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    Tron Family 
The Tron Family are a group obsessed with attaining revenge on Dr. Faker for destroying their family, and based on the technology they use it seems they once worked for him much like Kaito does now. Tron and V, when they were still Byron and Chris, did work for him for a time, resulting in Byron's transformation into Tron and the disappearance of Yuma's father.

All of them share the following tropes:

  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Although IV can be kind of mean to III, he really does care for him as he yelled out his name when Kaito defeated him in their Tag Duel. IV is also rebellious because he believes that his father can turn back to his former loving self if he defeated Faker instead of Shark. He also implores Shark to stop Tron and tells him that he and his brothers are waiting for their gentle father to return.
    • V is cold, but shows a lot of concern for III when he gains temporary powers from Tron in order to defeat Yuma. Once V loses to Kaito, he is shown to approach III's bedside and collapses next to him. He also wants revenge against the Barians when IV is killed off by Nasch.
    • Tron is shown to care for his sons in the end when he is defeated by Yuma in episode 67. He stares at their souls and reminisces the past before handing their souls back to them. He also mentally apologizes to them as he promises to reform once and for all.
  • Badass Family: Season 2 have them become Yuma's allies against the Barians.
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: In Season 2, III, V and IV become this respectively. III plays moral support to Yuma After he loses Astral. V is the Brains for he and Tron invent all sorts of gadgets and devices that help his family and allies against the Barians. IV is the Brawn for he helps Shark against his duel against Kurage/Chironex and and against Shark himself when Shark decides to become Nasch.
  • Color Motif: III is Red. IV is yellow. V is blue and Tron is green.
  • Fixing the Game: Each of them cheated in some way.
    • Tron uses his crest's power to eliminate any trap cards caught in his way during the Duel Coaster(how far this is cheating is debatable as Droite was the one who placed most of them deliberately to stop Tron).
    • V had an incredibly broken monster on his field and he let Kaito know at last second.
    • III erased the word "Kattobing" and killed Astral from Yuma's memories, severely diminishing his dueling skills.
    • IV tricked Shark into peeking in his deck to get him disqualified, and led Shark into a Magma field where his monsters are at a disadvantage.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Once again, the three brothers: kind-hearted III is the Nice, Ax-Crazy sadist IV is the Mean, and aloof but polite V is the In-Between.
  • Power Tattoo: The tattoos on their hands/foreheads prevent Kaito or Astral from taking their Numbers from them.
  • Revenge: Mainly against Faker and the Tenjo brothers, but IV also has a seperate vendetta against Shark.
  • Theme Naming: Each of them were named after Roman numerals that matches their Numbers card (IV with his No.40 & No.88(44x2), plus the converted Roman numerals of I and V into 1 and 5 in alphabetical numbers which represents his No.15 card, and III with his No. 33 & No. 06 (3x2)) save for V, who has his name pronounced differently. It gets even more prominent when they faced enemies who uses their name's Numbers (III against Semimaru's No.3, IV against Kurage's No.4, and V against Kaninja's no.2 (try making a 'v' with your fingers and you'll get number 2)).

    Tron (Vetrix)
Click here to see what's under his mask. 

Voiced by: Sachi Kokuryu (JP), Sebastian Arcelus (EN)

Leader of the family, and the one who is mainly seeking revenge against Dr. Faker, Tron is utterly ruthless in his quest for revenge, and breaks down several of the characters in the way of this quest before his eventual defeat by Yuma. Though he uses the others as pawns, he does show genuine concern for them at times, leading to his regret and apology to them after his defeat. As of episode 71, he has reconciled with Faker, but it's unknown as to whether we'll see him again, as he seems to be trapped in either the Astral or Barian World.

Tron's deck theme is the Heraldic Beasts, based on creatures shown on family crests and coats-of-arms. In accordance with this, his ace Number is No. 8: Heraldic King - Genome Heriter, and later becomes No. 69: God Medallion Coat of Arms. His own abilities also display this somewhat, as the DNA strands shown when he uses his powers imply a theme of family ancestry and genetic links.

