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Characters: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series
Compare/contrast the Character Sheet for the source anime.

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    Main Characters 

Yugi Muto

Our protagonist. In the Abridged Series, Yugi shares the most amount of ever-so coveted screen time with Yami. His story plays out pretty much the same as it normally does, except with more card games and snarkiness.

Yami Victor Yugi, aka "The Pharaoh" aka "DAN GREEEEEEN"

The incredibly FABULOUS alter-ego of our protagonist. Yami is not as heroic as he was in the source material, but at the same time he's just as hammy (if not more so.) He's a bastard who mind crushes people for arbitrary reasons, but he's not all bad, considering he's one of the heroes.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Bakura's gaydar has reacted to him, he believes that the Millennium Puzzle is just fabulous, has an obsession with leather pants and claimed that he was straight if Kaiba's ghost was real. Turns out the "ghost" was actually a gay clown.
    • Alternatively, Bi the Way, because of Téa. However, in "They Saved Tristan's Brain," it's revealed that he isn't sure if she's a girl. Also, consider the quote from Depraved Bisexual below.
    • And then there's Bonds Beyond Time Abridged.
  • Am I Right?: "Hey, Joey. Watapon! Am I right?" - About one of the cards in Kaiba's lame-ass deck when he takes over the duel with Noah.
    • Also:
    Yami: Huh, five men in one body, eh? Sounds like a typical day for Mai Valentine. Am I right?
    Yami: Am I right?
    Joey: It's just very inappropriate is all.
    Yami: Yes, but am I right?
    Joey: YUGI!
    Yami: JOEY! ...Am. I. Right?
  • Anti-Hero: He cares nothing for anyone, loves to Mind Crush people, when Yugi's friends are in danger his reactions range from indifference to joy, and in Season 0 he's completely Ax-Crazy. As with everything else in the series though this is subject to Rule of Funny — when Noah turns his friends to stone he doesn't care until he petrifies Tristan, which horrifies him.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Melvin's "Shiny Obelisk" caught his attention so much that he was willing to trade the original and Fiend's Sanctuary (both Kaiba's cards) for it.
  • Ax-Crazy: In Season 0.
  • The Caligula: His rule as Pharaoh Atem. "Slavemas" is the only word you need.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Very much so.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Comes off as this, at least in the "What would Yugi do?" video.
    Yami: Silence, slave, or do you want me to yank on your leash again?
    Yugi: Ow, not so tight, Pharoah!
    Yami: That's What She Said. Or he. I could go either way, really. And that is also what she said!
    Yugi: You're so depraved.
    Yami: At least I'm not deprived. Of sex. Like you will be if you don't pipe down, little man!
  • Genre Savvy
  • He's Got Legs: A cross he has to bear, apparently.
    Yami: Can I help it [sitting with his legs crossed] if I have such long, womany legs? It's the cross I have to bear, Yugi. You wouldn't know, being so....short and all. Oooohhhh! These long, beautiful legs of mine! Ahhhh!
  • Hell-Bent for Leather:
    Marik: I'm talking about the power to look good in leather!
    Yami: That power belongs to me and me alone! And maybe *NSYNC, but mostly to me!
  • The Hero: Yugi's perception. Actually more like The Lancer.
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: On Christmas, he sent Marik and his evil Council of Doom a present. A bomb.
    • His season zero counterpart is a full blown psycho who just seems to like killing the people who hurt Yugi, making him heroic in the loosest possible definition.
      Yami: Hey, Kaiba! You took my Grandfather's card, so I took your bodyguards' kidneys. I believe that's a fair trade.
  • Hypocritical Humor: In episode 59's intro, he was asked if he played Pokémon, and says he doesn't. Cue episode 61 where he asks Melvin if he got that "Shiny" Obelisk from his Friend Safari.
  • Jerkass: Evidenced all over this page.
  • Large Ham: Obviously, since in the dub, he's voiced by DAN GREEN.
  • Laughing Mad: His Season Zero persona as he's being released by Yugi. He does one hell of an Evil Laugh.
  • Meta Guy: Unlike his counterpart, he's been this since day one.
  • Mind Rape: His "Mind Crush" power.
  • Kick the Dog: Episode 58 where he doesn't care about Joey being knocked unconscious by Melvin's egyptian god card. At the same time, ranting how people in his time didn't bother caring.
  • Nominal Hero: At least initially.
  • Oh Crap: When Kaiba summons Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon in 14.
    Yami: Oh, poopie!
  • Oh My Gods!: As he was an Egyptian pharaoh, sometimes swears at Ra's name. Lampshaded
    Yami: Oh, my various gods.
  • Older Alter Ego: To Yugi.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Referred to as "[the] Pharaoh" by most of the characters; just as it was in the original show.
    Yami: I have had many names. Once I was known as 'Pharaoh'. Then I was 'The Artist Formerly Known as Pharaoh'. But you can call me 'Yami'.
    Yugi: I thought your name was Ate-
    Yami: Shh! Don't spoil it, now!
  • Politically Incorrect Hero: Aims a string of misogynistic insults at the offscreen, comatose Mai in episode 54, much to Joey's discomfort. "It's funny because she's a woman."
  • Reality Ensues: Tells the Big Five, how dumb it would be that if they did win the duel, no one at the corporation would take them seriously as they are in average teenaged bodies.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Season Zero mostly, but he has his moments in the main series
    You said it, Yugi! Now burn everything. Burn it to the ground!
  • Super-Powered Evil Side: In Season 0.
  • Unscrupulous Hero: After his Character Development.

Steve Joey Wheeler

The Lancer. Joey serves the same role as he does originally. He's a closet furry and might also have an attraction to Kaiba, but then again, who doesn't? On the other hand, he's recently admitted his love for Mai Valentine's breasts. Marik legally changed his name to Steve, but no one seems to acknowledge it. He's also indirectly responsible for Noah's death, since teaching Serenity how to drive caused her to hit Noah.

Steve Téa Gardner

Téa's incredibly fixated on friendship, and honestly believes it's the ultimate source of power and can right any wrong, God bless her. She can and will make speeches about friendship when provoked, and if she focuses on a single target, well...the less said, the better. Her name was also legally changed to Steve so Marik could take over his mind for a short time, but she is still referred to by her original name.

