yugioh vrains

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(Yūgiō Vureinzu)
Anime television series
Directed by
  • Masahiro Hosoda[1] (#1–#13)
  • Katsuya Asano (#14–#120)
Produced byKazuki Takahashi
Written byShin Yoshida
Music byShinkichi Mitsumune
Licensed by
  • NA: Konami Cross Media NY

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  • SEA: Medialink[2]

Original networkTV Tokyo, BS TV Tokyo
English network
  • AU: 9Go!

  • CA: Teletoon

  • SA: SABC2

  • US: Pluto TV

Original run May 10, 2017 September 25, 2019
Episodes120 (List of episodes)
Other series
  • List of all Yu-Gi-Oh! series
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! R
Other media
  • Video games
  • Trading thẻ game

Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS (遊☆戯☆王VRAINS, Yūgiō Vureinzu) is a Japanese anime series animated by Gallop. It is the fifth anime spin-off in the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise.[3] The series aired in nhật bản on TV Tokyo from May 10, 2017 đồ sộ September 25, 2019.[4] It was simulcast outside of Asia by Crunchyroll[5][6] courtesy of Konami Cross Media NY. It premiered in the United States on November 3, 2020 on Pluto TV. The term 'VRAINS' derives from 'Virtual Reality' (VR), 'Artificial Intelligence' (AI), 'Network System' (NS). The series revolves around the exploits of the protagonist Yusaku within the virtual world named VRAINS. In addition đồ sộ featuring previous summoning mechanics, VRAINS introduces the new "Link Summon" mechanic.

The series was succeeded by Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens, which premiered in nhật bản on April 4, 2020.[7]


In a place known as Den City, thousands of duelists take part in a virtual reality space known as LINK VRAINS, created by SOL Technologies, where users can create unique avatars and participate in games of Duel Monsters with each other. As a mysterious hacker organization known as the Knights of Hanoi, led by Varis, threatens this world, a high-school student and hacking genius named Yusaku Fujiki battles against them under the guise of Playmaker.[8] Both the Knights and SOL Technologies are also after a peculiar self-aware artificial intelligence program, who holds the key đồ sộ a secret area inside the network named the Cyberse World, which the Knights of Hanoi seek đồ sộ destroy. As the series begins, Yusaku sees the chance đồ sộ capture this AI, which he names Ai, who sets off a digital maelstrom in LINK VRAINS known as the Data Storm.[9] As the appearance of this storm gives birth đồ sộ Speed Duels, in which duelists surf the wind as they duel, Yusaku battles against Hanoi in order đồ sộ uncover the truth concerning an incident that happened đồ sộ him 10 years ago.[10] With the help of two Charisma Duelists, Go Onizuka and Blue Angel, Playmaker is able đồ sộ defeat Varis, saving the entire network and part ways with Ai who decides đồ sộ return đồ sộ his own world, the Cyberse World.[11]

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Three months after Hanoi's fall, Ai discovers the Cyberse World destroyed and his friends nowhere đồ sộ be found, prompting him đồ sộ return đồ sộ Yusaku. Meanwhile, Yusaku once again fights as Playmaker after the consciousness of the younger brother of his friend, Cal Kolter, is stolen by a mysterious enemy named Bohman. In pursuit of Bohman, Yusaku and Ai are joined by Theodore Hamilton, a victim of the Lost Incident lượt thích Yusaku who uses the alias of Soulburner online and Ai's Fire Ignis friend based on Theodore, Flame. Aqua, the Water Ignis, follows soon after by becoming Skye's partner. At the same time, Varis revives Knights of Hanoi đồ sộ fight against the new enemies. It's revealed that Bohman is a sentient AI created by the Light Ignis, Lightning, who reveals that he's the one who destroyed the Cyberse World and steals Cal's brother's consciousness. Deeming Ignis superior, he decides đồ sộ destroy humanity. The Wind Ignis, Windy, also assists Lightning after his program was forcefully rewritten. To defeat Lightning's team, Yusaku and his friends join forces with Knights of Hanoi and enter Lightning's stronghold. Both sides fight until only Playmaker, Ai, and Bohman are left with the latter having absorbed all other Ignis. Before perishing, both Flame and Aqua give Ai the last of their powers, allowing him and Playmaker đồ sộ defeat Bohman.

