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[[File:MillenniumNecklace.jpg|thumb|Millennium Necklace]]
 
[[File:MillenniumNecklace.jpg|thumb|Millennium Necklace]]
   
The '''Millennium Necklace''' (also known as the '''Millennium Tauk''', pronounced "torque", in the Japanese, which is the specific type of necklace it is) was originally owned by the priestess, [[Isis]], in Ancient Egypt, and became one of the two Items owned by the guardians of the Pharaoh's tomb throughout history, eventually coming to be owned by [[Marik Ishtar|Marik]]'s sister, [[Ishizu Ishtar]] , who is the reincarnation of the priestess Isis. The necklace allows its user to see through time, offering glimpses of the past and near future - futures whose outcomes can only be altered through the use of other [[Millennium Items]]. Using it to foresee her victory against [[Seto Kaiba]] in the [[Battle City|Battle City tournament]], Ishizu handed the necklace over to [[Yugi Muto|Yugi]] when her vision failed to come true, knowing that the necklace would be needed for Yugi to defeat Marik. After [[Joey Wheeler|Joey]] became critically injured after his duel with [[Yami Marik]], the necklace showed [[Yugi Muto|Yugi]] a vision of him and Joey dueling, giving him the courage to fight on. It was later revealed that the necklace had protected Ishizu numerous times before from Marik's shadow magic, as Yami Marik had mentioned when he confronted Ishizu.
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The '''Millennium Necklace''' (also known as the '''Millennium Tauk''', pronounced "torque", in the Japanese, which is the specific type of necklace it is) was originally owned by the priestess, [[Isis]], in Ancient Egypt, and became one of the two Items owned by the guardians of the Pharaoh's tomb throughout history, eventually coming to be owned by [[Marik Ishtar|Marik]]'s sister, [[Ishizu Ishtar]], who is the reincarnation of the priestess Isis. The necklace allows its user to see through time, offering glimpses of the past and near future - futures whose outcomes can only be altered through the use of other [[Millennium Items]]. Using it to foresee her victory against [[Seto Kaiba]] in the [[Battle City|Battle City tournament]], Ishizu handed the necklace over to [[Yugi Muto|Yugi]] when her vision failed to come true, knowing that the necklace would be needed for Yugi to defeat Marik. After [[Joey Wheeler|Joey]] became critically injured after his duel with [[Yami Marik]], the necklace showed [[Yugi Muto|Yugi]] a vision of him and Joey dueling, giving him the courage to fight on. It was later revealed that the necklace had protected Ishizu numerous times before from Marik's shadow magic, as Yami Marik had mentioned when he confronted Ishizu.
   
 
[[Ma'at]] bears the necklace along with the other items.
 
[[Ma'at]] bears the necklace along with the other items.

Revision as of 14:42, January 4, 2013

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Millennium Necklace

The Millennium Necklace (also known as the Millennium Tauk, pronounced "torque", in the Japanese, which is the specific type of necklace it is) was originally owned by the priestess, Isis, in Ancient Egypt, and became one of the two Items owned by the guardians of the Pharaoh's tomb throughout history, eventually coming to be owned by Marik's sister, Ishizu Ishtar, who is the reincarnation of the priestess Isis. The necklace allows its user to see through time, offering glimpses of the past and near future - futures whose outcomes can only be altered through the use of other Millennium Items. Using it to foresee her victory against Seto Kaiba in the Battle City tournament, Ishizu handed the necklace over to Yugi when her vision failed to come true, knowing that the necklace would be needed for Yugi to defeat Marik. After Joey became critically injured after his duel with Yami Marik, the necklace showed Yugi a vision of him and Joey dueling, giving him the courage to fight on. It was later revealed that the necklace had protected Ishizu numerous times before from Marik's shadow magic, as Yami Marik had mentioned when he confronted Ishizu.

Ma'at bears the necklace along with the other items.

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