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Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Yugi the Destiny
YTD-Box-EN
English  Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Yugi the Destiny
Developer(s)  Konmai
Publisher(s)  Konami
Platform(s)  PC
Release date(s)
  • Flag of the United States January 12, 2004
Genre(s)  Card Battle
Ratings  E

Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Yugi the Destiny is the first Yu-Gi-Oh! game for PC and the first of the three Power of Chaos games. The game includes 155 cards, most of which are from Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon and Starter Deck: Yugi. Two are from Metal Raiders. One is from Spell Ruler, another is from Tournament Pack: 3rd Season, and the other is from Starter Deck: Pegasus.

Learn how to play the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game with Yugi. In Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos - Yugi the Destiny, you can learn the basics of summoning, tributes, and more in a tutorial, and then you can duel against Yugi to collect cards and build up your own collection. Each card features artwork re-created from the card game. In addition to new artwork, Yugi the Destiny features a variety of battlefields and intense duels.

Yugi Tribute Summon

Tribute Summon

Complete Card List

Below is the alphabetical listing of the cards that appear in the Chaos trilogy as well as this game separately. A Y means it only can be won from Yugi's game, a K means it only can be won from Kaiba's game, while a J means it only can be won from Joey's game. If a card has 2 of the 3 or all 3 letters it means that the card can be won from more than one or all games.

Tutorials


Step 1: The Duel Field


"I'll teach you everything you need to know
about the Duel Field"

"Once you learn this, you're well on your way to
becoming a master duelist!"
"Let's start off with the Deck."
"Obviously, you can't duel without a Deck."
"Your deck must contain at least 40 cards."
"Also, you can only have a maximum of 3
copies of each card, so don't think you can put
40 copies of the same card in your Deck!"
"This is the Graveyard."
"This is where you place destroyed Monster
Cards and used Spell and Trap Cards."
"During a Duel, you're allowed to check the
cards in your opponent's Graveyard."
"This can be very helpful because you'll know
which cards your opponent has already played!"
"This is the Field Card Zone."
"This is where you Set or activate Field Magic
Cards."
"If your opponent Sets or activates a new Field
Magic Card when you already have one in
play, your Field Magic Card is destroyed."
"That means there can only be one Field Magic
Card in play during a Duel!"
"This is the Fusion Deck Zone."
"This is where you place your Fusion Deck."
"Your Fusion Deck is made up of Fusion
Monster Cards only."
"Be careful: the cards in your Fusion Deck do
not count towards the 40-card minimum
requirement of your Deck."
"This is the Monster Card Zone."
"This is where you Set or Summon Monster
Monster Cards|Cards]]."
"You can only have a maximum of 5 monsters
on your Field at the same time."
"That means if your Monster Card Zone is full
with 5 Monster Cards, you can't set or
Summon another monster until one of your
Monster Cards is destroyed or a Spell or Trap
Card sends it to the Graveyard."
"Make sure to think thoroughly before
summoning a monster because your space is
limited!"
"Last, but certainly not least, is the Spell and
Trap Card Zone."
"This is where you place your Spell and Trap
Cards!"
"You can only have a maximum of 5 cards in the
Spell and Trap Card Zone at the same time."
"I'll explain in detail later, but [[Continuous Spell
Cards]] and Equip Spell Cards remain on the
Field, so think carefully when using these cards
because they use up a slot on your Spell and
Trap Card Zone."
"That's everything you need to know about the
Duel Field!"


Step 2: Phase of Gameplay


"Each duel is divided into 6 phases.
Let's take a closer look at how they break
down."

