Gogogo Gagaga Yuma

Deck Information
Deck Type: Anime Decks
Deck Master: Number 39: Utopia
Submission Date: September 19th 2018
Author: sam50
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"Gogogo" (Japanese: ゴゴゴ Gogogo) is an archetype composed of Level/Rank 4 monsters used by Yuma Tsukumo and Astral in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL. All members of this archetype are EARTH Rock monsters, except for the DARK Zombie "Gogogo Ghost".

Playing style

"Gogogo" monsters are useful in Xyz Summoning of Rank 4 Xyz Monsters. They can further be supported by using similar cards, like "Photon Thrasher," to Summon Rank 4 monsters that require 3 Xyz Materials. You can boost the consistency of this combo by utilizing "Summoner Monk" to search out "Gogogo Golem" or "Gogogo Giant", using the second one with "Genex Ally Birdman"; bouncing "Giant" to Synchro Summon "Black Rose Dragon" or another Level 7 Synchro Monster, while having "Giant" to use on the next turn.




"Gagaga" (ガガガ Gagaga) is an archetype of DARK Spellcaster and EARTH Warrior monsters used by the protagonist of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime and manga, Yuma Tsukumo.



Their name, "Gagaga" is from either the pronunciation for the Chinese character they use as a crest, which can be pronounced "ga" in Japanese, or the Japanese manga sound effect "ga" which is used for physical impacts, similar to the English "pow" used in comics. This could be because the "Gagaga" monsters use physical attacks in the anime and manga. All "Gagaga" monsters bear a crest of the Chinese character for the first person pronoun (我) which can be pronounced "wa" or "ga" in Japanese. The crest cannot always be seen on the individual card's artwork though, but can be seen in the anime and manga, usually on the monsters' backs. The male members of the archetype cover the lower part of their faces with scarves, except "Gagaga Child".

The "Gagaga" Spellcasters, "Gagaga Magician" and "Gagaga Girl", bear a striking similar appearance to "Dark Magician" and "Dark Magician Girl" respectively, monsters used by Yugi Muto in the original anime and manga. Both "Gagaga" Spellcasters are 3 Levels lower and have 1000 less ATK than their "Dark Magician" counterparts. They are also all DARK monsters, and are often used by Yuma and Yugi in their Duels. The "Gagaga" Spellcasters also share a "senpai and kohai" relationship, similar to how the "Dark Magicians" shared a master and apprentice relationship.


Playing style

Despite being weak in terms of ATK and DEF, the effects of the "Gagaga" monsters allow them to change their Levels very easily, resulting in quick and easy Xyz Summons. The effect of "Gagaga Magician" allows him to change his Level from 1 through 8 and the effect of "Gagaga Girl" allows her to copy his Level. This allows them to easily Xyz Summon any generic, Spellcaster specific, or DARK Xyz Monster of Ranks 1 through 8. "Gagaga Caesar" also helps in this by using his effect to banish a monster in the Graveyard to change the Levels of all face-up "Gagaga" monsters you control to the banished monster's Level. This allows them to Xyz Summon any Xyz Monsters above Rank 8.

Gagaga crest


Deck List
MonsterGogogo Giant x2
Gogogo Ghost x2
Gogogo Golem x2
Gogogo Golem - Golden Form x2
Gogogo Gigas x2
Gogogo Aristera & Dexia x2
Gogogo Goram x2
Gagaga Head x1
Gagaga Mancer x2
Gagaga Girl x2
Gagaga Child x2
Gagaga Gardna x2
Gagaga Caesar x2
Gagaga Magician x2
Gagaga Clerk x2
Gagaga Sister x2
SpellsGagagaback x2
Gagagadraw x2
Gagaga Academy Emergency Network x2
Gagagatag x2
Onomatopia x2
Gogogo Talisman x2
Rank-Up-Magic Barian's Force x2
Rank-Up-Magic Argent Chaos Force x1
TrapsGuard Go! x2
Gagagarush x2
Gagagashield x2
ExtraNumber 55: Gogogo Goliath x2
Gagaga Samurai x2
Gagaga Cowboy x2
Number 39: Utopia x2
Number C39: Utopia Ray x2
Number C39: Utopia Ray Victory x2
Number 39: Utopia Beyond x2
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