Pegasus uses a Toon/Illusion Deck focused around the card "Toon World", a card unreleased to the public which allows him to play special Toon Monsters. Also, Pegasus plays multiple cards that allow him to take control of his opponent's monsters, which are often then turned into Toon monsters themselves.





Duelist Kingdom

Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Bandit Keith 16 No result (Duel taken over by Sam, who won; flashback)
Yugi Muto/Yami Yugi 2 Win
Seto Kaiba 26-27 Win
Yugi Muto/Yami Yugi 35-39 Lose

Specifically for his Duel with Yugi Muto, Pegasus created the cards "Relinquished", "Thousand-Eyes Restrict", "Thousand-Eyes Idol", and "Dark-Eyes Illusionist". In his first Duel with Yugi, he plays a test Deck that deals with taking control of Yugi's monsters. In Duelist Kingdom, along with his Toon cards, Pegasus' Deck mainly focused on using his opponents own monsters and card effects against them. Later on, in the anime, his Deck focused only on the "Toon" cards. He also uses some cards, such as "Prophecy", that allow him to take advantage of his mind reading abilities.

The cards "Doma the Angel of Silence", "Happy Lover" and "Mask of Darkness" are not used in any of his Duels, but were seen when Yami Bakura held his spontaneous Tarot session with Pegasus. In the English version, Bakura explicitly states that these cards were Pegasus's; however, in the Japanese version, the Deck's owner remains ambiguous, as Bakura only refers to the Tarot Deck as "these cards", so he might have brought them himself.

In addition, he also once wielded "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" via a stone tablet.


Waking the Dragons

Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Mai Valentine 151 Lose (flashback)

Pegasus was defeated by Mai Valentine, but only his "Thousand-Eyes Restrict" was shown in the flashback. Alister then used his Deck against Seto Kaiba.

Waking the Dragons

Pyramid of Light

Opponent Outcome
Seto Kaiba Lose

In the movie, his Deck focuses on swarming the field with his Toons. The full Decklist (totaling out to exactly forty cards) was given in the novelization of the film.


Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Vellian Crowler, Jean-Louis Bonaparte 92 Win

In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Pegasus' Deck has new Spell-Trap support for his Toons.

GX Deck

Scripted Duels

In the first Scripted Duel Pegasus appeared in, he dueled alongside Bakura against Mai, Joey, and Yugi in a 3 vs. 2 duel. Singular duels were conducted, with a new duelist taking the place of his partner after his partner lost. In Pegasus' second scripted duel, he borrowed a "Wind-Up" Deck constructed by Billy Brake. In his fourth scripted duel, Pegasus used a "Burning Abyss" Deck.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Providence 2012

Opponent(s) Tournament Outcome(s)
Mai Valentine YCS Providence 2012 Special Win
Joey Wheeler YCS Providence 2012 Special Win
Yami Yugi YCS Providence 2012 Special Lose

North American WCQ 2013 Special

Opponent Tournament Outcome(s)
Seto Kaiba North American WCQ 2013 Special Lose

North American WCQ 2015 Special

Opponent Tournament Outcome(s)
Marik Ishtar North American WCQ 2015 Special Win

YCS Origins 2016 Special

Opponent Tournament Outcome(s)
Joey Wheeler YCS Origins 2016 Special Win

North American WCQ 2017 Special

Opponent Tournament Outcome(s)
Jack Atlas North American WCQ 2017 Special Lose

Video games

The Eternal Duelist Soul


Worldwide Edition: Stairway to the Destined Duel


World Championship 2004

In Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2004, Pegasus still uses a Toon Deck, modified to accommodate the rulings not present in the anime. He uses several cards which boost his Life Points, in order to balance the many Life Point payments required by his Toon Monsters (1000 for the activation of Toon World, and 500 for every attack made with a Toon). He also uses cards like Nimble Momonga and Change of Heart to gather Tributes for his many high-level monsters, as well as Cyber Jar and Morphing Jar to help him find key cards in his Deck. If he is unable to summon his Toons, he also has Black Illusion Ritual and Relinquished to turn enemy monsters' strength into his own.

As a Tier 3 opponent, Pegasus is unlocked by defeating all of the Tier 2 duelists at least five times each. The player must also have at least one copy of "Toon Mermaid", "Toon Summoned Skull", "Manga Ryu-Ran", and "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" in their Trunk, with none in their Deck. If Pegasus is defeated ten times, the latter restriction is removed.


The Dawn of Destiny


Reshef of Destruction


Nightmare Troubadour


Toon World! (Version 1)
Toon World! (Version 2)
Toon Channel

Deck Recipe

Toon Doom

World Championship 2008

Future Vision

Duelist of the Roses

Illusionist Faceless Mage (incomplete)

The Falsebound Kingdom

Monster Army

Capsule Coliseum

Imperfect Paradise
Shrine of Chaos #1
Shrine of Chaos #2

Duel Terminal



  1. 1.0 1.1 This card was played as a Normal Monster. It is a Fusion Monster in the TCG/OCG.
  2. This card was played as a Monster Card. It is a Trap Card in the TCG/OCG.
  3. This card was played as an Illusion Card. It is a Spell Card in the anime.
  4. This card's card type was not specified. It is a Spell Card in the TCG/OCG.
  5. This card is used in flashback against Bandit Keith in episode 16. Also, it is treated as Normal Monster.
  6. This card can be seen after he loses to Yugi during episode 39. The card is replaced by "Laser Cannon Armor" in the dub.
  7. This card was played as an Effect Monster. It is a Trap Card in the TCG/OCG and was depicted as a Trap Card in the dub.
  8. This card was depicted as a Magic Card in the dub.
  9. This card was played as a Continuous Spell Card. It is a Field Spell Card in the OCG.
  10. This card is removed from play via the effect of "Toon Kingdom" during his GX Duel.
  11. This card is activated from the hand as a Trap Monster and Hawkin's commentary mentions it has a total of 2700 DEF after absorbing "Harpie's Pet Dragon". This may allude to Duelist Kingdom rules in which Trap Cards were freely played from the hand and how in Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 027 - Champion vs. Creator - Part 2, "Dragon Capture Jar" had 2700 DEF after adding "Blue-Eyes White Dragon's" 2500. However, in the anime and manga, "Dragon Capture Jar" had 100 ATK and 200 DEF. Assuming Hawkin's commentary is not wrong and all rules are followed, "Dragon Capture Jar" is used as a 300 DEF monster that can Special Summon itself from the hand in this duel.
  12. 12.0 12.1 This card is added to the hand via "Cyber Jar" and is sent to the Graveyard by "Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End".
  13. Only one copy of this card is Summoned. The second was added to the hand via “Wind-Up Factory” and is sent to the Graveyard by "Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End".
  14. Only one copy of this card is activated. The other is sent to the Graveyard by "Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End".
  15. 15.0 15.1 Although Pegasus has never been seeing using this card in anime canon, it is implied Alister stole it from his Deck.
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