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Yu gi oh vol 16 Dungeon dice monsters DVD

Yu gi oh vol 16 Dungeon dice monsters DVD

Yu gi oh vol 16 Dungeon dice monsters DVD

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<UL><LI>Episode 146 - Dungeon dice monsters part I
A new student, Duke Devlin, defeats Joey in a game of Duel Monsters, forcing Joey to become his servant. Duke orders Joey to wear a dog costume and humiliates him in public, leading Yugi to challenge Duke to a duel. However, this will not be a Duel Monsters duel but a new game named Dungeon Dice.<LI>Episode 147 - Dungeon dice monsters part II
In exchange for Joey's freedom, Yugi agrees to give up Duel Monsters if he loses. Unfamiliar with the rules, Yugi gets off to a rough start. His chances do not improve as Duke reveals that he designed Dungeon Dice Monsters with Pegasus's aid! Can Yugi learn the new rules, much less form a strategy, before he is soundly defeated?<LI>Episode 148 - Dungeon dice monsters part III
Yugi uses his innate gaming skills to turn the tables on Duke, but Duke has one more rule to mention: All creatures take up territory on the grid-like board. With no room to summon any new monsters, Yugi's position is helpless!<LI>Episode 149 - Dungeon dice monsters part IV
After Duke's all-powerful Orgoth the relentless dices Yugi's entire cadre of monsters into shreds, Yugi only has one turn left before he loses all his heart points! Yugi's last hope rests in one final dice roll in the thrilling conclusion to Dungeon Dice Monsters!</UL>

Product details
Adult Maybe
Department video / DVD
Publisher Funimation
Series Yu-Gi-Oh!
Shop Manga & Anime
Spoken language English , Spanish
Primary language English
Genre Fantasy , Adventure , Action
DVD region 1
Product Code PRE-2003093832
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