.__   ._.
\__  |   |__ __           /  _____/|__|         \_____  \ |  |__| |
 /   |   |  |  \  ______ /   \  ___|  |  ______  /   |   \|  |  \ |
 \____   |  |  / /_____/ \    \_\  \  | /_____/ /    |    \   Y  \|
 / ______|____/           \______  /__|         \_______  /___|  /_
 \/                              \/                     \/     \/\/
________                   __  .__
\______ \   ____   _______/  |_|__| ____ ___.__.
 |    |  \_/ __ \ /  ___/\   __\  |/    <   |  |
 |    `   \  ___/ \___ \  |  | |  |   |  \___  |
/_______  /\___  >____  > |__| |__|___|  / ____|
        \/     \/     \/               \/\/
__________                       .___
\______   \ _________ _______  __| _/
 |    |  _//  _ \__  \\_  __ \/ __ |
 |    |   (  <_> ) __ \|  | \/ /_/ |
 |______  /\____(____  /__|  \____ |
        \/           \/           \/
___________                         .__
\__    ___/___________ ___  __ ____ |  |   ___________
  |    |  \_  __ \__  \\  \/ // __ \|  | _/ __ \_  __ \
  |    |   |  | \// __ \\   /\  ___/|  |_\  ___/|  | \/
  |____|   |__|  (____  /\_/  \___  >____/\___  >__|
                      \/          \/          \/

Title of Game: Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Board Traveler
Name of System: Game Boy Advance
Type of Guide: FAQ
Number of Version: Version 1.9
Last Revision Date: 22-07-10
Name of Writer: Tails333

Table of Contents
-----------------
1.  Introduction
2.  Version History
3.  Game Overview
	3.01 - Game Controls
	3.02 - Game Basics
	3.03 - Map Screen
	3.04 - Card Screen
	3.05 - Duel Screen
	3.06 - Battle Damage
4.  Appendices
	4.01 - List of Characters
	4.02 - List of Maps
5.  Hints and Tips
6.  Frequently Asked Questions
7.  Credits
8.  Contact Information
9.  Copyright Information

TIP: If you want to find a section in the Table of Contents more quickly and
easily, press Ctrl + F simultaneously to bring up the 'Find' function menu.
Type or paste the name/number of the section into the menu.  Click on 'Find
Next' to go to the section you've typed or pasted.

NOTE: This game was re-released on a compilation entitled Yu-Gi-Oh! Double
Pack 2.  The compilation contains Dungeon Dice Monsters and Destiny Board
Traveler.  This FAQ was written using the original game, but it can be used for
Yu-Gi-Oh! Double Pack 2's version as well.

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1.  Introduction
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After writing FAQs for a few Yu-Gi-Oh! games, I decided to write one for
Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Board Traveler.  The purpose of this FAQ is to help you
progress through the game, by unlocking maps and LM types.  Since there is no
ending to this game, you can play it forever if you wanted to.  Destiny Board
Traveler is a hybrid of the Mario Party titles for the Nintendo 64/GameCube and
Sonic Shuffle for the Sega Dreamcast.  There are no mini-games or usable items
(such as Mario Party 5's Capsules and Sonic Shuffle's Forcejewels), though.
There are only Battle Spaces and Special Zones on the board maps, as you must
summon monsters to get enough stars to win a game.

If you were expecting another Yu-Gi-Oh! game like World Wide Edition, you will
be disappointed.  Destiny Board Traveler is nothing like the card game.  There
are only Monster Cards in this game, so you can only use monsters to defeat
your opponents.  The other types of cards don't exist here.  In addition, you
can't use the special abilities of Effect Monsters, despite the fact that the
text of their cards describe them.  There is a Graveyard, but you can't check
to see which monsters currently reside there or bring them back to the field.

Destiny Board Traveler can be difficult to understand first.  I advice
beginners to read the Instruction Manual and the Game Overview section, since
this game can be frustrating if you don't know how to play it.

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2.  Version History
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Version 1.0, 8th October 2005:
Submitted the FAQ.

Version 1.1, 15th October 2005:
Edited Introduction, updated FAQ.

Version 1.2, 12th November 2005:
Updated Codes and Secrets, updated FAQ.

Version 1.3, 22nd April 2006:
Updated FAQ.

