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[[Image:Pyramid_of_Light-item.gif|thumb|Pyramid of Light]]
 
[[Image:Pyramid_of_Light-item.gif|thumb|Pyramid of Light]]
   
Appearing exclusively in [[Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light]], the '''Pyramid of Light''' is not truly a [[Millennium Items|Millennium Item]]; according to the novelization of the film, it was a failed attempt by [[Akhenaden]] (Aknadin in the English anime) to recreate the [[Millennium Puzzle]] for his son, [[Priest Seto|Seto]], to give him a power on par with [[Pharaoh Atem]], so that he might defeat him and assume the throne. The Pyramid was co-opted by the sorcerer, [[Anubis]], who was then defeated in battle by the Pharaoh. Undaunted, however, Anubis sealed himself within the Millennium Puzzle alongside the Pharaoh and the other powers of the [[Shadow Game]]s.
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Appearing exclusively in [[Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light]], the '''Pyramid of Light''' is not truly a [[Millennium Items|Millennium Item]]; according to the novelization of the film, it was a failed attempt by [[Akhenaden]] (Aknadin in the English anime) to recreate the [[Millennium Puzzle]] for his son, [[Priest Seto|Seto]], to give him a power on par with [[Pharaoh Atem]], so that he might defeat him and assume the throne. The Pyramid was co-opted by the sorcerer, [[Anubis]], who was then defeated in battle by the Pharaoh. Undaunted, however, Anubis sealed himself within the Millennium Puzzle alongside the Pharaoh and the powers of the [[Shadow Game]]s.
   
Anubis sought to recreate his physical form by implanting a [[Duel Monsters]] card fashioned in the likeness of the [[Pyramid of Light|Pyramid]] within the deck of [[Maximillion Pegasus]], and then reanimating his own mummified remains, taking the Pyramid, which had been kept with them in his tomb. The Pyramid of Light card then fell into the hands of [[Seto Kaiba]], who employed it during a [[duel]] with [[Yugi Muto|Yugi]], using its ability to [[removed from play|remove]] the [[Egyptian Gods]] from play. However, now that the Pyramid was in play, Anubis could draw on the life energies of the two combatants, steadily regenerating himself. Taking Kaiba's place in the duel, Anubis seemed defeated when the [[Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon]] destroyed the Pyramid of Light card, taking the artifact itself with it, but Anubis's spirit remained within the jewel at its center, reforming as a giant monster, which the [[Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon]] then [[destroy]]ed, shattering the jewel and destroying Anubis.
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Anubis sought to recreate his physical form by implanting a [[Duel Monsters]] card fashioned in the likeness of the [[Pyramid of Light|Pyramid]] within the deck of [[Maximillion Pegasus]], and then reanimating his own mummified remains, taking the Pyramid, which had been kept with them in his tomb. The Pyramid of Light card then fell into the hands of [[Seto Kaiba]], who employed it during a [[duel]] with [[Yugi Muto|Yugi]], using its ability to [[removed from play|remove]] the [[Egyptian Gods]] from play. However, now that the Pyramid was in play, Anubis could draw on the life energies of the two combatants, steadily regenerating himself. Taking Kaiba's place in the duel, Anubis seemed defeated when the [[Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon]] destroyed the Pyramid of Light card, taking the artifact itself with it, but Anubis's spirit remained within the jewel at its center, reforming as a giant monster, which the [[Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon]] then [[destroy|destroyed]], shattering the jewel and destroying Anubis.
   
 
It is interesting to note that while in the mueseum, there was a tablet next to the Pyramid of Light which depicted the Egyptian God Cards similarly to the Tablet of Lost Memories. This is probably a reference to how the card version of this item removes the God Cards from play.
 
It is interesting to note that while in the mueseum, there was a tablet next to the Pyramid of Light which depicted the Egyptian God Cards similarly to the Tablet of Lost Memories. This is probably a reference to how the card version of this item removes the God Cards from play.

Revision as of 02:21, October 11, 2013

Pyramid of Light-item

Pyramid of Light

Appearing exclusively in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light, the Pyramid of Light is not truly a Millennium Item; according to the novelization of the film, it was a failed attempt by Akhenaden (Aknadin in the English anime) to recreate the Millennium Puzzle for his son, Seto, to give him a power on par with Pharaoh Atem, so that he might defeat him and assume the throne. The Pyramid was co-opted by the sorcerer, Anubis, who was then defeated in battle by the Pharaoh. Undaunted, however, Anubis sealed himself within the Millennium Puzzle alongside the Pharaoh and the powers of the Shadow Games.

Anubis sought to recreate his physical form by implanting a Duel Monsters card fashioned in the likeness of the Pyramid within the deck of Maximillion Pegasus, and then reanimating his own mummified remains, taking the Pyramid, which had been kept with them in his tomb. The Pyramid of Light card then fell into the hands of Seto Kaiba, who employed it during a duel with Yugi, using its ability to remove the Egyptian Gods from play. However, now that the Pyramid was in play, Anubis could draw on the life energies of the two combatants, steadily regenerating himself. Taking Kaiba's place in the duel, Anubis seemed defeated when the Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon destroyed the Pyramid of Light card, taking the artifact itself with it, but Anubis's spirit remained within the jewel at its center, reforming as a giant monster, which the Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon then destroyed, shattering the jewel and destroying Anubis.

It is interesting to note that while in the mueseum, there was a tablet next to the Pyramid of Light which depicted the Egyptian God Cards similarly to the Tablet of Lost Memories. This is probably a reference to how the card version of this item removes the God Cards from play.

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