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Yu-Gi-Oh!

Μanga and anime

Yu-Gi-Oh! is a Japanese manga series about gaming written and illustrated by Kazuki Takahashi. Two anime adaptations were produced; one by Toei Animation, which aired from April 4, 1998 to October 10, 1998, and another produced by NAS and animated by Studio Gallop titled Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters, which aired between April 2000 and September 2004.

Contents

Season One: Duelist KingdomEdit

The Heart of the CardsEdit

Kaiba: Draw your last pathetic card so I can end this, Yugi!
Yami: My grandfather's deck has no pathetic cards, Kaiba. But it does contain... the unstoppable Exodia!
Kaiba: What?! Exodia?!
Yami: I've assembled all five special cards... all five pieces of the puzzle!
[Exodia appears on the field before the Blue-Eyes White Dragons]
Kaiba: Exodia? It-it's not possible! No one's ever been able to call him!
Yami Yugi: Exodia, obliterate!

The Gauntlet is ThrownEdit

First DuelEdit

Trial by Red-EyesEdit

Everything's RelativeEdit

Kaiba: (thinking) I can't believe my associates would turn on me after a single defeat. Then again losing to Yugi since he had lost myself too.
Joey: Hey, Seto Kaiba, maybe we should duel sometime.
Kaiba: No thanks, I think I'll have much more of a challenge playing solitaire.

Give Up the GhostEdit

Face off, Part 1Edit

Face-off, Part 2Edit

Shinning FriendshipEdit

Yugi: What is happening to me? One minute I'm battling against Kaiba, the next minute I'm battling with myself. Suddenly there was this other presence inside me, willing to do anything to win the duel. And it took everything I had just to hold him back. But that gave Kaiba the opening he needed. I let Kaiba win the match, but I had no choice. That other presence may have seriously hurt Kaiba if I hadn't regained control. And now I'm afraid of what happens next time. What happens if I can't control it? No! I can't take that chance! And that means, I can never duel again.

Yugi: I almost couldn't control it! This other presence inside me! He was willing to go all the way against Kaiba!!
Joey: Another presence inside you?
Tristan: What do ya mean? What are you talkin' about, buddy?
Bakura: Like me, Yugi has some ancient spirit inside him. It has something to do with our Millennium Items.
Yugi: I'm afraid of this spirit inside me! So afraid, that I can never duel again!

Mai: Come on! What you're doing is pointless! Yugi's already given up on himself! You're not going to be able to keep fighting for him! He has to fight for himself! He has to stand up to anyone who dares to get in his way!! And whatever's going on in his head, Tea, Yugi has to deal with it on his own!
Yugi: Maybe Mai's right. Maybe I have to fight harder. Maybe I gave up too easily. What do you do when the thing you're fighting against is some kind of magical spirit that can take control of you? Something that's living inside you? What do you do then?

Champion vs. Creator, Part 1Edit

Champion vs. Creator, Part 2Edit

The Night BeforeEdit

Duel Identity, Part 1Edit

Yugi (thinking): I got be at my best if I'm gonna make it through these playoffs. But I also have to keep the spirit of my Millennium Puzzle in check. I mean if Pegasus can seal souls with his Millennium item, who knows what the spirit of the Puzzle might do to win against Mai?

Pharaoh: Yugi, please let me help you!
Yugi: No! I can risk turning you lose!

Pharaoh: Yugi, let me help you! If you continue to hold me back, everybody loses!

Duel Identity, Part 2Edit

Mai: So, Yugi, have you faced up to your fears? Whatever freaked you out in your battle with Kaiba, have you come to grips with it?
Yugi (thinking): How can I? Kaiba was willing to do anything to win the duel, and the spirit from my Millennium Puzzle was willing to do anything to stop him. But if I had attacked, Kaiba would have been seriously hurt. And I couldn't let that happen, even if it cost me the duel. No matter how badly I need to rescue Grandpa, hurting someone else is something I will not do.
Pharaoh: I meant no harm. I only wanted to help. And I vow never to go against your wishes again.
Yugi: how can I believe you?
Pharaoh: Your grandfather once told you to trust in the power of the Millennium Puzzle, remember?
Yugi: Maybe you're right.

Keith's Machination, Part 1Edit

Keith's Machination, Part 2Edit

Best of Friends, Best of Duelists: Part 1Edit

Best of Friends, Best of Duelists: Part 2Edit

Match of the Millennium, Part 1Edit

Match of the Millennium, Part 2Edit

Match of the Millennium, Part 3Edit

Match of the Millennium, Part 4Edit

Match of the Millennium, Part 5Edit

The AftermathEdit

(After entering Yugi's subconscious mind via the Millennium Key)
Shadi: Incredible! This youth's mind contains two chambers. Never have I seen such a thing. One is a room of pure innocence, devoid of malice. Purity of soul I sense could not possibly belong to the thief who stole Pegasus' Millennium Eye. But, wait. The other chamber- I detect another presence. And this soul is much more mysterious.
The Pharaoh: It's all right. You may enter my chamber if that is what you desire. But I warn you, tread cautiously. I will allow no harm to come to the boy whose vessel I share. Your presence here intrigues me.
Shadi: In the past I have ventured into minds of many people. But never have I encountered such a strange soul here. I feel as though I am in the tomb of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh.
The Pharaoh: I don't know how you entered my mind. Explain yourself before you trespass further! I demand an explanation for your intrusion!
Shadi: I seek a criminal who has stolen the power of a Millennium Item. It has been five long millennia since those items were created.

The Wrath of RebeccaEdit

The Pharaoh: You did it. You saved everyone, Yugi.
Yugi: We both did. And I don't even know your name.
The Pharaoh: I've been called many things throughout the ages. Pharaoh, Yu-Gi-Oh! I've been known as Yami.
Yugi: Well, Yami, I'm glad to have you as my friend.
Pharaoh: Good, because I'm glad to be one.

