Their effects and stats follow: You forgot about Blue-Eyes Tyrant Dragon or he doesn't count. Ironheart summoned them to the human world, to help him defeat Dartz, who was trying to wipe out the population of Atlantis and the world and start fresh. wiki Help support Yugipedia by using our Chrome extension, which redirects links to the old Wikia/Fandom site to Yugipedia, ensuring you see the most up-to-date information. Seto Kaiba was chosen as a Legendary Duelist to wield Critias. However, Dartz weakened the knights by turning them into dragons. He also was an associate of Socrates, a fact that did not endear Socrates to the Athenian public. Socrates spends the rest of the dialogue challenging this definition as vague and meaningless.[7]. Ironheart summoned them to the human world, to help him defeat Dartz, who was trying to wipe out the population of Atlantis and start fresh. Yu-Gi-Oh! Critias In addition, eight shorter quotations from unidentified plays have come down to us. Critias (/ ˈ k r ɪ t i ə s /; Greek: Κριτίας, Kritias; c. 460 – 403 BC) was an ancient Athenian political figure and author. "Tyrant Burst Dragon" further combined with "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" into "Blue-Eyes Tyrant Dragon". So, this is what I just randomly clicked on when browsing the internet for deck ideas. Critias was once a student of Socrates. Anime debut Four counting itself. Community content is available under. Some, like Sextus Empiricus, believe that Critias wrote the Sisyphus fragment; others, however, attribute it to Euripides. Dropidas's son, also named Critias, was the grandfather and namesake of the author Critias.[1]. They are Spell Cards that can combine with other cards. First I have heard of it. They are Spell Cards that can combine with other cards. The card, "Fang of Critias", along with its counterparts "Eye of Timaeus" and "Claw of Hermos" are unlike other cards. Together with Timaeus and Hermos, Yugi was able to defeat Dartz's "Divine Serpent Geh" and win the Duel. Most historians attribute the quotation to the character of Sisyphus in a play by Euripides. Crush Card is still a very powerful card that utterly destroys the current meta (Nekroz and Qlis die to it). How do we know what this thing does? Please refer to this page for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Critias has a Duel Monsters card form. A: that's a mock-up based on the existing text we have for Timaeus and the reconstructed anime version. They have their own set of rules and are color coded blue. And I thought konami couldn't get any dumber. Critias can combine with Trap Cards to form Monster Cards. Anime appearances Just looked it up on PercyPro, where it still is a thing. My standing theory is that OCG Critias will work like NEX, with the Dragons havinghe same name condition and no Materials, and Critias sending a Normal Trap for cost. Critias, like other legendary knights, is named after one of Plato's dialogues, which are the source of many of the rumors pertaining to Atlantis. 1900/2100 actually. Critias's fusions are Mirror Force Dragon, Doom Virus Dragon, and Tyrant Burst Dragon. Hermos fused with monsters to make Psuedo-Union Fusion Monsters. ::Fang of Critias:: ::God Card:: Obelisk the Tormentor (4000/4000) Effect:: You must Tribute 3 monsters to Normal Summon this card (you canno In his dragon form, Critias is a dark shade of blue. That's Admiral Jordahl to you. Kaiba then saw that he was chosen to release Critias from his 10,000 year long slumber. Did it say in the anime or what? Well, it'll make more sense flavour wise if you would just limit it to Trap Cards. [6], In the Charmides, Plato implies that Critias' philosophy was that temperance was the art of "doing our own business." He's not a Critias Fusion, he's a contact fusion of Blue-Eyes and a Critias Fusion. Turns out I was wrong. You're already using Crush Card if you Summon Doom Virus.