  • Abusive Parents: To III, IV and V, who he sees as nothing but pawns to further his revenge against Dr. Faker.
  • The Atoner: Becomes this in ZEXAL II, where he works to help Yuma off-screen by helping V develop the crest bracelets and later appearing to help stabilize the dimensions so Yuma and Nasch can finish their duel.
  • Best Served Cold: The exact timeline is a little unclear, but he clearly spent a long while plotting his revenge before having the chance to put it into action.
  • Big Bad: A serious contender at the very least, until he's defeated by Yuma.
  • The Chessmaster: As if his plans before the WDC weren't good enough, he manages to factor in Shark's newly acquired Chaos Xyz as a way to both gain control of Shark and get rid of Yuma, even though he'd been previously unaware of Chaos Xyz monsters.
  • Color Motif: Green
  • Cool Mask: Even reflected by Genome Heriter. When it uses its power to 'become' another monster, the only part of its regular form which remains is its mask.
    • In episode 63 he takes it off to reveal an AR copy of Haruto's face.
    • In episode 66, he takes it off again and shows his true face; a black hole where his eye-socket would normally go, and a nebula floating beside it.
  • Creepy Child: Except he's not.
  • Enfant Terrible: Except he's not.
  • Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor: He actually thought the Mind Rape he inflicted on Droite was funny.
  • Evil Laugh: Very mocking and creepy at that.
  • Expy: Of Marik Ishtar given that he's a grey-haired maniacal mastermind with a propensity for messing with people's heads who enters what is essentially Zexal's version of the Battle City tournament to get revenge. Likewise, his ace monster, Heraldry Crest, has three distinct "modes" similar to those of the Winged Dragon of Ra and comparably devastating (and broken) effects.
  • Eye Scream: A black hole for an eye socket is hidden behind his mask.
  • Fountain of Youth: He's actually the father of III, IV, and V, but was left with the body of a child due to Dr. Faker.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: What Faker did to him is bad, but his actions at the World Duel Carnival make him just as bad, or arguably worse.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Loves inflicting this upon his opponents by use of his Number cards, which steal the names and effects of their Xyz monsters for his own use. This is how he wins against Droite and Kaito.
  • I Shall Taunt You: Takes great delight in taunting Dr. Faker in episode 64 when he's about to beat Kaito with Coat of Arms.
  • I Was Quite the Looker: Inverted. Before his transformation, he was a strapping and respected scholar who still had all his marbles.
  • Love Is a Weakness: He was disdainful of how his sons were dueling more out of love for him than hatred for Dr. Faker and spent several years systematically ruining Shark's life to turn him into a Laser-Guided Tyke-Bomb fuelled by wrath.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He manipulates just about everyone, from Shark to his own sons, who he refers to as 'pawns'. In episode 58, he even says he only trusts himself and the `Barian World.
  • Mind Rape: To Droite in episode 54 by taking her memories of Kaito.
  • Not So Different: Quite a few:
    • He compares himself to both Shark and Kaito. With Shark, he points out that both are motivated by revenge. With Kaito, he points that both would do horrible things for what's important to them; Tron's willing to sacrifice his sons and do other horrible things for his revenge on Dr. Faker, while Kaito is willing to hunt and steal souls for his brother.
    • With Yuma he combined this a Break Them by Talking theme, trying to convince Yuma that he was actually working towards the same goal he was - trying to gain revenge on Dr. Faker - claiming his father had sent Astral to Earth in order to destroy it. (Whether Tron truly believed this claim is unclear, but what would make this so horrible, if true, is that it would suggest that Kazuma Tsukumo was just as sadistic as Tron was, which is pretty sadistic). The amazing thing is, that while Yuma refused to believe it, Astral was nearly convinced for a minute or two. (It wasn't the first time he had such suspicions as to the intent of his purpose, and as it would turn out, his purpose was far from benign, but was not via Kazuma's doing.)
    • He is also this to Faker, as both try to do what's best, but their methods are definitely questionable.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: That laughing joke of a kid with a mask? Watch him absolutely massacre Droite once he gets serious.
    • And then he one-upped himself and beat Kaito.
  • Power Copying: Genome Heriter's power allows it to take the form and name of another monster, while leaving that monster nameless.
    • His other Number, No. 69: God Medallion Coat of Arms, is also able to steal monster effects, but with the added effect of negating them as well.
    • He is also able to take a person's Numbers from them much like Photon Hand and Astral are capable of, as demonstrated after he beat Kaito.
  • The Power of Hate: Coat of Arms runs on this, so Tron was trying to create hatred and anger so that he could summon it. He finally succeeds in his duel with Kaito.
  • Psychopathic Man Child: Is a Type C. Counts as one due to his chronological age.
  • Revenge: Sure, this is stated above, right? However, as it turns out, it's only really Tron who desires revenge against Faker. His sons, III, IV, and V, are only going along with the ride because they want their "real" father back, with all three actually asking their opponents after they're beaten to help save their family.
  • Revenge Before Reason: During the last official round of the WDC, he's so incensed at Yuma getting in the way of his plans that he doesn't even entertain the idea that the Sphere Field they're dueling in is an enormous trap by Dr. Faker and concentrates all his energy into destroying the young Tsukumo.
  • Scaled Up: In Haruto's mental world in episode 64, he turns into a monstrous dragon to oppose Yuma. However, Hope promptly kills it in two hits.
  • Sigil Spam: His Crest.
  • Sphere of Destruction: Can conjure one, but never used it for any functional purpose.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: As Byron, he looked like a mix of V and IV. As Tron, he does look quite similar when they are smirking.
  • Villain Takes an Interest: Due to his history with his father, Tron is the only antagonist in the whole show who immediately considers Yuma to be a serious threat and takes measures to eliminate him and Astral so they don't interfere with his plans.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Gets a minor one whenever Yuma keeps sabotaging his plan.
  • Xanatos Speed Chess: Is quite capable of this, as he was unaware of the Numbers' Chaos forms, yet was able to factor this knowledge in and use it to his advantage to gain control of Shark.

