Yugi Muto

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English (Manga)

Yugi Mutou

English (Anime)

Yugi Muto


武藤 遊戯


Mutō Yūgi

English (Asia)

Yugi Mutou

Manga debut

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Anime debut

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Video game debut

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Deck Master(s)

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Voice actors

Yugi Muto is a not-so-average teenager, although he is pure-hearted and child-like. He lives with his grandfather Solomon Muto and mother, although he never speaks of the latter in the English anime. In the Japanese manga, it's explained that Yugi's father is a businessman. Yugi is good at games and puzzles, especially Duel Monsters.

Yugi possesses the Millennium Puzzle, which allows his body to bear host to the spirit of the Puzzle, Yami Yugi. Yugi was initially unaware of his existence and control of Yugi's body would involuntarily shift to Yami, when Yugi or his friends are wronged.

Yugi is part of a close-knit group of friends: Joey Wheeler, Tristan Taylor, and Téa Gardner. Miho Nosaka is also one of Yugi's friends in the first series anime. Yugi's friends often cheer him on from the sidelines, and Joey has dueled at his side. Yugi has been friends with Téa since childhood and is in love with her. Téa has been shown to have feelings for both Yugi and Atem (Yami Yugi).

In Japanese, the first characters of "Yūgi" and "Jōnouchi" combine to form "Yūjō" (友情), which means "friendship." The "Yu-Jo Friendship" card is named after the word and the fellowship between the characters.



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Yugi's character design was overseen by Kazuki Takahashi. His usual outfit consists of the standard male Domino Junior/Senior High uniform complete with a closed buckled collar. His extremely extravagant hair features multiple layers including long blond crooked, pointy locks for his fringe, the rest features a set of five large spikes and two smaller spikes colored black with a magenta sheen along the edges. He wears the Millennium Puzzle on a lace around his neck. In the manga and second series anime, the lace is later replaced with a chain. In the manga (post Volume 7) and in the second series anime, he often wears a KaibaCorp Duel Disk on his left arm.

When he plays Dungeon Dice Monsters against Duke Devlin, he wears a dark-gray long-sleeves shirt, a sleeve-less vest, dark blue pants and black shoes.

When he and Téa took a day together to find out about the Millennium Puzzle, he wore a black linen shirt and several pieces of wrist-chains, along with a pair of leather pants.

In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yugi is shown greatly taller as he his taller than Jaden who is taller than Yugi's past self. In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yugi's present day face is not directly shown.

In Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters, Yugi wears a different attire of a violet jacket and jeans. He also wears the Capsule Shooter on his left arm. In episode 4, he gains a duel armor that allows him to become one with one of his capsule monsters.


The voices differ slightly between the different series and the English dub, although commonly the voice of Dark Yugi is stronger and more confident than that of Yugi.

In the first series anime, Yugi and Dark Yugi are voiced by Megumi Ogata. Yugi's voice is positively timid, rarely showing any strength and almost always being polite in his speech, using honorifics and "boku" as his personal pronoun. Dark Yugi's voice is much rougher, uses "ore" as his personal pronoun and rarely ever uses honorifics. He also has a catchphrase, saa, geimu no jikan da (It's game time), usually spoken immediately after the change.

In the Japanese version of the second series anime, Yugi and Dark Yugi are voiced by Japanese singer Shunsuke Kazama. Yugi has considerably more confidence than in his previous appearance, but is still very polite. It's harder to distinguish between his voice and Dark Yugi's, but Dark Yugi's tone is considerably sterner and has the same pattern of speech as his previous appearance. This series also established Yugi calling Dark Yugi mou hitori no boku (the other me) and Dark Yugi referring to Yugi as aibou (partner).

In the English version of the second series anime, Yugi and Yami Yugi are voiced by Dan Green. Yugi's voice is high pitched and sometimes strained in more emotional moments, and generally has a friendly tone towards everyone. Yami Yugi's voice, in comparison, is fierce and commanding. Yugi's last name is pronounced "Moto" in this version, although it is still spelled "Muto". In the Singaporean dub of the second series anime, Yugi and Yami Yugi are voiced by Chuck Powers. In this dub, Yugi's voice is soft and slightly high-pitched, while Yami Yugi's voice is near the total opposite. In the Singaporean dub, both Yugi and Yami Yugi speak with a slight drawl. In the first season, Yugi calls Yami Yugi "spirit", then in other seasons Yugi started to call him "pharaoh". Sometimes, he also calls him Yami. Yami Yugi always called Yugi by his name.

Manga biographyEdit

See: Yugi Mutou in the manga

First series anime biographyEdit

See: Yugi Mutou in the first series anime

Second series anime biographyEdit


Yugi lived in his family's game shop, Kame Game, with his mother and grandfather. His grandfather taught him a lot about the game, Duel Monsters.

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Joey and Tristan used to bully Yugi. Joey even went as far as taking a piece of Yugi's Millennium Puzzle and throwing it into a canal. However Yugi stood-up for Joey and Tristan, when they were attacked by Ushio, claiming that they were his friends, whereas Ushio claimed he was protecting Yugi in order to earn money. Joey and Tristan came to be Yugi's friends after the incident and Joey recovered the piece of the Puzzle.[2]

After solving the Millennium Puzzle, Yugi unknowingly became host to Yami Yugi, the spirit of Pharaoh Atem. He shared his body with Yami, who occasionally takes control, typically to help Yugi and his friends.

Yugi and Joey once visited Burgerpalooza, only to find Téa working there. She feared that if they told, she would get expelled as it's against school rules to have part-time jobs. (In the English version, she worried about getting fired, as they could have revealed that she was under 18, the required age to work there.) She splattered their burgers in ketchup, warning them not to tell. They told her that they did not even know she worked there, and they wouldn't say a word.[3]

Yugi later found Téa in a warehouse, being filmed by a pervert, who threatened to reveal she was working at Burgerpalooza. (In the English version, he was a mugger who tricked her by writing a note, pretending Yugi and Joey had given her a dance studio.) Yugi tackled the man, but got thrown against a wall. Téa was also knocked unconscious after trying to attack him. Yugi then transformed into Yami Yugi, who defeated the man in a card draw game and Mind Crushed him. Yugi came to believe that he had saved Téa himself, although he didn't remember how he did it.[3]

Duelist KingdomEdit

Yugi defeated Joey in Duel Monsters at school and decided to invite Joey, Téa and Tristan to see his Grandpa's rare card, the "Blue-Eyes White Dragon", after school. Seto Kaiba, who overheard, kidnapping Grandpa and forced him into a Duel for his "Blue-Eyes", as he refused to trade or sell it. Yugi and his friends caught up after Solomon had already been defeated, and witnessed Kaiba tear-up the "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" in front of them. Outraged, Yugi challenged Kaiba to a Duel, and Solomon gave Yugi his Deck. Yugi dueled Kaiba as Yami Yugi and discovered Kaiba had the other three "Blue-Eyes White Dragons" in his Deck but defeated him using "Exodia", taking Kaiba's title as the Duel Monsters World Champion.[4]

Since Joey had been having trouble with winning in Duel Monsters, Yugi asked his grandfather to help train Joey.[5]

Maximillion Pegasus heard of Yugi's victory over Kaiba and sent him a videotape inviting him to participate in his Duelist Kingdom tournament. Pegasus appeared on the TV and dueled Yugi on the spot, while freezing everyone else in the room. Pegasus placed a time limit on the Duel and won because time ran out seconds before Yugi could claim victory. As a penalty for Yugi's defeat Pegasus stole Grandpa's soul.[5]

Yugi entered the tournament in order to rescue Grandpa. At the pier, before boarding the ship to the tournament, he gave Joey one of his two Star Chips, allowing Joey to participate and help him.

