Yusaku Fujiki
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Japanese (ふじ)() (ゆう)(さく)
Base 藤木 遊作
Furigana ふじき ゆうさく
Rōmaji Fujiki Yūsaku
Other Names, etc. Playmaker
Personal Information
Species Human
Gender Male
Age 16
Status Alive
Eye Green
Hair Blue and Pink
Duel Monster statistics
Win 7
Ace Decode Talker
Firewall Dragon
Monster Type User Link Monster
Occupation Student
Affiliation Den Academy's Duel Club[1]
School Den City High School
Anime Episode 1
Japanese Shouya Ishige
Kana Omuro (Young)

Yusaku Fujiki ((ふじ)() (ゆう)(さく), Fujiki Yūsaku) is the main protagonist of the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS anime.

Design Edit

Appearance Edit

Yusaku is a teenage boy with fair skin, green eyes, and dark blue hair that spikes outward in the back and contains light blue bangs with pink accents. His standard attire consists of a slate-colored jacket with light blue trim over a white dress shirt with a blue tie and a pair of black pants and black and white shoes.

While Dueling in Virtual Reality, Yusaku wears a black and green outfit with a golden stripe going across his body and a grey belt at the waistline. His hair color also changes to yellow and red with pink strips and accents. When he was a child, Yusaku wore a brown jacket with a green shirt. He wore blue pants and brown boots.

Personality Edit

Yusaku may be the first Yu-Gi-Oh protagonist who is an anti-hero. He is described as a boy who doesn't like standing out at school, not because he's timid or shy but because he is a hacker. However, he gets drawn into encounters with people as he tries out Dueling for once.[2]

Ep001 Naoki and Yusaku 2

Yusaku's antisocial personality.

Yusaku is calm and collected most of the time. Outside of Duels he is shown to be intelligent and clever, but also calculating, standoffish, reserved, and somewhat anti-social. He prefers to distance himself from others and doesn't usually interact with people, not even remembering his classmates' names after a month in school. When Naoki Shima tried to be friendly with him, Yusaku casually admitted being lonely and friendless and inadvertently irritated Naoki with his observations, then didn't react to Naoki storming off. In public, Yusaku comes off as rather awkward and often doesn't know how to answer questions, leading others to assume things about him, such as when Naoki assumed he wanted to join the Duel Club and Aoi assumed he wanted new equipment from SOL.

Despite his introverted and cold nature, Yusaku is good-hearted, kind, well-meaning and is in well terms with Shoichi Kusanagi. He shows sympathy or care to others' situations like when he discovers that everything Go Onizuka does is for the orphanage, but refuses to let others get close to him and join his fight against Hanoi out of concern that they may get hurt.

As Playmaker he is shown to have a serious demeanor, but at the same time he displays some noble traits to his personality, such as saving Blue Angel when she was about to be attacked by "Cracking Dragon". For currently unknown reasons, Yusaku hates the Knights of Hanoi and swears revenge against them. He didn't hesitate to capture Ai and threatened to delete him in order to challenge the Hanoi. Unlike most of his predecessors who enjoy Dueling and see it as fun, Yusaku sees Dueling as a tool to eliminate those who are getting in his way. According to Shoichi Kusanagi, Yusaku doesn't enjoy Dueling either, and would have enjoy Dueling if it were not for what happened in the past caused by Hanoi.

Ep019 Yusaku horrify

Yusaku suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

He is generally level-headed, serious, aloof and keeps a stoic expression most of the time, though he can give short smiles occasionally. He also has a habit of listing out three reasons for his observations, a trait shared with Revolver.

It is later shown that Yusaku's cold anti-social nature was a result of the intense torture he went through during the Hanoi Project. Despite having undergone years of therapy, Yusaku still suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder from that incident. Yusaku believes his life is already cut short due to the incident and as such he doesn't need friends or a future.

Etymology Edit

Like the protagonists of the previous five series before him, his name contains the character「遊」(Yu). In a break from tradition, however, his first name contains three syllables instead of the usual two.

His given name contains the characters "game" (Yu 遊), and "work" (Saku 作). His last name means "wisteria tree". The kanji of his given name can also be translated as "playing" and "making", which is most likely the pun of his VR name "The Playmaker".


Yusaku is said to be an intelligent hacker who possesses considerable ability and who solves mysteries in a cool manner. It helps him to read a situation and Decode Talker's thoughts. An observant individual, he is good at reading people. When Dueling, Yusaku keeps a close eye on his opponent's reactions to know when they're planning something, as such he usually isn't surprised when something unexpected happens.

Ep002 Yusaku hacks into SOL'systems

Yusaku hacks into SOL Technologies' systems.

  • Cracking & Hacking - Cool-headed and extremely clever, Yusaku's real skill is in his hacking and cracking abilities. He was able to hack into SOL Technologies' systems to find Ai, which both SOL and the Knights of Hanoi had been hunting, within a few minutes and in the middle of a security scan, and managed to capture it into his Duel Disk while leaving the AI with no means to escape. He's also been fighting the Knights of Hanoi for some time without leaving any trace of his actions as "Playmaker".[3]
Ep002 Playmaker activates a Speed Duel Skill 2

Playmaker activates his Skill "Storm Access".

  • Storm Access - When in a Speed Duel, Yusaku's Skill is called Storm Access, which allows him to randomly access a card from a Data Storm when his LP is 1000 and below. Occasionally, the golden stripes in his "Playmaker" outfit glow.[4] Yusaku also displays a strange ability to sense and see things in the network world when not logged in.[5] He can also teleport back to his D-Board should he fall off from it during a Duel.[6]

History Edit

Past Edit

Ep002 Young Yusaku injured

Young Yusaku is rescued after the Lost incident.

10 years ago, 6 years old Yusaku and other five children were kidnapped, including Kusanagi's younger brother, by an unknown organization. They were isolated in a room where everyday they were forced to Duel with the result of the Duel depended the amount of food they will get and when they lost they will be electrocuted. After many days passed, Yusaku was close to breaking until a voice encouraged him to think of three reasons to win as by doing so he can continue to live, assuring that he will eventually able to leave. After half a year being imprisoned, he and the other children were eventually rescued. However, the incident left a lasting scar in Yusaku. Despite his attempt to forget the incident, he kept experiencing nightmares for years.[7] He shortly recollected at one point that he most likely surfed the winds in Link VRAINS before they disappeared.[8] Years after the incident Yusaku finally decided to settle his past by finding out the truth of the incident. While investigating the incident, he found out there was another plan named Hanoi Project, leading him to began fighting the Knights of Hanoi under the alias "Playmaker" with Shoichi Kusanagi's help.[9] "Playmaker" soon became a famous duelist within Link VRAINS,[10] with no one knowing what his real identity is because he always deleted his activity logs.[11]

Duel against Knight of Hanoi Edit

Ep001 Playmaker saves Blue Angel

Playmaker saves Blue Angel.

