 4-1 .800
60th Trini Kwan 4-1 .800
60th Kimberly Ann Hart 4-1 .800
60th Xanxus 4-1 .800
60th Ren 16-4 .800
60th Fox 28-7 .800
60th Younger Toguro 4-1 .800
60th Yubel 4-1 .800
60th Bravenwolf 4-1 .800
60th Miss Martian 4-1 .800
60th Rai 4-1 .800
60th Reiji 4-1 .800
60th Power Girl 4-1 .800
60th Soundblaster 8-2 .800
60th Ray Mk II 4-1 .800
60th Kaz Gordon 4-1 .800
60th Baby 4-1 .800
60th Psylocke 4-1 .800
60th Raikage 4-1 .800
60th Charizard 28-7 .800
60th Rukia 8-2 .800
60th Green Lantern (Stewart) 8-2 .800
60th Dr Strange 8-2 .800
60th Saber 4-1 .800
60th Bardock 4-1 .800
60th Tahiri Veila 4-1 .800
60th Sinestro 4-1 .800
60th Genos 4-1 .800
60th Pride 8-2 .800
60th Rayquaza 8-2 .800
60th Marik 4-1 .800
60th Kirito 24-6 .800
60th Ruby Rose 4-1 .800
60th Weiss 4-1 .800

61st Piccolo 27-7 .794

62nd Omega Shenron 11-3 .785
62nd Emma Frost 11-3 .785
62nd Doomsday 11-3 .785

63rd Darkseid 18-5 .782

64th Kurapika 7-2 .777
64th Veemon 7-2 .777
64th Burter 7-2 .777
64th Android 17 7-2 .777
64th Exodia 7-2 .777
64th Serenade 14-4 .777
64th Snake Eyes 7-2 .777
64th Cobra Commander 7-2 .777
64th Strauss 7-2 .777
64th Ansem 7-2 .777
64th Ness 14-4 .777
64th Mewtwo 28-8 .777
64th Venom 42-12 .777
64th Broly 35-10 .777
64th Vakishim 7-2 .777
64th Dante 7-2 .777
64th King Cold 5-2 .777
64th Natsu 5-2 .777

65th Cyclops 17-5 .772
65th Zane 17-5 .772
65th Punk 34-10 .772

66th Falzar 10-3 .769
66th Starfire 10-3 .769
66th Hiei 20-6 .769

67th Cooler 13-4 .764

68th Ganondorf 16-5 .761
68th Sanji 16-5 .761

69th Biollante 22-7 .758

70th Spikeman 31-10 .756

71st Flash (Barry) 18-6 .750
71st King Cobra 9-3 .750
71st Leon (Cardfight) 3-1 .750
71st Takuya 3-1 .750
71st Tyki Mikk 6-2 .750
71st Creed 3-1 .750
71st Hibito 6-2 .750
71st Ranmaru 3-1 .750
71st Chaos Bahamut 3-1 .750
71st Hisoka 3-1 .750
71st Gen 3-1 .750
71st Ventus 3-1 .750
71st Najimi Ajimu 3-1 .750
71st Kuneida 3-1 .750
71st Omega Xis 3-1 .750
71st Tenguman 6-2 .750
71st Redips 6-2 .750
71st Sora (naruto) 6-2 .750
71st Misty 3-1 .750
71st Garchomp 3-1 .750
71st Butterfree 3-1 .750
71st Anna 3-1 .750
71st Blaze 6-2 .750
71st ROB 6-2 .750
71st Jack (5ds) 6-2 .750
71st Rodimus Prime 3-1 .750
71st Ninetails 3-1 .750
71st Hikaru 15-5 .750
71st Zorc 3-1 .750
71st Kyodaigumo 3-1 .750
71st Sakura (Cards) 6-2 .750
71st Owlman 3-1 .750
71st Jin Kariya 3-1 .750
71st Kamui 3-1 .750
71st Grave Joker 3-1 .750
71st Vice 3-1 .750
71st Setsuna F Seiei 3-1 .750
71st Omega (Zero) 3-1 .750
71st Metallo 3-1 .750
71st Vincent 3-1 .750
71st Shadow Android 3-1 .750
71st Nirvash 3-1 .750
71st Skin 3-1 .750
71st Hikaru Shidou 3-1 .750
71st Promethean Knight 3-1 .750
71st Kuroyukihime 3-1 .750
71st Kenshiro 3-1 .750
71st Rikuo Nura 3-1 .750
71st Astro Boy 12-4 .750
71st Joey 6-2 .750
71st Captain Marvel 6-2 .750
71st Hibiki 3-1 .750
71st Dan 3-1 .750
71st Erza 3-1 .750
71st Alduin 3-1 .750
71st Dark Pit 3-1 .750
71st God Ginrai 3-1 .750
71st Toothless 3-1 .750
71st Star Saber 3-1 .750
71st Unicron 9-3 .750
71st Cyber End Dragon 6-2 .750
71st Alfred 3-1 .750
71st Davis 3-1 .750
71st Maka 3-1 .750
71st Sailor Galaxia 6-2 .750
71st Sena Arata 3-1 .750
71st Corrin 3-1 .750
71st Mikaela 3-1 .750
71st Graviton 3-1 .750
71st Bayonetta 3-1 .750
71st Starkiller 3-1 .750
71st al’Lan Mandragoran 3-1 .750
71st Genma 3-1 .750
71st Beast Titan 3-1 .750
71st Gemini Spark 12-4 .750

72nd Vile 17-6 .739

73rd The BioLizard 28-10 .736
73rd Yugi 14-5 .736

74th Link 55-20 .733

75th Ben 10 27-10 .729

76th Knuckles 8-3 .727
76th Cyber Shredder 8-3 .727
76th Lina Inverse 8-3 .727
76th Tifa 8-3 .727
76th Colossus 8-3 .727

77th Invisible Woman 21-8 .724

78th Judgeman 34-13 .723

79th Dr Doom 13-5 .722

80th Superman 176-68 .721
80th Mario 83-32 .721

81st Mothra 18-7 .720

82nd Godzilla 112-44 .717
82nd Quickman 33-13 .717

83rd Toshiki Kai 5-2 .714
83rd Human Torch 10-4 .714
83rd Shukaku 5-2 .714
83rd Emerl 5-2 .714
83rd Skullman 30-12 .714
83rd Soundwave 10-4 .714
83rd Ridley 5-2 .714
83rd Beet 5-2 .714
83rd Battra 20-8 .714
83rd Rouga Aragami 5-2 .714
83rd Magoroku Shido 5-2 .714
83rd Akame 10-4 .714

84th Blasterman 32-13 .711

85th Dark Vader 12-5 .705

86th Hirudegarn 7-3 .700
86th Megalon 7-3 .700
86th Shulk 7-3 .700
86th Black Doom 7-3 .700
86th Skeith 14-6 .700
86th Crimson Dragon 7-3 .700
86th Juggernaut 7-3 .700
86th Jin 7-3 .700
86th Kazane 7-3 .700

87th Blastman 30-13 .697

88th Scar 16-7 .695

89th Dark Gaia 9-4 .692
89th Nine Tailed Fox 9-4 .692
89th Blaziken 9-4 .692
89th Red 9-4 .692
89th Eren Jeager 9-4 .692

99th Videoman 29-13 .690
99th Deadpool 29-13 .690

100th Zelda 20-9 .689

101st Zero EXE 11-5 .687
101st Martian Manhunter 11-5 .687
101st Megatron 11-5 .687

102nd King Ghidorah 15-7 .681

103rd Robin 17-8 .680
103rd Rodan 17-8 .680

104th Pikachu 31-15 .673

105th Cinder 2-1 .666
105th Touma 2-1 .666
105th Tahu 8-4 .666
105th Lehvak Kal 2-1 .666
105th Sailor Saturn 4-2 .666
105th Kopaka 4-2 .666
105th Grand Fisher 8-4 .666
105th Hitsugaya 2-1 .666
105th Harribel 2-1 .666
105th Vision 6-3 .666
105th Shrieker 2-1 .666
105th Ren Suzugamori 2-1 .666
105th Yoruichi 2-1 .666
105th Mikey 2-1 .666
105th Togemon 2-1 .666
105th Gomamon 2-1 .666
105th Guy 2-1 .666
105th Al 2-1 .666
105th Wrath 2-1 .666
105th Sting Eucliffe 2-1 .666
105th Android 16 6-3 .666
105th Hilda 2-1 .666
105th Furuichi 2-1 .666
105th Viral 2-1 .666
105th Orga 8-4 .666
105th Drax The Destroyer 8-4 .666
105th Phantom (MAR) 2-1 .666
105th Vilius 2-1 .666
105th Sharkman 8-4 .666
105th Freezeman 4-2 .666
105th Ra Thor 2-1 .666
105th Ban 2-1 .666
105th Tobirama Senju 2-1 .666
105th Kaguya 2-1 .666
105th Epsilon 2-1 .666
105th Grey 2-1 .666
105th Kabuto 4-2 .666
105th Choji 2-1 .666
105th Sakon 4-2 .666
105th Mihawk 2-1 .666
105th Blue 2-1 .666
105th Pokemon Trainer 2-1 .666
105th Geodude 2-1 .666
105th Ho-Oh 4-2 .666
105th Rapidash 2-1 .666
105th Magneton 2-1 .666
105th Silver Sonic 2 2-1 .666
105th Zebra (Toriko) 2-1 .666
105th Shark (Yugioh) 2-1 .666
105th Dark Magician Girl 2-1 .666
105th Ghost 2-1 .666
105th Primo 2-1 .666
105th Diabound 2-1 .666
105th Obelisk 2-1 .666
105th Skeebo 2-1 .666
105th Kurama 4-2 .666
105th Hollow 4-2 .666
105th Captain Atom 4-2 .666
105th Destroyer 4-2 .666
105th Blue Beetle 2-1 .666
105th Arshes Nei 2-1 .666
105th Wonderman 4-2 .666
105th Hanon 2-1 .666
105th Masamori 2-1 .666
105th Setsuki 2-1 .666
105th Aihi 2-1 .666
105th Cyborg Superman 2-1 .666
105th Zangetsu 2-1 .666
105th Simon 2-1 .666
105th Shio 2-1 .666
105th Daniel X 2-1 .666
105th Pluto 2-1 .666
105th Metastacia 2-1 .666
105th Terra 2-1 .666
105th Genkai 2-1 .666
105th Kikyo 2-1 .666
105th Caroni 2-1 .666
105th Kouya 2-1 .666
105th Mirage (Spychanger) 2-1 .666
105th Togera 2-1 .666
105th Ashe 2-1 .666
105th Captain Bravo 2-1 .666
105th Jak 2-1 .666
105th Ryoma Nagare 2-1 .666
105th Phantom (Zero) 2-1 .666
105th Victor 2-1 .666
105th Miss Yuri 2-1 .666
105th Saki 2-1 .666
105th Mu 2-1 .666
105th Huey 2-1 .666
105th Quickster 4-2 .666
105th Omega 4-2 .666
105th Matt 2-1 .666
105th Death Saurer 2-1 .666
105th Pegasus Seiya 2-1 .666
105th Tigerstar 2-1 .666
105th Bio Broly 2-1 .666
105th Chuck Greene 2-1 .666
105th Quantosaurous Rex 2-1 .666
105th Booster Gold 2-1 .666
105th Aqualad 2-1 .666
105th Ezio 4-2 .666
105th Bastion 2-1 .666
105th Ueki 2-1 .666
105th Suicider 2-1 .666
105th Sesshomaru 2-1 .666
105th Zenon 2-1 .666
105th Baron 2-1 .666
105th Boogyman 2-1 .666
105th Beltorze 2-1 .666
105th Cunningham 2-1 .666
105th Desmond Miles 2-1 .666
105th Grineed 2-1 .666
105th Garonewt 2-1 .666
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105th Virus Beast 4-2 .666
105th Superboy 2-1 .666
105th Spectre 4-2 .666
105th Yuya 2-1 .666
105th Orphen 2-1 .666
105th Drum Bunker Dragon 4-2 .666
105th Zanya Kisaragi 4-2 .666
105th Kyoko Sakura 2-1 .666
105th Bart Simpson 2-1 .666
105th Mami Tomoe 2-1 .666
105th Lobo 2-1 .666
105th XJ 9 2-1 .666
105th Atom 2-1 .666
105th Blue Knight 2-1 .666
105th Joey Jones 2-1 .666
105th Sally 4-2 .666
105th Skull Reaper 2-1 .666
105th Nail 2-1 .666
105th Rhydon 2-1 .666
105th Rin Okumura 4-2 .666
105th Ivy 2-1 .666
105th Ichinose 2-1 .666
105th Akuma 2-1 .666
105th Gray (Fairy Tail) 2-1 .666
105th Tank (Left 4 Dead) 2-1 .666
105th Spyro 2-1 .666
105th Skynet 2-1 .666
105th Alain 2-1 .666
105th Thomas 2-1 .666
105th Assassin 2-1 .666
105th Kouki 2-1 .666
105th Koutei 2-1 .666
105th Leonard 2-1 .666
105th Nova (Sam) 2-1 .666
105th Gilgamesh 2-1 .666
105th Shirou 2-1 .666
105th Cell Jr 8-4 .666
105th Ornstein 2-1 .666
105th Bryan Mills 2-1 .666
105th Ryu Hayabusa 2-1 .666
105th Dromus 2-1 .666
105th Genesect 2-1 .666
105th Takamiya 2-1 .666
105th Gourry 2-1 .666
105th Berserker 2-1 .666
105th Tojo Hidetora 2-1 .666
105th Volga 2-1 .666
105th Ai Enma 4-2 .666
105th Havok 6-3 .666
105th Lord Boros 2-1 .666
105th Fuji 2-1 .666
105th Lana 2-1 .666
105th Gaara 10-5 .666
105th Percy Jackson 2-1 .666
105th Saitama 2-1 .666
105th Asura 2-1 .666
105th Iroh 2-1 .666
105th Elisa Maza 2-1 .666
105th Wraith 2-1 .666
105th Ozai 2-1 .666
105th Snail 2-1 .666
105th Blake 2-1 .666
105th Davide Yamazaki 4-2 .666
105th Kami Tenchi 2-1 .666
105th Namorita 2-1 .666
105th Zuko 2-1 .666
105th Han Solo 2-1 .666
105th Pyrrha Nikos 2-1 .666
105th Jason Lee Scott 4-2 .666
105th Dracena 6-3 .666

106th Metalman 27-14 .658

107th Pain 11-6 .647
107th Kakashi 11-6 .647

108th Godzilla Junior 9-5 .642
108th Colonel 9-5 .642
108th Duo 9-5 .642
108th Sentry 459 9-5 .642
108th Lex Luthor 9-5 .642
108th Three Giant Snakes 9-5 .642

109th Clover 16-9 .640
109th Silver Surfer 16-9 .640

110th Captain America 23-13 .638

111th Palutena 7-4 .636
111th Palkia 7-4 .636
111th Itachi 14-8 .636
111th Raditz 7-4 .636

112th Eggman 12-7 .631
112th Galactus 12-7 .631
112th Titanosaurus 12-7 .631
112th Elecman 12-7 .631
112th Wolverine 24-14 .631

113th Anguirus 17-10 .629

114th Destoroyah 22-13 .628

115th Ike 10-6 .625
115th Sailor Mars 5-3 .625
115th Dark Link 5-3 .625
115th Desertman 10-6 .625
115th Minato 5-3 .625
115th Uryu 5-3 .625
115th Nuova Shenron 5-3 .625
115th Tsunade 5-3 .625
115th Kid Bass 5-3 .625
115th Proto Man 5-3 .625
115th Bugs Bunny 5-3 .625
115th Yusei 10-6 .625
115th Barugon 5-3 .625
115th Time Eater 5-3 .625
115th Surtur 5-3 .625
115th Kratos 5-3 .625
115th Akiza 5-3 .625
115th Enchantress 5-3 .625
115th Raiden 5-3 .625

116th Megaguirus 8-5 .615
116th Shredder 8-5 .615
116th Spinosaurus 8-5 .615

117th Greninja 11-7 .611
117th Rosalina 11-7 .611

118th Diaboromon 14-9 .608

119th Magicman 26-17 .604

120th Ghost Rider 21-14 .600
120th Kirby 15-10 .600
120th Cole MacGrath 3-2 .600
120th Finn 3-2 .600
120th Rio 3-2 .600
120th Regal 3-2 .600
120th Iblis 3-2 .600
120th Renamon 3-2 .600
120th Android 18 9-6 .600
120th Guiron 3-2 .600
120th Ukon 3-2 .600
120th Eevee 3-2 .600
120th Brightman 3-2 .600
120th Gridman 6-4 .600
120th Jonathan Joestar 3-2 .600
120th Blue Eyes White Dragon 3-2 .600
120th Wigglytuff 3-2 .600
120th Solaris 6-4 .600
120th Mecha Sonic 3-2 .600
120th Bishop 3-2 .600
120th Dark Zorc 3-2 .600
120th Zangya 3-2 .600
120th Namor 3-2 .600
120th Iron Fist 3-2 .600
120th Swamp Thing 2-2 .600
120th Bobobobobobobo 3-2 .600
120th Mephiles 21-14 .600
120th Mirage (Girl) 3-2 .600
120th Azumarill 3-2 .600
120th Bugriser 6-4 .600
120th Judge Dredd 3-2 .600
120th Jason Bourne 3-2 .600
120th Muk 3-2 .600
120th Clefairy 3-2 .600
120th Teridax 12-8 .600
120th Gandalf 3-2 .600
120th Levi 3-2 .600
120th Chazz 3-2 .600
120th Cammy 3-2 .600

121st Space Godzilla 31-21 .596

122nd Viewtiful Joe 7-5 .583
122nd Yuma 7-5 .583
122nd Japanman 7-5 .583
122nd Manda 7-5 .583
122nd Wii Fit Trainer 7-5 .583
122nd Bahamut (SIN) 7-5 .583

123rd Cosmoman 11-8 .578
123rd Kiva 11-8 .578

124th Krillin 12-9 .571
124th Chun Li 4-3 .571
124th Cerberus (Disney) 4-3 .571
124th Roll 24-18 .571
124th Cup Ramen Man 4-3 .571
124th Gregar 4-3 .571
124th Arceus 4-3 .571
124th Takeshi Yamamoto 4-3 .571
124th Lois Lane 4-3 .571
124th Batman Beyond 4-3 .571
124th Grimlock 4-3 .571
124th Krystal 4-3 .571
124th Status Quo 4-3 .571
124th Gali 4-3 .571
124th Eis Shenron 4-3 .571
124th Mr Mxyzptlk 4-3 .571
124th Nova 4-3 .571
124th Lucina 8-6 .571

