Yu-Gi-Oh! - Duel 220
|English||The Unbreakable Duelist|
|Japanese magazine||Weekly Shōnen Jump 2001 #25|
|Tankōbon volume||25: "The Power of Ra"|
|Bunkoban volume||Volume 15|
|Japanese||May 21, 2001|
|Previous||"The Dark Game!!"|
|Next||"Descent of the God!"|
"The Unbreakable Duelist" (折れない決闘者 Orenai Dyuerisuto) is the 220th chapter of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga. In its first English printing, it was numbered as the 161st chapter of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist. In the 3-in-1 edition, its number was changed to match the original Japanese printing.
Dark Yugi is able to soothe Mai's mental trauma, reminding her that the injuries are illusions. With her friends supporting her, Mai fights back, bringing out "Amazoness Chain Master." Dark Marik Summons a torture monster, "Viser Des," which is invincible for three turns, and crushes the head of "Amazoness Chain Master," forcing Mai to destroy her own monster. Dark Yugi's attempts to stop the Shadow Game are futile, and Dark Marik takes pleasure in torturing both Dark Yugi and Mai. Mai seizes the chance to use the effect of her "Chain Master" to take "The Sun Dragon Ra," from Dark Marik's Deck. Dark Marik immediately warns Mai that torturing her won't be enough now.
Featured Duels: Mai Kujaku VS Dark Marik
Turn 4: Dark Marik
Dark Marik draws and Normal Summons "Viser Des" in Attack Position. (500/?) He attacks "Amazoness Chain Master" with "Viser Des," with "Viser Des'" effect preventing it from being destroyed for three turns after it is Summoned (and according to the rules in the manga, thus preventing battle damage when it battles. The (later revealed) effect of "Viser Des" would reduce the ATK of "Amazoness Chain Master" by 500 each turn, but Mai activates her Set "Grave Arm," sending "Amazoness Chain Master" to the Graveyard. As it was sent to the Graveyard while previously in Attack Position, the effect of "Amazoness Chain Master" allows Mai to pay 1000 Life Points (Mai: 2600) to take 1 Monster Card from Dark Marik's Deck. She chooses "The Sun Dragon Ra."
The following cards appeared in this chapter. Cards in italics debuted here.
- "Oda's Deep Thoughts". thegrandline.com. (release date for Weekly Shōnen Jump 2001 #25)