(The scene shows Yugi and Rebecca dueling)
Yugi: Now listen to me, Rebecca. I'm only going to say this one more time, my grandpa didn't steal your Blue-Eyes White Dragon!
Rebecca: (angrily) You're lying! He did! He did! He did steal it! It was my grandpa's favorite and your grandpa took it from him. You won't get away with this, you thieves!
Solomon: Rebecca.
Rebecca: Now what?
Solomon: There's a story that you need to hear, Rebecca. It's the story of how I met your grandfather, Professor Arthur Hawkins and of the danger we faced together.
Rebecca: In other words, more of your lies! Forget it!
Solomon: No, it's true and be assured it's one of the most frightening experiences I have in my entire life.
Rebecca: Humph. I'm so sure.
Solomon: It happened years ago, but it's an adventure I'll never forget.
(In a flashback in Egypt)
Solomon: I have traveled to Egypt to participate in an archaeological dig. A brand new discovery been made not far from the Great Pyramids. We all wondered what Ancient Egyptian secrets will soon be unearthed. The desert was hotter and drier than I expected. So it was fortunate that I soon made a friend.
(He tries to drink water but his carton is emptied and suddenly Arthur Hawkins decided to give him his water)
Arthur: (handling his water carton) You look like you could use some cool water.
Solomon: How could I thank you?
(He drinks the water and spit it out)
Solomon: I guzzle it down a little too quick. But my new friend Professor Arthur Hawkins was just assumed my enthusiasm, he was a kind and very brilliant man.
(Back to the duel)
Solomon: But in his field of archaeology, he was viewed as a extremely radical thinker.
Tea: How come?
Solomon: His theories, he believed that Duel Monsters may have played some mysterious part in Egyptian history. Am I'm right, Rebecca?
Rebecca: Hmm...
Yugi: I don't understand, Grandpa.
Solomon: His studies of hieroglyphics, the ancient Egyptians' writing, kept turning up one particular word over and over again. And that one word was "Duel".
Tea: Duel?
Yugi: But why?
Solomon: It was a mysterious.
(Arthur and Solomon are inside an ancient chamber)
Solomon: Using duel as a keyword, he worked towards a new interpretation of Egyptian history. And he came into a astonishes conclusion.
Arthur: It's here, my friend, in these hieroglyphs. "By the spirits of the River Nile, I combined magic and monsters to vanquish my enemy in our battle this day".
Solomon: What on earth could that mean?
Arthur: If I'm correct, it has to do with incredible contests in which ancient Egyptians participated. Contests with high stakes. I believe, duels.
Solomon: What kind of duels?
Arthur: I think you'll find the answer in that inscription, Solomon.
(Arthur hands out a deck of monster cards)
Arthur: Look at this.
Solomon: Duel Monster cards.
Arthur: Now take a look at those ancient drawings.
(Solomon finds out that the monster card looks exactly the same like the one in the carving)
Solomon: The images are nearly the same.
Arthur: Which leads me to believe the Ancient Egyptians must have played the similar game to our own.
Solomon: What an amazing discovery! When you present this to your fellow scholars, you'll revolutionize the field of Egyptology.
Arthur: We shall see.
(Flashback ends)
Solomon: But Arthur's colleagues ridiculed his theories and dismissed them his wild fantasy. Even in the face of such disbelieved, he bravely stood his ground and continued his difficult research into the ancient game of Duel Monsters. He invited me to join him in his work and I helped the best of I could. In time, he discovered a link between the game and the Millennium Items.
Yugi: What kind of link?
Solomon: It's still very mysterious, Yugi.
(Arthur and Solomon are in an ancient tomb)
Arthur: The Ancient Egyptians didn't play this game for fun or money, Solomon. But rather for the power to rule the world.
Solomon: How could that be?
Arthur: The inscriptions tell of a place called the Shadow Realm where terrible monsters dwell and powerful warriors battled for dominion over the Earth. Apparently, the Ancient Egyptians actually played the game in that mysterious realm and the stakes are caught in this inscription with the fate of the Earth.

The Ties of FriendshipEdit

Legendary Heroes, Part 1Edit

Legendary Heroes, Part 2Edit

Legendary Heroes, Part 3Edit

Dungeon Dice Monsters, Part 1Edit

Dungeon Dice Monsters, Part 2Edit

Dungeon Dice Monsters, Part 3Edit

Dungeon Dice Monsters, Part 4Edit

Season Two: Battle CityEdit

The Mystery Duelist, Part 1Edit

Yugi: If I have to duel, I'm gonna need the spirit of the Puzzle to help me.
Pharaoh: I can barely hear you, Yugi. Our bond is weak. It's hard to maintain contact. I'm afraid I won't be able to help you with this duel. You'll have to fight him...alone.
Yugi: Alone!? But I've never fought a duel without you! And if I'm defeated I'll lose you forever!
Pharaoh: You can defeat him! Just trust yourself and your deck, and you'll find the way.
Yugi: Alright.
Pharaoh: Be very careful, Yugi. I sense a great evil.
Yugi: Spirit!!

The Mystery Duelist, Part 2Edit

[Marik has just attempted to regain control of Bandit Keith]
Marik Ishtar: It seems the Duel is not yet done. You can still win the match and claim my Millennium prize!
Bandit Keith: [gets up] STOP!!! STOP TALKING TO ME!!! [picks up a length of pipe and swings it ravenously in an attempt to stop Marik] Where are ya?! Show yourself!
Marik Ishtar: Obey me and duel!
Yugi: Keith, stop! No!
[Keith attacks the images until he hits a control box, causing sparks and live wires to split, which they laid on tanks of gasoline then explodes]

Tristan: Yeah, brilliant, putting the rod in the hole and pulling really hard.
Joey: Say what!?
Tristan: Say nothing!
Joey and Tristan: [in unison] We'll be good.

Yugi: I've got to solve the Millennium Puzzle and fast!! Time is running out! And this fire is getting worse! Focus! If I solve the Puzzle, I save the spirit! Even if I don't make it out, at least he will!

Tea: I'm glad those guys are OK, but I'm not. I mean, someone's after Yugi's Millennium Puzzle. And because of that, I almost lost him today. Ever since Yugi first solved that Puzzle and bonded with the spirit inside, everyone's been trying to get their hands on it lately. And I know we haven't the last of whoever it is who's after Yugi.

The Past is PresentEdit

Ishizu Ishtar: Kaiba, do you believe in destiny?
Seto Kaiba: Doesn't matter.
Ishizu Ishtar: Ancient Egyptians thought that the true path of one's life is predetermined because history repeats itself throughout the ages in a neverending circle. They would say it was not your choice to come here for it was destined for the two of us would meet.
Seto Kaiba: Look, all that nonsense may interest you, but I didn't come here for Egyptian history 101. I came here because you said it will be worth my while, but it looks like you're wasting my time. If there's a point to all of this, let's get to it already, I have a company to run. You said you have a exclusive offer for me.
(Back to when Ishizu is talking to Kaiba on the phone)
Seto Kaiba: I know everything about Duel Monsters and there is nothing like Exodia. So quit the charade and tell me what's going on.
Ishizu Ishtar: All in good time, Kaiba. Duel Monsters is based upon a 5000-year-old game, it was played by Ancient Egyptians for power and was extremely dangerous.
Seto Kaiba: Who cares?
Ishizu Ishtar: Maximillion Pegasus did, he fell in love with the game and decided to reinvented for modern times.
Seto Kaiba: What's your point?
Ishizu Ishtar: I get it, unbeknownst to most duelists. Pegasus created a series of all powerful cards that were never released to the public. It was no surprise that he kept the best monsters for himself.

(In the Domino Museum)
Ishizu Ishtar: I've secured the most precious artifacts here. We've recovered stone carvings that depict the earliest known games played in Egypt. I'm sure you'll find it most familiar. Kaiba, behold the origin of Duel Monsters!
(Kaiba enters when suddenly he sees a stone tablet sealed in display)
Seto Kaiba: It can't be... These carvings look like Duel Monsters Cards! Then that means your story is true!
Ishizu Ishtar: I see you've come to your senses. Furthermore there's a theory that in ancient times these monsters were real. Egyptian sorcerers summoned monsters to earth to do their bidding, but they soon realized that the monsters could not be control. They destroyed villages and brought earth to the brink of destruction. The citizens turned to the pharaoh for help, though he could not defeat the monsters. He managed to use his magic to seal them away in stone tablets and brought peace to the world. However, overtime evil sorcerers learned how to control the monsters and released them from the tablets. With their army of powerful monsters, the sorcerers were confident that no one could stand in their way. They betrayed the pharaoh and wage an all-out war against him. This is the one you must look at.
Seto Kaiba: Hm?
Ishizu Ishtar: This carving is the reason I called you here tonight. It depicts one of the main conflicts in the war between the pharaoh and his greatest opponent, closely examine this artifact. After this moment, Kaiba, your life will never be the same.
(Kaiba sees that the pharaoh looks like Yugi)
Seto Kaiba: That's the pharaoh?! But, that's Yugi! And the monster card above him is the Dark Magician!
Ishizu Ishtar: On the left is the sorcerer fighting against him.
(Kaiba is shocked to see that the pharaoh's greatest opponent is none other than an ancient Egyptian version of him)
Ishizu Ishtar: That's you, Kaiba! If you still have any doubt, look at his monster. It's the Blue-Eyes White Dragon!

