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Spectre
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Spectre's face
Name
Japanese スペクター
Rōmaji Supekutā
Personal Information
Species Human
Gender Male
Status Alive
Characteristics
Eye Blue
Hair Gray
Duel Monster statistics
Win 2
Lose 1
Classification
Affiliation The Knights of Hanoi Second-in-command
Partner(s) Ryoken Kogami Faust Kyoko Taki Doctor Genome
Friends Ryoken Kogami
Enemies Playmaker Blue Angel
Debut
Anime Episode 1
Voice
Japanese Kajimoto Daiki

Spectre (スペクター, Supekutā) is a character appearing in the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS anime. He is Revolver’s assistant and a member of The Knights of Hanoi.[1]

Appearance Edit

Spectre is a fair skinned man with gray hair and light blue eyes. He wears a white suit with the knights of Hanoi "T" around the top and white shoes. His hair is also parted with one bang going over the left side of his face.

As a child, Spectre wore a green jacket over a dark blue shirt and khaki pants and brown shoes.

History Edit

Past Edit

Spectre, just like Yusaku Fujiki, Jin Kusanagi and Takeru Homura was also one of the Lost incident victims. Since he was abandon as a baby, Spectre was raised by a tree. Before he got kidnapped by Dr. Kogami, Spectre was lonely kid in the orphanage. When he got kidnapped, he actually enjoyed the threatment every day. After the rescue, Spectre was again lonely. Until Ryoken Kogami find him and give him hope, by being with The Knights of Hanoi.

Five years before the start of the series, Revolver assaulted the "Cyberse World" with a "Cracking Dragon" of his own with the intention to destroy it. However the AI Ignis appeared and forced a disconnection of the Cyberse World from the rest of the network, thus forcing Revolver out of the Cyberse World while keeping its location known only to him. This made Revolver and the Knights of Hanoi spend the following years searching for Ignis' parts in order to find the location of the Cyberse World.

Present Edit

Ep001 Spectre informs Revolver about Playmarker

Spectre informs Revolver about Playmaker's interference.

At the present, the Knights of Hanoi continued their search of Ignis; but had many of their operations interrupted by the mysterious Duelist Playmaker, who defeated their agents, earning a name for himself. Spectre informed Revolver that a trace of Ignis was detected and that SOL Technologies was in pursuit. Knowing that if SOL retrieved Ignis, they would be able to restore the Cyberse World and ruin the Knights' efforts, forcing the Knights to act. Spectre informed Revolver about Playmaker, who had interfered with the, before. Revolver wondered if Playmaker was a member of SOL, but dismissed the possibility as they would act more publicly. Spectre added that Playmaker erased every trace of his activity and eluded the Knights' searches, concluding that whoever he is he must be a skilled hacker. Revolver became interested in Playmaker, but decided to leave him for now as Ignis was their priority.[2] Later, he learned that Ignis was captured by Playmaker and watched his Speed Duel againt the Knight of Hanoi with Revolver.[3]

Ep006 Blue Angel and Spectre2

Spectre tells Blue Angel that he want her to beat Playmaker.

Spectre and Revolver subsequently elaborated the events of the Duel with Playmaker. Revolver preferred Playmaker having his hands on Ignis for a while over SOL Technology having him, but added they should not leave him with Playmaker for too long. He them summed up a list of characteristics of Playmaker's that might help discover his true identity, one of these being that Playmaker would eventually want to Duel him.[4] Later inside the Knights base, he and Revolver watched Blue Angel's public announcement to duel Playmaker. He told Revolver that they could use her. After Playmaker Ignored Blue Angel's request to duel her, she was approached by Spectre, he stated that playmaker hadn't shown up. When Blue Angel asked him if he was a knight of Hanoi, Spectre just said that he was a passionate fan, then he threw "Dark Angel" card at her and said that it would unlock her hidden desires then he disappeared.[5] Dr. Kogami was surprised how Playmaker wanted revenge for what had happened 10 years ago. Spectre arrived, noting how scary the fate can be.[6]

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Opponent
Episode
Outcome
Ep032 Kitamura vs. Spectre Kitamura 32 Win
Ep032 Spectre vs. Blue Angel Blue Angel 32 - 34 Win
Ep035 Spectre vs. Playmaker Playmaker 35 -  37 Lose

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