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This is a list of cards which have appeared within the various Yu-Gi-Oh! series, but have not been named.

Manga

Yu-Gi-Oh!

Duel 009 cards

A number of Monster Cards that appear on the counter at Kame Game as Sugoroku explains the rules of Duel Monsters to Yugi and his friends in Chapter 9. The only ones with visible names were "Summoned Skull", "Hell-Bound", and "Giant Soldier of Stone". Another card from this scene appeared, labeled only as an "ally," as a character in the dice game included with Volume 3.

Yugi's Duel 010 cards

A number of unnamed monsters played by Yugi during his first Duel with Seto Kaiba in an attempt to stall his opponent's powerful "Giant's Might"-equipped "Battle Ox," including a bird/fishlike creature and a bald, tattooed figure. All are quickly destroyed by "Battle Ox."

Kaiba's Duel 010 monster

A magician-looking monster played by Kaiba during his first Duel with Yugi.

Yugi's Death-T monsters

A number of monsters played by Yugi during his final showdown with Kaiba at Death-T. The first three seen are all destroyed by Kaiba's powered-up "Saggi the Dark Clown," while the fourth appears in Yugi's hand. The second and third monsters seen are replaced by "Chimæra" and "Gremlin" respectively in the first series anime adaptation of the manga Duel.

Kaiba's Death-T monster

A turtle-like monster Kaiba played in Defense Position during his Death-T Duel with Yugi during the time his "Blue-Eyes White Dragons" are immobilized by Yugi's "Swords of Revealing Light." It appears in both the manga and the first series anime.

Yugi's round monster

A spherical, insect-like monster Yugi played in Defense Position during his Duel with Insector Haga in the manga.

Ventriloquist of the Dead's monster

A one-eyed monster played by the Ventriloquist of the Dead during his Duel with Yugi. It likely originally belonged to Kaiba's Deck. In the anime, in which Ghost Kaiba took place as Yugi's opponent, he used Mystic Horseman instead.

Mai's opponent's monster

A monster played by a Duelist Kingdom opponent of Mai Kujaku's in the manga, which was destroyed by Mai's "Harpie Lady Sisters", winning Mai the Duel.

Jonouchi's monsters

The first is a knight-like monster played in Defense Position during Jonouchi's Duel with Dinosaur Ryuzaki in the manga.

The second was used in Jonouchi's Duelist Kingdom Duel against Kaiba.

Chicken

In the manga, a Level 3 chicken-like monster was shown, while the Meikŷu Brothers explained the rules of the Labyrinth Duel.

Pegasus' monster

During his final Duel with Yugi in the manga, Pegasus uses this monster along with "Dark-Eyes Illusionist" to Ritual Summon "Relinquished." "Relinquished" resembles a combination of "Dark-Eyes Illusionist" and this card. In the anime, Pegasus uses "Dark-Eyes Illusionist" alone for the Ritual Summon.

As it met the conditions for "Black Illusion Ritual", it is an Illusion monster and has less than 100 ATK.

Ryuzaki's monster

During his Duel with Esper Roba in the manga, Dinosaur Ryuzaki used this monster. Roba put it to sleep with "Mesmeric Control", before destroying it with "Jinzo". In the anime, it is replaced with "Serpent Night Dragon".

Battle City participants' monsters

Two generic Battle City Duelists were shown using these two cards, one of which is a dragon, while the other is a knight.

An aerial view of another Duel showed another three unnamed cards.

Nagumo's opponent's card

A Duelist defeated by Koji Nagumo used this card. Koji won it through the ante rule, but demanded another rare card, as he thought its value did not compare to the card he wagered, "Hyozanryu".

Pandora's monster

A pumpkin-headed monster of Pandora's that he sacrifices along with Yugi's "Beta the Magnet Warrior" by way of "Coffin of Dark Resurrection" to Summon "Dark Magician", in the manga. In the anime adaptation, he uses "Mystic Tomato" instead.

Bakura's card

A card seen in Dark Bakura's hand during his Battle City Duel with Dark Yugi, in the manga. It is unspecified whether this is a Monster, Spell or Trap Card. It is hypothesized to be "Poltergeists", a card which is used by Dark Bakura.

Yu-Gi-Oh! R

Yako's monsters

A trio of monsters used by Yako Tenma as Tributes to Summon "The Wicked Avatar" during his first Duel with Yugi.[1]

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

Jaden's opponent's monster

This monster was used by an unnamed opponent of Jaden Yuki and was destroyed by Jaden's "Elemental Hero Bubbleman".[2] This monster looks similar to "Elemental Hero Neos", Jaden's ace in the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime.

Ryuga's monster

A dinosaur-like monster used by Mr. Ryuga against Jaden Yuki. It was destroyed by Jaden's "Elemental Hero Wildheart".[2]

Koyo's opponent's monster

A warrior-like monster by Koyo Hibiki's opponent in his World Championship title match. It was destroyed by Koyo's "Elemental Hero Absolute Zero".[3]

Axel's cards

These cards are seen in Axel Brodie's hand alongside "Electro Sergeant" in his Tag-Team Duel with Jim Crocodile Cook against Alexis Rhodes and Bastion Misawa.[4]

Aster's monster

Aster Phoenix used this monster against Alexis Rhodes. It was destroyed by Alexis' "Blizzard Princess", allowing Aster to move the "Vision Hero Increase" in his Graveyard to this Spell & Trap Card Zone since he took battle damage.[5]

Jim's monster

Jim Crocodile Cook used this monster against Bastion Misawa. He Tributed it alongside "Spawn Alligator" to Tribute Summon "The Tyrant Neptune". The effect of "The Tyrant Neptune" makes its own ATK the combined value of the Tributed monsters. Its ATK here was 3800, implying that this card's ATK was 1600, since the ATK of "Spawn Alligator" is 2200.[5]

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

Kalin's monster

A monster used by Kalin Kessler while he was a teen in the manga.[6]


Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V The Strongest Duelist Yuya!!

