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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Performer:
Chaos the kitten from Sesame Park
Design Team:
Ed Christie • (designer)
Paul Hartis • (builder)

Chaos is a kitten from Sesame Park. Tiny but energetic, Chaos loved to pounce people and play horsey. She would refer to herself in the third person, much akin to Elmo.

Chaos was added to the series in 1996, when it was revamped from its previous identity as simply "The Canadian Sesame Street." The puppet, or at least one of many, was included in the CBC Museum in Toronto, Ontario.


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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

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Chaos
Berserker
Spell Icon
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Increases the physical defense of the berserker's group against slashing, piercing, and crushing attacks for a short duration. Defense versus crushing attacks is especially improved.

Target Group
Power 18
Casting 2.0 seconds
Recast 1 minute 30 seconds
Duration 30.0 seconds
Effect Radius 50.0 meters
Level 12

Effects
  • Increases Mitigation of group members (AE) vs slashing and piercing damage by (X)
  • Increases Mitigation of group members (AE) vs crushing damage by (Y)
Chaos Spell Line
I II III IV V VI
12 26 40 54 68 79
Spell Effects by Spell Rank
Effect Apprentice Journeyman Adept Expert Master Grandmaster
Increases slashing & piercing mitigation by (X)  ? 92 100 117 134
Increases crushing mitigation by (Y)  ? 115 125 146 167

Gray cells correspond to unavailable ranks of the spell.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Chaos may refer to:


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From GuildWiki

Chaos damage is a damage type caused by Mesmer canes and staves, as well as the Elementalist's Ether Staff. Currently, the Assassin skill Seeping Wound is the only skill that deals Chaos damage. No monsters or armor seem to have any particular vulnerability or resistance to this type of damage.

Mesmer weapons are effective because there is no skill or armor that protects from or reduces Chaos damage.

Notes

  • Chaos damage is not considered elemental damage, and therefore is not affected by skills such as Winter or Ward Against Elements.
  • Although it is not affected by any specific armor type, it is affected by non-typed armor, so, for example, a Warrior will still take less damage from it than a Monk would.
Damage types
Physical damage: Blunt damageSlashing damagePiercing damage
Elemental damage: Cold damageEarth damageFire damageLightning damage
Others: Chaos damageDark damageHoly damageShadow damage
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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Chaos (born December 19th, 1977) is a Canadian professional wrestler who works for Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment on it's Rapture Brand.

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Height 6ft 6in
Weight 280 lbs
Date of birth December 19th, 1977 (age 30)
Place of birth Toronto, Ontario
Date of death
Place of death
Resides Toronto, Ontario
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Current
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Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment
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Handled by Chaos
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Debut March 2004
Retired

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Career

2004

Chaos debuted in the squared circle in March of the year 2004 in a small federation called the Anarchy Wrestling Alliance. The company called for wrestlers with little or no experience to join the company and be trained from the start. Chaos won the AWA television title, but the federation soon folded after the Owner filed Banktrupcy. Chaos had the opportunity to fight in one of the federations more memorable matches; an Inferno Cage Match, but he lost. Chaos would pick up his training from several companies around this time; ECCW's House of Pain and UWE's own pre-debut developmental territory.

When the company signed a television deal Chaos debuted on-screen as one of the upper-card characters who was propelled into the main event scene. Chaos worked in UWE's first match ever when he defeated Snake in a round one tournament match. The winner of the tournament would be the first ever UWE World Champion. Chaos climbed to the top of the tournament where he and Danger tied in a semi-final match and moved onto the finals. This tie would make the finals a triple threat. Chaos captured the World title alongside Danger (joint champions) in the tournament finale at Summer Heat 2004 when both men pinned The Undertaker at the exact same time. Danger eventually won the full rights to the title after about a month of being a joint champion with Chaos. Chaos and Danger would have a heated feud that would continue for many years to come.

Chaos continued his reign of terror as a monster when he aligned himself with Dawn Marie in the fall. Chaos would tag with Mark Jindrak several times. Dawn Marie would manager Mark Jindrak and Chaos with the two even vying for the World Tag Team titles, but each time they challenged for the titles they were unsuccessful.. Near December, Chaos formed Death By Design, aligning himself with Mark Jindrak, Jamal Glenn, Dawn Marie, and John Cena. At the December pay-per view Cold Carnage Chaos won the UWE World Heavyweight Championship for the second time when he defeated Paul The Chosen One.

