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These are my forgotten idk why i call them the forgotten anyways here they are (I do not claim ownership of ANY art used here all credit goes to the people who made the artwork)

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Spells and Traps




[spoiler=The Story of Eliko] All credit goes to Max Darkness THANKS DUDE Chronos, an ancient and glorious society, forged from a single powerful city. It boasted control of arcane magic and forces no other kingdom could even comprehend. However, its past had been lost to the ravages of time, a mystery to all but an enlightened few.

The legends tell of a golden age of great expansion and a mythical city known as Arcan. This brilliant time was ended by the arrival of an unseen evil. The ruler of the time was able to defeat and seal this great evil, but at the cost of his life and city. Chronos was built in the ruins of Arcan, and time moved on.

And at the centre of this great state, ruled one man; Eliko. A just and fair king, he ruled with great skill over the warriors and citizens of his cities. He had been destined for greatness from the beginning of his life. Ever since a valiant rescue of his life-long friend Kerrin, his bravery had been noted.

At his side, was Erika, a brilliant and cunning woman; and Empress of the kingdom. And his court, made of the greatest scholars and magicians available. They were Kerrin, a brilliant warrior-mage; Akire, a young woman with the ability to negate other’s magic; and Reia, a woman who could sacrifice her own strength to empower others. Not to say that Eliko was free from sin. He held a secret so deep within him, it would eventually destroy him.

All was well in the kingdom, until the day a great darkness swept down upon the grand city. No-one saw it coming, so good was its disguise. The day proceeded as naturally as the one before it, but people noticed that the night drew in quicker and blacker than it had done before. On that particular night, Eliko was with his lover, Ilukia; somewhere in the palace.

The guards saw it before the couple did. A sneaking shadow, crawling along the walls and infiltrating the defences unhindered. When it caught someone or something, it transformed them into beings of darkness, the shadows in their souls creating their new forms. It sought its way to the royal chamber, seemingly driven by ungodly forces.

Inside the palace, Akire sensed the impending danger before the others. She informed Erika, Kerrin and Reia; and they rushed to find the king, but were stopped by their own security, now possessed by the darkness within their hearts. Kerrin forced his way through and raced to the royal chamber. When he reached it, his heart sank. The darkness had enveloped the entire area, and he knew his magical skills, powerful as they were, would not be enough to break through.

By this time, Eliko, with minor perception himself, had realised something was wrong. Ilukia was ignorant of the danger and did not see the threads of shadows crawling towards her and binding her. A quiet cry was all Eliko heard as his lover disappeared into the shadows. He looked round and a different person was in her place. A young woman, who spewed dark energies into the room, evidently possessed by her own darkness.

When this mysterious girl spoke, it was not with her own voice. It was that of a confident and somewhat arrogant male; using her as a puppet to convey his message. Eliko demanded that he release Ilukia, but the darkness refused. Instead, he spoke of a challenge; a rite of passage that the immortals insisted Eliko take. If the king succeeded, his kingdom would be returned to him and his people would be saved. If however, he should fail, he would fall into the darkness like the rest and Chronos would disappear forever.

The voice told Eliko to head to his family’s ancient burial ground, on the outskirts of the city. With that, the shadows completely covered Ilukia and then dissipated into nothing. The king realised he would have no choice but to accept the challenge. As he left for the burial ground, Kerrin and Akire demanded on escorting him to the site, as it was imperative that the king reach his destination.

They travelled quickly, avoiding the shuffling hoards in the city, before looking upon the burial ground. And there, standing atop Eliko’s father’s grave, was a mysterious young woman, who was completely silent. The trio advanced on her, and she turned her head, but did nothing. The group attempted to walk past, but the being drew her sword and turned to attack. Eliko and Kerrin did the same, and Akire prepared to use her magic.

The woman jumped and suddenly spread her wings, taking to the sky. She looked like an angel, yet her wings were as black as shadows. She swooped and the battle began. She appeared to have the upper hand; she easily stopped Kerrin and was able to equal Eliko’s strength. As Eliko held her back, Akire went over to Kerrin and proposed they unleash the full brunt of the powers.

Kerrin agreed and the two spellcasters fused to form Kerrikiala, a being of immense sorcery. This new creature easily downed the enigmatic woman and the trio continued. Behind them, a small black creature appeared as the fallen angel awoke. It spoke a single word; pathetic. With that, a dark sphere burst out from it and engulfed the angel, destroying her.