Tropes exclusive to him in the second half:

    III (Trey)
Voiced by: Kyousuke Ikeda (JP), Wayne Grayson (EN)

Birth name: Michael Arclight. A kind young man who only wishes to see his family back together and happy again like they once were, III initially has little drive to seek revenge, and is visibly pained by several of Tron's acts. However, the sight of Yuma's happy family reminds him of what he's fighting for, and he comes very close to utterly crushing Yuma's spirit, killing Astral, and tearing open a doorway to the Barian World (unknowingly) before his defeat. He also becomes the first character to fall comatose due to overuse of the Numbers' power.

His deck theme is the OOPArts, a group of monsters representing historical anomalies, as III believes that they show the influence of other worlds on the Earth's development, and his favourite monster is OOPArts Aztec Mask Golem. However, his aces are both Numbers; No. 33: OOPArts Superweapon - Machu Mach, and later No. 6: OOPArts Atlanthal. He was also the previous owner of No. 32: Marine Biting Dragon - Shark Drake, before it was passed on to Shark.

Tropes exclusive to him in the first half:

  • Bishounen: Very pretty.
  • Color Motif: Red
  • Dark Magical Girl: Not in the literal sense, but plays this narrative role to a T, being a gentle but tragic figure forced into rivalry with the protagonist due to his horrible circumstances.
  • Disk One Final Boss: The last obstacle Yuma must overcome to enter the World Duel Carnival Finals and the second person dangerous enough to give Yuma and Astral reason to use Zexal again.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Has a cute face and his outfit looks slightly feminine compared to his brothers.
  • Evil Costume Switch: To a gladiator during his duel with Yuma.
  • Foil: Of Yuma. Both are the youngest in their family, but their environment is very different. Yuma doesn't have both of his parents but still lives a peaceful and happy life with his sister and grandmother while III still has a parent Tron and brothers but his family life lost their peace and happiness. Yuma argues a lot with his sister but III maintains a calm and respectful attitude towards his older brothers despite IV being slightly mean towards him in the beginning.
  • Friendly Enemy: With Yuma.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Far from the calming effect it had with Hart, time spent with the Tsukumos intensifies III's need to restore his family's sanity no matter the cost.
  • Oh, Crap!: Once he remembers that Yuma was present during his battle with Shark and the one IV had with Tetsuo and Takashi, he's realises that while Kite has no idea what's coming during their tag duel, Yuma does.
  • Sacrificial Lion: The first major duelist to be bedridden and put out of commission due to abuse of the immense power of the Numbers.
  • Took a Level in Badass: III's duel with Yuma spans three episodes despite losing.
  • Token Good Teammate: III is far more friendly and kind than his brothers. Although he did become the exact opposite during his duel with Yuma, it was only due to the power of Tron's crest and his extreme determination to save his family, so that really shouldn't count since it wasn't permanent; right after he lost, he reverted back to his original personality.