"Now let's learn about the 6 phases that make
up a Duel."
"The 6 phases are...Actually, instead of just
talking about the phases of a Duel, I think it's
more fun to play a Duel!"
You're going first! It's time to duel!"
(Start Duel)
Cards in Hand: Baron of the Fiend Sword, Trap Hole,
Steel Ogre Grotto #1, Mammoth Graveyard, Silver Fang
"The first phase is the "Draw Phase."
"In this phase, you draw 1 card from the top of
your Deck and add it to your hand!"
Drew: Dark Magician
"If you can't draw a card from your Deck during
this phase, YOU LOSE!"
The next phase is the "Standby Phase."
"During this phase, certain card effects are
activated and costs for maintaining existing
card effects are paid."
"However, we don't have any of those cards
right now, so let's go on to the next phase."
"Now comes a really important phase of the duel
- "Main Phase 1!""
"During this phase, you can Normal Summon or
Set Monsters, change card positions, and Set
or activate Spell and Trap Cards."
"In other words, all your brilliant strategies come
into play during this phase."
"OK, let's try Summoning "Baron of the Fiend
Sword" in Attack Position."
"Move your cursor to the "Baron of the Fiend
Sword" card."
"The word "Summon" appears."
(Mouse over Baron of the Fiend Sword)
"Right-click your mouse, and the word changes to "Set.""
(Right-click mouse over Baron of the Fiend Sword)
"Right-click again to go back to "Summon.""
(Right-click mouse on Baron of the Fiend Sword)
"Select the "Summon" command to summon the
Monster Card in "Attack Position.""
"The monster you summoned is placed face-up
and vertically on the Field."
"If you choose the "Set" command, the Monster
Card will be placed on the Field in "Defense
Position.""
"Cards in "Defense Position" are placed face-
down and horizontally on the Field."
"Well then, it's your turn to try to summon
"Baron of the Fiend Sword!""
"Just do as I taught you!"
"Left-click your mouse while "Summon" is on
screen."
(Summon Baron of the Fiend Sword)
"You did it!"
"While you're at it, why don't you try Setting
"Trap Hole.""
"When you move your cursor on to "Trap Hole,"
the "Set" command appears."
"Before you're allowed to activate a Trap Card,
you must first Set it on the field during your
turn."
"There's nothing left to do in this phase, so
let's end Main Phase 1."
"You're doing great so far!"
"Right-click on the Field where there are no
cards."
"A window with 3 commands should have
popped-up.
"Select "Enter Battle Phase" so that we can get
to the action-packed Battle Phase!"
"See how there's a sword icon on that monster
on the Field?"
"Only monsters with this icon can take part in
attacks."
"In other words, only cards in Attack Position
can attack."
"Makes sense, right?"
"Move your cursor on to "Baron of the Fiend
Sword.""
"The "Attack!" command appears."
"Left-click your mouse to start your attack!"
(Left-click on Baron of the Fiend Sword)
(Card appears on opponent's field: Beaver Warrior,
Man-Eating Treasure Chest, Silver Fang, Mystical Elf)
"It's time for you to pick which monster to attack."
"Hmm... Your opponent has 4 monsters on the
Field..."
"Which one should you attack to deal damage
to your opponent's Life Points?"
"I hate to do this, but you're going to have to
choose for yourself."
"That's the only way you'll learn!"
"Pick which monster "Baron of the Fiend Sword"
is going to attack!"
(attacks Mystical Elf)
"Oh no!"
"Baron of the Fiend Sword" has 1550 ATK.
Your opponent's monster is in Defense
Position with 2000 DEF."
"2000 minus 1550 equals a whopping 450
points of damage to your Life Points!"
"It's a good thing that your monster wasn't
destroyed because your opponent's monster
was in Defense Position."
"It would have been horrible if you lost a
monster in addition to your Life Points!"
"Normally, you're not allowed to redo your move
during a Duel, but I'll give you another chance."
"Think hard and try again!"
(attacks Man-Eating Treasure Chest)
"Hey! What are you doing!
There's no way you'll ever win if you duel like
this!"
""Baron of the Fiend Sword" has 1550 ATK.
Your opponent's monster is in Attack Position
with 1600 ATK. Your opponent's monster has
higher ATK!"
"Not only does that mean 1600 minus 1550
equals 50 points of damage to your Life Points,
but your monster is also destroyed!"
"BE CAREFUL!"
"Normally, you're not allowed to redo your move
during a Duel, but I'll give you another chance."
"Think hard and try again!"
(attacks Beaver Warrior)
"All right, let's see what happens."
""Baron of the Fiend Sword" has 1550 ATK.
Your opponent's monster has 1500 DEF."
"That means 1550 minus 1500 equals 50 points
of damage to your opponent's Life Points, right?"
"Not so fast! That's wrong!"
"Your opponent's monster is in [[Defense
Position]], so though it's destroyed, your
opponent doesn't take any damage!"
"You have to think carefully and learn all
about Attack and Defense Positions!"
"Normally, you're not allowed to redo your move
during a Duel, but I'll give you another chance."
"Think hard and try again!"
(Attacks Silver Fang)
"Great!"
""Baron of the Fiend Sword" has 1550 ATK.
Your opponent's monster's ATK is only 1200."
"That means your monster is stronger, so your
opponent's monster is destroyed!"
1550 minus 1200 equals 350 points of damage
to your opponent's Life Points! Excellent work!"
"That's the end of the Battle Phase."
"Right-click on any part of the Field where there
are no cards."
"A window with 3 commands should have
popped up.
Select "Proceed to Main Phase 2" to move on
to Main Phase 2!"
"In Main Phase 2, you can do the same things
that I explained for Main Phase 1."
"However, there's nothing else you can do this
turn, so that's the end of Main Phase 2."
"Right-click on the Field where there are no
cards."
"Select "YES" to end your turn!"
"During the "End Phase," due to certain card
effects, there might be something you have to
do."
"However, since you don't have any of those
cards on the Field, that's the end of the End
Phase."
"That ends your turn."
"Now it's your opponent's turn: Draw Phase,
Standby Phase, and so on."
"Keep alternating turns until the Duel is over."
"That's it for Phases."