2005

Chaos successfully defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Danger, JaXon, Raven and Malicious on several different occasions. Chaos defended his titles in extreme variant matches at two seperate pay-per views, but also on regular exhibition shows in matches such as a Cage match, Hardcore match, Triple Threat Cage Match (at Battle Royal 2005 in January) and a St. Valentines Day Massacre Match (at Blood Fest 2005 in Febuary).

Chaos would face Danger at Genesis in a Three Stages of Hell Match with the stages being Submission, Hardcore and Scaffold. Danger would win the Submission stage while Chaos stole a victory during the Hardcore stage. Danger finished Chaos off in the Scaffold stage with Chaos falling to the ring. After losing the World Heavyweight Championship to Danger at Genesis in March 2005 at Genesis, Chaos and John Cena would capture the World Tag Team titles together after dominating the entire tag division. Paul Heyman would lead Chaos, John Cena, Gail Kim and The Undertaker as Death By Design. Chaos and John Cena would pick up three tag title victories in one year and hold the titles for many months. Chaos and John Cena would defend the titles at pretty much every pay-per view. Notably, Chaos and John Cena beat every tag team UWE had to offer at that time.

2006

The tag title reign of Death By Design would come to a sudden halt in May. At the UK pay-per view, Overthrow, Chaos and John Cena lost the World tag titles to Powerplant 2.0. Chaos and John Cena, with Gail Kim in their corner would go for the titles again at Summer Heat, but were unsuccessful. Chaos and Gail Kim would turn on John Cena with Chaos attacking Cena after the tag title loss. Gail Kim would back Chaos' turn on his tag partner.

Gail Kim would lead Chaos into a feud with Davy Blade. Chaos was able to score one victory and Davy three victories. Chaos was soon injured, after breaking a few fingers during a match. Chaos returned to in-ring action when he defeated Danger at Halloween Hell when UWE fans voted for Chaos to be the opponent that Danger would fight. Chaos would attempt to enter Hardcore division, but lose in a number one contendership match.

2007

In late 2006 and early 2007 Chaos and Danger would align with one another to form an unlikely alliance against some of the newer members of the roster. Despite not winning numerous matches the two would get the last word in because they were known to beat down their opponents after matches. Chaos would turn on Danger at Blood Fest and debut his new finishing move "Taste of Chaos" on Danger and then Ricky Martinez. Chaos would face Danger at Genesis III in a Falls Count Anywhere match. The match would end in a draw with both men being counted down.

Chaos would be drafted to Rapture as a member of the Rapture roster for the new brand split. Chaos successfully defeated Brian Duskey on one of the new editions of Rapture after the roster split, but appeared sporadically until UWE had a battle royal to determine a World title shot. Chaos was eliminated by Ghetto Gospel in the battle royale. Chaos would find his niche on the roster after coming out with Victoria in her match against Christy Hemme. Victoria would lose, but the fans now realized that Chaos and Victoria were friends again after rumours on the internet and fan speculation. Victoria would accompany Chaos to the ring for a International title number one contenders match in his home town Toronto at the pay-per view Midsummer Massacre. Chaos would be pinned in the match by Ronnie Cage.

Chaos would compete on Rapture in a singles match against a rookie by the name of Ghostrain. Chaos would pick up the victory in Toronto and celebrate inside of the ring with Victoria.

Wrestling facts

Finishing moves

  • Taste of Chaos - (Swinging Side Slam)
  • Chaos Bomb - (Moonsault)

Signature moves

  • Superkick
  • Swinging Neckbreaker
  • Abdominal Stretch
  • Big Boot
  • Torture Rack

Managers

  • Victoria (current)
  • Dawn Marie
  • Paul Heyman
  • Gail Kim

Nicknames

  • "The Canadian Psycho"

Theme Music

  • Dragula by Rob Zombie (current theme)
  • Unholy Confessions by Avenged Sevenfold
  • Radiant Eclipse by Avenged Sevenfold
  • Kill Caustic by AFI
  • Stigmata Martyr by Bauhaus

Championships and accomplishments

  • Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment

Personal life

Chaos resides in Toronto, Ontario Canada. Chaos is single and runs a local gym.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Chaos disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Chaos rune article)

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

"Chaos" redirects here. For other uses, see Chaos (disambiguation).
Chaos rune

The Chaos rune is used for bolt spells, including wind bolt, water bolt, earth bolt, and fire bolt. It is also used for crumble undead, which is the highest level spell for a chaos rune in the free-to-play version of RuneScape. Additionally, it used for some members' spells such as the various Ancient Magicks spells. Respawning chaos runes can be found in the far room of the Dark Warriors' Fortress in the Wilderness or near the moss giants in the level 40 Wilderness. They take approximately 70 seconds to respawn.

