"Yu-Gi-Oh!" Duel Monsters Comes To "Puzzle And Dragons"

Puzzle And Dragons fans will be excited to see a new bit of content from another visiting IP as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters will drop in for an event. From now until February 16th, players will be able to collect, summon, and unleash iconic characters and monsters from the anime/trading card game. Players who clear the Challenge Duel! Floor will earn a DM Medal (Gold), and those who take down the special dungeon will earn an additional pull from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Memorial Egg Machine. Not to mention a DM Medal (Rainbow). Throughout the game, players will have to "unleash the powers" of iconic duos such as Yugi Muto & Silent Magician, Seto Kaiba & Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Mai Valentine & Cyber Harpie Lady, and 15 other characters. Here's a list of what you'll see in the Egg Machine. Best of luck to everyone who takes on the challenges.

"Yu-Gi-Oh!" Duel Monsters Comes To "Puzzle And Dragons"
Credit: Konami

Egg Machine Characters

★7

  • Yugi Muto & Silent Magician
  • Seto Kaiba & Blue-Eyes White Dragon
  • Yami Marik & The Winged Dragon of Ra

★6

  • Téa Gardner & Shining Friendship & Fire Sorcerer
  • Joey Wheeler & Red-Eyes B. Dragon
  • Mai Valentine & Cyber Harpie Lady
  • Yami Bakura & Dark Necrofear
  • Blue-Eyes White Dragon
  • Dark Magician
  • Dark Magician Girl

★5

  • Gandora the Dragon of Destruction
  • Gaia The Fierce Knight
  • Mystical Elf
  • Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1
  • Kuriboh

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