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* AllYourPowersCombined: Mokota's Cookpals are weak individually, relying on each others' effects to make them stronger and launch a successful attack.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: Mokota's mother dotes on him in public, and he's clearly a MamasBoy. His dad, not so much.
* AnthropomorphicFood: Michio's "Cookpal" monsters; the Action Duel simulates cooking them into stronger Royal Cookpals, including Knight Napolitan, Prince Curry, and Princess Pudding.



* ChefOfIron: Michio, sort of, seeing as the Solid Vision creates the illusion of it, but he does seem to subcribe to Emeril Lagasse's style of cooking.
* ForceFeeding: Michio's monsters use an effect that does this to Yuya's monsters, feeding them until they ''explode''.
* GiantFood: Not just food. The Action field is a giant kitchen with appliances to scale, used by Michio to "cook" AnthropomorphicFood.
* GrowlingGut: Poor Yuya; this is ''not'' the best opponent to duel in front of an audience after skipping breakfast.
* HurricaneOfPuns: Naturally, a ''lot'' of dialogue between the two duelists consists of gags using cooking, food, and eating puns, more notable in the dub.



* LostMyAppetite: Originalversion only, Yuya's reaction to the Cookpals. (In the dub version, he and his three supporters think they look delicious, [[LetsMeetTheMeat which is kind of disturbing.]])
* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Most of Sora's duel (where his opponent is a Sumo) is offscreen.


* AnthropomorphicFood: Michio's "Cookpal" monsters; the Action Duel simulates cooking them into stronger Royal Cookpals, including Knight Napolitan, Prince Curry, King Hamburg, Queen Omelette and Princess Pudding.

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* AnthropomorphicFood: Michio's "Cookpal" monsters; the Action Duel simulates cooking them into stronger Royal Cookpals, including Knight Napolitan, Prince Curry, King Hamburg, Queen Omelette and Princess Pudding.



* GiantFood: Not just food. The Action field is a giant kitchen with appliances to scale, used by Michio to "cook" AntropomorphicFood.

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* ForceFeeding: Michio's monsters use an effect that does this to Yuya's monsters, feeding them until they ''explode''.
* GiantFood: Not just food. The Action field is a giant kitchen with appliances to scale, used by Michio to "cook" AntropomorphicFood.AnthropomorphicFood.


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* LostMyAppetite: Originalversion only, Yuya's reaction to the Cookpals. (In the dub version, he and his three supporters think they look delicious, [[LetsMeetTheMeat which is kind of disturbing.]])

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* AllYourPowersCombined: Mokota's Cookpals are weak individually, relying on each others' effects to make them stronger and launch a successful attack.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: Mokota's mother dotes on him in public, and he's clearly a MamasBoy. His dad, not so much.
* AnthropomorphicFood: Michio's "Cookpal" monsters; the Action Duel simulates cooking them into stronger Royal Cookpals, including Knight Napolitan, Prince Curry, King Hamburg, Queen Omelette and Princess Pudding.


Added DiffLines:

* ChefOfIron: Michio, sort of, seeing as the Solid Vision creates the illusion of it, but he does seem to subcribe to Emeril Lagasse's style of cooking.
* GiantFood: Not just food. The Action field is a giant kitchen with appliances to scale, used by Michio to "cook" AntropomorphicFood.
* GrowlingGut: Poor Yuya; this is ''not'' the best opponent to duel in front of an audience after skipping breakfast.
* HurricaneOfPuns: Naturally, a ''lot'' of dialogue between the two duelists consists of gags using cooking, food, and eating puns, more notable in the dub.


Added DiffLines:

* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Most of Sora's duel (where his opponent is a Sumo) is offscreen.

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* BalloonBelly: This happened to Yuya's monsters due to the effect of Michio's monsters.


Yuya's first duel to get into the Junior Arc League Championship is against a duelist and professional chef named Reed Pepper (Michio Mokota). He claims to have perfected his recipe, both in cooking and dueling, and he has the skills to back up the boasts.

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Yuya's first duel to get into the Junior Arc League Championship is against a duelist and professional chef named Reed Pepper (Michio Mokota).Michio Mokota (Reed Pepper). He claims to have perfected his recipe, both in cooking and dueling, and he has the skills to back up the boasts.



* SupremeChef: Pepper is not only a powerful duelist, he's also a professional cook whose published a recipe book.

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* SupremeChef: Pepper Michio is not only a powerful duelist, duelist; he's also a professional cook whose published a recipe book.


Yuya's first duel to get into the Junior Youth Championship is against a duelist and professional chef named Michio Mokota. He claims to have perfected his recipe, both in cooking and dueling, and he has the skills to back up the boasts.

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Yuya's first duel to get into the Junior Youth Arc League Championship is against a duelist and professional chef named Michio Mokota.Reed Pepper (Michio Mokota). He claims to have perfected his recipe, both in cooking and dueling, and he has the skills to back up the boasts.



* SupremeChef: Michio is not only a powerful duelist, he's also a professional cook whose published a recipe book.

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* SupremeChef: Michio Pepper is not only a powerful duelist, he's also a professional cook whose published a recipe book.

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Yuya's first duel to get into the Junior Youth Championship is against a duelist and professional chef named Michio Mokota. He claims to have perfected his recipe, both in cooking and dueling, and he has the skills to back up the boasts.

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!!This episode contains examples of:
* LethalJokeCharacter: In grand ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' tradition, just because one acts silly and uses a ridiculous archetype like cooking, doesn't mean a thing if they can still beat you into the floor.
* SupremeChef: Michio is not only a powerful duelist, he's also a professional cook whose published a recipe book.

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