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|Reshef the Dark Being|
Reshef the Dark Being
Great Evil God Reshef
Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters episode 11: "The True King - Part 1"
|Video game debut|
Reshef the Dark Being, known in Japan as Great Evil God Reshef, is the primary antagonist of the video game Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction.
Reshef of Destruction
Reshef was sealed, until Sol Chevalsky turned the Egyptian God Cards into stone in order to give their power to Reshef. The player, Yugi Muto and Joey Wheeler tried to collect the Millennium Items in an attempt to regain the power of the Egyptian Gods and defeat Sol Chevalsky, preventing Reshef from gaining its power. When the player defeated Sol Chevalsky, freeing him from the Dark Being, Reshef was already strong enough to exist without a body, and the player had to defeat him to save the world.
Goemon Impact form
By imputing the passcode 25410867 into a computer at Kame Game, the appearance of Reshef will change into that of Goemon Impact, when the player faces him. Goemon Impact is a character from Konami's video game Legend of the Mystical Ninja.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters
Alexander the Great used Reshef in a battle against Yami Yugi and his friends. During the fight, Alexander got Reshef to absorb the souls of his companions and later used his Duel Armor to combine with it. However Yugi combined his Duel Armor with his friends Dragon Capsule Monsters into the Armor of Unity and attacked and defeated Reshef.
In Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction, Reshef plays a beatdown Deck, stacked to the brim with strong monsters in order to wail on the opponent's Life Points. If his initial 40,000 Life Points is not a big enough threat to the player, Reshef also has the Egyptian God Cards, and will summon them given the opportunity. Reshef will usually play three copies of "Swords of Revealing Light" to give himself enough turns to tribute three monsters, and sometimes even steals the player's monsters with "Change of Heart" to summon his God Card.