At school, Yusaku met Naoki Shima, who started bragging to him about his new Duel Disk. When Yusaku attempted to leave, Naoki offered to teach him how to Duel. Yusaku rejected, saying Naoki did not seem very strong, but probably not a bad person either. Yusaku later met up with Shoichi Kusanagi and discussed how both SOL Technologies and their enemies, The Knights of Hanoi, were chasing after an AI program in Link VRAINS with him. Upon learning that SOL Technology had scheduled a full scan of Link VRAINS that evening to try and find the AI, they quickly started working on a trap to catch the AI themselves. Although Yusaku successfully captured a reluctant Ignis in his Duel Disk, one of the Knights of Hanoi threatened to destroy Link VRAINS. Yusaku quickly entered Link VRAINS as Playmaker and saved Blue Angel from the Knight's "Cracking Dragon". He then challenged the Knight to a Duel, putting Ignis at stake. Ignis voiced his doubts that Yusaku's Deck could beat "Cracking Dragon", then stirred up a wind in Link VRAINS, starting a Speed Duel between Yusaku and the Knight.[12]

Ep002 Playmaker vs Knight of Hanoi2

Playmaker challenges a Knight of Hanoi in a Speed Duel.

As Playmaker rode the Data Storm winds, Ignis explained how Speed Duels differ from Master Duels. When Ignis mentioned there are only three Main Monster Zones, Yusaku wondered if he already knew about Speed Duels. Ignis offered to help Playmaker Duel the Knight, but Playmaker refused, reminding Ignis that he was his hostage. The Knight took the first turn and swiftly Summoned "Cracking Dragon". Yusaku wondered how to counter "Cracking Dragon" and failed to notice a building until Ignis told him to dodge it, reminding him that Speed Duels have obstacles besides just the Duel. Playmaker summoned "Cyberse Wizard", surprising everyone watching that he had Cyberse monsters. Playmaker used the effect of "Wizard" to change "Cracking Dragon" to Defense Position and inflict 1000 Damage to the Knight, but failed to destroy "Cracking Dragon". Ignis noticed Playmaker wasn't particularly surprised that "Cracking Dragon" couldn't be destroyed, to which Playmaker said that the Knight didn't react to "Cyberse Wizard" so he figured the Knight was planning something.

Ep002 Playmaker Link Summons Decode Talker

Playmaker Link Summons "Decode Talker".

A tornado formed within the Data Storm. The Knight activated a Skill, which angered Yusaku because Ignis didn't mention skills. The Knight used "DDoS Attack" to inflict 1600 Damage to Playmaker and knock him off his D-Board. "Blue Angel" saved Playmaker by using her whip to throw the D-Board back at him. Ignis noted that a fall from that height could've killed them. The Knight reduced Playmaker's LP to 400 and the Data Storm tornado sucked him. Inside the tornado, Yusaku figured out that this was part of Ignis' calculations. Ignis revealed that powerful monsters reside within the Data Storm, and that Playmaker's skill "Storm Access" allowed him to obtain those Monsters when his LP is below 1000. Playmaker obtained "Decode Talker", which he used to win the Duel. As the Knight fell off his D-Board, Yusaku declared that the Knight had no right to call himself a Duelist.[13]

Meeting Revolver Edit

Ep003 Revolver and Yusaku

Yusaku meets The Knight's of Hanoi's leader.

Playmaker attempted to interrogate the Knight, only for the Knight to attempt to kill him by self-destructing. Ignis saved his life by devouring the Knight. Go Onizuka and Blue Angel appeared and challenged Playmaker, but he simply said he wasn't interested and logged out. Yusaku and Shoichi spent the next few days trying to figure out Ignis' programming and gave him the nickname "ai". Yusaku discovered some video logs that were actually Ignis' memories. Ignis said he didn't understand those memories because most were damaged when he was reduced to an eye, but he did recognized The Knight's of Hanoi's leader. Later that night, messing with Ignis caused the Knight's leader to sense their location and travel there, Yusaku asked Shoichi to shut down Café Nagi's power to prevent them from being found, though he caught a glimpse of the Knight's leader.[14]

Duel against Go Onizuka Edit

Ep004 Playmaker forced to Duel Go

Playmaker forced to Duel Go Onizuka.

The next day a Knight of Hanoi appeared at Link VRAINS while Ignis was back at Yusaku's house, so Yusaku skipped school to go get his Duel Disk and face the Knight. On his way there, Shoichi gave him the "Decode Talker" card which had materialized. Upon arriving at LINK VRAINS, Yusaku quickly figured out that the Knight was an impostor. The Knight revealed himself to be Go Onizuka, who wanted to defeat Playmaker and recover his title as "VRAINS' hero", Playmaker rejected his challenged but SOL triggered a program that stops Playmaker from logging out until he defeated Go. With no choice, Playmaker started the Duel. When Go made an intentional misplay and took damage, Ignis questioned why he would make such an illogical move, to which Playmaker said that humans' hearts make them do illogical things. Ignis was confused by that but Playmaker didn't explain what it meant because Ignis' algorithm-based thinking wouldn't comprehend it.[15]

Ep005 Playmarker defeats Go

Playmaker defeats GO.

Go Link Summoned "Gouki The Great Ogre‎‎"[16] and reduced Playmaker's LP to 100. Playmaker could've reduced the damage he took but chose not to, and refused to use the escape route that Shoichi had built. Ignis again was confused by why humans make illogical contradictory choices. Yusaku stated that Go's Duel was meant to entertain the audience and Yusaku himself and that he wouldn't quit the Duel. Playmaker proceeded to win by Link Summoning four times in a row and attacking "Great Ogre" three times with "Decode Talker". After the Duel, Shoichi suggested they should recruit Go for their fight against Hanoi, but Yusaku rejected the idea, saying that he didn't want Go to face the danger of fighting against them.[17]

Approaching Aoi Zaizen Edit

Ep006 Naoki, Yusaku and Hosoda

Yusaku joins the Duel Club.