Ishizu: The hieroglyphics read that the mighty sorcerer marched into the Pharaoh's chambers and challenged him and his legion of loyal magicians to a legendary duel with the fate of the world at stake. The Pharaoh accepted the sorcerer's challenge, and their epic battle began. Today, five thousand years later, the this epic battle is played out once again. Do you see? Now do you believe in destiny, Kaiba?
Kaiba: This is ridiculous! This piece of rock has got to be a fake!!
Ishizu: If you won't trust my word, then you must see into the past and glimpse a part of the battle firsthand, which I can help you do with my Millennium Necklace. Now, open your mind and see into the past!

Ishizu: The duel raged on with neither side showing any mercy. They summoned monsters that were increasingly more powerful and dangerous. The winner of the duel is written here, but as you can see, the hieroglyphics have been worn away.
Kaiba: I see.
Ishizu: But although we do not know the outcome, we can deduce who was victorious.

Yugi: I wish we knew more about our new enemy. He said he was familiar with the power of a Millennium Item. I bet he has one.
Pharaoh: That must be how he controls people's minds.
Yugi: But who is he?
Pharaoh: I don't know.
Yugi: Then how can we stop him!?
Pharaoh: Don't worry. As long as we stay connected, you and I can face anything.
Yugi: Maybe. But what if I...fail again? How do I know that I won't lose you?
Pharaoh: I believe in you, Yugi.

Steppin' OutEdit


Yugi: Ready or not, Spirit, this is where you take over.
Yami: [Shouting at the Millennium Puzzle] Hey Yugi... I'm not... you can't... this isn't a duel! [Sees Tea watching] Oh, hello.

Obelisk the TormentorEdit

Ishizu: Welcome, Yami. I've been expecting you.
Pharaoh: who are you?
Ishizu: I am Ishizu. And I've uncovered many mysteries about you and these ancient carvings using the magic of my Millennium Necklace.
Pharaoh: Another Millennium Item.
Ishizu: Like your Millennium Puzzle, this necklace affords me certain powers. With it, I have gazed five thousand years into the past, to a time when evil sorcerers threatened to destroy the entire world.

Stalked by the Rare HuntersEdit

Master of Magicians, Part 1Edit

Master of Magicians, Part 2Edit

Mime Games, Part 1Edit

Yugi: Marik keeps talking about "wanting the power of the Pharaoh." But you are the Pharaoh. If you really all this power inside you, don't you think that we would know about it? I guess you must if saved the world. But what happened?
Yami: It's all still unclear.

Mime Games, Part 2Edit

The RescueEdit

Friends 'till the End, Part 1Edit

Friends 'till the End, Part 2Edit

Yugi: Tea's right! I have an idea!
Pharaoh: What is it?
Yugi: I may have come up with a way to save Joey, and get us outta this mess!
Pharaoh: What's that?
Yugi: Well, it came to me when Tea reminded us of our friendship. There's a chance we can break through to the real Joey. I think you should let me duel in your place.
Pharaoh: But why?
Yugi: Because through thick and thin, Joey and I have always shared a really strong bond. A bond I think might break through to him now. We've been through so much together, like the time when he rescued me from that fire. Joey and Tristan risked their lives for me, and now it's my turn.
Pharaoh: This is a very dangerous match, Yugi.
Yugi: I know it is. But I can't let that stop me. I feel in my heart that if there's anyone in the world who can get through to Joey right now, it's me.
Pharaoh: But, Yugi...
Yugi: I'm ready to go in there and do whatever I have to do! Joey's my best friend and I know he'd do the exact same thing for me. Please understand, Yami. This isn't something I want to do, it's something I feel I have to do.
The Pharaoh: Well, Yugi, if you feel that strongly...Then go. Go and rescue your best friend and know that I will be right here should you need me.
(the two switch spirits)

Marik: What!? No!! I want the Pharaoh! Not this little runt! I want to defeat the ancient ruler!! That spineless coward! He sent little Yugi to protect himself!! You cheat!! I want to destroy the Pharaoh!! But then again, this may be just what I needed. I can win this duel with ease now that I'm up against little Yugi instead of the Pharaoh. And it doesn't really matter which one of them I defeat. I'll still win the Millennium Puzzle and Slifer the Sky Dragon!!

Pharaoh: Yugi, this is getting too dangerous!! I'm taking over!
Yugi: No! I can't let you, Yami! I need to do this myself.
Pharaoh: But Yugi-
Yugi: You have to trust me on this one 'casue I know I can save him. Since the day I solved the Millennium Puzzle, you've given hope, courage, and confidence. You even helped me to make new friends. But I can't go through my life depending on you. I need to know that even without the Millennium Puzzle I can still be on my own if I have to. I guess what I'm trying to say is that I can be like you without you.

Friends 'till the End, Part 3Edit

Friends 'till the End, Part 4Edit

Friends 'till the End, Part 5Edit

Joey: Hey, Yuge, I'm that Millennium Puzzle is back where it belongs.
Yugi: That reminds me. I owe a big thanks to you too, Yami. You trusted me to handle this on my own. I could never have broken through to Joey if you didn't believe in me. You and I make a great team, but it's nice to know that I have the strength to hold my own if I have to. And you helped me find that strength inside myself.

Shadow of a DuelEdit

[Yami Bakura is dueling Bonz in a cemetery]
Yami Bakura: Time to begin our Duel, so get ready. [Draws a card] Are you aware of the legend of this cemetery?
Bonz: What legend?
Yami Bakura: Listen, this very cemetery is haunted by the ghost of a knight who lost his head in battle. [Discreetly places a monster card on his duel disk]
Bonz: [Nervously] What?
Yami Bakura: When the clock strikes midnight, he rises up from his grave in search of his missing head.
Bonz: [Nervously] I... don't believe you.
[Yami Bakura's "Headless Knight" monster bursts from the ground, with 1450 Attack points]
Yami Bakura: [Laughs evilly] Meet "Headless Knight"!
Bonz: AAAGHH!

The Dark Spirit Revealed, Part 1Edit

The Dark Spirit Revealed, Part 2Edit

The Dark Spirit Revealed, Part 3Edit

Yami Bakura: Marik, I must step in!! I still need Bakura and I can't risk his health! He holds the Millennium Ring and my spirit!! I must protect him for the moment!!

Yugi: The Millennium Ring is a lot like my Puzzle. It holds an ancient spirit who depends on someone else so it can exist. And even though the spirit of the Ring is evil and controls Bakura against his will, it seems to still need Bakura in order to survive. But there's big difference between Bakura and I, Yami.
The Pharaoh: What's that?
Yugi: The spirit inside my item is my friend. And you and I are always there to support each other. You were to help me when my grandfather was in trouble, and now I'm here to help you rescue the world from evil.

Rage of the Egyptian GodsEdit

Awakening of Evil, Part 1Edit

Awakening of Evil, Part 2Edit

Awakening of Evil, Part 3Edit

Awakening of Evil, Part 4Edit

Mind Games, Part 1Edit

Mind Games, Part 2Edit

A Duel with Destiny, Part 1Edit

A Duel with Destiny, Part 2Edit

The Tomb Keeper's SecretEdit

Showdown in the Shadows: Marik vs. Bakura, Part 1Edit

Showdown in the Shadows: Marik vs. Bakura, Part 2Edit

Yami Bakura: You fool! Don't realize that I am the darkness!? I cannot be destroyed!