Tropes exclusive to him in the second half:

    IV (Quattro)
Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya (JP), Darren Dunstan (EN)

Birth name: Thomas Arclight. The champion of the Asian Dueling Circuit, and responsible for Shark's fall from grace from said circuit, due to setting up his deck to fall over in the waiting room, IV shows a kind and humble face to his many fans, but acts with sadism and malice to all others. He has a personal grudge with Shark for various reasons, including his involvement in the hospitalisation of Shark's twin sister, Rio, and Tron's eventual use of Shark as an assassin against Faker rather than IV, but is also spiteful towards any others who have close family ties because of how he and his brothers have suffered in the past. He cares greatly for his family despite this, and asks Shark to save his father after his defeat.

IV's deck consists of Gimmick Puppets, an archetype mostly reliant on its Xyz Monsters, and has used three ace Numbers depending on the situation; No. 15: Gimmick Puppet - Giant Killer, No. 40: Gimmick Puppet - Heaven's Strings, and No. 88: Gimmick Puppet - Destiny Leo.

Tropes exclusive to him in the first half:

  • Always Someone Better: From multiple directions. Tron's decision to use Shark as an assassin instead of IV leads IV to resent Shark.
  • Anti-Magic: Before the World Duel Carnival, he originally ran a Gravekeeper's deck with Skill Drain to deny his opponent the use of both Monster effects and the Graveyard. In the present day, he has adopted a heavy anti-Xyz play style with his Gimmick Puppets after receiving his Number cards.
  • Ax-Crazy: Begins to lose it somewhat during his duel with Shark. Mostly attributed to Tron screwing with him during the duel.
  • Bishounen: Despite being the most masculine looking of his brothers, his beauty is still present.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: While around fans, he pretends to be a friendly and noble person, but to those who know him, he's an evil manipulative jerk who enjoys others' pain.
  • Catchphrase: FANSERVICE!!
  • Color Motif: Yellow
  • Creepy Doll: His deck-type.
  • Expy: Bears an uncanny resemblance to Takuto Tsunashi (in his pilot form) from Star Driver; hair, coat, and all.
  • Fanservice: He won't stop talking about it...although his idea of fanservice is a lot different from what the trope is usually about.
  • Four Is Death: Easily the most sadistic of the brothers, though Tron does not think so, and it pisses him off to no end.
  • Freudian Excuse: Like all of the Tron siblings, he has suffered quite a bit thanks to Dr Faker's betrayal. It's implied during the Tag Duel with III that this is why IV insists on making other people suffer. Not helped by the fact that he's Tron's least favorite.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Tron's abuse has made him insanely paranoid of anyone he values more than him.
  • Hidden Depths: With all of the vague Foreshadowing, one would be surprised if his character didn't take this turn.
    • Shown in episode 58. All he wants is for his father, Byron Arclight, to return from behind the mask of Tron. And he reveals that he didn't intend to hurt Shark's sister, and that Tron was responsible as he gave IV a cursed card. Not to mention that he saved her life by carrying her out of the building, getting that scar on his face in the process because he stopped to do so.
  • Hunter of Monsters: Numbers Hunter. He collected most of the Numbers they're currently using.
  • Instant-Win Condition: Destiny Leo has one.
  • Jerkass: The biggest one of the siblings.
  • Kick the Dog: Even after defeating Tetsuo and Takashi with a One Turn Kill, he still attacks them with Giant Killer, hurting them even more.
  • Man in White: IV's standard clothing in the series. He has worn different outfits in the past, however.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Organized Shark's fall from grace and severely injured Shark's sister, Rio, in a duel. This is subverted when it's revealed Tron was effectively the one that organized everything, while IV simply followed orders. In fact, IV did not even intend to hurt Shark's sister - it was actually Tron's intervention that caused it. IV had used a card, Flaming Hell Blessing, that was given to him by Tron, but he was unaware that it had the capability of inflicting real damage. As a result, IV had unintentionally hurt Shark's sister, and IV even went out of his way to save her from the resultant fire (started by the card) straight away, which also caused the scar on his face.