Version 1.4, 19th August 2006:
Changed formatting and rewrote the Table of Contents.  Updated FAQ regarding a
question about this game being re-released.  Added ASCII art to the top of the
FAQ.

Version 1.5, 25th August 2007:
Updated the Characters, Game Overview and Frequently Asked Questions sections.

Version 1.6, 1st September 2007:
Updated Game Overview section.

Version 1.7, 29th December 2007:
Edited the Introduction.

Version 1.8, 13th January 2008:
Updated FAQ.

Version 1.9, 22nd July 2010:
Updated Game Overview and added Appendices.

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3.  Game Overview
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This section overviews everything you should know prior to starting this game.

===============================================================================
			3.01 - GAME CONTROLS
===============================================================================

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
			Options Screen Controls
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Name			| Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Start Button		| Enter Options Screen at the Title Screen.
Select Button		| Enter Options Screen at the Title Screen.
A Button		| Enter selections.
B Button		| Cancel selections.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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			Character Selection Screen Controls
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Name			| Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Start Button		| Enter Play Mode Screen.
Select Button		| Enter Play Mode Screen.
A Button		| Choose the selected character.
L Button		| Select a character.
R Button		| Select a character.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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			Play Mode Screen Controls
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Name			| Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+Control Pad		| Select Menu Items and Monster Cards.
Start Button		| Scroll through card descriptions.
Select Button		| Scroll through card descriptions.
A Button		| Choose selected Monster Cards.
B Button		| Roll dice.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

===============================================================================
			3.02 - GAME BASICS
===============================================================================

In this game, you can compete against computerized opponents or friends on a
5x5 game board.  The gameplay involves playing randomly given cards (similar to
Sonic Shuffle).  Players get stars when they successfully summon monsters.  
When you have the required number of stars, as set in the win conditions, you 
win the game.  This section will give you a walkthrough of the Game Basics and
explain how to create a board.

Life Points
-----------
Life Points represent the life of the character.  They can be affected by
events triggered by characters landing in Special Zones and by duel outcomes.
For example, when characters move to Domino Park's Special Zone, their Life
Points recover 1,000 points.  If your LP reaches 0, you are disqualified and
any monsters you summoned become stray monsters.  If all but one player are
disqualified, the remaining active player wins by default.

LM Type Selection
-----------------
Select the number of maps and how they will be linked together to create the
game board.  At first, only a single map, 'Domino Park', is available, but you
can unlock up to eight more maps.  The number of formations increases when you
win a game as Mai Valentine, Yami Bakua, Yami Yugi, Kaibaman, Seto Kaiba and
Maximillion Pegasus.

Map Selection
-------------
Press Up/Down on the +Control Pad to select a map number and then Left/Right to
enter your selection and set the map.  When eight/nine  maps are available, you
can play with up to 8 at a time.

Win Conditions
--------------
Once the map is complete, the Win Conditions Screen appears and you can set the
win conditions.  Select the number of stars required to win the game.  You can
choose up to 250 stars.  After you have set the win conditions, the Map Screen
appears.

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			3.03 - MAP SCREEN
===============================================================================

The order of the players' turns are determined randomly at the beginning of the
game.  When it's your turn, 1 new card is added to your hand and the Map Screen
is displayed.  You can have an unlimited number of cards in your hand.  The Map
Screen is where players move their characters and where monsters are summoned.
Events are triggered by characters landing in Special Zones and by the outcome
of duels.

Unfortunately, you will probably have no idea what cards you will draw, since
the game doesn't list the cards that are in your character's dueling deck and 
Also, there is a lack of customisation for the characters' decks, so you're
stuck with their default ones.

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			  Map Screen Menu
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Name			| Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Set on Dice		| Show the Card Screen and select cards to set.
View Space		| View information about the monster or Special Zone.
View Map		| View the map the character is on.
Large Map		| View the map, character locations and win conditions.
Super Power		| Activate your character's Super Power.
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Character Face
--------------
Displays a character's face.

Character LP
------------
Displays a character's Life Points.

Super Power
-----------
Each character has a Super Power or special ability.  When it is your turn,
the game determines randomly whether you will be able to use your Super Power
or not during that turn.  To activate your Super Power, select "Super Power"
from the Map Screen Menu before you roll the Summon Dice during your turn.

Super Power Mark
----------------
Displayed when a character's Super Power is activated.

