The story takes place in the near future in a city called Heartland. The story focuses on Yuma Tsukumo, a young duelist who strives to become the Duel Monsters champion, despite being an amateur. One day, during a duel with a school bully, a mysterious spirit called Astral appears before him, and helps him to win. Astral explains to Yuma he is searching for his lost memories, which have been transformed into 99 Xyz Monsters cards called Numbers and have been scattered across the globe. The Numbers have the ability to possess the duelists who own them and bring out their darkest desires. In order to recover his memories, Astral teams up with Yuma in order to recover the Numbers cards. Using the powers of Zexal, the two must compete with Numbers Hunters, who seek to claim the Numbers cards for themselves in order to destroy Astral's homeworld.

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Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 22 minutes

Premier: 2011-04-11

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (Japanese: 遊☆戯☆王ZEXAL(ゼアル), Hepburn: Yū-Gi-Ō Zearu, pronounced “Ze-al”) is a Japanese manga and anime series and the third spin-off of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, after the preceding Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. The manga began serialization in Shueisha's V-Jump magazine from December 2010 and is licensed in North America by Viz Media. The anime series, animated by Gallop, aired on TV Tokyo between April 2011 and March 2014, with an English-language version airing in North America between October 2011 and August 2013. A second series, titled Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal II (遊☆戯☆王ZEXAL II(ゼアル セカンド), Yū-Gi-Ō Zearu Sekando, pronounced “Ze-al Second”), aired in Japan between October 2012 and March 2014 and in North America between August 2013 and February 2015. The series was succeeded by Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V. The series aired on The CW's Saturday morning cartoon block, Toonzai, and continued to air on its successor, Vortexx. The series was later broadcast on Nicktoons starting April 12, 2013. After Vortexx ended, new episodes were streamed to Hulu beginning July 14, 2014. In Canada, the series aired on YTV starting June 2, 2012, while new episodes of Zexal II moved to Teletoon on May 4, 2014.

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There are five official soundtrack CDs, all released by Marvelous Entertainment. The first, Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Sound Duel 1, was released on September 28, 2011. The second, Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Sound Duel 2, was released on September 19, 2012. The third, Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Sound Duel 3, was released on May 15, 2013. The fourth, Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Sound Duel 4, was released on November 13, 2013. The fifth, Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Sound Duel 5, was released on November 19, 2014. Opening Themes “Masterpiece” (マスターピース, Masutāpīsu) by mihimaru GT (Eps 1–25, Ep 146 ending) “Braving!” (ブレイビング!, Bureibingu!) by Kanan (Eps 26–49) “Soul Drive” (魂ドライブ, Tamashii Doraibu) by Color Bottle (Eps 50–73) Second season “Unbreakable Heart” (折れないハート, Arenai Hāto) by Hideaki Takatori (Eps 74–98) “Dualism of Mirrors” (鏡のデュアルイズム, Kagami no Duaruizumu) by Petit Milady (Aoi Yuki and Ayana Taketatsu) (Eps 99–123) “Wonder Wings” (ワンダーウィングス, Wandā Wingusu) by Diamond☆Yukai (Eps 124–145) Ending Themes “My Quest” (僕クエスト, Boku Kuesuto) by Golden Bomber (Eps 1–25) “Longing Freesia” (切望のフリージア, Setsubō no Furījia) by DaizyStripper (Eps 26–49) “Wild Child” (ワイルドチャイルド, Wairudo Chairudo) by Moumoon (Eps 50–73) Second season “Artist” (アーティスト, Ātisuto) by Vistlip (Eps 74–98) “Go Way Go Way” (ゴーウェイゴーウェイ, Gō Wei Gō Wei) by FoZZtone (Eps 99–123) “Challenge the GAME” (チャレンジザゲーム, Charenji za Gēmu) by REDMAN (Eps 124–145) English Opening Theme “Take a Chance” by Michael Brady, Shane Guenego, Arthur Murakami, & Surefire Music Group (Eps 1–73) “Halfway to Forever” by Michael Brady, Shane Guenego, Arthur Murakami, Jonathan Lattif, & Surefire Music Group (Eps 74–146)

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