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On the ship, Yugi met Weevil Underwood, who acted friendly towards him and told Yugi that he knew of secret new rules to be introduced in the tournament. Shortly after Weevil left, Yugi gave Joey the "Time Wizard" card, telling him how it can be helpful in a tight spot. Yugi met Weevil again later and showed him his "Exodia" cards, which Weevil tossed overboard, to hinder Yugi's Deck. Joey jumped into the water to recover them, but after getting two of them was hit by the current and Yugi dove in to save him. Both of them were then rescued by the stowaways; Téa and Tristan, who threw them a rope ladder.[2]

Once the tournament started, Yugi tracked down Weevil to get revenge, but Weevil fled, leading him into a forest. Yugi suspected this was to do with the new rules Weevil mentioned. Weevil led them to a meadow, where he accepted Yugi's challenge, as his monsters got Field Power Bonuses there. Yugi switched to Yami Yugi, who bet both his Deck and Star Chip[6], earning him Weevil's two Star Chips after he won.[7]

Yugi cheered for Joey in his Duel against Mai. As Yami Yugi, he offered Joey abstract clues to help him win. Joey defeated Mai using the "Time Wizard" card, Yugi gave him.[8]

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While searching for food, Yugi and his friends, found fish Mako Tsunami had prepared. Unbeknownst to them, Mako had set it as bait to lure opponents, to where his monsters greatly benefit from the field. Mako then appeared, angered over them stealing his food. After Yugi introduced himself, Mako was happy to meet the duelists, who defeated Kaiba and shared the food with them. Yugi got up to leave, but Mako stopped him by throwing a harpoon in front of him and demanded a Duel. Yugi switched to Yami and defeated Mako, winning two more Star Chips.[9]

Yugi and his friends saw a contestant, being forced to leave the island as he was out of Star Chips. The boy claimed they had been stolen, along with his Deck. He described the thief and where he met him. Yugi promised to get his Star Chips back, before the boat left the island. Back at the scene of the crime, they met the thief, who was Mokuba Kaiba with his face disguised. He dueled Yugi with five Star Chips on the line and Yami Yugi soon realized that he was Mokuba. Mokuba explained how Yugi humiliated his brother, causing him to leave, giving Pegasus an opportunity to take over KaibaCorp. Mokuba sought revenge on Yugi for this. Unable to win the Duel, he made a grab for Yugi's Star Chips, but Yami discouraged Mokuba and promised to help him and Seto.[10]

The group made their way back to the bay, but the boat had already left. Yugi showed Kemo that he won back the Star Chips, but Kemo slapped them into the water, including some of Yugi's. Kemo grabbed Mokuba to take him back to Pegasus, but Yugi challenged Kemo to a Duel for Mokuba's freedom. Since Kemo wasn't a duelist, he told Yugi to come back in an hour (4 hours in the English version) and he'll have an opponent arranged for him.[10]

Yugi returned to the spot and faced Ghost Kaiba, who pretended to be the actual Seto Kaiba and used his Deck. With the help of the real Kaiba, who weakened Ghost Kaiba's "Blue-Eyes White Dragons", via a virus, Yami Yugi won. Yugi retrieved Kaiba's Deck, but Kemo had already disappeared with Mokuba.[11][12]

Yugi was not allowed to help Joey in his Duel with Rex Raptor. As the Duel started Yugi went to find Tristan, who left in a huff with Joey for accepting those conditions. Tristan reminded Yugi that he should still be at the Duel to offer Joey his friendship, so the two of them returned to watch.[13]

That night, Mai shared her food with Yugi and his friends, although she promised that they would be enemies again tomorrow.[14]

Ryo Bakura appeared at their campsite, shortly after Mai left for a walk. While the group talked about cards they own, that they an identify with, Yugi encouraged Téa to pick one for herself. Yugi picked the "Dark Magician" as his. After everyone had exchanged, which cards they recognize with, Bakura suggested that they play a friendly Duel, where Yugi includes the cards Joey, Tristan and Téa choose; "Flame Swordsman", "Cyber Commander" and "Magician of Faith" in his Deck and he can show them how his card, "Change of Heart" works. Bakura changed to Yami Bakura, who trapped the group's souls in the cards they selected. He proceeded to take Yugi's Millennium Puzzle, but Yami Yugi emerged. Yami faced Yami Bakura, in a Shadow Game, to return his friends, but staking his Millennium Puzzle.[14]

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Yugi's friends appeared in place of the monsters they selected as Yami Yugi Summoned them. When the "Dark Magician", Yugi was Summoned, the two Yugis met. In the Japanese version, Yugi was aware of Yami's existence and the two of them agreed now is not the time to keep secrets. Yugi told his friends of Yami's existence, that he is the spirit of the Millennium Puzzle and apologized for not telling them before. In the English version, Yugi admitted to having felt Yami's presence while he dueled and felt they could trust him. Yami managed to win the Duel, with the help of Ryo betraying Yami Bakura, returning everyone to normal. Although Téa, Tristan and Joey believed the Duel to have been a dream. Yugi didn't take time to explain as they heard Mai scream.[15]

The group found the Eliminator, Panik, who had just beaten Mai and taken all eight of her Star Chips. Yugi accused Panik of being a coward and dueled him as Yami Yugi, winning back Mai's Star Chips. He offered them to Mai, who reluctantly took them back, remarking that she owed him one.[16][17]

Later that night Kaiba arrived on the island and Yugi returned his Deck.[18]

The next day, Mai left a letter explaining she had left and owes Yugi for winning back her Star Chips. Joey later got separated from his friends, who searched a cave after finding his wallet outside.[19] After running from many traps, they found Joey in a Duel with Bonz. Joey won, but Bandit Keith's gang trapped Yugi and his friends in the cave, by sealing the entrance with a boulder.[20]

Using Bakura's Millennium Ring as a guide, the friends found the Paradox Brothers guarding an exit. Yugi and Joey faced them in a Tag Duel to gain passage.[21] After winning Yugi and Joey, each had enough Star Chips to enter the finals and Yami Yugi passed the brothers riddle test in order to exit.[22]

At the stairs to Pegasus' castle, Téa pondered on Yugi's differing personalities and wondered if there could be two Yugis. Yugi admitted to feeling as though there is someone else living inside him, but hoped he wasn't going crazy.[3]

At the top of the stairs, Kaiba blocked the way and talked Yugi into a Duel. Yami took control and faced Kaiba, using his Duel Disk technology.[3] As Yami was about to win, Kaiba stood up on the edge of the castle, such that the shockwaves from Yugi's attack may cause him to fall to his death. (In the English anime, Yugi spoke to Yami, telling him not to do it.) Yami contemplated, but in the end decided to attack. Téa ran to Yugi insisting that this isn't like him and calls for the ordinary Yugi to come out. Yugi took control in time to cancel the move. He fell to his knees, disgusted by what he's done. Kaiba took his turn and won the Duel, claiming five of Yugi's Star Chips.[23]

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Now fully aware of the other Yugi's existence, Yugi admitted it to his friends, telling them that he is afraid of him and consequently afraid to Duel. Kaiba called Yugi weak, but Téa protested arguing that Yugi saved him and Kaiba is the real loser.[23] After Kaiba left, Yugi continued to mope. Joey offered Yugi to take his Star Chips, so he may enter the finals, but Yugi ignored him. Frustrated Joey grabbed Yugi by the shirt, asking him if he cares about his Grandfather.[24]

Mai appeared and was briefed in on what just happened. She offered Yugi her excessive Star Chips, as per her promise from earlier, but Yugi didn't even acknowledge Mai's appearance. Annoyed Mai told him to grow up and hang on to the Star Chips. She accused him of being afraid to Duel again and challenged him. Téa instead accepted the Duel, to win back Yugi's Star Chips.[24]

Yugi began to slowly snap out of his depression as he watched Téa duel. After Mai surrendered, Yugi approached her about the face-down card she didn't use. Mai denied that she lost for him. (In the English version, she said that some cards just aren't worth playing.)[24]

Inside the castle, the group were invited to watch Pegasus duel Kaiba. Seeing as Kaiba was dueling to save Mokuba, Yugi opted support to Kaiba.[25] Kaiba was trapped in Pegasus' "Soul Prison" card, after his defeat. Yugi then shouted down to Pegasus' asking who he is to mess with people and their families like this.[26]

The finalists along with Téa, Tristan and Bakura were treated to a meal that evening, where the finalists got paired-up. After the meal, Yugi gave Joey his "The Glory of the King's Hand", as it is mandatory for each finalist to possess either it or "The Glory of the King's Opposite Hand".[27]

That night, Yugi was woken by his grandfather's voice, calling him. He followed it and found a "Soul Prison" card, with his grandfather's soul inside. Solomon warned him about Pegasus and is accompanied by the cards containing Seto and Mokuba Kaiba's souls. Yugi woke up afterwards, wondering if it was a dream.[27]

Yugi faced Mai in the first Duel of the finals. Yami Yugi gives little effort to the Duel, as he worried about facing Pegasus. (In the English version, Yugi refused to let Yami duel, fearing how he may harm their opponent.) This resulted in Yugi playing poorly.[28] Encouraging words from Mai, returned the Yugis to the top of their game and allowed them to turn the Duel around and emerge with a win.[29]

Yugi cheered for Joey in his Duel against Bandit Keith.[30]

Yugi faced Joey in the final round.[31] Joey used all he learned from Yugi, but was still defeated by Yami Yugi. Afterwards Joey offered to give "The Glory of the King's Hand" back to Yugi, so he may claim the prize money. However Yugi declined, as he had entered to tournament with the intent of saving his grandfather and now the Kaiba brothers. The money was not important to him, but Joey needed it for his sister's eye operation.[32]

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Yugi advanced to duel Pegasus. At the start of the Duel, Yugi requested that the Kaiba brothers' souls be released as well as his grandfather's, if he wins. Pegasus accepted but indicated that he plans on taking Yugi's soul if he wins.[33] Pegasus used his Millennium Eye to read Yami Yugi's mind during the Duel, but Yugi got an idea to counter this. He and Yami continued to switch minds so Pegasus cannot read the other's strategy. After the Yugis destroyed Pegasus' "Toon World" card, Pegasus transported them all into the Shadow Realm. In the Shadow Realm, Yugi lost his life energy while doing the mind shuffle strategy, and Pegasus continued successfully reading Yami's mind until Joey, Téa, and Tristan blocked his Millenium Eye. Yami defeats Pegasus, returning them both back from the Shadow Realm.

