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The Spatials' indicator is called a '''Dimensional Number''' and it's different from other the indicators ({{ygo|Level}}, {{ygo|Rank}}, {{ycm|Wavelength}}, [[Hierarchy]], etc.) because it's formatted differently outside of the Japanese OCG: '''#-Dimensional''' (#次元) to refer to specific Dimensional Number. The Dimensional Number is centered on the card, and they look like pink spiral-like galaxies inside light blue orbs on Origin Spatial Monsters: [[File:Dimensional_Number.png]]. The Dimensional Number on Altered Spatial Monsters look like light blue spiral-like galaxies inside red orbs: [[File:Dimensional_Negative_Number.png]]
 
The Spatials' indicator is called a '''Dimensional Number''' and it's different from other the indicators ({{ygo|Level}}, {{ygo|Rank}}, {{ycm|Wavelength}}, [[Hierarchy]], etc.) because it's formatted differently outside of the Japanese OCG: '''#-Dimensional''' (#次元) to refer to specific Dimensional Number. The Dimensional Number is centered on the card, and they look like pink spiral-like galaxies inside light blue orbs on Origin Spatial Monsters: [[File:Dimensional_Number.png]]. The Dimensional Number on Altered Spatial Monsters look like light blue spiral-like galaxies inside red orbs: [[File:Dimensional_Negative_Number.png]]
   
Spatial Monsters change between Origin and Altered states instead of becoming face-down on the field, of which changes at least 1 of their properties-- between Attribute, Type, ATK, DEF, and effects. Players can start the duel with either of a Spatial Monster's 2 Spaces in the Extra Deck, but it is still limited to 3 copies between the Extra and Side Decks, regardless of which Space is used.
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Spatial Monsters change between Origin and Altered states instead of becoming face-down in the Monster Zone, of which changes at least 1 of their properties-- between Attribute, Type, ATK, DEF, and effects. Players can start the duel with either of a Spatial Monster's 2 Spaces in the Extra Deck, but it is still limited to 3 copies between the Extra and Side Decks, regardless of which Space is used.
 
===Spatial Pendulum Monsters===
 
===Spatial Pendulum Monsters===
 
Most Spatial Pendulum Monsters have this effect: If this card in the Monster Zone is destroyed by battle or card effect: You can destroy as many cards in your Pendulum Zones as possible (min. 1), and if you do, place this card in your Pendulum Zone.
 
Most Spatial Pendulum Monsters have this effect: If this card in the Monster Zone is destroyed by battle or card effect: You can destroy as many cards in your Pendulum Zones as possible (min. 1), and if you do, place this card in your Pendulum Zone.
   
 
===Examples===
 
===Examples===
*[[Starry-Eyes Spatial Dragon]]: 1 monster + 1 monster with lower ATK (max. 500)
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*[[Starry-Eyes Spatial Dragon]]: 1 monster + 1 monster with lower ATK (max. 700)
 
**{{ygo|Stardust Dragon}} & {{ygo|Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon}}
 
**{{ygo|Stardust Dragon}} & {{ygo|Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon}}
*[[Astral Dragon of Stellar VINE]]: 1 monster + 1 monster with lower ATK (max. 600)
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*[[Astral Dragon of Stellar VINE]]: 1 monster + 1 monster with lower ATK (max. 700)
 
**[[Seeker of Stellar VINE]] & [[Girl of Stellar VINE]]
 
**[[Seeker of Stellar VINE]] & [[Girl of Stellar VINE]]
*[[Osa, Princess of Stellar VINE]]: 1 WATER monster + 1 WATER monster with lower DEF (max. 400)
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*[[Osa, Princess of Stellar VINE]]: 1 WATER monster + 1 WATER monster with lower DEF (max. 300)
**[[Jackie, Maiden of Stellar VINE]] & [[Pegasus of Stellar VINE]]
 
   
 
==Rulings==
 
==Rulings==

Latest revision as of 16:17, 18 September 2020

This is the information page for Spatial Monsters in real life. For Spatial Monsters in YGOPRO, see the Category for Spatial Monsters.

Spatial (スペーシュル Supeeshuru; displayed as Sptスペーシュル on Japanese cards) is a new monster type for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters card game created by Lyris1064. Spatial Monsters have a bright, hot pink frame, and are stored in the Extra Deck. Spatial Summoning can be conducted by banishing a monster(s) on the controller's field that are listed on the lore of the Summoned Spatial Monster, including a monster with lower ATK or DEF-- the maximum difference is said Spatial Monster's Dimensional Number x 100; in addition, the Levels/Ranks of the Space Materials must exceed said Spatial Monster's Dimensional Number. If a Spatial Monster(s) would be sent to the GY, except if sent there from being banished, they are banished, instead.

The Spatials' indicator is called a Dimensional Number and it's different from other the indicators (Level, Rank, Wavelength, Hierarchy, etc.) because it's formatted differently outside of the Japanese OCG: #-Dimensional (#次元) to refer to specific Dimensional Number. The Dimensional Number is centered on the card, and they look like pink spiral-like galaxies inside light blue orbs on Origin Spatial Monsters: Dimensional Number.png. The Dimensional Number on Altered Spatial Monsters look like light blue spiral-like galaxies inside red orbs: Dimensional Negative Number.png

Spatial Monsters change between Origin and Altered states instead of becoming face-down in the Monster Zone, of which changes at least 1 of their properties-- between Attribute, Type, ATK, DEF, and effects. Players can start the duel with either of a Spatial Monster's 2 Spaces in the Extra Deck, but it is still limited to 3 copies between the Extra and Side Decks, regardless of which Space is used.

Spatial Pendulum Monsters[edit | edit source]

Most Spatial Pendulum Monsters have this effect: If this card in the Monster Zone is destroyed by battle or card effect: You can destroy as many cards in your Pendulum Zones as possible (min. 1), and if you do, place this card in your Pendulum Zone.

Examples[edit | edit source]

Rulings[edit | edit source]

  • If a Spatial Summon is negated, the Spatial Monster that was going to be Summoned is still banished instead of being sent to the GY.
  • If a Spatial Monster becomes an Xyz Material and it is detached, it is banished instead of going to the GY.
  • Even if banishing becomes impossible by a means such as Imperial Iron Wall, the Spatial Summon is still possible. The Space Materials are usually sent to the GY instead of being banished.
  • If a Spatial Monster would be banished face-down from the Extra Deck, e.g. to activate Pot of Extravagance, then it does not change Space.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The pink color of the Spatial monsters is brighter than the pink color on a Trap Card.
  • Spatial sounds similar to Special, and was therefore chosen for the new card type name.

Visualization[edit | edit source]

Spatial Monster Card Frame




Dimension Indicator
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