When Shoichi uncovered Aoi Zaizen's identity as Blue Angel, Yusaku realized that Aoi was a student at Den City High School and his classmate. Shoichi suggested meeting her in order to find out if her brother Akira, who was the Security Manager at SOL Technologies, knew anything about Yusaku's past or Shoichi's brother. However, he then started teasing that talking to Aoi would be impossible for Yusaku because of his lack of social skills. Nevertheless, Yusaku managed to track her down with Ai's help, and followed her to the Duel Club, where Naoki caught up to him. He feigned ignorance when Naoki inferred that he wanted to join the club, and when Hosoda invited him in, he nervously tried to opt out until Ignis said thanks on his behalf, which upset him. Yusaku introduced himself to the rest of the club, and the other members introduced themselves as well, including Aoi. When another member, Sato, showed him his Duel Disk, he pretended to be interested, commenting on the fact that it was the latest model. Aoi remarked that he knew a lot, but he said it was only because Naoki had bragged about it earlier. Meanwhile, Ignis tried to start a conversation with Aoi's Duel Disk, which made Aoi notice that Yusaku's Duel Disk was a card-loading model, the same as Playmaker's. When she asked to see his Deck, he obliged, but handed her his dummy Deck instead. Ignis later complimented him on this, but Yusaku told him to be quiet, as a meeting was in progress.

Ep006 Yusaku greeted by Aoi

Yusaku greeted by Aoi.

That evening, he watched Blue Angel issue a public challenge for Playmaker to come out and Duel her. Ignis suggested that he should accept, but he refused, since he only approached Aoi attempting to acquire a lead on his stolen memories, and he only Duels against Knights of Hanoi, which she wasn't. Despite this, he was visibly embarrassed when the MC declared that Playmaker wasn't a man if he didn't accept. The next morning, Ignis read various posts on social media making fun of Playmaker for not accepting. He soon bumped into Aoi again, and they said good morning to each other. While walking to class, Aoi asked him why he wanted to join the Duel Club, not believing it was because he loved Dueling. When Yusaku tried to ask about her brother, she replied that people only ever approached her to ask if her brother could give them a new Duel Disk or a job at SOL after graduation. She lamented that her brother didn't trust her, and ran off. Soon after, Ignis tried to warn Yusaku about a problem he'd noticed with Aoi's Duel Disk, but Yusaku wouldn't hear of it.

Ep006 Playmarker and Blue Angel start their Speed Duel

Playmaker and Blue Angel start their Speed Duel.

In class, Ignis suddenly told him to hold up, and Yusaku scolded him for being too loud. He was surprised, however, when Ignis said that a Knight of Hanoi had appeared. He went to the balcony behind the Duel Club to enter Link VRAINS, but instead of a Knight of Hanoi, he found Blue Angel, who remarked that he had finally made his decision about her challenge. He was initially oblivious, but realized that Ignis had sent Aoi a text message on Playmaker's behalf challenging her. He became angry, thinking Ignis had tricked him, until Ignis told him that Blue Angel had Hanoi's card in her Deck, which shocked him. He realized that this was what Ignis was trying to tell him earlier, but wondered why Blue Angel would join Hanoi. Ignis suggested that Hanoi might be using her to lure Playmaker, and asked what he would do, since he wanted to defeat all Hanoi. Soon after, a Data Storm appeared, and the Duel started.[18]

Duel against Blue Angel Edit

Blue angel and playmaker

Playmaker tried to help Blue Angel fell under Hanoi's influence.

Playmaker was quickly at the mercy of Blue Angel's Trickstar Deck, which repeatedly dealt him effect damage while powering up the ATK of her ace monster, "Trickstar Holly Angel", and he noted that this offensive strategy was very efficient. He Summoned "Decode Talker" and attacked "Holly Angel" with it, but the attack failed and "Decode Talker" was destroyed instead. Ignis commented that Blue Angel was putting pressure on them, but Playmaker noticed that Hanoi's presence was getting stronger. At that moment, Blue Angel drew "Dark Angel", Hanoi's card. During Yusaku's next turn, he was reduced to less than 1000 LP, allowing him to use his Skill and gain access to "Encode Talker", which he promptly Link Summoned. Blue Angel realized that Playmaker was taking advantage of the damage that she was inflicting on him, and tried to end the Duel by using her Skill, but failed because Playmaker was protected by "Defect Compiler". In response, she played "Dark Angel", and immediately fell under Hanoi's influence. She entered into a berserk rage and started screaming, much to Playmaker's and Ignis's concern. He ended the Duel as quickly as possible by destroying "Holly Angel" with "Encode Talker", defeating Blue Angel in one hit, but not before she succumbed to mental damage from "Dark Angel" and fell unconscious.[19]

Trapped by Akira Zaizen Edit

Ep006 Akira meets Yusaku

Akira thanks Yusaku for saving his sister.

Playmaker then found Blue Angel unconscious while Ignis devoured the Hanoi card. He was forced to logout when security bots were incoming and found Aoi in a comatose state on the roof. He proceeded answer Aoi's phone when Akira called and took Aoi to the hospital. He then met Akira who thanked him and questioned his relationship with Aoi, wondering if they were dating, to which he responded that they were just classmates. Yusaku, Shoichi, and Ignis then discussed Aoi's condition and a possible cure. Ignis said that when he devoured Hanoi's card he detected that Aoi's brain must be infected by a virus, and that the only ones with the appropriate anti-virus would be Hanoi themselves. "Blue Angel" then appeared on the city's screens challenging Playmaker to a rematch. Despite knowing that it was an impostor and most likely a trap, Yusaku claimed it was his responsibility to rescue Aoi; if the impostor was a Knight of Hanoi he could get the anti-virus, on the other hand if it was a SOL agent he could explain them what happened to Aoi. After logging in, he identified Blue Angel as a fake and was trapped by her.

Ep008 Playmarker tortured by Akira

Playmaker tortured by Akira.

She revealed herself to be "Ghost Girl", who accompanied by Akira who proceeded to entrap and torture Playmaker believing him to be responsible for Aoi's condition, despite Playmaker and Ignis' claims of innocence and that they were looking for an anti-virus, Revolver appeared and claimed that he would challenge Playmaker for Ignis. After threatening Akira that Aoi will never wake up unless Playmaker defeats him in a Duel, Akira released Playmaker and vanished. Before Playmaker took his leave, Akira pleaded with him to save Aoi, despite hating him for his brutal treatment towards him. Playmaker stated that he doesn't hate Akira, he only hates the Knights of Hanoi, much to Akira's surprise.[20]

Duel Against Revolver Edit

Ep009 Revolver and Playmarker ride off on the Data Wind

Playmarker and Revolver ride off on the Data Wind to commence the Speed Duel.

