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* BusCrash: After being absent from [[Anime/YuGiOh the first NAS anime series]], it's revealed in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' that she was pulled by Trueman into the World of Darkness.

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* BusCrash: BusCrash / KilledOffscreen: After being absent from [[Anime/YuGiOh the first NAS anime series]], it's revealed in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' that she was pulled by Trueman into the World of Darkness.


* AscendedExtra: Only appears as a girl Honda has a crush on in one chapter of the manga, but is a main character in the Toei anime. She doesn't show up at all in the second anime, though her name shows up on a list of disappearing Domino residents in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX''.

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* AscendedExtra: Only appears as a girl Honda has a crush on in one chapter of the manga, but is a main character in the Toei anime. She doesn't show up at all in the second anime, [[KilledOffscreen though her name shows up on a list of disappearing Domino residents in in]] ''Anime/YuGiOhGX''.


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* BusCrash: After being absent from [[Anime/YuGiOh the first NAS anime series]], it's revealed in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' that she was pulled by Trueman into the World of Darkness.


** Even after all the crap he puts Jonouchi and Yugi through in the anime[[note]]which included humiliating Jonouchi in front of the whole world, accusing Yugi of cheating without evidence, and attempting to take the King of Duels title away from him in an unfair duel[[/note]], Yugi and the gang forgives him, and it's helped when Dungeon Dice Monsters gets commissioned.

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** Even after all the crap he puts Jonouchi and Yugi through in the anime[[note]]which included humiliating Jonouchi in front of the whole world, publicly accusing Yugi of cheating against Pegasus without evidence, and attempting to take the King of Duels title away from him in an unfair duel[[/note]], Yugi and the gang forgives him, and it's helped when Dungeon Dice Monsters gets commissioned.


** Even after all the crap he puts Jonouchi and Yugi through in the anime, Yugi and the gang forgives him, and it's helped when Dungeon Dice Monsters gets commissioned.

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** Even after all the crap he puts Jonouchi and Yugi through in the anime, anime[[note]]which included humiliating Jonouchi in front of the whole world, accusing Yugi of cheating without evidence, and attempting to take the King of Duels title away from him in an unfair duel[[/note]], Yugi and the gang forgives him, and it's helped when Dungeon Dice Monsters gets commissioned.



* {{Foil}}: Like Yugi, he's the youngest relative of a game shop owner and is an expert at games. Unlike Yugi, he is tall, handsome, but has a horrible relationship with his father and starts off with no friends other than his legion of fangirls, most of which also belonged to Bakura at one point. He is also a successful game designer at a young age, while Yugi only becomes a game designer some time after graduating high school.

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* {{Foil}}: Especially in the manga. Like Yugi, he's the youngest relative of a game shop owner and is an expert at games. Unlike Yugi, he is tall, handsome, but has a horrible relationship with his father and starts off with no friends other than his legion of fangirls, most of which also belonged to Bakura at one point. He is also a successful game designer at a young age, while Yugi only becomes a game designer some time after graduating high school.


* {{Chuunibyou}}: A very early example of this, and of the kind that inspires movies like ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'' and real life stories like ''The Final Fantasy House''. Though not as in the veins of imagination, [[YourMindMakesItReal Kokurano's "powers" are often delusional highs of egotism and grandeur that are said to be born of hormones in this awkward age of transition.]] It also doesn't help that he makes the prophecies come true by instigating crimes and spouting pretentious nonsense just so he can have some leeway to claim his prophecies.
* DubNameChange: He's renamed to Fortuno in English version of the Dungeon Dice Monsters video game.

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* {{Chuunibyou}}: A very early example of this, and of the kind that inspires movies like ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'' and real life stories like ''The Final Fantasy House''. Though not as in the veins of imagination, [[YourMindMakesItReal Kokurano's "powers" are often delusional highs of egotism and grandeur that are said to be born of hormones in this awkward age of transition.]] It also doesn't help that he teenage hormones. He makes the his prophecies come true by instigating crimes and spouting pretentious nonsense just so he can have some leeway to claim his prophecies.leeway.
* DubNameChange: He's renamed to Fortuno in the English version of the Dungeon ''Dungeon Dice Monsters Monsters'' video game.



* GirlPosse: Tons of schoolgirls in the manga and Toei anime are his fans, particularly in the anime.



* KickTheDog: He's guilty of attempted murder, arson, and attempted rape. His only punishment is to be exposed as a [[PhonyPsychic fraud]]. Compared to other people who had to play Dark Yugi's Shadow Game, he was ''very'' lucky, but knowing of kids like him and Imori, he's likely back to being friendless and unlikable as a social pariah.

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* KickTheDog: KarmaHoudini: He's guilty of attempted murder, arson, and attempted rape. His only punishment is to be get knocked out and exposed as a [[PhonyPsychic fraud]]. Compared to other people who had to play Dark Yugi's Shadow Game, he was ''very'' lucky, but knowing of kids like him and Imori, he's likely back to being friendless and unlikable as a social pariah. fraud, while others got ''much'' worse punishments for lesser crimes.