Chaos runes can also be made through the Runecrafting skill at the Chaos altar at level 9 Wilderness. You must have a chaos talisman or a chaos tiara to enter. Alternatively, an omni-talisman or omni-tiara may be used. Upon entering, players will find themselves in a complicated maze which they will have to find their way through in order to craft their runes. Another way of entering is through the statue of Saradomin north-east of Varrock and through the Tunnel of Chaos to the portal which requires the talisman or tiara. This is only accessible during or after completing the What Lies Below quest. A player receives 8.5 experience points per chaos rune crafted. A common way to craft chaos runes via the abyss is to go through the rift in the abyss than walk/run back to Edgeville due to the close proximity then start again.

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Spells

Chaos runes are needed in a minority of spells, but are powerful.

Free Spells

Below are the free spells in which chaos runes are needed to cast:

Member Spells

Below are the member spells in which Chaos runes are needed to cast:

Drop Locations

Trivia

  • The most chaos runes required for a spell are 4, for the ice, blood, shadow, smoke and Miasmic Burst spells.
  • Chaos runes are used less often then their counterparts law runes, because they are usually used in medium combat spells. None of the most powerful combat spells use them. Law runes, on the other hand, are used in teleportation.
  • When you click on a Chaos Rune, as if to use it on something, the "face" on the rune seems to be slightly smaller than normal.
  • The value of 1 Chaos rune in Investment Credits in Mobilizing Armies is 43 Investment Credits.

Store locations

This item can also be bought or sold at:

See also

References


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

"Chaos take your mission!"
Darth Vader, to Raymus Antilles
The spirit of Marka Ragnos.

Chaos, referred to as Hell in Corellian mythology and also known as the void,[1] was the region of the Netherworld of the Force inhabited by the spirits of deceased Dark Lords of the Sith[2][3] and presumably other Dark Side Adepts, and possibly by the spirits of all evil sentient beings who had died. The Naboo believed in a place they called Chaos as well, which they envisioned as a dark pit kept closed by seven gates.

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History

"Then I'll see you in hell!"
―Han Solo

The Dark Underlord was said to have been summoned from the realm of Chaos by a Sith acolyte during the New Sith Wars. Palpatine's soul fell into this realm following his final death, where he would be a wandering, disembodied spirit residing in perpetual madness.[4] Marka Ragnos's spirit was summoned from Chaos by Tavion Axmis and the Disciples of Ragnos, though Ragnos was summarily defeated and returned to the netherworld by Jaden Korr.[5]

"Chaos take me" was also sometimes used as a mild expletive, when the speaker decided to do something they knew was not very wise.[6] Saying "Go to Hell" or "See you in Hell"[7] were similarly used as expletives meant to insult or threaten whoever the speaker was saying them to. Another use was in the phrase, "There will be Hell to pay."[8]

Beings destined for hell were considered "damned."[9]

Don-Wan Kihotay used the term hell-spawned to refer to demonic things like the Behemoth from the World Below's fin bolts.[10]

Behind the scenes

Before being identified as Chaos, fans often referred to it as Dark Side Hell.

In Traitor, Jacen Solo asks where in the Nine Corellian Hells he is. This is a clear reference to Dante's Inferno, with its nine levels of Hell. Also, the Naboo thinking of a dark pit with seven gates could make an indirect reference to Tartarus in Greek Mythology.