As Playmaker and Revolver rode off the Data Wind to commence the Speed Duel, Playmaker said his desire to battle Knight of Hanoi and uncover their true identities, which Revolver replied by he didn't care about his opinion and stated that his only goal is to retrived Ignis. Both sides then make a win-lose condition for their duel, if Playmaker wins, Ignis will eat the program from Revolver to get his body back, while if Playmaker loses, he will give Ignis to Revolver. After that, Revolver declared his hatred with AI/Internet and believes Ignis will led anyone to the destruction, Revolver also said that Playmaker also guilty for assisting Ignis and swear to eleminate him. Revolver then waved his hand causing the LINK VRAINS to be crushed and replaced with lava rivers and fiery lakes, as the duel finally begin afterwards. As the Speed Duel progressed, Playmaker defeated Revolver's "Cracking Dragon" with "Decode Talker" once more, until Revolver revealed that he had the "Storm Access" Skill, the very same as Playmaker's and Ai's. With it, Revolver captured and summoned "Topologic Bomber Dragon", and began to gain the upper hand.[21]

Ep010 Decode Talker and Encode Talker disappearing

Playmaker watches "Decode Talker" and "Encode Talker" disappear due to the effect of "Skyfire Prison".

Fearing they might lose, Ai led Playmaker to another Data Storm, where the two obtained a dragon. However, Revolver activated the Trap Card, "Remote Reborn", and combo-ed it with the effect of "Topologic Bomber Dragon", ending the Speed Duel in a draw. Following that, Revolver dragged Playmaker and Ai inside a Data Storm, where they began a Master Duel. As the Duel went on, Revolver activated the effect of "Skyfire Prison", eliminating all Cyberse cards from the field, as well as making Ai seemingly vanish into thin air.[22] As the Master Duel dragged on, Revolver gained the upper hand once more by summoning his ace monster, "Varrel Load Dragon", and attacked Playmaker directly. Just as Playmaker was on the verge of giving up, he remembered the words someone told him long ago: having three reasons to live and win duels. Playmaker then called out to Ai, asking him to lend him his power, as he proceeded to Link Summon "Firewall Dragon", and ultimately destroyed "Skyfire Prison," as well as return Ai to consciousness. Ai was amazed to see the two dragons, until Revolver used the effect of "Varrel Load Dragon" to take control of "Firewall Dragon". But Playmaker countered with "Cybenet Refresh" to destroy and revive it back on his field. He then activated "Recoded Alive" to exclude "Decode Talker" from his Graveyard to Special Summon "Encode Talker" and declared the real battle was just beginning.[23]

When Playmaker's "Firewall Dragon" used its effect to return "Varrel Load Dragon" from the field, Revolver informed him that it couldn't be targeted by effects. Playmaker targeted "Magnavarrett Dragon", whose effect caused "Firewall Dragon" to be destroyed. Instead, Playmaker's "Cybenet Refresh" protected his dragon from destruction.

Ep012 Playmaker attacks with Firewall Dragon

Playmaker activates the effect of "Parallel Port Armor" to let "Firewall Dragon" attack twice during his Battle Phase.

Revolver was amused, and ended his turn. Much to Revolver's surprise, Playmaker had "Firewall Dragon", protected by "Encode Talker", attack "Varrel Load Dragon", who had more ATK. With "Battle Buffer", "Encode Talker's" ATK was raised, and impressed Revolver for such a strategy. To counter that, Revolver targeted "Encode Talker" with his dragon to reduce the ATK, causing "Encode Talker" to be destroyed and Playmaker's strategy to backfire. While "Firewall Dragon's" ATK was raised by "Battle Buffer", Revolver's "Varrett" dragons regained their effects. Revolver claimed the match was over, as Playmaker could not attack anymore. The latter made him doubt that, since he could not use the effect of "Magnavarrett Dragon". Using "Recoded Alive", Playmaker revived "Decode Talker", whose ATK was boosted up to destroy "Varrel Load Dragon". However, Revolver used "Varrel Refrigeration" to make "Magnavarrett Dragon" destroy itself to blast away "Decode Talker". Revolver smiled, seeing how close he was to his victory, with Playmaker having no cards nor attacks to execute. Playmaker refused to lose, and claimed he wanted to uncover the events that had happened 10 years ago, to recover the time he had lost and wanted to save the person that saved him. Revolver was surprised that Playmaker was involved in an incident 10 years ago , He replied he was "that emissary of revenge". Revolver claimed Playmaker was a fool to help SOL Technologies out without knowing the truth. Playmaker refused to listen, and using "Parallel Port Armor", he had "Firewall Dragon" attack once more to perform a One Turn Kill.

Ep012 Playmaker uses the virus-removal program on Blue Angel

Playmaker using the antidote to cure Blue Angel.

The attack destroyed "Varrel Load Dragon", and defeated Revolver. After Playmaker defeated Revolver, he demanded that Revolver reveal his true identity and those of the Knights of Hanoi. He was shock when he witnessed Ai eating Revolver's arm in order to get his data back. Before Revolver left, he gave the antidote for Blue Angel's coma to Playmaker. Playmaker accompanied Ghost Girl to where Akira and Blue Angel were, using the antidote to cure Blue Angel to allow her to log out of Link VRAINS. Akira thanked him for saving Blue Angel, but Playmaker logged out before Akira could finish. Yusaku became tired and distressed as he logged out. He asked Shoichi if was Aoi alright before collapsing. When Shoichi showed him the footage on how Aoi was doing, Yusaku fell asleep. Ai commented how lazy Yusaku was. Shoichi told Ai that heroes needed rest too. Yusaku dreamed about Revolver's words regarding Ignis with free will, which caused him to wake up. Shoichi sensed he was thinking about what Revolver told about Ai. Since they could not prove that Ai was actually alive, Ai made that assertion. Ai used the program he obtained from Revolver to regain his full body. However, Ai's size didn't impress Yusaku and Shoichi, who tried to determine if Ai regained some of his memories.[24]

Duel Against Ghost Girl Edit

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Yusaku meets Emma Bessho.

As Yusaku was eating hot dogs he witnessed Emma Bessho visiting Café Nagi to order chili dogs and a coffee. She inquired Shoichi about a Charisma Duelist and mentioned she was interested in Dueling Playmaker, intriguing Yusaku. After Emma left, Yusaku noted how stress Shoichi was and decided to help him delete the files regarding Playmaker. As they were deleting files, Shoichi asked where Ai was. Yusaku told him that he left Ai at home because he was annoying. Despite this, Yusaku wondered about Revolver's words about AI with free will. Knowing Revolver unleashed the attack on Cyberse and searched for Ai, Yusaku claimed Revolver destroyed the Cyberse world. Still, he wondered if it was wise to seek Revolver out for answers about Yusaku's past, and about Shoichi's brother. He then inadvertently deleted a big scoop that would have revealed everything Playmaker and Shoichi knew involving Ai and the Knights of Hanoi, which was about to be published by Frog and Pigeon.[25]

Ep014 Shoichi, Yusaku and Ai

Shoichi shows Yusaku and Ai an encrypted message from Ghost Girl.

