Sartorius was the society of white, duelist who invaded duel academy durring the yugioh gx saga where his evil side took over and he began assimilating the students. he uses the arkana force cards and such
darts who was the antagonist in the awakenning the dragons saga where he used the cursed seal aka the seal of orichalcos and wrought havok. he uses leviathan etc...
who wins the epic duel?
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that orichalcos shit was totally cheap as hell. kill that cheap absorbing thing -> the cheaper clay doll comes out. kill that thing -> the mega cheap snake with infinite power bust out, yugi was lucky.
Lucky and had the necessary cards to hold out as long as he did. It would take Yugi's deck in order to even have a chance, and even then it is next to impossible to even see a glimpse of hope. Yugi won only because Dartz underestinated him and held back.
Not to mention that Dartz fought Seto and Yugi simulantaniously and could pretty much have defeated them with only a few cards.
It would most certainly be more fair. The deck of Dartz in the hands of Dartz is unbeatable. He only lost because he wanted to show how chanceless Pharao was, so he brought back the already fallen knight of Atlantis that was formerly defeated. Which lead to his demise.
Last edited by Super Marie 64 on Sep 10th, 2008 at 06:03 PM
Oh but it is spite. He was more or less unbeatable after his very draw. In case you did not pay attention during the fight, he defeated two of the greatest duelists of all time at the same time with no effort at all. No matter what they did, it was useless. When they destroyed the seemingly indestructable monster on the field, it evolved into an unstoppable beast. When that beast went down, it became a gigantic snake that had INFINITE attackpoints.
This is spite. Dartz would win with only one card. But since he has his complete deck, this is not even spite. This is slaughter of the highest degree.
How does that seem like A>B>C logic? All I am saying is that he defeated two extremely strategical and intelligent duelists and used barely any cards at all to do so. My post only seemed like A>B>C logic because you wanted it to seem like it. Besides, whatever you say, defeating Pharao and Seto at the same time as he was playing around is extremely impressive.
Sure he beat them, but that is not the argument I use against Sartorius. What makes Dartz win is not who he beat, but how he beat them. If you seriously think Sartorius can beat Dartz, I advise you to look trough the Dartz Vs. Seto Kaiba & Pharao duel again. At the end of the fight, the lifepoints of Dartz surpassed 18000 and his monster had infinite attackpoints.
Sartiorus can not win. All he can do is try last for as long as possible. Once the eye evolve like it did against Pharao and Kaiba, he can not be beat. The perfect shield always had 300 points more points than the attacker, and the perfect sword always had 300 points more than the defender. The monster itself had 20000 attackpoints. And if it was to be defeated, it evolved into the Divine Serpent.
No duelist can beat Dartz. The only reason he lost was because he revived the third knight that Pharao had, that Dartz previously had destroyed.