Tristan Timothy Taylor

Tristan is... dumb. Really dumb. That is pretty much all there is to be said about him. However, when he isn't stuck in his own bizarre little world, he can be surprisingly badass: his voice gives him super strength, after all. His physical body was destroyed/possessed during The Cancelled Series, and he spent most of it as a robotic monkey. His friends thought he died, but in the end he got better.

Seto Kaiba

Current president of Kaiba Corporation. Seto's story roughly remains the same from the original show, with some minor exceptions. A little known fact is that he once experimented with several drugs which made him believe at one point that his hair was green. Never misses the opportunity to be as Bad Ass as possible and screw the rules with whatever is necessary. (Namely with his money since he's obscenely rich).

He's also a robot created by Freeza during the times of Ancient Egypt to rule in his stead (making Freeza Kaiba's real father), but due to boredom with the desert environment Freeza just left the planet. How Kaiba was activated and by whom is still unknown. Then again, considering whom he got this information from...

As it turns out, the whole bit about Freeza was a lie. The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future is his real father. Probably.

Was sued by Industrial Illusions for "shady business deals", but after he assured everyone that he was winning, he actually did.


  • Abusive Parents: He fired them.
  • Affably Evil: In season 0, he's villainous and violent, but completely cheerful and personable. Yami Yugi lampshades that it's weird seeing Kaiba act this way, to which Kaiba expresses confusion that Yami Yugi is unhappy that he's being friendly, suggesting it's not Faux Affably Evil, he's sincerely a nice guy.
    "Yugi, your friends are simply wonderful! It's a shame they have to die."
  • Amusing Injuries: Has had his finger chopped off by a helicopter blade and hopelessly twisted his hand during an especially elaborate gesture. Got better.
  • Anti-Hero: Referred to as one by Marik.
  • Atomic F-Bomb: This scene.
  • Badass Bookworm: Even in the abridged universe he's a rich super genius who comes up, plans, and makes most of his stuff. As he puts it, "Being a rich nerd has finally paid off!"
  • Badass Longcoat: It even talks too! it's just Mokuba
  • Berserk Button: Making fun of his lack of parents. Yami, being Yami, stomps on it during Duelist Kingdom and Battle City.
    "Say that I'm adopted one more time. See what happens."
  • Big "NO!": When Yami tries to trade both his cards for Melvin's (comparatively worthless) "Shiny Obelisk."
  • Bizarro Universe: Kaiba's green-haired incarnation in Season Zero is... different: a Nice Guy Sheltered Aristocrat Love Freak who just wants to be friends with Yugi et. co. He only acts aggressive when provoked, and thinks Yami's threats of Mind Rape and a Fate Worse than Death are "neat". He also firmly believes in the Power of Friendship, is Mokuba's bitch, and he only plays Duel Monsters for fun. Yami is horrified.
  • Cargo Cult: He worships his money.
    Yami: Don't you mean "God"?
    Kaiba: You worship your thing, I'll worship mine.
  • Bestiality Is Depraved/Cargo Ship: In-universe. He has a fetish for dragons, especially the Blue Eyes White Dragon.
    Kaiba: A Blue Eyes White Dragon rail train? I have the weirdest boner right now.
    • In episode 55:
    Yami: Why don't you marry the Blue Eyes White Dragon if you love it so much?
    Kaiba: Believe me, I've looked into it.
  • Catch Phrase: Played with. "Screw the rules, I have money" is considered his catchphrase, but not counting remakes of the first episode, he only says it twice, and the second time is in a trailer for The Movie and isn't in the final cut. This is even lampshaded when Ishizu says its his catchphrase, and Kaiba mutters "Haven't said that in years". However, he likes dropping variations of the phrase such as "screw the yules" or "Screw the Money, I Have Rules!", so he manages to both play the trope straight and avert it.
    Kaiba: Looks like the Rules ... (puts on sunglasses) ... Just got Screwed.
  • Character Exaggeration: A notable instance; compared to the rest of the cast, Kaiba is relatively in-character for his anime counterpart. His sarcasm and arrogance, especially in the dub, gave LittleKuriboh plenty to work with already. He just plays it up to be a Jerk with a Heart of Jerk rather than the canon's Jerk with a Heart of Gold.
    "I hope you like heights, Wheeler. Oh, what am I even saying? You were already extremely high when you thought you could win this tournament!"
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: He takes over Domino City to host a card game and when someone says that his explaining of the tournament rules is boring he tells them to "Get the hell out of my city!"
  • Creepy Child: Yu-Gi-Oh!: Season 0 episode two portrays him as this, to the point that the theme song for ''Mister Roger's Neighborhood' can sound unsettling. Though he probably isn't even trying to be creepy.
    Kaiba (creepy monotone): I'm Seto Kaiba! The nicest guy on the face of the planet!
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • The Dragon: To Mokuba in Season Zero.
  • Flat Earth Atheist: Parodied to a great extent; even calling himself "the most skeptical person on this show".
    • It has since been revealed that Kaiba worships money.
    • More to the point, he's incapable of believing in anyone with more money and power than him, which is why he's skeptical about Yami being a Pharaoh.
  • It's All About Me: Granted, he knows the show isn't all about him, but he still thinks it should be. In fact, he makes The Movie come to a grinding halt just to point out that he's a better character than Yugi/Yami.
    Robot: It's all about you, isn't it, Kaiba?
    Seto: Well, yeah.
  • Jerkass: Big time, just like the canon.
  • Last Name Basis: Everyone except his family calls him Kaiba.
  • Made of Iron: Emerges from the flaming wreckage of a motorcycle crash completely unharmed.
    "It's a good thing I'm Seto Kaiba, or that might've actually hurt me."
  • Made of Win: Yes indeed
  • Memetic Badass: Invoked, lampshaded and all-around parodied.
    Kaiba: "Now do you understand why so many people love me even though I'm the biggest dick in this entire show? It's because I'm Seto freaking Kaiba. Accept no substitutes!"

    Kaiba: "It's a good thing I'm Seto Kaiba, or that [motorcycle crash] might've actually hurt me."