  • Marionette Master: His deck. Goes into Irony since he's being used by Tron as one, which is made worse since he's his father.
  • Middle Child Syndrome: IV is averse to being The Un-Favourite, to say the least, which is why he tries the hardest out of all the brothers.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • Despite usually being a complete sadist, he seems to genuinely care about his family a great deal. In fact, IV showed the most concern out of the Tron siblings when III was defeated by Yuma. In addition, when Tron openly called III and IV disappointments, IV's first reaction was to stand up for III, and he did not even bother trying to defend himself.
    • After his duel with Shark, he explains just what exactly happened to Shark's sister and entrusts his revenge to Shark.
  • Revenge Before Reason: In his duel with Shark during the WDC, he's so anxious to make Shark's defeat as complete as possible, that he makes a grave error, taking a gamble in order to activate an effect that would have done incredible damage if it had worked when he could have simply won by using an option that would have finished his opponent quickly. The gamble fails to pay off, and he loses as a result. (Of course, you could probably blame Tron for this one too. His cruel taunting made IV jealous of Shark, and want to prove himself in the eyes of his father.)
  • The Rival: To Shark.
  • Say My Name: THHHRRREEEEEE!!! When Kaito beats III with Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon.
  • Shared Family Quirks: Both IV and Tron put on a facade before showing off their sinister side.
  • Slasher Smile: He along with Shark and Kaito.
  • Smoke Shield: Happens every time he uses Gimmick Box. Surprisingly, it doesn't happen in his duel with Shark.
  • Stepford Smiler: Unstable. So very Unstable.
  • The Unexpected: His Gimmick Puppets are implied to not be his usual archetype on the pro-circuit with even his most dedicated fans being surprised to see him use them during the WDC.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: IV's smirk resembles Tron's in his child form. The shape of their eyes are quite similar too. He also looks similar to V whenever his left eye turns blue in the AR vision.
  • The Unfavorite: Tron trusts III and V a lot more than IV due to his recklessness and anger issues, and would rather use Shark as an assassin than his own son for the same reasons.
  • Villainous Breakdown: In episode 58, where he breaks down in front of Tron when he realizes his father doesn't care about him, III or V at all, protesting that he did everything Tron wished for with the hope of Byron Arclight returning.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Is the most willing and will go the furthest to please Tron, yet is also the least appreciated by Tron.
  • Your Answer to Everything: Fanservice. Not of the sexual variant, though.

Tropes exclusive to him in the second half:

  • Cool Loser: V actually refers to Shark "as the only man IV ever called a friend".
  • "I Know You Are in There Somewhere" Fight: Tries this on Shark. Shark instead makes him give into hatred so he'll stop trying.
  • Improbable Age: He's 17 but becomes a pro-Duelist in the last episode.
  • Story-Breaker Power: Disaster Leo. A 3500 ATK behemoth that deals 4000 damage upon using a single overlay unit, without any side effects whatsoever. In most cases, this will certainly mean a One-Hit Kill, as duelists start with exactly 4000 Life Points. If that wasn't enough, this card still retains the automatic-victory effect of Destiny Leo, allowing the player to win the duel once it no longer has overlay units.
  • Super Mode: Gains "Rank-Up-Magic Argent Chaos Force", letting him Rank-Up his Numbers.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He was already one of the stronger duelists within Zexal I, but with the aid of Argent Chaos Force, he manages to become powerful enough to nearly defeat the strongest Barian Emperor. In fact, the only reason he lost was due to Nasch's deck being a natural counter to IV's. (Nasch's deck focused on Life Point and Overlay Unit manipulation, allowing him to survive the effects of IV's Disaster Leo.)
  • Took a Level in Kindness: MUCH nicer now than he was before.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Acts like this during his tag team duel with Shark.
  • The Worf Barrage: See that Story-Breaker Power up there? Nasch beats it.