Step 3: Deck Construction


"Now, I'll teach you about Card Decks."

"There are 3 types of decks:
The Deck, the Side Deck, and the Fusion Deck."
"Your deck is made up of 40 or more cards."
"However, remember that Fusion Monster
Cards are NOT counted toward your 40-card
minimum requirement."
"Also, you can only have 3 copies of each card
in your Deck, so you really have to think about
what cards you're going to play with when
you're constructing your Deck."
"Oh, there's this other rule about Limited Cards..."
"Well, I'll explain that in the next step.
I'm getting ahead of myself."
"The Side Deck is used for a Match."
"After one Duel is complete, you're allowed to
use your Side Deck to adjust the contents of
your Deck."
"For every Side Deck card you put in your
Deck, you have to take a card from your Deck
and put it into your Side Deck."
"For example, if you put 2 cards from your Side
Deck into your Deck, you have to take 2 cards
out of your Deck and put them into your Side
Deck."
"Your Fusion Deck is made up of Fusion
Monster Cards only."
"Remember, these Fusion Monster Cards don't
count towards the 40-card minimum
requirement of your Deck."
"That's everything about Decks!"


Step 4: Forbidden and Limited Cards


"Next, I'll explain Limited Cards."

1. Forbidden Cards]
No restriction
2. Limited Cards
Exodia the Forbidden One, Left Arm of the Forbidden One,
Left Leg of the Forbidden One, Right Arm of the Forbidden One,
Right Leg of the Forbidden One
Change of Heart, Monster Reborn, Pot of Greed,
Mirror Force, Dark Hole, Card Destruction,
Graceful Charity, Raigeki, Swords of Revealing Light

"During Step 3, I explained that your Deck can
have a maximum of 3 copies of each card."
"Well, there are exceptions to this rule."
"For some cards, there's a special limit on the
number of copies you can have in your Deck."
"These cards are called Limited Cards."
"There are 2 types: Semi-Limited Cards and
Limited Cards. You can only have 2 copies of
each Semi-Limited Card in your Deck."
(semi-limited cards are not included in this game.)
"You can only have 1 copy of each Limited
Card in your Deck."
"These are Limited Cards."
"You can only have 1 copy of each Limited
Card in your Deck."
"These are Semi-Limited Cards."
"You can only have 2 copies of each Semi-
Limited Card in your Deck."
"There's also a category called Forbidden Cards."
"You can't have any Forbidden Cards in your
Deck, not even one!"
"However, there aren't any Forbidden Cards at
this time, so you don't have to worry.
Phew!"
"That's it for Limited Cards."

Yugi's Quotes

Theses are the quotes your opponent says before the (single and/or match) duel.

Quote 1: "Hmm, I wonder how strong your deck is ... Actually, it doesn't matter because I will use all my skills to defeat you, no matter how many powerful cards you have in your deck!"

Quote 2: "Every deck has a chance to win, as long as you believe in the heart of the cards. Let's duel!"

Quote 3: "I hope you've come prepared because it's time to duel!!"

Theses are the quotes your opponent use during the game.


When Yugi uses a monster's effect or summoning/fusing monsters


Quote 1: "I've finally broken all the magical seals... I call forth ... the unstoppable Exodia!"

Quote 2: "I call forth ... my Summoned Skull!"

Quote 3: "I summon...Curse of Dragon!"

Quote 4: "Flip! Your monster's attack triggered my effect."

Quote 5: "Flip Summon! The effect activates at the same time." (When summoning Man-Eater Bug)

Quote 6: "I fuse two of my monsters together. Fusion!"

Quote 7: "I summon Gaia, the Dragon Champion!"

