How Well Do You Know Yugioh?
It’s all fun and games until somebody gets sent to the Shadow Realm. If you didn’t chuckle or cringe at this reference, you are in trouble when it comes to this quiz. Long before the Shadow Realm became a meme, it was a severe punishment for losing a duel. We’re talking about the kind that prioritizes ghouls over guns.
Regardless, this quiz blasts you with the past. You might recall Yu-Gi-Oh! cards from your indoor recess days. Remember your squad awestruck by that cool kid strutting down the hall with a Lunchables sandwich in one hand and that elusive Black Skull Dragon from his gnarly card collection in the other? If so, let our quiz guide you further down memory lane, where a dueling mat awaits.
We’ll also quiz your knowledge of the card game, its monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh characters and events from the series, video games, and every movie. Don’t worry, we haven’t stacked the deck with trap cards. If you still like Yu-Gi-Oh!, it might be a magical experience!
Yugioh (formally spelled Yu-Gi-Oh!) is a card game created in 1996 that expanded into an almost $17 billion-dollar multimedia franchise. Other than cards, the franchise shuffles merchandise, manga, a popular TV show, video games, and other licensed digital content into its product mix. There have even been four Yu-Gi-Oh! films. The first movie was released in 2004. Several episodes and several antagonists' character arcs achieved widespread meme status on the internet, including the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series parody on YouTube. Although the cards waned in popularity in the United States, largely due to the popularity of Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh! set the Guinness World Record for the best-selling trading card game in the world.
Although players consider engaging in a Yu-Gi-Oh! duel a "children's card game" (an ironic reference from the aforementioned Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged Series), effects have gotten extremely intricate. Cards featuring loads of specific details are very common to see. New links help create larger turns and new summoning abilities. Establishing a competitive collection proves to be a highly volatile endeavor as a result. Yu-Gi-Oh rewards enduring duelists with considerable news and deck coverage. Major cities host Yu-Gi-Oh duel tournament events that are broadcasted around the world on YouTube and Twitch. Conversely, some people build a deck for the art, rather than competition.