Pegasus disappeared after his Duel with Yugi. Determined to ensure the captive souls are returned, Yugi and his friends searched for Pegasus. They found a number of Pegasus' men carrying him away after he was assaulted by Yami Bakura. Croquet explained that he was attacked. (In the English version, he said that Pegasus had fallen ill.) Yugi and company headed to Pegasus' tower, where they found a diary entry addressed to new King of Duelists who defeats him, explaining why he created Duel Monsters. Yugi then spotted the three "Soul Prison" cards, which are now blank, meaning the souls are no longer imprisoned.[34]

As he left the tower, Yugi bumped into Shadi, who used his Millennium Key to enter Yugi's mind. To Shadi's surprise he found two soul rooms; one for Yugi and one for Yami. Shadi wound up in a Shadow Game with Yami, but was rescued by Yugi. Yugi informed Shadi that he doesn't believe his other self intends to harm him and asked Yami to release Shadi from the game.[34]

A door opened, leading them to a room lined with stone tablets of Duel Monsters. Yugi learned from Shadi that millennia ago, Egyptian kings played Shadow Games with real monsters and magic. After the games became a war that threatened to destroy the world, one brave pharaoh sealed the magic away. The duo were confronted by the Dark Magician. Shadi prepared to counter by Summoning the Blue-Eyes White Dragon. However Yugi insisted that the Dark Magician would never harm him and asked the magician to let them past. To Shadi's astonishment the magician complied. Seeing Yugi's control over the Dark Magician, Shadi believed he may be the chosen one.[34]

Shadi returned himself and Yugi to outside Yugi's soul. Before disappearing, he told Yugi his name and claimed to have not told it to anyone before.[34]

After the group found Mokuba was back to normal, Croquet handed Yugi the other prizes on behalf of Pegasus, who had been taken to hospital. Yugi received the card "The Ties of Friendship", was crowned the King of Games and also received the 3 million dollar check, which he gave to Joey for Serenity's eye operation.[35]

Kaiba thanked Yugi for saving Mokuba and insisted that they have a fair Duel someday to determine who is the better duelist. Yami Yugi congratulated Yugi on saving everyone. (In the English version, Yugi pointed out that he doesn't even know Yami's name. Yami replied that he has been called many things such as Pharaoh, Yu-Gi-Oh and Yami. Yugi refered to him as Yami and said he is glad to call him his friend, while Yami was proud to be one.)[35]

Yugi and his friends got a lift back to Domino City from Kaiba.[35]

As Yugi brought his grandfather home from the hospital, the group was confronted by Rebecca Hawkins. She accused Solomon of stealing her grandfather's "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" and challenged him to a Duel. At Kaiba Land, Yugi faced Rebecca in the Duel, as his grandfather was unfit to play.[35] The Duel turned out to be an exact repeat of the Duel, their grandfathers played a long ago over a drink of water. Like how Solomon surrendered back then as Arthur needed the water more, Yugi surrendered to teach Rebecca about the Heart of the Cards. Just then Arthur arrived and showed that Yugi could have won and explained why he surrendered. After Rebecca apologized, Yugi gave her the card, "The Ties of Friendship".[36]

Dungeon Dice MonstersEdit

The new student, Duke Devlin, defeated Joey in a game of Duel Monsters, forcing Joey to become his servant. Duke made Joey wear a dog costume and humiliated him in public. Outraged, Yugi challenged Duke to a Duel. Duke accepted provided they play Dungeon Dice Monsters, rather than Duel Monsters. Unfamiliar with the rules, Yugi got off to a rough start. His chances did not improve as Duke revealed that he designed Dungeon Dice Monsters with Pegasus' aid. Yugi used his innate gaming skills to turn the tables on Duke. Yugi succeeded in calling Dark Magician, the monster he counts on the most, and Yugi won and Duke stepped down.

Legendary HeroesEdit

Kaiba's mind got trapped in the Virtual World by The Big Five while testing out a virtual reality machine that he created. Yugi and Joey entered the virtual world at Mokuba's request where they helped Kaiba defeat the Big Five and escape.

Battle CityEdit

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Yugi replaced the brown rope around the Millennium Puzzle with a chain, which Yami Yugi complimented and offered him advice on impressing Téa, who was waiting for him. Embarrassed, Yugi asks what he was talking about. As Yugi left the room, his mother asked who he was talking to. Yugi replied that it was nobody and dashed off, telling Yami to stop picking on him, as he offered to help make Téa love him. (The Yugis talking about Téa and the scene with Yugi's mother were removed from the English version.) Yugi met up with Téa and left for school with her. (In the English version, they were going to a soccer game) Yugi told her about the Yami Yugi; that he lives in the Millennium Puzzle, is worried about his destiny and has no memory of his past.[37]

On the way to school, Yugi bumped into Bandit Keith, who was possessed by Marik Ishtar and disguised as a fortune-teller. Falling for the disguise, Yugi reluctantly let him hold the Millennium Puzzle in order to read his future. Keith knocked the over table at Yugi and Téa and ran off with the Puzzle. Yugi and Téa split-up to find him. In his search, Yugi followed a series of arrows, although he knew it was a trap, he felt that he had no other choice. Yugi caught-up with Keith, who had the Puzzle bolted to a wall. According to ancient rules, Marik had to win the Puzzle in a Duel, so he challenged Yugi to a Duel through Keith. Yugi was unable to switch to Yami during the Duel and quickly realized that Bandit Keith was opponent after seeing he used a Machine Deck.[37]

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Yami Bakura sensed an evil presence and pinpointed it to the Duel. Seeing Keith controlled, Yami Bakura used the Millennium Ring to break Marik's control. Keith struggled to resist being repossessed, but Marik took control long enough to have Keith smash the Puzzle. Bakura swung down from a rope, knocking Keith out. Bakura then collected a piece of the Puzzle and sealed a fragment of his soul inside it, before returning it to Yugi. Keith regained consciousness and continued to struggle with Marik's mind control, setting fire to the warehouse in his confusion. Unable to remove the piece of the Puzzle connected to the wall, Yugi stayed in the burning building to reassemble it. After inserting the last piece he collapsed, but was rescued by Joey and Tristan.[38]

Worrying about how the Puzzle almost got stolen, Yugi took time to talk with Yami and discovered that Yami has no idea of who he once was, as he has lost all his memories. The duo suspected that their new enemy is in possession of a Millennium Item.[39]

To try and help Yami regain his memories, Yugi asked Téa to spend time with Yami. He asked Téa out, but switched to Yami just before the date. Not expecting this Yami started shouting into the Puzzle at Yugi, until he was noticed by Téa.[40] On the date, Yami and Téa learned from Ishizu Ishtar that Yami was once an Egyptian pharaoh and that Yugi had to enter the upcoming Battle City tournament to stop their new enemy.[41]

While talking with Téa, about Duel Monsters at school, Téa asked which card best suited Yugi, assuming he would pick "Dark Magician". However Yugi explained that while "Dark Magician" is powerful, "Maha Vailo" better suits him, as it's not the strongest card, but it had hidden power. He would have liked to have picked "Dark Magician", but thought it's better suited to the other Yugi.[42]

The day before the tournament, Yugi and Joey picked-up their Duel Disks in order to compete[43] and the next morning Yugi finished reconstructing his Deck for the tournament.[44]

Yugi spotted Joey trying to get a rematch with the Rare Hunter, Seeker, who had won his "Red-Eyes Black Dragon". Yugi noticed his robes were the same as the ones Bandit Keith wore, while he was possessed. Seeker refused to face Joey again, but challenges Yugi to a Duel. Yugi accepts and switched to Yami[44], who won and took back Joey's "Red-Eyes Black Dragon". Marik then used Seeker as his puppet to communicate with Yugi. He introduced himself, told Yugi how he's after the power of the pharaoh and warned him that are more dealdy Rare Hunters. Yugi offered Joey back the "Red-Eyes", but Joey refused, saying he will wait until he's a true duelist before earning it back.[45]

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Yugi was lured into a tent by a harlequin and confronted by the Rare Hunter, Arkana. As Yami Yugi, he faced Arkana in a Duel, where the loser's feet got cut off by a buzzsaw. (In the English version, they got sent to the Shadow Realm by energy disks.)[46] Yami wons the Duel, but Yugi then toke over and saved Arkana from buzzsaw (energy disk in the English version).[47]

At the canal side, while Yugi spoke with Yami about recent happenings they were confronted by another Rare Hunter, Strings. Strings was under Marik's complete control and dueled Yami Yugi using the Egyptian God Card, "Slifer the Sky Dragon".[48] Yami won the Duel, earning "Slifer the Sky Dragon" through the Ante rule. Kaiba, who had appeared during the Duel challenged Yugi to a Duel on the spot, but Marik warned Yugi that he was going to take control of Joey. Yugi declined Kaiba's challenge as he had to find and save his friend.[49]

