====================================== Yu-gi-oh! CAPSULE MONSTER COLISEUM ====================================== Game Guide/Monster list V 1.0 - Completed 11/25/04 Written and maintained by James Friel Copyright @2004 James Friel (email@example.com) This FAQ is solely intended for use on Gamefaq.com forum site, and may not be reproduced or duplicated without permission of myself. If you want to use or duplicate the FAQ, feel free on other sites, I really am not a greedy person, just make sure to credit the FAQ and myself when doing it. Yu-gi-oh! Capsule Monster Coliseum is a Playstation 2 game published by Konami. Copyright 1996 Kazuki Takahashi, Licensed by Sony of America =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- TABLE OF CONTENTS =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- I. Revision History II. Introduction III. Complete Monster list IV. Monster list by Enemies V. Last words ====================================== I. REVISION HISTORY ====================================== 11/25/04 v1.0 - FAQ started - Added Introduction - Added Complete monster list - Added enemy monster list - Added final word section [NOTE: My revision history starts at version 1.0 and each change will be noted as a .1 addition, so the 3rd revision, if it ever gets to that, will be the version 1.3] ====================================== II. INTRODUCTION ====================================== Yu-gi-oh is a tactic-like monster battling game, you and computer players you fight can pick from a variety of monsters to play out battles in a chess type match. There are 200 monster cards in the game, some of which you will have to make from other monster cards, win from opponents, buy from stores, or receive as prizes for defeating or completing certain objectives. The following guide will be a list of all the monsters you can get in the game, including eventually special abilities they might have, how to get all of them, and what monsters your opponents in the game carry and might use. I wanted to put out some basic monster lists on the game, since I haven't been able to find any info at all on the game on other sites or areas. I don't particularly like the game much, but I just decided to make up a quick FAQ for it and maybe help some other people out. ====================================== III. COMPLETE MONSTER LIST ====================================== The following list was compiled by Truking (user 1563546) on the message board area, checked over by myself playing through the game. His list helped me a lot when looking for monsters I didn't have, or didn't know how to get. As I have said before, there are 200 monster cards, which will be listed below. They are in order that they appear in the in-game monster listing. The basic layout is by Elemental property. *** LIGHT MONSTERS ** 1) Happy Lover 2) Skelengel 3) Magician of Faith 4) Time Wizard 5) Prisman 6) Geni 7) LaMoon 8) Dark Witch 9) Lucky trinket 10) Seiyaryu 11) Petit Angel 12) Fairy's Gift 13) Rogue Doll 14) Fiend Reflection #2 15) Ocubeam 16) Giltia the D. Knight 17) Mystical Elf 18) Luminous Soldier 19) Skull Guardian 20) Gyakutenno Megami 21) Blue-Eyes White Dragon 22) Shining Friendship 23) Carat Idol 24) Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon *** DARK MONSTERS *** 25) Kuriboh 26) Feral Imp 27) Needle Ball 28) Right Leg of the Forbidden One 29) Left Leg of the Forbidden One 30) Right arm of the Forbidden one 31) Left Arm of the Forbidden One 32) Exodia The Forbidden One 33) Ryu-kishin 34) Curse of Dragon 35) Illusionist faceless mage 36) Terra the Terrible 37) Ryu-Kishin powered 38) Pumpking the King of ghosts 39) Summoned Skull 40) Ushi Oni 41) Zoa 42) Dark Magician Girl 43) Tri-horned Dragon 44) Red-Eyes B. Dragon 45) Slot