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This is a listing of all characters in the video game Yu-Gi-Oh! Worldwide Edition: Stairway to the Destined Duel.

Start of Game Duelists

Unlockable Duelists

  • Mokuba Kaiba: Mokuba can be unlocked by having a record of losing at least 5 duels. The easiest duelist in the game. His strongest card is Kanan the Swordmistress and the only trap card he uses is Magic Jammer. When you challenge Mokuba while Kaiba is in the same area, Kaiba will intercept and you will duel him instead and vice versa. Mokuba does not play monsters in Defense Positon. Mokuba also has some peices of Exodia, but he usually summons them, making the whole point of including Exodia peices in his deck pointless. In some cases yet he has a copy of "Cyber-Stein" in his deck and uses it to summon his "Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon" and then power it up with "Megamorph".
  • Marik Ishtar: Dark Monsters leveled with Gravity Bind. When you challenge Marik while Bakura or Odion are in the same area, Bakura will intercept and you will duel him instead and vice versa. Sometimes, and at the end of the Ghoul's pyramid, you will duel Yami Marik instead.
  • Bandit Keith: Gamble Cards and Machines
  • Duke Devlin: Dice Cards
  • Maximillion Pegasus: Pegasus runs a deck filled with Toons
  • Rare Hunters: If you lose to them, they will steal your cards. In the early game they are encountered randomly when you talk to passengers, but later you can unlock them as regular opponents.
  • Shadi: He will copy the deck of one of the other opponents in the game (for example Yugi, Kaiba, and Marik).

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