Season Three: Enter the Shadow RealmEdit

Isolated in CyberspaceEdit

Freeze Play, Part 1Edit

Freeze Play, Part 2Edit

Courtroom Chaos, Part 1Edit

Courtroom Chaos, Part 2Edit

Merger of the Big Five, Part 1Edit

Merger of the Big Five, Part 2Edit

Merger of the Big Five, Part 3Edit

Merger of the Big Five, Part 4Edit

Settling the Score, Part 1Edit

Settling the Score, Part 2Edit

Brothers in Arms, Part 1Edit

Brothers in Arms, Part 2Edit

Brothers in Arms, Part 3Edit

Noah: So, you think I'm insane for wanting to claim what's rightfully mine?
Kaiba: No, I think you're insane for trapping me in a virtual computer program and forcing me to duel you! Just to prove to your daddy that you're not the failure he thinks you are!! Well, I'm here to prove that you are!!

Noah's Final Threat, Part 1Edit

Noah's Final Threat, Part 2Edit

So Close, Yet So FarEdit


Gozaboro: Seto, don't you realize I treated you better than I even treated my own son?
Kaiba: Thanks for nothing.

Burying the PastEdit

Back to Battle CityEdit

The Darkness Returns, Part 1Edit

The Darkness Returns, Part 2Edit

The Darkness Returns, Part 3Edit

The Darkness Returns, Part 4Edit

Battle for the Bronze, Part 1Edit

Battle for the Bronze, Part 2Edit

The Final Face-off, Part 1Edit

Yami Marik: Meet my next victim!
The Pharaoh: Yugi!
Yami Marik: Do you understand what's at stake here!? Lose the duel and Yugi goes to the Shadow Realm!

Yami Marik: I will not be destroyed!!

The Final Face-off, Part 2Edit

The Final Face-off, Part 3Edit

The Final Face-off, Part 4Edit

One for the RoadEdit

Moving Back and Moving AheadEdit

Season Four: Waking the DragonsEdit

A New Evil, Part 1Edit

A New Evil, Part 2Edit

Legend of the DragonsEdit

Joey: Now why does all these weird stuff always happen to us? [Yugi is silent] You've gotta admit, it's true.
[Rebecca runs up to meet Yugi]
Rebecca: Yugi! [Hugs Yugi]
Yugi: [Very surprised] Uh, hey....you!
Rebecca: Oh no, don't tell me you forgot about me already!
Tristan: Yet another weird event to add to the list.
Joey: And this one tops them all.
Tristan: It's probably best if we don't interfere!
Tea: [Leaning towards Yugi] Do you know this person, Yugi?
Yugi: Um, I don't think so.
Rebecca: Maybe this will refresh your memory! [Holds up a card]
Yugi: [After flashback] Ah, Rebecca!
Joey: It's that brat!
Rebecca: Hi! [Big smile; waves her hand]
Joey: Wait, she looks different. Did she get a haircut or something?
Tristan: No dude, she traded her teddy bear for glasses.
Rebecca: [Hugs Yugi] I don't need a bear... now that I've got a boyfriend to protect me!
Tea: Um, excuse me? A boyfriend!?
Rebecca: [Another hug] My grandpa is also really excited to see you Yugi!
Yugi: Professor Hawkins?
Rebecca: Yeah, he's waiting at the Museum.
Tea: Grrr... [Anime vein throb]

The Creator ReturnsEdit

An Unexpected EnemyEdit

My Freaky Valentine, Part 1Edit

My Freaky Valentine, Part 2Edit

My Freaky Valentine, Part 3Edit

The ChallengeEdit

Fate of the Pharaoh, Part 1Edit

Fate of the Pharaoh, Part 2Edit

Yugi: Pharaoh, no!
The Pharaoh: Let go!
Yugi: No! You don't know what you're doing!
Pharaoh: Let go!!
Yugi: Listen to me!! This card is affecting your mind!!
Pharaoh: We're going to lose the duel!! Can't you see!!? trust me! It's the only way, Yugi! We must do this! Now let me go!!
Yugi: Please don't play that card!
Pharaoh: Now I activate the Seal of Orichalcos!
Rafael: Excellent. So, tell me. How do ya feel?

Fate of the Pharaoh, Part 3Edit

Yugi: Pharaoh, I won't let his happen to you!!
Pharaoh: Yugi, no! What are you doing here!!?
Yugi: It only needs one of us. So I'm letting the Seal take me instead.
Pharaoh: NO!! YUGI!!

Pharaoh: No, Joey. It's far from alright. I didn't outsmart him. He succeeded. Yugi's gone.

Joey: I don't get it. How can you be talkin' to us if he took your soul?
Pharaoh: Not mine!! Yugi's!! It's all my fault!! Yugi, come back!! It should've been me, not him!! It's not fair!!

Trial by StoneEdit

Tea: How'd it go? Is everything OK?
Joey: Not quite. We got a problem guys.
Tea: What do you mean?
Tristan: Yugi didn't win. He's gone.
Tea: Wha-
Tristan: You heard me. Yugi got beat, Tea!
Tea: You're wrong! If Yugi really lost that duel, those creeps would have taken his soul with their freaky magic card, Tristan!!
Joey: So what's your point, Tea?
Tea: My point!? If he's lost how can he be standing right...behind me? Oh no.
Rebecca: Yugi, talk to me. What's wrong!? Why are you acting so strange!?
Pharaoh: Rebecca, they got him.
Rebecca: Got who?
Pharaoh: Yugi.

Pharaoh: I know. This whole thing's my fault. I'm the one who unleashed the magic that took Yugi away.
Rebecca: You knew that card was evil and you still played it!? If you really were a brave pharaoh, you would never have done something like that to poor, little Yugi!!
Tea: Now hold on.
Pharaoh: I'm afraid Rebecca's right.
Joey: What's done is done.
Pharaoh: I let everyone down. Especially Yugi. He warned me not to play the Seal of Oricalcos card, but my rage took control.

Rafael: Master, I'll have you know the strongest soul on Earth has been captured.
Dartz: Ah, yes. The Pharaoh.
Weevil: Pharaoh?
Rex: What pharaoh?
Dartz: Unfortunately, you failed again.
Valon: That's right. The soul of the Pharaoh's still out there, Rafael.
Dartz: Now watch and learn. The Pharaoh's spirit inhabits the body of a young man. And what we have here is a clear case of mistaken identity.
Rex: No way!
Weevil: Yugi?
Valon: Instead of the Pharaoh, you got the soul of some kid!
Rafael: I still don't understand.
Dartz: Then you need to clean out your ears, your oversized baboon. Both of their spirits inhabit one body! Get it!? You captured the wrong soul!
Rafael: But how!? I was pretty sure I was dueling the Pharaoh! So the Orichcalos should have sealed him!
Dartz: Well, apparently you're not as perceptive as you think you are because he got away!!

On the Wrong Track, Part 1Edit

On the Wrong Track, Part 2Edit

On the Wrong Track, Part 3Edit

Self DestructionEdit

Reliving the PastEdit

Deck of ArmorEdit

Flight of Fear, Part 1Edit

Flight of Fear, Part 2Edit

Paradise FoundEdit

Fighting for a Friend, Part 1Edit

Fighting for a Friend, Part 2Edit

Fighting for a Friend, Part 3Edit

Fighting for a Friend, Part 4Edit

Fighting for a Friend, Part 5Edit

Joey: congratulations. You win.
(Collapses from exhaustion)
Mai: Joey, no!! You're wrong. I never attacked so you didn't lose the duel.
Joey: But, I'm too exhausted...to finish.
Mai: I won't let the Orichalcos take you away, Joey.
Joey: It's too late for that. I already lost the duel, so there's no turnin' back. I'm just glad that if one of us had to lose our soul, it didn't have to be you, Mai.
Mai: Don't say that.
Joey: Hey, Mai, that was one of the greatest duels I ever fought. Thank you.
(His spirit is taken by the Seal, leaving Mai horrified)
Mai: Joey!! NO!!
(The fragment of the Orchicalcos on her choker shatters)
Dartz: She's been set free! Ah! But what's this? It seems miss Valentine has served her purpose.