Machine 46) Barrel Dragon 47) Dark Magician 48) Metalzoa 49) Red-Eyes Black Metal Dragon 50) Magician of Black Chaos 51) Gate Guardian 52) Summoned Lord Exodia *** FIRE MONSTERS *** 53) Fire Reaper 54) Firegrass 55) Jigen Bakudan 56) Flame Viper 57) Mechanical Snail 58) Garoozis 59) Flame Manipulator 60) Darkfire Dragon 61) La jinn the Mystical Genie of the Lamp 62) Megasonic Eye 63) Blast Juggler 64) Charubin the Fire Knight 65) Rigras Leever 66) Yamadron 67) Firewing Pegasus 68) Flame cerebrus 69) Fireyarou 70) Molten Behemoth 71) Tyhone #2 72) Crimson Sunbird 73) Manga Ryu-Ran 74) Launcher Spider 75) Flame Swordsman 76) Ryu-Ran 77) Meteor B. Dragon *** WATER MONSTERS *** 78) Psychic Kappa 79) Sinister Serpent 80) Root Water 81) Great White 82) Penguin Soldier 83) Mech Bass 84) Yado Karu 85) Jellyfish 86) White Dolphin 87) Kappa Avenger 88) Akihiron 89) Suijin 90) Man-eating Black Shark 91) Penguin Knight 92) Toad Master 93) Grappler 94) Krokodilus 95) Kanikabuto 96) Fiend Kraken 97) High Tide Gyojin 98) Hyosube 99) Flying Penguin 100) Crab Turtle 101) Fortress Whale *** EARTH MONSTERS *** 102) Haniwa 103) Torike 104) Larvas 105) Anthrosaurus 106) Mystic Horseman 107) Battle Ox 108) Battle Steer 109) Rock Ogre Grotto #1 110) Celtic Guardian 111) Destroyer Golem 112) The Statue of Easter Island 113) Rock Spirit 114) Crawling Dragon 115) Mon Larvas 116) Gazelle the King of Mythical Beasts 117) King Tiger Wanghu 118) Hitosu-Me Giant 119) Masaki the Legendary Swordsman 120) Megazowler 121) Super War-Lion 122) Judge Man 123) Rabid Horseman 124) Sengenjin 125) Performance of Sword 126) Gaia The Fierce Knight 127) Milennium Golem 128) Two-Headed King Rex *** WIND MONSTERS *** 129) Dancing Elf 130) Droll Bird 131) Petit Dragon 132) Kurama 133) Baby Dragon 134) Wicked Dragon with the Ersatz Head 135) One-Eyed Shield Dragon 136) Killer Needle 137) Faith Bird 138) Tyhone 139) Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1 140) Twin-Headed Behemoth 141) Kazejin 142) Harpie Lady 143) Lesser Dragon 144) Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #2 145) Crow Goblin 146) Sky Dragon 147) Thousand Dragon 148) Parrot Dragon 149) Harpie Lady Sisters 150) Metal Dragon 151) Gaia the Dragon Champion *** WOOD MONSTERS *** 152) Petit Moth 153) Man-Eater Bug 154) Needle Worm 155) Man Eater 156) Sonic Maid 157) Kumootoko 158) Cockroach Knight 159) Larvae Moth 160) Gokibore 161) Hercules Beetle 162) Kwagar Hercules 163) Ancient Tree of Enlightenment 164) Arsenal Bug 165) Kuwagata Alpha 166) Spiked Snail 167) Green Phantom King 168) Kamakiriman 169) Hunter Spider 170) Queen of Autumn Leaves 171) Trent 172) Dungeon worm 173) Great Moth 174) Perfect Ultimate Great Moth 175) Javelin Beetle *** THUNDER MONSTERS *** 176) Steel Scorpion 177) Kaminarikozou 178) Mega Thunderball 179) LaLaLi-oon 180) Oscillo Hero #2 181) Shovel Crusher 182) Two-Mouth Darkruler 183) Electric Lizard 184) Bolt Penguin 185) Cyber Soldier 186) Sanga of the Thunder 187) Akakieisu 188) The immortal of Thunder 189) Dice Armadillo 190) Machine Attacker 191) Giant Mech-Soldier 192) Gear Golem the Moving Fortress 193) Steel Ogre Grotto #1 194) Thunder Dragon 195) Kaminari Attack 196) Steel Ogre Grotto #2 197) Royal Guard 198) Tripwire Beast 199) Cyber Saurus 200) Twin-Headed Thunder dragon FUSION *%*%*%*%*%*% Fusion is a ability in Yu-gi-oh Capsule Monsters that allows 2+ monsters that reach a certain level, or with the help of attribute nodes, can join together to create a new totally different creature. Fusion monsters can only be gotten by fusion, they cannot be obtained any other way. To Fuse, monsters must be side by side on the battlefield and their levels/attributes correct. The old monsters are gone, and the new fused monster is formed. Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon - fuse 3 Blue-eyes white dragons MetalZoa - fuse Zoa with Steel Scorpion Gate Guardian - fuse Sanga, Kazejin, and Suijin Summoned Lord Exodia - fuse Exodia parts (both arms, both legs, body) Darkfire Dragon - fuse Fire Grass with Petit Dragon Flame Swordsman - fuse Masaki and Flame Manipulator Flying Penguin - fuse Penguin Knight and Penguin Soldier Rabid Horseman - fuse Mystic Horseman and Battle Ox Milennium Golem - fuse Destroyer Golem and Statue of Easter Island Thousand Dragon - fuse Baby Dragon with Time Wizard Harpie Lady Sisters - fuse 3 Harpie Ladies Metal Dragon - fuse Lesser Dragon with Steel Ogre Grotto #1 Gaia the Dragon Champion - fuse Gaia the Dark Knight with Curse of Dragon Kwagar Hercules - fuse Hercules Beetle and Kuwagata Alpha Kaminari Attack - fuse Mega Thunderball with Ocubeam Cyber Saurus - fuse Twin Headed King Rex with Blast Juggler Twin Headed Thunder Dragon - fuse 2 Thunderdragons EVOLVING *%*%*%*%*%*% Evolving is a ability in Capsule Monsters that allows a monster to evolve into a higher form. They have to reach a certain level and/or use power attributes on the battlefield to reach their next form. They do not need another monster to evolve. The old monster is gone and in its place is the new form. Dark Witch - evolves from Lamoon Shining Friendship - evolves from Petit Angel Ryu-Kishin Powered - evolves from Ryu-Kishin Red-Eyes Black Metal Dragon - evolves from Red-eyes Black Dragon Magician of Black Chaos - evolves from Dark Magician Fieryarou - evolves from Flame Manipulator Manga Ryu-Ran - evolves from Ryu-Ran Penguin Knight - evolves from Penguin Soldier High Tide Gyojin - evolves from Root Water Hyosuge - evolves from Psychic Kappa Rock Spirit - evolves from Haniwa Mon Larvas - evolves from Larvas Larvae Moth - evolves from Petit Moth Great Moth - evolves from Larvae Moth Perfect Ultimate Great Moth - evolves from Great Moth Hunter Spider - evolves from kumootoko Trent - evolves from Ancient Tree of Enlightenment Tripwire Beast - evolves from Electric Lizard MISCELLANEOUS *%*%*%*%*%*% Lastly, there are some monsters in the game that can only be achieved under special circumstances besides being bought in the store or win as monster prizes. There are also monsters that can only be received by beating the tournament. Some monsters can only be received by beating the tournament multiple times. Thus, if you want all 200 monsters on the list, you have to play through the tournament multiple times, probably at least 3. Giltia the D. Knight - chance to receive if you win the tournament Red-Eyes Black Dragon - chance to receive if you win the tournament Rigras Leever - chance to receive if you win the tournament Fortress Whale - chance to receive if you win the tournament Super War-Lion - chance to receive if you win the tournament Javelin Beetle - chance to receive if you win the tournament Sanga of the Thunder - chance to receive if you win the tournament Firewing Pegasus - grandpa's shop 20+ hours area 2 Sinister Serpent - grandpa's shop 50+ water monsters in inventory Celtic Guardian - grandpa's shop surrender 20+ times areas 3/4 Crow Goblin - grandpa's shop area 2 with less than 10 wind monsters Dungeon Worm - win the tournament multiple times Exodia the Forbidden - have all four body parts in your main hand and the card will show up in grandpa's shop. ================================ IV. MONSTER LIST BY ENEMIES ================================ The following is a outline of the other Capsule Monster players you will run into during the tournament, and what monsters you can get from them. When you defeat a enemy in the tournament, you have the option to take 2 or 3 of their monsters for your inventory. Some monsters can only