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''This is the information page for Spatial Monsters in real life. For Spatial Monsters in YGOPRO, see the [[:Category:Spatial Monsters|Category for Spatial Monsters]].''
 
''This is the information page for Spatial Monsters in real life. For Spatial Monsters in YGOPRO, see the [[:Category:Spatial Monsters|Category for Spatial Monsters]].''
   
'''Spatial''' (スペーシュル ''Supeeshuru''; displayed as {{ruby|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 [[User:Lyris1064|Lyris1064]] . Spatial Monsters have a bright, hot pink frame and are stored in the Extra Deck, and they cannot be sent to the Graveyard by any means. Spatial Summoning can be conducted by banishing a monster(s) on the controller's side of the field using a mathematical operator on their indicator and ATK and/or DEF. The aforementioned operation is located on a separate line above their effect. Each operator in a Spatial Summon can only be used once per turn.
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'''Spatial''' (スペーシュル ''Supeeshuru''; displayed as {{ruby|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 [[User:Lyris1064|Lyris1064]]. Spatial Monsters have a <font color="#E52B50">'''bright, hot pink'''</font> 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 ({{ygo|Level}}, {{ygo|Rank}}, {{ycm|Wavelength}}, {{ycm|Hierarchy}}, etc.) because it's formatted differently: '''#th Dimension''' (#次元). In addition, Dimensional Numbers vary between even the more powerful Spatial Monsters, so they do not determine a monster's strength alone. Dimensional Numbers are centered on the card in the form of purple spirals inside pink orbs: [[File:Dimensional_Number.png]]. When subtracting indicators for a Spatial Summon, their Dimensional Number becomes a '''Dimensional Negative Number''', and those are formatted like this: '''Negative #th Dimension'''. Negative Dimensions look like pink spirals inside green orbs: [[File:Dimensional Negative Number.png]].
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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]]
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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===
 
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.
   
Whenever a Spatial Monster with a positive Dimension would be sent to the Graveyard, they lose 1 Dimension instead. Whenever a Spatial Monster with a Negative Dimension would be sent to the Graveyard, they gain 1 Dimension instead. If the Dimensional Number would reach 0, the monster is banished. Spatial Monsters cannot be Tributed until this can happen.
 
===Pendulum Spatial Monsters===
 
The operator for Pendulum Spatial Monsters is located to the top-right of their artwork instead. They do not have the trait that makes them lose Dimensions because they are sent back to the Extra Deck face-up instead of going to the Graveyard. These monsters can be Tributed for the same reason. Most Pendulum Spatial 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's ATK / Level (7th Dimension)
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*[[Starry-Eyes Spatial Dragon]]: 1 monster + 1 monster with lower ATK (max. 700)
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**{{ygo|Stardust Dragon}} & {{ygo|Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon}}
**[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Re-Cover A Level 1 Monster with ATK between 650 and 750]
 
 
*[[Astral Dragon of Stellar VINE]]: 1 monster + 1 monster with lower ATK (max. 700)
**[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/26976414 A Level 2 Monster with ATK between 1300 and 1450]
 
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**[[Seeker of Stellar VINE]] & [[Girl of Stellar VINE]]
*[[Astral Dragon of Stellar Vine]] : 1 "Vine" monster's Level or Rank + 1 "Vine" monster's Level or Rank (10th Dimension)
 
 
*[[Osa, Princess of Stellar VINE]]: 1 WATER monster + 1 WATER monster with lower DEF (max. 300)
**Two Level/Rank 5 "Vine" monsters
 
**A Level/Rank 4 "Vine" monster &amp; a Level/Rank 6 "Vine" monster
 
**A Level/Rank 3 "Vine" monster &amp; a Level/Rank 7 "Vine" monster
 
*[[Osa, Princess of Stellar Vine]]: 1 WATER monster x 1 WATER monster (3rd Dimension)
 
**Dimensional Number doesn't matter here; banish any 2 monsters with a Level or Rank that meet the requirements! Osa's ATK and DEF each become equal to the sum of her materials' respective ATK and DEF while she's on the field.
 
*[[Ragna Clarissa of Stellar Vine]]: 1 "Stellar Vine" monster's Level - 1 WATER monster's Level or Rank (Negative 4th Dimension)
 
**A Level/Rank 8 "Stellar Vine" monster & a Level 4 WATER monster
 
**A Level 7 "Stellar Vine" monster & a Level 3 WATER monster
 
   
 
==Rulings==
 
==Rulings==
*If a Spatial Summon is negated, the Spatial Monster that was going to be Summoned is still banished instead of being sent to the Graveyard.
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*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.
*If the Graveyard becomes unreachable by a means such as [http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Macro_Cosmos Macro Cosmos], then the trait that decreases the Spatial Monsters' Dimensional Number becomes unusable.
 
 
*Even if banishing becomes impossible by a means such as [http://yugioh.fandom.com/wiki/Imperial_Iron_Wall Imperial Iron Wall], the Spatial Summon is still possible. The Space Materials are usually sent to the GY instead of being banished.
*If Spatial Monsters get sent to the Extra Deck, they cannot be Spatial Summoned normally for 2 turns total.
 
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*If a Spatial Monster would be banished face-down from the Extra Deck, e.g. to activate [http://yugioh.fandom.com/wiki/Pot_of_Extravagance Pot of Extravagance], then it does not change Space.
*if a Spatial Monster becomes an Xyz Material and it is detached, it is banished instead of going to the Graveyard.
 
*If banishing becomes impossible by a means such as [http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Imperial_Iron_Wall Imperial Iron Wall], then the Spatial Summon also becomes impossible. Also, their traits send them to the Extra Deck on their 2-turn cooldown (above).
 
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The pink color of the Spatial monsters is brighter than the pink on a Trap Card.
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*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.
 
*''Spatial'' sounds similar to ''Special'', and was therefore chosen for the new card type name.
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==Visualization==
*A unique trait of Spatial Monsters is that the number of materials they need can vary. This depends on the Operator(s) on their card:
 
 
[[File:Spatial_Frame.png|thumb|left|[[Spatial]] Monster Card Frame]]
**Multiplication, Addition, and Subtraction all require at least 2 Materials, like the other Summoning Types already in the game.
 
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***Addition and Subtraction act similar to Synchro and Dark Synchro monsters, respectively. Differences include the materials being banished and unspecified unless stated (I.e. A Fusion monster &amp; a Synchro monster; Tuner status is optional)
 
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**Division requires a single monster, even when combined with the other mathematical operations sometimes.
 
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==Example Card Borders==
 
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[[File:Spatial_Frame.png|thumb|left|[[Spatial]] Monster Card Frame]][[File:Spatial-pendulum.jpg|thumb|[[Spatial|Pendulum Spatial]] Monster Card Frame]]
 
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<div align="center">[[File:Dimension.png||Dimension Indicator]]</div>
 
[[Category:Types of Monster Cards]]
 
[[Category:Types of Monster Cards]]
 
[[Category:Indicators]]
 
[[Category:Indicators]]

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[]

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[]

Rulings[]

  • 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[]

  • 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[]

Spatial Monster Card Frame




Dimension Indicator