Summoned Monsters
-----------------
The grey cards indicate stray monsters summoned by Creeps and the colour-coded
cards indicate monsters summoned by the active players.  If a player is
disqualified, any monsters he/she summoned become stray monsters.  With the
exception of Special Zones, all spaces are initially covered with stray
monsters.  Therefore, it is impossible to summon any monster unless you destroy
the stray monsters first.  If a space becomes empty, you can summon a monster 
to the space straight away without having to duel.

Special Zone
------------
These spaces have different effects, depending on the map.  For example,
when characters move to Domino Park's Special Zone, their Life Points recover
1,000 points.  If your character has crystals, then you can land on the Special
Zone without triggering an event.

Crystals
--------
Crystals will only appear on maps combined via the LM system.  If one of the
crystals is on a Special Zone, you won't trigger an event if you land on it.
Instead, you will be teleported to another map.

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			3.04 - CARD SCREEN
===============================================================================

The Card Selection Screen allows you to set cards on the Summon Dice (facing
page).  Press Left/Right on the +Control Pad to scroll through the cards in
your hand and press the A Button to display the Card Screen.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
			  Card Screen Menu
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Name			| Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Star Face		| Set selected card on the Star Face of the dice.
Regular Face		| Set selected card on the Regular Face of the dice.
Roll Dice		| Roll the dice.
Back to Map		| Return to the Map Screen.
Cancel			| Return to the Card Selection Screen.
Remove from Dice	| Remove a selected card from the dice.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Character Face
--------------
Displays a character's face.

Character LP
------------
Displays a character's Life Points.

S/R Mark
--------
The "S" mark indicates that the card is set on the "Star Face" and the "R"
mark means that the card is set on a "Regular Face".

Info Window
-----------
Displays detailed information about a monster.  Press the Start or Select
Button to scroll through pages in the info window.

Summon Dice
-----------
Summon Dice are special dice that have faces that change depending on what
cards are set on or assigned to each face.  It has 1 "Star Face" and 5
"Regular Faces" so you can set up to 6 cards.

Roll Dice
---------
Select "Roll Dice" from the Card Screen Menu to start the dice spinning.
Press the B Button to roll the Summon Dice.  The number of stars you rolled
indicates how many spaces you can move your character before summoning a
monster.  Note that the Summon Dice will roll automatically after a set
period of time if you do not press the B Button.

Soul Shuffle
------------
If you press the A Button constantly after selecting Dice Roll, the dice
will glow and spin even faster.  This is called "Soul Shuffle".  The faster
the dice spins, the more powerful the Soul Shuffle and the greater the
chances that you will roll the "Star Face".

Summon Monsters
---------------
The monster that was set on the face of the Summon Dice that you rolled with
the Dice Roll command will be summoned.  If you already have a monster on a
space and you try to summon another monster to the same place, your new monster
will replace the previous one.  Depending on the level or number of stars of
the monster, you may need tribute monsters to successfully summon the monster.
Summoning a 5-6 Star monster requires a tribute of 1 monster.  Summoning a 7-
Star or higher monster requires 2.  Ultimate Dragon, F.G.D and Egyptian God
Cards require 3.

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			3.05 - DUEL SCREEN
===============================================================================

The Duel Screen is where the outcomes of duels are determined.  If you land on
a space where your opponent has already summoned a monster, a duel will start.
If you land on a space where there is a stray monster, a duel will begin also.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
			  Duel Menu
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Name			| Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Attack Position		| Set your monster in Attack Position.
Defense Position	| Set your monster in Defense Position.
Pass			| Don't make a selection.
Cancel			| Return to the Duel Screen.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Info Window
-----------
Displays detailed information about a monster.  Press the Start or Select
Button to scroll through pages in the info window.

Super Power Mark
----------------
Displayed when a character's Super Power has been activated.

Duel Dice
---------
Players roll the Duel Dice during duels.  Depending on the face that the Duel
Dice lands on, the monsters and the outcome of the duel can be greatly
affected.  There is an 80% chance that the Duel Dice will have no effect on the
duel, but there is a 20% chance that it will.  1 side of the Duel Dice reverses
the Position of your opponent's monster, 1 side of the Dice lowers the ATK/DEF
of your opponent's monster by 500 points, and 4 sides of the Dice have no
effect on the duel.

