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Trivia: Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

  • Cross-Dressing Voices:
    • Sora is voiced by Mie Sonozaki.
    • The other children are also voiced by women, regardless of the gender.
  • Fan Nickname:
    • Within moments of his reveal, Reiji Akaba has been christened by many as "Hipster Kaiba", especially when he wears that trendy hoodie while eavesdropping in episode 9. Just take one look at him and no further explanation is needed.
    • Yuya has been nicknamed "Tomato Head" by many. Once again, such a name needs no explanation.
    • Yuya being sad, uncomfortable or upset. Wilting/rotting tomato.
    • The Dark Duelist Yuto is also referred to as the Goth Duelist, Edgeplant, Edgeyuya or Dark Yuya.
    • Immediately after his appearance without the helmet is revealed, fans has been calling Yugo "Banana Head" due to his bang.
    • The alternate Yuzus are known as Yuzu (Fusion Yuzu) and Edgeyuzu (Ruri)
    • Some fans who both followed the anime and know Five Nights at Freddy's have started to call Sora's deck "Five Nights At Sora's". It does help that his ace is a box puppet, like That One Mook "The Puppet" in Five Nights at Freddy's 2.
    • Futoshi is universally known throughout the fandom as "Shivers Kid." Largely because no one remembers his name or anything about him besides his catchphrase.
  • Hey, It's That Voice!:
  • Real-Life Relative: The seiyuus of Yuto (Manpei Takagi) and Yugo (Shinpei Takagi) are twin brothers.
  • Teasing Creator: The showrunners seem to know exactly what will annoy the fans and lampshade or address it. Examples include:
    • Yuya's Ass Pull of getting his Pendulum Monsters mid-duel is considered as such in-universe.
    • Futoshi, who is considered The Scrappy by many, and is a wee bit of a Fat Idiot, usually gets a few derogatory comments thrown his way.
    • Kyuando is another scrappy who earned attention from the creators. While Yuya's other opponents during the Qualifying arc (Michio, Mieru and Gongenzaka) appear in the second opening, Kyuando is left out.
  • Your Size May Vary: In episode 24, Hidekazu Ebina (the episode's animation director) said that he intentionally made Yuto taller than Yuzu despite that he's supposed to be shorter than her. His reason was that this was supposed to give Yuto's exposition a sense of seriousness.