As Yami Yugi searched the city for his friends, with Kaiba's help, they defeated the Rare Hunters Umbra and Lumis twice, gaining enough Locator Cards to qualify for the finals and also located Joey at Domino Pier.[50]

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At the Pier, Yugi was forced to duel Joey, who was possessed by Marik. Each player had their ankles chained to an anchor, which would drag them underwater to drown after the timer reaches 0. The only way for either player to save themself was to defeat their opponent, which would open a box, giving them a key.[51] Yami made the first few of Yugi's moves, but Yugi insisted that he should fight this battle himself. Through talking to Joey and using "Red-Eyes Black Dragon" to remind him of his promise to become a true duelist and even giving him the Millennium Puzzle, Yugi managed to get Joey's subconsciousness to ignore Marik's commands.[52] Yugi managed to fully snap Joey out of Marik's control shortly before forcing himself to lose. With Joey back to normal, Yugi told Marik that he was the true loser of this Duel. Yugi let his Life Points fall to 0 and collapsed, releasing Joey's key. However Joey managed to force the Duel into a Draw, releasing Yugi's key too. Using the chain, Joey swung to Yugi's side of the field and grabbed his key, before the anchor dragged them both down. He unlocked Yugi, who floated to the surface and was brought ashore by Tristan. Serenity dove in with the other key to save Joey. Joey later apologized and returned the Millennium Puzzle. Yugi thanked Yami for trusting in him and Yami said that Yugi has taught him the strength behind kindness and that one day Yugi will surpass him in every way..[53]

Afterwards Mai gave Yugi and his friends a lift to the finals.[54]

Yugi, Joey, Mai, Téa, Tristan, Duke and Serenity arrived at the KaibaCorp Stadium for the finals. Yugi was suspicious of the finalist Marik, who is under the guise "Namu", and Ryo Bakura, who should be in the hospital. Téa cleared any suspicion of Namu, by informing Yugi of how he saved her, Joey and Bakura earlier. Shortly after Odion Ishtar, pretending to be Marik arrived, everyone boarded the blimp, where the finals took place.[55]

As Yugi prepared for the finals in his room, he added "Slifer the Sky Dragon" to his Deck, thinking he was going to need it to face Marik. He also suspected Bakura had come into contact with the Millennium Ring again.[56]

Yami Yugi faced Bakura in the first of the quarter-finals on the Stratos Dueling Arena. Yugi's suspicions were confirmed as they faced Yami Bakura.[56] When Bakura was one turn away from winning with "Destiny Board", the two Yugis agreed that they had to use "Slifer the Sky Dragon" to defeat him. Yami Yugi Summoned "Slifer", but Marik switched control of Bakura's body from Yami Bakura to Ryo, who was too weak to withstand the attack. However Yami Bakura disagreed with Marik's plan and took control of Ryo's body. He invited Yugi to attack him, refusing to let his host die. Yugi won the Duel, knocking Bakura unconscious and in leaving him need of medical attention.[57]

During the intermission before the next Duel, Yugi unsuccessfully tried to get Kaiba to make an emergency stop to take Bakura to a doctor. Yugi went back to his room and began examining his Deck. He was interrupted by Shadi, who told him how the Egyptian God Cards were created and why he must stop Marik from getting his hands on them.[58]

Joey defeated Odion, who was still pretending to be Marik and exposed him as a fake. Subsequently Namu was exposed as the real Marik and Yami Marik took control of his body. Marik confronted Yugi, saying the battle for the Pharaoh's power had just begun.[59]

After losing to Kaiba, Ishizu Ishtar told Yugi of the Ishtar family's history and gave him the Millennium Necklace, as he was going to need all seven Millennium Items to recover the Pharaoh's memories.[60]

That night Yugi was woken by Téa, who reported Bakura has gone missing. They discovered he was dueling with Marik and saw him lose shortly after they arrived.[61]

Virtual WorldEdit

The Battle City blimp got sucked into a mechanical fortress in the sea, by Noah Kaiba. Yugi, Joey, Tristan, Téa, Serenity, Duke, Kaiba and Mokuba exited the blimp, where they were greeted by a projection of the Big Five, who explained that they got trapped in the Virtual World, after they failed to trap Kaiba there, during the Legendary Heroes game. For that they hate Yugi and his friends for helping Kaiba. Having Kaiba as a common enemy, Noah uploaded their minds into his computer system. Using an altered form of Duel Monsters, they planned to face the gang in order to claim possession of their bodies, so that they may exist in the real world.[62]

The group were then transported to a virtual jungle, where they are given a demonstration of the Deck Master rules.[62] The Big Five then separated the gang, by making holes appear under them.[63]

Yugi was transported to a pond, where he was faced by Gansley, who had taken the form of "Deepsea Warrior". Before dueling Gansley, Yugi changed to Yami Yugi, who Gansley identified as "Type-B".[63] During the Duel, Yugi noticed that their Deck Master, Kuriboh was trying to tell them something. As Yami was about to lose, Yugi took over and used Kuriboh's Deck Master effect to save them. Shortly afterwards, Yugi collapsed so Yami took back control and won the Duel.[64]

The Yugis entered a hallway afterwards. Although they were aware there were traps behind some doors, Yugi ran through one, after hearing Téa scream, but was thrown back by an attack. Yami draw the Level Star of the door to Yugi's attention, so Yugi Summoned a monster of a higher Level, "Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress" and has it launch an attack into the doorway. They entered the doorway and wound up repeating the same process[65] Realizing it was because they keep choosing the Level 1 door, they started attacking different Levels. The final door had the 2000 ATK, Level 4 monster, "Flash Assailant", backed up with a series of face-down Magic or Trap Cards. Yugi used "Heavy Storm" to clear the face-downs and "4-Starred Ladybug of Doom's" effect to destroy "Flash Assailant".[42]

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Yugi arrived at the scene of Téa's Duel, but was held back by a wall of ice. "Dark Magician" was taken from his Deck and Summoned to Téa's field, after she played "Sage's Stone". Attacking with both "Dark Magician" and "Dark Magician Girl", Téa defeated Crump, causing the ice around her to disappear.[42] Yugi rushed to her aid and gave her his coat. Together they walked though the ice region and entered a door, taking them to a courtroom, where Joey was dueling Johnson.[66]

Yugi correctly suspected that Johnson had rigged the outcome of Joey's luck based cards. Although Noah attempted to disqualify Johnson, Joey insisted that they continue with the game unrigged. After Joey won, he, Yugi and Téa exited though another door.[67]

The trio found their way to Duke, Serenity and Tristan's Duel against Nesbitt.[68] After the Duel, the gang tried to find Tristan, before the Big Five took his body. They briefly met up with Kaiba and Mokuba, but were attacked by Nesbitt in possession of Tristan's body. The real Tristan in the body of a robot monkey helped them fight the imposter. However Nesbitt kidnapped Mokuba and Kaiba took off after him, leaving the others think about what to do with the monkey, not knowing it was Tristan.[69]

The group took a pick-up truck to go after Kaiba. On the way, they found out the monkey was Tristan after he accidentally flipped a switch, allowing him to speak normally.[70]

After watching Kaiba duel Lector, Yugi and Téa went with Kaiba to help him find Mokuba. The others tried to follow, but the tunnel disappeared, before they could enter.[71]

Inside the tunnel Yugi and Téa got separated from Kaiba, and found themselves in a simulation of Kaiba's mansion back when Seto Kaiba got adopted. Yugi found a picture of Kaiba's father, Gozaburo, with Noah, shortly before meeting up with Kaiba again. Noah then showed the three of them a projection of the past, where Gozaburo showed Noah a picture of Seto, who Noah had to be able to compete with in order to run KaibaCorp.[71]

Noah transported Yugi, Téa and Kaiba back to their friends, where they were confronted by the Big Five, now all sharing possession of Tristan's body. Yugi and Joey teamed-up to duel them in order to win back Tristan's body.[72] Although Yugi and Joey won, the Big Five attempted to steal their bodies, but Noah took them away, along with Tristan's body, before they could.[73]

Since Noah designed the robot monkey, Yugi and his friends searched it for clues. Yugi pushed a red button, which transported them to a virtual Kaiba Land. From there the gang took a handcar through a subway and wound up on the scene of Noah and Seto Kaiba's Duel.[74]

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Noah won and turned Seto and Mokuba to stone. This caused Yugi to get mad and change to Yami, who accused Noah of foul play, as he had used Mokuba as a shield to help him win. As Yami, Yugi combined his Deck with Seto's and continued the Duel.[75] Noah gradually turned Yugi's friends to stone as Yami dueled, until none of them were left. Yugi then offered Yami support and took him to his soul room. Inside he brought Yami to a room containing his recent memories, where everyone, who had been turned to stone offered their support. Back in virtual reality, Yami imagined Yugi's friends giving him the cards drawn by "Card of Sanctity" and used them to defeat Noah.[76]

