Yu-Gi-Oh! - Volume 011

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"Dungeon of Doom"
EnglishDungeon of Doom
Japanese name
Base rōmajiOwaranai Kettō
Furigana rōmajiOwaranai Dyueru
TranslatedDuel Without End
SubseriesYu-Gi-Oh! Duelist
Subseries number4
3-in-1 volumeVolume 4
Contains chapters8896
Release dates
JapaneseJanuary 8, 1999
EnglishMay 3, 2005
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"Dungeon of Doom", known as "Duel Without End" in the Japanese version, is the eleventh volume of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga. In its first English printing, it was numbered as the fourth volume of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist. In the 3-in-1 edition, its number was changed to match the original Japanese printing.

In the foreword, Kazuki Takahashi mentions that due to a busy schedule, he was unable to design some of the monsters as carefully as he'd have liked to. There was a number of designs he was unsatisfied with. One such example was "Gate Guardian", which he felt he could have made look cooler.


Jonouchi is forced to Duel against "Ghost" Kozuka in an underground crypt. While still tormented by his humiliating loss to Kaiba, Jonouchi must win the Duel himself.

Left trapped in the underground tunnels, Yugi and Jonouchi face against the Meikyû Brothers in order to escape.

Bonus game[edit]

The end of the volume included set of rules for a Duel Monsters Labyrinth Battle Game, along with pictures of cards and a grid which could be photocopied and cut out.


Image Number Subseries number English title Japanese title
#88 #29 "The Lurking Duelists" 暗闇の襲撃者
Kurayami no Shūgeki-sha
"Darkness Assailant"
Kaiba reaches Pegasus Castle, but is refused permission to see Pegasus without 10 Star Chips. While Yugi and Jonouchi prepare for their second day of the tournament, they are spied on by Bandit Keith and his goons.
#89 #30 "Duel Without End" わらない決闘デュエル
Owaranai Dyueru
Jonouchi Duels Ghost Kozuka in the Graveyard field. Keith, who has spruced-up Ghost's Zombie Deck, advises him against playing Zombies for the first few turns, which initially seems disadvantageous, as Jonouchi's monsters plow through them.
#90 #31 "Call of the Grave" 墓場からの呼び声
Hakaba kara no Yobigoe
Jonouchi struggles against Ghost Kozuka's field of zombified monsters, Summoned by "Call of the Haunted". Meanwhile Yugi, Anzu, Honda and Bakura desperately search for Jonouchi.
#91 #32 "Death to the Undead!" ほろびる不死ふし!?
Horobiru Fushi!?
"Immortal Death?!"
Jonouchi continues his Duel with Ghost Kozuka.
#92 #33 "Enter the Labyrinth!" おそいくる迷宮めいきゅう!!
Osoikuru Meikyū!!
"Attack of the Labyrinth!"
Before Yugi, Jonouchi, Anzu, Honda and Bakura can leave the underground, Bandit Keith has his goons lock them in the tunnels, by rolling a boulder in front of the entrance. The groups search for another way out takes them to the Meikyû Brothers, whom Yugi and Jonouchi Duel in order to escape and gain spots in the finals.
#93 #34 "Deathtrap Dungeon!" 死闘!!迷宮の未知の罠!!
Shitō!! Meikyū no Michi no Wana!!
"Deathmatch!! The Labyrinth's Unknown Trap!!"
The Labyrinth Duel between the team of Dark Yugi and Jonouchi and the Meikyû Brothers begins with the Duelists trapped within the "Labyrinth Wall" while "Wall Shadow" decimates their monsters.
#94 #35 "The Magic of the Maze!" 迷宮の魔術!!
Meikyū no Majutsu! !
"The Magic of the Maze!!"
With the "Wall Shadow" destroyed, the Meikyû Brothers use "Magical Labyrinth" to isolate Jonouchi from Dark Yugi.
#95 #36 "The Terror of the Dungeon" きょう洞窟ダンジョン
Kyōfu no Danjon
"The Terror of the Dungeon"
#96 #37 "The Deadly Guardian!!" 魔神の恐怖!!
Majin no Kyōfu! !
"Fear the Demon!!"