Yugioh Cards Essay

1409 words - 6 pages

Alister

Monsters

Gorlag

Spells

Aetonyx Flame
Contagion of Madness
Fire Whip
Pot of Greed
The Seal of Orichalcos

Traps

Royal Decree

Monsters

Cyber Soldier of Darkworld
Science Soldier
Air Fortress Ziggurat
KC-1 Crayton
Kinetic Soldier
Spell Canceller

Spells

Emergency Provisions [Notes 1]
Junk Dealer
Sky Union
The Seal of Orichalcos
Toy Robot Box

Traps

Soldier Revolt
Tank Corps

Anubis

Monsters

Andro Sphinx
Sphinx Teleia
Theinen the Great Sphinx

Spells

Fallout
Inferno Tempest

Traps

Pyramid of Light

Arkana

Monsters

Dark Magician x3
Doll of Demise x2 (anime and Japanese manga only)
Malice Doll of Demise (English manga only)
Legion the Fiend Jester
Mystic Tomato x2 (anime only)

Magic

Anti-Magic Arrows
Beckon to the Dark x 2
Dark Magic Curtain
Ectoplasmer
Monster Reborn
Mystical Guillotine x2
Thousand Knives

Traps

Dark Renewal
Nightmare Chains
Shadow Balance

Bakura

Monsters

Lady of Faith
Seven-Armed Fiend
Electric Lizard
Man-Eater Bug
Morphing Jar x2
White Magical Hat

Magic

Chain Energy [Notes 1]
Change of Heart

Traps

Just Desserts

Monsters

Earthbound Spirit
Gernia [Notes 2]
Goblin Zombie [Notes 2]
Headless Knight
Souls of the Forgotten
The Earl of Demise
The Gross Ghost of Fled Dreams
The Portrait's Secret
Dark Necrofear
Dark Ruler Ha Des
Jowgen the Spiritualist
Puppet Master
Sangan

Magic

Dark Designator
Dark Sanctuary
Ectoplasmer
Exchange
Monster Reborn
Premature Burial
Spirit Message "A"
Spirit Message "I"
Spirit Message "L"
Spirit Message "N"
Spiritualistic Medium
The Dark Door
The Shallow Grave

Traps

Dark Spirit of the Silent x2
Destiny Board
Fearful Earthbound
Multiple Destruction

Monsters

Headless Knight
The Earl of Demise
Diabound Kernel

Extra Deck

The Duke of Demise

Magic

Grief Tablet
Polymerization
Pot of Greed
Spirit Illusion

Traps

Mirror Tablet
Rebirth Tablet
Spirit Shield

Monsters

Doomcaliber Knight [Notes 2]
Necro Mannequin x3
Disgraced Mage
Necro Jar
Necro Soldier x3
Necro Wall

Magic

Counterbalance
Cursed Twin Dolls
Negate Defense
Pot of Greed
Spirit Sword of Sealing

Traps

Call of the Earthbound
Narrow Corridor
Necro Cycle
Zoma the Spirit

Bonz

M onsters

Armored Zombie
Clown Zombie
Crawling Dragon
Dragon Zombie
The Snake Hair
Zanki
Crass Clown
Pumpking the King of Ghosts

Spells

Call of the Haunted [Notes 1]
Stop Defense

Monsters

Armored Zombie
Dragon Zombie
The Snake Hair
Crass Clown

Extra Deck

Great Mammoth of Goldfine

Spells

Nightmare's Steelcage
Premature Burial
Polymerization

Traps

Skull Invitation
Call of the Haunted

Crump (Big 5)-Penguin

Monsters

Bolt Penguin
Flying Penguin
Giant Red Seasnake
Defender Iceberg
Nightmare Penguin
Penguin Torpedo

Spells

Cold Wave
Ocean of Regeneration
Penguin Sword
Revenge Sacrifice

Traps

Driving Snow
Gust [Notes...

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