After the Duel, Noah attempted to steal Yugi's body and escape to the real world, but the power of the Millennium Puzzle forced him back. After Noah found out that Gozaburo had been using him, he tried to help everyone escape the virtual world and took them to a virtual Domino City. The group got separated and met-up again, minus the Kaibas.[77] Having realized Noah double crossed them, Yugi started to blame himself for trusting Noah.[78]

Gozaburo had monsters attack Yugi and his friends as they looked for a way out, but Yugi and Joey fought them off by Summoning monsters from their Decks. Noah, having stolen Mokuba's body and escaped to the real world, organized a missile attack to destroy the fortress, including the servers for the virtual world. After having a change of heart, he contacted the group and explained that they must get out out quickly before the virtual world is destroyed.[78]

Noah told them to go the arcade. Yugi, Duke and Joey fought off more of Gozaburo's monsters, while Téa, Serenity and Tristan went there. When Yugi, Duke and Joey got to the arcade, Noah asked Yugi to go and get Seto before returning himself.[79]

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Yugi complied and went to the KaibaCorp building, catching Seto shortly after he beat Gozaburo in a Duel. Gozaburo took the form of a monster and chased the two. Noah instructed them to jump off the building. With no other option they complied and awoke in the real world, before hitting the ground.[79]

Yugi, Kaiba and Mokuba ran to escape the fortress before the missile strike and were helped onto the moving blimp by Joey and Tristan, shortly before the fortress got destroyed.[79]

Battle City finalsEdit

The KaibaCorp blimps takes the finalists to the Duel Tower for the Battle City finals. Yugi switches to Yami Yugi for the Battle Royale to determine match-ups[80] and ends up with Kaiba as his opponent.[81]

During the "Clash in the Coliseum", Yugi must face Kaiba in "the Rematch of the Millennium", since their bout in Duelist Kingdom. Both Yugi and Kaiba summon the respective Egyptian God Card each of them possesses, but the Duel ends up in a heated stalemate, as neither Egyptian God is able to destroy the other. In the end, after a frightening flashback of Ancient Egypt, where Yugi and Kaiba see their previous incarnations conduct a Shadow Game, both Gods are destroyed, so both Yugi and Kaiba fall back on summoning their favorite Cards ("Dark Magician" and "Blue-Eyes White Dragon", respectively) to battle each other. When Kaiba summons his 2 other Blue-Eyes with "The Flute of Summoning Dragon", Yugi considers forfeiting the Duel, but is convinced by Joey's spirit to look at all his options, and he discovers that there is something he can do. And so, he summons "Red-Eyes Black Dragon"—which Joey had given to him after he'd defeated the Rare Hunter—and activates "Magician's Selection" to destroy "The Lord of Dragons", leaving "Spellbinding Circle" free to weaken one of the Blue-Eyes White Dragons enough for Red-Eyes to destroy it. The Duel ultimately culminates and concludes after Yugi Fusion Summons "Dark Paladin" and combines him with "Diffusion Wave-Motion" to strike the final blow and win the Duel. As per the ante rule of the Battle City Tournament—and after Kaiba berates Yugi with his delusion that everyone in the world is alone—Yugi is given "Obelisk the Tormentor" before "The Final Face-Off" with Marik.

In "The Final Face-Off" between Yugi and Marik, Marik duels Yami in a Shadow Game where the loser ends up forfeiting his good side, but as Marik pointed out, no matter who won, an innocent soul would be lost forever—and if Yami Yugi lost, Yugi would vanish into the Shadow Realm, and the Pharaoh would cease to exist. Yami manages to summon both Slifer and Obelisk to attempt to win, but Marik manages to complete his Immortality strategy, locking down Yami's attacks by combining "Egyptian God Slime" with "Jam Defender" before retrieving "Monster Reborn" and using it to summon his "Winged Dragon of Ra". The Duel ultimately culminates and concludes with the destruction of both Ra and Yami Marik (thanks to Yami Yugi's "Ragnarok" card), and when Marik regains control of his body and mind, he forfeits the Duel to Yami Yugi, destroying Yami Marik, and gives him his "Winged Dragon of Ra" card, and, in addition, shows him the hieroglyphs tattooed on his back. According to Marik and Ishizu, the "Secret of the Pharaoh" is written somewhere in the hieroglyphs, and only the possessor of the Millennium Puzzle and the 3 Egyptian God Cards can unlock that secret.

Waking the DragonsEdit

Shortly after Battle City, Yugi, Téa, Joey and Tristan go the museum in order to recover Yami Yugi's memories. As Yugi holds the Egyptian God cards, something holds him back. The group hear a scream and dash outside, finding a large number of living Duel Monsters in the city.

After Yugi's God cards get stolen by a group of bikers, he ends up dueling one of them, Grerimo. Grerimo uses the soul stealing card "The Seal of Orichalcos" and is even able to Summon "Obelisk the Tormentor" through its power. Yugi still manages to defeat Grerimo, causing his soul to be sealed in the card. Afterwards Yugi takes his necklace containing a fragment of the Orichalcos stone. As a reward for his victory, Rafael releases the souls of Rex and Weevil, which Grerimo had captured using "The Seal of Orichalcos".

Afterwards Yugi and his friends meet Rebecca Hawkins, who claims Yugi is now her boyfriend. She takes Yugi and his friends to see her grandfather Arthur, who tells them that he believes there is a dimension where Duel Monsters are real.

Back home during a dream, Yugi ventures to the Duel Monsters Spirit World. Here he meets Dark Magician Girl, who instructs Yugi and Yami Yugi to pull a sword from a dragon trapped in a glass prison. Yugi succeeds and receives the dragon as a card, "The Eye of Timaeus", after waking up.

While showing his friends the card, Yugi receives a video tape from Industrial Illusions. he is initially reluctant to open it, remembering that the last time Pegasus sent him such a tape, his Grandfather's soul got stolen. After deducing Pegasus can't seal their souls (since he no longer has the Millennium Eye), Yugi and his friends watch the tape. Pegasus offers some explanation for the recent events, but must meet Yugi in person to tell him. Pegasus arranges a jet for Yugi and his friends to come to California.

The leader of the organization responsible for the soul stealing Dartz, wants to use the 3 God cards to help awaken the force that once destroyed Atlantis. His swordsman Rafael targets Yugi. When Yugi duels Rafael, Yami Yugi ends up using "The Seal of Orichalcos", despite Yugi's objections. Yami Yugi loses the Duel, but since the card only takes one soul, Yugi lets it take him, sparing Yami. Yami ends up going through an emotional breakdown, while Rebecca is constantly blaming him for the capture of Yugi's soul.

After the duel between Rafael and Yami Yugi, Yami Yugi realizes that he has darkness in his heart. He travels to a place where spirits are roaming around. He meets two people called "Ironheart" and "Chris". He is told that he needs to go down the hill to the Spirit Place. Tea tries to follow, but Ironheart stops her, saying that Yami needs to go alone. There, he is confronted by Yugi, whose soul was trapped by "The Seal Of Orichalcos". He is challenging Yami to a duel. Yami accepts and Yugi plays "The Seal of Orichalcos". Yami succeeds in defeating Yugi and Yugi tells him it was just a test. He also says that by defeating him Yami defeated the Darkness in his heart.

After Joey and Valon's duel, he, along with Tea and Tristan, find their soulless bodies. They pick them both up and go to Industrial Illusions. There, Mai has just lost a duel to Rafael. Rafael then challenges Yami Yugi to a Duel, playing "The Seal Of Orichalcos" himself. Rafael loses the duel, and the Orichalcos closes in on him. But then he is released from the Orichalcos and his soul is saved. Suddenly, the building begins to shake and it is about to collapse. Weak from the Duel, Rafael is carried by Yami Yugi out of the building. Rafael is trapped within the collapsing building, but not before giving them a PDA to lead them to Dartz's HQ.

Shortly after this, the gang and Kaiba travel to Dartz's HQ via the KaibaCopter. They enter Dartz's HQ and they finally meet him. Dartz then challenges Yami to a duel. Kaiba steps in and says Yami is not dueling without him. Yami and Kaiba team up to take Dartz down. Dartz plays "The Seal of Orichalcos". He then proceeds to play "Orichalcos Deuteros" and "Orichalcos Tritos". Dartz manages to get Kaiba's LP down to 0 and Kaiba's soul is taken by the Orichalcos. Before this happens Kaiba activates "Wish of Final Effort" to transfer his monster's attack points to Yami's LP's. Yami is then furious at Dartz for taking Kaiba's soul. He remembers the card that Pegasus give him. He looks at it and realizes its the one of a kind "Legend of Heart". He plays this card and successfully summons "The Legendary Knight Critias", "The Legendary Knight Hermos", and "The Legendary Knight Timaues". With these 3 Knights on the field "The Seal of Orichalcos" is destroyed. But Yami faces a big challenge. Dartz has a monster on his side of the Field with over 20000 attack points. He sacrifices this monster in order to bring out a new monster with infinite attack points. Yami then sacrifices his three knights in order to bring out an even more powerful monster than Dartz's. It is called "The Knight Of Destiny" and has infinite+1 attack points. Yugi attacks Dartz's monster and destroys it- winning the duel.

