Rebecca Hawkins (Duel Generation)

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Rebecca Hawkins
Rebecca Hawkins
English name
  • Rebecca Hawkins
Other language names
French
Rebecca Hawkins
German
Rebecca Hawkins
Italian
Rebecca Hawkins
Spanish
Rebeca
Gender
  • Female
Deck
  • Life Shadow
  • Ghostrick Night
Video game debutYu-Gi-Oh! Duel Generation
Hawkins, Rebecca

Rebecca Hawkins is a Duelist Construct of Rebecca Hawkins from the Yu-Gi-Oh! series in the Virtual Dueling System. She is also the opponent that the player faced in Stage 4-1 of the Classic Campaign mode in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Generation. The player has to defeat her in a Duel in order to unlock the next stage and progress Campaign mode.

Appearance[edit]

As a Duelist Construct, her appearance is based on Rebecca Hawkins, and the outfit and hairstyle is what she wore during the Duelist Kingdom arc in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series. Also, the Duelist Construct is holding a teddy bear in her arm, and that teddy bear is based on Mister Teddy (this is the name that Rebecca called her stuffed toy by) in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series.

Etymology[edit]

Her given name "Rebecca" have many meaning, and it either means "join", "tie", or "snare". Her surname "Hawkins" comes from the term hawking, meaning falconry, the hunting of wild animals in their natural state and habitat by means of a trained bird of prey. In the Spanish version, her given name was "Rebeca" which is the Spanish spelling of her other name "Rebecca", and her surname "Hawkins" was omitted.

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.

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Deck Name:
Life Shadow
Non de Deck:
Ombre de Vie
Deck Name:
Lebensschatten
Nome Deck:
Fantasma Vitale
Nombre del Deck:
Sombra de Vida
Signature Card:
Shadow Ghoul
Carte Emblématique:
Goule d'Ombre
Signature Karte:
Schatten-Leichenfledderer
Carta Signature:
Demone Fantasma
Carta Signatura:
Ghoul de las Sombras
Reward for Win:
Skelengel
Shadow Ghoul
Recipe
Récompense pour la Victoire:
Skelengel
Goule d'Ombre
Recette
Belohnung für Sieg:
Skelengel
Schatten-Leichenfledderer
Rezept
Premio per la Vittoria:
Angelo Scheletrico
Demone Fantasma
Ricetta
Recompensa por Ganar:
Esqueletángel
Ghoul de las Sombras
Receta
Deck Name:
Ghostrick Night
Non de Deck:
Nuit des Fantômes
Deck Name:
Geistertrick-Nacht
Nome Deck:
Notte dei Fantasmi
Nombre del Deck:
Noche Fantastruco
Signature Card:
Ghostrick Mansion
Carte Emblématique:
Manoir Fantôruse
Signature Karte:
Geistertrick-Villa
Carta Signature:
Magione Fantasmatrucco
Carta Signatura:
Mansión Fantastruco
Reward for Win:
Night Beam
Crane Crane
Recipe & Avatar
Récompense pour la Victoire:
Rayon Nocturne
Grue Grue
Recette & Avatar
Belohnung für Sieg:
Nächtlicher Strahl
Kranichkran
Rezept & Avatar
Premio per la Vittoria:
Raggio Notturno
Gru Gru
Ricetta & Avatar
Recompensa por Ganar:
Rayo Nocturno
Grúa Grulla
Receta & Avatar

Deck[edit]

In the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series, Rebecca uses her grandfather Deck to Duel, and the Deck focuses on sending monsters to the Graveyard to increase the ATK of "Shadow Ghoul". Also, the Deck have several cards that can increase her hand by searching or drawing for a card.

In Duel Generation, the Duelist Construct plays a Deck called Life Shadow which use the same idea from Rebecca grandfather's Deck, along with a new idea to inflict burn damage to the opponent and increasing her own LP by using various card effects. The signature card "Shadow Ghoul" have the effect to gain 100 ATK for each monster in the owner's Graveyard, and as such, the Trap "Needlebug Nest" in this Deck will send 5 cards from the top of the owner's Deck to the Graveyard which can possibly increase th ATK of "Shadow Ghoul" by up to 500 ATK if any monsters is send to the Graveyard. "Shadow Ghoul" isn't the only monster in this Deck that have a ATK gain by the Graveyard effect as "Chaos Necromancer" can do the same, but the ATK amount is 300 for each in the owner's Graveyard. The inflicting burn damage to the opponent can be done with the following cards: "Cannon Soldier", "Fire Princess", and "Blasting the Ruins". "Cannon Soldier" can Tribute a monster to inflict 500 damage, "Fire Princess" can inflict 500 damage each time a card's effect increases the owner's LP which this Deck have many LP gaining effect, and "Blasting the Ruins" relies on 30 or more cards in the owner's Graveyard to inflict 3000 damage. This Deck also uses card to gain LP, and these cards are "Cure Mermaid", "Darklord Marie"[Notes 1], and "Guardian Angel Joan". As long as "Cure Mermaid" is face-up on the field, the LP is increased by 800 during the owner's Standby Phase, and the same goes for "Marie" during the owner's Standby Phase as it will increases the LP by 200 once if it's in the Graveyard. "Joan" is a Level 8 monster that requires two Tributes to be Normal Summoned, and whenever it destroys a monster by battle and sends to the Graveyard; her effect will increases the LP by the original ATK of that destroyed monster in the Graveyard.

After the player defeat Rebecca's Life Shadow Deck three times, the next difficulty and Deck is unlocked. This Deck features the cards from the "Ghostrick" archetype which Rebecca didn't used in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series. Also, the "Ghostrick" cards being used comes from the booster pack Shadow Specters.

The Ghostrick Night Deck focuses on using the signature card "Ghostrick Mansion" to prevent any monster from attacking face-down Defense Position monsters, but allow the opponent to attack directly if all of the opponent's monsters were in face-down Defense Position. Also, "Mansion" will reduce the effect and battle damage of any monsters by halved if it wasn't by a "Ghostrick" monsters. Each "Ghostrick" monsters can change their battle position once to face-down Defense Position, except for "Ghostrick Alucard", and "Mansion" will protect them from being attacked. This Deck relies on changing the opponent's monsters to face-down Defense Position, so the "Ghostrick" monsters can attack the opponent directly with the effect of "Mansion" to inflict regular battle damage. Changing the opponent's face-up monsters to face-down Defense Position can be done with "Book of Moon" and "Ghostrick Witch" whose effect can change one face-up monster to face-down Defense Position. While the other card "Swords of Concealing Light" can change all face-up monsters to face-down Defense Position, and they can't change their battle position after this card is destroyed during the 2nd Standby Phase after activation.

Notes[edit]

  1. a b Prior to the latest updates, this card's name was "Marie the Fallen One". It was recently changed to "Darklord Marie", so it can becomes part of the "Darklord" archetype.