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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Millennium World, Volume 4

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The final Yu-Gi-Oh! Story! After hundreds of battles, Yugi has finally gathered all the Egyptian God Cards... the key to unlocking his memories of his past life as a n Egyptian pharaoh. When Ryo Bakura gives him the Millennium Eye, Yugi opens the door to the world of memory, and hismind travels back in time to ancient Egypt, when the magic and mosters were real! Now Yugi and his friends must explore the world of Yugi's forgotten past... and fight an enemy who has been waiting ...
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Yu-Gi-Oh!: Millennium World, Vol. 4: Birth of the Dragon

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Overview

The final Yu-Gi-Oh! Story! After hundreds of battles, Yugi has finally gathered all the Egyptian God Cards... the key to unlocking his memories of his past life as a n Egyptian pharaoh. When Ryo Bakura gives him the Millennium Eye, Yugi opens the door to the world of memory, and hismind travels back in time to ancient Egypt, when the magic and mosters were real! Now Yugi and his friends must explore the world of Yugi's forgotten past... and fight an enemy who has been waiting for them for 3000 years!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781421506937
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
  • Publication date: 8/28/2006
  • Series: Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World Series , #4
  • Edition description: UK Edition
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 319,709
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Artist/author Kazuki Takahashi first tried to break into the manga business in 1982, but success eluded hiim until Yu-Gi-Oh! debuted in the Japanese Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1996. Yu-Gi-Oh!'s themes of friendship and fighting, together with Takahashi's weird and imaginative monsters, soon became enormously successful, spawning a real-world card game, video games, and three anime series (two Japanese Yu-Gi-Oh! series and Yu-Gi-Oh! GX). A lifelong gamer, Takahashi enjoys Shogi (Japanese chess), Mahjong, card games, and tabletop RPGs, among other games.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2014

    Yugioh

    A good book

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    Posted August 3, 2007

    Watching the Sky

    You should never discriminate against our earthly indivisuals whether they are born of human flesh or not.I think that the well known villian of this series,Bakura, is highly rejected by human society. His existence is feared by others and his being in the human world is coldly judged.Many of the other characters in the series are prejudice against him taking him for a madman.Maybe Bakura is a madman but maybe it is not his fault why he is like this.There is a reason why people are the way they are.I believe that Bakura doesn't kill people for pleasure or for his health.I believe that the reason for his insane actions reflect upon the massacre of Kul Elna.People like Bakura commit ruthless crimes because they feel angry,confused,scared,think harmful,suicidl thoughts.Usually people like Bakura are sick in the mind'because that is what a madman is'and most of them have a high degree of fear of being left alone or abandoned.No doubt in my mind that Bakura was not effected by the tragic event of Kul Elna.I believe that his crimes are committed out of trauma and revenge.He should not be judged.It may be difficult to understand him at times,but you should never judge a man before you walk two moons in their moccasins.Look beyond what you see.Why is everyone drinking Bakura's lemonade when nobody even realizes its flavor?We are all human beings and that is really what matters.

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