Duelist Kingdom, Rex's Deck contains an assortment of Dinosaur- Type monsters, his most powerful cards being the Dragon-Type " Serpent Night Dragon" and " Red-Eyes B. Dragon", both of which are also his rarest cards. His style of Dueling is simple, relying on the brute power of his Dinosaurs augmented by the Dueling field to strengthen them.
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome
Espa Roba 58 Lose
Although Rex wasn't seen Dueling, he was shown losing to
Espa Roba, losing his ante of " Serpent Night Dragon", his rarest card in his deck.
Waking the Dragons
Waking the Dragons, Rex uses a Dinosaur Deck heavily focused on swarm tactics. In addition, he utilizes the " The Seal of Orichalcos" to turn normally weak monsters into powerful beatsticks. Echoing of his earlier Deck, Rex's strongest monster is not a Dinosaur, but the Dragon-Type " Tyrant Dragon".
KC Grand Championship
Not much of Rex's deck was shown in this arc, but presumably, it was yet another
, Dinosaur Ryuzaki appears as an opponent in the Wasteland area of the Duelist Kingdom island. Ryuzaki uses an Earth-themed Deck, with a few of his Dinosaur cards. His strongest card (as well as the only card carried over from the manga) is Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Uraby.
Dark Duel Stories (Duel Monsters III: Tri-Holy God Advent)
, Rex Raptor appears as an opponent in Battle City, as a part of the second tier of duelists. True to his character, uses an Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Duel Stories Dinosaur deck with Bracchio-raidus as his strongest card. All of the Dinosaur monsters he used in Duelist Kingdom are included in his deck. His signature card is shown to be Two-headed King Rex.
Duel Monsters 4: Battle of Great Duelist
Eternal Duelist Soul (Duel Monsters 5 Expert 3)
The Sacred Cards (Duel Monsters 7: The Duelcity Legend)
Duel Monsters 8: Reshef of Destruction
World Championship 2004 (Duel Monsters Expert 3)
The Dawn of Destiny
Nightmare of Troubadour
↑ Mako Tsunami was known to lose to either Weevil or Rex as he placed third in the Japanese Nationals.
↑ He lost this card to
Joey Wheeler during episode 12. ↑ Rex dropped this card in a flashback in
episode 161 when he was beaten up for taking a child's card after he returned from Duelist Kingdom.