In the graves of former kings, Eliko reached the end of the final room. At the end was a door, whose symbols were glowing with ancient energy. Akire and Kerrin knew that from here, Eliko had to proceed alone. He bid them farewell and opened the door. Behind the doorway lay a swirling vortex of darkness. Eliko braced himself and jumped in.

He awoke in a hall that seemed to resemble a cathedral. As he came to, he noticed his appearance had changed. His armour had become almost evil in its form. In front of him, the same black creature came out from the shadows.

“Welcome mortal, to the ultimate test.” Its voice was identical to the one that spoke through Ilukia.

“Who are you, and where is Ilukia?”

“Simple questions from a simple being. I had really hoped for something more impressive. For you see, the stakes are much higher than you could possibly understand. This is a challenges devised by the gods themselves to see if you are worthy of your throne.” The creature spoke in an arrogant tone.

“Very well, but how do you and Ilukia fit in?”

“Ah, advanced logic! There may be hope for you yet!” the creature continued in the same aloof tone; “I am merely an emissary for the immortals, and your lover is simply bait. She was very easy to corrupt, so much darkness in her heart...”

“Okay, I understand-“ Eliko started.

“But you don’t do you?” The creature interrupted; “You haven’t the faintest clue as to where you are or what you have to do. It’s pitiful.”

“That’s where you’re wrong, creature” Eliko replied. “My father told me of this place. It is Arcan, the ancient city buried underneath Chronos; left to ghosts and spirits. And my guess is that I have to defeat you.”

“We’ll see. This place is very different to the one you left behind fool.” With that, the creature vanished, and the hall opened up. Eliko looked across the floor and saw several figures, all circling one central being.

“Welcome, king; I am Blakoth. And this is your first test.”

“And what form of test is this?”

“A challenge to see if you have a fear of death. Let us begin.”

With that, the being commanded several of the creatures towards Eliko. When they drew close, Eliko saw they were the same creatures of darkness that had appeared in Chronos. Animals controlled by the darkness within them. He slew all of them with ease, since they were mindless and lacked cunning. Eliko advanced on Blakoth, but swung round when he heard the demonic cries of the possessed beasts. He cut them down as before, but again they rose up.

“Don’t you understand king? As long as you fear death at these creatures’ teeth, they cannot die, since they feed on that fear.” called Blakoth.

“So, if I accept death, they will die.” Eliko replied.

“That is not your only option. You can accept death and win. However, you can also reject death and win. You can let the darkness within you give you strength and you can overpower these constructs. Your destinies have already started diverging. Choose!”

Eliko slew another beast and saw a dark aura forming around his sword. He realised that if he continued to kill these creatures, his anger and fear would consume him from the inside. As one of the serpents rose up and lunged, Eliko threw down his sword. At the same instant, all the beasts collapsed into dust. Eliko looked down and was relieved to see the dark aura receding into him.

Blakoth turned to face Eliko.

“Well done. You controlled your anger and accepted imminent death. So many have fallen at this first hurdle. I wish to see how you cope with the following conflicts.”


“No only those with opponents; but those with your heart, mind and spirit. Sometimes you must fall into the darkness to resist it. Go on and be strong.”

Eliko proceeded through the doors at the end of the hall and entered the next chamber. It was identical to the first. In the centre sat the strange, fox-like being that had conversed with him before.

“An easy test, but you succeeded.” It still spoke in an arrogant tone.

“Come on, fight me you coward!”

“You’ll regret those words very soon mortal. I am many things and many beings. You cannot hope to defeat me.”

“I hope and I will!” shouted Eliko, swinging his sword down on the kitsune. However, it melted into the shadows and blade clashed onto the stone floor.

“You see, you struggle against me even now. It is almost laughable. If I had a sense of humour that is...” With that, the creature opened its mouth, formed a shadowy sphere in front of it and launched it at Eliko. He jumped clear, but the sphere did considerable damage to the floor, and it would probably do similar damage to him. As Eliko tried to fight off the fox, it continued to evade his sword and attack with occult energies.

Back in the burial chamber, Kerrin and Akire noticed a change. A statue of a dragon carved into the rock began to glow and fall apart. Eventually, the rock fell away and the Chronos Dragon breathed slowly. It paid no attention to the two wizards and flew straight into the dark void.

