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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 Graveyard.
 
*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.
 
*If a Spatial Monster becomes an Xyz Material and it is detached, it is banished instead of going to the Graveyard.
 
*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.
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*Even if banishing becomes impossible by a means such as [http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Imperial_Iron_Wall Imperial Iron Wall], the Spatial Summon is still possible. The Space Materials are usually sent to the Graveyard instead of being banished.
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*The pink color of the Spatial monsters is brighter than the pink on a Trap Card.
 
*The pink color of the Spatial monsters is brighter than the pink on a Trap Card.

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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) with a Level on the controller's side of the field that are listed on the Summoned Spatial Monster's lore. If a Spatial Monster(s) would be sent to the Graveyard, except if sent there from being banished, those Spatial Monster(s) 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: #th Dimension or 1st/2nd/3rd Dimension in the case of Dimensional Numbers 1-3 (次元第#). Dimensional Numbers are centered on the card in the form of pink spiral-like galaxies inside light blue orbs: Dimensional Number.png. Dimensional Negative Numbers also exist, and they look like light blue spiral-like galaxies inside red orbs: Dimensional Negative Number.png

While in the Monster Zone, all Spatial Monsters with effects are only able to activate them if they were Spatial Summoned, and only up to a number of times while face-up on the field equal to the number of Tributes that would normally be required to Tribute Summon a monster with the same Level as the Spatial Monster's original Dimensional Number.

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 Graveyard.
  • If a Spatial Monster becomes an Xyz Material and it is detached, it is banished instead of going to the Graveyard.
  • 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 Graveyard instead of being banished.

Trivia

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

Visualization

Spatial Monster Card Frame

Spatial Pendulum Monster Card Frame




Dimension Indicator