Tas | BFA in Illustration | Hobby Artist | Fanartist | Fanfiction Writer | Humanist | Secularist | Admirer of the performance and visual arts | Admirer of Ancient Egyptian history | Admirer of all the sciences, especially astronomy
Summary: A dreadful anniversary haunts Akhenaden. He falls into a depressed state until Isis comes to nurture his wounded heart.
Characters: Priestess Isis, Priest Akhenaden
Summary: They have failed to produce a legitimate heir. The clan is whispering, and Lady Ishtar’s prayers to the gods seem to fall on deaf ears. But the gods are listening, and finally, the lord of plenty must explain why she is not to blame.
Pairing: Mr. Ishtar x Mrs. Ishtar
Rating: MA-17 (nudity)
Summary: Thief King Bakura is trapped in the Millennium Ring with a piece from Zorc Necrophades. The fragment entertains itself bringing Bakura to his knees.
Warning: Violence, tentacle rape
Summary: A terrible crime has been committed against the young prince Akhenaden. He has divulged the secret to his older brother, but the young Pharaoh-to-be is at a loss as how to find justice.
Writing style: A journal entry translated from the Papyrus Collection of Akhenamkhanen.
Warning: Implied rape.
WHOA HOLD UP
Five years ago?
Assuming that he’s planning on saying “dead” and that he was the one who killed Shadi, this would mean that Yami Bakura killed him when his host body was TWELVE YEARS OLD.
I am having extreme difficulties picturing him killing a grown man when his host body was that young, mystical golden item or not.
I brought this up like almost a year and a half ago. Yeah…nobody seems to know. Outside of theories with Zorc and Hasan. Which kinda could explain it, but not really completely. (At least not in my opinion.) It bothers me so much cause it’s obvious that they have a history…
…And it’s not explored.
Oh my goodness, I would give anything for a straight answer…
a straight answer? you know this is yu-gi-oh, right?
I see what you did there.
So I’ve got a couple of scenarios going off in my head to account regarding these two pages:
Scenario A: Pegasus Crawford encountered Shadi 5+ years prior to Battle City. He had journeyed to Egypt after Cynthia died, and each time he went, it seems like he always encountered Shadi. If Dark Bakura had killed Shadi when his host was 12 years old, we have enough time for Pegasus to compose the painting beforehand.
Also, at the age of 11, Malik murdered his father, so young kids killing adults in YGO! is not far-fetched.
Scenario B: Bakura did not destroy Shadi’s body recently but might have assumed he destroyed his spirit. Dark Bakura is a piece of Zorc Necrophades, whereas Shadi is the spirit of the Millennium Tablet. This explains why they have ancient knowledge. Shadi had a physical form, which was destroyed by Bakura, but that wasn’t enough. In order to really defeat the Nameless Pharaoh, Bakura would have to destroy the guardian spirit, who orchestrated events leading up to the Pharaoh finding his name. A metaphysical battle might have occurred 5+ years prior, where Bakura thought Shadi was dead dead; that is, completely destroyed; hence, his shock when he discovers Malik has encountered Shadi.
Scenario C: Takahashi was no Tolkien. He did not have time to go back, re-write, and reconcile parts of the YGO! universe to make it uniform.
Summary: High Priest Seto delivers the strange peasant girl Kisara to his master, Akhenaden. As the older priest takes a liking to her, Seto regrets having revealed Kisara to him.
Warning: Broken-hearted Mizushipping, implied Justiceshipping (DM)
Rating: 14+ years
Lord Akhenaden! Talking to the Pharaoh with such dirty words…!
Oh, I’m sorry; did I offend the palace prudes? Oh my! “Humph. How arrogant you are.” Yes, yes, that is SO~O~O dirty. I mean, seriously, I should have said something more decent such as, “That ass, Pharaoh, that ass you have! Working that ass like Bablyonian whore - if only I could plow with it my mighty cock as if you were one of the pretty dancers.”
::cough cough sarcasm cough::
“It is said a hero is only as good as their enemies. Thus, a good story has to have a well-written villain, somebody that earns respect. After all, what is a hero without a villain to challenge them?”