Tamashii Nations Bandai Proplica Duel Disk "Yu-Gi-Oh!"
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- Requires 3 AA batteries (sold separately)
- Include 10 plastic cards and pedestal
- Almost full scale
- For ages 15 and up
- Product bears official Bluefin Distribution logo
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From the anime Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters, the Proplica Duel Disk is over 28 inches long and features sound effects and over 40 recorded lines by Kenjiro Tsuda.You can place the Duel Disk on the included base as a display piece. Its mechanical design highlights the Disk even more.
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The monster zones use just enough pressure to keep the cards in place without damaging them, so if you want to play without sleeves, you can do so worry free.
Leave all of your foil Magic and Traps for playing table top. Use common cards for this. It is possible to get cards into the middle two zones without creasing them, the one on the right is much easier to access, but it will definitely damage cards after a few games.
The deck and graveyard slots have these pressure bars on the sides to help keep cards from slipping better. This is nice in theory, but they don’t move easily enough to be very sleeve friendly. Inserting a whole deck of cards is fine, but placing one card at a time into the graveyard will bend the sides of your sleeves so bad they could be considered marked. I’ve tried using some old white sleeves and throwaway cards to keep these bars pushed back somewhat, but they’ve just made an indent into the sleeves instead. Don’t use your pretty sleeves with this thing, as they will become unusable after so many games.
Overall, I’m very happy with mine outside of a few nitpicks.