We all know that Yu-Gi-Oh! is a show full of excitement, but sometimes you might be wondering what it’s all about. For those who don’t have time to watch the entire series or for those who are just curious, we’ve compiled some noteworthy filler episodes. With this list, you won’t miss any of your favorite moments from the anime series and will still feel like you’re in tune with our Yu-Gi-Oh! filler list.
The game of Yu-Gi-Oh was first introduced to the Japanese public on April 26, 1996 by Kazuki Takahashi as an anime and manga series that centers around characters from Ancient Egypt like King Tutankhamen or Anubis. The show was originally called YuuuYuuu Hakusho before it became renamed as Yu-Gi-Oh because the English dub of the show would be confusing with a previous series of Ghost Fighter which is also known as YuuuYuukashoo.
The original Japanese version aired in TV Tokyo on April 2001 while the English dub of the show began airing in October that same year. Yu-Gi-Oh! has been a popular anime and card game since its creation, even to this day.
The original Japanese version aired on TV Tokyo between 2001 and 2004 while the English dub of Yu-Gi-Oh debuted in North America during October 2002. The show became a cultural phenomenon in Japan and the rest of Asia by 2004. Yu-Gi-Oh! has been popular since its creation, even to this day with many fans from other countries joining it.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Story
The story of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime is about a boy named Yugi Mutou who likes to play games and puzzles. He solved an ancient puzzle, the Millennium Puzzle, which led him to inherit its spirit known as ‘Yami no Game’. Together with his friends Joey Wheeler and Tristan Taylor they form the ‘Kaijuu Duelists’. They face other duelists in order for them to save their souls from being taken by Yami Bakura or one of Yami’s minions such as Marik Ishtar aka “Malicious”.
n addition there are five different forms for each card: monster, magic/trap cards etc., this creates 2555 possible decks. The battling system includes using monsters’ strength points to either attack an opponent’s monster or defend from their attacks.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Filler List
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime has a total of 255 episodes and out of that episode list, 91 of those episodes are considered filler. This gives us a cost of 40% filler, which is considereably high.