Which Yu-Gi-Oh! character are you?

Which of these places do you feel most comfortable in?

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Which of your senses is the most sensitive?

Do you ever give up?

Do you enjoy studying?

Which school subject interests you the most?

Are you ever rude to people?

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What would you do if you saw a bear in the woods?

Which kind of art do you like the most?

What's your favorite kind of music?

When on vacation, what do you take the most pictures of?

Do you like to challenge yourself?

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What color is your personality?

Who in your family are you similiar to?

What coffee do you drink the most often?

Is it hard for you to fall asleep?

What movie would you watch?

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What is the superpower you would like to have?

Which Web browser do you use?

What's your favorite fruit?

Which animal reflects your personality the best way?

Which Yu-Gi-Oh! character are you?
Yugi Mutou
One of the main protagonists of the story. He wears the Millennium Puzzle, one of the seven Millennium Items, and an ancient Egyptian artifact holding the spirit of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh. He fears the other personality inside him at first; however, as the narrative progresses, he grows a strong bond with his other self and considers his other soul a close and valuable friend.


Katsuya Jonouchi
Yugi's close friend. Jonouchi is loyal, heroic, good-natured, brave, funny, friendly, kind-hearted, and loving. When Ushio beats up Jonouchi and Honda, Yugi stands up for them, and it's then that Jonouchi realizes that he was jealous of Yugi's "treasure" all along.


Anzu Mazaki
Yugi's childhood best friend and an extremely supportive girl with a lot of spirit for her friends, who has a crush on Atem. Anzu is not an avid game-player and her ability is well below that of Yugi, though she exhibits some knowledge of video game RPGs during the Monster World arc. Her dueling ability is decent and she used to defeat Jonouchi in school before he became a seasoned duelist. She is athletic, has a strong school spirit, and secretly worked at a fast food restaurant called Burger World to save money; her secret dream is to be a professional dancer in the USA.


Hiroto Honda
Honda, who is in class 1-B at Domino High School, is a boy who became a friend of Yugi, Jonouchi, and Anzu. Later on, he becomes a friend to Bakura as well. In the manga, Honda starts out as Jonouchi's street thug buddy and also (at first) has a crush on Miho Nosaka.


Ryo Bakura
A transfer student who becomes friends with the main group of the story. Like Yugi, he is also interested in games, particularly tabletop role-playing games like Monster World. Bakura, the holder of the Millennium Ring, has a dark spirit dwelling inside himself, much like Dark Yugi.



Hey everyone! Have you watched Yu-Gi-Oh? Did you like this series? We hope so because today’s quiz will help you find the answer to the question about which character resembles you the most.

Yu-Gi-Oh! is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kazuki Takahashi. It was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine between September 1996 and March 2004. The plot follows the story of a boy named Yugi Mutou, who solves the ancient Millennium Puzzle. Yugi awakens a gambling alter-ego or spirit within his body that solves his conflicts using various games.

The manga series has spawned a media franchise that includes multiple spin-off manga and anime series, a trading card game, and numerous video games. Most of these incarnations involve the fictional trading card game known as Duel Monsters, where each player uses cards to “duel” each other in a mock battle of fantasy “monsters”, forming the basis for the real-life Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game tie-in. The manga was adapted into two anime series; the first anime adaptation was produced by Toei Animation, which aired from April to October 1998, while the second, was produced by NAS and animated by Studio Gallop titled Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters, aired between April 2000 and September 2004. Yu-Gi-Oh has since become one of the highest-grossing media franchises of all time.

Yu-Gi-Oh! tells the tale of Yugi Mutou, a timid young boy who loves all sorts of games, but is often bullied around. One day, he solves an ancient puzzle known as the Millennium Puzzle, causing his body to play host to a mysterious spirit with the personality of a gambler. From that moment onwards, whenever Yugi or one of his friends is threatened by those with darkness in their hearts, this other Yugi shows himself and challenges them to dangerous Shadow Games which reveal the true nature of someone’s heart, the losers of these contests often being subjected to a dark punishment called a Penalty Game. Whether it be cards, dice, or role-playing board games, he will take on challenges from anyone, anywhere.

As the series progresses, Yugi and his friends learn that this person inside of his puzzle is actually the spirit of a nameless Pharaoh from Ancient Egyptian times, who had lost his memories. As Yugi and his companions attempt to help the Pharaoh regain his memories, they find themselves going through many trials as they wager their lives facing off against gamers that wield the mysterious Millennium Items and the dark power of the Shadow Games.

The original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga by Kazuki Takahashi was serialized in Shueisha’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from September 30, 1996, to March 8, 2004. Unlike most other media, it features a variety of different games. The plot starts out fairly episodic and the first seven volumes include only three instances of Magic & Wizards. In the sixtieth chapter, the Duelist Kingdom arc starts and instances of Magic & Wizards become fairly common, and after the DDD arc, it reappears again and becomes part of an important plot point during the Battle City arc. The last arc of the manga focuses on a tabletop role-playing game that replicates the Pharaoh’s lost memories, in which the battle system is based on an ancient Shadow Game played in his kingdom (stated in-series to be the precursor of Magic & Wizards and the indirect precursor to card games in general). The editors were Yoshihisa Heishi and Hisao Shimada. Kazuki Takahashi credits Toshimasa Takahashi in the “Special Thanks” column.

The English version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga was released in North America by Viz Media, running in Shonen Jump magazine between 2002 and December 2007. The original Japanese character names are kept for most of the characters (Yugi, Jonouchi, Anzu, and Honda, for instance), while the English names are used for a minor number of characters (e.g. Maximillion Pegasus) and for the Duel Monsters cards. Though largely unedited, several instances of censorship appear (such as editing out the finger gesture in later volumes). Viz released the first volume of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga up to the end of the Monster World arc under its original title. Starting from the last chapter of the seventh Japanese volume, the “Duelist Kingdom”, “Dungeon Dice Monsters”, and “Battle City” arcs are released under the title Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duelist; the “Memory World” arc was released under the Yu-Gi-Oh!: Millennium World title.

A spin-off manga titled Yu-Gi-Oh! R was illustrated by Akira Ito under Takahashi’s supervision. The story is of disputed canonicity and takes place in the original manga’s universe, between the Battle City and Millennium World arcs, where Yugi and his friends must stop a man named Yako Tenma who plans to use Anzu Mazaki’s body to revive the deceased Pegasus. The spin-off was serialized in V-Jump between April 21, 2004, and December 21, 2007, and was compiled into five tankōbon volumes. Viz Media released the series in North America between 2009 and 2010.

Which character from Yu-Gi-Oh! is similar to you in personality? Who is your alter ego in the universe of this series? Answer twenty questions in this quiz and see for yourself now!