At home. Yusaku thought about Revolver's words about Ai with free will in his hidden room. Shoichi called him to come to Cafe Nagi, where Shoichi showed him an encrypted message on an Internet forum, sent to him from Ghost Girl. Shoichi explained that he had created a program to help Ghost Girl enter the Data Storm during the Duel with Revolver. The two read how she requested a Duel from Playmaker, with Ai as the wager. Yusaku accepted, stating that she offered a backdoor to SOL Technologies' data bank, and Shoichi confirmed that fact, showing she did send a bit of the data as proof. Yusaku asked Shoichi to reply that Playmaker would accept her challenge. Ghost Girl soon entered LINK VRAINS, and Yusaku went to do the same. Shoichi wondered if Yusaku would really go and Duel her, since she could've set another trap. Yusaku claimed he had to uncover the truth behind the incident, hoped in the data bank there was some information about Knights of Hanoi, and sensed some determination in Ghost Girl, despite her weaknesses.

Ep014 Ghost Girl challenges Playmarker

Playmarker challenged by Ghost Girl.

Playmaker quickly met up with Ghost Girl and she showed him her program she set as a stake for the Duel. Playmaker wondered why wouldn't she access the data bank, and was told Ghost Girl wanted his Ai, so she could sell it to SOL Technologies. She admitted she grew more interested in Playmaker after his latest Duel, and wanted to battle him as a cyber treasure hunter. Despite Ai's warnings, Playmaker accepted her Duel, as the two rode off on the Data Wind. In her first turn, Ghost Girl Summoned "Altergeist Marionetter" and Set two cards. Playmaker had his "Cyberse Wizard" attack, but was stopped by Ghost Girl's "Altergeist Kunquery". Despite his attack, Ghost Girl was intrigued how he dared to attack, despite her Set cards. Ghost Girl Summoned another "Altergeist Marionetter", Set another card, then Link Summoned "Altergeist Primebanshee". She swapped one of her "Altergeist Marionetters" for "Altergeist Meluseek". Ghost Girl ended her preparations, and aimed to defeat Playmaker before he could use his Skill.

Ep014 Playmarker attacked by Meluseek

Playmarker attacked by "Altergeist Meluseek".

As Ghost Girl initiated the Battle Phase and claimed she would win in that turn, Ai laughed, as she would make 2400 LP damage. Both Playmaker and Ghost Girl scolded Ai for such thinking; Playmaker claimed no Duelist would make that simple math error, making Ghost Girl wonder why everyone was after "this dumb AI" which causes Ai to get angry Playmaker then told him to not to get angry when she is telling the truth about hum. Regardless, "Altergeist Meluseek" attacked directly and sent "Cyberse Wizard" to the Graveyard, allowing "Altergeist Marionetter" to attack directly, and allowing "Altergeist Primebanshee" to do so as well. Ghost Girl smiled, feeling her dreams grow larger, and ordered Playmaker to brace himself for his defeat.[26]

Ep015 Playmarker Special Summons Lockout Gardna

Playmarker Special Summons "Lockout Gardna".

Ghost Girl had "Altergeist Primebanshee" attack Playmaker directly while he Special Summoned "Lockout Gardna". Ai knew they would have enough LP to continue and even use Storm Access, and exclaimed how "bad" this would be. However, Ghost Girl knew Ai was just pretending, and decided not to attack. Ai was in shock, and Playmaker told him his acting was horrible. On Playmaker's turn, Ghost Girl swapped "Altergeist Meluseek" with "Altergeist Silquitous", by using the effect of "Altergeist Primebanshee", and also added an "Altergeist Kunquery" to her hand. Playmaker attempted to destroy her ace by releasing "Backlinker", but was prevented by Ghost Girl's "Altergeist Protocol". Ghost Girl claimed she could anticipate their every move: Playmaker attempted to revive Backlinker with "Striping Partner", but was stopped by "Altergeist Silquitous". Using "Lockout Gardna", both effects were negated, though Ghost Girl had one final trap prepared. She noted how Playmaker was an interesting person, as she suspected.

Ep015 Ghost Girl is helped by Playmaker

Playmarker saves Ghost Girl".

Playmaker Link Summoned "Underclock Taker" and tried to weaken "Altergeist Primebanshee". Ghost Girl countered that with "Altergeist Camouflage", and protected "Altegeist Primebanshee" from attacks, stating Playmaker had reached his limits. Playmaker paid 1000 LP to activate the effect of "Balancer Lord", making him eligible to use Storm Access. Ghost Girl refused to let him activate the Skill and used her Skill, Secret Cure to increase both players' LP. Playmaker Special Summoned "Scan Doll", and paid 1000 LP to use "Altergeist Protocol" on "Altergeist Silquitous". However, Ghost Girl believed he simply forgot about "Altergeist Kunquery" she still had in her hand. Playmaker used Storm Access, but Ghost Girl went with him into the Data Storm. However, she lost control of her D-Board and fell off of it, Playmaker saved her and reminded her their Duel was not over yet and let her go back on the D-Board. Playmaker Link Summoned "Excode Talker", whose effect made two of Ghost Girl's Main Monster Zones unusable, and released "Scan Doll" to make his "code Talker" attack twice. Since all of Ghost Girl's monsters could not be targeted for an attack target, "Excode Talker" attacked Ghost Girl twice, and Playmaker won the Duel. Later, Ghost Girl watched the moon, even if Ai reminded her that was just data. Ghost Girl, as promised, gave Playmaker the program to enter the SOL Technologies' data bank, and left. Yusaku logged out of the network, and Shoichi started to analyze it. However, Yusaku was too tired and fell asleep.[27]

Infiltrating SOL Technologies' mother computer Edit

Ep016 Shoichi shows the path to the data bank

Shoichi shows Yusaku the path to the data bank.

Shoichi analyzed Ghost Girl's program, showing Yusaku the schematics, looking like a maze. They both wondered how skilled Ghost Girl was to have managed to hack into SOL Technologies' data bank, and Shoichi promised he would finish by the time school was over for Yusaku to enter the mother computer system. While at school, Yusaku wondered where Aoi was, as he and Ai thought her brother forbade her from entering LINK VRAINS, to protect her from any danger. Ai noticed Yusaku actually cared about her; Yusaku simply stated one should not give up on Dueling this way. As school was over, Yusaku went to Shoichi's van. Shoichi showed the path to the data bank, but warned a lot of traps were set to stop anyone. Yusaku started hesitating, and analyzed that Ghost Girl also wanted something if she gave him the program, even if the information Yusaku could find there may not be that important. Still, he accessed the LINK VRAINS to enter the mother computer system - an eerie, dark place. To protect himself, Playmaker used a device to navigate himself, and a rope to disguise him from security programs.

Ep016 Playmarker using Kuriball

Playmarker using "Kuriball" to protect himself from SOL Technologies' security trap.

Once the security programs started to go after Playmaker, he launched three "Kuriball" to shatter them without alerting anyone. Passing the first corridor, Playmaker arrived to the second one, in which a Data Storm was located. Playmaker was pulled towards it, and his rope broke, alerting the security chief, Kitamura. The latter sent two AI prototypes to hunt after Playmaker, who managed to elude them. However, one of the AI-s caught up with him, and initiated a Duel with Playmaker. The AI prototype brought out "Tentacluster Nautilus", and Released his "Tentacluster Drillworm", making Playmaker discard all of his cards. Playmaker drew a card, but had to sent it, due to "Tentacluster Drillworm", ending up with no cards to play. The other AI prototype arrived and started attacking Playmaker, intending on grabbing his Duel Disk. Much to everyone's surprise, Blue Angel arrived, using her whip to grab the AI prototype. Playmaker muttered her name, as she declared she would be the one to defeat Playmaker, and started a Duel with the other AI prototype.[28]

Ep017 Playmarker with Vector Square Daemon

Playmarker Link Summons "Vector Square Daemon".

Playmaker muttered Blue Angel's name, who came to repay him for curing her. Playmaker claimed he never indebted her; regardless, Blue Angel started the Duel with the other AI prototype. Continuing the Duel, Playmaker excluded "Dot Scaper" and "Linkslayer" to Special Summon "Dual Assembwurm" from the Graveyard, with its ATK halved, and brought "Dot Scaper" with its effect. Using "Cybenet Defrag" to summon "Flick Clown" and use the latter's effect, Playmaker had 1000 LP left to use his Skill to grab a Link Monster from the Data Storm. Using his three Cyberse monsters, Playmaker summoned "Vector Square Daemon", and summoned "Cyberse Wizard" from his hand; the two monsters attacked the prototype's "Tentacluster" monsters, damaging it to 1100 LP. He Released "Cyberse Wizard" to use the effect of "Vector Square Daemon" to revive "Tentacluster Nautilus" and gained another attack. He then destroyed "Tentcluster Nautilus" and defeated the AI prototype, who vanished into thin air. Playmaker entered the Data Bank, and was surprised to see Akira, who expected him to be there.[29]

Duel against Akira Zaizen Edit

Ep018 Playmarker, Ai and Akira

Playmarker claimed he would be the one to reveal the truth since it didn't personally involve Akira and challenged him to a Duel.

Playmaker questioned Ghost Girl and Akira, as to why they were in the data bank. When Ghost Girl explained that they were after the data, Playmaker figured out that he was just used as a decoy for them to enter the data bank. He ordered Akira to move, who refused, and admitted that he obtained the data, thus knowing what happened to Playmaker ten years ago. Akira claimed he had the right to know about the incident and Playmaker asked of him to hand the data over. Instead, Akira asked Playmaker to hand over Ignis and disperse, wanting to shed some light over the incident, and Ghost Girl added Akira was demoted, due to the incident with Revolver. Yusaku claimed he would be the one to reveal the truth since it didn't personally involve Akira and challenged him to a Duel. He bet Ai for the data, and Akira accepted, seeing this was the only way to defeat Playmaker.

Ep018 Playmarker angry

Playmarker angry at Akira.

Playmaker Link Summoned "Decode Talker" and used its Link Materials - and "Stack Reviver" - to revive "Cyberse Gadget" and summon a "Gadget Token". Playmaker prepared his offence, but Akira released "Tindangle Base Gardna" for "Tindangle Hound" to weaken his monsters and activated "Lemoine Point" to prevent Playmaker from attacking face-down monsters. Playmaker used "Cyberse Gadget" and "Gadget Token" to Link Summon "Flame Administrator". The latter's effect increased "Decode Talker's" ATK, enough to destroy "Tindangle Hound". Akira flipped "Tindangle Angel", reviving "Tindangle Hound" in face-down position, and forced Playmaker to end the Battle Phase. Akira, however, spoke about his and Aoi's past, and didn't wish that Aoi was captured by strangers like Playmaker was. Akira told he would set things straight, and asked for trust. Shoichi and Playmaker became furious, seeing Akira understood nothing about them. Playmaker trusted that Akira was a good person, but doubted he knew anything about the pain he bore. Akira Reverse Summoned "Tindangle Hound", and set "Tindangle Angel" into face-down position and gained its attack, plus weakening Playmaker's monsters. Akira attacked Playmaker's "Flame Administrator" and halved his LP. Playmaker used "Limit Code" to bring out "Encode Talker", at the cost of reducing its and "Decode Talker's" ATK. Playmaker saw Akira knew nothing of his goal, as he Link Summoned "Firewall Dragon".[30]

Ep019 Playmarker activates Linkage Hole

Playmarker using "Linkage Hole" to Akira's monsters.

"Tindangle Hound's" effect caused "Firewall Dragon's" ATK to be reduced. Using "Linkage Hole", Akira's monsters were destroyed, leaving him open for direct attacks. After Akira got directly hit by "Decode Talker", he destroyed the latter with "Tindangle Delaunay", and immediately brought out his ace, "Tindangle Acute Cerberus". The latter attacked "Firewall Dragon", whom Playmaker protected with "Doppler Phase Coating". Akira protected his own monster with "Gergonne's End"; Playmaker noted Akira's Deck was quite difficult to figure out with such complex strategies. Playmaker tried to have "Firewall Dragon", enhanced with "Alert Lancer", attack "Tindangle Token" to finish the Duel. However, Akira prevented damage with "Morley's Shield", and to counter Playmaker's strategy, used "Nagel's Protection" to protect his Tokens. "Tindangle Acute Cerberus" attacked, causing Playmaker's LP to be lowered down to 500. Ai yelled to Playmaker to do something, and even wondered if there was anything that can be done to get them out of the situation. Playmaker asked of Ai to stop panicking, asking if it even was an AI, making the latter furious why he was so calm. Playmaker claimed if Ai was so worried about losing, it should consider about finding a new home. Ai replied he didn't think of that, since he had Playmaker as a friend to help him out. Playmaker claimed they were no friends, stating Ai should behave like other AI-s. This crushed Ai, seeing Playmaker was colder than AI-s.

Ep019 Sad Playmarker

Playmarker tells Akira that he hasn't no future to talk about with friends.