(Mai hold Joey's lifeless body, her eyes full of tears)
Mai: Joey, wait! Snap out of it! This is all my fault! I was angry and confused, and I blamed all my loneliness on you! So I tried to get rid of you. How can I be so selfish? You're the only one who ever cared about me. You're the closest friend I ever had, and how did I repay you? By leaving you for a madman who promised me power. I'll make him regret the day he ever met Mai Valentine!!

Grappling with a Guardian, Part 1Edit

Grappling with a Guardian, Part 2Edit

Grappling with a Guardian, Part 3Edit

A Duel with Dartz, Part 1Edit

Tristan: Dude, what's with all these people chiseled in stone?
Tea: They're just any people! Take a look!
The Pharaoh: Oh no! that's Mai and Weevil!
Tristan: This must be everyone who lost their soul!
The Pharaoh: Yugi!

A Duel with Dartz, Part 2Edit

(Dartz, Yami Yugi, and Kaiba hovering above the city of Atlantis)
Dartz: Behold, the lost city of Atlantis and all its glory. Just as it was 10,000 years ago, a perfect civilization or so I thought. Surrounded by oceans as far as the eye could see, we were isolated from the rest of the world.
(A scene depicts the once glorious city of Atlantis and all of Earth's creatures)
Dartz: Our lives were simple, we existed side by side with all of Earth's creatures and we knew nothing of violence. But, then that changed.
(a meteor shower rains upon Atlantis)
Dartz: Darkness ascended upon us and a strange substance rained down from the heavens. A substance that will change our lives.
Yami Yugi: The Orichalcos.
Seto Kaiba: Please tell me that story time is over, I like to duel.
Dartz: The tale of my past directly affects the fate of your future. So if I were you, I pay close attention.
(it seems the city of Atlantis had changed)
Dartz: Now thanks to the stones of the Orichalcos, the people of Atlantis needed advancement in technology that were never before imagine. And soon, I ruled over the most highly developed civilization the world had ever known. However, with progress comes greed and eventually violence, I knew what had to be done. But, my father, former king Ironheart had different ideas.
Yami Yugi: (shocked) Ironheart was your father?! But how?
Seto Kaiba: If you ask questions, this ridiculous story is never going to end.
Dartz: That old fool never had what took to be king and on my 21st birthday, he allowed me to take over and filled his unimpressive shoes. So as technology continues to advance and the hearts of my people continue to seek deeper into the darkness. It was up to me to remedy the situation, the citizens of Atlantis were growing more and more selfish. And if I didn't act soon, I would lose complete control, but even I couldn't have imagine what would happen next.
(The Orichalcos began to show the true nature of the Atlanteans)
Dartz: The Orichalcos began to test us, it revealed the truth about who we were.
(The people of Atlantis are beginning to turn into monsters)
Dartz: Those who were wicked on the inside became wicked on the outside.
(Meanwhile, Fiona is struggling)
Dartz: Fiona, are you all right?
Dartz: Wait, come back! What's going on?!
(Dartz soon finds out that his beloved wife also turned into a monster)
Dartz: Fiona!
Dartz: I didn't realize it first, but the true colors of my people were revealed to me that day.
Dartz: But why? Why is this happening?
(a bright green light appears in the water fountain)
Dartz: I couldn't understand how a society as perfect as ours could crumble like this.
(He picks up an Orichalcos stone)
Dartz: But soon the Orichalcos would answer all my questions. The people of Atlantis were evil and I have been chosen to wipe them out and start over again. But I couldn't accomplish such a task on my own, I was but one man so the Orichalcos gave me a gift, something powerful enough to lead my fight against mankind. For deep below the Earth's surface lives the most incredible creature ever lived, the Great Leviathan! And it was mine, and shortly that this great beast will return to finish what it began!
Dartz: I was ready to begin my task of recreating civilization on Earth, but one person stood in my way.
(A scene where Ironheart, Chris, and Skye are in the throne room)
Ironheart: My son, you know what you have to do. Destroy those Orichalcos stones so we can return the light we once knew.
(Dartz sitting on his throne with a gold eye)
Dartz: (laughs) Do you honestly believe that we can go back to the way things were. It's too late for that, Father.
Ironheart: But, Dartz...
Dartz: The true nature of our people have been exposed. We now know that the citizens of this planet are evil and must be destroy!
Ironheart: What?!
Dartz: You heard me, old man! We should be thanking the Orichalcos for showing us the truth. Not blaming it for the faults of mankind, but this mysterious substance that rained down above us had open up my eyes. Not only has it showed me what's wrong, it's given me the tools to fix it. For now I have the power to awaken a mighty creature known as the Great Leviathan! And by the power of the Orichalcos, this beast will rise up from the depths of the earth and fight by my side! And when I'm through, I shall rebuild civilization!
(The stones have summoned an army of Orichalcos soldiers)
Ironheart: Dartz! What's going on?!
(Dartz laughs evilly)
Dartz: Meet my Orichalcos soldiers!
Chris: (scared) Grandpa, I'm scared!
Dartz: If you join my side, you have nothing to fear. If not, farewell.
Ironheart: We'll never join you! Never! Let's go, Chris!
(They escape from the throne room)
Dartz: Have it your way.
(Dartz appears on his balcony and addresses his army)
Dartz: The time has come to cleanse the world of its impurities! So arise my children and conquer the people of Earth! And this planet shall be yours!
(Meanwhile Ironheart, Chris, and Skye are walking from their city and they enter a cave)
Chris: What are we going to do, Grandpa?
Ironheart: Your father is under the control of an evil force and he must be stopped. The future of our planet depends on it. Through there, hurry!
(Chris and Skye suddenly runs through an carving of monsters on the walls)
Chris: What's there? Why are those monsters carved in stone?
Ironheart: We've come here to ask for their help.
(The scene depicts the battle of Atlantis between Dartz's Orichalcos army and Ironheart's army of monsters)
Dartz: And so the Battle of Atlantis began! You see my father had opened up a gateway to the Dominion of the Beasts and he used the monsters within to form an army of his own.
Yami Yugi: Tell me, what was the battle's outcome?
Dartz: Neither side were victorious and Atlantis sunk to the bottom of the sea. My father's monster army were scattered around the world and sealed away until they be needed again. The Leviathan was drained of its power and also sealed away. It's taken me 10,000 years to gather the energy necessary to bring it back. All that's left of me to do is to defeat you two in this duel. Then your souls will awaken the Great Leviathan and my plan will finally come to pass.
Seto Kaiba: Hold on! We already defeated you! Our Master of Dragon Soldier should've wipe out the rest of your life points.
Dartz: Perhaps it should have, but I'm afraid it didn't. Your pathetic attack failed short of its target. So this duel is still on.

A Duel with Dartz, Part 3Edit

The Pharaoh: You'll never take them away from us, Dartz!!
Dartz: That's right, Pharaoh. Let your anger consume you. Feel the darkness within you beginning to spread. The stronger your rage, the more powerful the Great Leviathan will be when it absorbs your soul. Now where we? Ah, yes. Mirror Knight Yugi. It's time to attack your other half.
The Pharaoh: No, Yugi! Fight it! I know you can hear me!!
(Yugi struggles against Dartz's command)
Dartz: What's this? My soldier is still loyal to you? How touching. Even though you turned your back on him, he refuses to seek revenge. That will soon change.
The Pharaoh: We'll see.

