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|Yu-Gi-Oh! - Volume 004|
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Kaiba's Revenge is the fourth volume of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga.
In the foreword, Kazuki Takahashi talks about how he played Shogi at a street stall. There was a puzzle where one could win ¥30,000 if they find checkmate in eight moves. Takahashi rose to the challenge, but failed on the eight move. The man at the stall then held out his hand, saying that it was ¥1000 for each move. This detail wasn't on the sign and cost Takahashi ¥8000.
At the end of the volume, there was a bonus game, titled "Thrilling Board Game".
The game was for five players. The next fives pages included a grid. All players put their on the square labeled "Start" and roll a die to see who goes first, second, third, etc. Players then take turns rolling the die. If they roll a 1, they can move 1 square in any direction. If they roll a 6, they can move one or two squares in any direction. If they roll a 2,3 or 4, they move in the direction indicated in the grid.
- If a die roll tells a player to move into a rock, they stay still.
- If a die roll tells a player to move over an edge, they warp back to the starting square. If there is person playing the game, they lose if they fall over an edge.
- If a die roll tells a player to move onto an edge square that another player is on, the moving player can push the other player off the edge, if the edge is in the direction that they are moving.
- Some squares tell players to warp to another square, when a player stops on them.
- If a player stops in the goal area, they win.
|Image||Number||English title||Japanese title|
|Duel 25||The One-Inch Terror||１インチの恐怖|
|Wan Inchi no Kyōfu|
|The One-Inch Terror|
|Yugi and Jonouchi go to the arcade to try beat someone's high scores, but end up in a spot of trouble after meeting Street Fighter, who does not take too well to losing.|
|Duel 26||Russian Roulette||死のロシアン・ルーレット|
|Shi no Roshian Rūretto|
|The Russian Roulette of Death|
|Seto Kaiba invites Yugi and Jonouchi to his mansion, where they are to be treated as V.I.P.s for the grand opening of his secret project the next day. Mokuba still comes across as sinister, but invites the guests to a meal.|
|Duel 27||Project Start!|| |
|Kaiba reveals his secret project, as he brings Yugi and Jonouchi to the grand opening of the indoor amusement part Kaiba Land.|
|Duel 28||Arena #1|| 第一の|
|Daiichi no Batoru Fīrudo|
|The First Battlefield|
|Yugi starts the first stage of Death-T.|
|Duel 29||Shooting Stardust||シューティング・スターダスト|
|Yugi, Jonouchi and Honda face Johnny Gayle, Bob McGuire and "name unknown" in the Stardust Shootout.|
|Duel 30||Don't Make a Sound!||声を出すな！！|
|Koe o Dasuna!!|
|Don't Make a Sound!!|
|The Kaiba Manor butler, subjects Yugi and his friends to the Electric Chair Ride.|
|Duel 31||Murderer's Mansion|| |
|Mādāzu no Manshon|
|Yugi and his friends enter the Murderer's Mansion stage of Death-T.|
|Duel 32||Chainsaw Deathmatch!!||チェンソーデスマッチ！！|
|Jonouchi is lured into a deathmatch with the Chopman.|
|Duel 33||Terror Cubed!!!||正方形の恐怖!!!|
|Seihōkei no Kyōfu!!!|
|Inside the empty Death-T 3 room, Yugi and his friends reminisce over how their lives have changed, before large blocks start to fall from the ceiling.|