#1 Posted by russellmania77 (15013 posts) - - Show Bio

gods

fight takes place in asgard

who takes it? the pokemon or will exodia pimp slap this ho

oh

#2 Edited by TheIrishDoctor (440 posts) - - Show Bio

Exodia is a card. Yu-Gi-Oh is a game, played with cards. Although the spirits which inhabit the cards existed long before the time the show is placed in, very few of them were ever actually shown and unless I missed something (very possible, as I stopped watching the show before its final run) Exodia was not one of them. Thus there is no way of knowing if he is strong enough to fight Ho-oh. You can argue that Exodia wins because his special ability is to auto-win any fight once he is fully completed. You can also argue that Ho-oh would win because Exodia is a card and Ho-oh would just burn them up.

Either way, this fight makes no sense.

#3 Edited by Rozalia (692 posts) - - Show Bio

Exodia is a card. Yu-Gi-Oh is a game, played with cards. Although the spirits which inhabit the cards existed long before the time the show is placed in, very few of them were ever actually shown and unless I missed something (very possible, as I stopped watching the show before its final run) Exodia was not one of them. Thus there is no way of knowing if he is strong enough to fight Ho-oh. You can argue that Exodia wins because his special ability is to auto-win any fight once he is fully completed. You can also argue that Ho-oh would win because Exodia is a card and Ho-oh would just burn them up.

Either way, this fight makes no sense.

Exodia existed in ancient Egypt (the show's) and was able to go toe to toe with Zorc Necrophades who stomped all three Egyptian gods by himself. In fact Zorc pretty much admits the only reason he has the advantage is that Exodia requires the life force of his summoner to power him, while Zorc himself feeds of the darkness (which is limitless obviously).

#4 Posted by NeonGameWave (7712 posts) - - Show Bio

Exodia wins via Obliterate and before the card game came into being there were the ancient times in which these special types of beings existed and they battled freely.

#5 Posted by OmgOmgWtfWtf (7025 posts) - - Show Bio

Ho-Oh stomps. That guy shits rainbows.

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#6 Edited by TheIrishDoctor (440 posts) - - Show Bio

@rozalia: So Exodia as an actual entity WAS shown then? Must have been after I stopped watching. Okay then. In that case the fight does make sense...might still have to go with Ho-oh though. Unless there is more to it than what you said. Ho-oh can create new life. But that isn't a definitive statement. I could easily be wrong.

#7 Posted by Thedarklordpandamonium (4825 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes, Exodia was an actual entity, and as an unchained entity was unstoppable; only his weak masters held him back.

#8 Posted by saiyan_earthling (5441 posts) - - Show Bio

Exodia

#9 Posted by Simon_the_digger (2919 posts) - - Show Bio

Exodia.

#10 Posted by New_World_Order (13035 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes, Exodia was an actual entity, and as an unchained entity was unstoppable; only his weak masters held him back.

#11 Posted by New_World_Order (13035 posts) - - Show Bio

Man I miss playing Yu-Gi-Oh..

#12 Posted by Wolfrazer (6479 posts) - - Show Bio

Speaking of...does anyone else think, that Yu-Gi-Oh kinda handled the whole "destructive forces that will end the world, and are linked to this and that" better then Pokemon? I mean at the start, Pokemon was just a bunch of creatures that people gathered up and had battles. Whereas Yu-Gi-Oh....while the same, it was also much more then that and was connected with ancient Egypt and powerful magic from the get go.

#13 Posted by SheenLantern (6468 posts) - - Show Bio
#14 Posted by New_World_Order (13035 posts) - - Show Bio

Speaking of...does anyone else think, that Yu-Gi-Oh kinda handled the whole "destructive forces that will end the world, and are linked to this and that" better then Pokemon? I mean at the start, Pokemon was just a bunch of creatures that people gathered up and had battles. Whereas Yu-Gi-Oh....while the same, it was also much more then that and was connected with ancient Egypt and powerful magic from the get go.

Agreed. Pokemon doesn't do it so well..

@thundergodswrath said:

Man I miss playing Yu-Gi-Oh..

http://www.duelingnetwork.com/

Haha, I play on that with my brother from time to time.

#15 Posted by russellmania77 (15013 posts) - - Show Bio

finally people who actually watched more than 10 episodes of yugioh commented

#16 Posted by KingOfAsh (3579 posts) - - Show Bio

Exodia is actually FIVE cards!

Anyway, bump. I'm curious about Exodia.

#17 Edited by niBBit (718 posts) - - Show Bio

@thedarklordpandamonium said:

Yes, Exodia was an actual entity, and as an unchained entity was unstoppable; only his weak masters held him back.

This is true. Exodia was released in the final season and was used against Zorc. Dragon Master Knight (Black Luster + Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon) fought against Zorc and both clashed in a energybeam struggle that was pretty powerfull (iirc it looked like it could destoyed a small part of the city they where in). After Zorc won Exodia was then released and it was using the lifeforce of Yugi's grandpa (the egyptian version), who was very weak, dispite that, Exodia and Zorc stalemated and Zorc only won because Exodia was running out of energy because Yugi's grandpa was to weak. An Atem/Yugi/Kaiba powered Exodia would have imo beaten Zorc.

Its been a while sinse i watched yugioh but it hink that monsters like the egyptian gods, Exodia, The Great Leviathan, Zorc and the Creator of Light are able the lvl an entire city, maybe not bust. IIRC the battle between The Great Leviathan and the 3 egyptian gods where causing all kinds of natural disasters like heavy storms, tornado's etc, the entire sky was black and iirc when there energy beams colided it showed a huge blast range, bigger than The Great Leviathan himself and that things size puts the gods to shame:

http://images.wikia.com/yugioh/images/archive/9/92/20090606084158!TheGreatLeviathan-JP-Anime-DM-NC.png