Maximillion Pegasus (Duel Generation)

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Maximillion Pegasus
Maximillion Pegasus
English name
  • Maximillion Pegasus
Other language names
French
Maximillion Pegasus
German
Maximilian Pegasus
Italian
Maximillion Pegasus
Spanish
Maximillion Pegasus
Gender
  • Male
Deck
  • Toons
  • Relinquished
Video game debutYu-Gi-Oh! Duel Generation
Pegasus, Maximillion

Maximillion Pegasus is a Duelist Construct of Maximillion Pegasus from the Yu-Gi-Oh! series in the Virtual Dueling System. He is also the first boss that the player have to faced in a 2 out of 3 Match in the Classic Campaign mode Stage 1-5 in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Generation. The player has to defeat him in a Duel in order to unlock the next stage and progress Campaign mode.

Etymology[edit]

His given name "Maximillion" is a combination of the name "Maxi" and the word "million". It also can be a reference to the one of these names "Maximilian", "Maximillian" or "Maximiliaan". His German given name is "Maximilian" instead of "Maximillion". His surname comes from "Pegasus", the mythical winged divine stallion, and one of the most recognized creatures in Greek mythology.

Appearance[edit]

As a Duelist Construct, his appearance is based on Maximillion Pegasus, and the red outfit is what he wore during the Duelist Kingdom arc in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series.

Rewards[edit]

There are a total of six rewards that the player can earn and received after defeating the Duel Construct in a Duel. The first two rewards are cards that come from the Duel Construct's Deck and the third reward is a recipe for their Deck. Then the fourth, fifth and sixth rewards repeated the same process of the three earlier rewards, but in a harder difficulty with a different Deck. In addition, the sixth reward will allow the player to have the Duel Construct's avatar and the ability to Duel them anytime between the two difficulty.

As Pegasus is a boss character, the player had to faced him in 2 out of 3 Match which can takes hour to defeat and receive the rewards.

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Deck Name:
Toons
Non de Deck:
Toons
Deck Name:
Toons
Nome Deck:
Toon
Nombre del Deck:
Toons
Signature Card:
Toon World
Carte Emblématique:
Monde des Toons
Signature Karte:
Toon-Welt
Carta Signature:
Mondo Toon
Carta Signatura:
Mundo Toon
Reward for Win:
Toon World
Toon Mermaid
Recipe
Récompense pour la Victoire:
Monde des Toons
Sirène Toon
Recette
Belohnung für Sieg:
Toon-Welt
Toon-Jungfrau
Rezept
Premio per la Vittoria:
Mondo Toon
Sirena Toon
Ricetta
Recompensa por Ganar:
Mundo Toon
Sirena Toon
Receta
Deck Name:
Relinquished
Non de Deck:
Le Renoncé
Deck Name:
Aufgegeben
Nome Deck:
Abbandono
Nombre del Deck:
Renunciado
Signature Card:
Relinquished
Carte Emblématique:
Le Renoncé
Signature Karte:
Aufgegeben
Carta Signature:
Abbandono
Carta Signatura:
Renunciado
Reward for Win:
Black Illusion Ritual
Relinquished
Recipe & Avatar
Récompense pour la Victoire:
Rituel de la Noire Illusion
Le Renoncé
Recette & Avatar
Belohnung für Sieg:
Schwarze-Illusion-Ritual
Aufgegeben
Rezept & Avatar
Premio per la Vittoria:
Rito Illusione Nera
Abbandono
Ricetta & Avatar
Recompensa por Ganar:
Ritual de la Ilusión Negra
Renunciado
Receta & Avatar

Deck[edit]

In the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series, Maximillion Pegasus plays a Deck that was full of Toon monsters. The Deck also features the use of the Ritual Monster "Relinquished" which can steal a monster and use their ATK power against them.

In Duel Generation, the Duelist Construct plays a Deck called Toons which borrow the idea of using Toon monsters and "Relinquished" from Pegasus' Decks. Each Toon monsters have their own sort of rules to follow in order to be played. For example, some Toon monsters can't attack on the first turn and must paid 500 LP to attack like "Toon Mermaid", while there are some that can't Special Summon themselves from the hand like "Toon Cannon Soldier". "Toon World" needs to be on the field for some of the Toon monsters as they will destroy themselves because of their effect, and if "Toon World" is on the field, then the Toon monsters can attack directly as long as there are no Toon monsters on the opponent's field. The Ritual Monster "Relinquished" can placed the opponent's monster as a Equip Card, use its ATK value, can inflict damage if the ATK is higher than its own Equip Card and save itself from destruction by sending the Equip Card to the Graveyard.

After the player defeat Pegasus' Toons Deck three times, the next difficulty and Deck is unlocked. This Deck features a Chaos style which Pegasus didn't used in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series.

The Relinquished Deck focuses on Summoning the signature card "Relinquished" and taking out cards by banishment. There are several cards that search out the Ritual cards like "Manju of the Ten Thousand Hands", "Senju of the Thousand Hands" and "Preparation of Rites" which make Summoning "Relinquished" a lot easier. Then there are cards like "D.D. Assailant" and "D.D. Warrior Lady" who can takes out a monster by banishing themselves along with the opponent's monster.