Playmaker swore he would not lose, since he wished to uncover the truth. He looked at his deck, commenting it contained his feelings over the past ten years. Playmaker drew a card and set it, while Akira commented that was his destiny. Akira asked of Playmaker to stop this revenge and go to school to cherish these memories, rather than trying to uncover the truth, which Akira would reveal. He claimed Playmaker was too conceited in the past, and he would not feel happiness, just like Akira didn't. Blue Angel came to hear the story, though Playmaker wished that Akira did not tell the story. Akira spoke about the incident, mentioning that Playmaker was rescued. Playmaker refused to believe he was rescued, and swore he'd uncover the incident, for the sake of the families hurt in the incident, and wished to rescue the voice that encouraged him to fight may still be trapped. Playmaker claimed even if Akira believed revenge was pointless, he still discovered that The Knights of Hanoi had involvement in the project. Akira also stated the SOL Technologies' data bank contained the name of the mastermind behind the Hanoi Project. Playmaker was shocked, and yelled out the name of the mastermind, but Akira remained silent.[31]

Ep020 Playmarker ending Akira's Battle Phase

Playmarker ending Akira's Battle Phase with the effect of "Doppler Phase Coating".

Playmaker demanded the name of the mastermind, but Akira refused to give out the name, fearing this would only feed Playmaker's desire for revenge and hatred. Akira decided to conclude the Duel by having "Tindangle Acute Cerberus" attack "Firewall Dragon". Playmaker avoided the defeat by excluding his dragon with "Cybenet Backdoor" and with "Doppler Phase Coating" gone, Akira's Battle Phase ended. Akira turned the tables by using "Euler's Circuit", preventing Playmaker from attacking, and allowing one "Tindangle" monster to be switched to Playmaker's field. Playmaker was frustrated, and noted this was a Duel for justice. Akira swore to take the data and track down the ones responsible. Playmaker doubted he knew anything, as he trusted his own justice that would make him prevail and win. Drawing a card, Playmaker used "Draconnet", "Bitron" and "Digitron" to bring out "Link Spider", "Recovery Sorcerer" and "Secure Gardna". Akira pointed out the pointlessness of summoning the monsters, as Playmaker was unable to attack. Since "Security Gardna" was placed on the top link of "Tindangle Acute Cerberus", Akira used "Gergonne's End" to nuke all monsters linked to inflict massive damage on Playmaker, believing the latter has lost hope in winning.

Ep020 Playmarker retrieves Sol's data

Playmarker retrieves SOL Technologies' data.

The effect activated, dealing 4500 LP damage to Playmaker. Akira turned around, but was surprised to see Playmaker survived as "Security Gardna" prevented all effect damage during that turn. This trap destroyed "Euler's Circuit", and allowed Playmaker to attack. Despite the advantage, Playmaker used "Recovery Sorcerer" to bring back "Security Gardna". Ai questioned this, as Playmaker could simply make a direct attack with "Firewall Dragon", but was told a Duel is more than just winning or losing. Playmaker made "Firewall Dragon" return Akira's "Tindangle Hound" and "Tindangle Angel" from the Graveyard to his hand, thus forcing "Tindangle Acute Cerberus'" ATK to drop to 0. Declaring "Tempest Attack", "Firewall Dragon" attacked "Tindangle Acute Cerberus" and defeated Akira. Playmaker then walked pass by Akira and Blue Angel, having Ai eat away SOL Technologies' data. Before leaving, Playmaker asked of Akira not to follow him, or else he'd walk the path of darkness. Akira wanted to know why Playmaker didn't attack directly with "Firewall Dragon". He explained "Tindangle Hound" and "Tindangle Angel" represent Akira and his sister, who should rather turn around and walk to the light. He went on the D-Board and logged out of the mother computer system.

Ep020 Yusaku and Shoichi shocked

Yusaku and Shoichi are shocked to learn that Dr. Kogami died seven years ago.

Outside, Shoichi praised Yusaku and Ai, the former giving out the data he acquired. The two hacked into Ai, and found out the Hanoi Project's leader was Dr. Kiyoshi Kogami, an employee from SOL Technologies, who alone worked on the project in secrecy. The two concluded SOL Technologies covered up the incident, or else the company's reputation would've been ruined. Ai doubted the man could have done this on his own, and thought Akira was involved, but Shoichi reminded him Akira, back then, was 16 and was not employed at SOL Technologies at the time. Shoichi and Yusaku failed to find the project's goal, but most shockingly, they discovered Dr. Kogami died seven years ago.[32]

At the coast Stardust Road Edit

Ep021 Yusaku and Shoichi at the coast Stardust Road

Yusaku and Shoichi at the coast Stardust Road.

With the food truck positioned at the coast, Yusaku was doing research. Shoichi invited him for a break, and gazed upon the ocean. Yusaku pointed out Shoichi won't get many customers at that place, but Shoichi assured him the famous coast was named Stardust Road, known for the luminous plankton that rarely gather at night, and thought the person living near the coast may have seen that. Shoichi failed to gather new info from SOL Technologies' data, and Yusaku saw that data from ten years ago was actually deleted. Still, they knew the company was involved, even if Akira knew nothing about the incident before. Shoichi felt a bit relieved that Dr. Kogami passed away, thinking their revenge was over. Yusaku reminded him they still didn't know about the goal of the incident, and Shoichi still wanted to rescue his brother from darkness, even if they had no clue where to continue. Yusaku still remembered Revolver knew some things. Shoichi stated Revolver was not seen recently, but Yusaku believed he was not the type that would simply disappear.[33]

Another Edit

Ep022 Playmaker looking at the sun

Playmaker and Ai watching an eclipse blocking the virtual sun in LINK VRAINS.

Playmaker and Ai watched an eclipse blocking the virtual sun in LINK VRAINS. Ai remembered people in the ancient past were scared of such events, and was surprised people, even today, were still afraid. Playmaker replied people remain the same, unlike technology that advances. The latter proclaimed the light was blocked by darkness, and confirmed to Ai he meant about the Lost Incident. He would not let the incident be buried in darkness, and would uncover the truth. Later, Yusaku was at school, and remembered how someone spoke to him during the Lost Incident project. Naoki called out to Yusaku, reminding him the class was over, and thought he was one of the "Athnoers". Yusaku walked away, and Naoki told him "Athnoers" were people trapped in LINK VRAINS, noting a lot of students haven't attended the school. He believed it was due to cursed Duel Disks, which, at midnight, emit white hands that drag people into LINK VRAINS, leaving the people's bodies "hollow". He thought no person would return back to their old-selves, even if they were taken to the hospital.

