Konichiwa everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more fascinating yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Shinigami are extremely popular creatures of Japanese folklore. The Anime, Death Note, portrays on of these creatures as a main character. It essentially is a death spirit that possesses the living, and suicidal. They’re depicted as corpse-like humanoids with horrifying features. They influence people to become obsessed with death, and they eventually take their own lives or meet death in a very unpleasant way.
Tenko are immeasurably powerful creatures of Japanese mythology. They’re the highest ranked Kitsune (Fox Spirits), and use their powers for good. These foxes are usually depicted as gorgeous human-like goddesses with golden fur and four tails. Humans worship them as gods, and they will grant favors to those in need.
Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s Monday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Maripyro (The Cheese Bug Pokemon) #318 Bug/Fire Type Possible Abilities: Gooey (Lowers Speed on contact) or Magic Guard (Prevents indirect damage) Ht: 10’06” Wt: 202.8 lbs Gender Ratio: 50/50 Appearance: A moth made out of Doritos. Base Stats: HP: 80, Attack: 125, Defense: 75, Sp.Atk: 75, Sp.Def: 90, Speed: 95 Stat Total: 540 (Very high Attack and pretty good Speed) Evolves from Fuermiga at Level 40 Weak to Flying, Water, and 4X weak to Rock.
Entry: Female Maripyro are twice as big as their male counterpart and can cut an Indian Elephant in half with their mouth.
Derpato (The Confused Pokemon) #238 Ground Type Gender Ratio: 50/50 Appearance: A very confused potato. Ability: Oblivious (Prevents infatuation) Ht: 1’00 Wt: 2.6 lbs Base Stats: HP: 68, Attack: 52, Defense: 50, Sp.Atk: 45, Sp.Def: 40, Speed: 20 (Ok stats for a 1st evolution) Evolves into Retater at Level 40 and Potarded at Level 60 Its cry is Duuurrr. Immune to Electric and weak to Water, Grass, and Ice.
Entry: Derpato take one hour to concentrate their inner energy to attack, then must take two hours to rest.
Hello fellow Duelists! It’s time for another attribute post! This time, we will be covering Wind Attribute Monsters. Wind monsters usually have some pretty devastating effects, and Gustos make up most of them. Now, let’s be blown away by these breezy monsters!
Armored Bee Type: Insect/Effect Attribute: Wind 4 Stars Appearance: A bee with heavy armor and a large stinger. ATK/ 1600 DEF/ 1200 Effect: Once per turn: You can target 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; halve that target’s ATK until the End Phase.
Now, this is a very unique card with a pretty amazing effect. The ability to halve a monster’s attack is much more useful than one might think. Many cards rely on low attack for some devastating effects, and the level makes it very viable for Synchro, XYZ, and Link plays.
Blue Dragon Summoner Type: Spellcaster/ Effect Attribute: Wind 4 Stars Appearance: A blue haired magician with a phantasmal follower. ATK/ 1500 DEF/ 600 Effect: If this card is sent from the field to the GY: You can add 1 Dragon, Warrior, or Spellcaster Normal Monster from your Deck to your hand.
This is an extremely good card that’s used in almost every Blue Eyes Deck. The multiple monsters that you can search out with this card is astonishing, and it synergizes with tons of different play styles.
Konbanwa, everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more fascinating yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Hinoenma are incredibly dangerous creatures of Japanese folklore. They’re depicted as absolutely gorgeous women, but don’t be fooled, they want your blood! These monsters use their beautiful looks to obliterate men. They first suck out the male’s lifeblood and virility, and this causes them to become weak and poor. Upon death, the monstrous yokai swiftly moves onto its next victim.
Nogitsune are lupine spirits of Japanese mythology. Unlike Kitsune, these yokai are mighty tricksters, and love to possess humans.
Konichiwa, everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more fascinating yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Niwatori no so are incredibly bizarre creatures of Japanese folklore. They’re depicted as monks with chicken parts. Apparently, this is the result of eating chickens possessed by evil spirits. (No, I’m not making this up!)
Hajikkaki are strange creatures of Japanese mythology. They’re depicted as white, blobby creatures with fangs and large eyes. They usually appear to be covering their faces out of embarrassment. Their history and use remains a mystery.
Hello fellow Duelists! It’s time for another Yu-Gi-Oh post! This week, we’ll be covering Kajiki Ryota’s (Mako Tsunami’s) favorite card attribute, Water. Monsters in this card category range from incredible Beatsticks, to stealthy killers. Now, let’s take a look at some awesome hydro creatures!
Blizzard Princess Type: Spellcaster/ Effect Attribute: Water 8 Stars ATK/ 2800 DEF/ 2100 Appearance: A blue-haired princess with an ice staff and ball-and-chain. Effect: You can Tribute Summon this card in face-up Attack Position by Tributing 1 Spellcaster-Type monster. After this card was Normal Summoned, your opponent cannot activate Spell/Trap Cards for the rest of that turn.
This is one of Alexis Rhodes’ key monsters, and oh boy, it’s a good one! Being able to summon an 8-star monster with one tribute is always a good thing. Also, the negation of your opponent’s Spells and Traps for the rest of the turn can really throw a wrench in their plan. Its large body is also kind of difficult to get rid of.
Gendo the Aesthetic Monk Type: Spellcaster/Effect Attribute: Water 4 Stars ATK/ 300 DEF/1800 Appearance: A monk with a demon mask meditating. Effect: Face-up Attack Position monsters on the field cannot activate their effects. This Defense Position card cannot be targeted, or destroyed by card effects.
Originally, I thought that this card had pretty pathetic stats, until I read its awesome effect. A non-targetable monster is very hard to take care of without battling it, and its defense isn’t half bad.
Konichiwa everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Yama orabi are very strange creatures of Japanese mythology. They’re depicted as bird-like beings with extremely large heads and ultra sharp teeth. It’s also said that they’re experts in mimicry. They love shouting, and can copy any voice that they hear. These illusive creatures can be found deep within mountains.
Suzuhiko hime are slightly humorous creatures of Japanese folklore. They resemble shrine maidens with bells for heads. They love to dance and are completely harmless.