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How to Make Your Own Free Yu-Gi-Oh Cards Online

Updated July 20, 2017

Not only is Yu-Gi-Oh! an anime series, but it is also a comic manga series, video game franchise, and a collectable trading card game with numerous types of cards. In the anime series, the Yu-Gi-Oh! characters including "Yugi Muto," battle with their Yu-Gi-Oh! collectable cards in matches that are known as "duels" as they strive to become duel champions. You can perform a duel with your friends by purchasing Yu-Gi-Oh! cards or by making your own Yu-Gi-Oh! cards online for free.

Open your computer and then open a web browser.

Go to Google images and type in the name of your favourite Yu-Gi-Oh! characters and dragons.

Right click on the images to save them to your computer.

Type in the Yu-Gi-Oh! link from the reference section into your web browser and wait for the web site to load.

Type in the name of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime character at the tab that reads "Name."

Select the card type, attribute, level, trap/magic type, and card rarity that you prefer by clicking on the available options at each of the headings.

Go to the "Picture URL" heading and click on "upload" to select the Yu-Gi-Oh! character photo of your choice.

Enter the circulation, ID, type, and description stats of your choice in the headings provided.

Type "Yu-Gi-Oh!" into the heading that reads "Creator."

Left click on the "Random" button or type in an eight digit number of your choice at the "Serial Number" heading.

Left click on the "Generate" button at the button of the web site to see what your Yu-Gi-Oh! card looks like and then right click on the Yu-Gi-Oh! card to save it your computer.

Create as many Yu-Gi-Oh! cards as you like, with different stats and different images, and then save the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards to your computer.

Right click on the saved Yu-Gi-Oh! cards and select "Print" to print out the cards so you can play the Yu-Gi-Oh! collectable card game with them and perform a "duel" just like the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime character "Yugi Muto" does in the anime series.

Things You'll Need

  • Desktop Computer or Laptop
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About the Author

Angelo Elia began writing in 2007. He has written for several websites, newspapers and magazines, including "Multicom Media" and "Vaughan Citizen." He holds an advanced diploma in print and broadcast journalism from Humber College.