Yu-Gi-Oh! (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 3



Yu-Gi-Oh! (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 3 Tenth Grader Yugi Always Had His Head In Some Game Until He Solved The Millennium Puzzle, An Egyptian Artifact Containing The Spirit Of A Master Gambler From The Age Of The Pharoahs Possessed By The Puzzle, Yugi Becomes Yu Gi Oh, The King Of Games, And Challenges Evildoers To The Shadow Gamesweird Games With High Stakes And High Risks Game Master Ryo Bakura Wants To Use The Power Of His Millennium Ring To Put The Souls Of Yugi, Jonouchi, Anzu And Honda Inside His Monster World Miniatures Forever Now, With 10 Sided Dice In Hand, Yugi And Dark Yugi Must Hack And Slash Their Way Their Bakura S Adventure And Defeat The Dark Master Zorc Or Die Trying Then, On The Island Called Duelist Kingdom, A Battle Royale Is Taking Place To Determine The Greatest Duel Monsters Player In The World A Fight With Fisherman Ryota Kajiki Is Just A Warmup For Yugi, The Only Person Who S Beaten Kaiba, The Former World Champion But Although Kaiba May Be In A Coma, His Deck Still Lives In The Hands Of An Evil Ventriloquist, Who Has Stolen Not Only Kaiba S Deck But His Very Soul

10 thoughts on “Yu-Gi-Oh! (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 3

  1. says:

    Yu Gi Oh may not be great In fact, it s mediocre Still, I can t help loving its moral Just look at what the author has to say I believe that everyone has an other self inside them It may be your ideal self, someone who it s your goal to become But when you re pressured to be a certain way by the expectations of your parents or the world, the burden may be too much to bear, and you may lose sight of yourself In other words, your other self is something you yourself have to create, not that other people can force upon you I think it s best to take it easy, keep an eye on your other self, and aim for that goal but don t stress about reaching it right away Kazuki Takahashi The manga is still different from the anime Duelist Kingdom is about the closest we ve come to the parallel between the two It s cute and funny to see the characters run...

  2. says:

    Finally, the plot gets interesting That Bakuga story was not bad, I really enjoyed it It was probably the best of the made up games The duelist arc already proves interesting that anything I have read so far It can be a little jarring how random the cards are and some of the reasoning behind the game rules I guess it is the early ...

  3. says:

    The manga is beginning to enter into the anime territory, but it s still different enough and much better written The script is far engaging and interesting than what you might remember, and I recommend the series to any long lost childhood fan.

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