Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is Konami’s online simulator for its Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. With over 10,000 cards in the game, there are many different ways players can acquire and collect cards. However, with so many cards in the game, players may find themselves with a lot of cards they don’t need or don’t want. In some cases, players may have too many copies of a card that is legally allowed to be used in official play.
But there is a use for those extra cards. It’s really easy to craft cards in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel but it comes at the price of using crafting material. That’s where the extra cards come into play. Players can easily dismantle any cards they don’t want or need in their collection through this simple and easy Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel dismantle extra cards guide.
Step 1: Head to the Deck Builder
On the main menu, there is a tab labeled “Deck” on the left-hand side of the screen. Select that menu option and then go to an already existing deck or make a new one. This part does not matter as long as players get onto the deck builder screen.
Step 2: Select the menu on the top right of the Deck Builder
When players get to the deck builder screen, they will notice a menu bar on the top right hand of the screen that looks like a square with three lines on top of each other. When players click on this square they will be given three choices in a submenu. These choices are labeled “Dismantle All Extra Cards,” “Dismantle Selected Cards” and “Draw 5 sample cards.” From here players can dismantle cards in batches.
If players want to dismantle a bunch of cards they don’t want they can select the Dismantle Selected Cards option which will allow players to dismantle up to 60 cards at once.
For players that just want to dismantle any extra copies of a card they have more than three of, they can hit the Dismantle All Extra Cards option and it will bring up a screen notifying the player how much crafting material they will earn doing this option and a screen asking them if they are sure they want to do it. Once a player dismantles a card the decision cannot be reversed.
Another important note is that players can not dismantle cards that were received through the solo modes, legacy packs and Xyz Festival packs. This may change in the future.
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