Meanwhile, Eliko was tiring. He had not landed a single blow on the creature and it was growing in strength. An attack from it caught his leg and knocked him to the ground. As he looked up, the creature hovered above him.

“Ha! And here I was thinking you had potential. Looks like you let me down, like all those before you...”

The creature charged up a final shot, before being interrupted by a bellowing roar. The Chronos Dragon burst through the wall of the construction and fired a blast of energy at the creature, which was engulfed in the shockwave. As it slammed into the far wall; Eliko looked at his savoir. It was the legendary dragon that had saved Chronos before and was written in legend as the protector of the Chronan kings.

The beast picked itself up and muttered to itself angrily.

“Don’t get too confident, this is not the last time you’ll see me...” it spoke before disappearing into the shadows once again. At this, the walls opened to the next chamber; again it was identical.

“Nice of you to join me, your Majesty” a voice called out. Eliko looked up and saw a soldier drop down from a great height, before performing multiple acrobatic moves and landing perfectly.

“As you can see Eliko, I value agility as much as brute strength. It is required that you defeat me in battle in order to proceed.”

“Very well.”

“Feel free to use your dragon friend. I don’t think he’ll be much help though.”

“Who are you?”

“I am Klikiyo, an ancient spirit of a warrior. I died of old age, and so I am yet to be defeated. It is up to you to end my winning streak.”

Eliko charged and swung down on Klikiyo, but he simply jumped out of harm’s way. Eliko called to the Chronos Dragon, who let out a flare of dark flames in Klikiyo’s direction, but somehow the warrior managed to avoid the attack.

“You see, my king. I did not win my battles because I had the greatest strength, the best weapons, or the strongest allies; but because I myself was unbeatable. I cannot lose!”

“Every soldier has a weakness. I just have to find yours.”

“People spent a lifetime trying to find a weakness in my style, and they failed. How can you hope to do so in a few moments?”

Eliko called out to the Chronos Dragon, and commanded it to start firing blasts of flame in all directions, without care for accuracy. Klikiyo seemed puzzled by this slightly bizarre approach, but took the opportunity to dive forward and attack Eliko. Eliko parried and tried to counter-attack, but the spirit was too fast and simply leapt away.

It was at this point that Eliko’s strategy began to come together. As the hall began to collapse, the falling debris limited Klikiyo’s movement and this allowed the Chronos Dragon to hit him once with an attack. Evidently wounded, he lunged forward to finish Eliko, and his sword hit his mark. However, as he tried to move back, a series of pillars collapsed and blocked his escape. As he turned to find a route out, the last thing he saw was Eliko’s sword being forced through his chest.

As the ancient warrior fell to the ground, the door opened to the next room. Eliko walked through and felt a familiar presence. In front of him was a terrifying horse-dragon cross, and beside it, was Ilukia, albeit possessed.

“Welcome to round two my king.” The horse demon spoke with the same voice as the demonic fox. “I thought it might be nice if your partner would watch your demise and slow death.”

“You are pathetic. You are no emissary. You are the evil written in legend that tried to destroy our world, but my ancestor sealed you away.”

“Did you work that out all by yourself? I might be impressed, if I didn’t hold you in contempt. Anyway, it is all for nought. Your adventure stops here.” And with that, the horse-dragon flexed its wings and flew up to challenge the Chronos Dragon. The two beasts fought in the air for a short while, but the dragon was no match for the demon. The demon then landed and swept Eliko off his feet and held him to the ground.

“This is payment for humiliating me and for sealing me away all those years ago.” I growled as it charged up an occult attack.

It never got the chance to launch the strike, as the Chronos Dragon rammed into it and knocked it down.

“Foolish creature. Your power is nothing compared to me. I am fuelled by the darkness in thousands of souls. You draw your power from the energy in one man.”

“Maybe. But this one man has the hearts of his people. If I concentrate we can match and surpass your power!”

“Wishful thinking I’m afraid. Prepare to die.” The creature spoke as it charged another attack and launched a hate-filled pulse of dark energies.

Eliko closed his eyes and thought of all those he knew and all those who knew him and the power grew. As it did, a radiant light shone out from him and the Chronos Dragon, ripping the ungodly beam and throwing the demon horse to the ground.