    Gozaburo: "Seto! Where do you get off kicking down my door like that?"
    Kaiba: "Actually I didn't kick it, I just looked at it and it opened for me. I'm Seto Kaiba, I can do that sort of thing."
    • Memetic Sex God: invoked As said by Mai, "who hasn't had dream sex with Kaiba?"
  • Not So Different: From Yami. Neither care particularly much about about their brothers, and neither watch or read crap, such as that one Star Wars movie or Twilight.
  • Of Course I Do Drugs: "I am on a drug. It's called SETO FREAKIN' KAIBA."
  • One-Liner: Delivers one to Ishizu after he wins their duel. Based on his own memetastic one liner.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Just after beating Joey in a duel in battle city, before hearing the friendship speech from them he tells Joey, Duke and Tristan how worthless they are.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: If the "Kaiba's Real Father" side story would have been canonical with the main series.
  • Screw Destiny: "F*ck destiny! I'm Seto Kaiba!"
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Trope Namer
  • Self-Made Orphan: Fired his own parents.
    • He also forced Gozaburo Kaiba to adopt him by beating him at chess, making him a Self Made Adopted Child... or something.
  • Serious Business: Trope Namer.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: His goal in Season 1 is to become the main character by defeating Yugi at a card game.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: "Even though there's absolutely no chance of success, I'm going to defy all logic and attack you anyway!"
  • Uncanny Valley Boy: His Season 0 counterpart.
  • The Unfettered
  • Unscrupulous Hero
  • The Un-Smile: +1 dead puppies.
  • Vocal Evolution: Inverted. Rather than become filled with more emotion like as the English dub went on, his voice has become even raspier with time.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Exodia?: "Aah, Exodia! That's not possible! No one's ever been able to summon him!"
    • Including Exodia Necross and "Explodia".
  • You Need to Get Laid: A handful of people think so.

     Supporting Characters 

INSERT-NAME-OF-SIBLING "Mokuba" Kaiba

Seto's little brother. Tends to get kidnapped a lot. Often told to shut up.

Like Seto, his true father is a Dragon Ball Z character. Unlike Seto, he's not a robot, and is actually the son of Nappa. Ghost Nappa, to be precise. Probably, but likely not.

Duke Devlin

Resident ladies' man. Duke was initially unaware of the fact that he has his own theme music, which plays constantly as he speaks. It's implied he could go both ways.

Solomon Muto / Grandpa

Yugi's grandfather. A simple shopkeeper and stereotypical, senile grandpa with a death wish and some incredibly quirky... habits. Best not to pry into it: you will come back mentally scarred.

  • Basement-Dweller: According to Yugi.
  • Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick: Interspersed throughout his rant at the end of the movie.
    "You kids these days and your Millennium Items, and your card games, and your loud music and your hula hoops and your hopscotch and your dungarees and your lollipops and your Sony Playstations and your voice-activated light switches and your leather pants and your artificial insemination— (cut off by Yugi, then continues after the credits roll) —your Blu-Ray Discs and your pierced scrotums..."
  • Cloudcuckoolander
    "Where am I? What day is it? I like pudding!"
  • Death Seeker: "Grandpa had a heart attack at the age of 87... To his dismay, he survived."
    "I'm checking the obituaries to see if I've died yet!"
    • He gets his wish in Bonds Beyond Time Abridged.
  • Dirty Old Man
  • Everyone Calls Him Grandpa: Or Gramps. In fact, Yugi didn't even know he had a name until Rebecca brought it up.
  • Grumpy Old Man
  • The Load: Probably even worse than Mokuba.
  • Perverse Sexual Lust: In-Universe: He has a not-so-secret love affair with his Black Luster Soldier poster.
  • When I Was Your Age
    "You know, in my day, we didn't have Duel-Domes. We had to play our card games out on the street, and our cards weren't even real cards. They were just rocks we picked up off the ground, and then we threw them at each other. Come to think of it, it wasn't really card games at all. We just liked to throw rocks at each other. Mostly at me. That's probably why I have so much self-loathing. Anyway, we should probably go over there."

Mai Valentine and Her Breasts

Ishizu Ishtar

Serenity Wheeler

     Major Villains 

Maximillion Pegasus

CEO and founder of Industrial Illusions and creator of the children's card game Duel Monsters. When his wife-to-be inexplicably exploded at the altar, he went to Egypt and received the Millennium Eye from Shadi. He hides his sorrows and true intentions behind a gay facade. And we mean that literally. He used the first tournament to gather souls to bring back Cecelia, but lost to Yugi. After releasing the people he turned into trading cards he was killed by Yami Bakura... temporarily. Surgery has made broad advances, and Pegasus is back and more fabulous than ever before.
  • Affably Evil
  • Anti-Villain
  • Ambiguously Bi: Flirts with every man on the show and is extremely effeminate, but had a loving marriage to his wife Cecilia and doesn't trigger the Millennium Gaydar.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Kaiba can swear on his money that Pegasus is gay for all his mannerisms around him ("Kaiba boy~"), yet Yami considers Pegasus a much manlier opponent than Kaiba.
    • It's quite possible that this is entirely deliberate on his part. He's even trolled Kaiba over a direct question concerning his sexuality.
  • Big Bad: Season 1.
  • The Cameo: In Bonds Beyond Time Abridged. Lampshaded.
    Pegasus: (singing) "I'm making a cameo in this movie~ I'm much more fabulous in 3D~"
  • Camp Straight
    • Armored Closet Straight: When several of the characters find out he's straight, he tries to kill them to keep it a secret.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: In the Abridged movie after being told that they're about fly into a massive storm, he calmly suggests simply turning around. When he's told that the pilot only knows how to fly forward, he just tells him to turn the radio up.
  • Catch Phrase: Mentions many things as being "fabulous" (or unfabulous)
  • Complexity Addiction: As Yami points out in episode 18:
    Pegasus: Excellent. Soon, my evil plan to steal an object from a small child will be complete!.
    Yami: You mean you arranged this whole tournament just to steal my Millennium Puzzle?
    Pegasus: Exactly.
    Yami: Did you even consider just asking me for it? I mean, do you have any idea how much time and money you've wasted with this whole facade? PEOPLE HAVE DIED BECAUSE YOU WANTED A NECKLACE! I KILLED A GAY CLOWN, FOR RA'S SAKE!
    Pegasus: Look, are you going to play a children's card game with me or not?
    Yami: I suppose I might as well.
  • Disney Death: In Bonds Beyond Time Abridged
  • Everyone Can See It: In Marik's Evil Council 5, after hearing Marik and Bakura arguing upon a new and ridiculous plan, Pegasus said that they are so gay for each other. Marik and Bakura were not amused.
  • Eye Scream: Played for Laughs.
    "That's the wrong eyeball, you fool!"
  • Harmless Villain: And how!
  • Last Name Basis: Except for his guards, who address him as Mr. Pegasus.
  • Lolicon: The implication that Pegasus may be attracted to children is repeatedly Played for Laughs.
    "Well, hello little girl, would you like to see my Funny Bunny?"
  • The Lost Lenore: His wife/fiancee, Cecelia.
  • Necromantic: Like in the original his goal is to bring his dead wife back to life.
    • This gets taken to its logical extreme in Evil Council 4. With the help of Rebecca's satanic teddy bear, Cecelia is brought back to life...as a zombie.
  • Put on a Bus: For the main series as he doesn't appear again until season 4; he's made appearances in specials and Bonds Beyond Time though.
  • Sissy Villain: Hoo boy. And you thought the original was eccentric enough.
    Wohoohoohoo. If I weren't so very camp I'd probably make a credible villain.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: "Welcome to the Duelist Kingdom. Let me assure you that this tournament is 100% genuine and is (spoken extremely quickly) not in any way an elaborate ruse thrown together at the last minute so that I can get my hands on an Ancient Egyptian artifact."