Quote 8: "I offer a monster on my field as a tribute!"

Quote 9: "I offer two of my monsters as a tribute!"

Quote 10: "I'm counting on you! I summon...Dark Magician!"


When Yugi using or activating spell/trap cards


Quote 1: "I activate my Spell Card."

Quote 2: "I'll use this card to bring a monster back on to the field...Monster Reborn!" (Yugi activates Monster Reborn)

Quote 3: "I'll resurrect the monster's soul from the graveyard...Monster Reborn!" (Yugi activates Monster Reborn)

Quote 3: "Change of Heart/Card Destruction/Raigeki!" (When Yugi attempts to turn the duel around to break the player's strategy)

Quote 4: "I will not allow you to hurt my monsters! Swords of Revealing Light!" (Yugi activates Swords of Revealing Light)

Quote 5: "Now you can't attack for three whole turns. Swords of Revealing Light!" (Yugi activates Swords of Revealing Light)

Quote 6: "I see what you're trying to do, unfortunately it's not going to work. I activate Spellbinding Circle!"

Quote 7: "I see what you're trying to do, unfortunately it's not going to work. Trap Hole!"

Quote 8: "Now! Trap Hole!"

Quote 9: "(Laugh) ...Trap Hole!" (When you summons a Monster)

Quote 10: "Now! I activate Mirror Force!" (When you attack his lifepoint directly or attack his Monster(s) with your Monster(s) )


When Yugi taking lifepoint damage


Quote 1:"Not bad." (When taking less then 1,000 lifepoint damage)

Quote 2:"That was a good attack." (When taking less then 2,000 lifepoint damage)

Quote 3: "Argh! There must be something I can do, but what?" (When taking more then 2,000 lifepoint damage)

Quote 4:"Ugh!"

Quote 5:"Argh!"


Yugi's reaction Quotes


Quote 1: "A Tribute Summon!"

Quote 2: "No! Fusion!"

Quote 3: "What?" (When you use a card (usually a trap card) to cancel or he destroys the card he activates or when he destroys your flip effect Monster as soon it was flip/fusion/special summon)

Quote 4: "C... can't be!" (When you destroyed Yugi's high level monster of 6 stars or more.)

Quote 5: "You're going to activate a Spell Card?" (... in disbelief)

Quote 6: "Oh no!" (same as quote 3)


Turn Phrases Quotes


Quote 1: "With this card, I can't fail."

Quote 2: "Yes! This was the card I was waiting for!

Quote 3: "Luckily, I have this card."

Quote 4: "I switch it to attack position."

Quote 5: "I switch it to defense position."

Quote 6: "Now, I'll set a card."

Quote 7: "I end my turn."


Yugi's Losing Quotes


Quote 1: "Wow, you won ... barely. But you pulled it out in the end because you never gave up!"

Quote 2: "I'm proud of you! Your skills have greatly improved! I can see that you'll make an excellent duelist!"

Quote 3: "No! I lost! I guess you wanted to to win much more than I did. It was a great duel!"


Yugi's Winning Quotes


Quote 1: "You still need a lot of work to hone your dueling skills. You should start over and reconstruct your deck."

Quote 2: "You may be disappointed but realize that all desks have a chance to win. As long as you never give up, your opportunity for victory will arrive!"

Quote 3: "That was an excellent duel!! I'm lucky was able to draw the right cards at the right time."

Shortcut Parameters

Here are some undocumented (case-sensitive) shortcut parameters that you can use.

You can use them in the following manner:

  • Click Start.
  • Click Run.
  • Type in the program path with the flag(s) (i.e."C:\Program Files\KONAMI\Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Yugi the Destiny\yugi_pc.exe"-fps). The quotes are necessary for Windows to handle the spaces.
  • Press Enter.
  • -Lspa --------------------- Game text is Spanish.
  • -Lita --------------------- Game text is Italian.
  • -Lfra --------------------- Game text is French.
  • -Lger --------------------- Game text is German.
  • -Leng --------------------- Game text is English.
  • -Ljpn --------------------- Game text is Japanese.
  • -fps ---------------------- FPS tracker appears in upper-left corner
  • -e --------------------- Use software emulation for rendering
  • -h --------------------- Use hardware rendering
  • -nosound --------------------- Disable game sound
  • -win --------------------- Run in windowed mode
  • -16 --------------------- Run in full screen 16 bit color mode
  • -24 --------------------- Run in full screen 24 bit color mode
  • -32 --------------------- Run in full screen 32 bit color mode

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