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			3.06 - BATTLE DAMAGE
===============================================================================

Battle Damage means damage to a player or monster that is caused as a result of
battle with a monster.  If there isn't a monster on your opponent's space, you
can attack him/her directly.  The attacking monster's ATK is subtracted from
his/her Life Points as damage.  When monsters battle each other, the Battle
Position of the card being attacked changes the result of the battle.  If the
monster being attacked is face-down, it's flipped face-up before damage is
calculated.  When both monsters are in Defence Position, the challenger's
monster returns to his/her hand and the defender's monster keeps the space.

When you attack an Attack Position monster:
If (ATK of your monster) > (ATK of opponent's monster), the opponent's monster
is destroyed and he/she is dealt battle damage equal to the difference.  Your
monster is summoned to the space.  If (ATK of your monster) = (ATK of
opponent's monster), both monsters are destroyed.  The space becomes empty.
If (ATK of your monster) < (ATK of opponent's monster), the attacking monster
is destroyed and you receive damage equal to the difference.  Your opponent's
monster keeps the space.

When you attack a Defence Position monster:
If (ATK of your monster) > (DEF of opponent's monster), the opponent's monster
is destroyed.  Your monster is summoned to the space.  If (ATK of your monster)
= (DEF of opponent's monster), the attacking monster returns to your hand and
your opponent's monster keeps the space.  If (ATK of your monster) < (DEF of
opponent's monster), you receive damage equal to the difference.  The
attacking monster returns to your hand and your opponent's monster keeps the
space.

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4.  Appendices
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===============================================================================
			4.01 - LIST OF CHARACTERS
===============================================================================

Yugi Muto
---------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Super Power: Change of Heart - Has a chance of stealing one random monster on
the game board.  Stars for monsters belonging to another player are transferred
from the original owner to Yugi.

Joey Wheeler
------------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Super Power: Re-Roll - Can re-roll the Summon Dice one time.

Seto Kaiba
----------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Super Power: Crush Virus - Can destroy all monsters with an ATK of 1500 or
higher in his opponents' hands.

Mokuba Kaiba
------------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Super Power: Confiscation - Can take one card from each of his opponents'
hands.

Mai Valentine
-------------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Super Power: Aroma Tactics - Can identify all the monsters of the map she is
currently on.

Maximillion Pegasus
-------------------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Super Power: Damage Reversal - Can reverse all Life Point damage aimed at him
during a duel back at his opponent.

Rebecca Hawkins
---------------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Super Power: Warp - Can teleport all players to random spaces on the map.

Dark Magician Girl
------------------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Super Power: Master's Help - Can summon Dark Magician, Dark Flare Knight, Dark
Paladin or Magician of Black Chaos in a duel.

NOTE: After you unlock the following characters via the codes, they will appear
as CPU opponents on the maps in addition to the other characters, so watch out
for them.  Their Super Powers can turn the tables on you if you're not careful.

Grandpa Muto
------------
How to Unlock: When you are at the Title Screen, press the L Button, Right + B
Button simultaneously, Right, B Button, R Button, Left, Down, and A Button.
Super Power: Rule Change - Can randomly increase or decrease the number of
stars needed to win.

Kaibaman
--------
How to Unlock: When you are at the Title Screen, press Down, B Button, Left,
Right, Right, R Button, Up + R Button simultaneously, and A Button.
Super Power: Lose Turn - Can make his opponents lose their next turn.

Yami Bakura
-----------
How to Unlock: When you are at the Title Screen, press the L Button, Down,
Right, Left + B Button simultaeously, R Button, Down, Down, and A Button.
Super Power: Absorption - Can absorb 1/8 of each of his opponents' Life Points.

Yami Yugi
---------
How to Unlock: When you are at the Title Screen, press the R Button, Left, B
Button, Right, Up + R Button simultaneously, Right, Down, and A Button.
Super Power: Higher Chance - Can give him a higher chance of rolling a Star
Face.

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			4.01 - LIST OF MAPS
===============================================================================

Above Tibet
-----------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Grandpa Muto.
Special Zone:  The player loses all the cards in his/her hand and must draw 5
more.

Chicago
-------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Dark Magician Girl.
Special Zone: All cards on the board are shuffled and randomly placed face-down.

Desert
------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Mai Valentine.
Special Zone: A random monster from the sandy side of the board may be sent to
the Graveyard, causing the player to lose all the stars for that monster.