125th Napalmman 22-17 .564

126th Kumonga 9-7 .562

127th Rallen 5-4 .555
127th Sentry 5-4 .555
127th Franky 5-4 .555
127th King Boo 15-12 .555
127th Road Runner 10-8 .555
127th Iron Giant 5-4 .555
127th Black Widow 5-4 .555

128th Kingman 21-17 .552

129th Mecha Godzilla 2 16-13 .551

130th Toadman 6-5 .545
130th Tien 6-5 .545

131st Master Chief 13-11 .541

132nd Virgo Shaka 7-6 .538
132nd Aquaman 7-6 .538
132nd Sakura 7-6 .538
132nd Orochimaru 7-6 .538
132nd Captain Falcon 14-12 .538
132nd Star Lord 7-6 .538

133rd Little Mac 15-13 .535

134th Dio Brando 9-8 .529

135th Red Hulk 10-9 .526

136th Numberman 21-19 .525

137th Hulk 30-28 .517

138th Wyatt Halliwell 1-1 .500
138th Haru Glory 1-1 .500
138th Combustion Man 1-1 .500
138th Sofia Sakharov 1-1 .500
138th Captain Answer 1-1 .500
138th HIM 1-1 .500
138th Lute 1-1 .500
138th Kuei 1-1 .500
138th Vaatu 1-1 .500
138th Papa Bear 1-1 .500
138th Ujio 1-1 .500
138th Lyn 1-1 .500
138th Jack Torrance 1-1 .500
138th Orser Kleinz 1-1 .500
138th Roku (Avatar) 1-1 .500
138th Demon Inzaidi 1-1 .500
138th Card Burn 1-1 .500
138th Heracles 1-1 .500
138th Ikarino 1-1 .500
138th Misaki Suzuhara 1-1 .500
138th Sailor Pluto 2-2 .500
138th Feitan 2-2 .500
138th Tenzin 1-1 .500
138th Edward Kenway 2-2 .500
138th Bison 2-2 .500
138th Anira 1-1 .500
138th Jinora 1-1 .500
138th Kisame 4-4 .500
138th Hit 1-1 .500
138th Black Adam 3-3 .500
138th Quicksilver 5-5 .500
138th Iceman 5-5 .500
138th Flashman 7-7 .500
138th Kisara 1-1 .500
138th Aerodactyl 1-1 .500
138th Riptide (Girl) 1-1 .500
138th Ripley 1-1 .500
138th Darren 1-1 .500
138th Kurumu Kurono 1-1 .500
138th Towa 1-1 .500
138th Wile E Coyote 1-1 .500
138th Jasmine 1-1 .500
138th Fuego 1-1 .500
138th Tesla 1-1 .500
138th Giovanni 1-1 .500
138th Grim hunter 1-1 .500
138th Miko 1-1 .500
138th Cortana 2-2 .500
138th Commissioner Gordon 1-1 .500
138th Ukitsu 1-1 .500
138th Yasuha 1-1 .500
138th Zazan 1-1 .500
138th Shizuku Sangou 1-1 .500
138th Cyclopian Guard 1-1 .500
138th Breakdown 1-1 .500
138th Ruckus 1-1 .500
138th Nohime 1-1 .500
138th Kamikaze 1-1 .500
138th Ringer (Davis) 1-1 .500
138th Worm (X) 1-1 .500
138th Princess Dusk 1-1 .500
138th Zeru 1-1 .500
138th Jane Foster 1-1 .500
138th Yakon 1-1 .500
138th Dizzy 1-1 .500
138th Nora 1-1 .500
138th Calamity Coyote 1-1 .500
138th Jam Kuradoberi 1-1 .500
138th Firestar (Marvel) 1-1 .500
138th Zavok 1-1 .500
138th Viki 1-1 .500
138th Wayne Campbell 1-1 .500
138th Angela (Marvel) 1-1 .500
138th Baby Bonnie Girl 1-1 .500
138th Chiaotzu 1-1 .500
138th Coop 1-1 .500
138th Durandal (UESC) 1-1 .500
138th Hellrunner 1-1 .500
138th Emmet (Lego) 1-1 .500
138th Jiralhanae Chieftain 1-1 .500
138th Mifune 1-1 .500
138th Mutavore 1-1 .500
138th Raijin 1-1 .500
138th Jin Magatsu 3-3 .500
138th Kiyo Takamine 1-1 .500
138th Robocop 1-1 .500
138th Shu Ouma 1-1 .500
138th Sangheili 1-1 .500
138th Shade Man 1-1 .500
138th Ryoko Hakubi 1-1 .500
138th Hunter (Halo) 4-4 .500
138th Crazy Hand 4-4 .500
138th He Man 7-7 .500
138th The Noid 1-1 .500
138th Dr Light (DC) 1-1 .500
138th Ghirahim 1-1 .500
138th Fortress Maximus 1-1 .500
138th Rabbit 1-1 .500
138th Rubik 1-1 .500
138th Dark Schneider 4-4 .500
138th Scarlet Rain 1-1 .500
138th Lewis (Simpsons) 1-1 .500
138th Avak 1-1 .500
138th Big Daddy (Alpha) 1-1 .500
138th Black Rock Shooter 1-1 .500
138th Elmo 1-1 .500
138th Siena 1-1 .500
138th Empath 1-1 .500
138th Pai 1-1 .500
138th Rust 1-1 .500
138th Red Monika 1-1 .500
138th Shana 1-1 .500
138th Ord 1-1 .500
138th Nariko 1-1 .500
138th Foxbat 1-1 .500
138th Tusk 1-1 .500
138th Vermin 1-1 .500
138th Leo Kingdom 1-1 .500
138th Leo Regulus 1-1 .500
138th Panda King 1-1 .500
138th Pegasus Koga 1-1 .500
138th Nuparu 1-1 .500
138th War Machine 5-5 .500
138th Feraligatr 2-2 .500
138th Bloody Rachel 1-1 .500
138th Jarrod 1-1 .500
138th Serenity 1-1 .500
138th Maria (Castlevania) 1-1 .500
138th Bulwark 2 1-1 .500
138th Aisha Clanclan 1-1 .500
138th Airi 1-1 .500
138th Blair 1-1 .500
138th Takion 1-1 .500
138th Tracey 1-1 .500
138th Thardus 1-1 .500
138th Tentacruel 1-1 .500
138th Arcanine 1-1 .500
138th Arlong 1-1 .500
138th Bellamy 1-1 .500
138th Typhlosion 1-1 .500
138th Tyranitar 2-2 .500
138th Venonat 1-1 .500
138th The Source 1-1 .500
138th Totoro 1-1 .500
138th Cole 1-1 .500
138th Firefly 1-1 .500
138th Alphamon 1-1 .500
138th Slappy Squirrel 1-1 .500
138th Casey 1-1 .500
138th Skyhawk 1-1 .500
138th Farmer 1-.500
138th Sagittarius Aiolos 1-1 .500
138th Sam B 1-1 .500
138th Megamind 1-1 .500
138th Mordecai 1-1 .500
138th Gazimon 1-1 .500
138th Joe Umitsubame 1-1 .500
138th Jonathan 1-1 .500
138th Ken Tenku 1-1 .500
138th Lance (Sym Bionic Titan) 1-1 .500
138th Odin (Myth) 1-1 .500
138th Pagaya 1-1 .500
138th Perrikus 1-1 .500
138th Phoenix 1-1 .500
138th Porygon 1-1 .500
138th Priest 1-1 .500
138th Raleigh Becket 1-1 .500
138th Red X 2-2 .500
138th Beelzemon 1-1 .500
138th Coby 1-1 .500
138th Earthworm Jim 1-1 .500
138th Faora 1-1 .500
138th Finn (Adventure Time) 1-1 .500
138th Flash Thompson 1-1 .500
138th Leomon 1-1 .500
138th Marty McFly 1-1 .500
138th Master Hand 1-1 .500
138th Megalodon 3-3 .500
138th Tresspasser 1-1 .500
138th Wasp Woman 1-1 .500
138th Wildebeest 1-1 .500
138th Yamato Agari 1-1 .500
138th Stan Smith 1-1 .500
138th Saria 1-1 .500
138th Steve Smith 1-1 .500
138th Stewie 1-1 .500
138th Hello Kitty 1-1 .500
138th Jesse 1-1 .500
138th Hayley Fischer 1-1 .500
138th Kevin 11 1-1 .500
138th Leonidas 1-1 .500
138th Oogie Boogie 1-1 .500
138th Shinnojou 1-1 .500
138th Mr Mime 1-1 .500
138th Moltres 1-1 .500
138th Mantine 1-1 .500
138th Max 1-1 .500
138th Kagura 1-1 .500
138th Agent Coulson 1-1 .500
138th Allelujah Haptism 1-1 .500
138th Age 1-1 .500
138th Awaki 1-1 .500
138th Andrea (Walking Dead) 1-1 .500
138th Bobby Pendragon 1-1 .500
138th Brambleclaw 1-1 .500
138th Brent Ernst 1-1 .500
138th Cerberus (Cardcaptor) 1-1 .500
138th Chip 1-1 .500
138th Dragon Shiryu 1-1 .500
138th Hahli 1-1 .500
138th Heel Navi 1-1 .500
138th Yzma 1-1 .500
138th Naraku 1-1 .500
138th Orion Eden 1-1 .500
138th Jaller 1-1 .500
138th Jabberwocky 1-1 .500
138th Jabberwock 1-1 .500
138th Walter White 1-1 .500
138th Yoshimitsu 1-1 .500
138th Duck Hunt Dog 1-1 .500
138th Iggy Koopa 1-1 .500
138th Botis 1-1 .500
138th Pidove 1-1 .500
138th Onoki 1-1 .500
138th Bor 1-1 .500
138th Buizel 1-1 .500
138th Pinsir 1-1 .500
138th Nurse Joy 1-1 .500
138th Clawster 1-1 .500
138th Cut Man 1-1 .500
138th Joystick 1-1 .500
138th Duplica 1-1 .500
138th Dragonite 1-1 .500
138th Dark Man 1-1 .500
138th Colossal Boy 1-1 .500
138th Donphan 1-1 .500
138th Ron 1-1 .500
138th Psyduck 1-1 .500
138th Plutonian 2-2 .500
138th Voltron 1-1 .500
138th The Life Virus 4-4 .500
138th Albert 1-1 .500
138th Byakuran 1-1 .500
138th Hewkii 1-1 .500
138th Poseidon (Saint Seiya) 1-1 .500
138th Ruri Hoshino 1-1 .500
138th Reed Wallbeck 1-1 .500
138th Kokuoh 1-1 .500
138th Kokuto 1-1 .500
138th Tommy Noble 1-1 .500
138th Trafalgar Law 1-1 .500
138th Maxwell 1-1 .500
138th Merle Dixon 1-1 .500
138th Mr Zorg 1-1 .500
138th Shuren 1-1 .500
138th Snoopy 1-1 .500
138th Serpent 1-1 .500
138th Yasha 1-1 .500
138th Kongu 1-1 .500
138th Ralph 1-1 .500
138th Staraptor 1-1 .500
138th Black Abbott 1-1 .500
138th Scizor 2-2 .500
138th Scraggy 1-1 .500
138th Seismitoad 1-1 .500
138th Samurott 1-1 .500
138th Rudy 1-1 .500
138th Dartz 1-1 .500
138th Revy 1-1 .500
138th Klonoa 1-1 .500
138th Reptar 1-1 .500
138th Settra The Inperishable 1-1 .500
138th Seymour Redding 1-1 .500
138th The Evil Midnight Bomber 1-1 .500
138th Thunderstrike 1-1 .500
138th Vinnie 1-1 .500
138th Piyon 1-1 .500
138th Pakunoda 1-1 .500
138th Black Tarantula 1-1 .500
138th Kurenai 1-1 .500
138th Chance 1-1 .500
138th Thornn (Guy) 1-1 .500
138th Daisuke 1-1 .500
138th Dark 1-1 .500
138th Murmur (Mummy) 1-1 .500
138th Alisa Boskonovitch 1-1 .500
138th CC 1-1 .500
138th Nunnally 1-1 .500
138th Slab 1-1 .500
138th Reaper 1-1 .500
138th Artemis 1-1 .500
138th Anita 1-1 .500
138th Deidre 1-1 .500
138th Guren 1-1 .500
138th Iris 1-1 .500
138th Jessie 1-1 .500
138th Galatea 1-1 .500
138th Beta Ray Bill 1-1 .500
138th Star Sapphire 1-1 .500
138th Livewire 1-1 .500
138th Polaris 1-1 .500
138th Big Barda 2-2 .500
138th Umi 1-1 .500
138th Fuu 1-1 .500
138th Lightmaster 1-1 .500
138th Palm 1-1 .500
138th Bluebell 1-1 .500
138th Satana 1-1 .500
138th Malice 1-1 .500
138th Rhedosaurus 1-1 .500
138th Scalphunter 1-1 .500
138th Emboar 1-1 .500
138th Takeshi 1-1 .500
138th Thomas The Tank Engine 1-1 .500
138th Tinker Bell 1-1 .500
138th Enerjak 1-1 .500
138th Goro (MK) 1-1 .500
138th Suzaku 1-1 .500
138th Marrow 1-1 .500
138th White King 1-1 .500
138th Tarot 1-1 .500
138th Ikkaku 1-1 .500
138th Skid (Z) 1-1 .500
138th Sublime 1-1 .500
138th Copperhead (Beam) 1-1 .500
138th Copperhead 1-1 .500
138th Chimera (Joe) 1-1 .500
138th Chimera 1-1 .500
138th Bat 1-1 .500
138th War Wolf 1-1 .500
138th Evil Turtle Bot 1-1 .500
138th Nel 1-1 .500
138th Lupa 1-1 .500
138th Buggy The Clown 1-1 .500
138th Lelouch 1-1 .500
138th Kurse 1-1 .500
138th King Chappa 1-1 .500
138th Krookodile 1-1 .500
138th Kang The Conqueror 1-1 .500
138th Kabutops 1-1 .500
138th Grim Reaper 1-1 .500
138th Great Reaper 1-1 .500
138th Kingler 1-1 .500
138th Albert Alligator 1-1 .500
138th Amber Bailey 1-1 .500
138th Ash Williams 1-1 .500
138th Beheeyem 1-1 .500
138th Big Bird 1-1 .500
138th Captain Magma 2-2 .500
138th Captain Qwark 1-1 .500
138th Charizardtwo 1-1 .500
138th Cyborg Commando 1-1 .500
138th Dark Phantom 1-1 .500
138th Dewey 1-1 .500
138th Diego 1-1 .500
138th Doug 1-1 .500
138th Frylock 1-1 .500
138th Gargoyle 1-1 .500
138th Genkishi 1-1 .500
138th Johnny Cage 1-1 .500
138th Makunouchi Ippo 1-1 .500
138th MC Pee Pants 1-1 .500
138th Mokujin 1-1 .500
138th Pepper Potts 1-1 .500
138th Marco 1-1 .500
138th Professor Impossible 1-1 .500
138th Orko 1-1 .500
138th Yumichika 1-1 .500
138th Ishizu 1-1 .500
138th Kai (MAR) 1-1 .500
138th Ken Kazaki 1-1 .500
138th Vegeta Jr 1-1 .500
138th Arcee 2-2 .500
138th Kid Flash 2-2 .500
138th Alpha 152 1-1 .500
138th Yuffie 1-1 .500
138th May 1-1 .500
138th Boba Fett 2-2 .500
138th Trigon 6-6 .500
138th Alien Queen 2-2 .500
138th Love Machine 2-2 .500
138th Firestorm 3-3 .500
138th Eureka 1-1 .500
138th Ruri 1-1 .500
138th Air Man 1-1 .500
138th Whitebeard 1-1 .500
138th Timmy Turner 1-1 .500
138th Oliver Haddo 1-1 .500
138th Dr Rotwang 1-1 .500
138th Color Kid 1-1 .500
138th Dragon D Monkey 1-1 .500
138th Donna Troy 1-1 .500
138th Feathers McGraw 1-1 .500
138th Flaming Carrot 1-1 .500
138th Goddard 1-1 .500
138th Jelly Jiggler 1-1 .500
138th King Kazma 1-1 .500
138th Hayato Furinji 1-1 .500
138th Lavi 1-1 .500
138th Silva Zoldyck 1-1 .500
138th Omega Supreme 1-1 .500
138th Metroplex 1-1 .500
138th Miguel 1-1 .500
138th Grounder 1-1 .500
138th Noel Vermillion 1-1 .500
138th Bandit Keith 2-2 .500
138th Guy Gardner 2-2 .500
138th Papillon 2-2 .500
138th Li 2-2 .500
138th Roadblock (Energon) 2-2 .500
138th Jeri 2-2 .500
138th Whiplash 2-2 .500
138th Saturn Girl 2-2 .500
138th Scourge 2-2 .500
138th Shade 3-3 .500
138th Box Ghost 1-1 .500
138th Leo Aiolia 1-1 .500
138th Pesche 1-1 .500
138th Saito 1-1 .500
138th Officer Trudge 3-3 .500
138th Antivenom 4-4 .500
138th Alien (Skyline Flower Type) 1-1 .500
138th Ares 1-1 .500
138th Faceless Hunter 1-1 .500
138th Smith (Matrix) 1-1 .500
138th Shriek 1-1 .500
138th Pharoh Man 1-1 .500
138th Hiruko 1-1 .500
138th Gmerl 1-1 .500
138th Bubble man 1-1 .500
138th Genyumaru 1-1 .500
138th Stygimoloch 1-1 .500
138th Sharpner 1-1 .500
138th Basho 1-1 .500
138th Decoe 1-1 .500
138th Navarre 1-1 .500
138th Maria 1-1 .500
138th Ukitake 1-1 .500
138th Aqua 1-1 .500
138th Neon 1-1 .500
138th Spawn 8-8 .500
138th Bionic Bunny 4-4 .500
138th Tarantula (Animal) 2-2 .500
138th Gajeel 1-1 .500
138th Robin (Jason) 3-3 .500
138th Mugino 2-2 .500
138th Littlefoot 1-1 .500
138th Michonne 1-1 .500
138th Saten Ruiko 1-1 .500
138th Pohatu 4-4 .500
138th Vezok 1-1 .500
138th Onua 3-3 .500
138th Sven 1-1 .500
138th Coyote Starrk 1-1 .500
138th Muramasa 1-1 .500
138th Chad 2-2 .500
138th Tsukishima 1-1 .500
138th Takato 1-1 .500
138th Stingmon 1-1 .500
138th Arukenimon 1-1 .500
138th Wizardmon 1-1 .500
138th Gatomon 2-2 .500
138th Zhuqiaomon 1-1 .500
138th Belphemon 1-1 .500
138th Seadramon 1-1 .500
138th Mako 1-1 .500
138th Armadillomon 1-1 .500
138th Edward 2-2 .500
138th Alphonse 1-1 .500
138th James Marshall 1-1 .500
138th Jet Jaguar 1-1 .500
138th Joseph Joestar 2-2 .500
138th Black Bolt 3-3 .500
138th Aoshi 1-1 .500
138th Xavier Quinn 1-1 .500
138th Jinei 1-1 .500
138th Sanosuke 2-2 .500
138th Roxas 1-1 .500
138th Skull Kid 1-1 .500
138th Toon Link 9-9 .500
138th Cranky Kong 1-1 .500
138th Boo 3-3 .500
138th Alviss 2-2 .500
138th Fletchling 1-1 .500
138th Darth Bane 1-1 .500
138th Torchman 2-2.500
138th Maylu 1-1 .500
138th Cloudman 4-4 .500
138th Tomohawkman 5-5 .500
138th Stoneman 7-7 .500
138th Chargeman 5-5 .500
138th Windman 3-3 .500
138th Burnerman 1-1 .500
138th Ice Man 1-1 .500
138th Axl 4-4 .500
138th Colonel X 1-1 .500
138th Mother Brain 1-1 .500
138th Pinkie Pie 1-1 .500
138th Hiruko (Naruto) 1-1 .500
138th Zabuza 2-2 .500
138th Neji 3-3 .500
138th Kiba 1-1 .500
138th Might Guy 1-1 .500
138th Hashirama 1-1 .500
138th Andromeda 2-2 .500
138th Ra Mu 3-3 .500
138th Tauras Fire 1-1 .500
138th Misogi Kumagawa 1-1 .500
138th Sixshot 1-1 .500
138th Rogue Cheney 1-1 .500
138th Yagura 5-5 .500
138th Nebula Lord Dragon 1-1 .500
138th Suicune 1-1 .500
138th Staryu 1-1 .500
138th Squirtle 4-4 .500
138th Dedenne 1-1 .500
138th Entei 1-1 .500
138th Lapras 1-1 .500
138th Gigalith 1-1 .500
138th Gliscor 1-1 .500
138th Victor (Pokemon) 1-1 .500
138th Jirachi 1-1 .500
138th Chikorita 1-1 .500
138th Tyrogue 1-1 .500
138th N 1-1 .500
138th Gallade 1-1 .500
138th Regice 1-1 .500
138th Goldeen 3-3 .500
138th Jiren 1-1 .500
138th Espio 3-3 .500
138th Soul 1-1 .500
138th Horo Horo 2-2 .500
138th Moonface 1-1 .500
138th Faust 1-1 .500
138th Professor Oak 1-1 .500
138th Poliwrath 1-1 .500
138th Gemini Aspros 1-1 .500
138th Carnage 8-8 .500
138th Spirit of Fire 1-1 .500
138th Midna 1-1 .500
138th Cyborg 3-3 .500
138th Blackfire 2-2 .500
138th Ratchet (TF) 1-1 .500
138th Roadblock (Pretender) 1-1 .500
138th Heihachi 2-2 .500
138th Toriko 2-2 .500
138th Lili (Tekken) 2-2 .500
138th Dark Magician 1-1 .500
138th Skull Knight 1-1 .500
138th Gagaga Girl 1-1 .500
138th Galaxy Eyes Tachyon Dragon 1-1 .500
138th Dean Winchester 1-1 .500
138th Raven (Tekken) 1-1 .500
138th Darth Nihilus 1-1 .500
138th Two Headed King Rex 1-1 .500
138th Cable 1-1 .500
138th Rezo 1-1 .500
138th Fennekin 1-1 .500
138th Ms Pac Man 1-1 .500
138th Fei Wang Wong 1-1 .500
138th Arale 1-1 .500
138th Dan Hibiki 1-1 .500
138th Valgaav 1-1 .500
138th Zoroark 1-1 .500
138th Raviel 1-1 .500
138th Princess Vivi 1-1 .500
138th Cosmos 1-1 .500
138th Ahab 1-1 .500
138th Lyla 1-1 .500
138th Aldra 1-1 .500
138th Basilisk (Morbius) 1-1 .500
138th Basilisk (European) 1-1 .500
138th Boa Constrictor 1-1 .500
138th Kallen 1-1 .500
138th Chouun Shiryuu 1-1 .500
138th Doris Lang 1-1 .500
138th Chizuru Minamoto 1-1 .500
138th Kurogane 1-1 .500
138th Angel (Girl) 1-1 .500
138th Layer 1-1 .500
138th Gorgatron 1-1 .500
138th Chihaya Hiiragi 1-1 .500
138th Biko Daitokuji 1-1 .500
138th Beetle 1-1 .500
138th Shinichi Ozaki 1-1 .500
138th Douglas Gordon 1-1 .500
138th Miwa 1-1 .500
138th Tori (Yugioh) 1-1 .500
138th Asuka 1-1 .500
138th Milan 1-1 .500
138th Lala 1-1 .500
138th Shelly 1-1 .500
138th Myosai Kakouen 1-1 .500
138th Chaud 1-1 .500
138th Mundus 1-1 .500
138th Ace 1-1 .500
138th Larry Koopa 1-1 .500
138th Daniel Witwicky 1-1 .500
138th Omega Glendios 1-1 .500
138th Inkay 1-1 .500
138th Kyurem 1-1 .500
138th Falco 3-3 .500
138th Darth Sidious 1-1 .500
138th Sasha 1-1 .500
138th Sarah Connor 1-1 .500
138th Ralf Jones 1-1 .500
138th Zordon 1-1 .500
138th Erwin 1-1 .500
138th Demigra 1-1 .500
138th Sayaka Miki 1-1 .500
138th Rinoa Heartilly 1-1 .500
138th Lucy Heartfilia 2-2 .500
138th Leatherback 1-1 .500
138th Clark Still 1-1 .500
138th Clare 1-1 .500
138th Weather Wizard 1-1 .500
138th Jyn Erso 1-1 .500
138th Anakin Solo 1-1 .500
138th Gregory 1-1 .500
138th Jesse Pinkman 1-1 .500
138th Roger Smith 1-1 .500
138th Rey 1-1 .500
138th Hyperion 1-1 .500
138th Ageha 1-1 .500
138th Chakravartin 1-1 .500
138th Yoichi 1-1 .500
138th Euryale 1-1 .500
138th L 3-3 .500
138th Serpentor 1-1 .500
138th Lucas 2-2 .500
138th Pyrrha 1-1 .500
138th Rick Grimes 3-3 .500
138th The Doctor 2-2 .500
138th David Van Driessen 1-1 .500
138th Deoxys 1-1 .500
138th Niskaru Bloodhunter 1-1 .500
138th Hagrid 1-1 .500
138th Plusle 1-1 .500
138th Celia 1-1 .500
138th Ereshkigal 1-1 .500
138th Grumpy Bear 1-1 .500
138th Boruto 1-1 .500
138th The Car 1-1 .500
138th Captain Murphy 1-1 .500
138th Captain Nemo 1-1 .500
138th Slifer The Sky Dragon 1-1 .500
138th Shiho 1-1 .500
138th Zoom (Zolomon) 1-1 .500
138th Daniel Turpin 1-1 .500
138th Ken Ichijouji 1-1 .500
138th Shao Kahn 1-1 .500
138th Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy 1-1 .500
138th Samui 1-1 .500
138th Bulletproof 1-1 .500
138th Luud 1-1 .500
138th CC 1-1 .500
138th Cheesecake 1-1 .500
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138th Dakki 1-1 .500
138th Scorpia 1-1 .500
138th Rusty (Acolyte) 1-1 .500
138th Dore 1-1 .500
138th Sabrina 1-1 .500
138th Neiz 1-1 .500
138th Pui Pui 1-1 .500
138th Iroha 1-1 .500
138th Kaileena 1-1 .500
138th Rin Tohsaka 1-1 .500
138th Helena 1-1 .500
138th Tomoe 1-1 .500
138th Number Four 1-1 .500
138th Reina Soho 1-1 .500
138th Anna (Frozen) 1-1 .500
138th Beel 1-1 .500
138th Madoka Kaname 1-1 .500
138th Shinoa 1-1 .500
138th Carl Denham 1-1 .500
138th Tengu Shredder 19-19 .500
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138th Slade 7-7 .500
138th Vineman 4-4 .500
138th Lin Beifong 1-1 .500
138th Tybalt 1-1 .500
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138th Hillbilly 1-1 .500
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138th Paruko Nanana 1-1 .500
138th Guts 1-1 .500
138th Toppo 1-1 .500