Appearances

  • Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising
  • Tales of the Jedi audio (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars: Bounty Hunter (as part of a ship's name, and mentioned as a place of afterlife)
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Rookies" (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • The Clone Wars: Act on Instinct ("Nine Corellian Hells" used as a location)
  • Shatterpoint (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith novelization (Mentioned only) (as "Hell")
  • Imperial Commando: 501st (as "Corellia's Nine Hells", used as expletive)
  • The Paradise Snare (Mentioned only)
  • Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu (Mentioned only) (as "Chaos," used as expletive)
  • Star Wars: Empire at War (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope novelization (First mentioned) (as "Chaos," used as expletive; and as "Hell")
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (Mentioned only) (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope junior novelization (Mentioned only) (as "hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars 1 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars 6: Is This the Final Chapter? (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars 9: Showdown on a Wasteland World (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars 10: Behemoth from the World Below (Mentioned only)
  • Allegiance (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars Empire: In the Shadows of Their Fathers (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (Mentioned only) (as "Hell", used as location)
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back junior novelization (Mentioned only) (as "hell", used as location)
  • Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars 53: The Last Gift From Alderaan (Mentioned only)
  • Blind Fury!
  • The Courtship of Princess Leia (Mentioned only) (as "Hell")
  • Heir to the Empire (Mentioned only) (as "Hell")
  • Dark Force Rising (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Agents of Chaos I: Hero's Trial (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Traitor ("Nine Corellian Hells" used as a location)
  • Betrayal (as "Hell", used as expletive)
  • Millennium Falcon (as "Hell" and "Heck", used as expletive)
  • Star Wars Legacy 19: Claws of the Dragon, Part 6 (as "Hell", used as expletive)

Sources

Notes and references

  1. Dark Empire Sourcebook
  2. The Essential Guide to Characters
  3. Evil Never Dies: The Sith Dynasties
  4. Empire's End
  5. Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
  6. Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu
  7. Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  8. Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  9. Star Wars 6: Is This the Final Chapter?
  10. Star Wars 10: Behemoth from the World Below

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Chaos (episode) article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the Generation One cartoon episode. For the alien monster of the title, see Chaos (alien).
Kup discovers a very distant cousin (twice removed) of that big green, fire-snortin' lizard.

A discovery on Goo forces Kup to face a demon from his past.


Japanese title: "Death Crystal"

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Detailed synopsis

Near Goo, a Skuxxoid is using a bazooka to fire strange crystals at random pieces of junk. However, Blast Off spots him and they start firing at each other. Cornering the Skuxxoid on Goo, Blast Off demands to know what he was being shot with. The Skuxxoid shows him the crystals, which he says are hard to find, but he knows where the planet is.

On Cybertron, Kup is telling a story about one of his encounters with an Ick-Yak to Blurr, Wheelie, and Grimlock. An Ick-Yak had cornered Kup on Dredd, but Kup managed to trick it into walking into the quickmud. Grimlock says he heard that a monster named Chaos lived on Dredd, and asks Kup if that's true. Kup freaks out and tells Grimlock to never speak of Chaos again. However, Wreck-Gar contacts Cybertron, telling them of a discovery he made. Using Sky Lynx, the Autobots go to investigate. On Goo, they discover that a destroyed Earth Defense Command station. Grimlock is shocked, as the station was made of the strongest metal in the galaxy. Kup, however, recognizes what did it: death crystals. The Autobots ask what death crystals are, but Kup is hesitant. At that moment, Blast Off appears with Runamuck riding on him, firing death crystals. Escaping on Sky Lynx, the two Transformer shuttles play a game of cat and mouse, until Runamuck destroys a comet, allowing Sky Lynx to escape.

After escaping, the Autobots demand answers. Kup explains that one hundred thousand years ago, when he was on Dredd, he was captured by Orbs, a slaver race that was on Dredd, and forced to work in the death crystal mines. Kup managed to sneak away from his work detail, heading into the caves, where he found a group of imprisoned robots. As he was preparing to free them, Chaos appeared. Kup was so frightened that he fled, leaving the robots behind. He's never forgiven himself for leaving those other robots behind, and now the Decepticons know about the death crystals. The Autobots resolve to stop the Decepticons before disaster should strike.

On Dredd, it turns out that Galvatron is not content to merely use them as ammunition—he's building a cannon that will fire death crystals at Cybertron, destroying the planet with one shot. Landing away from the Decepticon camp, Kup takes Blurr to do some recon. During their search, the Predacons arrive, with Razorclaw and Rampage taking on Kup, with the others knocking Blurr into the quickmud (which has the benefit of shutting him up). Grimlock, Wheelie, and Wreck-Gar head to help, while Sky Lynx separates. Heading for the two Autobots, Grimlock mauls Razorclaw as Wheelie and Wreck-Gar fire, while Sky Lynx rescues Blurr from the mud. As the Predacons retreat to inform Galvatron, Sky Lynx follows to further investigate.

