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Fallen Hero
Series: Enterprise
Story by: Rick Berman, Brannon Braga, and Chris Black
Teleplay by: Alan Cross
Directed by: Patrick Norris
Production information
Episode no.: 1x23
Production no.: 023
First aired: 8 May 2002
Date: 2152



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published order
Previous episode:
Vox Sola
Enterprise episode produced Next episode:
Desert Crossing
Previous episode:
Vox Sola
Enterprise episode aired Next episode:
Desert Crossing
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Vox Sola
Pocket Next Adventure:
Desert Crossing

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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

Fallen Hero Dark Athena, Fallen Hero Dark Erminguard and Fallen Hero Dark Valerie in Fallen Fusion's artwork.

The Fallen Heroes are corrupted versions of the Fancy Heroes, all being DARK Fiend-Type monsters.

Interestingly, they share similarities with the Earthbound Immortals. They require a Field Spell Card to be active in order to remain on the field, specifically "Fallen City". Also, due to their effects, there cannot be more than 1 face-up Fallen Heroes on the field with the same name. The similarities are seen again in Fallen Hero Dark Valerie's effect, which prevents it being attacked while it can attack directly. This leads to the theory that the same darkness that created the Earthbound Immortals also corrupted the Hero archetypes, forming their darker counterparts.

Like the Fancy Heroes, the Fallen Heroes have "Aurelius" forms, who represent an atonement or rebirth for the dark monsters.

A Deck focussed on the Fallen Heroes will follow a similar set-up to an Evil Hero Deck, since like the Evil Heroes, support cards for the Fallen Heroes are few and far between. However, their effects and power more than makes up that weakness. One weakness the Fallen Heroes will find difficult to shield is Fallen City. If that is removed, all Fallen Heroes are destroyed instantly, leaving your field wide open.


The Fallen Heroes appear in the YuGiOh DQ manga, used by the main protagonist Yumi after her apparent defeat and death by the Gothica Hero user Carmen Carmine.

Consumed by darkness at the fear of her own demise, Yumi's heart opened itself to the Phantom Eye, a malevolent gem she wore and transformed herself into Dark Yumi, and her Fancy Hero cards into the Fallen Heroes. Unlike Judai from YuGiOh GX, who was forcefully released from the dark power controlling him, Yumi suffers from a dichotomy during a Phantom Duel.

After her loss to Carmen Carmine, Yumi lost her will to Duel, while her evil side Duels with Yumi's love ones. Then a light appeared before Yumi and then she met Fancy Hero Micro Kosmos and helped her to get back her will to Duel and defeat Dark Yumi through Fancy Hero Kosmos. Yumi has gain control her "Phantom" powers and her Fallen Heroes became their Aurelius forms.

Fallen Hero
Fallen Hero Dark Aquamarie - Fallen Hero Dark Athena - Fallen Hero Dark Blair - Fallen Hero Debrah - Fallen Hero Dark Erminguard - Fallen Hero Dark Freya - Fallen Hero Dark Hanna - Fallen Hero Lilith - Fallen Hero Dark Lucie - Fallen Hero Dark Statica

Fusion Monsters

Fallen Hero Dark Kitana - Fallen Hero Dark Nova - Fallen Hero Dark Stella - Fallen Hero Dark Valerie - Fallen Hero Malice

Support Cards

Fallen City - Fallen Fusion - Nightmare's Calling - Fallen Hero Lilith - Fallen Hero Debrah

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