139th Gamera 19-20 .487

140th Zilla 10-11 .476

141st King Caesar 9-10 .473

142nd Kamacuras 8-9 .470

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143rd Bizarro 6-7 .461

144th Bojack 5-6 .454
144th Bane 5-6 .454
144th Voldemort 5-6 .454

145th Ring 19-23 .452

146th Rideman 18-22 .450

147th Jigglypuff 4-5 .444
147th Chrome 4-5 .444
147th Little Beeper 4-5 .444
147th Silver 4-5 .444
147th Squirrel Girl 4-5 .444
147th She Hulk 4-5 .444

148th Knightman 18-23 .439

149th Firestar 7-9 .437
149th Hunter Steele 7-9 .437

150th Turboman 17-22 .435
150th Bowser 17-22 .435

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151st Thunderman 3-4 .428
151st Oceanus Shenron 3-4 .428
151st Diveman 3-4 .428
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151st Gladiator 3-4 .428
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151st Tabuu 3-4 .428
151st Elder God Demonbane 3-4 .428
151st Alucard (Hellsing) 6-8 .428
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155th Brook 11-16 .407

156th Mr Fantastic 8-12 .400
156th Ebirah 6-9 .400
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156th Blizzardman 2-3 .400
156th Hercule 4-6 .400
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156th Cancer Bubble 2-3 .400
156th Fire Man 2-3 .400
156th Suigetsu 2-3 .400
156th Nico Robin 4-6 .400
156th Sasori 2-3 .400
156th Kakuzu 2-3 .400
156th Meowth 2-3 .400
156th Dawn 2-3 .400
156th Tails 2-3 .400
156th Amy 2-3 .400
156th Johnny 2-3 .400
156th Black Cat 2-3 .400
156th Lizard 2-3 .400
156th Spiderwoman 2-3 .400
156th Apocalypse 2-3 .400
156th Pyro 2-3 .400
156th Tad 2-3 .400
156th Vector 2-3 .400
156th Yammy 2-3 .400
156th Black Tom Cassidy 2-3 .400
156th Darkside (KH) 2-3 .400
156th Mirage 2-3 .400
156th Kite 2-3 .400
156th Kogu 2-3 .400
156th Sena (Tai Chi) 2-3 .400
156th Fin Fang Foom 2-3 .400
156th Brood Queen 2-3 .400
156th Sylar 4-6 .400
156th Sonya Blade 2-3 .400
156th Storm 2-3 .400
156th Master Mold 2-3 .400
156th Vash The Stampede 2-3 .400
156th Nappa 2-3 .400
156th Spirit (Horse) 2-3 .400
156th Toon Zelda 2-3 .400
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156th Tetsuya Kurodake 2-3 .400
156th Cosmic Clone 2-3 .400
156th Shosetsu Kirisame 2-3 .400
156th Menos Grande 2-3 .400
156th Level 2 Akuma 2-3 .400
156th Asuna 2-3 .400
156th Ken 2-3 .400

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161st Vengeance 4-7 .363
161st Swordman 4-7 .363

162nd Blade 5-9 .357

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163rd Robin (Damian) 6-11 .352

164th King Dedede 7-13 .350

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167th Robin (Fire Emblem) 7-15 .318

168th Bowlman 13-28 .317

169th Mephisto 6-13 .315
169th Jason Voorhees 6-13 .315

170th Gutsman 5-11 .312

171st Gorilla Grodd 4-9 .307

172nd Thing 7-16 .304

173rd Topman 12-28 .300
173rd Colossal Titan 3-7 .300
173rd Yoshi 6-14 .300
173rd Steel Massimo 3-7 .300
173rd Yamcha 3-7 .300
173rd Airman 3-7 .300
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174th Manthing 2-5 .285
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175th Cutman 11-28 .282

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177th Planetman 3-8 .272
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178th Leonardo 4-11 .266
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179th Jammingman 10-28 .263

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180th Mary Moo Cow 1-3 .250
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180th Jackknife Dragon 1-3 .250
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180th Tokine 1-3 .250
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180th Peewee Piranha 1-3 .250
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180th Shy Guy 3-9 .250
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180th Sai 1-4 .250
180th Shikamaru 1-3 .250
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180th Molten man 1-3 .250
180th Zeus 1-3 .250d
180th Nate The Great 2-6 .250
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185th King Kong 11-39 .220

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187th Glyde 7-32 .179

188th Harry Potter 5-23 .178

189th Jack Sparrow 4-19 .173
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190th Esdeath 2-10 .166
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190th Melkor 1-5 .166
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190th Allosaurus 2-10 .166
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191st Wario 6-31 .162

192nd Rocketman 6-33 .153
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198th Chunk 6-43 .122

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199th Alien (Battle LA) 1-8 .111
199th Dark Bunny 1-8 .111

200th Pink Crusher Militaryman 4-35 .102

201st Wasp 1-9 .100
201st Thumbelina (DC) 1-9 .100
201st Riddler 1-9 .100
201st Kingpin 1-9 .100
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202nd Master Roshi 2-19 .095

203rd Yosemite Sam 1-10 .090
203rd Giant Condor 1-10 .090

204th Daken 8-82 .088

205th Bones 2-21 .086

206th Cache 1-11 .083
206th Clockman 1-11 .083
206th Shaggy 2-22 .083
206th Brontosaurus 1-11 .083

207th Leagueman 3-36 .076
207th Sin Eater 1-12 .076

208th Presence 1-14 .066

209th Olimar 1-15 .062

210th Ant 1-16 .058

211th James Bond 6-101 .056

212th Longshot 1-18 .052

213th Shiningman 2-37 .051

214th Waluigi 1-19 .050

215th Robin Hood 3-72 .040
215th Howard Aguello 1-24 .040

216th Lubba 1-25 .038

217th Indiana Jones 1-37 .026

218th Greenman 1-39 .025

219th One Above All 4-167 .023

220th Silk 1-45 .021

All of the 0-1 fighters are tied for 221st.