After the fight against Bohman, LINK VRAINS is shut down and Ai disappear together with Yusaku's robot, Roboppi. Replacing LINK VRAINS, SOL Technology develops a humanoid robot SOLtis, which Ai and Roboppi uses đồ sộ infiltrate SOL Technology and attack its high executive, Queen. Knowing he'll be the next target, Skye's older brother, Akira, enlists the help of Playmaker and his friends as well as Knights of Hanoi once more đồ sộ protect him. Ai and Roboppi manage đồ sộ defeat everyone except Playmaker, Soulburner, and Varis, who are forced đồ sộ fight decoys. After defeating Akira and taking over SOL Technology, Ai reopens LINK VRAINS and delivers a message for Playmaker that tells the whereabout of his location. Yusaku confronts Ai alone, leading the two of them đồ sộ duel. Ai explains that Lightning left behind a simulation that shows the world will be destroyed if Ai is the only Ignis left. Fearing that he'll become lượt thích Lightning and Bohman, Ai decides đồ sộ over his life either by Playmaker's hand if he loses or by scattering his miễn phí will into the SOLtis if he wins. Despite Playmaker's attempt đồ sộ dissuade Ai, he still refuses đồ sộ back down, forcing Playmaker đồ sộ defeat him. In his last moment, Ai reveals that within the simulations, Yusaku always ends up dying protecting him, which is a future that he wishes đồ sộ avoid. Three months after the final battle, everyone moves on with their lives and Yusaku goes on a journey. Somewhere within the network, Ai is revealed đồ sộ be alive.


Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS was first announced on December 16, năm 2016.[12] It began airing on TV Tokyo in nhật bản on May 10, 2017.[13] The series is being directed by Masahiro Hosoda at Studio Gallop with screenplay by Shin Yoshida and character design by Ken'ichi Hara. It would be the final anime series in the franchise đồ sộ be animated by Gallop; Bridge would animate future instalments beginning with Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens. The series ended on September 25, 2019.[14]

The series is being simulcast with English subtitles outside of Asia by Crunchyroll. This makes it the first series in the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise đồ sộ receive an official simulcast alongside its Japanese broadcast.[6]

A localized English adaptation was produced by Konami Cross Media NY. The pilot episode was previewed along with a digitally remastered screening of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light on March 11, 2018 and March 12, 2018[15][16] in the US, and on June 13, 2018 in the UK.[17] The English dub began airing on Teletoon in Canada on September 1, 2018,[18] and on 9Go! in nước Australia on April 6, 2019.[19]

In November 2020, Cinedigm announced that the streaming service Pluto TV has secured exclusive rights in multiple territories, including the United States and Latin America, đồ sộ VRAINS. Pluto TV would launch a channel dedicated đồ sộ the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, featuring episodes from the entire Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters metaseries, including VRAINS, available in English and dubbed in multiple languages.[20]

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Trading Card Game[edit]

Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS introduces new gameplay elements đồ sộ the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. With the release of the "Link Strike Starter Deck", it introduced the New Master Rules (also known as Master Rule 4 in some countries) đồ sộ the competitive field of play. Now, only one monster can be summoned directly from each player's Extra Deck at a time, which is placed in one of the two new zones in the middle of the field called the "Extra Monster Zone". Complementing this new gameplay element are the new Link Monsters, honey-comb xanh rờn colored monsters that go into your Extra Deck. They tự not have "Levels" or "Ranks", but instead have a "Link Rating", which indicates the number of arrows on the thẻ and the required number of monsters required đồ sộ summon them. A Link Monster's Link Rating can also be used as a number of materials for a Link Summon depending on their rating, subtracted from the Link Monster the player wishes đồ sộ summon. Link Monsters have a number of Link Arrows equal đồ sộ their Link Rating that point either vertically, horizontally, and/or diagonally. These Link Arrows that point đồ sộ an empty Main Monster Zone allow the player đồ sộ summon monsters from the Extra Deck, which include face-up Pendulum Monsters. The two Pendulum Zones have been moved đồ sộ the far ends of the Spell & Trap Zones, though they also double as regular Spell & Trap Zones should the player wish not đồ sộ use them.

In 2019, a new format exclusive đồ sộ the TCG was introduced separate from the main game, known as Speed Duels. The rules are similar đồ sộ the main game and parallel the formatting used in the mobile game Duel Links. A format meant as a beginner's introduction đồ sộ the basics, both the field and each player's decks have been drastically simplified đồ sộ reflect that. Decks contain only 20-30 cards, each player gets only three Main Monster zones, and a turn will immediately over following the Battle Phase. Exclusive đồ sộ Speed Duels, each player is allowed one Skill Card, which a player places face down during the beginning of a duel and can use anytime.


The series ranked 52 in Tokyo Anime Award Festival in Best 100 TV Anime 2017 category.[21] The series' rank rose up đồ sộ 8 in the same award in 2020 with 28,369 votes.[22]


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External links[edit]

  • Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS Official trang web at TV Tokyo (in Japanese)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS at Twitter (in Japanese)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia