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Duel Monsters: Destiny of Synchros

By Fantasyman92

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Chapter 1

Duel Monsters: Destiny of Synchros

In the beginning, there were two realms: The realm of Man, and the realm of Duel Spirits. Though there was not a direct connection between these two realms until Maximillion Pegasus created the Duel Monsters card game, many creatures found their way into the Human realm. This is how the realm of Duel Spirits came to be.

In the beginning, there was nothing, except for one card. This card held a divine power, and created a being that nearly had the same powers as itself. The being, calling himself Sephylon the Timelord, created other beings that held similar powers out of different elements. These ten Timelords then created the realm of the Duel Spirits into a paradise for many creatures.

However, when Turbo Dueling was introduced, a new evolution appeared, and Sephylon didn't like it. He tried to think of a way to eliminate this Synchro "Menace," but couldn't think of any way without destroying the ways of nature.

"Having trouble, great God of the Timelords?" came a voice, sounding like metal scraping on metal.

Sephylon turned to see a giant mechanical dragon, which flew from a doorway he had never seen before.

"My name is Asterisk, and I might hold the key to help you with your Synchro 'problem,'" replied the dragon. Sephylon became interested in Asterisk's proposal, so decided to let the dragon humor him.


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