After the duel, Kaiba and Joey's souls are released. Yami proceeds to pick up his 3 God Cards that were stolen from him at the start of the Season. He places them with the rest of his deck and goes outside with Kaiba and the gang (who were knocked unconscious during Dartz's and Yami's Duel). They witness the rebirth of Atlantis and also the rebirth of the Great Leviathan (the monster Dartz is using to destroy the world). Kaiba, Joey and Yami Yugi go back inside the HQ and through a portal that allows them passage to Atlantis. There they are confronted with the Great Leviathan, and realise that because Dartz couldn't capture Yami's soul, he has merged himself with the Great Leviathan as Dartz's soul is an equally powerful one to Yami's. The Great Leviathan proceeds to swallow Kaiba, Joey and Yami whole. Yami summons forth the three Egyptian Gods, "Obelisk the Tormentor", "Slifer the Sky Dragon" and "The Winged Dragon of Ra". They are no match for Leviathan though and he destroys them easily. Leviathan then swallowed Yami almost completely, with only his hand sticking out.

With most of Yami's body inside Leviathan, Yami calls out to the Soul's of everyone who has been taken by The Seal of Orichalcos. He tells them to think of everything that makes them happy and everything they hold dear to their heart. They do so and orbs of light appear and transfer to Yami's Duel Disk. The monsters of the Spirit World also transfer their power to Yami's Duel Disk giving him the power he needs to break free. He does, and Kaiba and Joey also come out. He calls again on the Egyptian Gods and this time (infused with the powers of everyone's souls and the Duel Spirits' powers), the Gods defeat Leviathan. As Kaiba, Joey and Yami rush towards the portal, the Leviathan makes a comeback. Kaiba and Joey go through the portal, expecting Yami to be close behind. But Yami stays to confront Leviathan for one final time. Leviathan covers Yami in darkness in an attempt to take him down. Yami thinks of all his friends and manages to break out of the darkness vortex that Leviathan has trapped him in. He uses his friendship to defeat the Leviathan. Yami then proceeds through the portal back to the front of Dartz's HQ's. With Leviathan defeated, everyone's souls have been restored and the world is at peace again.

Grand ChampionshipEdit

Yugi, Kaiba, and all of Yugi's friends prepared for Kaiba's ultimate tournament, the KC-1 Grand Prix Championship. The winner of the tournament would face Yugi Muto in an attempt to claim his title as the world Duel Monsters champion.

On the opening day, while Yugi and his friends are watching a Duel between Rick and a CPU opponent, a hacker traps all the duelists and spectators inside the makeshift electronic stadium. The CPU opponent level has been altered to its highest of difficulty, and the only way for everyone to escape is to defeat the CPU in a Duel. Rick had mostly Dragon-Type Normal Monsters and almost no Magic or Trap Cards in his Deck. Yugi transforms into Yami and takes over, using "Heart of the Underdog"—a card Yugi had given Rick—and combined it with the effects of "Spirit Ryu" to win and free everyone.

Yugi didn't duel much in this season. He cheered for Joey and Rebecca throught the tournament. He dueled and defeated Vivian Wong, in order for her to cure Solomon Muto's back.

Yami faced Leon von Schroeder, who assumed the alias Leon Wilson, in the finals. Leon acted differently during the Title Bout and Yugi discovered that Leon only wanted to duel and defeat him to earn the respect of his family that Zigfried couldn't earn in his youth. Leon played an illegal card, "Golden Castle of Stromberg", that forced Yugi to discard half the cards in his Deck with every passing turn that Leon took and also infected a virus into the KaibaCorp computer system. Yami figures out a weakness in the card; He couldn't discard half the Cards in his Deck, having only 1 card left. He was able to destroy it and nullify the virus. With "Golden Castle of Stromberg" defeated, Yugi continued the Duel and played several Magic and Trap Cards before striking the final blow using "Dark Magician", "Necromancy", and "Diffusion Wave-Motion" to win.


Dawn of the DuelEdit

After the KC Grand Championship, Yugi and the gang all head to Egypt, where the Tomb Keepers bring them to the chamber where the tablet depicting the duel between Yugi's and Kaiba's Egyptian counterparts. With the power of the Egyptian God Cards, Yami is seperated from the group into "The World of the Pharaoh's Memories" to truly discover the secrets of his past, his name in particular.

Yugi and the gang eventually follow him, finding they can only interact with certain people within this new realm. After defeating Yami Bakura in a duel unaided, Yugi memorizes the egyptian symbols that spell out Yami's true name, which they finally manage to deliver to the Pharaoh.

Yami Yugi finds out his name is Atem in Episode 219, In the Name of the Pharaoh. "Atem" is actually a variant of the name of the Sun god ." After finding out his real name, he is told by Ishizu Ishtar that in order for his spirit to be freed and return to where he belongs, he must be defeated in a Duel in the tomb where the Millennium Items are held. Yugi decides to duel his other half. The two put up a good fight, but in the end, Yugi manages to defeat all three Egyptian God Cards and win the Duel. The pharaoh then returns to the spirit world and the Millennium Items are sealed away forever.

Yu-Gi-Oh! GXEdit


In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yugi, Seto Kaiba, and Joey Wheeler are regarded as legendary duelists.

Jaden Yuki bumps into him on the way to the Duel Academy sign ups. Yugi gives Jaden the card "Winged Kuriboh". In the Japanese version he says the card is lucky. In the English version, he says that he feels the card belongs with Jaden. Yugi's Deck goes on display at Duel Academy. Later on, it is stolen by Dimitri, who duels Jaden with it. Afterwards the Deck is returned.

While Lyman Banner was giving a history lesson and mentions Yugi and Kaiba. One of the girls in the class calls him a dream boat, and another girl says that he is one of the best looking.

During Jaden's duel with the Dark Magician Girl, Bastion Misawa and Zane Truesdale state that Yugi's the only duelist that possesses the Dark Magician Girl card, making them confused about who Jaden's dueling against.

When Jaden visits to the Kame Game shop during the school trip, Solomon Muto states Yugi went on another journey and he does not know when he will come back.

While Jaden is dueling T-Bone, Jaden gives T-Bone some words of wisdom, which Solomon Muto believes to be exactly what Yugi would have said.

While Bob Banter is caught spying on Alexis Rhodes, he distracts Jaden, Syrus and Hassleberry, by saying "Hey look! It's Yugi", so he make his escape.

When Jaden's duels Frantz, who stole a copy of "The Winged Dragon of Ra", Pegasus compares Jaden to Yugi.

During one of Aster Phoenix's flashbacks, Pegasus mentions Yugi being "Number 1" in his top five duelists, with Kaiba as number 2, Joey number 3, Aster number 4, and Jesse Anderson as number 5.

Mr. Stein talks about Atem and Thief Bakura while dueling Jaden.

During Jaden's last year, the person who had gained the most graduation points at the exam would get a copy of Yugi's Deck (excluding the God Cards). Chazz Princeton, Alexis Rhodes and Syrus Truesdale qualified, but turned down the prize in favor of their own decks. During the graduation party, Jaden is led by Winged Kuriboh to the room containing Yugi's Deck. Yugi appears and sends Jaden back in time to duel his younger self. Yugi seems to be taller and more muscular.

The two engage in a Duel. Yugi is impressed by Jaden's "Elemental Heroes". After Jaden gets the upper hand, Yugi switches to Yami Yugi, who Summons "Slifer the Sky Dragon", stating that the only worthy opponent for Jaden is a god. Jaden then remembers the important thing that he had lost - how to have fun in a Duel regardless of its importance. No outcome to the Duel is shown, but before the end of the episode, Jaden said "Yugi, I'll become stronger. And when the time comes..."

Non-canon appearancesEdit

Cyber KaibaEdit

In a storyline occuring only in the Yu-Gi-Oh! novel, two weeks after Yugi's battle with Kaiba in Death-T, Yugi gets a call from Kaiba, who tells him to meet for game of Duel Monsters at the top floor of KaibaCorp. Yugi accepts, and when the Duel begins, they use a special variation called the "Bingo Rule," which prevents the used of a specific card in each player's Deck. Kaiba seems to be himself, but plays a different trump card, the "Automatic Giant".

Mokuba stumbles in on them, and tells Dark Yugi that Kaiba has not yet awoken from his catatonic state. It turns out that the Kaiba that Yugi is playing against is a Cyber Kaiba, controlled by the KaibaCorp computer, and using all of Kaiba's memories.

Dark Yugi defeats the "Automatic Giant" and Kaiba with a card called "The Unknown Egg", restoring everything to normal.

Yu-Gi-Oh! REdit

The story takes place soon after the Final Round of Battle City. I2 (Industrial Illusions), Pegasus' former company, take over the duel ring server of KaibaCorp. The leader of I2 at that time is Yakou Tenma, the adopted son of Pegasus. With the main computer, Yakou projects a hologram of his body, then meets Yugi and accuses him of killing Pegasus through their duel (not realizing it was Yami Bakura that ultimately killed him) He then challenge Yugi, boasting about the "Wicked Gods" that shall punish Yugi. Yugi then Summons "Slifer the Sky Dragon", but then Yakou summons "The Wicked Avatar", whose form is similiar to Ra's sphere mode. It takes the shape and attack points of the strongest monster on the field, so it therefore becomes a twisted replica of "Slifer". It always has one more attack point than the strongest monster, so it is therefore able to defeat it.

