Dox (Tag Force)

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Dox
Dox
English name
  • Dox
Japanese translatedMeikyû the Younger
Japanese name
Japaneseめいきゅうきょうだい おとうと
Base迷宮兄弟 弟
Furiganaめいきゅうきょうだい おとうと
RōmajiMeikyū Sankyōdai Otouto
Gender
  • Male
Relatives
Para (older brother)
Video game debutYu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force
Appears in
PSP
Dox (Tag Force)

Dox, known as Meikyû the Younger in the Japanese version, is a character in the Tag Force games. This is a video game version of the anime character, Dox.

Appearances[edit]

Tag Force[edit]

Para and Dox appear in the Cliff in Part 2, where they comment on having been invited to Duel Academy as part of the Tag Force tournament. If the player is partenered with any Tier 1 character or Vellian Crowler, during the second day, the Paradox Brothers will replace that character's team in the Finals Arena and be fought as the first opponents.

After defeating them in Part 2, Para and Dox will appear in Part 1 at the Cliff at any time in the day.

Tag Force 2[edit]

As part of the fourth story event for each Tier 1 character, Para and Dox Tag Duel against the player and their partner.

Tag Force 3[edit]

Dox can become the player's partner after finishing Mindy's story.

Gifts[edit]

Strongly likes Likes Neutral Dislikes Strongly dislikes
  • None
  • Any unlisted sandwiches
  • Fermented Cheese
  • Soba Noodle
  • Gyoza
  • Ramen Noodle
  • Rice Ball
  • Fermented Soybean
  • Tofu
  • Garlic
  • Plain
  • Steak
  • Durian
  • Chocolate
  • Normal Egg
  • Lobster
  • Top-Grade Salad
  • Phantom Pepper
  • Caviar
  • Truffle
  • Foie Gras
  • Cook's Sandwich

Profiles[edit]

Localized[edit]

Tag Force[edit]

A duelist who has played against Yugi Muto - the legendary Duel King.

He has a Chinese character on his forehead, which means "Labyrinth".

He and his older brother Para work together to form a powerful tag team. His abilities as an individual duelist are unknown.

His main tactic is to give his opponents a hard time with a summon called the "Gate Guardian".

Tag Force 2[edit]

A duelist who has dueled the legendary King of Games, Yugi Muto.

He has the Chinese character "Dox", meaning "labyrinth" on his forehead.

He tries to greet those he connects with as one of his "brothers" but it's quite bothersome when he tries to put Chinese characters on their forehead as well.

Japanese[edit]

Tag Force[edit]

伝説でんせつのデュエルキング「武藤むと遊戯ゆうぎ」と対戦たいせんしたことのあるデュエリスト。

ひたいにある「きゅう」の文字もじがチャームポイント。

あにである「めい」とタッグをみ、一心いっしん一体いったいのデュエルをひろげる。 タッグではない個人こじんとしての実力じつりょく未知数みちすう

「ゲート・ガーディアン」という召喚しょうかんにひと苦労くろうするカードを主力しゅりょくとしてあつかう。

A duelist who faced Yugi Muto, the legendary Duel King.

His most notable feature is the "Kyu" character on his forehead.

When partnered with his older brother Mei, they duel together as if they were one. It is not known how skilled he is when he is not in a Tag Team.

His strategies chiefly focus on the dreadful but difficult-to-summon "Gate Guardian".

Tag Force 2[edit]

伝説でんせつのデュエルキング「武藤むと遊戯ゆうぎ」と対戦たいせんしたことのあるデュエリスト。

ひたいにある「きゅう」の文字もじがチャームポイント。

共感きょうかんした人物じんぶつ兄弟きょうだいむかれようとする。

それはともかくとして、おなじようにひたい文字もじれようとするのは迷惑めいわく

A duelist who faced Yugi Muto, the legendary Duel King.

His most notable feature is the "Kyu" character on his forehead.

He and his brother try to greet those they sympathize with as another one of their "brothers", but people are startled when they also want to place characters on their foreheads.

Decks[edit]

Dox chiefly uses Decks focused on the summoning of "Suijin" and "Sanga of the Thunder". They are intended to be combined with his brother's Decks in order to summon "Gate Guardian".

In Tag Force 2 only, Dox's regular Decks are instead focused on forcing the opponent to take large amounts of battle damage when attacking high-DEF Rock-Type monsters.

Tag Force[edit]

Drifting Gatekeeper


Tag Force 2[edit]

Dox: Gate 1 ★4
Dox: Gate 2 ★5
Dox: Gate 3 ★6

  • Dox uses this Deck during the fourth story event for Tier 1 characters.
Dox: Gate 4 ★6


Tag Force 3[edit]

Guard Level ★✩✩✩✩ - ★3
Guard Level ★★✩✩✩ - ★2
Guard Level ★★★✩✩ - ★4
Guard Level ★★★★★ - ★8


Tag Force Special[edit]

Labyrinth-Fighting Fusion Techniques (迷宮式決闘術 融合, Meikyū-shiki kettō-jutsu yūgō) ★3
Labyrinth-Fighting Revival Techniques (迷宮式決闘術 蘇生, Meikyū-shiki kettō-jutsu sosei) ★4
Labyrinth-Fighting Transition Techniques (迷宮式決闘術 転移, Meikyū-shiki kettō-jutsu ten'i) ★5

References[edit]