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Yu-Gi-Oh! The Eternal Duelist Soul is a Yu-Gi-Oh! video game for the Game Boy Advance. It is the international version of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 5 Expert 1 . Gameplay is similar to standard dueling rules, except that the Side Deck allows less than 15 cards, and is more for convenience of getting to cards for your Deck than switching between duels, as CPU duels are single duels rather than matches (with some exceptions in events).

You begin with either a red, green, or black deck. Opponents are arranged in "tiers," with higher tiers unlocked from already open tiers. A tier may consist of 4 or 5 duelists. In order to advance, all duelists on a tier must be beaten a certain amount of times before the next tier can be unlocked. Beating a tier also unlocks certain in-game events, such as special cards that can only be received by beating that tier.

Another important aspect of the game is its in-game calendar. On certain days of the week (not actual days, as the game does not support a real date function) in game, random events may occur, such as receiving a pack of cards in the mail or being challenged to a Match by an opponent. Each time after finishing a duel, the calendar moves on to the next day.

There are 819 different cards in total, counting the Egyptian God Cards . The counter in the "Deck Edit" menu counts the total amount of cards collected, including multiple copies of a card you received. You can receive of upwards to 10000+ cards with the counter.

Aside from the above, this game is nearly identical to Stairway to the Destined Duel except that the default animation speed is slower and you have the option of pressing and holding one of the buttons on the game console to speed it up. There are also notably less cards to choose from in comparison to the aforementioned game.

As more Tiers are unlocked, new Booster Packs will be able to be chosen to reinforce your deck. However, some packs will be unlocked only after defeating an opponent a certain number of times. On the other hand, Magazines are events that give you cards from two special "sets"; the Weekly Yu-Gi-Oh! event happens every Tuesday of the week and the Yu-Gi-Oh! Magazine happens every 21st of the month. There are 819 total cards, counting the 63 cards which don't have password (Egyptian Gods included).

Tournament Report from TheTrystero on ETS Weekly for January 13th, 2018, or “How I learned to stop worrying about Aregenport” Hello everyone, and welcome to my first Eternal tournament report for NumotGaming! First of all I want to give a big shout out to RNG Eternal and their work with the ETS tournaments. I have…

Happy Holidays Scions! I hope your holiday season is full of cheer and good fortune! DWD graced us with a new expansion and ho boy it’s been a big impact.  We’ve seen tribal decks have a go, we’ve seen some goodstuff decks reemerge, and we’ve seen a draft format that is an interesting place.  What…

Earlier this week The Dusk Road was released, and we got some amazing new cards, but I as did many other players had some comparable questions. What’s the new decks, what cards are good, and what cards are worth the Shiftstones. Hopefully I will be able to answer some of those questions for myself and…

Signal Flags Podcast Episode 1: John and Ian review the Fire, Time, and Justice commons and uncommons for the Dusk Road expansion. Part 1/3 

Well The Dusk Road is upon us, and lo it is good.  I thought of no better way to ring in the new set than by cracking a bunch of packs and talking about what I saw!  For a majority of the cards it was my first time seeing them, so you’re getting an insight into…

Good Day Scions! As I’m sure you know, we are approaching the third expansion for Eternal in The Dusk Road.  We’ve seen the three new mechanics, three faction cards, new versions of old characters, and some quite hype cards.  But you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Yes, I too have a preview card to show all…

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Eternal Duelist Soul is a Yu-Gi-Oh! video game for the Game Boy Advance. It is the international version of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 5 Expert 1 . Gameplay is similar to standard dueling rules, except that the Side Deck allows less than 15 cards, and is more for convenience of getting to cards for your Deck than switching between duels, as CPU duels are single duels rather than matches (with some exceptions in events).

You begin with either a red, green, or black deck. Opponents are arranged in "tiers," with higher tiers unlocked from already open tiers. A tier may consist of 4 or 5 duelists. In order to advance, all duelists on a tier must be beaten a certain amount of times before the next tier can be unlocked. Beating a tier also unlocks certain in-game events, such as special cards that can only be received by beating that tier.

Another important aspect of the game is its in-game calendar. On certain days of the week (not actual days, as the game does not support a real date function) in game, random events may occur, such as receiving a pack of cards in the mail or being challenged to a Match by an opponent. Each time after finishing a duel, the calendar moves on to the next day.

