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There's a new game shop in town, peddling a hot new game, and things look bad for Grandpa Mutou's family business But the Black Crown game store is more than a business competitor...its owners want to put Yugi and his grandfather out the picture forever. First a sinister clown-masked figure steals Yugi's Millennium Puzzle Then Ryuji Otogi, the teenager heir to the store, c There's a new game shop in town, peddling a hot new game, and things look bad for Grandpa Mutou's family business But the Black Crown game store is more than a business competitor...its owners want to put Yugi and his grandfather out the picture forever. First a sinister clown-masked figure steals Yugi's Millennium Puzzle Then Ryuji Otogi, the teenager heir to the store, challenges Yugi to a collectible dice game of dragons and monsters. But without the Millennium Puzzle, Yugi can't call Yu-Gi-Oh. Can he win without his "other self" to help him out?


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There's a new game shop in town, peddling a hot new game, and things look bad for Grandpa Mutou's family business But the Black Crown game store is more than a business competitor...its owners want to put Yugi and his grandfather out the picture forever. First a sinister clown-masked figure steals Yugi's Millennium Puzzle Then Ryuji Otogi, the teenager heir to the store, c There's a new game shop in town, peddling a hot new game, and things look bad for Grandpa Mutou's family business But the Black Crown game store is more than a business competitor...its owners want to put Yugi and his grandfather out the picture forever. First a sinister clown-masked figure steals Yugi's Millennium Puzzle Then Ryuji Otogi, the teenager heir to the store, challenges Yugi to a collectible dice game of dragons and monsters. But without the Millennium Puzzle, Yugi can't call Yu-Gi-Oh. Can he win without his "other self" to help him out?

30 review for Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist, Vol. 9: Dungeon Dice Monsters

  1. 5 out of 5

    Seamaiden

    I really like the duelist sequel much better than the prequel but this specific story with the DDD is just ...too much. I was just bored. Even with the anime I was bored at this point, but the manga version is even worse and makes no sense.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jerry

    A Quickie Review This volume introduces the game of Dungeon Dice Monsters, as well as the character of Duke Devlin/Ryuji Otogi. After all the intense card duels, it's nice to have something a little different. Though I saw this part of the anime, I still wish this installment hadn't ended on a cliffhanger. Score: 4/5 A Quickie Review This volume introduces the game of Dungeon Dice Monsters, as well as the character of Duke Devlin/Ryuji Otogi. After all the intense card duels, it's nice to have something a little different. Though I saw this part of the anime, I still wish this installment hadn't ended on a cliffhanger. Score: 4/5

  3. 5 out of 5

    Leandro Escobar-herrera

    Trying different games is a nice throwback to the early books, and it helps that the game is clever. The Devlins are weak villains, and this book really does not use a lot of its downtime well. This would be a perfect time to give non-card playing characters some focus. Nevertheless, Honda almost has his day in the light, Yugi is without Yami and Bakura steps up his antagonist game, becoming a friend and a foe at the same time. Yu-Gi-Oh has an extended list of villains, but it finally got one t Trying different games is a nice throwback to the early books, and it helps that the game is clever. The Devlins are weak villains, and this book really does not use a lot of its downtime well. This would be a perfect time to give non-card playing characters some focus. Nevertheless, Honda almost has his day in the light, Yugi is without Yami and Bakura steps up his antagonist game, becoming a friend and a foe at the same time. Yu-Gi-Oh has an extended list of villains, but it finally got one that was complex. And I most say, the game is well explained and seems to be a lot fun. It is too bad that the table top version of this game never took off.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Roselyn Blonger

    No hay nada que disfrute más que los duelos de Yugi siendo él mismo. Si bien me sentí mal por Yami y lo que pasó con el rompecabezas del milenio, creo que ya hacía falta conocer un poco más de las habilidades y dudas de la versión inocente de nuestro protagonista.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jane Blake