Madam Mim 0-1
Uncle Fester 0-1
Wind Fairy Silph 0-1
Asriel 0-1
Accelerated Ninja Hayate 0-1
P’Li 0-1
Salacious B. Crumb 0-1
Alexis Rhodes 0-1
Dragowizard Qinus Axia 0-1
Kenny Ackerman 0-1
Armorknight Ogre 0-1
The Crusader 0-1
Newt Scamander 0-1
Raistlin Majere 0-1
Giorno Giovanna 0-1
Jenny Foxworth 0-1
Tsukune Aono 0-1
Rainbow Mika 0-1
The Great Devourer 0-1
Samuel Rodrigues 0-1
Hou-Ting 0-1
Raava 0-1
Tutinax 0-1
King Reiss 0-1
Barristan Selmy 0-1
Monaka 0-1
King Louie 0-1
Ungoliant 0-1
Anti Electric 0-1
Doctor Poison 0-1
Zara 0-1
Crimson Centipede 0-1
Kanahebi 0-1
Cheese Sandwich 0-1
Tsurugi Takihara 0-1
Areus 0-1
Kyoshi 0-1
Phinxs 0-1
Darkwing Duck 0-1
Demon Lord Gagnar 0-1
Armorknight Demon 0-1
Egg Fu 0-1
Inversion 0-1
Queen Badra 0-1
Iron Claw 0-1
Angle Man 0-1
Fireworks Man 0-1
Nick Morton 0-1
Daniel Jackson 0-1
Jacob 0-1
Jaco 0-1
Tsukikage 0-1
Hannibal Lecter 0-1
Lisbeth 0-1
Death Gun 0-1
X’rphan 0-1
Lizardman Lord 0-1
Silica 0-1
Takuro Nakai 0-1
Zaheer 0-1
Takashi 0-1
Stripe 0-1
Jottun Runelord 0-1
Kai (Legend of Korra) 0-1
Elliot Stabler 0-1
Umbra 0-1
Bi Beast 0-1
Thundra 0-1
Azathoth 0-1
Bolin 0-1
Death Ruler: Curse 0-1
Reshiram 0-1
Carl Johnson 0-1
Ancient Pistol 0-1
John Marston 0-1
Suyin Beifong 0-1
Phantom 0-1
Monsoon 0-1
Sparkleface 0-1
Ezekiel 0-1
Bass (100 Bullets) 0-1
Frost Giant Hrimthurs 0-1
Khyber 0-1
Elric of Melniboné 0-1
Falstaff 0-1
Dominic Toretto 0-1
Ancient Leanashe 0-1
Paddington 0-1
Deku 0-1
Minun 0-1
Gadflow 0-1
Ironing Man 0-1
E.T. 0-1
Adonis 0-1
Anomander Rake 0-1
Stannis Baratheonm 0-1
Belt 0-1
Roy (Koopa Kid) 0-1
Black 0-1
Karsa Orlong 0-1
El Quixote 0-1
Fighting Dragon Demongodol 0-1
Rerun 0-1
Mirio 0-1
Bahamut ZERO 0-1
Tom Anderson 0-1
Kaulder 0-1
Jon Snow 0-1
Mikaboshi 0-1
Kharis 0-1
Eugene The Jeep 0-1
Tulkas 0-1
Thailog 0-1
Mole Man (Escaflowne) 0-1
Megaman (Marvel) 0-1
Boo Boo Bear 0-1
Daniel Sousa 0-1
Maximum 0-1
Tyrion Lannister 0-1
Jack Harper 0-1
Kyouma Mabuchi 0-1
Loser 0-1
Balor 0-1
Set 0-1
The Inquisitor 0-1
Thomas (Maze Runner) 0-1
Bubbles 0-1
Frieda Reiss 0-1
Soma Cruz 0-1
Noctis 0-1
Olaf (Frozen) 0-1
John Connor 0-1
Tsotha-Lanti 0-1
Caine Wise 0-1
Harry Tasker 0-1
Willow Rosenberg 0-1
Thunderwing 0-1
Super Armordragon Galvanic Feather Dragon 0-1
Hanna Heller 0-1
Shinobu 0-1
Uiharu 0-1
Andrew Detmer 0-1
Honey 0-1
Robin (Animal) 0-1
Wolf (Animal) 0-1
Dilophosaurus 0-1
Mr Ratburn 0-1
Fern 0-1
Ymir (Attack on Titan) 0-1
Jean 0-1
Weapon X 0-1
Robin (Carrie) 0-1
Batgirl (Wilson) 0-1
Whenua 0-1
Onewa 0-1
Karin (Bleach) 0-1
Whamon 0-1
Dokugumon 0-1
Andromon 0-1
Terriermon 0-1
Lady Devimon 0-1
Azulongmon 0-1
Kimeramon 0-1
Android 19000 0-1
Invisible Man 0-1
Aooni Konmae 0-1
Charlie McGee 0-1
Mecha Koopa 0-1
Uvogin 0-1
Medusa (FF) 0-1
Gary (Scooby Doo) 0-1
Benson Fuhrman 0-1
Scrappy Doo 0-1
Danny Darrow 0-1
Grandma Moonbeam 0-1
Phantom Virus 0-1
Daniel Prezette 0-1
Akaone Konmae 0-1
Jabu Jabu 0-1
King Zora 0-1
Rauru 0-1
King Harkinian 0-1
Bokoblin 0-1
Betrayus 0-1
Kaonashi 0-1
Demona 0-1
Mimi (Mario) 0-1
Betty Brant 0-1
Frederick Foswell 0-1
Eru Iluvatar 0-1
Eddy Gordo 0-1
Scrapheap 0-1
Chromedome 0-1
Smough 0-1
Rush EXE 0-1
Elisa 0-1
Cygnus Wing 0-1
V Rex 0-1
Richard Trager 0-1
Fu (Naruto) 0-1
Racer X 0-1
Shino 0-1
Gaav 0-1
Klein 0-1
Kankuro 0-1
Konan 0-1
Muramasa (Pokemon) 0-1
Cassandra (Pokemon) 0-1
Daisy (Pokemon) 0-1
Joe (Pokemon) 0-1
Eve (Pokemon) 0-1
Melvin (Pokemon) 0-1
Giselle (Pokemon) 0-1
Ninetails (Pokemon) 0-1
Bucky (Pokemon) 0-1
Ramona (Pokemon) 0-1
Professor Banner 0-1
Abidos The Third 0-1
Leafa 0-1
Paarthurnax 0-1
Harry Osborn 0-1
Grizzly (Spiderman) 0-1
Spiderman (Miles) 0-1
Green Goblin (3) 0-1
Goblin (Unlimited) 0-1
Wolf 0-1
Li Ho 0-1
Valkyrie Cain 0-1
Death (Supernatural) 0-1
Lucifer (Supernatural) 0-1
Megatron 2 0-1
Sam Witwicky 0-1
Starscream (Beast) 0-1
Jeff 0-1
Systematic Dagger Dragon 0-1
Tori (Yugioh) 0-1
Ogudomon 0-1
Gagaga Magician 0-1
Great Moth 0-1
Rally 0-1
Sam Winchester 0-1
Locust (3000) 0-1
Kunimitsu 0-1
Hugo Strange 0-1
Locust 0-1
Syrus 0-1
Strawberry Shortcake 0-1
Nightshroud 0-1
John Anderton 0-1
Isabelle 0-1
Pooka 0-1
Riki 0-1
Extreme Sword Dragon 0-1
Coeval 0-1
Emperor of Mankind 0-1
Viridi 0-1
Seishiro 0-1
Zing Huo 0-1
Duck 0-1
Zelgadis 0-1
Necroface 0-1
Eri Haruue 0-1
Touya Kamijou 0-1
Himekawa 0-1
Jillas 0-1
Gravos Mauntopp 0-1
Filia 0-1
Robert 0-1
Robert Baratheon 0-1
Orco 0-1
Marine 0-1
The Other 0-1
Howard X Miller 0-1
Howard The Duck 0-1
Doll Chimera 0-1
Red Luma 0-1
Howl 0-1
Lord Gwyn 0-1
Titanite Demon 0-1
Kiritsugu 0-1
5 Volt 0-1
Ted Theodore Logan 0-1
Starman 0-1
The High 0-1
Todd Alquist 0-1
Tycho (UESC) 0-1
Unggoy 0-1
Vijaya 0-1
Vranx 0-1
Walter White Jr 0-1
Wanze 0-1
X 0-1
Z 0-1
Zaius 0-1
Whirlwind 0-1
Zatch Bell 0-1
Zenjiro Kasai 0-1
Zira 0-1
NKVDemon 0-1
Eel (DC) 0-1
Efreet 0-1
Elain Belloc 0-1
Dillon 0-1
Duncan MacLeod 0-1
Cornelius 0-1
Crumplezone 0-1
Colonel Hicks 0-1
Colonel Radec 0-1
Chika Tanaka 0-1
Blue Luma 0-1
Bonetail 0-1
Brik 0-1
Caesar Clown 0-1
Carlos Alvarez 0-1
Charles Bishop Weyland 0-1
Big Guy (Robot) 0-1
Audrey Timmonds 0-1
Anti Man 0-1
Alexa Woods 0-1
Taizo Hori 0-1
Takamaru 0-1
Scrapper 0-1
Fairy Queen 0-1
Fatality 0-1
Forrest Gump 0-1
Frank Underwood 0-1
Fujin 0-1
George Taylor 0-1
Gloomtail 0-1
Graf Toren 0-1
Greg Jenko 0-1
Grifter 0-1
Hacker 0-1
Hammer Bro 0-1
Hank Schrader 0-1
Hit Girl 0-1
Iggy 0-1
Jago 0-1
Jakita 0-1
Jane (Ender’s Game) 0-1
Jeremy 0-1
Joel 0-1
Joey Tribbiani 0-1
Johan Liebert 0-1
Julie Pierce 0-1
Omni Man 0-1
Orne 0-1
Rachel Green 0-1
Morton Schmidt 0-1
Moth Man 0-1
Motherboard 0-1
Nabbit 0-1
Nanami Ota 0-1
Nick Tatopoulos 0-1
Kamek 0-1
Keenan 0-1
Kurata 0-1
Lau Wong 0-1
Launch Octopus 0-1
Leela (UESC) 0-1
Lord Crump 0-1
Mac Radner 0-1
Marie Schrader 0-1
Maul 0-1
Ralph Hinkley 0-1
Rawk Hawk 0-1
Ryoko Asakura 0-1
Saltwater Crocodile 0-1
Crocodile Dundee 0-1
Shalla Bal 0-1
Sicks 0-1
Kylo Ren 0-1
Silk (Marvel) 0-1
Sir Grodus 0-1
Skyler White 0-1
Snow Flame 0-1
Spark Mandrill 0-1
Stegron 0-1
Strong Arm 0-1
Swordswoman 0-1
Dorry 0-1
Dr Cockroach 0-1
Dr Neo Cortex 0-1
Dr Orpheus 0-1
Dr Wiseman 0-1
Droom 0-1
Effigy 0-1
Ephraim 0-1
Evil Star 0-1
Face Thief 0-1
Farmer Brown 0-1
Fernando 0-1
Flood (Carrier) 0-1
Foster 0-1
Fire Leo 0-1
Gato 0-1
Gomess 0-1
Guru 0-1
Gypsy Danger 0-1
Hachi 0-1
Hades 0-1
Heimdall 0-1
Hellcat 0-1
Hoggoth 0-1
Human Flame 0-1
Hyperion (Final Fantasy) 0-1
Ageha Gokuraku 0-1
Ikura Maki 0-1
Jinx 0-1
Jirass 0-1
Jake 0-1
Jasmine (Viewtiful Joe) 0-1
Kil’jaeden 0-1
Klaw 0-1
Koji 0-1
Kuina 0-1
Kuroobi 0-1
Lakitu 0-1
Kani Maki 0-1
Johnny (One Piece) 0-1
Kenzo 0-1
Kissu 0-1
Le Bete Noir 0-1
Ledian 0-1
Maverick 0-1
Maya Hansen 0-1
Medaka 0-1
Logan Carter 0-1
Lord of The Coast 0-1
Louis 0-1
Maguro Maki 0-1
Maisy 0-1
Malachi 0-1
Mallen 0-1
Marie 0-1
Mario Auditore 0-1
Mother May Eye 0-1
Mr 9 0-1
Mr Haney 0-1
Mr Shadow 0-1
Muth 0-1
Myoga 0-1
Miki 0-1
Milton 0-1
Misdreavus 0-1
Mohji 0-1
Molecule Man 0-1
Monoeye 0-1
Megatak 0-1
Algol 0-1
Alligator 0-1
Andross 0-1
Ange Ushiromiya 0-1
Annihilator (Carl) 0-1
Anti Monitor 0-1
Arisia 0-1
Arnold Stromwell 0-1
Arthur Reeves 0-1
Atlas (DC) 0-1
Baby Doll 0-1
Battler Ushiromiya 0-1
Batwing 0-1
Beatrice 0-1
Bedtime Bear 0-1
Ben Clark 0-1
Bernkastel 0-1
Bibi Love 0-1
Billy 0-1
Blitz Tiger 0-1
Blossom Ruso 0-1
Bob 0-1
Bob (De Blog) 0-1
Brian Griffin 0-1
Bribeclaw 0-1
Cleveland Brown 0-1
Condiment King 0-1
Cosmic Silverback 0-1
Cruella De Vil 0-1
Cyttorak 0-1
Captain Incredible 0-1
Carbonite War Droid 0-1
Cetea 0-1
Chaos Lord 0-1
Chao 0-1
Charon 0-1
Darknut 0-1
David Hoffman 0-1
Dartagnan 0-1
David Rice 0-1
Delphinus Guney 0-1
Desaad 0-1
Diego Montana 0-1
Doctor Bong 0-1
Doodlebob 0-1
Dragon Caesar 0-1
Dragon God 0-1
Dre Parker 0-1
Dylan Sanders 0-1
Earthwalker 0-1
Elf 0-1
Elf Kabala 0-1
Emile Dorian 0-1
Emperor Zurg 0-1
Enrico Pucci 0-1
Eon 0-1
Ex Nihilo 0-1
Fafnir 0-1
Featherine Augustus Aurora 0-1
Fiona 0-1
Firecrawler 0-1
Casper 0-1
Francine Langstrom 0-1
General Hardcastle 0-1
General Pepper 0-1
Germs 0-1
Gintoki 0-1
Glover 0-1
Gorn 0-1
Gouki 0-1
Graystripe 0-1
Great Stamp 0-1
Greedy 0-1
Infinite Man 0-1
Bill 0-1
Black Abbot 0-1
Senta 0-1
Sergeant Keroro 0-1
Saxton Hale 0-1
Sarlaac 0-1
Samurai 0-1
Kermit 0-1
Professor Ivy 0-1
Queen Gohma 0-1
Race Dunban 0-1
Prince Lumen 0-1
Delia Ketchum 0-1
Dr Mabuse 0-1
Dr Akihabara 0-1
Dodrio 0-1
Davy Jones 0-1
Don Krieg 0-1
Dario 0-1
Prospero 0-1
Ruby 0-1
Opal 0-1
Pillsbury Doughboy 0-1
Danny 0-1
Captain Aidan 0-1
Charles Goodshow 0-1
Cheetah 0-1
Cissy 0-1
Regigigas 0-1
Perry The Platypus 0-1
Pete Pebbleman 0-1
Otoshi 0-1
Chopper 0-1
Corona 0-1
Drake 0-1
Moby Dick 0-1
Melanie 0-1
Masako 0-1
Marissa 0-1
Mandi 0-1
Idate 0-1
Igneous 0-1
Isshin 0-1
Jeanette Fisher 0-1
Kageroza 0-1
Katie Kaboom 0-1
Ethan 0-1
Ignika 0-1
Magnus The Red 0-1
Horus 0-1
Niko Bellic 0-1
Magnus 0-1
Major Burrows 0-1
Mad Harriet 0-1
Luana 0-1
Leech 0-1
Lashina 0-1
Flaahgra 0-1
Flint 0-1
Flurrie 0-1
Gemini Killer 0-1
Giganta 0-1
Goobie 0-1
Gonzo 0-1
Katrina 0-1
Kuro 0-1
Kaz 0-1
Kay 0-1
Kaiser 0-1
Kaito Kid 0-1
Nam 0-1
Hexapodus 0-1
Kalibak 0-1
Keigo 0-1
Baki 0-1
Humbah 0-1
Ginny 0-1
Moka Akaishiya 0-1
Guy Smiley 0-1
Gulzar 0-1
Handy Manny 0-1
Gold Roger 0-1
Hally 0-1
Konoko 0-1
Hasky 0-1
Ultimecia 0-1
Uni Lord 0-1
Goliath (Gargoyles) 0-1
Queen Ophiuca 0-1
Adam Gibson 0-1
Aiwass 0-1
Aleister Crowley 0-1
Aleph 0-1
Sin 0-1
Crowler 0-1
Slither 0-1
Spoiler 0-1
Steven Lang 0-1
Skullbuster 0-1
Sara Pezzini 0-1
Slither (DC) 0-1
Miho 0-1
Muffy 0-1
Cadena 0-1
Blaster 0-1
Brain 0-1
Bellhop Goomba 0-1
Burner 0-1
Christie 0-1
Carly 0-1
Chimera (Marvel) 0-1
Claire 0-1
Cylla 0-1
Daphne 0-1
Equilibrius 0-1
Fowler 0-1
Wendy 0-1
Ritchie 0-1
Wendy O Koopa 0-1
Carmilla 0-1
Ramona 0-1
Unohana 0-1
Aileen Harding 0-1
Aipom 0-1
Alex Greer 0-1
Alvida 0-1
Arqua 0-1
Banjo 0-1
Barney Rubble 0-1
Zing Zing Zingbah 0-1
Zoozie 0-1
Zumbah 0-1
Toofie 0-1
Jumbah 0-1
Jingbah 0-1
Schluufy 0-1
Zeno Zoldyck 0-1
Yuzu 0-1
Yosuke 0-1
Yasmin 0-1
Yas 0-1
Woodruff 0-1
Devil Girl 0-1
Tyrell 0-1
Wiper 0-1
Whomp King 0-1
Validus 0-1
Slattern 0-1
Sneasel 0-1
Spike Spiegel 0-1
Squiglet 0-1
Stratosfire 0-1
Sudowoodo 0-1
Gleam Eyes 0-1
Tippi 0-1
Tokichi 0-1
Tako Maki 0-1
Tazuna 0-1
Takosuke 0-1
Terraxia 0-1
The Brain (Supergirl) 0-1
Trixie 0-1
Shanks 0-1
Starlord 0-1
Tahoteh 0-1
Sylvester 0-1
Old Man Shuckle 0-1
Olesia 0-1
Omega (DC) 0-1
Paola 0-1
Parademons 0-1
Patience Phillips 0-1
Pearl 0-1
Protege 0-1
Rigby 0-1
Otachi 0-1
Oz 0-1
Phineas 0-1
Benji 0-1
Bill Baggett 0-1
Bon Clay 0-1
Nemesis 0-1
Nightmask 0-1
Nimrod 0-1
O Chunks 0-1
Captain Blue 0-1
Detective Chimp 0-1
DJ Mary 0-1
Doomsday Man 0-1
Clayface 0-1
Dave Stutler 0-1
Daz Bones 0-1
Dazzler (DC) 0-1
Cody 0-1
Count Bleck 0-1
Creeper (Minecraft) 0-1
Cabaji 0-1
Cameron Clix 0-1
Cerberus 0-1
Charlie Brown 0-1
Charlie McCay 0-1
Charmaine 0-1
McCree 0-1
Cherry 0-1
Chuck E Cheese 0-1
Cinderblock 0-1
Boodikka 0-1
Boodle 0-1
Genghis Carnage 0-1
Girafarig 0-1
Gizmo 0-1
Baymax 0-1
Glenn Quagmire 0-1
Gnaw 0-1
Goblin Force 0-1
Fujibayashi Saizou 0-1
Fullbody 0-1
Zazz 0-1
Zim 0-1
Zomom 0-1
Zor 0-1
Scarlet Spider 0-1
Rosie (Bioshock) 0-1
Afro Samurai 0-1
Green Beetle 0-1
Guile 0-1
Gustaff 0-1
Gyuki 0-1
Gabriel Yulaw 0-1
Hamilton Hill 0-1
Hanzo (HXH) 0-1
Haruka Kaminogi 0-1
Haseo 0-1
Hawkfrost 0-1
Hazama 0-1
Hunter (Half Life) 0-1
Icon 0-1
Ideon 0-1
Inferno 0-1
Inza 0-1
Iris (X) 0-1
Izzy 0-1
Yellowfang 0-1
Yoda 0-1
Yomi 0-1
Yoru 0-1
Yudai Yamato 0-1
Yugi (Tenchi) 0-1
Zowie 0-1
Zushi 0-1
Vakama 0-1
Waweldrache 0-1
Vega 0-1
Virgo Fudo 0-1
Vladimor Tod 0-1
Volcana 0-1
Wacklaw Josek 0-1
Walker 0-1
Warren Lawford 0-1
White Tiger 0-1
White Tiger (Angela) 0-1
White Tiger (Ava) 0-1
Wilhelm 0-1
Willard G Wright 0-1
Wizard (DCAU) 0-1
Woody Woodpecker 0-1
Nekotama 0-1
Nick Cassidy 0-1
Nightscourge 0-1
Nitro (Batman) 0-1
Nix Uotan 0-1
Nokama 0-1
Nora Fries 0-1
Nuju 0-1
Omac 0-1
Nanami Yasuri 0-1
Jaws 0-1
Jin (Hakusho) 0-1
Joe 0-1
John Carter 0-1
Jor El 0-1
Jordan Hill 0-1
Josiah Wormwood 0-1
Jules Winnfield 0-1
Janet Van Dorn 0-1
Jack Skellington 0-1
Leslie Thompkins 0-1
Lizzie 0-1
Lock Up 0-1
Lori (Walking Dead) 0-1
Lain Iwakura 0-1
Lambdadelta 0-1
Last Order 0-1
Lematya 0-1
Pack Rat 0-1
Pegasus Magic 0-1
Phantom Quarterback 0-1
Pigma Dengar 0-1
Piranha 0-1
Po (Panda) 0-1
Pontos 0-1
Protocol Droid 0-1
ROB 64 0-1
Roland Daggett 0-1
Rugby 0-1
Rupert Thorne 0-1
Ryoga Echizen 0-1
Rampage 0-1
Randa Duane 0-1
Rando 0-1
Ravenpaw 0-1
Red Claw 0-1
Renee Montoya 0-1
Reverend Howell 0-1
Rey Yan 0-1
Richard Dragon 0-1
Kagura (Gintama) 0-1
Kairi Tanaga 0-1
Kami 0-1
Kanzeon Bosatsu 0-1
Karb Brak 0-1
Kari 0-1
Karkull 0-1
Keigo Atobe 0-1
Kevin Winnicot 0-1
Kibano 0-1
Kihara 0-1
King Gojulas 0-1
