Bronk Stone (Duel Links)
|Other language names|
|Character type||Legendary Duelist|
|Duel World||Duel World (ZEXAL)|
|Duel Links||Bronk Deck|
|First appearance on||September 29, 2020|
|First unlockable on||September 29, 2020|
|Added to the Gate on||September 29, 2020|
Bronk Stone is a playable Legendary Duelist in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links who appears in Duel World (ZEXAL). This is a video game depiction of Bronk Stone, a character from the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime and manga.
He appears in-game after the player reaches Stage 5 of Duel World (ZEXAL), and his Character Unlock Missions become available when the player reaches Stage 6 of Duel World (ZEXAL).
Yuma's lifelong friend and classmate has never lost a Duel against Yuma - until Yuma acquired a Number Card. Bronk may look tough and talk rough, but he always has his friends' backs. He forms "The Super Secret Number Card Investigation Club" with this friends to help Yuma and Astral's Duels. His ace monster is Tin Archduke.
The following Decklist and its cards are given to the player when they unlock Bronk Stone as a playable character.
The following Decklists are normally used by Bronk Stone when encountered at the Gate or found roaming in Duel World.
|I'll take ya on!|
The following lists are the rewards the player accumulates from having Bronk reach a certain Level.
|1||Return of the Archduke (Skill)|
|3||1 copy of "Aye-Iron"|
|5||Deck Slot (Bronk Stone)|
|7||1 copy of "Toy Emperor"|
|8||Deck Slot (Bronk Stone)|
|10||1 copy of "Wind-Up Rat"|
|11||1 SR/UR Choice Ticket|
|13||Overlay Gain (Skill)|
|14||1 copy of "Aye-Iron"|
|16||1 copy of "Toy Emperor"|
|18||1 copy of "Wind-Up Rat"|
|20||Iron Aye (Skill)|
|21||1 copy of "Tin Archduke"|
|23||1 copy of "Aye-Iron"|
|25||1 copy of "Toy Emperor"|
|27||Deck Slot (Bronk Stone)|
|30||1 copy of "Wind-Up Rat"|
|SR||"Biofalcon", "Toy Soldier", "Wind-Up Honeybee", "Weights & Zenmaisures"|
|R||"Battle Footballer", "Oilman", "Crowning of the Emperor"|
|N||"Cyber Soldier", "Karakuri Spider"|
|Return of the Archduke||Level-Up Reward (from reaching Level 1)|
|Recycling Reserve||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|Overlay Gain||Level-Up Reward (from reaching Level 13)|
|LP Boost δ||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|LP Boost β||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|Life Charge||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|Level Augmentation||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|I've Seen That Deck Before||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|Iron Call||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|Iron Aye||Level-Up Reward (from reaching Level 20)|
|Draw Pass||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|Defense Charge||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
|Attack Charge||Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels|
This summary is currently incomplete.
- Bronk Stone's cut-in pose is based on his pose from a panning shot in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode 20: "Roots of the Problem", when he declares the effect activation of his "Gearspring Catapult" for the final time in that episode.
- This pose was first featured in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival.
- Bronk Stone's character sprite is somewhat based on his character sprite used in previous video games, which first appeared in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival.