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Thursday 7th June 2012


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Yu-gi-oh! Season 4 The Official Fourth Season (episodes 145-189)

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After the conclusion of the Battle City Finals, chaos erupts once again! The three Egyptian God Cards are stolen! A terrifying new villain emerges! And as if things couldn't get any worse, real monsters begin to appear around the world, terrorizing the population! Are these strange events connected, and can they be resolved?! Yugi and the gang better find out... before the planet faces total destruction!
Contains episodes 145-184.

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