Yu-Gi-Oh! AGX: Abridged Generation X
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Creator

Sephirex

Originally Premiered

Nov 30, 2006 - Ongoing

Episodes

37

Link

Youtube Playlist

Yu-Gi-Oh! AGX: Abridged Generation X is an Abridged Series created by Sephirex. It's the first Abridged Series to be based on Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.

History[edit | edit source]

Sephirex was inspired by Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series and Naruto Abridged. After seeing people starting to make their own Abridged Series, he soon created Yu-Gi-Oh! AGX: Abridged Generation X on November 30, 2006 when he was 14 years old. While originally intended to be a One-Shot, it would soon after become a proper series that is still ongoing. The latest episode is Episode 29, airing on October 3, 2016.

On November 30, 2016, a Redux of AGX's First Episode was developed to celebrate the series' 10th Anniversary.

Cast[edit | edit source]

Sephirex voices all of the series' major characters. However, he sometimes features guest stars for minor characters, such as Azurada23, Gamebuddy, Siliva, Annillater009, CanisSkye, Nowacking, PhantomSavage, Chicknwings and many others.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

"It's Time to CHEAT!" ~ Jaden Yuki's catchphrase

"That was a terrifwying wet dweam!" ~ Syrus Trusdale

"This looks like a job for... THE UNDERCOVER EMO!" ~ Chazz Princeton

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Sephirex has stated he called the series Yu-Gi-Oh! AGX: Abridged Generation X because it was intended to be a one-shot, not a series. He then settled on the AGX name.
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! AGX is the first and longest running Abridged Series based on Yu-Gi-Oh! GX. It also currently has the most amount of episodes and has covered the most episodes of its source material out of all other Abridged series based on Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.
  • The AGX Version of Jaden Yuki makes an appearance in Yu-Gi-Oh!: Trading Back To The Past For Salvation Cards, voiced by Sephirex. The Abridged Movie was developed in 2011 by Sephirex and Azurada23.
  • Sephirex has stated that, at the time he created AGX, he originally planned to make an abridged video of Beyblade. However, he settled on parodying Yu-Gi-Oh! GX since he happened to have footage of the first episode available.
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