“I...have...one...more form....that you...shall see... We’ll met...again...and soon.” The creature gasped as it faded into the shadows. With that, the passage opened up and Eliko walked into the final chamber. In the centre stood Ilukia and a shadow-covered man, waiting for him.

“This is the form that you have yet to see Eliko. My final, most powerful form. We shall battle. But first, there is the matter of this wench.” He said as he pointed to Ilukia.

“Release her! You said it yourself; she was just bait. She serves no more purpose for you! Return her to me!”

“You’re right king; she does serve no further purpose. Perhaps I should use her body as my vessel of regeneration... I would have preferred yours, but your mind will resist me...hers won’t.”

“Stop! Release her and I’ll offer my body in her place. I care for her too much to watch this.”

“Very well. Her mind wasn’t very impressive to start with.” With that, the darkness left Ilukia’s body and she collapsed face-down on the floor. The man advanced on Eliko, with a dark grin on his face.

“Now, this should be easy. You are tired, and I am strong. Your body will be a useful host to guarantee my ascension of your throne and the conquest of this world by darkness.”

It was at this point the man dissolved into a black mass and entered Eliko, knocking him down. The pain caused the king to writhe horribly as his soul was consumed. As Eliko convulsed, Ilukia came round and saw her lover in terrible pain.

She crawled to his side and looked down onto him. He opened his eyes and their eyes locked. Through the spasms, Eliko was able to explain what he had done for her. Ilukia, on hearing this, felt great guilt and shame in what she had done and what she had caused.

She reached out to Eliko’s heart and they shared a glorious moment. The light created by this forced the Arcane Evil out of Eliko and back into its final form.

“So, you won’t submit willingly? So be it. I’ll take your body by force. You have no idea of my power. My other two forms are fractions of my strength. As you will see.” Upon saying this, the Arcane Evil formed a sphere of pure darkness and launched it at Eliko. The resulting shockwave threw him backwards into the wall, wounding him severely.

The Chronos Dragon attacked with its flames, but the Arcane Evil simply deflected them, unharmed. He then called upon the possessed monsters under his command. Hundreds of mindless beasts rose up and threatened to consume both Eliko and his dragon.

However, Eliko climbed on the Chronos Dragon, which attacked from the air, reducing most of the creatures to ash. The Arcane Evil seemed to find this amusing and simply levitated up to the pair’s level, before shooting them down to the floor with a single attack.

“How is this possible?!” asked Eliko. “How did my ancestor defeat you?”

“Why would I tell you that? It’s not as if you have the skills to perform such a stunt yourself.”

“Come down here and fight me like a man you coward!”

“You dare to question my nerve?! This should be enjoyable...” spat the Arcane Evil as he landed before walking up to Eliko, who swung his sword down on the creature of darkness. This time, instead of dodging the blow or retreating to the shadows, the Arcane Evil simply held out his hand and stopped the blade dead. He then forced it from Eliko’s grip and threw it into a precipice nearby.

A single blow from the Arcane Evil was enough to send Eliko to the ground.

“This really is tragic. Your ancestor was a good opponent. You just collapse without effort. Oh well.”

A few more blows from the ancient evil resulted in Eliko collapsing in a heap at the monster’s feet. The creature of darkness picked the king up by the neck with a single hand and looked into his eyes, searching his soul for any remaining strength. He sneered when he saw Eliko’s life-force draining steadily. He tossed the near-lifeless mortal away and turned his attention to the Chronos Dragon. The beast was slowly running out of strength and the Arcane Evil could sense it.

He used his telekinesis to throw the dragon around the hall before forcing it into the ground. Eliko knew that he had to do what his friends had done earlier; fuse with his ally. And to save Ilukia. As the Arcane Evil prepared to finish the dragon off, Eliko threw himself in front of the blast. The attack never hit him.

Instead, a glorious golden light emanated from the pair as they fused together. Together, they formed the Forgotten Master Dragon.

“How?! Only your ancestor had that sort of power. You were on the verge of dying, how did you gain the ability to fuse?”

“I drew my power from someone dear to my heart. Someone who will not let me down and who will never desert me. Something that you couldn’t comprehend. Now, prepare to feel the full force of my power.”

The Master Dragon swooped down and launched an attack, swallowing the Arcane Evil. As the flames died down, the evil was nowhere to be seen. However, Ilukia was, and she had been possessed again.