Kriss Kross 0-1
Kubik 0-1
Kuranosuke Shiraishi 0-1
Kuwabara 0-1
Kyodai Ken 0-1
Tricky 0-1
Tygrus 0-1
Tyr 0-1
Tyrant 0-1
Tyrone King 0-1
Tartarus 0-1
Terra Man 0-1
Tetsuo Shima 0-1
Tiamut 0-1
Tim 0-1
Titano 0-1
TK 0-1
Takashi Komuro 0-1
Murota 0-1
Musclefoot 0-1
Myron 0-1
Mzee 0-1
Mad Jim Jaspers 0-1
Madoushi 0-1
Maggie Sawyer 0-1
Majitani 0-1
Mala 0-1
Mandrakk 0-1
Manifold 0-1
Mariam 0-1
Maria Ushiromiya 0-1
Martha Kent 0-1
Master Hate 0-1
Master Jailer 0-1
Master Mogul 0-1
Matau 0-1
Max Payne 0-1
Maxie Zeus 0-1
Metabo 0-1
Mercy 0-1
Mighty Mom 0-1
Mimi 0-1
Miroku 0-1
Mistress Love 0-1
Mr Pork 0-1
Mephistopheles Yoma 0-1
Spinel Sun 0-1
Star Brand 0-1
Sub 0-1
Rand al’Thor 0-1
Summer Gleeson 0-1
Sackboy 0-1
Sadaso 0-1
Salaak 0-1
Sam Giddell 0-1
Sandstorm 0-1
Scorpio Sonia 0-1
Sedokan 0-1
Sewer King 0-1
Sun Seto 0-1
Death Ruler Gallows 0-1
Shadow King 0-1
Shippo 0-1
Shiseru 0-1
Smudge 0-1
Acid Ace 0-1
Agatha Harkness 0-1
Akhenaten 0-1
Alex Luthor 0-1
Alex Sawyer 0-1
Astonishman 0-1
Atlez 0-1
Atleza 0-1
Rigellian 0-1
Roku 0-1
Ryder White 0-1
Samaritan 0-1
Sandslash 0-1
Saruman 0-1
Satori 0-1
Scar (Lion King) 0-1
Totsuo Doai 0-1
Vidar 0-1
Wapol 0-1
Wasabi Pow 0-1
Yuichi Aizawa 0-1
Yurika Misumaru 0-1
Zachary Evans 0-1
Whitney 0-1
Wildfire 0-1
Xian Mei 0-1
Wizard 0-1
Shingo 0-1
Silky 0-1
Simon Tycho 0-1
Flare Dancer 0-1
Francine Rhenquist 0-1
Frogger 0-1
Gan Gogh 0-1
GIR 0-1
Gohdan 0-1
Griff 0-1
Hakann 0-1
Hanumachine 0-1
Happy Mask Salesman 0-1
Agent Graves 0-1
Agent Ward 0-1
Aiai 0-1
Aldrich Killian 0-1
Amidamaru 0-1
Animal Man 0-1
Ari 0-1
The Lone Ranger 0-1
The Moon 0-1
Swinub 0-1
Thok 0-1
Thomas Wayne 0-1
Timothy Hunter 0-1
Topi 0-1
Tristan Thorn 0-1
Unimon 0-1
V (V For Vendetta) 0-1
Volvagia 0-1
Other Mother 0-1
Wailord 0-1
Yellow Pikmin 0-1
Zaktan 0-1
Eric Reibel 0-1
Firebird 0-1
Lakasei 0-1
Daiz 0-1
Cacao 0-1
Achilles 0-1
Achilles (Amazing) 0-1
Ginger 0-1
Nicky 0-1
Achilles (DC) 0-1
Rasin 0-1
Malice 2 0-1
Malice (Mayhem) 0-1
Malice (Image) 0-1
Prism 0-1
Prism (Wild) 0-1
Prism (Image) 0-1
Scrambler 0-1
Karima 0-1
Yuki Cross 0-1
Jake Lonergan 0-1
Jun 0-1
Wolfina 0-1
Miu Furinji 0-1
Carly Brooks 0-1
Kitty White 0-1
Garlic Jr 0-1
Murmur (Girl) 0-1
King Bedlam 0-1
Looter 0-1
Loss 0-1
Mammomax 0-1
Ryuji Suguro 0-1
Kamal 0-1
Giselle 0-1
Chrome (Marvel) 0-1
Gargouille 0-1
General Hawk 0-1
The Grizzly 0-1
Tarantula 0-1
Tarantula (Maria) 0-1
Tarantula (Riley) 0-1
Tarantula (Luis) 0-1
Hector Barbossa 0-1
Tatterdemalion 0-1
Grizzly 0-1
Grizzly (AIM) 0-1
Hemmingway 0-1
Hikaru (GO) 0-1
Hurricane (Gunman) 0-1
Hurricane (Dark Rider) 0-1
Spoor 0-1
Spot 0-1
Fly 0-1
Foreigner 0-1
Jack 0-1
Stunner 0-1
Silvermane 0-1
Elias Bogan 0-1
Elise 0-1
Ever 0-1
Decay 0-1
Delgado 0-1
Destiny (Paul) 0-1
Lupo 0-1
Piper (3) 0-1
Piper 2 0-1
Paralyzer 0-1
Quill (3) 0-1
Quill (Warpie) 0-1
Quill (New) 0-1
Quill (image) 0-1
Quill 0-1
Reaper (Chill Jr) 0-1
Rayne 0-1
Rosie 0-1
Rhinestone Goomba 0-1
Reese 0-1
Riza 0-1
Paradox 0-1
Piper 0-1
Matthew Risman 0-1
Mentallo 0-1
Miko 0-1
Maron 0-1
Pachirisu 0-1
Calvin 0-1
Camel Munzer 0-1
Cassidy 0-1
Cataleya 0-1
Chief Pachacamac 0-1
Chiyuri Kurashima 0-1
Chris Griffin 0-1
Connor Davenport 0-1
Count Dooku 0-1
Daniel Bromely 0-1
Dark Hand 0-1
Dark Ranger 0-1
Deadhand 0-1
Dizzy Cordova 0-1
Dream of The Endless 0-1
Eddie Morra 0-1
Elemental Hero Sparkman 0-1
Eliot G Ballade 0-1
Ellen Berent 0-1
Dona 0-1
Ruka 0-1
Paine 0-1
Rikku 0-1
Furball 0-1
Van Zant 0-1
Mallory 0-1
Tamako 0-1
Smitty 0-1
Emma Bishop 0-1
Jackie Tristan 0-1
Baba 0-1
Amond 0-1
Armor 0-1
Princess Teela 0-1
Kasumi 0-1
Koyuki Kazahana 0-1
Connie Matsu 0-1
Ulik 0-1
Steppenwolf 0-1
Yoroi 0-1
Paul 0-1
Stephanie 0-1
Anko Mitarashi 0-1
Miss Piggy 0-1
Nitro 0-1
General Beatrix 0-1
Chu 0-1
Zigfried 0-1
Don Para 0-1
Leon Wilson 0-1
Lucifer Morningstar 0-1
Hiyono Yuizaki 0-1
Miki Saegusa 0-1
Tohru 0-1
Elizabeth 0-1
Gale 0-1
Natsuki Shinohara 0-1
Talking Tina 0-1
Sheela 0-1
Zoonama 0-1
Jerry 0-1
Dolltaki 0-1
Aoi Rokusho 0-1
Don Kee 0-1
Shigure 0-1
Bogey Orangutan 0-1
Vertigo (Girl) 0-1
Angelina 0-1
Daisuke (DD) 0-1
Piebald Ball Python 0-1
Santa Paws 0-1
Scarecrow (marvel) 0-1
Natalie (Charlie) 0-1
Projector 0-1
Pyro (Transformers) 0-1
Sam (Cyber) 0-1
Forearm 0-1
Atora 0-1
Jade Dragon (Image) 0-1
Orator 0-1
Dastan 0-1
Ramrod (Nasty) 0-1
Bud 0-1
Locus 0-1
Nuwa 0-1
Princess 0-1
Suigestu (Kekkaishi) 0-1
Reaper (Paul) 0-1
Venus (Spy) 0-1
Cui 0-1
Chris Redfield 0-1
Chicken 0-1
IX 0-1
Ramrod (Ram) 0-1
Deathwing 0-1
Shigure Kosaka 0-1
Shenhua 0-1
Shimei Ryomou 0-1
Shizuku 0-1
Red Sonja 0-1
Ranke 0-1
Rosarita Cisneros 0-1
Runo Misaki 0-1
Sayu Yagami 0-1
Misaki 0-1
Yukio Washimine 0-1
Durok 0-1
Yui Hirasawa 0-1
Diplodocus 0-1
Mammoth 0-1
Mammoth (DC) 0-1
Suchomimus 0-1
Ink Nijihara 0-1
Izumi (Queen) 0-1
Irene Lew 0-1
Jubei Jagyu 0-1
Junko Hattori 0-1
Kula Diamond 0-1
Kiyomi Takada 0-1
Lisa Hamilton 0-1
Li Mei 0-1
Elina Vance 0-1
Echidna (Queen) 0-1
Huang Quan 0-1
Taki 0-1
Shelke 0-1
Sanya 0-1
Sadi Chan 0-1
Shiori Tsuzuki 0-1
Risty 0-1
Shigi 0-1
Shizuka 0-1
Razia 0-1
Aoi 0-1
Annelotte 0-1
Arane 0-1
Alice (Q Blade) 0-1
Anarista 0-1
Athena Asamiya 0-1
Ayame 0-1
Lilandra 0-1
Luna Luna 0-1
Leina Vance 0-1
Liliana 0-1
Lamica 0-1
Melona 0-1
Mamiya 0-1
Maria (Witch) 0-1
Mai Shiranui 0-1
Miko 0-1
Maria (DOA) 0-1
May (Guilty Gear) 0-1
Mirim 0-1
Mina Majikina 0-1
Martin Harris 0-1
Karolina Dean 0-1
Melpha 0-1
Maron Makaron 0-1
Miyako 0-1
Hanamichi Sakuragi 0-1
Masane Amaha 0-1
Marrow 0-1
Nowa 0-1
Nyx 0-1
Nanael 0-1
Puia 0-1
Painkiller Kotone 0-1
Presea 0-1
Rosso 0-1
Rio (DOA) 0-1
Yukio 0-1
Ymir (Queen) 0-1
Yuri Sakazaki 0-1
Zefie 0-1
Zafina 0-1
Xi Wang Mu 0-1
Dora (Queen) 0-1
Emmy 0-1
Eiren 0-1
Emily 0-1
Ayane 0-1
Alcyone 0-1
Alleyne 0-1
Baiken 0-1
Branwen 0-1
Boa Hancock 0-1
Cham Cham 0-1
Claudette Vance 0-1
Cute 0-1
Cerate 0-1
Farah 0-1
Atari Hitotonari 0-1
Asuna Kagurazaka 0-1
Anne 0-1
Aika Sumeragi 0-1
Sumeragi 0-1
Annie 0-1
Aria Kanzaki 0-1
Anna Aoi 0-1
Ashelin 0-1
Arare Amano 0-1
Lyra Silvertongue 0-1
Barrage (DC) 0-1
Bedlam (Alpha) 0-1
Arachne 0-1
Astra (Brotherhood) 0-1
Clara 0-1
Dihal 0-1
Samon Taguchi 0-1
Controller X 0-1
Neridah 0-1
Yamu 0-1
Cecily Cambell 0-1
Charlotte Hazelrink 0-1
Chiaki 0-1
Oracle 0-1
Cilan 0-1
Aura 0-1
Chitose Nanbu 0-1
Lebreau 0-1
Benisato 0-1
Bouquet 0-1
Miwa (Beelzebub) 0-1
Danielle Baptiste 0-1
Cartia Goldschmidt 0-1
Kenji Koiso 0-1
Kalifa 0-1
Nana Asta Deviluke 0-1
Minatsuki Takami 0-1
Madame Lorraine 0-1
Shiro 0-1
Meril 0-1
Kiri Koshiba 0-1
Doronjo 0-1
Tina Armstrong 0-1
Launch 0-1
Mephista 0-1
Machi 0-1
Kourin 0-1
Luminus 0-1
Leap Frog 0-1
Madman 0-1
Maxima 0-1
Midgard Serpent 0-1
Metron 0-1
Pennywise 0-1
Oblivion 0-1
Okina 0-1
Odion 0-1
Perry White 0-1
Parasite 0-1
Professor E Gadd 0-1
Ravage 0-1
Radioactive Man 0-1
Ray The Squirrel 0-1
Reactron 0-1
Ms Arrow 0-1
Menagerie 0-1
Mokuba 0-1
Mumm Ra 0-1
Sister Bear 0-1
Shoukyou 0-1
Sniper 0-1
Rooster 0-1
Vinegar 0-1
Wings 0-1
Spice 0-1
Mokona 0-1
Sansho 0-1
Salt (DBZ) 0-1
Salza 0-1
God Guardon 0-1
Garlic 0-1
Haggar 0-1
Jun Tendo 0-1
Mustard 0-1
Medamatcha 0-1
Mettaur 0-1
The Angelus 0-1
Whispair A Daire 0-1
Wordgirl 0-1
West Supreme Kai 0-1
Supreme Kai of Time 0-1
Thorn 0-1
Queen Beryl 0-1
Rafael 0-1
Nanao Ise 0-1
Megumi Sokabe 0-1
Maya Kurinoki 0-1
Melody 0-1
Menchi 0-1
Moah 0-1
Kasuga (HXH) 0-1
Kanu Unchou 0-1
Kara 0-1
Koumei Shokatsuryou 0-1
Koudai Chinkyuu 0-1
Komugi 0-1
Li Xinlin 0-1
Leroute 0-1
Lady Blackhawk 0-1
Julie Makimoto 0-1
Kikyo Zoldyck 0-1
Kyoko (Reborn) 0-1
Kishime 0-1
Kamira 0-1
Jane 0-1
Genpou Saji 0-1
Hinamori 0-1
Hina (HXH) 0-1
Hikari Hanazono 0-1
Housen Ryofu 0-1
East Kai 0-1
Eda 0-1
Eliza (HXH) 0-1
Eeta 0-1
Elena 0-1
Ebifurya 0-1
Frederica Sawyer 0-1
Fugai 0-1
Fabiola Iglesias 0-1
Goei 0-1
Gillian (Eureka Seven) 0-1
Gentoku Ryuubi 0-1
Gell 0-1
Bio Man 0-1
Charlie Kenton 0-1
Canary 0-1
Clook 0-1
Chouhi Ekitoku 0-1
Baise 0-1
Balalaika 0-1
Balrog 0-1
Balrog (Street Fighter) 0-1
Appule 0-1
Shego 0-1
Pikkon 0-1
Green Hornet 0-1
Leo 0-1
Perro 0-1
Skaar 0-1
Show Zama 0-1
Snow 0-1
Scarface (Batman) 0-1
Sean 0-1
Tashigi 0-1
Temujin 0-1
Tamao Tamamura 0-1
Urahara 0-1
Usui 0-1
Udon 0-1
Weevil 0-1
Woodgod 0-1
Yoshino 0-1
Krona 0-1
Komorka 0-1
Doctor Destiny 0-1
Dondochakka Birstanne 0-1
Dominus 0-1
Dordoni 0-1
Dalek 0-1
Draaga 0-1
Etta Candy 0-1
Flux 0-1
Ganryu 0-1
Haido 0-1
Helspont 0-1
Hanzo 0-1
Infinity 0-1
Jynx 0-1
Koga 0-1
Half Life 0-1
Jiger 0-1
Atlas (Teen Titans) 0-1
Attuma 0-1
Baraka 0-1
Barinade 0-1
Baron Mordo 0-1
Belowski 0-1
Ben Willis 0-1
Benjamin Sisko 0-1
Biddybud 0-1
Blastaar 0-1
Blue Pikmin 0-1
Bo (Bo On The Go) 0-1
Boris Tepes Dracula 0-1
Hassleberry 0-1
Haytham Kenway 0-1
Helen Shivers 0-1
Helmaroc King 0-1
Hiro Kala 0-1
Hobbes 0-1
Hogun 0-1
Imus Champion 0-1
Iron King 0-1
Ixis Naugus 0-1
Janine King 0-1
Jay Solano 0-1
Jesse Custer 0-1
Jonathan Archer 0-1
JP 0-1
Julie James 0-1
Juliette 0-1
Kalle Demos 0-1
Kano 0-1
Kamon Nandaba 0-1
Kapp’n 0-1
Karen O Malley 0-1
Keegan 0-1
Kelly 0-1
Kryptonite Man 0-1
Laserman 0-1
Little Boy Blue 0-1
Loop Hughes 0-1
Majora 0-1
Master Zik 0-1
Meg 0-1
Meg Griffon 0-1
Megumi Wakamiya 0-1
Mighty 0-1
Molgera 0-1
Moondark 0-1
Mr Little Lake 0-1
Mr Shepherd 0-1
Murkrow 0-1
Nanni 0-1
Naoko Yamada 0-1
Negi Springfield 0-1
Octorok 0-1
Odolwa 0-1
Ogre 0-1
Oknox 0-1
Pahrak Kal 0-1
Parker 0-1
Pea Shooter 0-1
Peepa 0-1
Piranha Jones 0-1
Porcupuffer 0-1
Prongo 0-1
Purple Man 0-1
Qui Gon 0-1
Ray Bronson 0-1
Rayman 0-1
Richard Harland 0-1
Riddick 0-1
Rintarou Okabe 0-1
Roofus 0-1
Rory 0-1
Rotor 0-1
Saint of Killers 0-1
Samurai Jack 0-1
Sandmaargh 0-1
Savage Pan 0-1
Sengoku 0-1
Shayne Yamada 0-1
Shroud 0-1
Oodako 0-1
Orka 0-1
Overmaster 0-1
Access 0-1
Ace Hardlight 0-1
Aeon Flux 0-1
Anguish 0-1
Arielle 0-1
Arnold 0-1
Arnold Schwartzburger 0-1
Aureolus Izzard 0-1
Axonn 0-1
Bailey 0-1
Barnacle Boy 0-1
Basil 0-1
Black Manta 0-1
Black Mask 0-1
Browning 0-1
Carl Wheezer 0-1
Clank 0-1
Click 0-1
Commander Kraken 0-1
Courtney Gears 0-1
Crystal Bailey 0-1
Dai Atlas 0-1
Decreator 0-1
Defensor 0-1
Dino 0-1
Donkey (Shrek) 0-1
Dragon Man 0-1
Drek 0-1
Eagle 0-1
Ed 0-1
Eddie 0-1
Eiji Kikumaru 0-1
El Gigante 0-1
Ellen 0-1
Eric Cartman 0-1
Fei Wong 0-1
Firebrand 0-1
Fleuve 0-1
Floyd Stone 0-1
Fu 0-1
Fuuta 0-1
Gargamel 0-1
Gelaro 0-1
Gemini Man 0-1
Galactic Golem 0-1
Giga Aspis 0-1
Giotto 0-1
Giran 0-1
Grapple 0-1
Griffin 0-1
Grubsnuckers 0-1
Haruka Hikari 0-1
Harigane Onigase 0-1
Haru Miura 0-1
Hivolt 0-1
Hope 0-1
Impossible Man 0-1
Isahaya 0-1
Kadaj 0-1
Kanata Irie 0-1
Kei Tanishi 0-1
Keldeo 0-1
Kintaro Toyama 0-1
Koga (Medaka Box) 0-1
Kokuo 0-1
Krang 0-1
Kunimitsu Tezuka 0-1
Kunisaki 0-1
Kup 0-1
Ladd Spencer 0-1
Latoya Parker 0-1
Lawrence 0-1
Liza 0-1
Lurerre 0-1
Maaldor 0-1
Madame Muchmoney 0-1
Magnus 0-1
Mammon 0-1
Manhunter 0-1
Mareep 0-1
Mary 0-1
Mazdamundi 0-1
Mr Hyde 0-1
Mr Parker 0-1
Mr Saturn 0-1
Mr Timbertoe 0-1
Munakata 0-1
Nabla Natives 0-1
Nagatha 0-1
Nekron 0-1
Pandora 0-1
Pi Right Ponderer 0-1
Pigeon Man 0-1
Pokey (Gumby) 0-1
Prairie 0-1
Prometheus 0-1
Quagsire 0-1
Rama Kushna 0-1
Red Mnm 0-1
Rhodan 0-1
Rochelle 0-1
Rufus 0-1
Sakuno Ryuzaki 0-1
Sauron 0-1
Sazh Katzroy 0-1
Seiichi Yukimura 0-1
Shiva 0-1
Hush 0-1
Shoichi Irie 0-1
Shusuke Fuji 0-1
Snubbull 0-1
Snuffleupagus 0-1
Spanner 0-1
Spencer Aimes 0-1
Starbreaker 0-1
Stilt Man 0-1
Swiper 0-1
Takachiho 0-1
Takamura 0-1
Takeshi Momoshiro 0-1
Pabu 0-1
Tallahassee 0-1
Talwyn Apogee 0-1
Ted Smith 0-1
The Serpent 0-1
Thorgrim Grudgebearer 0-1
Tiny Tina 0-1
Thor (Myth) 0-1
Toxie 0-1
Tsuntsunodanoteiyugo Tsun 0-1
Tyler Durden 0-1
Ultimator 0-1
Weeja Dell 0-1
Wesley Gibson 0-1
Yellow Mnm 0-1
Yuki Nagato 0-1
Yuni 0-1
Yuta Fuji 0-1
Zack 0-1
Zackie 0-1
Zagine Axelox 0-1
Zenkichi 0-1
Grandmaster 0-1
Death (Endless) 0-1
Bob The Builder 0-1
Black Knight 0-1
Elastigirl 0-1
Alex Mercer 0-1
Amagai 0-1
Atsuko Urameshi 0-1
Acidwire 0-1
Amoeba Man 0-1
Agent J 0-1
Atomic Skull 0-1
Beshimi 0-1
Bob Omb 0-1
Bean 0-1
Coldcast 0-1
Chain Chomp 0-1
Chameleon 0-1
Volstagg 0-1
Utakata 0-1
Ururu 0-1
Ulrich Stern 0-1
Tarantox 0-1
Uhura 0-1
Topmaniac 0-1
Tommy 0-1
Tatsuki 0-1
Suzy 0-1
Chiyo 0-1
Charlie Brown 0-1
Caterpy 0-1
Clevar 0-1
Sinister 0-1
Silver Spooner 0-1
Soldier 0-1
Sorbetti 0-1
Seymour 0-1
Sinon 0-1
Shiki 0-1
Skids (Auto) 0-1
Sherri 0-1
Nanny 2 0-1
Neko 0-1
Moka 0-1
Mahiro Muto 0-1
Mio Akiyama 0-1
Macon 0-1
Joanna Dark 0-1
Jemmie 0-1
Keira 0-1
Nimrod (DC) 0-1
Fonda 0-1
Flex Mentallo 0-1
Nimrod (Fake) 0-1
Nanny 0-1
William Blake 0-1
Shera 0-1
William Cage 0-1
Maleficent 0-1
Ganthet 0-1
Ch’p 0-1
Sailor Uranus 0-1
Sailor Neptune 0-1
Berthier 0-1
Jafar 0-1
Luke Castellan 0-1
Brutaka 0-1
Heathcliff 0-1
Bumi 0-1
Boomerang Dragon 0-1
Cthulhu 0-1