After the duel ends Téa Gardner appears to vanish, and it's revealed she had already been kidnapped, and is being held at KaibaCorp, as Tenma needs her for his "R.A. Project". Tenma challenges Yugi to stop him, and Yugi rushes to the tower alongside Joey and Tristan. The tower of guarded by ten Card Professors, each of which has a card key that will get him further into the tower. The first Card Professor, Deschutes Lew, hands Yugi a Soul Prison card. Should he lose a duel, he must hand this card over to whoever beat him, and he will be unable to continue his journey through the tower.

Both Yugi and Joey successfully defeat some of the Card Professors, though Yugi is eventually separated from Joey and Tristan. Yakou Tenma eventually approaches him, with Téa's soul on the line. However, should Yugi lose, he must hand over all three of the Egyptian Gods. Tenma reveals the second of the "Wicked Gods", "The Wicked Dreadroot", but Yugi successfully defeats it with "Arcana Knight Joker". After the duel, it becomes clear that Yugi wasn't dueling Yakou Tenma, but his twin brother, Gekkou Tenma. Yakou had taken over Gekkou's mind in order to duel Yugi. Tenma reveals the goal of his "R.A. Project" (short for "Rebirth of Avatar") is to call the soul of Pegasus back from the dead in Téa's body.

Gekkou regains his mind, and reveals that he opposes his brother's plan. He also reveals that Yugi can communicate with Téa by placing the "Soul Prison" card on his Duel Disk. Seto and Mokuba Kaiba soon arrive back at KaibaCorp via their jet in order to retake KaibaCorp. Yakou had told Kaiba not to interfere, and promised that return of the server after his plan was completed. Kaiba defeats a Card Professor to gain access to the tower, but by the end of the duel Mokuba has hacked into the security system, so they don't need the card key.

Yugi questions Gekkou as why Téa was chosen. The prerequisites for placing a soul in another body are complicated. Duelists tend to fight back, so a non-duelist had to be used. The person must be healthy, and they must be a family member or friend of the enemy. Téa was chosen as she met all these requirements. He also reveals that the man who told Yakou what happened to Pegasus, and insinuated Yugi's involvement in the incident was Bandit Keith. They soon meet with Keith, and Gekkou himself defeats another Card Professor.

Kaiba arrives at the top of the tower, and duels Yakou in an attempt to regain his company. However, Gekkou defeats him with a combination of "The Wicked Avatar" and "The Wicked Dreadroot". Yakou had hoped to use this duel to call Pegasus' soul, but Kaiba is able to stop him with an override function. The final two Card Professors, Depre Scott and Richie Merced, duel Yugi and Gekkou. Yugi (without help from Yami Yugi) defeats Scott using "Toy Magician". Gekkou loses to Richie, however, but Joey has already found Téa, so it hardly matters. Confusing Gekkou for Yakoy, Joey assaults him, but is stopped by Yugi and apologizes. Yugi, Gekkou and Tristan continue into the tower, while Joey duels Bandit Keith, whom he defeats with "Gearfried the Iron Knight", freeing Keith from his fear in the process.

Yugi finally duels Yakou once more, and is able to defeat "The Wicked Avatar" using "Obelisk the Tormentor" and "Divine Evolution". Yakou is frustrated, but continues the duel with encouragement from Gekkou and his memories of Pegasus. Yugi ultimately defeats him, and control of KaibaCorp returns to Kaiba, while Yugi is reunited with Téa.

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of LightEdit

In Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light, the events of Battle City have just concluded, and Yugi now owns all three Egyptian God Cards. Seto Kaiba longs to finally defeat him, and he has a plan. He suspects that since Maximillion Pegasus created the Egyptian God Cards, he would have also created a way to beat them, just in case.

Meanwhile, Yugi Muto and Téa Gardner, seeking refuge from a mob of duelists wanting to face Yugi for the Egyptian Gods, stumble into Domino Museum, where they discover a new attraction on display. It's called the Pyramid of Light, and it looks a little like the Millennium Puzzle. Yugi's Grandpa Solomon Muto (who also happens to be visiting the museum) reads an inscription on the side of a sarcophagus (The eye that sees what's yet to come, its vision shall be fulfilled, unless blinded by events predetermined, thus light & shadows both be killed), triggering Yugi to have a strange vision about his Millennium Puzzle, the Pyramid of Light, Anubis, and Kaiba. After he wakes up, he finds the pyramid has been stolen, the sarcophagus is now empty, and Mokuba is standing outside. Mokuba says that Kaiba wants Yugi to bring his Duel Disk to the KaibaCorp Duel Dome immediately.

Yugi does so, switching with Yami Yugi on the way, and finds Kaiba ready to duel. Seto asks Mokuba to seal all the exits, forcing Yugi to duel him, but not before Joey Wheeler and Tristan Taylor find their way in to watch. Kaiba has obtained the card that defeat the Gods from Pegasus.

The duel goes on for what seems like an eternity, and Yugi is starting to suspect that there are dark forces at work - especially when Kaiba activates a Trap Card called the "Pyramid of Light", which not also bares a striking resemblance to the pyramid in the museum, but also prevents Yugi from Summoning any Egyptian Gods! Before long, Kaiba has his "Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon" on the field, but to Yugi's surprise, he Tributes it to summon a monster known as the "Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon", which is even stronger!

Kaiba could win the duel there and then, but he wants to humiliate Yugi by wiping him out with his own Egyptian Gods! His "Pyramid of Light" removed the Gods from play, and he wants to play "Return from the Different Dimension" to get them under his control. Of course, to do that, he needs to destroy his "Pyramid of Light" first, otherwise it would just destroy the Gods again. Kaiba commands his "Shining Dragon" to use its "Shining Nova" effect, which allows it to sacrifice itself to destroy anything on the field - and he aims it at the "Pyramid of Light". Suddenly, a ghostly voice calls out, "This I cannot allow!", and the Pyramid stays exactly where it is. Then, a man rises up from behind Kaiba, throws him aside, and takes over the duel himself. And he has the Pyramid of Light around his neck.

It's Anubis, the Egyptian Lord of the Dead, whom the Pharaoh destroyed 5000 years ago. But now he's back with his secret weapon - "Theinen the Great Sphinx"! On top of this, Téa, Joey, Tristan and Yugi are all trapped inside the Millennium Puzzle, leaving the Pharaoh to duel all alone. Putting all his faith into the cards, Yugi draws the "Double Spell" card, which allows him to discard his other Spell Card to activate "Monster Reborn" from the Kaiba's Graveyard. He uses it to revive "Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon", who can then destroy the "Pyramid of Light" (after it was weakened by Yugi from inside the Millennium Puzzle). With the Pyramid gone so is the "Great Sphinx", and Anubis is seemingly defeated. But, a giant Jackal arises from the remains of the Pyramid: it is the ancient Egyptian representation of Anubis the Lord of the Dead.

Kaiba and Yugi join forces, putting all their strength into the "Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon" card, and using Shining Nova to destroy Anubis once and for all. On top of it all, Pegasus was back to help them, and gets them out of the explosion in time.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule MonstersEdit

In Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters, Yugi had strange recurring nightmares about the Pharaoh being captured by an evil monster with glowing red eyes. This upsets him since his Millennium Puzzle always starts acting in a strange manner afterwards.

As if this wasn't bad enough, Solomon Muto, Yugi's grandfather, recently went on a "secret expedition" and was supposed to be back already. Yugi is worried about the fact that Solomon is missing, but when Joey Wheeler wins a trip for four to India, Yugi's mind drifts off of the idea.

Meanwhile, there is a new game on the block; the Capsule Monsters board game is the new fad in the Duel Monsters craze, and Yugi has already taken the opportunity to learn the rules of the game. When Joey breaks the news about the trip, Yugi and his friends could not contain their excitement. Yugi, Tristan Taylor, and Téa Gardner agree to take Joey's other three tickets.

Just when the plane approached its final destination, the engines cut out and the aircraft crash lands in a mysterious forest. After Yugi and his friends evacuate from the aircraft, they find a man who says his name is Dr. Alex Brisbane.

When Yugi lets slip to Brisbane that he is Solomon Muto's grandson, Brisbane tells him that he's a colleague of Grandpa, and on their latest expedition together he disappeared. Now Yugi knows just where Grandpa had gone, but the Pharaoh still suspects something. They just happen to win a trip; their plane just happens to crash; and they just happen to meet the man who was the last person to see Grandpa. It all seems a little bit coincidental. Brisbane shows Yugi and the gang where he last saw Solomon. Yugi and his friends are surprised when they discover that Brisbane last saw Solomon in a pyramid.