    V (Quinton)
Voiced by: Shouma Yamamoto (JP), Jamal Najum Khan (EN)

Birth name: Christopher Arclight. The oldest of the Tron siblings, V is generally quite calm and reasonable, and takes the role of the responsible older brother to his younger siblings; however, his greatest loyalty is to Tron, and will berate his brothers for going against him. His drive for revenge is greater than that of the other two brothers, as he also worked for Faker at the time of his father's disappearance. Prior to the series, he was a mentor to Kaito and taught him how to duel, but then discovered that Kaito and Haruto were Faker's sons and abandoned them both, which Kaito has never truly forgiven him for. However, he eventually loses to Kaito, who explains that he doesn't have to be loyal to his father if he doesn't want to. He then expresses his affection for the Tenjo brothers before leaving and falling comatose due to his Crest. His deck theme switched from a "Hell" theme mostly based on Spells and Traps to a space Machine theme, and his ace monster was No. 9: Sky Canopy Star - Dyson Sphere.

Tropes exclusive to him in the first half:

  • Aloof Big Brother: He became one due to circumstances; his childhood showed that he wasn't one.
  • Beam Spam: Dyson Sphere, to ludicrous degrees.
  • Bishōnen: Obvious even when compared to his brothers.
  • Color Motif: Blue
  • Expy: Of Harald from Yugioh 5D's.
  • Dyson Sphere: His deck revolves around a Number that is based on this concept.
  • Evil Brit: His VA in the dub version makes him sound like one.
  • Evil Mentor: To Kaito, doubles as Evil Former Friend.
  • Fire and Brimstone Hell: The cards he uses on the Duel Coaster are based on the concept of Naraku, the Buddhist Hell, which is like this.
  • Generation Xerox: Looks more like his father than either III or IV. This is probably symbolic, as he also works more closely with Tron than III or IV.
  • Hot-Blooded: When he Duels.
  • It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": In contrast to his brother's names, his name is pronounced as the letter "V" (not "Five").
  • Improbable Age: Helped out his father's research lab at 15 years old (He's 20). After his father's disappearance, he continued working at Dr. Faker's lab as a teenage researcher.
  • Kill Sat: Sky Canopy Star - Dyson Sphere puts just about every other example of this trope to shame in terms of sheer scale.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: It goes down to his ankles.
  • Minor Injury Overreaction: Gets VERY angry when Yuma inflicts a mere 400 damage to him when he had 5000 Life Points.
  • Mr. Exposition: Delivers an Info Dump on the backstory of Tron, Faker and Yuma's father before losing a Duel and falling unconscious.
  • Not So Invincible After All: His Dyson Sphere is played up as being Nigh Invulnerable, with the ability to negate any attack and bypass the opponent's monsters. Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon disagrees.
  • Not So Stoic: When he found out what Dr. Faker did to his father.
  • Shoot the Dog: Before almost defeating Kite, he tells him that his victory over him would be one last good deed to a former friend, freeing him of the burden of being a Number Hunter.
  • The Stoic: His usual disposition.
  • That's No Moon!: Pulls a variant of this the first time he summons Dyson Sphere, with a blazing sun behind him. At first, nothing seems to happen, and Kaito's attacks get nullified seemingly out of the blue; then, Dyson Sphere unfolds and swallows the sun.
  • The Worf Barrage: For a monster deemed Nigh Invulnerable, his Dyson Sphere has a rather poor track record. In every single duel where it's used save one, it gets taken out in some way, and in that duel, he was teaming with someone who had already beaten it.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Also counts as Multicoloured Hair. It doesn't help that his main hair colour is a whitish-blue, which could also be conceived as silver.

Tropes exclusive to him in the second half:

  • Beat the Curse Out of Him: How he "cures" Kaito of Scritch's hallucinogenic poison during the two-on-one duel, by turning his Dyson Sphere on Kaito's Dragon and forcing Kaito to fight back.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Wishes to get revenge on the Barians for killing IV.
  • The Smart Guy: He and Kaito build a dimensional transporter together. He also created a Rank-Up-Magic.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner:
    Mizael: On what turn do you plan to defeat me by inflicting 500 points of damage?
    V: This turn, of course!


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