All of the 0-2 fighters are tied for 222nd

210th Odin 0-2
Cottonmouth 0-2
210th Eggman Nega 0-2
210th Hydroman 0-2
210th Ribitta 0-2
210th Ponzu 0-2
210th Neon Nostrade 0-2
210th Madame Web 0-2
210th Ms Claus 0-2
210th Katana 0-2
210th Luna (Hex Girls) 0-2
210th Inque 0-2
210th Hisame 0-2
210th Delia 0-2
210th Dusk 0-2
210th Aunt Mito 0-2
210th Ambush Bug 0-2
210th Dosu 0-2
210th Bianca 0-2
210th Roadblock (Block) 0-2
210th Starfy 0-2
210th Weeper 0-2
210th Mizuki 0-2
210th Dr Mindbender 0-2
210th Gorgeous George 0-2
210th Arnim Zola 0-2
210th Captain Keyes 0-2
210th Black Hat 0-2
210th Black Hand 0-2
210th Morro 0-2
210th Kai (Ronin) 0-2
210th Johnny Test 0-2
210th Korath 0-2
210th Wave 0-2
210th Hal 9000 0-2
210th Leon (Resident Evil) 0-2
210th Hsien Ko 0-2
210th Ino (Gear) 0-2
210th Plucky Duck 0-2
210th Binky 0-2
210th Genuine 0-2
210th Frank Martin 0-2
210th Dr Myuu 0-2
210th Dimentio 0-2
210th Zeena 0-2
210th Gaimon 0-2
210th Eel 0-2
210th Mrs Brief 0-2
210th Iris (Flash) 0-2
210th Bon Para 0-2
210th Leon (Tiger) 0-2
210th Worm (Cyber) 0-2
210th Belvera 0-2
210th Son Para 0-2
210th Kamikaze (DC) 0-2
210th Rem Ram 0-2
210th Ringer 0-2
210th Dragoness 0-2
210th Dr Kochin 0-2
210th Dom 0-2
210th Breaker 0-2
210th Marcus Wright 0-2
210th Soren 0-2
210th Valese 0-2
210th Nemesis Type T 0-2
210th Shadee 0-2
210th Nebula 0-2
210th Mary (Anita Blake) 0-2
210th Marron 0-2
210th Gollum 0-2
210th Scrooge McDuck 0-2
210th Bass Armstrong 0-2
210th Destro 0-2
210th Duke 0-2
210th Tunnel Rat 0-2
210th Scarlett 0-2
210th Groot 0-2
210th Leorio 0-2
210th Crystal 0-2
210th Yamamoto 0-2
210th Koma 0-2
210th Sora (Digimon) 0-2
210th Antman (Scott) 0-2
210th Piedmon 0-2
210th Vanille 0-2
210th Rinslet 0-2
210th Scarecrow 0-2
210th Batgirl (Cassandra) 0-2
210th Miss Sweetwater 0-2
210th Buster 0-2
210th Spryte 0-2
210th Yai 0-2
210th Wily Exe 0-2
210th Peter Venkman 0-2
210th Dino Piranha 0-2
210th Toadsworth 0-2
210th Caesar 0-2
210th Zubat 0-2
210th Torkoal 0-2
210th Turtwig 0-2
210th Tory (Pokemon) 0-2
210th Menace (Goblin) 0-2
210th Scorpion 0-2
210th Leon 0-2
210th Slippy 0-2
210th Balerion the Black Dread 0-2
210th Chocolove 0-2
210th Helen (Sonic X) 0-2
210th Storm (Sonic) 0-2
210th Violet (Pokemon) 0-2
210th Todd Snap 0-2
210th Sceptile 0-2
210th Ruckus (TF) 0-2
210th Splinter (1980’s) 0-2
210th Asuka (Tekken) 0-2
210th Xiaoyu 0-2
210th Starscream (Tech) 0-2
210th Roadblock (Deception) 0-2
210th Enel 0-2
210th Dark Beast 0-2
210th Bastion (Xmen) 0-2
210th Therestina 0-2
210th Morrigan 0-2
210th Gill Man 0-2
210th Major Victory 0-2
210th Kilowog 0-2
210th X Man 0-2
210th Tristan 0-2
210th Angron 0-2
210th Caldina 0-2
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Ellie 0-2
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Kitten 0-2
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Jackie Brown 0-2
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Jidanbo 0-2
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Pudding 0-2
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Deathwatch 0-2
Oya 0-2
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210th Orphan Maker 0-2
210th Fuka 0-2
210th Larry Trask 0-2
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210th Static 0-2
210th Violet 0-2
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210th Menace 0-2
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210th Angela 0-2
210th Golden Darkness 0-2
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210th Bocoe 0-2
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210th Nuhvok Kal 0-2
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210th Kohrak Kal 0-2
210th Hypertron 1.0 0-2
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210th Zahl 0-2
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210th Dulcy the Dragon 0-2
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210th Count Chocula 0-2
210th Felix Faust 0-2
210th Bruno Mannheim 0-2
210th Lobster 0-2
210th Mesmero 0-2
210th Cream 0-2
210th Ripcord 0-2
210th Kazar 0-2
210th Crossbones 0-2
210th Frostbite 0-2
210th Gluttony 0-2
210th Senator Kelly 0-2
210th Allistar Smythe 0-2
210th Strobe 0-2
210th William Stryker 0-2
210th Moses Magnum 0-2
210th Tea 0-2
210th Whiteout 0-2
210th Sumo 0-2
210th Gumby 0-2
210th Huntress 0-2
210th Kate 0-2
210th Kado 0-2
210th Alpha 0-2
210th Tiff 0-2
210th Solomon Muto 0-2
210th Eely Mouth 0-2
210th R2D2 0-2
210th Poncho 0-2
210th Ron Weasley 0-2
210th Rollodillo 0-2
210th Cragalanche 0-2
210th Roger 0-2
210th Bulbous G 0-2
210th Candy Kong 0-2
210th Boromir 0-2
210th Bugaboom 0-2
210th Crusher 0-2
210th Curious George 0-2
210th Prince Pikante 0-2
210th Nastina 0-2
210th Bull Rancor 0-2
210th Prince Fluff 0-2
210th Primeape 0-2
210th Pilaf 0-2
210th Officer Jenny 0-2
210th Draco Malfoy 0-2
210th Mizuiro 0-2
210th Marge Simpson 0-2
210th Metro Man 0-2
210th Mr Rictus 0-2
210th Larry 0-2
210th Jimmy Neutron 0-2
210th Hancock 0-2
210th Garfield 0-2
210th Shrek 0-2
210th Wolf Woods 0-2
210th Botan 0-2
210th Haruhi Suzumiya 0-2
210th Keiko 0-2
210th Mei Terumi 0-2
210th Lana Lang 0-2
210th Batmite 0-2
210th Koto 0-2
210th Kon 0-2
210th Bluestar 0-2
210th Twinbellows 0-2
210th Dr Caligari 0-2
210th Django 0-2
210th Drowzee 0-2
210th Bloodthirst 0-2
210th Scraplet 0-2
210th Sabo 0-2
210th Serperior 0-2
210th Rush 0-2
210th Dr Cossack 0-2
210th Starfox 0-2
210th Beast (Disney) 0-2
210th Major Domo 0-2
210th Bulwark 0-2
210th Aqua Maiden 0-2
210th Akane 0-2
210th Amphibius 0-2
210th Bulla 0-2
210th Cole (FF) 0-2
210th Donald Pierce 0-2
210th Gaza 0-2
210th Maximus 0-2
210th Leash 0-2
210th Sniper Wolf 0-2
210th Agent Orange 0-2
210th AJ 0-2
210th Archambault 0-2
210th Aya 0-2
210th Baron Brrr 0-2
210th Big Bully 0-2
210th Thunderball 0-2
210th The Mask 0-2
210th The Word 0-2
210th Tuff 0-2
210th Stompa 0-2
210th Stella 0-2
210th Colonel Silver 0-2
210th Squizzard 0-2
Widget 0-2
Silver Dragon Adelaide 0-2
Audrey II 0-2
Rod Reiss 0-2
Sheila Vanna 0-2
Gremlin 0-2
Othello 0-2
Trapper 0-2
Beatrix Kiddo 0-2
Drizzt Do’Urden 0-2
Kuvira 0-2
Archimonde 0-2
Hitomi Kanzaki 0-2
Sandor Clegane 0-2
Red Ghost 0-2
Kuguru Uki 0-2
J Carroll Corcoran 0-2
Greedo 0-2
Armin 0-2
Bambi 0-2
Toph 0-2
Man of Miracles 0-2
Warpath 0-2
Bladewing Phoenix 0-2
Swagman 0-2
Penny 0-2
Cana 0-2

222nd Bon Bon Baby 0-3
222nd Miss Frizzle 0-3
222nd Taskmaster 0-3
222nd Snow White 0-3
222nd Raiden (MK) 0-3
222nd Wrecker 0-3
222nd Domino 0-3
222nd Jimmy Olsen 0-3
222nd Emil Hamilton 0-3
222nd Roger Rabbit 0-3
222nd Bonebreaker 0-3
222nd Roxy Rocket 0-3
222nd Heracross 0-3
222nd Maria Hill 0-3
222nd Hadrosaurus 0-3
222nd Tesla (Bleach) 0-3
222nd Babidi 0-3
222nd Turles 0-3
222nd Ryuk 0-3
222nd Black Panther 0-3
222nd Mayuri 0-3
222nd Toadette 0-3
222nd Kairi 0-3
222nd Tingle 0-3
222nd Tenten 0-3
222nd Sad Goomba 0-3
222nd Celebi 0-3
222nd Weezing 0-3
222nd Green 0-3
222nd Raphael (1980’s) 0-3
222nd Manta 0-3
222nd Aunt May 0-3
222nd Natsume (Gakuen Alice) 0-3
222nd Beef 0-3
222nd Bevatron 0-3
222nd General Blue 0-3
222nd Wheelie 0-3
222nd Mindworm 0-3
222nd Mr Incredible 0-3
222nd Tombstone 0-3
222nd Kraven 2 0-3
222nd Lady Kraven 0-3
222nd Mysterio 0-3
222nd King Kaliente 0-3
222nd Danny Phantom 0-3
222nd Sin Eater (Venom) 0-3
222nd Bilbo Baggins 0-3
222nd Mr Prog 0-3
222nd Bumble Bee 0-3
222nd Hell Boy 0-3
222nd Abo 0-3
222nd Shadowdragon 0-3
222nd Orion 0-3
222nd Jolly Green Giant 0-3
222nd Giru 0-3
222nd Crimson Dynamo 0-3
222nd Goku Jr 0-3
222nd Black Spider 0-3
222nd Mirror Master 0-3
222nd Captain Boomerang 0-3
222nd Katniss 0-3
222nd The Hut 0-3
222nd Tammy 0-3
222nd John Brent 0-3
222nd Speedy Gonzales 0-3
222nd J Jonah Jameson 0-3
222nd Eustace Scrubb 0-3
222nd Sagat 0-3
222nd Munsu 0-3
222nd Inu No Taisho 0-3
222nd Miss Appear 0-3
222nd Termite 0-3
222nd Grandma Thora 0-3
222nd Spyke 0-3
222nd Mirage (Minicon) 0-3
222nd Happy Hogan 0-3
222nd Porky 0-3
222nd Betty Boop 0-3
222nd Maya 0-3
222nd Plant 0-3
222nd Titan 0-3
222nd Ditto 0-3
222nd Swarm 0-3
222nd Deathbird 0-3
222nd Thumbelina 0-3
222nd Captain Whisker 0-3
222nd Princess Snake 0-3
222nd Haruko Haruhara 0-3
222nd John Ferguson 0-3
222nd Twin Terror 0-3
222nd Fusion 0-3
222nd Sub Zero 0-3
222nd Pip The Troll 0-3
222nd Shou Tucker 0-3
222nd Senor Pink 0-3
222nd Dark Emperor 0-3
222nd Captain Blue Jr 0-3
222nd Banshee 0-3
222nd Hro Talak 0-3
222nd Wormy (Spongebob) 0-3
222nd The Abominable Snowman (Rudolph) 0-3
222nd Olive Oyl 0-3
222nd The Phantasm 0-3
222nd Fabian Cortez 0-3
222nd Human Fly 0-3
222nd Brainchild 0-3
222nd Chimera (Bat) 0-3
222nd Aresia 0-3
222nd Pauline 0-3
222nd Mirage (Prisoner) 0-3
222nd Olivia Sharp 0-3
222nd Shizune 0-3
222nd Amygdala 0-3
222nd Bullet Bill 0-3
222nd Cubone 0-3
222nd Moondragon 0-3
222nd Conduit 0-3
222nd Fasha 0-3
222nd Swordsman 0-3
222nd Deadshot 0-3
222nd Captain Underpants 0-3
222nd Spearow 0-3
222nd Korra 0-3
222nd Chris 0-3