Domino Park
-----------
How to Unlock: Available from the start.
Special Zone: Receive 1,000 Life Points.

Domino Pier
-----------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Joey Wheeler.
Special Zone: Doom Meteor strikes a random player with random damage.

Graveyard
---------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Yami Bakura.
Special Zone: A fallen player is revived.

Inside the Puzzle
-----------------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Yami Yugi.
Special Zone: Warp to a random space on the board.

Kaiba Corporation
-----------------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Kaibaman.
Special Zone: The player watches the Kaibaman show, causing him/her to lose 1
turn.

Kaiba Land
----------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Mokuba Kaiba.
Special Zone: The player rolls two dice and applies the effect that matches
the number rolled as follows: 2) Opponents lose 3,000 Life Points. 3) Gain
three stars. 4) Nothing happens. 5) May take one stray monster on the board.
6) Lose 100 Life Points for each star you possess. 7) Same as 4. 8) Same as
6. 9) Draw 2 cards. 10) Lose 3/4 of your Life Points. 11) Same as 4. 12) Gain
ten stars.

Outer Space
-----------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Seto Kaiba.
Special Zone:  Players recieve oxygen for the next 5 turns.  If their oxygen
is not replenished within 5 turns, they will lose 1,000 Life Points per turn
until they do.

Mayan Ruins
-----------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Rebecca Hawkins.
Special Zone: The player offers a tribute to break a curse.

Toon World
----------
How to Unlock: Win 1 game as Maximillion Pegasus.
Special Zone: All star totals are raised to match that of the leader.

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5.  Hints and Tips
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This section lists hints and tips on how to defeat your opponents.  You can
read the following tips if you want to counter your opponent's duelling
strategy.

*When there's a space on the map you want to go to, count the steps it would
 take to reach the space.  Look at the monsters in your hand with the same
 number of stars.  Set them on the appropriate faces of the Summon Dice and
 use the Soul Shuffle to increase your chances of summoning the monster you
 want.  To move 2 spaces ahead, for example, set as many cards with 2 stars as
 you can.  Use the Soul Shuffle and you might roll a 2.

*Once you have used a Super Power, there is no telling when it will be enabled
 again.  I advice holding onto it and using it when the timing is right.

*When you are starting a game, I advice always looking at your hand first.  If
 you have strong 3-Star or lower monsters, I suggest summoning them to the
 field straight away.  If you have strong 4-Star monsters as well, I advice
 summoning them on your next turn, since you would land on a Special Zone if
 you did summon them, thus preventing you from getting stars.

*Your CPU opponents will always use their Super Powers the moment they get
 them, so watch out for them.  The only Super Powers to be wary of are Yugi's
 Change of Heart and Dark Magician Girl's Master's Help.  The latter can
 summon powerful Magician-Type monsters in a duel, while the former has a
 chance of stealing one of your monsters.

*When you are summoning tribute monsters, try to avoid sacrificing any other
 tribute monsters you may have on the field, since you will lose stars if you
 sacrifice 2 strong tribute monsters to summon 1 strong tribute monster.  For
 example, if you sacrifice 2 Blue-Eyes White Dragons to summon 1 Blue-Eyes
 White Dragon, you will lose 8 stars in the process.

*As a game progresses, try to summon strong tribute monsters to counter your
 opponent's.  If you don't sacrifice your monsters to summon stronger ones,
 your opponents will have an opportunity to destroy your weaker monsters
 with their own tribute monsters.

*When you face your opponent's monster on the Duel Screen, the Duel Dice will
 determine the outcome of the duel.  If the Dice reverses the position of
 your monster, you won't be able to attack and it will be send back to your
 hand.  You can't do anything to stop this happening, unfortunately.
 Fortunately, only 1 side of the Dice can do this effect, so you have a good
 chance of avoiding it.

*When you sacrifice a monster to summon a stronger one, the sacrificed
 monster will be sent to the Graveyard and the new one will appear on the
 space that you are currently standing on.  The space where your sacrificed
 monster once was is now empty, so your opponents will have an opportunity
 to use it to summon their own monsters.  I advice summoning new monsters to
 the space to prevent this from happening.