A Duel with Dartz, Part 4Edit

A Duel with Dartz, Part 5Edit

Dartz: Don't worry, Pharaoh. Your friends are fine. I don't need weak souls. I just wanted to spend some quality time with you, one-on-one. Is that so wrong?
Pharaoh: That's enough!
Dartz: But there's something I think you'll want to know. You and I met five thousand years ago when you king of Egypt. We may not have been officially introduced but I was there watching you.
Pharaoh: Go on.
Dartz: When the battle of Atlantis ended, I thought the Leviathan was gone forever. That is until I met you.
Pharaoh: Hold on! What does that evil creature of yours have to do with me!?
Dartz: I thought you'd never ask.

A Duel with Dartz, Part 6Edit

Rise of the Great Beast, Part 1Edit

Dark Magician Girl: Monsters, unite. Without us all hope is lost. We must join forces with the humans! And together we shall defeat the Great Beast. Now go!

Dartz: My Leviathan is fueled by the darkness of my prisoners!
The Pharaoh: Wrong, Dartz!! I was able to transfer the darkness in their hearts to light! A light which now fuels my beasts!!

Rise of the Great Beast, Part 2Edit

Capsule MonstersEdit

Getting PlayedEdit

Divide and ConquerEdit

Reunited at LastEdit

Fortress of FearEdit

Eye of the StormEdit

Trial of Light and ShadowEdit

Red-Eyes Black CurseEdit

Fruits of EvolutionEdit

The Fiendish Five, Part 1Edit

The Fiendish Five, Part 2Edit

The True King, Part 1Edit

The True King, Part 2Edit

Season Five: KC ChampionshipEdit

Unwanted Guest, Part 1Edit

Yugi: Finally some peace and quiet for a change.
The Pharaoh: We needed this.
Yugi: Yeah. After everything we've been through, it feels nice just to kick back. Is something on your mind?
The Pharaoh: as a matter off act, Yugi, there is. It seems every time we restore peace to the world, a greater evil is waiting for us.
Yugi: Yeah, you got a point there. But look on the bright side. Every battle that we fight also brings us one step closer to figuring out the secrets of your past.
The Pharaoh: The three Egyptian God cards.
Yugi: Yup. They're back in our deck again, which means it's time for you and I to pick up where we left off. As soon as we get back home, we're going straight to that history museum. and these three cards are gonna give us some answers.
The Pharaoh: Lets hope so.

Unwanted Guest, Part 2Edit

Let the Games Begin! Part 1Edit

Duke: Look! Joey's trying to scare the competition with his weird chicken dance.
Tea: I need some female friends.

Kaiba: I know one of these punks is trying to ruin me! and before this tournament is over I'm gonna find out who!

Let the Games Begin! Part 2Edit

Child's PlayEdit

Down in Flames, Part 1Edit

Down in Flames, Part 2Edit

A Brawl in a Small Town, Part 1Edit

Joey: I got knocked out of the tournament by a guy with pink hair!?
Tristan: A guy with pink hair who's an excerpt duelist.
Joey: No fair! I wanna be Number One!
Tea: Oh, will you grow up!?
Joey: You're not runner up every year! That honor belongs to me!

Leon: Here's one you might remember from your bedtime stories. You guessed it! It's Cinderella! And thanks to her fairy godmother, she'll be able to go to the ball. Cinderella automatically lets me summon my Pumpkin Carriage to the field.
Rebecca: Ugh!
Leon: With my Pumpkin Carriage in play, Cinderella receives a thousand point boost. Oh, and where would she be without her glass slippers?

A Brawl in a Small Town, Part 2Edit

Vivian: If you lose, we go on a date.
Tea (infuriated): Yugi doesn't like you and he never will!!
Joey: All right. Just breathe.

Tristan: At least he gets a date.
Tea: Yugi won't lose! So drop the date thing!

Pharaoh: now I play my final magic card! It's called Monster Reincarnation! So I can bring back my Dark Magician!

Pharaoh: There's more. I play Polymerization, merging my Dark Magician with my Black Luster Soldier! And now, meet the creature of your demise- Dark Paladin! And there's one more thing you should know: Dark Paladin receives five hundred attack points for every dragon on the field and in our graveyard.
Vivian: That can't be! I already sent four of my dragons to my card graveyard! It's not fair!
Pharaoh: Oh it's quite fair. Now, Dark Paladin, wipe out her Dragon Lady and her life points!! Game over.

One Step Ahead, Part 1Edit

One Step Ahead, Part 2Edit

Sinister Secrets, Part 1Edit

Sinister Secrets, Part 2Edit

Sinister Secrets, Part 3Edit

Tomb of the Nameless PharaohEdit

Spiritual AwakeningEdit

Bakura: You should be showing a little more gratitude. After all I returned your belongings. Well, most of them.
Yugi: What's that mean!?
(Bakura shows him the Millennium Ring)
Yami Bakura: Take a look. There was one item in your bag of tricks that I'm not quite ready to part with. It's quite ironic, actually. We may not be fond of each other, but we do share a common goal: We both want all seven Millennium Items returned to their resting place, hidden within the Millennium Stone.
Yugi: I don't trust you! And I never will! I'm collecting the Millennium Items so I can help the Pharaoh save the world from destruction!
Yami Bakura: And I say I have a different goal in mind. Believe whatever you wish. But remember, I know things about the past that your Pharaoh friend seems to have forgotten.
Yugi: Oh yeah? And what kind of things are those!!?
Yami Bakura: I know that when the seven Millennium Items are returned to the Stone, a doorway to the spirit world will open.
Yugi:The spirit world? If that exists, it could be where the spirit of the Pharaoh belongs. Are you saying that when this doorway opens, the Pharaoh will be set free?
Yami Bakura: You're catching on! So don't you want to help your friend? After all he's spirit's been trapped inside that puzzle for five thousand years.
Yugi: Of course I do!!

(The Pharaoh takes over)
The Pharaoh: That's enough! Stop poisoning Yugi's mind!
Yami Bakura: Ah, Pharaoh. To what do I owe this honor? Did you come forth so we can bury the hatchet and join forces?
The Pharaoh: You know better than that!!
Yami Bakura: I know why you hate me. Because when you get down to it, you and I are more alike than you'd care to admit. Isn't that right, Pharaoh?
The Pharaoh: We are nothing alike!!
Yami Bakura: We're both five thousand-year-old spirits aren't we? Each one inhabiting the body of an innocent civilian? The only difference is: I remember my past. All your mind contains is an endless labyrinth of questions. Your whole life is nothing but a puzzle wrapped in a game. The only way you can solve that game is by playing a game.
The Pharaoh: I don't know if you speak the truth, but I'll do whatever I have to! Game or no game! I will unlock my mind!
Yami Bakura: Enjoy your travels, Pharaoh. (Thinking) That encounter went exactly as planned. Now on to phase two.

Memoirs of a PharaohEdit

Ishizu: May I speak with the Pharaoh? My King, it is an honor. You have returned home. Allow me to be your guide.
Pharaoh: Please. The pleasure's mine.

The Intruder, Part 1Edit

The Intruder, Part 2Edit

Makings of a MagicianEdit

Bakura: How can a mere spell-caster damage my Diabound!?
Mahad: I refuse to allow Bakura to threaten my people, even if it means depleting my own powers. I must stop him! In the name the Pharaoh.

Birth of the Blue EyesEdit

Isis: Mana, Mahad's spirit is very much alive; existing deep inside that stone. In fat, he's even stronger now. My Millennium Necklace has shown me all. He fused himself together with his most trusted creature.
Mana: What? I'm confused.
Isis: Mahad has been transformed. He will now be known as the Dark Magician.
Mana: Dark Magician? But my training is incomplete! And I need Master Mahad! I want to become an elite spell-caster! I can't do it alone!!

Seto: Wait. There is something familiar about this girl.