Yami Bakura / Florence

The spirit within the Millennium Ring. Yami Bakura, whose name is actually Florence, is the definition of evil: sadistic, sarcastic, and British beyond belief. It is because of this, however, that he has a legion of fangirls at his beck and call. His ultimate goal is to take the Pharaoh's screentime. After attempting to do so in Duelist Kingdom and failing miserably, he took Pegasus' Millennium Eye and (seemingly) killed him. He then lay dormant until Marik's arrival, where he struck a deal to assist him in his cause, since they shared similar agendas.

After Melvin assumed direct control of Marik's body, he outed him as a spy for 4Kids and challenged him. He lost and died, but it is heavily implied that his fangirls have more power than expected...

Marik Sebastian Ishtar III

Marik is the successor to the tomb keepers of the Pharaoh and the leader of the Rare Hunters. Like Yami Bakura, he wants to take the Pharaoh's screentime, and so he sends his minions into the Battle City tournament to destroy Yugi a little (not kill, destroy). He possesses the Millennium Rod, which allows the user to brainwash anyone with "Steve" or any variation thereof in their name.

When he was young, Marik yearned for a life better than one spent underground, so he snuck out with Ishizu to the outside world. That one happy moment, however, didn't last. His abusive father Hank found out and assaulted his adoptive brother Odion into submission. On that day, his alternate personality Melvin surfaced, and killed his father in cold blood. When Shadi appeared, Marik made himself believe the Pharaoh was responsible. Currently he, or rather his personality, is sealed away.

Marik wants to be an evil villain, bless his little black heart, but his evil plans usually end up just being annoying. Every year or so, he and Bakura get together somewhere in Egypt (or once, in Michigan) with Marik's evil council, consisting of all of the other villains in the series (except Dartz and his henchmen). They have yet to accomplish anything.

