How do I be a young successful CEO like Seto Kaiba?
You will never be successful as Seto Kaiba if you're lacking one of these.
>rich as fuck
>owns the most powerful and technologically advanced corporation in the world
>top-tier sense of fashion
>not a manlet
>man of science and technology
>known to have superhuman atlethicism and skills
>has a customized Blue Eyes White Dragon private jet
Give it OP, It's easier to be Yugi.
>finish thousand year old puzzle
>get crazy sadistic pharaoh soul
buy exactly 51% of a company from someone who cherishes their employees & then threaten to close the place down if you don't receive double the money you paid for the 51% or else everyone loses their job. of course this only works in a cartoon because in real life employers don't care about anyone but them selves.
Pretty much. As absurd as that is, what Kaiba really wanted throughout the entire movie was closure regarding the sudden departure of his greatest rival.
He spent the movie going to great lengths trying to rip the Pharaoh's ass out of the afterlife, which took a great toll on his sanity. Even Yugi had to tell him "Nah dawg, he's gone for good.", but Kaiba didn't want to accept that.
I would argue it's less about Kaiba wanting to play a card game with the Pharaoh in the afterlife, and more about him properly trying to say goodbye. And knowing Kaiba, he was going to fucking do it.
And he also fucking built a billion dollar space station shaped on his company's initials with an elevator directly connected from the Earth just to assemble the millenium puzzle.
In the manga there's some kind of magic that makes it impossible to solve unless you're supposed to be the pharaoh's vessel (because Duke Devlin's dad steals the thing and is literally incapable of solving it). Also the thing has way more than 10 pieces.
Why would an archeologist looking for ancient egyptian artifacts carry around a giant duffle bag of cash with them?
Have your father give you a small loan of one million dollars and then buy a lot of real estate in New York in the 1970s with help from your father's political connections.