There are 819 different cards in total, counting the Egyptian God Cards . The counter in the "Deck Edit" menu counts the total amount of cards collected, including multiple copies of a card you received. You can receive of upwards to 10000+ cards with the counter.

Aside from the above, this game is nearly identical to Stairway to the Destined Duel except that the default animation speed is slower and you have the option of pressing and holding one of the buttons on the game console to speed it up. There are also notably less cards to choose from in comparison to the aforementioned game.

As more Tiers are unlocked, new Booster Packs will be able to be chosen to reinforce your deck. However, some packs will be unlocked only after defeating an opponent a certain number of times. On the other hand, Magazines are events that give you cards from two special "sets"; the Weekly Yu-Gi-Oh! event happens every Tuesday of the week and the Yu-Gi-Oh! Magazine happens every 21st of the month. There are 819 total cards, counting the 63 cards which don't have password (Egyptian Gods included).

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Eternal Duelist Soul is a Yu-Gi-Oh! video game for the Game Boy Advance. It is the international version of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 5 Expert 1 . Gameplay is similar to standard dueling rules, except that the Side Deck allows less than 15 cards, and is more for convenience of getting to cards for your Deck than switching between duels, as CPU duels are single duels rather than matches (with some exceptions in events).

You begin with either a red, green, or black deck. Opponents are arranged in "tiers," with higher tiers unlocked from already open tiers. A tier may consist of 4 or 5 duelists. In order to advance, all duelists on a tier must be beaten a certain amount of times before the next tier can be unlocked. Beating a tier also unlocks certain in-game events, such as special cards that can only be received by beating that tier.

Another important aspect of the game is its in-game calendar. On certain days of the week (not actual days, as the game does not support a real date function) in game, random events may occur, such as receiving a pack of cards in the mail or being challenged to a Match by an opponent. Each time after finishing a duel, the calendar moves on to the next day.

There are 819 different cards in total, counting the Egyptian God Cards . The counter in the "Deck Edit" menu counts the total amount of cards collected, including multiple copies of a card you received. You can receive of upwards to 10000+ cards with the counter.

Aside from the above, this game is nearly identical to Stairway to the Destined Duel except that the default animation speed is slower and you have the option of pressing and holding one of the buttons on the game console to speed it up. There are also notably less cards to choose from in comparison to the aforementioned game.

As more Tiers are unlocked, new Booster Packs will be able to be chosen to reinforce your deck. However, some packs will be unlocked only after defeating an opponent a certain number of times. On the other hand, Magazines are events that give you cards from two special "sets"; the Weekly Yu-Gi-Oh! event happens every Tuesday of the week and the Yu-Gi-Oh! Magazine happens every 21st of the month. There are 819 total cards, counting the 63 cards which don't have password (Egyptian Gods included).

Tournament Report from TheTrystero on ETS Weekly for January 13th, 2018, or “How I learned to stop worrying about Aregenport” Hello everyone, and welcome to my first Eternal tournament report for NumotGaming! First of all I want to give a big shout out to RNG Eternal and their work with the ETS tournaments. I have…

Happy Holidays Scions! I hope your holiday season is full of cheer and good fortune! DWD graced us with a new expansion and ho boy it’s been a big impact.  We’ve seen tribal decks have a go, we’ve seen some goodstuff decks reemerge, and we’ve seen a draft format that is an interesting place.  What…

Earlier this week The Dusk Road was released, and we got some amazing new cards, but I as did many other players had some comparable questions. What’s the new decks, what cards are good, and what cards are worth the Shiftstones. Hopefully I will be able to answer some of those questions for myself and…

Signal Flags Podcast Episode 1: John and Ian review the Fire, Time, and Justice commons and uncommons for the Dusk Road expansion. Part 1/3 

Well The Dusk Road is upon us, and lo it is good.  I thought of no better way to ring in the new set than by cracking a bunch of packs and talking about what I saw!  For a majority of the cards it was my first time seeing them, so you’re getting an insight into…

Good Day Scions! As I’m sure you know, we are approaching the third expansion for Eternal in The Dusk Road.  We’ve seen the three new mechanics, three faction cards, new versions of old characters, and some quite hype cards.  But you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Yes, I too have a preview card to show all…

Tier lists are now updated on a monthly basis. The next update will be posted on February 15th, 2018. This tier list is valid for Patch 1.27.9 (Dusk Road Hotfix ...

There is one constant of Eternal’s ranked ladder, and that is that Oni Ronin will always find a way. With the popularity of decks packed full of…

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