    Weak volume...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    We are finally seeing a little more about Yugi’s grandpa when he was young!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shur Sur

    Es un manga decente.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nightshade

    Ryuji Otogi is known as Duke Devlin in the American Anime. But no matter his name I still think he is cool. So far the manga have been very similar to the anime that I am used to. However, this volume took a bit of a different turn, although it is possible to spot the similarities, where the original things from the manga have been twisted and incorporated into the story for the anime. Jonouchi plays Ryuji at some small dice and card games, not duel monsters and he never has to wear a dog costume Ryuji Otogi is known as Duke Devlin in the American Anime. But no matter his name I still think he is cool. So far the manga have been very similar to the anime that I am used to. However, this volume took a bit of a different turn, although it is possible to spot the similarities, where the original things from the manga have been twisted and incorporated into the story for the anime. Jonouchi plays Ryuji at some small dice and card games, not duel monsters and he never has to wear a dog costume when he loses. For the first time ever you get to see Yugi’s mother, in only two panels but she’s there! She seems to be worrying about Yugi as he keeps talking to himself, haha! Ryuji’s father had lost to Yugi’s grandpa in a forbidden Devil’s Board Game, causing him to age 50 years in one night. He vows revenge and trains Ryuji in games from a young age so that he can defeat Yugi. As Ryuji’s father steals the Millennium Puzzle Yugi cannot get help from Yami to play DDM, when Yugi begins to get the upper hand anyway he smashes the puzzle. Interestingly Yami Bakura finds his way into the store and finds Yugi, encouraging him on to winning. The differences between the anime and this volume were very interesting and I am intrigued to see how they following volumes turn out.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Gouin

    Ughhhhhh. I was fairly indifferent to this arc in the anime but it's not any better in the manga. Ryuji is the newest student in Yugi's class and he also has an affinity for games. Ryuji's father opened a game shop, Black Crown games, right across the street from Yugi's family's shop. The whole purpose was for Ryuji to beat Yugi at DDM (Dungeon Dice Monsters) and win Yugi's Millennium Puzzle. And, the only reason he's even doing this, is that Yugi's grandfather had beat Ryuji's father and "humil Ughhhhhh. I was fairly indifferent to this arc in the anime but it's not any better in the manga. Ryuji is the newest student in Yugi's class and he also has an affinity for games. Ryuji's father opened a game shop, Black Crown games, right across the street from Yugi's family's shop. The whole purpose was for Ryuji to beat Yugi at DDM (Dungeon Dice Monsters) and win Yugi's Millennium Puzzle. And, the only reason he's even doing this, is that Yugi's grandfather had beat Ryuji's father and "humiliated" him so many years ago. DDM is a mess of ever-changing rules and although Ryuji looks intimidating is actually kind of a push-over. It's a poor successor to Duelist Kingdom.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Maddaford

    Reviewed on previous volumes Yu-Gi-Oh! Volumes 1-4 and Duelist Volumes 1-5 as well as the final volume

  11. 5 out of 5

    Дени ★ Проданова

    Тъмници, зарове и дракони. Това е достатъчно да опише тома. А, и някакъв вманиачен дядка, който кара иначе готиния си син да върши глупости.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Emma Larsson

    - Will re-read before I put a review -

  13. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Noël

    Book #27 of the 2018 Reading Challenge

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kazeem Shinaba

  16. 5 out of 5

    Heather

  17. 5 out of 5

    Charlie Partis

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jose Compean

  19. 4 out of 5

    Namya

  20. 4 out of 5

    Julien

  21. 4 out of 5

    Anita

  22. 4 out of 5

    Satu Hankipohja

  23. 4 out of 5

    Paulina

  24. 4 out of 5

    Danzel

  25. 5 out of 5

    Yjean15

  26. 4 out of 5

    Spoke

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jess

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lady Light

  29. 5 out of 5

    Oliver Zhang

  30. 4 out of 5

    Phùng Nghĩa

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