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(source Yu-Gi-Oh! Wikia)
The Millennium Puzzle is one of the Millennium Items. It was originally known as the Millennium Pendant, but after being shattered and requiring assembly it came to be known as the Millennium Puzzle. The Pendant resembles an upside-down pyramid with an eye on the front. It has a ring on top, allowing it to be worn around the owner's neck. In addition to holding the soul of Atem, the puzzle is able to fulfill one wish of the person who had solved it and heighten its owner's chance of success in a game, judging by their skill as well as the importance of the game at hand. The hieroglyphs enscribed on the puzzle say, "The one who solves me shall gain the powers and knowledge of darkness..."

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[top]Yu-Gi-Oh Series One

# Rarity Subtitle Cost Affiliation Ability Max Die
58 Uncommon The Eternal Dungeon 5
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When rolled, move this to your field. It does not go to your used pile until used. You may discard this die to send one opposing monster it its used pile.

ERRATA: Continuous. You may move this die to your Used Pile to send one opposing monster to the Used Pile. (You may use this ability when you may play a Global Ability. This die stays fielded until used.)*
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[top]*Errata
Millennium Puzzle: The Eternal Dungeon has been reworded: Continuous. You may move this die to your Used Pile to send one opposing monster to the Used Pile. (You may use this ability when you may play a Global Ability. This die stays fielded until used.)

New Keyword: Continuous: Actions with Continuous move from the Reserve Pool to the Field Zone when played and can stay there at the end of the turn. Sometimes they’ll send themselves to the Used Pile for an effect whenever you could use a Global Ability.[1]

[top]References

  1. ^ Dice Masters Errata. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 7-13-2015.

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