Marshmallon (character)

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Marshmallon

Marshmallon

Corresponding card

Marshmallon

Names
English

Marshmallon

Japanese

マシュマロン

Rōmaji

Mashumaron

Appearances
Video game debut

Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2007

Personal
Gender

Unknown

Loyalty
Team

Dangerous Pair

Deck
WC 2007

More Light!

WC 2008

  • Sky Gazer
  • Countdown Deck
  • T.G.E.
WC 2009

Chain and Flame

WC 2011

Marshmallon

Marshmallon is a character version of the card "Marshmallon".

Appearances[edit]

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX[edit]

It appears briefly in one of the Duel Monsters Spirit World dimensions, attacking a group of Garuda the Wind Spirits that had been harassing weaker monsters.[1]

World Championship 2007[edit]

Marshmallon is a Limited Duel opponent who challenges the player to use no monsters other than LIGHT monsters.

World Championship 2008[edit]

The Dangerous Pair Tag Team

Marshmallon appears in the Order Duel World as a Single Duel opponent. Defeating it 5 times unlocks Watapon as an opponent in World Championship Mode.

The player can Tag Duel against Marshmallon and Spirit Reaper in World Championship Mode. Their team name is Dangerous Pair and they are always available as opponents.

Marshmallon is also a downloadable Ghost Duelist for October 2008.

World Championship 2009[edit]

World Championship 2009

Marshmallon can be unlocked as an opponent in World Championship mode by defeating Geruzet 5 times.

Over the Nexus[edit]

Marshmallon in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's World Championship 2011: Over the Nexus

Marshmallon appears as a downloadable Ghost Duelist for July 2011.

Decks[edit]

World Championship 2007[edit]

More Light!

World Championship 2008[edit]

  • Marshmallon uses this Deck in Duel World.
Sky Gazer
  • Marshmallon uses this Deck as a Tag Duel opponent, and also uses it if selected as the Player's Tag Partner.
Countdown Deck
Marshmallon as a downloadable opponent for World Championship 2008
  • The downloadable version of this character uses the following Deck.
T.G.E.

World Championship 2009[edit]

Chain and Flame

World Championship 2011[edit]

Marshmallon

References[edit]

  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 132: "A New World Order"