223rd Beetle (Animal) 0-4
223rd Level 0 Akuma 0-4
223rd Cheep Cheep 0-4
223rd Toad 0-4
223rd Governor Breck 0-4
223rd Dr Octopus 0-4
223rd Anna Williams 0-4
223rd Wreck Gar 0-4
223rd Big 0-4
223rd Pokey 0-4
223rd Fred Flintstone 0-4
223rd Harvey Bullock 0-4
223rd Manchester Black 0-4
223rd Gloomba 0-4
223rd Headless Horseman 0-4
223rd Velma 0-4
223rd Charmy 0-4
223rd Waddle Dee 0-4
223rd Yellow Luma 0-4
223rd Navi 0-4
223rd Porky Pig 0-4
223rd Ocean Master 0-4
223rd Dr Doofenshmirtz 0-4
223rd Hairbag 0-4
223rd Eric The Red 0-4
223rd Wiggler 0-4
223rd Minotaur 0-4
223rd Water Horse 0-4
223rd Iceman exe 0-4
223rd Tori 0-4
223rd Orbot 0-4
223rd Luna 0-4
223rd Luppi 0-4
223rd Mangog 0-4
223rd Sprocket 0-4
223rd Anetta 0-4
223rd Bucky 0-4
223rd Crash 0-4
223rd Kashitarou 0-4
223rd Shang Chi 0-4
223rd The Grinch 0-4
223rd S’ym 0-4
223rd Xana 0-4
223rd Malekith 0-4
223rd Armorknight Cerberus 0-4
223rd Stein Blade Joker 0-4
223rd Lord of Nightmares 0-4
223rd John Constantine 0-4
223rd Barry William Cox 0-4
223rd Two Face 0-4
223rd Mama Bear 0-4
223rd Gigantosaurus 0-4

224th Granny Goodness 0-5
224th Gloom 0-5
224th Graves 0-5
224th Jirobo 0-5
224th Magnetman 0-5
224th Whaleman 0-5
224th Scorcher 0-5
224th Bujin 0-5
224th Modok 0-5
224th Prunella 0-5
224th Ultra Humanite 0-5
224th Vixen 0-5
224th Woodman 0-5
224th Batwoman 0-5
224th Egghead 0-5
224th Quest 0-5
224th Domestic Longhair 0-5
224th Crazy Bus 0-5
224th Tigra 0-5
224th Puar 0-5
224th Caster 0-5
224th Zouken 0-5
224th Donatello 0-5
224th Saint Dane 0-5
224th Ryuunosuke 0-5
224th Scorpion King 0-5
224th Worm 0-5
224th Water Horse 0-5
224th Captain Cold 0-5
224th Bullseye 0-5
224th Kemura 0-5

225th Graboid 0-6
225th Takun 0-6
225th Medusa 0-6
225th Raphael 0-6
225th Sage of Six Paths 0-6
225th Rubberband Man 0-6
225th Ares (Marvel) 0-6
225th Gyroman 0-6
225th US Agent 0-6
225th Trapster 0-6
225th Wybie Lovat 0-6
225th Python 0-6
225th Mad Hatter 0-6
225th Encyclopedia Brown 0-6
225th Frankenstein 0-6
225th Killer Croc 0-6
225th Lara Croft 0-6

226th Michelangelo (1970’s) 0-7
226th Frodo 0-7
226th Pretty Boy 0-7
226th Rossiu 0-7
226th Karin 0-7
226th Rage Shenron 0-7
226th Lambo 0-7
226th Tinky Winky 0-7
226th Po 0-7
226th Dipsy 0-7
226th Laa Laa 0-7
226th Peter Griffin 0-7
226th Ethan Hunt 0-7

227th Alex Hopper 0-9

228th Arcade 0-10
228th Guts Man 0-10

229th Penguin 0-11
229th Pickman 0-11
229th Polar Bear 0-11

230th Hange 0-12

231st Diddy Kong 0-13
231st Prince Haru 0-13

232nd Norman Bates 0-14

233rd Blob 0-17

234th Oolong 0-26

235th Nemo 0-43

Game Records

Yugioh Ultimate Masters World Championship 2007 Stats and Records

Stats time!

Overall Duel Record 96-88 (I stayed in the green)
Duel Record against monsters W-L
Winged Kuriboh 5-0
Fox Fire 5-2
Des Wombat 5-2
Snipe Hunter 5-3
Eria the Water Charmer 5-6
Dark Red Enchanter 5-1
Ultimate Tyranno 5-4
Dark Ruler Ha Des 5-6
Tualatin 5-3
Hilta the Fire Charmer 5-6
Frostosaurus 5-8
Ancient Gear Beast 5-4
Yamata Dragon 5-7
Neo=Parshath the Sky Paladin 5-12
Allure Queen Lv 5 5-2
Infernal Dragon 5-5
The End of Anubis 5-4
Fusilier Dragon, The Dual Mode Beast 5-3
Levia Dragon 1-3
Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys 1-0
Cyber End Dragon 1-4
Horus the Black Flame Dragon Lv 8 1-0
Thestalos the Firestorm Monarch 1-0
Destiny Hero Dogma 1-3

Cards Collected 381

% of Decks completed below
Legend of the White Dragon 18%
Powerful Seal 14%
Established Chaos 7%
Shadow Magicians 61%
Scarlet Firestorm 10%
Summoning Thunder 9%
Ultimate Power 10%
Requirements of a Hero 98%
Confusion Envoy 5%
Toon Revenge 1%
Machines Unleashed 3%
Reboot Electronics 33%
Eternal Mentor 20%
Thirst for Victory 1%
Ominous Fiends 39%
War Against Dragons 75%
Gravekeeper’s Destiny 45%
Union Strength 1%
Sword and Sorcery Combo 24%
Messenger from the Sky 43%
Temple of the King 41%
Destroyer from Light 3%
Wrath of Evil 65%
Destruction and Rebirth 3%
Light into Darkness 48%
Deep Shadows 1%
Dark World Invasion 5%
Dark Collection 1 56%

8 Star Games, Game Reviews, Games, Reviews

Yugioh Ultimate Masters World Championship 2007 Review


It’s been a long while, but now I can finally jump onto the next installment in the Yugioh World Championships. I believe I am only missing around 4 of them now. The games lasted for quite a while back then and it’s a shame that they’ve stopped. Imagine how many cards a World Championship 2017 would have had. I suppose that with Duel Links the franchise may be wondering how they can top that, but I’d still like to see an attempt. While I prefer humanoid opponents to monsters in the WC series, this game holds up as well as any of the others. It’s pretty well optimized and the load times are nonexistent so that’s a win-win.

The main mode you’ll be playing here is the campaign. Essentially you start off at Level 1 where there are 6 opponents. To unlock the next level you must defeat each opponent 5 times. Fortunately this is now the only requirement to unlock the next level as previous games forced you to achieve a specific victory ratio. That required you to keep on resetting the game right before defeat which was tedious so this is a big improvement. There were opponents in this game that I had a losing record against so I am definitely glad that I don’t have to worry about that now. It makes gathering money a little easier since you actually get to keep it even through defeat.

There are 5-6 levels in the game, but only the first 4 are accessible without having to enter other modes so that’s where I stopped. My final record at the end was 96 wins and 88 losses which isn’t so bad if you ask me. I was just glad to stay above a 50% win ratio so that was satisfying enough. This main mode will likely take you at least 10 hours, but it’ll certainly depend on the deck that you create. Naturally there is a large amount of luck involved on which cards you get and such, but mitigating the risk is part of what makes you a good deck builder. Try to build a lot of combos into your deck so that no matter what you draw it’ll be a good one.

I focused my deck on Elemental Heroes. Sure, it may be borrowed from Jaden, but that’s exactly why I went with the deck. If it was good enough for him to wreck everybody then it’s good enough for me. I added in some extra spells and traps to make the deck a lot easier to counter with so at times it did backfire. Let me say that getting a hand with all traps and no monsters is no good. You always want to have a monster ready to summon or you’re really going to be in a pickle. At the same time, the final opponents all have very cheesy summons and combos so having a trap that automatically destroys the monster and wastes the last 5 minutes of their effort is a must.

The graphics are pretty clean. It’s not as if they’re doing anything too special but it’s easy to look at. The duel field isn’t cluttered and it’s always easy to see what is going on. As for the soundtrack, it’s okay. I think Tag Force has spoiled me a little as the themes there were just super awesome throughout, but the peaceful World Championship score isn’t bad. Honestly I’m usually way too focused on playing my trap cards and going through memes in my mind to actually notice it all that much.

It goes without saying that there is a ton of replay value in this game. After beating all of the main opponents you can go to the other modes that I referenced earlier. One such mode is the Limited Duel. Essentially you have to beat an opponent while adhering to certain limitations. Another one is the Duel Puzzle. You’ll be thrown in the middle of a duel and have to figure out how to win it in one turn. Despite the fact that there are only so many ways you can play your turn, this can actually be extremely difficult. Seriously, don’t underestimate just how tough this is. It’s pretty entertaining though so while it’ll take a while, you’ll have fun trying it out. Honestly it could probably take you as long as an RPG’s game length to tackle everything in this game. I won’t even count collecting all of the hundreds of cards since that would be even crazier. I have around 400 cards and I don’t think I’m even halfway there yet. Not to mention that you buy them lottery style so there is some luck at play there.

You couldn’t really ask for a better Yugioh simulator. Since the game even has mini animations for the big monsters, you really feel like you’re in the duel. The music will also change if you destroy your opponent’s ace monster. As I mentioned, the controls are really smooth so you’re not going to attack the wrong person by mistake. The turns are pretty quick so it’s not as if the long loading times exist to deter you. The amount of cards at play is also pretty good and earning money is quick so you are always ready to buy your next pack. As such I don’t really have any complaints for this game. A minor nitpick would be that I’d prefer to have fought some of Jaden’s opponents from the show instead of generic monsters. The classic Yugioh games all had you fight with iconic characters like Kaiba and Pegasus. There weren’t cutscenes or anything, but at least it would feel more like you were fighting an actual opponent. As you went up the levels you would fight stronger/more popular fighters. Here…I guess having Cyber End Dragon in World 4 makes a lot of sense, but I didn’t even know a bunch of the other monsters. It was just an odd change although the last Yugioh GX game did that as well so maybe it’s just GX’s gimmick or something.

One of these days I’m definitely going to have to make a list where I place all of the Yugioh Games from best to worst. Such a list would be super hype and perhaps I should make that an article. Keep your eyes out for that even if it may not have the clickbait headline that I usually try to have accompanying it. The highest game for Yugioh on my backburner is Duelist of the Rose, which will likely come up pretty soon. It technically is pretty short since there are only about 7-8 duels as opposed to close to 200 in this one, but I’ve heard they are super tough to compensate for that.

Pro tip for when you fight the opponents. Stalling them usually won’t work. I was able to really take advantage of that in the Wii game, but here they always have some kind of fancy combo to wipe the field so they can usually outlast you. If you have the edge in battle, just throw out an attack. Odds are that it will succeed and you’ll be glad that you did. Surprisingly most opponents don’t have a trap card to punish your attack in the later levels as mostly it’s just the intro opponents who will do that.

Overall, If you’re into Yugioh, then this is a solid game to get. My personal favorite World Championship game may still be 2006 because I felt the gameplay was the best from all of them, but I also may be bias because that game had my favorite deck. I went through all of the options for hours in that game and finally came out with a really hype fire deck. Every card had a lot of power behind it and I cruised through the game. Still, I made a pretty solid deck in the end through this game as well and it would be fun if I could fight myself with it. 2010 is also a pretty great title since that one did actually have a main story as well. I’m not sure which WC game I’ll get next, but 2005 is definitely the cheapest one which sounds good to me. I believe it is the final classic Yu-Gi-Oh title that I have not purchased yet.

Overall 8/10

Manga

Yugioh Arc V

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This Yugioh manga may have succeeded in making the most changes out of all its predecessors. I’m always glad to see it have a brand new plot since it makes the manga more exciting. That being said, I don’t really like the new personality they gave Shay. While the manga doesn’t look to be as exciting as the anime, it’s very early on and is a solid title regardless. After all, Yugioh duels in any context are awesome! I shall have a review for this series once it finishes.

Overall 7/10

Animated Movie Reviews, Animated Movies, Reviews

Yugioh: The Dark Side of Dimensions Review


It feels good to finally have another Yugioh movie out in the world. The 3D crossover still ranks as the greatest film of all time so I had really high hopes for this one. Spoiler Alert- it doesn’t manage to topple the 3D film, but nothing really can. This film was handled perfectly and I can safely say that it is in my top 5 movies of all time. At the moment I’d put it in 4th. 1st being Bonds Beyond Time 2nd being Broly The Legendary Super Saiyan 3rd being DBZ Resurrection F and Bleach: Hell Verse being right under the Dark Side of Dimensions. It gets a little tricky after that with Boruto, Final Fantasy VII, Madoka Rebellion, and others films fighting it out. Whether you’re a Kaiba fan or not, you should definitely be able to enjoy this adventure.

The film pretty much starts with Kaiba reminding the world why he is the greatest. He manages to finally defeat Yami Yugi. Granted, it was an A.I. version of him, but with Kaiba’s top of the line tech it may as well have been the legendary duelist. Kaiba wants to bring the real deal back though after Yugi and friends sealed the Pharaoh away in the past for all of eternity. To that end he has uncovered the Millenium Puzzle and must put the pieces back together. Things don’t go as planned when an avatar of the Plana shows up. His name is Deva and he can’t allow Yami to come back or else he will lose his special powers. This would ruin his plans for revenge so he attempts to get in Kaiba’s way.

The heroes are thrown into the mix because they are Deva’s targets. Joey is still really into dueling, but Yugi has mostly moved on from such things. He is forced into action once more though when Deva kidnaps Bakura and Joey. It’s personal this time and Yugi is determined to end things once and for all. Can he really hope to win without the help and guidance of Yami though? It may be time for Kaiba to step up as the new hero.

One thing you’ll notice from the start is that Kaiba’s practically the main character of this adventure. He gets the most interesting plot, the best lines, and the best duels. He completely steals the show here and his genius goes to brand new heights. He is able to make just about anything from power inhibitors to space ships. Kaiba even comes up with a solid light duel disc which can repel reality warping. If that’s not impressive, then I don’t know what is! Almost every single line from Kaiba is an insult or a way to brag about himself. It wouldn’t work so well if he was always full of hot air, but Kaiba can back up all of his tough talk. He basically doesn’t get to lose in the entire film. He is a master class duelist and as far as I’m concerned, he’s the best. Kaiba has completely surpassed everyone to the point where they can only hope to deal some damage with gimmicks and cheap tricks. Kaiba’s basically a perfect rival and the film reminds me of why he is so awesome. Aside from Jaden, he is definitely the best character in the franchise and one of my all time favorites in media. He even subverts the trope of the rival getting wrecked by the villain in the opening scene. Kaiba really stops every trope that opposes him as seen in his duel with Yugi and the ending as well. Kaiba really wasn’t playing around in this film and shows that you can be obsessed with getting payback while still serving the community and the world in the process. He’s just an upstanding guy.

Deva is the main villain of the film and he is definitely solid. I’d have to say that he is a far superior villain to Paradox. It’s been a while since I’ve seen the Pyramid of Light, but I’m inclined to say that he is better than that guy as well. Deva is not quite ready to surpass the big shots like True Bakura and Marik, but I’ll also give him the edge over Pegasus. Deva may have gone off from the heroic path, but I have to give him credit for his determination. He never forgot the identity of the person he had to get revenge against even after many years and he did manipulate his powers well. If he was facing anyone other than Kaiba, he could have really done a lot of damage in the opening acts.

This film really did manage to bring back as many big plots as possible along the way. As I mentioned earlier, the film was basically perfect. To be perfect, it had to bring back a certain character from the manga that I had been hoping would return. Well, it happened and I suppose I won’t say who exactly, but this villain’s a fan favorite. He does quite a lot of damage even if the film didn’t allow him to re obtain his true form. That would have been even more fun and I was actually expecting it to happen for a while there. The film gave him many opportunities, but I suppose it simply wasn’t to be.

Yugi gets a big role as expected. He nearly dies in traffic which would have been a very sad way to go, but he managed to get out in the nick of time. It was a nice contrast to when Kaiba was around. I’m not crazy about Yugi deciding to step away from dueling, but I suppose that was always more Yami’s thing than Yugi’s. Yugi just likes games in general so I guess it was about time for him to move on. He’s a nice enough character as always. While not as tough as Joey, Yugi’s always ready to do the right thing and he is a determined guy. He does his best to search for Bakura and comes through when the stakes are high. He does give up a little too easily on Yami though, but luckily Kaiba called him out on it. It’s interesting to see Yugi in a semi retired state being forced back into action by Kaiba. Especially since he’s barely the main character this time around. It’s a different perspective and one that I definitely enjoyed.

One part of the film that was puzzling was the fact that Joey didn’t get to duel. He talked about dueling quite a lot in the film and it felt like the film was trying to build that up as an actual plot. I was fully expecting him to duel Deva at one point, but I guess maybe it was going to take too long. That, or it was planned for an extra long uncut version which will debut any day now. That would definitely be fun right? Tea and Tristan are also around although they don’t do all that much. Tristan spends most of the film getting choked and messed with while Tea supports the duelists from the stands. She ends up being the first person to ditch the group for good so the status quo is certainly changing. Bakura is fairly important to the film, but I do definitely miss his true self. Normal Bakura just doesn’t work as a character quite as well as when he had that extra edge. Either way, it is fun to see the whole gang back again.