Village of Lost SoulsEdit

A Reversal of FortuneEdit

In Search of a KingEdit

Village of Vengeance, Part 1Edit

Village of Vengeance, Part 2Edit

Village of Vengeance, Part 3Edit

Village of Vengeance, Part 4Edit

Village of Vengeance, Part 5Edit

The Name of the GameEdit

The Dark One Cometh, Part 1Edit

The Dark One Cometh, Part 2Edit

The Dark One Cometh, Part 3Edit

The Dark One Cometh, Part 4Edit

In the Name of the PharaohEdit

Joey: Great. We have the power to fly but we can't get a decent meal.

Zorc: The Egyptian Gods are powerless against me! You already tried this and failed!
Pharaoh Atem: Yes. But there's one thing I didn't do last time time: Merge them together! Now I give you, the Creator of Light!
Zorc: What!!? Impossible!!
Pharaoh Atem: Darkness, be gone!!

Tea: So what happens now? I mean now you've saved the world?
Atem: Wait for the next bad guy?
Creator of Light: No, Atem. There will not be another. You have destroyed from where all evil is born.
Pharaoh Atem: So I'm done?
Creator of Light: No. But you are close. With the help of your friends, you'll nearly fulfilled your destiny. You have but one more task to complete before your spirit can return to its resting place.

The Final JourneyEdit

The Final Duel, Part 1Edit

The Final Duel, Part 2Edit

The Final Duel, Part 3Edit

The Final Duel, Part 4Edit

MoviesEdit

The Pyramid of LightEdit

Joey: Kicks to the face don't work.
Tristan: Neither do kicks to the head.

Tea: Hmm... wonder what all the commotion's about?
Joey: Dunno, but I haven't seen this many people running from school since they served meatloaf surprise last year.

Joey: If you wanna get to the king of games, you got to get past the... uh... the, uh, Godfather of games, capice?

[Yugi runs from the mummies]
Joey and Tristan: [In unison] Yugi!?
Yugi: [Runs past them] Talk later! Run now!
Joey: What's with him? [He and Tristan see the mummies run towards them]
Tristan: Zoinks!

Tea: Yugi?
Yugi: [Opens eyes after his vision] Tea... would you read me the story about the bunny?
Tea: ...I'm going to pretend that was the concussion talking and forget about it.

Anubis: Shadows take life, creatures be born! Now let's see how well you play this game when the monsters are real!
Joey: Monsters for real!?
Tea: Oh no.
Anubis: [After he is revived as a monster] It is no longer time to duel. Now it is time to die!

Kaiba: [To Pegasus after their duel] That's all, folks.

Pegasus: [after Anubis was defeated] No one could return after suffering a defeat as thoroughly devastating as that. Well, no one but Kaiba, that is. I'm sorry, did I say that aloud?

(Yugi and Tea finds Solomon in the museum)
Yugi: Hey! It's my grandpa! What are you doing here?
Solomon: Oh, it looks like great minds think alike.
Yugi: So, you've came to see that pyramid too?
Solomon: Yup.
Tea: This says it's called the Pyramid of Light.
Solomon: In all my years of Egyptology, I've never come across this relic before. But it says here it belong to an evil sorcerer who tried to bring about the end of the world.
Yugi: Well I guessed it's pretty to say his plan didn't work, right?
Solomon: Legend say a brave pharaoh destroyed him using the mystical Dagger of Fate.
(Yugi looks at his Millennium Puzzle)
Solomon: The same pharaoh who many believed possessed your Millennium Puzzle. Come, I'll show you.
(They went back to see the sarcophagus)
Solomon: See, there's the knife.
Tea: (disgusted) Can we leave?
Yugi: (looking at the inscription) What's it say here on his sarcophagus.
Solomon: Let's see, it's some sort of prophecy. "The eye that see what's yet to come, its vision shall be fulfilled, unless blinded by events predetermined, thus light and shadows both be killed".

Pegasus: You see, Kaiba thinks he got that card from me. When in fact, this has all been arranged by an evil lord who tried to take over the world five millennia ago and it's now back to finish the job. I looked it up, now this Anubis has created the Ultimate Shadow Game and he's getting stronger at the moment.
Solomon: Then the prophecy is being fulfilled.

(Anubis is draining the life force of the Pharaoh)
Anubis: (laughs) Foolish mortals, there is nothing you can do to stop my rebirth. I have infiltrated the realm of the Pharaoh and his life force now feeds mine.
Yugi: We won't stand here while you sucked the life out of others to save yourself. We're going to take you down, Anubis!
Joey: I'd stay in that casket if I were you.
(Mummies begin to rise from the dead)
Yugi: What do you want anyway?
(Anubis shows them the terrible future that is going to happen)
Anubis: Behold the future, since you won't live to see it for yourself. Soon my beasts of destruction shall annihilate all traces of life on Earth and I will finally complete that which I started millennia ago. It was by your very hand that this devastation will occur, mortal. For when you released the Pharaoh, you released me as well.

(Anubis grabs Kaiba by the head)
The Pharaoh: Kaiba! No!
Anubis: You have served me well, little worm! But you have outlived your usefulness!
(He throws Kaiba to the side)
Pharaoh: Kaiba!
(The Pharaoh watches as Anubis is fully restored to life)
The Pharaoh: So, it's been you behind this whole duel! Manipulating Kaiba all along! The Egyptian Lord of the Dead, Anubis!
Anubis: I am pleased that you remember me after all these years, my Pharaoh. It will be my ultimate vengeance, all the sweeter. You will fall and my reign of destruction shall begin!
Pharaoh: We'll see.
Anubis: The souls of your mortal friends have already fallen! Trapped within your Puzzle!
Pharaoh: My friends.
Anubis: Lost in a labyrinth of the dead!
Pharaoh: You're wrong, I can still sense their presence. And I will fight to defend them! No matter what happens, I won't not let your evil plan come to pass, Anubis!
Anubis: All I need to do is defeat you in this duel and the prophecy will be fulfilled! You will be destroyed! The magic of the Shadow Games that you locked away centuries ago, will once again be unleashed into the world! And I shall finally take my rightful place as the pharaoh of this realm! With the Pyramid of Light at my command, there is nothing you can do to stop me! The Ultimate Shadow Game is just beginning!

Bonds Beyond TimeEdit

(Yugi regains consciousness and is horrified to see such devastation around him)
Yugi: Grandpa...He- NOOOO!!!

The Pharaoh: Yugi, out all our duels, this may be the most difficult we've ever faced.
Yugi: Then let's rise to the challenge.
(The Pharaoh's spirit takes over Yugi)

The Dark Side of DimensionsEdit

Joey: No way. You actually got in? That study abroad program's lucky to have you. But, aren't ya a little scared?
Tea: Well, to be a professional dancer, I can't be afraid to bite off more than I can chew.
Yugi: If you're as graceful as you are with those chopsticks, you'll get in for sure.
Bakura: I'm proud that you're following your dreams, Tea.
Tristan: At least some us are. My dad says after I graduate, I gotta work in his factory.
Tea: And you, Joey? You still plan to become a pro duelist after school's over?
Joey: You better believe it. I'll be champion of the world in no time. 'Cause no out there can stop me!
Tristan: Except our math teacher who confiscated your duel disk for polishing it in class this week.
Yugi: Least it worked during our final exam.
Tea: Your turn, Yugi. It's time to share. Tell the guys what's your game plan.
Yugi: Well, all right. I thought I'd continue helping Grandpa in the shop. And I'm gonna start creating my own games, too. I know it's really cheesy but maybe someday, we can all play together..
Joey: I'm there. Let's promise- When Yugi's game makes it big, we'll all be there.
Yugi: When you say "big"?
Tea: Don't worry. You'll do it. Remember- Your friends believe in you.
Yugi: Thank you. I...believe in you, too.