In addition to villainy, belly shirts, and classic rock, Marik also enjoys PC gaming. See Marik Plays Bloodlines for his Let's Play of Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines.
  • Bad Boss: Hell, he even treats his stepbrother Odion like crap.
  • Big Bad: Season 2, until episode 42.
  • Bilingual Bonus/Meaningful Name: His pseudonym, Malik, is Arabic for "King".
  • Brainless Beauty: Bakura certainly seems to think so.
    Bakura: You know, it's a good thing you're pretty. Otherwise I'd have to suffocate you.
    Marik: IGNORE ME!
    Bakura: Sometimes I wish I could...
  • Camp Gay: Well if he were gay, he'd be this.
  • Catch Phrase:
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Oh, yes.
    • His "evil plans" involve rearranging Yugi's sock drawer and trolling his Youtube account by spamming the comment section on his channel, and accents them with lines roughly following "Yugi will be so [insert negative mood or the word "ruined"] that he'll have to give us his puzzle!"
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: In order to become a tombkeeper, Marik had his back carved with a knife... and was forced to watch Beverly Hills Chihuahua.
  • The Ditz: He's rather dim.
    Melvin: Say hello to the Shadow Realm, Marik!
    Marik: *cheerfully* Hello, Shadow Realm!
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Marik's phrases after discovering Bakura is leaving for Dartz's council and that he was meeting with him for weeks sounds more like a break up for cheating.
    • Another jewel:
    Marik: Remember [Bakura] when we all got together in the desert to play baseball? I was the pitcher, you were the catcher...
  • Double Entendre: Regarding his Millennium Item's identity. LittleKuriboh milks the "rod" jokes all he can — Marik's real-life YouTube account is named "ObeyMyRod" for example.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Make-up and all.
    Yami: Why wouldn't I hate women? I mean, they hate me. That Marik chick is always saying how much she despises me.
    Joey: Guh, Yug, I don't know how to tell you this, but...Marik's a guy.
    Yami: What!? That's crazy! But look at the way she dresses!
  • Effeminate Misogynistic Guy: Marik loudly proclaims himself the most effeminate guy around, and generally disdains women and believes that Yu-Gi-Oh has no women. Of course, given the women's characterization...
  • Genre Savvy: When Bakura suggests that they just murder Yugi and the Pharaoh, Marik shoots him down because 4Kids would just censor it anyway.
  • Harmless Villain: Played straight or subverted depending on whether he's carrying the Idiot Ball. Generally he's the most ineffective villain around, no matter what he does.
  • Have I Mentioned I Am Heterosexual Today?: "I AM ONE-HUNDRED-PERCENT STRAIGHT!"
  • He's Back: Returns triumphantly after Yami defeats Ra.
  • Hilariously Abusive Childhood: He was forced to watch Disney movies as a child and his father was insane.
  • Hipster: Parodied. "It's me, Marik Ishtar! And for the record, I was possessing this girl way before it was cool.
  • Imaginary Friend: Melvin, who later materialized as a Split Personality.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: His evil plans are as harmless as they are poorly thought out.
  • Large Ham: He essentially channels the voice and acting abilities of both Skeletor and the Monarch.
  • Late to the Punchline: Episode 46, after the previous episode when Melvin made a joke about Bakura wanting Marik inside him.
    "OH, I get it! He was implying that you wanted me to sleep with you! That is pretty funny. After all, I'm way out of your league."
  • Laughably Evil
  • Misapplied Phlebotinum: For having an all powerful ancient Egyptian artifact that can control minds and warp the fabric of reality, he really doesn't do much with it.
    • "Marik, have you been using your Millenium Item as a bong again?"
    • Justified in that it can only control people named "Steve".
  • Morality Pet: A bird he named Mr. Tweetums.
    • In a way, Bakura and Odion.
  • Oblivious to Love: Or at the very least oblivious to lust. Or whatever the hell it is that constitutes his and Bakura's relationship these days.
    Marik: (playing Bloodlines) Paranormal activity: you WILL believe a door can slam very hard!
    Bakura: I'd like you to slam me very hard
    —>Marik: Bakura, can you keep it down? I'm trying to play a video game.
    —>Bakura: (groans)
  • Obviously Evil: Hilariously played with. He's only obviously evil to the audience, as none of the protagonists seem to notice it, even when he BLATANTLY declares his evilness in front of them.
    Joey (thinking): I still think there's something fishy about this guy...
    Marik: DESTROY YOU ALL!
    Joey (thinking): Man, if I could put my finger on it.
  • Pet the Dog: As he's slowly dying, he visits Odion in spirit, admitting that Odion was the best brother he ever had - and he wasn't such a bad henchman, either. He also left some Gummi Bears in his room for Odion (and it's a good thing he did, seeing as it snapped Odion out of his coma.)
  • Poke the Poodle: Most of his "eeeeee-vil plans" end up as this.
    "We are going to sneak into Yugi's house under cover of darkness, and rearrange his sock drawer! His entire collection of socks shall be thrown into disarray! His world will be plunged into chaos! Sock-related chaos!
  • Psychopathic Manchild: LittleKuriboh says in a few interviews that Marik is essentially a combination of his inner child and himself at 14. Except evil.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Bakura's blue.
  • Silence, You Fool!: Goes a step further by "silencing the silence" at one point.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: In "Marik's Evil Council" and "Concrete Giraffes". He's convinced that he's the most evil villain of all time in the former and that he's making a film that will Citizen Kane to shame in the latter, when he's comically incompetent at both.
  • Sound Effect Bleep: When uttering the F-word, a voice belching "EFF!!" is used in place of a regular beep.
    • This trait has since been taken by Dartz, as Marik's character had evolved far beyond what LK had originally intended.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: His motive as opposed to killing the Pharaoh in the original show. Eventually works with Bakura to do so.
  • Stop Helping Me!: invoked Has this trope about Odion when he's impersonating him; Odion insults "himself" (Marik) and accepts insults directed at him as passive-aggressive slaps to the real thing.
    Odion: I am Marik Ishtar. I like to take control of people's minds and dress in highly effeminate clothing. Also I have an irrational hatred for Gummi Bears. I'm pretty much the worst boss ever.
    Marik: No, I'm not! I mean, er, who is this strange person of whom I've never heard of? He seems like a big, bald jerk!
    Odion: Yes. I, Marik Ishtar, am a huge jerk.
    Marik: Cut it out, you knobhead!
    Odion: Yes. I, Marik Ishtar, am a knobhead.
    Marik: (offscreen) I command you to stop agreeing with me!
  • Sue Donym: Uses "Malik Blishtar" as an alias.
  • Transparent Closet: Mocked frequently for it.
  • Villain Protagonist: For the eponymous [Marik's] Evil Council videos.
  • Villain Song: Leather Pants (with Bakura)
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: His evil alter-ego and messed up attitude towards life in general wouldn't even exist if not for his father's horrific abuse, and Character Development has shown he's really, desperately lonely....
  • Yaoi Fanboy
    "This isn't like my scriptures at all! I mean, what is that guy doing to that other guy? I don't know what it is, but it gives me cravings!"
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: His M.O. throughout the first half of season 2.

Yami Marik / Melvin

The current antagonist (once again), and Marik's alter-ego-slash-imaginary friend. When Odion was struck by Ra's divine wrath, the mental seals on Melvin weakened, and he resurfaced. Unlike Marik, Melvin has absolutely no compunctions about committing more... grotesque atrocities. But can you blame him? All he really wants is a hug. By "a hug" we mean "to stab you with a chainsaw or any other weapon on hand".