A cool tribute to the classic game of Yugioh is that the film had each duel start at 8000 life points. The manga and anime titles never got to do this all that much because each duel would take too long. Technically, Yugioh should always be played with 8000 life points though as that is the standard. Since this was the big movie and time wasn’t really an issue, Dark Dimensions got to pull it off. I can safely say that I do prefer the 8000 life points set up. It allows each duelist to unveil longer combos without instantly winning through them. Yugioh 5Ds showed us the cons of a 4000 life point duel since you can feasibly beat someone in a single turn so they wouldn’t have a chance to counter. With 8000 life points, that isn’t really an issue.

The theater where I saw this film had a lot of lively Yugioh fans in attendance so that was cool. This also meant that they were paying a lot of attention to the cards and naturally all of them had to subtly call out a moment where Kaiba had a special ability that let him instantly summon a Blue Eyes. Based on the reaction, I’m guessing that the effect was a little sketchy (Does it work like that?) or the card was a super obscure one that nobody has. It was a very cool ability though and Kaiba always makes sure to have the best cards. His preparation is second to none. Considering what a big film this is though, I’m fairly sure that the film played by the rules. Unlike the show where it can get away with breaking the rules sometimes, I doubt the writers would dare here.

For kicks, there is one gimmick style of dueling in this film, Dimension Dueling. Under this style, you can summon whatever cards you want by infusing your cards with your limitless mental energy. Ultimately, there is absolutely no point to this technique and the only reason they probably added it was so you could see Yugi and Kaiba striking DBZ poses as they powered up. As such, it was less annoying than some other gimmicks like Action Cards from Arc V and it was passable. Of course, I was still thrilled that most of the duels in the film where of the standard kind. Why mess with something that’s not broken?

If you’re waiting for Yami, then I’ll just say not to expect too much> This film’s really meant to be more of a Kaiba searching movie similar to Homura’s search for Madoka in Rebellion. Both climaxes are just as satisfying though so while Yami and Madoka didn’t get to appear all that much, the brief moment is hyped to the max. In this case, the rules probably were destroyed since the summon came out of nowhere, but I’m cool with that since the villain basically broke the rules by using a power up in the first place. His unlimited attacks with the cubes were also a little over powered and hard to stop. Anything goes at that point right?

As expected, the animation is absolutely top notch here. The energy effects are great and all of the characters designs are completely on point. You won’t have seen so much blue in just about any other film. Kaiba has made the place so futuristic that you’d think you were in 5Ds or Zexal world at this point. It’s kind of cool that the classic series may finally be more advanced than the sequels. Whether it’s box monsters or a bunch of cool dragons, you’ll feel each and every blow from the monsters. A punch will send debris everywhere and the animation will crisply move on to the next scene. This film even made it easy for TV channels to air it as some scenes will go with a fade out before entering the next moment. Not to be outdone, the soundtrack is also excellent here. I would have liked a good GX tune or two of course, but this is a classic Yugioh movie so it makes sense to stick to its roots. We get a really nifty remix of Kaiba’s Batman theme from the TV show and also a pretty good remix of “Your Move” for the end credits. With the writing also at 5 star quality the whole time, the movie really has everything going for it.

Also to bring it up one more time, the film handled Kaiba’s counter to reality warping perfectly. It really sets the standard for how other characters can handle it. Just activate your high tech gadgets and the villains are forced to respect it. Kaiba’s tech really knows no bounds and coming up for counters to abilities that have never been seen before was another epic moment. It’s easy to see why the crowd cheered for every single Kaiba scene. It was insane. The other characters were lucky to get cheering for half of their scenes.

It was a really good decision to make this movie 2 hours for a change. It allowed the film to fit in a bunch of duels and also made the film more satisfying. It is hard to do quite as much when you only have 30-40 minutes as the duel has to be very short and that leaves no time for hype. Half of this film is really devoted to Kaiba’s hype and it paid off very well. The film never even comes close to dragging on as it’s almost nonstop action from the start. I’ve got to give the film a lot of credit for being this amazing. It really didn’t make any mistakes which is why it’s the optimal classic Yugioh film. I can’t see it being surpassed by another. In fact, even the bullies were defeated by the guy who was being bullied for a change. That was nice to see.

Overall, Yugioh The Dark Side of Dimensions is a film that I highly recommend. Whether you’re a Yugioh fan or not, you can appreciate the intensity and amazement that each scene brings to the table. There are a bunch of homages for old time fans, but enough flashbacks to help newcomers along as well. It’s hard to see anyone walk out of the theater and not pick Kaiba as the stand out character, but I suppose I can also see how his overwhelming presence and confidence can be a little intimidating for a lead. He’s certainly not here to make friends and accomplishing his objective is all that matters. At the same time, Kaiba never fell off the wagon so to speak. He never went crazy or power mad as he tried extreme things to bring Yami back. He didn’t even physically threaten anyone this time as he calmly just made sure to get what he wanted. Kaiba manipulates people, but he does so in a professional way that will keep his PR agency happy. As such, the ending of the film is perfect. Naturally, it would have been awesome if the film could have been extended another 20 minutes since Kaiba deserves the win. It would have been highly controversial though so the film may have been wise in playing it safe. It’ll be very hard to top this film to be honest, but if they do another crossover with Yugioh GX, anything is possible. It’s a really good time to be a card game fan with so many titles going on right now. It feels good!

Overall 9/10

Manga, Manga Reviews, Reviews

Yugioh Zexal Review


Time to look at the final Yu-Gi-Oh spinoff manga for now. It was fun to have GX, 5Ds, and Zexal all going at one point. I’ll finally be able to start the Arc V manga soon so that’ll be cool since not having any Yugioh titles for a little while it rough. While the Zexal manga was not quite able to defeat the GX or 5Ds anime, it surprisingly had the best manga adaption. It made the risky decision of adding two new characters for the manga, but it actually worked really well as the new characters were excellent. I dare say that this manga just had more stakes and overall epicness than the former. As they were all 9 volumes, this helped clinch it.

Yuma was not a great duelist, but then he met Astral. Astral was an alien from another planet who had been stripped of his memories and most of his skills. The one thing that he remembers is that he is a master duelist. Yuma now needs to collect all of the Number Cards to get Astral’s memories back, but it’ll be difficult since several factions are after it. Yuma’s group is Team 1 and he has several friends helping him out. Team 2 is Shark’s group. The mysterious Luna is helping him gather the cards so he can defeat Kyoji, a guy who has obtained dark powers and may not be fully human anymore. The third group is Team Kite. He needs the Numbers to help bring his brother back from a crazed state and is essentially being blackmailed through that. Finally, we have Kyoji. His motivations are unknown, but he intends to get in everyone’s way.

What helps a lot here is that I like virtually all of the main characters. Yuma’s friends aren’t all that great, but they never do all that much and are stuck in the background. Yuma is a fun lead character. He may not be quite as charismatic as Jaden or as serious as Yusei, but he’s a good guy. He gradually gets better at dueling as the series goes on and has to make a lot of tough decisions. He always tries to find a way out for everyone. His Super Saiyan form is also really awesome even if it doesn’t technically do all that much. It does help for the space battles though and the Shining Draw shouldn’t be underestimated.

Astral is not nearly as interesting or likable. He typically makes all the wrong decisions and is willing to sacrifice many lives if it will help fulfill his mission. He’s the kind of guy that you really just can’t trust. His dueling skills are exceptional and he is one of the strongest fighters so it is hard to get past him. He probably would be more likable if he had all of his memories, but it would be a very different series if that was the case.

Shark is one of the main rivals in the series and he is a lot more reasonable than how he was towards the end of the anime. He is actively trying to protect the world here as he fights to stop Kyoji. It’s also rather personal due to them growing up together. Shark’s cards may not be as fancy as Kite’s or Yuma’s, but he gets the job done with pure skills. Luna is essentially his adviser in this series as she helps him become aware of what is happening and even gives him some cards to give Shark a boost. She’s a pretty powerful duelist in her own right and works well as one of the mysterious characters of the series. Luna was necessary to ensure that Shark had at least one ally on his team and to widen the gap between him and Yuma.

Kite is always a cool rival and that doesn’t change in the manga. His Galaxy Photon Dragons are always a treat to watch and his “Destroy Them All” deck is my favorite kind. It’s similar to how Kaiba duels which makes sense since you expect the rival to be like that. Zexal is similar to GX in that sense as both titles had two rivals. Aster and Zane vs Shark and Kite. Kite is the best rival as Zane was in GX, but they’re both pretty solid. Kite really does a good job of staying tough right up til the very end.

Time for the two made up villains of the series. Luna was the third of the 3 Original characters and the author did a really good job of making them all good. Kyoji has a great design and his spider abilities are very versatile. He has a really good deck and has his own motivations for doing all of this. His backstory is surprisingly dark though and makes a lot of characters look really bad. So, his brother was murdered by a random guy who assumed the brother’s identity and nobody ever realized. Kyoji took care of this guy, but couldn’t really cope with the tragedy as a whole and surrendered to the powers of darkness. He cracked from there. Kyoji was definitely a very imposing villain and while you would be sympathetic enough to root for him, he’s not completely crazy to the point where you wince whenever he’s on screen. He’s pretty cool and works well as the big boss.

Zexal decided to pull a Naruto and randomly added a cosmic villain of ultimate power by the name of E’Rah. She is the Goddess of Despair and all of her cards as pretty over the top. She’s very powerful and I actually like it when big villains suddenly show up like that. Kaguya, Tabuu, Nightshroud, etc. Unfortunately, it sometimes comes at the expense of a better villain like in this example and Naruto, but I suppose it’s worth the price. The climax just kept on escalating with each chapter. There’s no reason not to like E’Rah as she talks a really good game and has a solid design. She gives off a cosmic vibe throughout the duel.

Zexal never stepped on the brakes and just kept on going full speed ahead towards the end. There is constantly a duel going on and I’m not sure if we ever got a chapter without one. I feel like we must have, but at the very least it would have been a very rare occurrence. I am glad that the manga diverged from the anime early on as I always think that the manga titles should be very different. There really isn’t much point in adapting the anime faithfully since you’ll have ideally already seen what is going to happen. All of the Yugioh spinoffs did their own story and it’s worked out well so far. The plot with Kyoji started off right away and that’s when the series really took off.

The art was very good for Zexal. I’d say that it was better than GX, but maybe slightly worse than 5Ds. It’s close and I guess you could say they’re about equal. The pages will get quite busy during the duels as some monsters can take up half of the page and with all of the spells and traps being activated left and right, you have to really take a good look at each page to see everything. Not to mention that there is a lot of text on each page so it takes longer than the average volume as a result. This does help give you some more value for your money though right?


Overall, Yugioh Zexal was a great way to end off the current Yugioh spinoffs that I was reading. It’s very action packed with a great cast of characters. The duels are a lot of fun as always and they cover a whole lot in the 9 volumes. You’ll certainly never be bored as you’re reading the series and it sets a high bar for all of the other titles. You don’t always need to be a long running series to get a high score as long as you cut to the chase right away. This will also help me get all set for the upcoming Yugioh film and the Arc V manga. Both are bound to be great as Yugioh never disappoints. I recommend reading this manga ASAP and then hurrying off to the theater to help support the Yugioh nation!

Overall 9/10

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Yugioh 5Ds Review


All right, I have finally finished the Yugioh 5Ds series! To think, I started this title all the way back in 2011. It’s been about 6 years, but it was a fun ride. The Yugioh 5Ds manga may have been a little less ambitious than its anime counterpart, but the same could be said for the rest. 5Ds was a lot of fun and the Yugioh game is simply so great that the manga is still an all-star by the end. I’ll compare it to the other Yugioh manga (plural) a little more in depth later. For now, let’s start with the plot.

Yusei is from Satellite sector so he lived in the slums for a while. It doesn’t get him down though and Yusei still has fun dueling everyone. Things change when a mysterious knight challenges him to a duel with his life as the stakes. Yusei manages to fend him off, but his best friend, Sect is corrupted and turns to the side of evil. Meanwhile, Goodwin (Rich guy who has his own tournament) wants to revive an incredibly powerful dark overlord to do his bidding although his real reason will come later on. Yusei will have to win the tournament and defeat the Shadow Spectres at various sites in order to turn Sect to the side of light once more. There are a lot of other obstacles that he’ll have to overcome, but Yusei is ready to ride to the next level!

The manga invented a concept for the 5Ds series about sense. When you drive fast enough and with a lot of passion, you’ll be able to hit opponents with a blast of sense. So, what is sense exactly? Well, it is basically hitting someone with pure telekinetic force, which is enough to get them off course or even cause serious injury. It makes virtual reality real and allows 5Ds to have Shadow Games to an extent. I actually enjoyed this concept, but I can also see how it might not have worked too well in the anime. If Sense was a real thing, then why would anyone want to actually duel under those circumstances? You would always be putting your life on the line and even if the general public couldn’t access this ability, it would be a little strange. Nothing’s too strange for Yugioh world though and I’m sure that I could have gotten behind it. I’m sure the anime could have made the scenes look really intense.

As you would expect, the art is pretty crisp and clean here. The author does a good job of showing the duels and capturing the intensity of the high stakes rounds. I’d say that the animation probably is a little better than what we have in GX. The monsters all look good and the duels are very easy to follow. Had the series gone on any longer, I’m sure that the art would continue to improve. It is an area that can certainly be counted as a strength for the series.

Yusei is a great character as you will have come to expect from Yugioh. He’s a superb duelist and does whatever it takes to keep his friends safe. I’ve always preferred Jaden and Yami Yugi, but Yusei is certainly leagues above Yugi, Yuma, and Yuuya. His Stardust Dragon is certainly a great ace to have up his sleeve and his synchro summon deck certainly seems well balanced. It’s easy to say that Yusei is the best character here. Sect is Yusei’s best friend and the guy was made up for the manga. He’s not a bad friend I suppose, but he’s just not tough enough for me. I like characters who have a certain flair of confidence of arrogance about them. Otherwise, the character just has to be really good at being a nice guy. I just never found Sect all that enjoyable and even once he got his evil form, it wasn’t all that great. It was an improvement though and at least he finally became one of the big shots. I certainly won’t call him a bad character though and he serves his role fairly well, but I think we could have put Crow in his place and then the manga wouldn’t have needed an original character.

Jack is certainly a major character here as you would expect. He’s as tough as always and I would say that he is the second best character in the manga. He doesn’t really get a chance to become a full fledged hero like he was in the anime, but he serves his purpose as the tough rival who always keeps everyone on their guard. His Red Dragon Archfiend is definitely a really cool ace monster to have at the ready as well. We’ve also got Crow who is more of a friend than a rival. He comes out of the blue a little less than he did in the anime so the character wasn’t as forced. Plus, with most of the characters randomly showing up in the manga at some point or another, he fit in well. Crow’s not a bad character either, but he always felt a little bland when placed next to Yusei and Jack. Not to mention that I don’t think he could hold his own against either of those two. He’s no Joey Wheeler, but Crow’s a good pal to have around. You can never have too many dueling friends.

Akiza is a character who is quite different from her TV show counterpart. For starters, she is actually very popular at school and isn’t a psychic who works for a shady organization. That’s too bad since the plot was definitely a lot of fun in the show, but her new role is handled well. It’s a shame that her appearances were so brief in the manga, but I guess the series couldn’t squeeze everyone in. As it stands, she’s a good character. Leo and Luna have also been altered from the show and the result is a little worse than Akiza. Leo is fairly similar as he panics a lot, but since Luna bosses him around a lot in the manga, it makes things dicey for him. He goes along with her plans since she is the boss, even if he doesn’t necessarily agree with it. Luna is evil for most of the series, I believe that this was in part due to some kind of darkness that had infected her. Either that or it was actually natural and then the duel just showed her the light. The two characters were rather boring and I was ready for Yusei to take them down for the count.

The Skeleton Knight is another new character for the series and he serves as one of the main villains. This guy was definitely really cool and he helped the series start with a bang right from the get go. The stakes were real at soon as he appeared since it meant that the plot was starting early. He doesn’t get to duel a whole lot, but the battles that he does get are satisfying and he lives up to the hype that surrounds him. He may not have a lot of character, but you can’t really go wrong with a solid design and the cool demeanor that he has. Director Goodwin is one of the big villains here as you would expect thanks to the show. He’s a pretty good villain. He certainly won’t be matching some of the iconic foes like Marik, but Goodwin does a good job of ensuring that he is a threat and gives the heroes a really good showdown.

A lot of the other supporting characters from the show appear at some point during the series. Bolt, Officer Trudge, (Ushio), Kalin, and others. Kalin in particular was a really cool character from the show, but he didn’t get quite as much to do in the manga due to the limited amount of duels that could be covered. It was definitely funny to see how many people had a grudge with Jack though. Akiza, Kalin, Yusei, Sect to an extent, etc. Everyone wanted a piece of Jack by the end and at least that goes to show that his reputation really does precede him. Defeating Jack Atlas is always something to brag about since few are able to accomplish this.

So, how does this manga stack up against the other Yugioh titles? Well, Duelist is obviously still the best and I’d put R at second. After that, it starts to get a lot closer between the titles. I’d put Millennium World at third followed by Yugioh GX at fourth. GX is the manga that I haven’t read for the longest time though so it is possible that things will change when I re read it. Who knows, maybe it’ll end up passing Millennium World! Next would be Yugioh Zexal and then Yugioh 5Ds at 6th. Classic Yugioh is easily the worst and hasn’t aged all that well, but how good can a Yugioh series be without a lot of duels anyway? It’ll be cool to see where Arc V ranks on this list once the manga finally comes out.

Overall, Yugioh 5Ds is definitely a lot of fun. I was really hoping that it could get past the 9 volume curse for Yugioh Spinoffs, but no such luck I suppose. It looks like Arc V will have to be the one to do that. The series did a lot in the short length that it had though and each volume is power packed with action and duels. The review is a little short, but keep in mind that I did read this series over the course of 6 years so some of the older events aren’t as fresh as they would have been otherwise. The tournament arc was a lot of fun and there were certainly a good amount of events in the series, but it all continues pretty seamlessly so that’s why you don’t need to spend too much time talking about the plot. In the end, you’re here for the duels an the series definitely delivers on that. In the end, this is just a really enjoyable title and you don’t really have to put too much thought into it. It’s the perfect manga to just pick up and read when you’re in the mood. This is a must read for all Yugioh fans and people who simply like to enjoy a good action story as well. With good art and characters to back it up, the title really has no weaknesses. It is a shame that Leo and Luna fell kind of flat, but I never liked them much to start off with so they have no real effect on the final product. With the final Zexal volume already out, you can expect another Yugioh review soon.

Overall 8/10