Heading for the camp, the other Autobots arrive to attack the Decepticons, and the Predacons form Predaking, managing to get a luck shot on Sky Lynx. Kup is trapped in the mines due to a random shot, and immediately goes to find Chaos. Finding imprisoned robots, he frees them, just as Chaos arrives. The beast has death crystals imbedded into his skin, but Kup has a plan. Using another opening in the volcano, Kup leads the robots to freedom, and uses Galvatron's death crystal cannon on Chaose, which also causes the volcano to erupt. Sky Lynx manages to rescue the Autobots, who flee into space. Sky Lynx has been injured, but Kup is sure that he'll be okay. It actually reminds him of the time he was riding the shuttle Jonagar and was trapped in a space whale. As the other Autobots bemoan another tale, Grimlock commands them to be quiet, as he loves Kup's war stories.

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Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Autobots Decepticons Humans Others
Regulars

Guests

Notable quotes

"This could be the galaxy busting case I've been waiting to sink my teeth into."

Kup, thinking he's Nightbeat.

Notes

  • References

Animation and/or technical glitches

  • When Kup frees the imprisoned robots, one of them, round in shape, keeps appearing and disappearing between frames.

Continuity errors

  • Wasn't Goo destroyed in a previous episode?
  • Kup says that no robot has ever seen Chaos and lived, then goes on to tell how he saw Chaos...and lived.

Real-world references

  • The story of Jonagar and the space whale is a reference to the Biblical story of Jonah and the Whale

Transformers references

  • References

Trivia

  • This episode would be the last time Casey Kasem would ever voice a character in Transformers.
  • This is the second time that Kup would narrate his encounter of an Ick-Yak. He first mentions about it in the Movie.
Thanks for helping me... pull myself together.

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Chaos
Appears in (sets)

Invasion of Chaos

Appears in (Anime)

Chaos is generally used generally to describe monsters that use the Attributes LIGHT and DARK, with a goal of removing monsters from play.

"Chaos" can trace its origins back to "Invasion of Chaos", where the main cards of this genre were "Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End", "Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning", and "Chaos Sorcerer".

"Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End" was the first of this trio to be sent to the Forbidden list, in September 2004. This card helped form a deadly Deck by using "Sangan" or "Witch of the Black Forest" with its effect to bring "Yata-Garasu" into your hand, with a view to summon, attack, and force your opponent into a Lockdown, leaving them with no cards in their hand, and leaving them unable to draw additional cards.

Chaos still continued to dominate the Metagame for the next 12 months. 2005 saw a Chaos Phoenix Deck, using "Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning" and "Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys" in infinite majesty, win the 2005 World Championship, and it was perhaps this most of all, that showed people that "Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning", even if Limited to 1, was still too powerful to be allowed to be played in Advanced Format. In September 2005, "Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning" was sent to the Forbidden list.

The next 12 months saw the emergence of the strongest Chaos metagame since "Invasion of Chaos". This style of Chaos revolved around "Chaos Sorcerer", still Unlimited, combined with the flexibility and power of the Monarchs. "Chaos Sorcerer" was eventually sent to the Forbidden list in September 2006.

The Chaos ideal was left untouched until the release of "Force of the Breaker", where the Chaos era was reborn with the "Sky Scourges", two monsters whose effects were based on "Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End" and "Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning", with a third that was able to "choose" between the effects of "Jinzo" or "Spell Canceller". Neither of the new Chaos replacements made much of an impact, and have long since been condemned to the unused Card Pool, on account of their Summoning Conditions typically being unworkable and situational. More recently though a deck based around "Sky Scourge Norleras" has been seeing more play after it topped a recent regional (september).

Chaos had seen somewhat of a return, with the Limiting of "Chaos Sorcerer" in the OCG's March 2009 Lists, and possibly allow Chaos to revolve around "Dark Armed Dragon" and "Judgment Dragon". Chaos has now seen a larger return with the Semi-Limiting of "Chaos Sorcerer" in the OCG's September 2009 Lists.

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YCM

Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

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