Scud (Duel Links)

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Scud
Scud
English name
  • Scud
Gender
  • Male
Character typeLegendary Duelist
Duel WorldDuel World (DSOD)
Decks
Duel Links
  • Scud Deck
  • Fun Time!
  • Pain Time!
  • Show of Pain
  • Pain and Pleasure
First appearance onSeptember 26, 2019
First unlockable onSeptember 26, 2019
Added to the Gate onSeptember 26, 2019
English voiceBilly Bob Thompson
Scud (Duel Links)

Scud is a playable Legendary Duelist in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links who appears in Duel World (DSOD). This is a video game depiction of Scud, a character from the movie Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions.

He appears in-game after the player claims his Character Unlock Mission reward for banishing opponents' cards 300 times.

Yellow Gate Keys are required to Duel Scud at the Gate.

Description[edit]

As Domino High School's resident bully, Scud and his cronies film their victims and upload the footage on the internet.

Gallery[edit]

Decks[edit]

Playable character[edit]

The following Decklist and its cards are given to the player when they unlock Scud as a playable character.

Opponent[edit]

The following Decklists are normally used by Scud when encountered at the Gate or found roaming in Duel World.

Level 10[edit]

Level 20[edit]

Level 30[edit]

Level 40[edit]

Level-Up Rewards[edit]

The following lists are the rewards the player accumulates from having Scud reach a certain Level.

Level Reward
2 10 Gems
3 1 copy of "Baron of the Fiend Sword"
4 Attack Charge (Skill)
5 Deck Slot (Scud)
6 15 Gems
7 1 copy of "Battle Footballer"
8 Deck Slot (Scud)
9 25 Gems
10 1 copy of "Mine Golem"
11 1 copy of "Baron of the Fiend Sword"
12 35 Gems
13 Extra Pain (Skill)
14 1 copy of "Battle Footballer"
15 50 Gems
16 1 copy of "Mine Golem"
17 60 Gems
18 1 copy of "Baron of the Fiend Sword"
Level Reward
19 75 Gems
20 Life Charge (Skill)
21 1 copy of "Battle Footballer"
22 100 Gems
23 1 copy of "Tyrant's Temper"
24 120 Gems
25 1 copy of "Mine Golem"
26 150 Gems
27 Deck Slot (Scud)
28 200 Gems
29 250 Gems
30 1 copy of "Tyrant's Temper"
31 100,000 Gold
32 200 Gems
33 1 copy of "Tyrant's Temper"
34 250 Gems
35 1 copy of "Thestalos the Mega Monarch"

Duel Rewards[edit]

Rarity Card
UR "Tyrant's Tantrum"
SR "Soul Tiger", "Minar", "D.D. Trainer"
R "Barrel Rock", "Togex", "Spikebot"
N "Gate Deeg", "Turtle Raccoon"

Skills[edit]

Skill Obtain Method
"Attack Charge" Level-Up Reward (from reaching Level 4)
"Draw Pass" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"Draw Sense: Low-Level" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"Extra Pain" Level-Up Reward (from reaching Level 13)
"Level Reduction" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"Life Charge" Level-Up Reward (from reaching Level 20)
"LP Boost α" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"LP Boost β" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"LP Boost γ" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"LP Boost δ" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"LP Boost Ω" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"Reload" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels
"Smile bright!" Duel Reward from Legendary Duelists or Ranked Duels

Dialogue[edit]

Character-specific[edit]

Joey Wheeler (DSOD)
  • When starting a Duel with Joey Wheeler (DSOD), Scud says "Don't stick your nose where it don't belong, Joey!"
    • When he wins the Duel, he says "Think twice about interferin' in my business again, Joey!"
    • When he loses the Duel, he says "I'll get you back for this, Joey!"
Aigami
  • When starting a Duel with Aigami, Scud says "Smile bright, Aigami!"
    • When he wins the Duel, he says "This is the part where you start crying like a baby, Aigami!", followed by "Hahahahahahaha!"
    • When he loses the Duel, he says one of "This isn't the Aigami I know...", "I'm sorry... Just let me go...", or "Oh no! I'm history!"

Card-specific[edit]

Monsters
  • When Scud Summons "Humpty Grumpty", a cut-in frame of Scud briefly appears, and he announces "You won't see a monster more handsome than this!", followed by "Humpty Grumpty!"
    • Most of the time when Scud attacks with that monster, he announces "Crack 'em up, Humpty Grumpty!"
    • When Scud activates either of that monster's effects, he announces "Here's Humpty Grumpty's effect!"
  • When Scud Summons "Abaki", a cut-in frame of Scud's face briefly appears, and he announces "Bring the pain, Abaki!"
    • Most of the time when Scud attacks with that monster, he announces "Abaki! Spike 'em!"
    • When Scud activates that monster's effect, he announces "Abaki's effect will serve ya up some damage!"
  • When Scud Summons "D-Boyz", a cut-in frame of Scud's face briefly appears, and he announces "D-Boyz! Join Scud's squad!"
    • Most of the time when Scud attacks with that monster, he announces "Get 'em, D-Boyz!"
    • When Scud activates that monster's effect, he announces "D-Boyz! Use your effect!"
Spells/Traps
  • When Scud activates "Dark Room of Nightmare", he announces "The plot of this Duel is all about pain!", followed by "The Continuous Spell, Dark Room of Nightmare!"
    • When Scud activates that card's effect, he announces "Feel the pain! Hahahahaha!"

Trivia[edit]

Kazuki Takahashi's illustration featuring Scud and his gang.
Scud's cut-in pose in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links (flipped horizontally).
  • Scud's cut-in sprite is heavily based on an illustration drawn by Kazuki Takahashi, published on his Instagram account.
    • The major differences are his facial expression, his pose (which is flipped horizontally in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links), and his arms (which have swapped sides).
  • Scud and Tristan Taylor are the only playable Duel Links characters without ace cards.
  • This is Scud's first video-game appereance.