The Story Behind Warrior of Zera | Yu-Gi-Oh! Lore

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This is the story of Zera, all alternate endings included.
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33 comments

  1. Joel Owens 29 June, 2020 at 19:42 Reply

    Already commented but I had to add this: during Easter, I looked back at Matthew 13 and the Parable of the Sower told by Jesus (which Zera's timelines translate from), and in addition to the seed parallel, there's an even deeper connection from what I can tell, gunsblazing (my own personal conclusion):

    Zera becoming "Zera the Mant" represents the seed that was not planted properly and devoured by the birds with ease; Zera allows temptation too quickly from one fiend, resulting in his demise.

    MaZera Deville represents the seed choked by the thorns; Zera being tempted not just by one – but the entirety that is the Archfiends of Pandemonium. The entire environment corrupts him.

    Archlord/Darklord Zerato represents that seed planted on rock; though the seed was able to grow successfully for a while, without a proper foundation, it withered. Though Zera achieved his Archlord dream, it was his lust for power that withered away his soul til he became the Darklord

    And lastly, and obviously Angel of Zera, successfully planted on a foundation of principle; he became what he was meant to be and more.

    I had to reread that section of Matthew for myself, but definitely the way you told the stories of Zera, it matches perfect with how the other seeds failed and how Zera fell from grace at times.

  2. Arthur Moreira 29 June, 2020 at 19:42 Reply

    honestly im impressed by how well made this video was, i dont usually like videos but you really deserve it man, so there you have it

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