Since there's a new YGO movie releasing next month here in the west, I thought it would be cool to dump the original manga which the movie is based off of. For those of you who only ever watched the anime, I highly recommend reading the manga as it's much darker and better written than the anime was imo. There's also none of the fillers you have to deal with. Since the movie is releasing on Jan 27, 2017, I will dump one volume a day leading up to its release.
The Duelist Kingdom arc continues in Volume 10!
It's funny because Catapult Turtle + Gaia the Dragon Champion would actually finish his LP here by the rules of the TCG. He only has 1200 LP left and Catapult Turtle's effect would do 1300 damage to him.
>they leave him there screaming
>the next day people probably pass by and wonder why this asshole is yelling at the top of his lungs
Someone could have just stolen all of his star chips, though, assuming he actually is dead.
He doesn't. That's just his briefcase full of the best cards he has other than his main deck.
Keep in mind Duelist Kingdom was made before the real life card game was even a thing. The rules become more concrete once the story reaches Battle City.
>playing duel monsters on a cruise ship with my best friend
>my rare card gets sent flying off the edge and into the water
>try to sue Kaiba Corp
>Seto Kaiba challenges me to a duel and tells me that I have to be the one that pays the settlement if I lose
>throws five blue eyes white dragons at me
>lose the match, my card, and my home
>Kaiba tells me that if my card was so rare, I shouldn't have lost a match with it anyway
fucking Kaiba Corp
And that ends Volume 10. We will continue Duelist Kingdom tomorrow in Volume 11. Thanks for reading!
>Pegasus turned the whole tournament into a commercial for duel monsters
Unless he's saying that there were other games that got shafted, then I don't see the problem.
>beats the #1 American player at the game >also humiliates him by having him lose to a child
>raises a ton of money for charity
>improves his PR in the process
>turns the whole tournament into a commercial for his card game
>probably makes even more money as a result
Holy shit, Pegasus owns.