“You have a choice Eliko. Either strike down both myself and your precious Ilukia. Or offer your body instead. Think about it. If you save her, you shall return to your life, as a weak pathetic mortal. But if you accept me, you will gain power you thought impossible to be held. You will become immortal like me. You will be invincible!”

At that point, Eliko had two visions. Two different futures that could take place. In the first, he was re-united with Ilukia and he ruled a peaceful kingdom, devoid of evils. In the second, he embraced the darkness within him and ruled the entire world, as a tyrannical dictator, lacking emotion; being purely malevolent.


The Arcane Evil’s voice ended Eliko’s visions and he looked down. The dragon landed and he separated from it.

“Good choice Eliko.” Stated the being as it withdrew from Ilukia. He walked towards the warrior-king and began to dissolve once again. But before it could, Eliko drew a cursed knife and ran the ancient being through.

“How deceptive of you. You would have made a brilliant host. But you’ve wasted your chance. Go and live your mortal life in regret for what you could have become.”

“I never had any desire to become like you. You shouldn’t exist, and you are blight on our world. Now that I have defeated you, you shall disappear as you should.”

With that, the walls of the hall collapsed and the trio were returned to the burial ground. The Chronos Dragon returned to its resting place and the couple were re-united with Kerrin and Akire. Chronos was entering a new golden age.


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please do...and btw im sorry i didnt know that there were other forgotten cards


....(his forgotten dragon beats the crap out of mine)


Please check out the whole set here: Ancient Feud and read the back story. And if you have time' date=' check out the Malevolent as well.


[spoiler=OCG Fixes and Suggestions']

Forgotten Angel Matheria


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, once per turn, you can put 1 Forgotten Counter on this card. Once per turn, if this card is attacked, you can remove 2 Forgotten Counters from it. If you do, negate the attack and destroy the attacking monster.


I believe the last part of the effect is overpowered, so I'd reduce the effect to just preventing the attack, not destroying the other monster.


Forgotten Charmer Kerrin


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, all "Forgotten" monsters gain 300 ATK.


Forgotten Cleanser Blakoth


As long as this card remains in face-up Attack Position, once per turn, you can discard 2 cards from your hand to add 1 "Forgotten" monster from your Graveyard to your hand.


Forgotten Elegance Klikiyo


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, once per turn you can discard 1 card from your hand. If you do, increase this card's ATK by 300, until your End Phase. If you activate this effect, you must skip your Battle Phase this turn.


Forgotten Enchantress Akire


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, you can negate the effects of Spell Cards that designate "Forgotten" monsters.


Eliko The Lost One


Incredibly, you might have to turn this into an Effect Monster. That is because otherwise it will not count as a "Forgotten" monster, because it does not have 'Forgotten' in its name. So, if you want, change it to an Effect Monster with this effect:


This card is treated as a "Forgotten" monster.


Also, it's overpowered. 3400 ATK is much too high for a Lv.8. Either increase to Lv.9, or reduce the ATK to 2800.


Forgotten Lover Ilukia


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, all "Forgotten" monsters lose 100 ATK. As long as this card remains in the Graveyard, you can negate the effects of Spell Cards that designate "Forgotten Leader Eliko".


What you might want to do is increase the ATK drain, because negating Spell Cards is rather powerful. Possibly change the effect to this:


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, all "Forgotten" monsters lose 300 ATK, except "Eliko The Lost One" and "Forgotten Leader Eliko". As long as this card remains in the Graveyard, you can negate the effects of Spell Cards that designate "Eliko The Lost One" and "Forgotten Leader Eliko".


Forgotten Leader Eliko


Picture looks a bit dark/evil to be a LIGHT monster, do you not think?


This card cannot be Normal Summoned or Set. This card cannot be Special Summoned except by Tributing 1 "Eliko The Lost One". When this card destroys a monster by battle, Special Summon 1 "Forgotten" monster from your Graveyard, except "Eliko The Lost One". This card gains 500 ATK for each face-up "Forgotten" monster on your side of the field.


Reduce the original ATK of this card to 3000, and you might want to increase to Lv.11; otherwise it's possibly overpowered.


Chained Memories


Level restriction added to provide balance.


Discard 1 card from your hand and Special Summon 1 Level 6 or lower "Forgotten" monster from your Graveyard to activate this card. After activation, this card is treated as an Equip Spell Card. Equip to the summoned monster. If the equipped monster would be destroyed, destroy this card instead and halve the equipped monster's original ATK.


