Yu-Gi-Oh, Season 5-Dawn of the Duel Vol. 2
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The time of destiny is now! Yugi and and Yami Yugi - more than friends, closer than brothers. Will they stay together, or is it time to say goodbye?
It's the final answers, the final duel and the final time we will see our friends in the rousing conclusion to Yu-Gi-Oh! The final test is about to begin!
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So, this DVD concludes the Yu-Gi-Oh! television series with an outstanding series finale. The bad thing about this is that it is the end, and after watching all 224 episodes of this show - you're left wanting for more (especially after you see the last five episodes). Basically, the Egyptian Arc ends in the episode "IN THE NAME OF THE PHARAOH." To give kind of a quick synopsis of what happens up to that point: the Pharaoh continues his battle with Bakura, Zorc The Dark One is (in fact) resurrected, Kaiba joins their little adventure, Master Akhenaden turns more evil than he already was, the Pharaoh's name is or is not revealed (I don`t want to spoil it!), and the Blue Eyes plays an important part in the ending. Then, after the everyone escapes the past...there is one more task left to be accomplished. Yugi must defeat the Pharaoh in a duel in order to set the Pharaoh's spirit free. If Yugi looses, the Pharaoh is trapped within the Millennium Puzzle for another 5,000 years. But if Yugi wins, the Pharaoh will leave them all for ever. Like stated before, the ending of Yu-Gi-Oh! will make you cry because it is very sad indeed, but it's definitely worth watching if you've purchased Yu-Gi-Oh - Season 5 - Dawn of the Duel - Part 1 and all the other DVDs of this anime. I thought all these episodes were very well written and the story itself was amazing. When you see Pegasus in "THE FINAL JOURNEY" and you actually hears what he says, you get that feeling that everything is about to end and that the series was not rushed at all, but was instead all leading up to this moment since the beginning. Though it is sad, it's a definite must-see - no doubts about that! The only regret is that, like another customer pointed out in another review, the ending was cut short by like a minute. In the Japanese version, you see what a lot of characters were doing at the end (during the credits, of course). Anyway, all in all, this is a beautiful conclusion to the Yu-Gi-Oh! show and I recommend buying it! BUT WE WARNED: IT IS SAD! I AM NOT EXAGGERATING!
This dvd is for season 5.Season 5 was split into 3 parts.
1.Grand Championship/episodes 185-198
2.Capsule Monsters(SPECIAL)/Not tv series episodes but take place between Grand Championship and Dawn of the Duel
3.Dawn of the Duel/episodes 199-224
Dawn of the Duel is also split into 2 parts.
Part 1.Millennium World
Part 2.Ceremonial Battle
Millenium World Plot
With three God Cards in his possession, Yami Yugi (Dark Yugi in the original Japanese, "yami" being the Japanese word for "darkness") is ready to find all his lost memories. However, he's in for more than he bargains for when he is thrust into the World of Memory, an alternate reality inside the Millennium Puzzle based on the events that occurred in Egypt 5,000 years ago (3,000 years ago in the Japanese anime). There, the Pharaoh must relive the last days of his previous life, fighting his old enemies and reuniting with his old friends. But his new friends have not forgotten about him, and Yugi and his friends travel inside the Millennium Puzzle to find the World of Memory and help the Pharaoh recover all his memories. However, Yami Bakura (Dark Bakura in the Japanese anime) plans on using the information gained in the World of Memory to gain the powers of the Millennium Items and reawaken an ancient evil that has remained dormant for the past 5,000 years.
Ceremonial Battle Plot
Pharaoh Atem has obtained all seven millennium items, acquired all three Egyptian God Cards, defeated Zorc Necrophades in the Memory World, and has found out all about his past, including his name. Now, the pharaoh can quietly leave the mortal world, and join his faithful priests in the afterlife. However, the doorway to the afterlife can only be opened if the pharaoh is defeated in a duel. Yugi takes on the challenge, dueling Atem to let him go. Even though Atem would very much want to go to the afterlife, he has a good pride in his skills, and will never let anybody beat him easily. Another reason is because Atem wants to see if Yugi is independent and can win a duel without his help. However, Atem is defeated by Yugi and proceeds to enter the afterlife, much to his new friends' dismay.
This dvd continues and finishes the Millenium World plot(where the last dvd left off) and continues with the Ceremonial Battle plot in it's entirety.This dvd is also the EDITED ENGLISH DUBB version.This dvd has some of the best voice casting,story and picture+audio quality I've seen for 1990's anime that's been put and REMASTERED on Region 1 dvd.
This is a SUPER SPECIAL AWESOME series in my opinion and I rate it 5/5 stars.
Unfortunatly,This title has been discontinued.I suggest you get this series if you can find it.
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