Brisbane explains that he believes it to be the legendary pyramid of Alexander the Great, and that it's supposed to contain some sort of ancient game. They check it out, narrowly avoiding a number of dangerous traps, and come across a room that, as Tristan put it, is the size of Cleveland. The floor looks like a giant map of different land types, which looks incredibly familiar to Yugi. Joey decides to check it out but, to everyone's surprise, disappears into thin air the second he steps on the map. Coming to the conclusion that Solomon must have gone to the same place as Joey, the rest of the gang decide to follow, leaving a bewildered Brisbane behind.

They find themselves in a forest, with Joey nowhere to be seen. Yugi notices a lot of egg-shaped rocks around, but before they can investigate, some giant cockroaches ("Gokibore"), and a giant praying mantis ("Kamakiriman") ambush them. Yugi, Tristan an Tea escape, but are split up in the process.

Yugi is cornered by the mantis, so the Pharaoh takes over to protect him. He accidentally touches one of the strange egg-shaped rocks whilst jumping, which somehow causes "Celtic Guardian" to appear. "Celtic Guardian" attacks the mantis, destroying it.

Back in the forest, "Celtic Guardian" disappears in a beam of light, transforming into a small capsule. Now, Yugi knows where he'd seen this before.

The heroes have to discover the secret of the Capsule Monsters world, and figure out how to escape the island. In addition, someone in the real world may desire to use the power of the Capsule Monsters for his own evil plans.

Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond TimeEdit

Yugi also appears in Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time. He joins forces with Jaden Yuki from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, as well as Yusei Fudo from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's against a time-travelling enemy named Paradox, who plans to kill Maximillion Pegasus so that Duel Monsters would never be created.

Paradox successfully brings a building down on top of Pegasus by attacking with "Cyber End Dragon", as he can manifest Duel Monsters physically. Hundreds of others were in the building at the time, including Solomon Muto. Yugi meets with Jaden and Yusei, who have traveled from the future using the powers of the Crimson Dragon. Yami Yugi, Jaden and Yusei join forces to defeat Paradox after the Crimson Dragon transports them back a half hour in time. The three share a Field and 4000 Life Points, with Paradox taking every other turn, as he's dueling on his own.

During the duel, Yami Yugi is able to use his mastery of card effects to easily Summon "Dark Magician" with "Ancient Rules", rescue "Stardust Dragon" from Paradox's control with "Miraculous Magic Gate" & combine the ATK of his "Dark Magician" & "Dark Magician Girl" with "Dark Magic Twin Burst" to destroy Paradox's "Malefic Paradox Dragon", all before Paradox Summons his most powerful card: "Malefic Truth Dragon" and fuses with his own monster. In the final turn, though, he & Jaden manage to convince an upset Yusei who is prepared to accept defeat into continuing the duel & manage to boost "Stardust Dragon's" ATK to 10,000 with "Black Spiral Force" and "Neos Spiral Force" to defeat Paradox and repair all the damage Paradox caused to their timelines. Following the duel, our heroes return to their respective timelines, with Yusei promising to protect the future so they can meet again, and duel Yugi the next time they meet.


Téa GardnerEdit

Téa has been Yugi's friend since childhood. Téa is in love with Yugi, but no one knows if she loves Yugi more than his other half. The fact that Yugi and Yami Yugi are two seperate beings causes her confusion as to who she really loves. She also does have feelings toward the original Yugi as it is shown in many episodes when Rebecca Hawkins hugs Yugi, Téa appears upset. She has also shown jealousy towards Mai Valentine for her initially flirtatious attitude towards Yugi during her first appearance at Duelist Kingdom, as well as Vivian Wong.

Yami Yugi/Pharaoh AtemEdit

After putting the Millenium Puzzle together, a "walk-in" spirit entered his mind and bonded with him. Yugi was initially unaware of Yami's existence and control of Yugi's body would involuntarily shift when Yugi or his friends are wronged. After finding out about the spirit, he was afraid of him, but eventually grew to accept this revelation as well as Yami himself. The two develop a bond, and Yugi begins to grow, becoming stronger as he remains in Yami's shadow. After winning the Ceremonial Duel, Yugi was upset to see him go, claiming that he was weak and wasn't ready. Yami, proud of him, tells him otherwise, and as he steps through the door to the afterlife, Yugi gives him a thumbs up, now ready to go on his own.

Joey WheelerEdit

Joey initially bullied Yugi along with Tristan, but after he saw how Yugi stood up to Ushio, he became a close friend to him. When he was possessed by Marik, Yugi took Yami's place to get his friend back to his senses. After Joey's first Duel with Marik, Yugi couldn't believe he was dead, and was in grief. Joey, likewise, was upset when Yugi's soul was taken by the Seal of Orichalcos.

Rebecca HawkinsEdit

Initially she was hostile to both Yugi and his grandfather accusing them of stealing her grandfather's Blue-Eyes White Dragon but this conflict is resolved very quickly. However, during her second appearance in the Waking the Dragons arc, Rebecca announces that she has taken Yugi as her boyfriend. Since then, Rebecca continues to express her romantic affection for Yugi, getting angry at Yami Yugi after his loss to Rafael. She also gets mad at Vivian when she tries to flirt with Yugi, and taunts her after beating her in a Duel. Then, during her Duel with Leon von Schroeder, she gets depressed when Yugi gets distracted by having to find his grandfather, who goes missing.

Gaming itemsEdit


Main article: Yugi Muto's Decks

Yugi's Decks are most famous for his "Dark Magician". Yugi's Deck probably has the most variety and balance of any other character's Deck in the series, and is sometimes referred to as a Strategy deck. His original Deck mostly composed of low Level EARTH and DARK monsters. The deck also originally had Exodia in it, which he used in the first episode to defeat Kaiba, but on the ship to the Duelist Kingdom, Weevil Underwood threw them overboard, and even though Joey Wheeler attempted to save them, only two of the five pieces were ever recovered, which were the head and the right arm.

During the Battle City arc, he keeps the theme of having EARTH and DARK monsters with dangerous effects. His Magnet Warriors become a major part of his Deck, as does his "Dark Magician Girl". His Deck from Battle City onward focuses more not only on his "Dark Magician", but also on his manipulation of his Magic Cards that are designed to destroy or negate the effects of his opponent's Magic and Trap Cards. The rarest card in his Deck (aside from the previously lost Exodia) is "Dark Magician", of which he has only one (though during Battle City when he was challenged by Arkana, the rules specified that the winner of the duel would obtain the loser's "Dark Magician". Although Yugi won, it's unknown whether he actually took Arkana's "Dark Magician"; however, if he did, he never used it. It is unlikely, though, that Yugi would use Arkana's "Dark Magician" card, as he determines during the duel that it has been tampered with, having its edges trimmed. Arkana did have two "Dark Magicians" though, so it isn't known if Yugi took one or not).

As the series progresses he adds more support for his "Dark Magicians", such as "Dark Magic Curtain", "Magical Dimension", "Dark Renewal", "Sage's Stone" and "Skilled Dark Magician".

During the Dawn of the Duel arc, Yugi uses a deck based around cards with a Toy theme and LV monsters such as "Silent Swordsman" and "Silent Magician". This deck represents the strength Yugi has without the help of Yami Yugi as well as his playful side.

When Yugi's Deck goes on tour at Duel Academy, the Copycat duelist Dimitri steals it and copies Yugi's voice, mannerisms and dueling style. While Dimitri copies Yugi's moves very well, he loses because he lacks the bond with the cards that Yugi has. This Deck is based around the "Dark Magician" and retrained Chaos varients of Yugi's Ritual Monsters.

In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, when Jaden travels to the past to duel Yugi, the deck Yugi uses is one of his Decks from after Battle City but before the Dawn of the Duel arc.

In Yu-Gi-Oh! R, Yugi uses a Toy Deck, centered around Yugi's childish side, using cards such as "Toy Magician" and "Toy Box".

In Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time, Yugi's deck focuses highly on his Dark Magician, as he has some new support cards in the movie never before seen in the anime.

Dice PoolEdit

In the Dungeon Dice Monsters video game, Yugi uses monsters that he used in the anime, which makes many Spellcaster-Type, with a small number of Warrior and Dragon-Type monsters.

Anime Dice Pool

Video game Dice Pool

Capsule Monster Chess piecesEdit

The first time Yugi faced Mokuba, he used the following Capsule Monster Chess pieces. He also used these in the anime against Warashibe.

When Yugi faced Mokuba in Death-T, his Capsule Monster Chess pieces were:


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  67. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 105: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::105|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  68. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 107: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::107|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  69. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 108: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::108|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  70. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 109: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::109|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  71. 71.0 71.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 110: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::110|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  72. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 111: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::111|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  73. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 113: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::113|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  74. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 114: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::114|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  75. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 116: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::116|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  76. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 118: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::118|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  77. Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 119: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::119|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  78. 78.0 78.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 120: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::120|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  79. 79.0 79.1 79.2 Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 121: {{#ask:Episode series::Yu-Gi-Oh!Episode number::121|?Translated Japanese episode name|?English episode name|link=none|format=template|template=PipeLink}}
  80. Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 122
  81. Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 124