Joey: What you got your deck our for, Yuge? Wanna take me on in a duel?
Yugi: No. Just thinking back.
Joey: About what?
Yugi: About...him.
Tea: You mean Atem?
Yugi: Sorry. Forget that I even brought it up.
Joey: Yuge, it's OK. You guys shared a connection. It totally makes sense you miss him sometimes.
Yugi: Not just sometimes. All the time.
It's just that things ended so suddenly between us. You used to be a part of me. But then you weren't and we had to face each other in a duel. A duel to determine whether I was ready to stand on my own. And when I defeated you, you left us. You left me...forever. I know it was for the best, but I wish I had just one more chance to let him know what he meant to me. But destiny had different plans for us.

Kaiba: Load it into the chopper at once. I plan to reassemble it today.
Man: Yes sir.
Mokuba: Reassemble it? You do realize it took Yugi eight years to complete the Puzzle, don't you?
Kaiba: That's because Yugi's a simple-minded child. Let's go!

Tea: Hey, what you looking at there, Yugi?
Yugi: This article. Says here that they all disappeared without a trace.
Tea: It's those bullies.
Yugi: Says there's been many of these cases all over the city.
Duke: Not just here- all over the world. I heard online, something about fifty people vanishing all at once. Anyway, enjoy your lunch.
Bakura: Thanks, Duke. We'll try. How can we when someone or something is making people vanish? That someone could be watching us right now.
Tea: True. But I think they're pretty harmless, Bakura.

(Yugi looks as his Dark Magician card with pride)
Yugi: Now way could I build a deck without this card. You've gotten me out of more dueling jams than I can count.
Sera: It's lovely. That golden box. It has a kind of glow.
Yugi: Sorry. I didn't hear you come in. But you're right. This box is very special. You see, it's where I keep my duel cards. Not every one of them, of course, just those that are extra precious.
Sera: Of course. But I think you mean cards extra precious to you and extra precious to the Pharaoh.
Yugi (in surprise): Huh!?
Sera: I know, Yugi. I know of the Pharaoh because of my master Shin, Shadi Shin. Long ago, Master Shin bestowed upon myself and others a great power- the power of the Plana. This power is so strong, it can remake this world; turn it into some place beautiful: A Utopia. But if misused, this power could do the opposite.
Yugi: Where are we?
Sera: This is the gathering place of the Plana. We carry on the will of Master Shin. However, there is decension among us, and it could mean trouble for all of mankind. I have no one else to turn to other than you, Yugi.
Yugi: Who are you?
Sera: I am Sera. Destiny has led me to you. So I will entrust you with my destiny.
(Yugi opens his eyes, to see that Sera has vanished)
Yugi: That was...so strange.
(Opens his golden box and is amazed to find a fragment of none other than the Millennium Puzzle inside)
Yugi: No way.

Sera: Deva. Deva. I'm told you battled against Kaiba.
Deva: Yes. I'm afraid he's located the Millennium Puzzle.
Sera: If he's able to reassemble it-
Deva: I know. The Pharaoh will rise. But don't worry. He won't reassemble the Puzzle. He can't. And even if he could, it would not matter.
Sera: What do you mean? We'll lose our powers when the Pharaoh resurrects in Yugi's body.
Deva: That won't be a problem if I get rid of the body.
Sera: You're going too far! You're blinded by hate, Brother. And if you don't stop, it will destroy you. I believe in you. Just consider what I've said, Brother. I beg you. (teleports away)
Deva: It's too late.

Kaiba: Good to see you, too.
Yugi: I have bigger issues to deal with!
(Kaiba reveals the nearly completed Millennium Puzzle)
Yugi: No way! The Millennium Puzzle?
Kaiba: Yes. Most of it, anyway. But you can be sure I'll have it in its entirely soon enough.
Yugi: How did you get it?
Kaiba: That's not important. What is important is that you will come to my tournament, Yugi. And bring the Puzzle piece you have.
Yugi: You know? But how could you...?
Kaiba: I know everything that goes on in Domino.
Yugi: What is it? What are you after?
Kaiba: What I've always been after: To show the Pharaoh that I am the greatest. You will wear the Puzzle again and summon him, Yugi. And I will duel him and I will defeat him!
Yugi: But...Kaiba.
Kaiba: Be honest, Yugi. I know you want to see him, too.

Deva: What! impossible! You should be nothing!
Joey: I'll tell you how. Some of my memories are forever. Like those of my three pals, right here.
Children of the Plana: Their friendship withstood the power of the Plana? How is that possible? Where did Deva go wrong?
(The incredible Children of the Plana start to vanish)
Joey: That's right! Go back to wherever you all came from! But not you, Aigami! Not 'till you hand over Bakura.
Deva: This changes nothing! You're fates are all still sealed, including Bakura's. 'Till next time.

Sera: The Pharaoh. He has not returned.
Yugi: He's gone, Kaiba. Gone forever. I've known it deep down in my heart since we said goodbye. It wasn't easy. It still isn't. But I had to let him go, and you have to as well. I'm sorry. But this was what destiny choose for us.
Kaiba: You lie!
Yugi: Huh?
Kaiba: He's just afraid! Scared to come out and face me! He knows he's no match for me!!

Joey: No way. You actually saw the Pharaoh?
Yugi: Yeah. And it was great seeing him again.
Tea: how's he doing?
Joey: So, be honest. He asked about me, didn't he?
Bakura: Of course he did.
Yugi: He wished us well.
Kaiba: I said he'd be back. Hate to say I told you so, but...told you so.
Yugi: You were right. I thought the Pharaoh would never return, but you never stopped believing.
Kaiba: You have your bond with him and I have mine. Take care, Yugi.
Yugi: 'Till next time. And thank you.

Note: This movie is set two whole years after the four-part series finale, The Final Duel.

Voice castEdit

MainEdit

SupportingEdit

  • Ted Lewis as Ryo Bakura, Yami Bakura (Seasons 1, 2, 5)
  • Megan Hollingshead (Seasons 1, 2, 3) and Bella Hudson (Season 4)- Mai Valentine
  • Wayne Grayson- Solomon Moto (Seasons 1, 2, 5)
  • Eric Stuart - Seto Kaiba
  • Tara Sands- Mokuba Kaiba
  • TBA- Maximilian Pegasus (Seasons 1, 4, 5)
  • TBA- Marik Ishtar (Seasons 2, 3, 5)
  • TBA- Ishizu Ishtar (Seasons 2, 3, 5)
  • TBA- Odion (Seasons 2, 3, 5)

RecurringEdit

  • TBA- Zigfreid Von Schroeder (Season 5; 14 Episodes)
  • TBA- Leon Von Schroeder (Season 5; 14 Episodes)
  • TBA- Vivian Wong (Season 5; 14 Episodes)
  • TBA- Weevil Underwood (Seasons 1, 2, 4, 5)
  • TBA- Rex Raptor (Seasons 1, 2, 4, 5)
  • TBA- Serenity Wheeler (Seasons 2, 3; cameo in Season 5)
  • TBA- Rebecca Hawkins (Seasons 1, 4,5)
  • TBA- Arthur Hawkins (Seasons 1, 4, 5)
  • Wayne Grayson- Shadi Shin (Seasons 1, 2, 5)

MoviesEdit

  • TBA as Anubis (from The Pyramid of Light)
  • TBA as Jaden Yuki (from Bonds Beyond Time)
  • Greg Abby as Yusei Fudo ( from Bonds Beyond Time)
  • Laurie Hymens as Sera (from The Dark Side of Dimensions)
  • Tamir Cousins as Mani (from The Dark Side of Dimensions)
  • Daniel J. Edwards as Deva/Aigami (from The Dark Side of Dimensions)

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