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In this guild you will act like a duelist from the show you will have your own Duel Runners so come and join all the fun ad we do more then 5ds we also do the other two series
Here is the form that you have to fill out if you don't the automatic declined:
1.Which series do you like the best?
2.What is your favorite of card?
3.Why do you like yugioh?
4.How Active will you be?
And you do have to answer all of this questions in order to get accepted in this guild
after you get accepted please go to the Kaibadome subforum and make A Character Profile

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (遊☆戯☆王5D's(ファイブディーズ), Yū☆gi☆ō Faibu Dīzu?) is a new Yu-Gi-Oh! series which began to air in Japan from April 2, 2008, and replaces Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX (broadcast as Yu-Gi-Oh! GX in the US). This is also the first Yu-Gi-Oh! series to be broadcast in Widescreen.

During the series, the main Duel Disk is a motorcycle called a "Duel Runner" ("D-Wheel" in the Japanese version) and the duelists engage in stadium games called "Turbo Duels" ("Riding Duels" in the Japanese version).[1] The 18 year old main character, Yusei Fudo, has "Stardust Dragon" as his main card, which is the cover card for the Duelist Genesis trading card set.

As with the previous two series (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters and Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX), this series has been acquired by 4Kids Entertainment for broadcasting in the United States in September 2008.[2] It began airing on The CW4Kids, starting from September 13. The English language dub premiered on July 24 at San Diego Comic-Con 2008[3], where the first English dubbed episode was shown. Like the previous two series, changes have been made to plot, cards, character names and personalities to make the show suitable for a younger age demographic.[4]
Set some time after the legendary battles fought by Yugi and Jaden, the game of Duel Monsters has evolved; a new addition has been introduced to the future of dueling as seen in 5D's: "Turbo Duels". These duels are played in giant stadiums, and duelists ride motorcycles with built-in duel equipment known as "Duel Runners". Domino City has also changed, under the guidance of the head of its public maintenance bureau, Rex Goodwin. Rich and powerful people live in what is now known as "Neo Domino City", while the poorer class are shunned and live mostly in the slums area, known as "Satellite". (There is significantly less emphasis on class in the 4Kids adaptation.) An aspiring duelist from Satellite, Yusei Fudo, builds his own Duel Runner, but is betrayed by his best friend, Jack Atlas, who steals not only his Runner but also his most precious monster, the Stardust Dragon. While Jack battles his way to the top and becomes Duel King, Yusei is forced to live on in Satellite with his friends.

The Crimson Dragon, as seen during Yusei and Jack's Turbo Duel.Two years later, Yusei has built another Duel Runner, and sets out to win back his Dragon and regain the bonds he once had with his friend. Jack, now known as the King of the Riding Duel, has made a name for himself and his monster, the Red Dragon Archfiend (Red Daemon's Dragon in the Japanese version), in Neo Domino City. Yusei and Jack face each other in a Turbo Duel, and during the duel Yusei is able to regain control of Stardust Dragon. As Stardust and Red Dragon Archfiend battle, a third dragon appears and brings an abrupt end to the fight. This attracts the attention of Rex Goodwin, who reveals to Jack an ancient secret - thousands of years ago, the "People of the Stars" (星の民, Hoshi no Tami?), a pre-Incan civilization, were attacked by evil monsters, and summoned a mighty beast known as the "Crimson Dragon" to protect themselves. The Crimson Dragon imprisoned the evil forces into the ground, forming what are now the Nazca Lines. Goodwin reveals to Jack that five descendants of the People of the Stars are still alive in the present day, and have the power to call the Crimson Dragon once again, in order to guard against the return of evil. These five "Signers" (シグナー, Shigunā?) may be recognized by the "Dragon Marks" they bear, a symbol on their body representing a part of the Crimson Dragon. The Marks react and begin glowing when their owner or another Signer is dueling. There are five Marks, the Dragon's head, tail, wings, and two claws. Currently, the bearers of four of the Marks are known. Jack has carried the wings since birth, and the tail originally appeared on Yusei's arm during the battle between Stardust Dragon and Red Dragon Archfiend. After the duel ended, the Mark vanished, but it reappears often when Yusei is around other active Signers. The third Signer is the "Black Rose Witch", Akiza, a girl who possesses psychic abilities. She believes her Dragon Mark to be the cause of her strange powers.

Goodwin has started a dueling tournament, the Fortune Cup, in order to locate the remaining Signers. Yusei and his friend Luna have both been invited, as has the mysterious Black Rose Witch. The winner of the tournament will be given the honor of facing off against the Duel King, Jack. During the tournament, Luna is confirmed as being the fourth Signer and Goodwin's severed hand holds the final birthmark, calling forth the Crimson Dragon again in the final match between Yusei and Jack, in which past and future events are shown before them. Yusei wins and becomes the new Duel King, but soon encounters a group who bear a different kind of birthmark, use Dark Synchro Monsters and can activate Shadow Duels.

In this guild you will act like a duelist from the show you will have your own Duel Runners so come and join all the fun ad we do more then 5ds we also do the other two series