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* StalkerWithACrush: He tries to win Anzu despite her disinterest, later attempting to ''rape'' her.


* MeaningfulName: Both his name and his English video game name references his face looking like a mouse (''nezumi'' means mouse in Japanese and "nibbles" is self-explanatory).

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* MeaningfulName: Both his name and his English video game name references his face looking like a mouse (''nezumi'' means mouse in Japanese and "nibbles" is self-explanatory). self-explanatory), and to street slang: he essentially is an untrustworthy double crossing skeeze who betrays to whomever he follows or are ordered to follow.


* WriteWhatYouKnow: Considering creator Kazuki Takahashi, she echoes of an experience of his in where an unfriendly teacher back in high school compared him with a defecating machine.


* HonorRelatedAbuse: As indicated of his very Japanese bancho looking appearance and name and as a bully, he essentially demands any underclassmen to yield their position when he demands so, or else.



* AChoiceYouCantRefuse: Imori immediately unties and in turn unseals the game when he confronts Yugi. Doing this demands that a game must be played, or the land which the game was unsealed will forever suffer disaster and misfortune.

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* AChoiceYouCantRefuse: Imori immediately unties and in turn unseals the game when he confronts Yugi. Doing this demands that a game must be played, or the land which the game was unsealed will forever suffer disaster and misfortune.


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* AppealToForce: Imori immediately unties and in turn unseals the game when he confronts Yugi. Doing this demands that a game must be played, or the land which the game was unsealed will forever suffer disaster and misfortune.

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* WriteWhatYouKnow: Considering creator Kazuki Takahashi, she echoes of an experience of his in where an unfriendly teacher back in high school compared him with a defecating machine.


* {{Chuunibyou}}: A very early example of this, and of the kind that inspires movies like ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'' and real life stories like ''The Final Fantasy House''. Though not as in the veins of imagination, Kokurano's "powers" are often delusional highs of power and grandeur that are said to be born of hormones. It also doesn't help that he makes the prophecies come true by instigating crimes and spouting pretentious nonsense just so he can have some leeway to claim his prophecies.

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* {{Chuunibyou}}: A very early example of this, and of the kind that inspires movies like ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'' and real life stories like ''The Final Fantasy House''. Though not as in the veins of imagination, [[YourMindMakesItReal Kokurano's "powers" are often delusional highs of power egotism and grandeur that are said to be born of hormones. hormones in this awkward age of transition.]] It also doesn't help that he makes the prophecies come true by instigating crimes and spouting pretentious nonsense just so he can have some leeway to claim his prophecies.



* KarmaHoudini: Downplayed, as he does get some form of punishment. However, his punishment is very light compared to what he tried to do. He's guilty of attempted murder, arson, and attempted rape. His only punishment is to be exposed as a [[PhonyPsychic fraud]]. Compared to other people who had to play Dark Yugi's Shadow Game, he was ''very'' lucky. Especially when people who did less heinous things were punished a lot harder (Goro Inogashira gets ''blown up'' for destroying a stand and beating up Yugi and Jonouchi).

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* KarmaHoudini: Downplayed, as he does get some form of punishment. However, his punishment is very light compared to what he tried to do. KickTheDog: He's guilty of attempted murder, arson, and attempted rape. His only punishment is to be exposed as a [[PhonyPsychic fraud]]. Compared to other people who had to play Dark Yugi's Shadow Game, he was ''very'' lucky. Especially when people who did less heinous things were punished a lot harder (Goro Inogashira gets ''blown up'' for destroying a stand lucky, but knowing of kids like him and beating up Yugi Imori, he's likely back to being friendless and Jonouchi).unlikable as a social pariah.


* {{Chuunibyou}}: A very early example of this, and of the kind that inspires movies like ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'' and real life stories like ''The Final Fantasy House''. Though not as in the veins of imagination, Kokurano's "powers" are often delusional highs of power and grandeur that are said to be born of hormones. It also doesn't help that he makes the prophecies come true by instigating crimes and spouting pretentious nonsense just so he can have some leeway to claim his prophecies.



* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: The school staff didn't do a thing about him stealing a festival spot, leading our then SociopathicHero Dark Yugi to solve the problem by committing possible murder.

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* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: The Due to his influence and senority, the school staff didn't do a thing about him stealing a festival spot, leading our then SociopathicHero Dark Yugi to solve the problem by committing possible murder.



* AssholeVictim: Subverted. He may have been a jerk, but his punishment was ''way'' too severe. Especially when Kokurano, who attempted both murder and rape, only got exposed as a PhonyPsychic.