He is revealed to be a spy for 4Kids, sent to get the show cancelled. Bakura duels him to try and save the show, but is defeated. Melvin thus destroys the Fourth Wall and the show is destroyed. However, boredom slowly starts to set in during The Canceled Series due to him becoming a sub-character, and he goes on another destruction spree that inadvertently gets the show Un-Canceled. With his former employers now dead, Melvin is now once again the main villain.
  • Arch-Enemy: The code-locked door became his.
  • Ax-Crazy: Just a warning—"Could I have a hug?" translates to "I'm going to take a chainsaw to you".
  • Badass: Just see what he did to those robots. Plus, he has a lightsaber and a dagger in his Millennium Rod, and he doesn't even need to look at his cards when he shuffles them.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's just this side of Pegasus for one of the silliest, hammiest, most ridiculous villains of the show, but he's arguably even more dangerous than his canon counterpart, since he helped get the show itself cancelled.
  • Big Bad: For the second half both of Season 2 and season 3.
  • Borrowed Catch Phrase: In episode 61, he borrows Marik's "Silence!" a few times.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Literally. He destroys the Fourth Wall at the end of Season 2.
  • Catch Phrase:
    • "Mind Slave" and "Binky Boy", the former not used as often and the latter coming from his dad.
    • "Could I get a hug?" and variations of such.
    • "Kill your family! Kill your family!" from the "Kill Your Family Show".
  • Chainsaw Good: "Ahhh, now that was a good hug!"
    • And then there's Evil Council 4.
  • Characterization Marches On: Done at the last minute. Melvin clearly has no clear motives outside killing people. Comes 61 when he wants to avenge the Tomb Keeper's lineage.
  • Comedic Sociopathy: Most of his antics. And the whole hugging deal.
  • Deadly Hug: He makes it an art form.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Unlike Marik, who wouldn't know sarcasm if it bit him in his leather-clad butt, Melvin is this when he's not just being Axe Crazy. And sometimes when he is as well.
    Melvin: "Yay! Once again friendship saves the day. I love it when that happens. This calls for a group hug. Group hug, everyone!"
  • Defeat By Irony: Defeated by he biggest bear hug of his life, courtesy of the other Egyptian Gods.
  • Double Entendre: Inherits the "rod" jokes from Marik when he takes over his body.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Appeared in a Christmas Special, had his own musical number, and eviscerated X-Men Origins: Wolverine all before his proper appearance in series.
  • Enemy Without
  • Eviler than Thou: To both Marik and Florence.
  • Evil Tastes Good
    Melvin: I've been OMNOMNOM-ing on his soul for ten years and I happen to like the taste!
  • Faux Affably Evil: He almost seems childish in how he acts, but he frequently sprinkles in random threats of violence in his speech.
    "Geez, everywhere I go people are always fighting over which one of them gets to be murdered by me! Joke's on these guys, I'm gonna kill 'em both. My treat."
  • For the Evulz
    Yugi: Ask yourself: what would killing me accomplish?
    Melvin: Other than making me laugh like a maniac, not much. But it's enough.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Hank Ishtar, who really deserved it.
  • Freak Out: Several times during his duel with the Pharaoh.
  • Knife Nut: His Millennium Rod holds a knife which he uses to give great big hugs.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Parodied. He's just as Ax-Crazy and insane as his original counterpart, the other characters are terrified of him, and he does manages to be the most effective and dangerous villain yet when he gets the show cancelled at the end of Season 2. But all his antics are Played for Laughs, and he's so ridiculously over the top and silly that he's hard to take as a serious threat. Often characters will talk about how wicked and cruel he is, then the episode does a Gilligan Cut to Melvin being completely harmless and comical.
    Yami: No doubt he's already hard at work plotting his next evil scheme.
    Melvin: (looking at himself in the mirror) Would you *beep* me? I'd *beep* me. I'd *beep* me hard."
  • Laughably Evil: He wouldn't be as funny as he is if he wasn't a murderous lunatic.
  • Laughing Mad: Comes with the territory.
  • Leitmotif: His theme music from the dub.
  • The Mole: He's a 4Kids employee.
  • Moral Event Horizon: Parodied in-universe. When reveals that he is the one who suspended Team Four Star, nobody seems to think it's as big a deal as he makes out. In fact, Tristan has no idea who they are.
  • Morality Pet: Mr. Tweetums, until he forgets him in a Shadow Game with Mai.
  • The Nicknamer: Frequently refers to Mai as "Whore Biscuit", as well as Yami Bakura with his real name.
    • And now he calls Joey "Susan".
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Lampshaded in Marik's Evil Council 4, where even Florence is terrified of him.
  • Omnicidal Maniac:
    Hear that, Florence? That's the sound of the Fourth Wall... collapsing.
  • Out of Focus: The Cancelled Series. The only screentime he's had involves his misadventures of trying to find something to do. Once he uses 10,002 passwords to get through the so-known "bitchy door", he ends up screwing Noah over by breaking his missile control panel and gets the video feed to show an episode of the "Kill Your Family" show.
  • Psycho for Hire: Once we find out he's working for someone. But all he cares about is destruction, and at the end of Season 3 he destroys 4Kids by hijacking Noah's self-destruct system.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Even more so than Marik.
    "I am henceforth known as the ruler of all doors! Every single door shall bow before me and open at my command! I am the Master of Unlocking!"
  • Show Within a Show: The "Kill your Family" show, which may or may not be all in regular Marik's head (it's implied that it isn't). It appears to be nothing but Melvin telling viewers to ''"Kill your family!" over and over and over again. Spawned a couple of Youtube adaptations, which stretches it out for several minutes.
  • Imaginary Friend Takeover
  • Superpowered Evil Side: To Marik.
  • Terms of Endangerment: He gives nicknames for most of the cast and uses them almost exclusively in place of their name. Does not make his death threats any less threatening.
    Joey: What happens when my life points reach zero?
    Melvin: That depends. Have you been a good Susan, or a bad Susan?
    Joey: My name is not- *screams as he gets electrocuted*
    Melvin: A very bad Susan indeed.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: You wouldn't expect an Axe Crazy Omnicidal Maniac to be named "Melvin".
  • Villain Song: Villain.
  • Villainous Breakdown: During his entire duel with the Pharaoh, the latter pisses him off the whole time. He does get his own back though, a few times, anyway.
  • Voice of the Legion: Perhaps his most immediately recognizable trait.

Noah Kaiba

The biological son of Seto's and Mokuba's adoptive father Gozaburo, and CEO of 4Kids. In league with the Big Five to attempt to take down the show for good. Certifiable nutjob who wants revenge against Kaiba for stealing his life. Noah lived (somewhat) happily with Gozaburo until he was killed in a car accident. What remained of his mind was uploaded to the internet. Unbeknownst to him, Joey and Serenity are indirectly responsible for his death. Serenity, as it turns out, was the one who ran him over while learning how to drive.

Regains his sanity — or something — upon hijacking Mokuba's body and returning with it to the real world. Then returns to the Internet to save the main characters, and destroy Gozaburo and himself.

Voiced by Kirbopher.

Gozaburo Kaiba

Former CEO of Kaiba Corporation. Considers anyone beneath him a "small person" and will occasionally poke fun at their misfortune. Do not enrage him if you value your ears. Was fired by Seto and Mokuba and committed suicide in disgrace.

Not really. Just like in the source material he faked his death and actually inserted himself into the Virtual World in order to manipulate KaibaCorp from behind the scenes. At any rate his plan backfired and he was killed by his biological son Noah.

Voiced by Antfish of Team Four Star.