be received by taking them from a opponents inventory after their match. When you play an opponent, there are 2 sides of the battlefield that you can play from, which location you start out at depends on who goes first in the battle. The person who goes 2nd gets to choose which side of the field they start at, the BLUE or the RED area. Some battlegrounds this doesn't really matter, some battlegrounds this provides a great tactical advantage for either you or your opponent, so often its beneficial to NOT have your opponent playing from his normal spot. [ NOTE : In order to have a chance to take a monster from an opponent's deck after the battle, you must actually kill the monster during the fight. I have checked on it, any enemy monster alive on the field when the battle is over will not appear in their choice of inventory after the fact. So if you see a monster you really want, or need for your collection, MAKE SURE TO KILL IT DURING THE FIGHT. [ NOTE : One opponent has different cards that he plays depending on which side of the field he starts at. This is very important in getting some rare cards later, since you will have to make sure you start out on a certain side in order for your opponent to play a certain set of cards. This next section will help with that I hope. Unless noted, the RED SIDE is the default side the computer opponent starts at. Below is a list of what monsters each opponent has. Unless noted, each of the opponents play the exact same monsters no matter what side of the field they start on. Monsters with a *** next to them, are rare or good and should be a must have for your collection. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ( ***** AREA ONE ***** ) FORGOTTEN CAPITAL - Joey Wheeler (Fire) 4 Fire Reapers CONDEMNED WAREHOUSE - Tristan Taylor (Wood) 2 Petit Moths Kaminarikozou Steel Scorpion VOLTAGE CAGE - Duke Devlin (Dark) 2 Steel Scorpions 3 Kuriboh SACRED STREET - Tea Gardner (Water) 2 Petit Moths 2 Happy Lovers Root Water Skelengel CHALLENGER'S STAGE - Grandpa (Earth) Right arm of the Forbidden One *** Kuriboh 2 Petit Moths Cockroach Knight ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ( ***** AREA TWO ***** ) ANCIENT FOREST OF ORIGIN - Weevil Underwood (Wood) Cockroach Knight Petit Moth Root Water Shovel Crusher Larvae Moth *** GUIDING MANSION - Mokuba Kaiba (Thunder) 2 Kaminarikozou Steel Scorpion Shovel Crusher Droll Bird Wicked Dragon with Ersatz Head VALLEY OF HOWLING WINDS - Mai Valentine (Wind) One Eyed Shield Dragon Wicked Dragon with Ersatz Head 2 Harpy Ladies *** Jigen Bakudan *** Mechanical Snail Flame Manipulator TOMB OF ANCIENT KINGS - Rex Raptor (Earth) 2 Kuriboh Steel Scorpion Torike Larvas Shovel Cruncher Two-Headed King Rex *** SEA OF MIRACLES - Mako Tsunami (Water) 2 Happy Lovers Torike Root Water Psychic Kappa Fiend Kraken *** ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ( ***** AREA THREE ***** ) MOONLIT CHERRY BLOSSOMS - Bakura (Dark) Queen of Autumn Leaves 2 Kuriboh Feral Imp Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1 Larvas GURU'S GARDEN - Marik Ishtar (Dark) Needle Ball 2 Ryu-Kishin Bolt Penguin 2 Kanikabuto Zoa *** BURNING EARTH - Odion (Earth) 2 Statue of Easter Island Rock Ogre Grotto #1 2 Hitotsu-Me Giant Fire Reaper Skelengel IMPERFECT PARADISE - Maximillion Pegasus (Light) Ancient Tree of Enlightenment *** Penguin Soldier Rogue Doll *** Lucky Trinket Green Phantom King Haniwa TREASURE TROVE - Bandit Keith (Dark) 2 Needle Balls Feral Imp Steel Scorpion 2 LaLa Li-oon Barrel Dragon *** ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ( ***** AREA FOUR ***** ) LIMITLESS SANTUARY - Shadi (Light) One Eyed Shield Dragon Faith Bird Skelengel Lucky Trinket Charubin the Fire Knight Hitotsu-Me Giant Launcher Spider *** WICKED CEREMONIAL SITE - Yami Bakura (Dark) Feral Imp Needle Ball Tri-Horned Dragon Mega ThunderBall *** LaLa Li-oon Bolt Penguin Pumpkin the King of Ghosts *** CORRIDORS OF MADNESS - Yami Marik (Wind) Two-Mouth Darkruler Megasonic Eye Wicked Dragon with Ersatz Head Winged Dragon Guardian of the Fortress #2 Blast Juggler *** Ryu-Kishin Twin-Headed Behemoth CRIMSON VALLEY - Ishizu Ishtar (Wind) 2 Ryu-Kishin Kamakiriman King Tiger Wanghu Kazejin *** Sky Dragon CITY OF REDEMPTION - Seto Kaiba (Light) 2 Skelengel Gyaketenno Megami Mystic Horseman *** Battle Ox *** Blue-Eyes White Dragon *** ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ( ***** AREA FIVE, KING COLISEUM, FINAL AREA ***** ) SHRINE OF CHAOS - Maximillion Pegasus (Light) Ok, here is the battle where what side you pick will determine what monsters Pegasus plays. There is a lot of monsters you want go get from Pegasus, trouble is you need to play through the game multiple times to get your rare monsters. BLUE SIDE: Carat Idol *** Illusionist Faceless Mage *** 2 Oscillo Hero #2 *** White Dolphin Arsenal Bug *** Jellyfish *** Magician of Faith *** Lucky Trinket RED SIDE: Parrot Dragon *** (default) Rock Ogre Grotto #1 Lucky Trinket Torike Carat Idol *** Larvas Magician of Faith *** Jigen Bukaudan *** Rogue Doll *** I think you can do this order and get them all...... 1) First game get Jellyfish, Arsenal Bug, Illusionist mage (blue) 2) Next game get Carat Idol, Oscillo hero, and Magician (blue) 3) 3rd time through pick up Parrot dragon and others you might not have gotten before like Jigen and Rogue Doll (red) So three times through the game should get you all the monsters from Pegasus's lineup. NEVERENDING SITE - Ishizu Ishtar (Light) Genin Fiend Reflection #2 Petit Angel Ocubeam Mystical Elf *** Tyhone Faith Bird Lesser Dragon *** FIRE MOUNTAIN - Yami Marik (Fire) Twin-Headed Behemoth 2 Firegrass Crimson Sunbird *** Molten Behemoth Megazowler Crawling Dragon *** SEALED SANCTUARY - Shadi (Dark) Ushi Oni Terra the Terrible Tyhone #2 Kuriboh Needle Ball Mega Thunderball *** Thunder Dragon *** AERIAL PALACE! FINAL BATTLE! - Seto Kaiba (Light) La Jinn, the Genie of the Lamp *** 2 Blue-eyed White Dragons *** Meteor Black Dragon *** Suijin *** Destroyer Golem *** Lesser Dragon Grappler Skull Guardian ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- =========================== V. FINAL WORDS =========================== I wanted to thank Truking on the Gamefaq message board on his compiled list of the monsters and which can evolve and fuse, along with many of the other ways to get the rare monsters. As of now the levels and attribute squares required to fuse or evolve certain monsters is not exactly known. It may be a combination of the two factors that decides when your monsters can change. My suggestion is to simply have each monster that needs to evolve find a high attribute square and check each time you level up. With fused monsters I think its based on levels only, so get them as high as possible and keep an eye on them. I won't be making any more new changes on the FAQ because the game was only a rental and I won't have it anymore to check info, I'll leave the future info on fuse and evolve levels to someone else. I just wanted this FAQ out to help any new players at least have a basic knowledge of what monsters are in the game and where they might be found. As stated before, You will have to play through the game at least 3 times in order to get all 200 monsters, and a few of us didn't get them all until playing through 4 or 5 times. The good thing is, the more you play the easier you can blow through the battles, because the computer AI sucks. That is about it! Have fun everyone.
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