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Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist - Duel 213





Kōryaku Funō!?

Japanese translation

Ineffective Attacks!?





Number (Japanese)


Number (English)


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Ineffective Attacks!?, is the 213 chapter of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist in the English version and the 272 chapter of Yu-Gi-Oh! in the Japanese version.

Dark Yugi and Dark Marik continue their duel in the Battle City finals. Dark Marik has fused "Revival Jam" with "Metal Reflect Slime" to form "Immortal God Slime," who has become an immortal wall to block all of Yugi's attacks.

Featured Duels: Dark Yugi VS Dark Marik

... continued from the previous chapter

Turn 11: Dark Marik
Dark Marik draws. He then Sets a card and Normal Summons "Bowganian" (1300/1000) in Defense Position.

Turn 12: Dark Yugi
Dark Yugi draws. He then Sets a card. He then Tributes "Big Shield Gardna" to Tribute Summon "Dark Magician Girl (2000/1700) in Attack Position. Dark Yugi attacks "Bowganian" with "Dark Magician Girl", but Dark Marik activates his Set Trap Card, "Jam Defender", which switches the target of all of Dark Yugi's attacks to "Revival Jam". Since a Fusion Monster is treated by name as its Fusion Material Monsters, the attack target is switched to "Immortal God Slime". The attack fails (Dark Yugi 2300 → 1300). On Yugi's End Phase, "Bowganian"'s effect inflicts 300 damage to Dark Yugi. (Yugi 1300 → 1000) (NOTE: In the real game, "Bowganian" inflicts 600 damage to the opponent).

Turn 13: Dark Marik
Dark Marik draws "Magical Stone Excavation" and subeseuently activates it, allowing him to discard two cards to add a Spell Card from his Graveyard to his hand. He adds "Monster Reborn" from his Graveyard to his hand.

... continued in the next chapter

Featured cards

The following cards were used in this chapter. Cards in italics debuted here.

Dark Yugi

Dark Marik

Production History

This chapter was originally printed in the Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine in Japanese. Its first English release was in the Shonen Jump magazine. It has been reprinted in Japanese in volume 31 of the tankōbon. It has been reprinted in English in volume 24 of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist tankōbon.

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