Drifting Memories


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, once per turn, you can add 1 Spell or Trap Card from your Deck to your hand. If you do, pay 300 Life Points.


Problem with this card is that only two of your Spells and Traps have the word 'Forgotten' in them. Either keep the original effect and change the names of the Spells and Traps; change the effect to the one above, or change the effect to the following:


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, once per turn, you can add 1 of "Chained Memories", "Drifting Memories", "Memories of The Forgotten", "Shattered Memories", "Spirit of the Lost and Forgotten" or "To Forget a God" from your Deck to your hand. If you do, pay 300 Life Points.


Memories of The Forgotten


Activate only when you control a face-up "Forgotten" monster on your side of the field. Gain an amount of Life Points equal to the number of "Forgotten" monsters on your side of the field x 500.


This is rather overpowered. Since you don't lose any monsters through this, reduce the gain to 200 or 250 LP.


Shattered Memories


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, once per turn, during your Standby Phase, put 1 Memory Counter on this card. Twice per turn, when your opponent activates a Spell or Trap Card, you can remove 1 Memory Counter from this card. If you do, negate the effect and destroy the card.


This is rather overpowered. You should probably add a cost (I've already added a use limit); perhaps a few hundred Life Points. For example:


As long as this card remains face-up on the field, once per turn, during your Standby Phase, put 1 Memory Counter on this card. Twice per turn, when your opponent activates a Spell or Trap Card, you can remove 1 Memory Counter from this card. If you do, negate the effect and destroy the card. During each of your End Phases, pay 400 Life Points. If you do not, this card is destroyed.


Spirit of the Lost and Forgotten


Pay 1000 Life Points. Add 1 "Eliko The Lost One" to your hand from your Deck or Graveyard.


To Forget a God


You could make this card less draining by having this effect.


Remove from play any number of "Forgotten" monsters in your Graveyard (Max. 5). Destroy an equal number of face-up non-"Forgotten" monsters on the field.


Forgotten Empress Erika


This card cannot be Normal Summoned or Set. This card cannot be Special Summoned except by Tributing 1 face-up "Forgotten Lover Ilukia" on your side of the field. As long as this card remains face-up on the field, your opponent cannot target Level 4 or lower "Forgotten" monsters.


Forgotten Dragon


When this card is Normal Summoned or Set successfully, add 1 "Eliko The Lost One" from your Graveyard to your hand.


Forgotten Charming Enchanter Kerrikaila


"Forgotten Charmer Kerrin" + "Forgotten Enchantress Akire"

When this card destroys a monster by battle, all "Forgotten" monsters gain 300 ATK, except this card, until your End Phase. This card cannot be destroyed by Spell Card effects.


Added ATK limit and turn limit to balance the second effect.


Forgotten Master Dragon


"Forgotten Dragon" + "Forgotten Leader Eliko"

You can negate the effect of Effect and Spell Cards that designate this card. As long as this card remains face-up on the field, all "Forgotten" monsters lose 800 ATK, except this card.





[spoiler=Further Thoughts]

Considering how many cards Special Summon or add "Eliko The Lost One"; I believe it has the potential to be the trump card of this set.

Give him a very powerful, devastating (yet balanced) effect and the whole set can revolve around it. At the moment, this set doesn't seem to lead to anything (except the two fusions). If you make "Eliko The Lost One" the centre card; one that can summon other "Forgotten" monsters, this set could be great.

You might even want to make a couple of other variants of 'Eliko', possibly a low-levelled Normal Monster, a Ritual version, or a Synchro re-trained version.

An interesting idea is one that would be similar to my "Forgotten Dragon". Have an Effect Monster, a Ritual Monster and Synchro Monster that all require "Eliko The Lost One" as Tribute or material; one showing him re-taking his throne "Forgotten Leader Eliko", one becoming ever-darker "Tortured Dictator Eliko", and one him becoming re-united with his lover (possibly turning her into a Tuner monster), "Benevolent King Eliko".

If you wish, you could turn this set into a chronology of Eliko's fall from grace, through a dark period of his life, before either becoming atoned or falling further into the darkness (with the Forgotten monsters at his side, although I'd love if you'd change the name to 'Arcane' or 'Chronos'.)





Keep working on these.

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