A few years back I wrote a bit of Yu-Gi-Oh fanfiction based in the GX era, centered on an OC named Yuri Asakura. In it, she ended the Duel by Ritual Summoning a creature called "Soul-Gorger Karagov."
Recently I've been dabbling in some ARC-V based fan-ness, and I decided there was no better way to get into that than to revamp the characters from that GX fic and bring them into the modern age. It's almost impossible to see here, but I've redone Yuri's look a fair bit; originally she had pink hair, but since I basically took that look and gave it to my avator, Willexia, I gave her a new, teal hairstyle.
I also revamped the cards I designed for her back then to match the modern era, mixing the old and the new in the form of the "Ritemaster's Servant" Ritual/Pendulum Monsters. The two Pendulum Monsters, "Ritemaster's Guardian - Valkyran Katern" (with the spear) and "Ritemaster's Guardian - Valkyran Aeth" (with the sword), were modeled off of Timegazer and Stargazer Magician: While they're out, they crank their Scale range from 4-4 all the way out to 0-9 (at the expense of only being able to Pendulum Summon "Ritemaster" monsters, and protect "Ritemaster" monsters from Spell and Trap effects during battle.
The focal point of this pic, though, is quite clearly the mildly-revamped "Ritemaster's Servant - Soul-Gorger Karagov," at last making a long-overdue appearance. He's still banishing stuff from the Graveyard, still roasting opponents with is "Soul-Burning Hellfire" attack...but now getting rid of him is a bit of an issue, because should he be destroyed, he'll simply go to the Extra Deck, ready for Aeth and Katern to open the Gates of the Underworld for his return.
Oh, and as for Yuri's other ace from that fic, "The Dark Ritemaster?" That's been revamped as a Pendulum Monster as well...and she still transforms into it, talents I've also passed on to her friend Natsumi. Note to self: Scan or take photos of notebook sketches of them in Ritemaster form.
All that BS I did in the GX-era fic just seems to fit infinitely better in the ARC-V era, what can I say?
Yu-Gi-Oh! (c) Kazuki Takahashi, Konami, et al
Yuri Asakura, Aeth, Katern, Karagov, et al (c) me