  • Abusive Parent: "Whip [Kaiba] 'til his name's Toby".
    • Incredibly, he actually treated Noah worse.
  • Angrish: "SHUTYOURMOUTHYOULITTLEINGRATE!"
  • Bad Boss: As Hobson can testify.
  • Big Bad: For The Cancelled Series
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Especially obvious with his "Orphanland" bit. He also refuses to call people with less money than him by their names; He just calls them "small person".
    • Not to mention he chooses to spend his money on "weapons of mass destruction that'll threaten the stability of world peace" over virtual holograms for children's card games.
  • Filler Villain: A subversion seeing as he's The Man Behind the Man for Noah, who was The Man Behind the Man for Melvin.
  • Jerkass: Of the "tearing down an orphanage" variety.
  • Laughably Evil: A bastard, yes. But thanks to Antfish's presentation, he's utterly hilarious.
  • Mood-Swinger: He seems to be nice, but also seems to go in fits of rage as he chewed off an employee's ear off-screen.
  • Too Dumb to Live: At least when it comes to chess.
    "Horses can't be knights, that's just silly."

Dartz

Den keep you mouf shut, mayan! Okay, mayan? Yeah.

The former king of Atlantis and presumed Big Bad of the upcoming Season 4. Dartz hasn't appeared in the actual series yet, but is biding his time by gathering his own cabal of villains to counter Marik's evil council; both have yet to accomplish anything.

Voiced by Takahata101 of Team Four Star.

  • Accent Adaptation: Unlike Bakura, this character's accent wasn't in the original dub.
  • Berserk Button: Never insinuate you like tacos better than pizza.
  • Big Bad: Of the "Marik's Evil Council videos" and presumably of season 4.
  • Captain Ersatz: Coifio.
  • Characterization Marches On: The first two Marik's Evil Council specials portrayed him as a rather serious villain, Surrounded by Idiots. Since the third Evil Council, his personality was radically altered. Additionally, his henchmen have all become far less idiotic and are now disturbed by his poorly pronounced schemes.
  • Deep South: He's got what sounds like the world's thickest Cajun accent, and apparently spent a lot of time in Abalamya. Er—Alabama.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He and his gang of motorcycle riding henchmen have a subplot in all of the Marik's Evil Council videos to date. We still have a ways to go before his in-series debut.
  • Elmuh Fudd Syndwome/Porky Pig Pronunciation: He owften has twouble pwonun-unciati— anan-on-ci— anonymous... sayin' words in da way they s'posed t' be said, mayan.
  • Filler Villain: And pretty much counts as this for the Evil Council videos, too.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Doesn't seem to notice his own speech impediment.
    "You gotta learn to e-nun-ci-ate, mayn. Speak plain English. It's a matter of coowates—cour—courageo—it's good manners, mayn!"
  • Incoming Ham: Big time.
  • Kaleidoscope Hair: His hair changes color every time the scene cuts to him.
  • Leitmotif: Judas Priest's Hellion plays just before any scenes with him.
  • Sound Effect Bleep: Has the same [EFF!] sound effect for the f-word as Marik had before; makes sense since he's based on a character from the same show the concept was used in.
  • Verbal Tic: He got one, mayan.
  • You Gotta Have Color-Changing Hair
  • Yuu Naw Tayk Candaw, Dooshbaeg

Zorc Necrophades

A dark god and famous TV celebrity. Was at first the star of Zorc & Pals until its unfortunate cancellation. However, Zorc bounced back by performing in The Suite Life of Zorc & Cody. Loves destruction, especially of the worldly kind.

Anubis

Some random villain with generic motives no one gives a damn about.

Paradox

Basically the same as Anubis, but IN 3D!!

     Lesser Villains 

The Steves

Marik's henchmen (also known as Ghouls or Rare Hunters in the actual series). Steve the Rare Hunter (the Exodia guy), Steve Arcana, Steve the Mime, Steve Luna, and Steve Umbris. He also controlled Bandit Keith (whose middle name is Steve) and Joey and Téa (he tricked them into legally changing their names to Steve).

Odion Ishtar

Hank Ishtar

  • Abusive Parent
  • Aerith and Bob: Marik, Odion, and Ishizu, the children of Hank and Veronica Ishtar.
  • Asshole Victim
  • Bumbling Dad: If there's ever a time where he's not busy being an Abusive Parent, he's usually this. For example, he apparently bought Marik an Xbox and a Playstation, which would be awesome if A) he ever let Marik outside to buy games for them, or B) he'd stop pouring beer inside the consoles.
  • Catch Phrase: "Binky boy!"
    • Apparently it runs in the family.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: He loved his poisonous pet snake, Cornelius.
  • Funetik Aksent/What the Hell Is That Accent?: Sounds somewhat Italian-ish and... we don't know.
    • "It was a long taym agoe, een a galuxy FAR, FAR HAWAII..."
    • I believe it's Egyptian-Scottish-Italian-British-American-Czechoslovakian-Plutonian...uh...Ishtarian.
  • Hypocritical Humor:
    • "The finest human being in the world", my ass.
    • During "An Ishtar Family Christmas", he claims to hate men with beards because they intimidate him... even though he is a man with a beard.
  • Jerkass: Of the highest caliber.
  • Obliviously Evil: Insists that he is the finest human being in the world and the greatest dad of all time. This isn't sharing a border with Insane Troll Logic so much as invading it.
  • Small Name, Big Ego
  • Soundtrack Dissonance: Keeps singing a (modified) version of "The Cat's in the Cradle" while Melvin stabs him to death.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Literally.
  • Whip It Good: "I'm going to fix this like I fix every other problem in my life: by h-whipping everybody within a five-hundred-yard radius!"

Team 4Kids / The Big Five

A group of former Kaiba Corporation executives who were fooled by Seto into assisting him in taking over Gozaburo's position, only to get screwed by his newfound money. They begrudgingly served him until Pegasus attempted making a deal with them that would give them back their prominent positions. They failed. Afterward, they tried to trap Kaiba in cyberspace. They failed. To add insult to injury, they ended up trapped in their own little world until Noah stumbled upon them and offered them new positions at 4Kids. They eagerly accepted and now an opportunity has arisen in which they will have their Roaring Rampage of Revenge.

Voiced by members of Team Four Star: MasakoX as Nesbitt, hbi2k as Gansley, Lanipator as Lecter, KaiserNeko as Johnson, and Takahata101 as Krump.

