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Bakura is a character in Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series. He is in possession of the Millenium Ring, a Millenium Item with the power "to manipulate the fabric of time and space, bending it to my will in order to create shambling monstrosities that feed on the souls of the living". A major plot point in the series is that the Millenium Ring also has a built in "Gaydar," which Bakura claims was installed by his father to protect him due to his effeminate nature. The Millenium Ring also contains the spirit of Yami Bakura.

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Name
Ryo Bakura
Nationality
British
Occupation
Student
Diseases
Wanker's Cramp (Cured)
Appearances
Yugioh The Abridged Series, Zorc & Pals, Marik's Evil Council Of Doom 1&2
Debut
Episode 4, Lord Of The Cards


Personality Edit

Bakura is British - therefore, presumably like all British people, he is an effeminate spazz who many people mistakenly label as gay. Bakura is not gay, "just British," but this may or may not be true, as he has said that he has no intention of sleeping with a girl and his other self has a somewhat questionable relationship with Marik Ishtar, who he has said that he wants to make "sweet hatred" with (according to the Deleted Scene from 'Melvin'd'). His British nationality is quite exaggerated, most apparent in his accent and his stereotypical vocabulary of "bloody", "bugger" and "bollocks." Although Bakura acts as though he dislikes his (large group of) fangirls, whenever he is placed in a situation where his life is at stake, his "last words" are "Tell my fangirls I love them."

Overview Edit

Bakura stalked Yugi's group for five episodes (episodes 3-8) in an attempt to become a main character. His introduction to the group was accompanied by music from "The Omen," foreshadowing the Yami Bakura personality. Yami Bakura took over and dueled Yami, but lost. Afterwards Bakura joined the crew as a minor character alongside Tea and Tristan and proved quite useful; when they were stuck in a cave, he found the Paradox Brothers with his Gaydar. Following their escape from the caves, he briefly mentioned the Gaydar pointing at Pegasus's Castle and at Yugi's Millenium Puzzle - for whatever reason ("Bugger if I know"). Bakura watched most of the duels of the tournament, with Yami Bakura taking over at various times, but at the end, Yugi, Tea, Tristan and Joey left him behind at Duelist Kingdom. Fortunately he still made it back home in time to save Yugi from Bandit Keith, stuck in American Idiot form thanks to the mind control of Marik Ishtar. He would have earned a bit of respect for that if it weren't for him trying to act like an American and failing miserably. After being thoroughly neglected for the beginning of season two, Bakura made it to the finals of Battle City in one episode (an impressive feat, considering how long children's card games normally last), though he is unable to give an adequete answer when Joey asks him how he did it.

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