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Mimicry
Mimicry-TF04
Mimicry, in Tag Force 4-6
English name
  • Mimicry
Japanese translated
  • Neo Monoma
Gender
  • Male
Occupation

Teachers (Duel Academy and Tag Force 1-3)

Organization

Sector Security (Tag Force 4-6)

School

Duel Academy (Duel Academy and Tag Force 1-3)

Decks
Tag Force
  • State of Nothingness
Tag Force 2
  • Expert Deck
Video game debut

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy

Appears in
Game Boy Advance
PlayStation 2
PSP
Mimicry

Mimicry, known as Neo Monoma in the Japanese version, is a character appearing in various video games.

Appearances

Duel Academy and Tag Force 1-3

Mimicry

Mimicry in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 1-3.

In the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy and Tag Force 1-3, he is a teacher at Duel Academy.

Tag Force 4-6

In Tag Force 4-6, he is a member of Sector Security.

Tag Force 4

After being unlocked, he tends to show up in "Misty's Apartment", "Tops Plaza", "Party Hall" or "Leo and Luna's Penthouse". In his own story in Tag Force 4, he competes with the player against Carly Carmine and Luna in the Preliminaries, Misty Tredwell and Leo in the quarter finals, Crow Hogan and Akiza Izinski in the semi-finals and Jack Atlas and Yusei Fudo in the finals. For completing the story, the Player will receive a photo of himself, Mimicry and Takuya Ito (Georg) called "Tops Security".

Sandwiches

The player is able to give Mimicry sandwiches. The following tables detail how much he likes or dislikes the sandwiches.

Tag Force

Strongly likes Likes Neutral Dislikes Strongly dislikes

Tag Force 2

Strongly likes Likes Neutral Dislikes Strongly dislikes

Tag Force 3

Strongly likes Likes Neutral Dislikes Strongly dislikes

Gifts

The player is able to give Mimicry gifts. The following tables detail how much he likes or dislikes the gifts.

Tag Force 4

Strongly likes Likes Neutral Dislikes Strongly dislikes
Households
Figures
Card accessories
Foods & Beverages
Miscs

Tag Force 5

Strongly likes Likes Neutral Dislikes Strongly dislikes
Households
Figures
Card accessories
Foods & Beverages
Miscs

Tag Force 6

Strongly likes Likes Neutral Dislikes Strongly dislikes
Households
Figures
Card accessories
Foods & Beverages
Miscs

Decks

In all the video games he is featured in (save Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy), when opened for free Duels, Mimicry gives the player the ability to play against their own Decks, in a Mirror Match-style setup. Thus, to unlock Mimicry's own Decks, the player must complete Story Mode with him as partner and have all the cards in his Decks in the player's trunk.

In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2, this is done by setting the second Deck Recipe as Mimicry's Deck. Upon winning, the player gains 500,000 DP, and about 10,000 experience.

Duel Academy

19 Main Deck cards currently unknown.

Fire Princess Burn

Tag Force

State of Nothingness

Tag Force 3

Mimicry 01

Tag Force 4

Mimicry 01
Mimicry 02
Mimicry 03
Mimicry 04

Tag Force 5

Mimicry 01
Mimicry 02
Mimicry 03
Mimicry 04


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