  • Affectionate Parody: Of 4Kids Entertainment and Team Four Star
  • Badass Creed: During their proper introduction.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: "Death by drowning!" "Death by robot!" "Death by justice!" "Death by bad publicity!" "Death by penguins!"
    • The actual "Unusual" one there, arguably, could be "death by bad publicity" if you have seen the actual series.
      • Until Lecter actually appears, where it is revealed his job is localization, and his deck master Jinzo can destroy internet memes.
  • Dirty Old Man: Crump.
  • Eagle Land: Lector, type two.
    It's called localization, Mr. Kaiba. Because I do declare, there's only one country that matters when it comes to translatin' stuff. And that's Americanlanyvania... I mean America.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: The other four of the Big Five admit that they don't want Tea's body due to not wanting "Crump's sloppy seconds".
    • Not even Crump himself wants Tea's body again.
    • Though that may be because Marik would just kick him out again.
  • Everything's Better with Penguins: Subverted with Crump.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Each member is sent to the darkest, most vile parts of the internet. In some cases it's subverted, though.
    • Gansley gets sent to Megaupload. Since the site was taken down by the FBI, this means that he actually dies.
    • Johnson gets sent to The Dangerous Box.
    • Nesbitt winds up on Chat Roulette, where he has an encounter with Naruto. He claims he's a robot when he's seen using his human form.
    • Lector ends up on Fanfiction.net. Let's just say he gets royally Mind Screwed.
    • The only one who seems genuinely happy about his fate is Crump, because he gets sent to 4chan and spams the board with penguins. The sudden cutoff, however, implies that he gets banned.
  • Five-Bad Band
  • Grand Theft Me: Like the show, Nesbitt succeeds in stealing Tristan's body. Unlike the show, Crump takes over Téa's body and remains in it for a few episodes before Marik kicks him out.
  • Logic Bomb: Invoked with Nesbitt due to him being a robot. When asking "the chicken or the egg" question doesn't work, Duke resorts to showing him the design for the main character of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL.
  • Phrase Catcher: Nesbitt. After a Rocket Powered Fist!, it's obligatory to say "I stand corrected".
  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: For their Badass Creed, they recite a variation of the original Team Rocket motto.
  • The Rocket Powered Fist!: Nesbit loves this trope.

Dartz's Motorcycle-Riding Henchmen

Espa Roba (and Brothers)

  • Catch Phrase: "Would you like this baby?" and "This X doesn't deserves a spot in my Y, but it might make a good coaster for my drink!"
  • Circus Brat: They used to work in the circus. Including the baby.
  • No Indoor Voice
  • Parental Abandonment: They have no visible parents. They also keep trying (and failing) to give their youngest sibling away.
    • Until they managed to get Joey to buy it from them. Serenity wasn't pleased.
  • Phony Psychic
  • Older Than He Looks: Espa Roba is 37 years old despise looking not much older than Yugi. Yami theorizes is for the in-breeding.
  • Sibling Team

Ushio

The leader of the Elite Beat Agents and minor antagonist for the Pilot episode of Season Zero.

  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: His gigantic eyebrows are the first thing Yugi notices about him.
  • Only in It for the Money: His intentions are revealed when he demands 20000 Yen (That's like a whole dollar!) for his services (AKA beating up Joey and Tristan without Yugi ever telling him that he wanted him to.)
  • Stealth Pun:
  • Violence Really Is the Answer: Played for laughs when Yugi found out that he beat the ever loving crap out of Joey and Tristan.
    The Elite Beat Agents tried to solve your problems the old-fashioned way - by dancing. But unfortunately these guys refused to play along. So we tried a new method. We call it BEATING THEM HALF TO DEATH!

     Minor Characters 

Ryo Bakura

The present-time Bakura. Quite effeminate, and very, very British, he tends to get pushed in the background a lot by his evil side, who possesses the Millennium Ring.

Weevil Underwood and Rex Raptor

Mako Tsunami

"Bandit" Keith Steve Howard

Hair Guy (Kemo)

A security guard for Pegasus and (formerly) Kaiba. Has an unspecified acquaintance (possibly his brother) known as the Mullet Guy.

  • Catch Phrase: "Attention Duelists!", "My hair is..." usually follows or they're separate.
  • Cool Shades
  • Improbable Hairstyle: It's apparently the source of his power (to defy gravity), but definitely the source of both the jokes used for him and his popularity.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: He claims that his hair is Tristan's father.

Shadi

The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future

Jaden Yuki

The hyperactive protagonist from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, who thinks he's black, loves to spontaneously rap, and is highly disliked by other characters.

Voiced by ShadyVox of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: The Abridged Series.

Yubel

One of Jaden's two "imaginary friends", aka "the demon living in my head" (actually a living spirit residing in the actual card). Voiced by Kaiji Tang.

Lyman Banner

A side character from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.

Yusei Fudo

The protagonist of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds. He's one of the saner characters in the series, despite the fact that he dates his bike, and has an incredibly nice voice.

Voiced by TheAzureCrow.

Jack Atlas

Another main character from 5Ds. Likes CARD GAMES ON MOTORCYCLES and has No Indoor Voice.

Yuma Tsukumo

Protagonist of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL.

The Slender Man, aka Jack Slenderman

The Slender Man. Know him. Fear him. Give him $20 or he'll ruin your movie. And possibly eat some kids along the way. Was formerly Bakura's college roommate, and has made several guest appearances in the spinoff videos, though he hasn't appeared in the actual material. Yet.

Appeared as the Third Angel in LittleKuriboh's Card Games For Charity NGE One-Shot.

The Egyptian God Cards

Monsters created by Maximillion Pegasus. They are children's trading cards with the powers of actual Egyptian gods, confirmation if ever needed that card games are serious business.

They are Obelisk the Tormentor, Slypher the Executive Producer and Mega Ultra Chicken. In episode 61, however, they're later referred to by their original names.

  • Berserk Button: They do not take having a counterfeit of them being used.
    Mega Ultra Chicken: INSOLENCE!!! YOU HAVE ANGERED THE GOD OF TRADING CARDS! NOW YOU WILL NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY!!
  • Large Ham: See Berserk Button.
  • Odd Name Out: Initially, Obelisk is the only one not to have his name changed from the original anime.
    • Probably so we can hear the phrase "I'M TOOOOOR-MENTING YOU!" once more.


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