Planetarium Action Field

A Field used for the Action Duel between Yuya and Hokuto.[7]

Anime

Yu-Gi-Oh!

Gorilla monster

A gorilla-like monster wearing a spiked shoulder harness used against Leon von Schroeder in a flashback. It is destroyed by the effect of Leon's "Seven Kids," winning Leon the Duel.[8]

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

Bastion's fire dragon

A fiery counterpart to "Water Dragon" Summoned by Bastion in the first Yu-Gi-Oh! GX opening, Fine Weather Rising Hallelujah. Despite its prominent appearance in the intro, it never appeared in the series.

Amnael's meteor Spell

During his Duels with Alexis and Chazz, Amnael plays an unnamed Spell Card which causes a meteor strike that seems to destroy his opponent's monsters in some manner.[9]

The Three Masked Knights

These spirits were seen when a Yubel-posessed Marcel Bonaparte fused them with three students to form the three masked knights. They disappeared before they were named.[10]

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

Akiza's card

During a flashback, Akiza is shown using this card to assault a Duelist.[11]

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL

Boxing glove Trap

A Trap Card tripped by Yuma multiple times while riding the Duel Coaster, which shoots a spring-loaded giant boxing glove to deal 200 damage to him.[12]

Hyakunin Isshu Field

A Field Spell Card used during the Friendship Games.[13] The "Duel" held here is similar to a game of Karuta. This field was cut from the English dub, likely because of the difficulty of translating the Karuta-like "Duel" for western viewers.

Alito's Spell

Alito used an unnamed Spell Card to change his Warrior-Type "Battlin' Boxer Big Bandages" to Beast-Type. The card was neither shown nor seen, but his opponent Girag asked him why he "used that Spell Card" to do so. The card went unmentioned entirely in the dub.[14]

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

Traditional Japanese style Action Field

A Field Spell Card used for an Action Duel between Sora Perse and an unnamed opponent.[15]

Shogi Action Field

A Field Spell Card used for an Action Duel between Sora Perse and an unnamed opponent.[16]

Chess Action Field

A Field Spell Card used for an Action Duel between Sora Perse and an unnamed opponent.[17]

Quiz Action Cards

Ten Action Cards used for an Action Duel between Yuya Sakaki and Pierre L'Supérieure. The quizzes associated with four of the ten were shown.[17]

Stage Action Field

A Field Spell Card used for an Action Duel between Sora Perse and an unnamed opponent.[18]

Castle Action Field

A Field Spell Card used for an Action Duel between Aura Sentia and Moon Shadow.[19]

Junior Action Field

A Field Spell Card used for an Action Duel between Frederick and Riley Akaba.[19]

Illusion Action Field

A Field Spell Card used for an Action Duel between Gong Strong and Trick Tagart.[20]

Sergey's Action Card

An unnamed Action Card banished by Sergey Volkov using the effect of "Earthbound Tundra". The art appears to be the art of "Earthbound Prison", which is not an Action Card.[21]

Ray's Card

An unnamed card used by Ray to prevent her father Leo Akaba from chasing after her.[22]

Cage

An unnamed card that was used to imprison "Performapal Sky Magician".[23]

References

  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! R Duel Round 1: "A Wicked Shadow!"
  2. 2.0 2.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Chapter 1: "A New Hero!!Special One-Shot"
  3. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Chapter 33: "Ultimate Hero!!"
  4. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Chapter 49: "Syrus's Real Strength!!"
  5. 5.0 5.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Chapter 58: "MacKenzie's Stealth Maneuvers!!"
  6. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Ride 31: "Jewel Flare Dragon Stardust!!"
  7. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V The Strongest Duelist Yuya!! Chapter 7: "The Opening of the Duel School Tournament!!"
  8. Yu-Gi-Oh! episode 196: "Sinister Secrets - Part 1"
  9. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 44: "The Seventh Shadow Rider"
  10. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 124: "Triple Play, Part 1"
  11. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's episode 24: "Duel of the Dragons, Part 2"
  12. Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 53: "Test Your Luck!"
  13. Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 81: "The Friendship Games"
  14. Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 133: "Vector the Victor"
  15. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 17: "Menu Venue: Part 2"
  16. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 19: "Quiz Quagmire: Part 1"
  17. 17.0 17.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 20: "Quiz Quagmire: Part 2"
  18. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 23: "A Date With Fate: Part 2"
  19. 19.0 19.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 38: "Warped"
  20. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 39: "Imperial Wrath Awakening"
  21. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 93: "Road Rage: Part 1"
  22. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 127: "Revival Zero"
  23. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 133: "A Dazzling Entertainment Show"

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