*When you have unlocked new maps and LM types, you can combine the former ones
 via the LM system to increase your chances of winning a game.  Since your
 opponents will all be on different maps, you'll have less enemy monsters to
 worry about.  When you are teleporting to different maps via crystals or
 Rebecca's Super Power, I advice sacrificing any weak monsters to summon
 stronger ones to avoid leaving them behind for your opponents to destroy them.

*Try to use the Special Zones of each map to your advantage.  Some can turn the
 tide in your favour, while others can hither your opponents' progress.  For
 example, Graveyard's Special Zone can revive a fallen player, and Mayan Ruins'
 Special Zone requires that a player offers a tribute to break a curse.

*If you want to end a game quickly, I suggest selecting about 10 victory stars
 at the Win Conditions Screen.  That way, you only have to get about 10 stars
 to win a game.  Watch out for your CPU opponents though, as they can get the
 required number of stars before you if they're lucky.

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6.  Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: How can I use the special abilities of Effect Monsters?
A: You can't.  Although their special abilities are described in the text of
   Effect Monsters, you can't use them in this game.  

Q: Are the Egyptian God Cards in this game?
A: Well, I know that Obelisk the Tormentor is in Seto Kaiba's deck, since the
   Instruction Manual confirms this.  Slifer the Sky Dragon may be in this
   game, but I haven't seen Yami Yugi summon it yet.  I doubt The Winged
   Dragon of Ra is in this game, since Marik Ishtar can't be unlocked as a
   playable character.

Q: What promotional cards were given with this game?
A: Emes the Infinity, D.D. Assailant, and Twinheaded Beast.

Q: I won a game as [name of character], but I didn't get [name of map].  Why?
A: Only 8 new maps can be unlocked per save file.

Q: How can I play a game with friends?
A: At the Title Screen, press Select 1-3 times and Start once to choose between
   2-4 players.  However, everyone must each have a copy of the game, otherwise
   you won't be able to do this.

Q: Did Konami re-release this game?
A: Yes.  This game was re-released on a compilation entitled Yu-Gi-Oh! Double
   Pack 2.  The compilation contains Dungeon Dice Monsters and Destiny Board
   Traveler.  This FAQ was written using the original game, but it can be used
   for Yu-Gi-Oh! Double Pack 2's version as well.

Q: How do I erase saved data and see the credits?
A: At the Title Screen, press Select 4 times and Start once to access
   'Options'.  Choose "Credits" to see the game's credits and "Erase saved
   data" to erase data.

Q: When does Destiny Board Traveler save data?
A: Data is saved automatically when you unlock new characters, maps and LM
   types.  Unlike Mario Party and Sonic Shuffle, data can't be saved at the
   beginning of each turn, so you must be prepared to play a game for hours in
   order to try and win it.

Q: How do I speed the game up?
A: Holding B will make the game twice as fast until you let go.

Q: Are there anime-only cards in this game?
A: Yes.  The following anime original cards from the Waking the Dragons story 
   arc are in this game:

   *Orichalcos Kyutora 
   *Backup Gardna 
   *Active Guard 
   *Advanced Shield 
   *Big Bang Blow 
   *Black Hole Shield 
   *Burning Knuckle 
   *Buster Knuckle 
   *Buster Pyle 
   *Double Cloth Armor 
   *Jet Gauntlet 
   *Over Boost 
   *Psychic Armor Head

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7.  Credits
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- Thanks to me for writing this FAQ.

- Thanks to you for reading this FAQ.

- Thanks to Konami for developing and publishing this game.

- Thanks to GameFAQs for hosting this FAQ.

- Thanks to Instruction Manual for helping me to understand this game and for
  information regarding the Game Overview section.

- Thanks to CI254 and gold21 for info on the unlockable characters codes.

- Thanks to Gotenks1215 and etrok2003 for info on the unlockable maps/LM
  types.

- Thanks to JenaSu and marhawkman for info on the unlockable maps/LM types.

- Thanks to DigiDan99, ppoi307, and vaporen115 for info on the unlockable
  maps/LM types.

- Thanks to Fazwaz for the question about the 2-4 Player Mode.

- Thanks to www.network-science.de/ascii for the ASCII art at the top of this
  FAQ.

- Thanks to http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Yu-Gi-Oh!_Destiny_Board_Traveler for
  information regarding the Game Overview, Appendices and anime-only cards.

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8.  Contact Information
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If you have any questions about this FAQ, you can post a topic called
Tails333's FAQ Topic on the message board of Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Board Traveler.

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