yes. just like the card says you cut the original in half so you dont get half the attack.
it is currently on on Saturday mornings on the cw4kids. Yugioh Zexal is on at 9 am and the Original Yugioh is on at 9:30 am.
no it is not...
if u talking about the original yugioh, only online. I've looked at every store and all the yugioh they sell is Yugioh 5D's.
Assuming the defending monster is also in attack position, both monsters will be destroyed.
Yugioh gx is about an academy with people learning how to duel and yugioh 5ds is just mongo's riding crap mc's original was the best. BOLLOCKS TO 5d
magic trap and monster
no because it has to be on your side of the field
Unless the monster specifically says otherwise, it takes two tributes for a monster of Lv7+
Your monster is destroyed if the monster you attack is in attack position, and you lose life points.
yes its name is dark blade
you can't the stardust accelerator is yugioh 5ds. Head of exodia is original yugioh
Yes, it does have to be in your hand.
In battle, it is the controller of a card that loses the lifepoints. It doesn't matter who has controlled the card the longest, it's the controller during Damage Calculation that counts.
No you choose a new target and plz read the rule book.
Since White Stone of Legend is a tuner it can be used with any other monster to synchro summon that is allowed
other yugioh cards monster the higher attack points the better
It appears on a few cards, but the first time it appeared as a monster is as the Paladin of White Dragon.
There's no 'Envoy of the Apocalypse', but there is a Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End. It can only be special summoned by removing a Light and a Dark monster from your graveyard from play. You can pay 1000 lifepoints to send all cards in hand and field to the graveyard, and deal 300 damage to the opponent for each. It is a Lv8 Dragon/Effect monster, DARK, 3000 ATK, 2500 DEF.
You can watch the original yugioh episodes on 4kids tv
Yes,Monster Reborn is banned in YuGiOh.Go on to the YuGiOh website and click on Forbidden cards.
No, but there are spin-off's of the original yugioh.