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* AssholeVictim: Subverted. He may have been Didn't give an absolute flinging care to whether if Yugi and the group were in the way, let alone in the booth they were ramming into pieces with. Yugi even got a jerk, but his punishment stay in the school infirmary being trampled near to death trying to stop them. Given that he was ''way'' too severe. Especially when Kokurano, who attempted a senior too, Dark Yugi gives him a little taste of what it's like to be on the grill and to let him know that he can't push around to get what he wants.
* TheBully: Considering Domino High's penchant for being a hive of bullies at this point and probably only second to Rintama, Goro takes on the role of a bancho gone bad and uses
both murder his seniority and rape, only got exposed as a PhonyPsychic.bulk to throw his weight around probably like Ushio.



* DisproportionateRetribution: He stole a stand to sell delicious food and beat up a few people. Dark Yugi punishes him by ''blowing him up''.



* {{Jerkass}}: You could have just found another stand, you know...
* KickTheDog: Not only did his class destroy Yugi and his classmates' hardwork, they trample normal Yugi. And Goro knocked out Jonouchi while he was stuck in a life-sized ''Pop-Up Pirate'' barrel.

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* {{Jerkass}}: You could have just found another stand, you know...
{{Jerkass}}
* KickTheDog: KickTheSonOfABitch: He stole a stand to sell delicious food and beat up a few people. Dark Yugi punishes him by ''blowing him up''. Not only did his class destroy Yugi and his classmates' hardwork, they trample normal Yugi. And Goro knocked out Jonouchi while he was stuck in a life-sized ''Pop-Up Pirate'' barrel. Though this would seem as typical as normal villains as bullies like Goro would throw out, it also doesn't help that his appearance is supposed to imply he is a bancho, and pulling this off anywhere else outside of ''Yu-Gi-Oh's'' setting would likely see him get his face smashed in by someone more honorable and virtuous of his like.



* SoreLoser: You could have just found another stand, or just deal with what you got like a real man would do there, Goro.



* AChoiceYouCantRefuse: Imori immediately unties and in turn unseals the game when he confronts Yugi. Doing this demands that a game must be played, or the land which the game was unsealed will forever suffer disaster and misfortune.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Dragon Card is never brought up after its sole appearance, and Yami Yugi can only hope no one else finds it and unseals the dragons. The Toei anime makes this worse when they hide it in Imori's house.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Dragon Card is never brought up after its sole appearance, and Yami Yugi can only hope no one else finds it and unseals the dragons. Likely downplayed, as considering how Yugi has it in his hands by this point, gaming runs in the family, and Suguroku likely stashes it away somewhere far deep in Kame Game Shop. The Toei anime makes this worse when they hide it in Imori's house.


A classmate of Yugi's who only shows up in the [[Manga/YuGiOh manga]] and [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries the Toei anime]]. She is a one-chapter love interest for Honda in the manga and one of the main characters in the first anime. While she's a meek librarian in the manga, the anime has Miho as an outgoing girly girl with frequent crushes on boys who speaks in the third-person frequently.

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A classmate of Yugi's who only shows up in the [[Manga/YuGiOh manga]] and [[Anime/YuGiOhFirstAnimeSeries the Toei anime]]. She is a one-chapter love interest for Honda in the manga and one of the main characters in the first Toei anime. While she's a meek librarian in the manga, the anime has Miho as an outgoing girly girl with frequent crushes on boys who speaks in the third-person frequently.



* AdaptationPersonalityChange: In the manga, she is a shy girl who runs the school library. In the anime, she's a ditzy social butterfly.
* AscendedExtra: Only appears as a girl Honda has a crush on in one chapter of the manga, but is a main character in the Toei anime. She doesn't show up at all in the more well-known second anime, though her name shows up on a list of disappearing Domino residents in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX''.

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: In the manga, she is a shy girl who runs the school library. In the anime, she's a ditzy ditzy, girly social butterfly.
* AscendedExtra: Only appears as a girl Honda has a crush on in one chapter of the manga, but is a main character in the Toei anime. She doesn't show up at all in the more well-known second anime, though her name shows up on a list of disappearing Domino residents in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX''.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: In the manga, she appears for one chapter as Honda's love interest and never shows up again.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: In the manga, she appears for one chapter as Honda's would-be love interest and never shows up again.



* {{Fangirl}}: Towards Bakura in the Toei anime.

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* {{Fangirl}}: Towards Bakura in the Toei anime.anime, as well as Kaiba and Ryuichi, until their true colors are shown.



%%* {{Kawaiiko}}: In the first anime.

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%%* * {{Kawaiiko}}: In the first anime.anime she loves girly things.
* NightmareFetishist: In the Toei anime she thinks mummies are cute, much to Anzu's confusion.



!!'''Ryuji Otogi (御伽 龍児; ''Otogi Ryuuji'') ([[DubNameChange Duke Devlin]])'''



!!'''Ryuji Otogi (御伽 龍児; ''Otogi Ryuuji'') ([[DubNameChange Duke Devlin]])'''


* {{Kawaiiko}}: In the first anime.

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* %%* {{Kawaiiko}}: In the first anime.

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