You’ll need plenty of cards to succeed in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel, so be sure to make use of the bookmark and wishlist feature to keep track of any cards you plan on crafting in the near future. Alternatively, just use it for cards you’ll need to find to forge your ideal personal deck.
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How to bookmark and wishlist cards in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel
To start off, you’ll need to navigate into the deck menu before you can do anything with your card wishlist. Hit the Deck button on the main menu screen, and select any of your decks, then hit edit.
From there, you’ll be taken to a deck editing interface. There will be a lot going on here, so it’s easy to get overwhelmed at first, particularly if you’re new to the game. Take a moment to review what’s in front of you if need be.
There are multiple ways to find cards to add to your wishlist, so we’ll address cards you own first.
How to bookmark cards you already own in Master Duel
If in this case, I wanted to make myself another Blue-Eyes White Dragon (I already have three, but let’s just say we want a fourth one for the sake of example) but didn’t have the crafting currency to simply make another one right now, I could bookmark it to my Master Duel wishlist for later so that I don’t forget. To do so, I’d simply hit the round button below the +1 on the left-hand side of the screen.
When done successfully, the button lights up with a yellow golden tint. Blue-Eyes White Dragon will now appear in my bookmark list to the right-hand side, making it far easier to remember to make another one later if I’m juggling a lot of cards at once. You can use the bookmark tab in Yu Gi Oh! Master Duel as a crafting wishlist or reminder like that if you want, it’s quite useful that way.
How to wishlist cards you do not own
Now, if we instead wanted to add a card we do not yet own in Master Duel to the wishlist, the process is slightly different. We’ll first need to swap to the Card List tab in the top right corner of the interface. From here, we search a card name we know into the box. I’ve used Exodia as an example because most people will be familiar with the card.
The process for actually bookmarking an unowned card in Master duel is the same, the only difference is finding it in the card list. You may need to toggle on the option next to the search box for unowned cards to appear in your searches.
That’s all you need to know to make use of the Wishlist feature in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. The game can be found on Steam, app stores and modern consoles, all published by Konami.
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