Ep022 Yusaku, Ai and Shoichi watching

Yusaku, Ai and Shoichi watching a person turned into an Another.

Ai thought this had relations to Blue Angel, but Yusaku shushed him, since Naoki could hear him. Naoki doubted Yusaku would become a victim, since they were usually people with promising Dueling future. Yusaku advised him to stay away from the Duel Disk and walked away from Naoki, who wished Playmaker would set things straight. Before leaving, Yusaku corrected him the term was "Anothers", not "Athnoers", which made Naoki furious, since Yusaku knew everything already. Inside the van, Shoichi showed to Ai and Yusaku the footage of a camera, when a person turned into an Another, which happened six minutes before midnight. Ai noted there were no white hands taking the person into LINK VRAINS. Shoichi told them the person had not recovered yet, and showed pictures of more Another patients in the hospitals. Ai and Yusaku knew this was the same accident with Blue Angel, who was infected by a virus.

Ep022 Yusaku seeing Makoto became an Another victim

Yusaku seeing Makoto became an Another victim.

Shoichi believed someone wanted people to be turned into mindless people, but has not find out what happened to their LINK VRAINS' avatars. Shoichi showed more data, and Yusaku analyzed all of the Anothers were great Duelists with old-type Duel Disks, and all of them were hackers, too. The trio realized Playmaker, or Ai, were the targets. Yusaku reminded the importance of uncovering the truth behind Lost Incident, and as noted by Ai, they had to stop people from becoming Anothers. Ai noted Yusaku was a cool hero of justice, even if the latter claimed that was unnecessary. Shoichi showed a list of possible targets, from which the first was Makoto Kimishima. Yusaku traced the person to his house, and saw lights at his window. Yusaku broke through into his room, and saw he became a victim. In addition, he and Ai watched Makoto's avatar inside LINK VRAINS being confronted by a person, who wished to know if he was Playmaker and had Ignis. Yusaku and Ai saw the person casted some glitter, causing Makoto to fall asleep and fall off the cliff, but was saved by Go Onizuka. Playmaker watched as GO confronted the person, Dr. Genome, who placed the virus into Makoto, only to draw Playmaker out. Yusaku came to the hospital, where he heard Go Onizuka swore to defeat Dr. Genome. Go saw Yusaku and realized he was also concerned about Makoto, who attended the same school. Yusaku gave out his name to Go, and left.

Ep022 Yusaku hearing that Go knows the identity of Playmaker

Yusaku hearing that Go knows the identity of Playmaker.

At the van, Shoichi and Yusaku watched The Knights of Hanoi were Dueling people, and turning them into Anothers. Yusaku decided to go into LINK VRAINS, even if Shoichi believed he would be at a disadvantage, and Ai wished to feel secure. Surprisingly, they saw "Playmaker" battling the Knights of Hanoi, by stopping their programs and tossing them away from their D-Boards. Dr. Genome confronted "Playmaker", who revealed himself to be Go Onizuka. The latter stated he came to save Makoto, and knew Playmaker's identity, which displeased Yusaku and Shoichi. Yusaku did not know if GO really knew his identity, but was still frustrated. The group watched as Dr. Genome activated the Data Gale, conjuring black tornadoes for the Speed Duel.[34]

Deck Edit


Yusaku uses a Cyberse Deck. His main strategy involves using methodically calculated moves to overwhelm the opponent with Link Monsters. His early turns are usually slow, with him setting up his bigger combos for later while analyzing the opponent's strategies. Once his field is set up, he performs multiple Link Summons at once to finish off the opponent, usually by powering up his "Decode Talker" After capturing Ai and unlocking the "Storm Access" Skill, he can obtain new Link Monsters when his LP are 1000 or below, as such he usually allows himself to drop below 1000 LP. This also serves to make the opponent think they have the lead.

Extra Deck

Normal Monsters

Effect Monster

Link Monsters


Additionally, Yusaku has a LIGHT dummy Deck for situations in real life where he has to show his Deck to other Duelists. The Deck is poorly built to make it seem like Yusaku is an untalented Duelist.


Normal Monsters

Effect Monster


Ep001 Knight of Hanoi vs Playmaker Knight of Hanoi 1 Win
Ep002 Playmarker vs Knight of Hanoi Knight of Hanoi 2 Win
Ep004 Playmarker vs GO Go Onizuka 4 Win
Ep006 Blue Angel VS Playmarker Blue Angel 7 Win
Ep009 Revolver VS Playmarker Revolver 9 - 10 Draw
Ep010 Revolver VS Playmarker Revolver 10-12 Win
Ep014 Ghost Girl vs Playmarker Ghost Girl 14-15 Win
Ep016 Playmarker vs Prototype Ai-A Prototype Ai-A 16 - 17 Win
Ep018 Playmaker VS Akira Akira Zaizen 18 - 20 Win

Trivia Edit

  • When he use Magic Card, he refers it as "Mahou" Card instead of usual the English "Magic" Card.


  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 6:"Idol! Blue Angel"
  3. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 1:"My Name is Playmaker"
  4. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 2:"Catch the Wind! Storm Access"
  5. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 3:"First Contact"
  6. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 7:"Angel of Hanoi"
  7. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 19:"The Incident Buried in the Darkness"
  8. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 1:"My Name is Playmaker"
  9. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 1:"My Name is Playmaker"
  10. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 3:"First Contact"
  11. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 1:"My Name is Playmaker"
  12. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 1:"My Name is Playmaker"
  13. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 2:"Catch the Wind! Storm Access"
  14. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 3:"First Contact"
  15. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 4:"Charisma Duelist: Go Onizuka"
  16. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 4:"Charisma Duelist: Go Onizuka"
  17. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 5:"The Bell Rings on the Count of Three"
  18. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 6:"Idol!! Blue Angel"
  19. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 7:"Angel of Hanoi"
  20. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 8:"The One Who Commands the Wind"
  21. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 9:"Enemy I Was Seeking"
  22. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 10:"Impact! Cyberse Extermination"
  23. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 11:"Roar of the Magazine Varreload"
  24. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 12:"Impregnable Defending Dragon Firewall"
  25. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 13:"Record of the Fierce Battle"
  26. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 14:"Record of the Fierce Battle"
  27. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 15:"The Altergeists Lurking in the Darkness"
  28. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 16:"Infiltration - SOL Digital Fortress"
  29. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 17:"Infiltration - SOL Digital Fortress"
  30. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 18:"Wound Etched Into His Heart"
  31. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 19:"The Incident Buried in the Darkness"
  32. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 20:"Unyielding Justice"
  33. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 21:"A New Battle Begins"
  34. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 22:"The Pitch-Black Sun"

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