Aoi Zaizen
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Japanese (ざい)(ぜん) (あおい)
Base 財前 葵
Furigana ざいぜん あおい
Rōmaji Zaizen Aoi
English Skye Zaizen
Blue Gal (Link VRAINS)
Other Names, etc. Blue Angel
Blue Girl
Blue Maiden
Blue Whatever
Personal Information
Species Human
Gender Female
Age 16[1][2]
Status Alive
Relatives Akira Zaizen (Older Step-Brother)[3]
Unnamed parents (Deceased)[4]
Eye Hazel
Hair Brown
Height 168 cm
Weight 56 kg
Duel Monster statistics
Win 3
Lose 5
Wining Percentage very bad
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Monster Type User Link Monster
Fusion Monster
Occupation Student
Affiliation Den City High School's Duel Club[5]
School Den City High School Logo of Den City High School.png
Partner(s) Emma Bessho
Go Onizuka
Friends Miyu
Enemies Knights of Hanoi(Season 1)
Lightning (Season 2)
Anime Episode 1
English Emily Cramer
Japanese Yuki Nakashima

Aoi Zaizen ((ざい)(ぜん) (あおい), Zaizen Aoi), known as Skye Zaizen in the English Dub, is a character appearing in the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS anime. She is Yusaku's classmate. In Link VRAINS, she is a Charisma Duelist under the alias, Blue Angel (ブルーエンジェル Burū Enjeru). When working with Ghost Girl, she goes under the allias, Blue Girl known as Blue Gal in the English version (ブルーガール Burū Gāru). After forming an alliance with the Water Ignis Aqua to save her childhood friend Miyu, who was placed in a coma by Lightning, Aoi altered her avatar once more and became Blue Maiden (ブルーメイデン Burū Meiden)

Design[edit | edit source]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Aoi is a fair-skinned young woman. She has short, light brown hair in a bob-cut shape and light hazel eyes. Her standard attire is a uniform that consists of a slate-colored jacket with a light blue trim, which she wears over a light yellow jumper. Underneath, she has a white dress shirt with a blue tie and heart-shaped clip. Aoi's uniform also includes a short black skirt with black socks that reach below her knee and brown shoes

When Aoi was younger, she would wear a yellow dress with a green shirt underneath. Her hair style was styled similarly to her Blue Angel persona. Aoi also carried a doll of "Evilswarm Mandragora".

When Aoi is at home, she wears her causal clothes which is a blue and white t-shirt with pink accents, light blue shorts with a pink drawstring, and baby blue slippers.

As Blue Angel, true to her name, she has long blue hair, with light-blue highlight, that she tied into two with blue ribbons. Her eyes and eyebrows are also blue colored and she has a green clover tattoo on her right cheek. She wears a blue chocker and pink heart-shaped winged earrings. Her outfit consists of white sleeveless shirt with blue necktie. Underneath, she wears a blue and pink dress with wing-shaped frills, and a shade of dark-blue socks that reached her thighs. Lastly, she has a pair of white wings with pink heart-shaped and lavender clover-shaped patterns on each wing.

As Blue Girl, her appearance resembles her Blue Angel self but her hair is middle length reaching past her shoulders, she wears a pink heart shaped clip on the right side of her hair. Her outfit and the way she dresses is similar to Ghost Girl. Like Ghost Girl, her outfit is a one-piece outfit consisting of a white, blue and pink vest with a zipper and shorts, stockings that resemble her Blue Angel self and blue boots. She also wears a belt with a deck box on both sides and dark blue elbow length fingerless gloves.

As Blue Maiden, her hair color turns light-blue and lengthens again to the small of her back, becoming shot through with blue highlights, and a pink highlight on the right bang. She wears a short dark blue dress with a white front, a blue collar, a pink section over her cleave pattern with blue drops, a lighter blue section below the white, and the front of her skirt is pink. Below her belt, the sides of her dress split away from the rest, with a lighter blue lining to the dark blue. She wears a golden belt with a pink, heart-shaped buckle, a thin blue choker, and leggings with a lighter blue section covering the top third of her thighs, a pink line separating it from a shade of dark blue, and lighter blue line separating that from a pink calf section. She also wears dark blue gauntlets with pink wrist cuffs and lighter blue elbow cuffs adorned with small wings, and boots in the same style. Her cheek tattoo becomes teardrop-shaped, she wears a black band set with a pink jewel in a manner resembling the Eye of Wdjat around her left bicep, and she wears pink earrings similar to those she wore as Blue Angel, but inverted and lacking the wings.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Aoi is described as being very loud on first sight. However, as a Charisma Duelist, Aoi becomes very active in Link VRAINS. As Blue Angel, her personality is very bubbly and she is a smiling idol with a cheerful demeanor. She has a Bro Complex and wants to admit to her bro that she Duels.[6] She isn't very obedient to her older step-brother, Akira, but also wants to prove herself and is willing to show him that she can handle something on her own. She seems very distrustful of others and forgets about Miyu 99% of the time, as she thinks most people only approach her for her connections to SOL Technologies.[7]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

"Aoi" (葵) means "hollyhock", a plant associated with abundance and great fortune and was also the emblem of the Tokugawa family. The characters that form "Zaizen" (財前) can be translated as "before wealth".

Abilities[edit | edit source]

In Link VRAINS as Blue Angel she can summon and a create a blue energy whip.[8]

History[edit | edit source]

Past[edit | edit source]

New family[edit | edit source]

Ten years prior to the story, Akira and Aoi's parents were married, and the two became siblings.

Aoi stands in front of the gate

 But on their way to an anniversary, their parents died in a car accident.[9][10]This left Akira and Aoi alone and their possessions were sold, including their manor. To provide a living for him and his sister, Akira often broke the law, but Aoi made him happy, and Akira swore to protect her smile.[11]

Meeting Miyu[edit | edit source]

Miyu approaching Aoi

When they were both children, Miyu approached Aoi, who was in school during the period when she and her brother had been traveling among cities. Miyu quickly befriended Aoi, who was surprised, since nobody was this friendly to her. Miyu continued playing with Aoi in the park, and the two became close friends, and Aoi felt that Miyu even saved her from being sad. One particular day, Miyu took her mother's wedding ring without consent and showed it off proudly to Aoi. Miyu wanted Aoi to wear it, but Aoi refused. Despite this, Miyu went to give it to her, but she accidentally lost the ring in the drain. Shocked and scared of what happened,

Miyu showing the ring to Aoi

Miyu cried as her mother came and asked her on the whereabouts of the ring. As Miyu continued crying, unwilling to see her friend getting punished, Aoi took the fall and told Miyu's mother that she was the one who lost th

Aoi cries because Miyu was taken by her mother

e ring. Miyu wanted to explain that's not the truth, but her mother believed Aoi and promptly told her not to approach her daughter again. Miyu felt guilty over the event and would forever remember this as a case where Aoi saved her. However, she did not come to the park where Aoi awaited her, and sometime after, Aoi moved away with her brother. Akira knew that Aoi took the blame to protect her friend, but Aoi still felt miserable.

The picture book that made Aoi happy[edit | edit source]

Aoi cried a lot for the disappearance of her parents, feeling alone and miserable. To cheer her up, Akira read her the story of "Blue Angel", which made Aoi happier. This also motivated her to become a hero of LINK VRAINS, under the alias of Blue Angel.

Present[edit | edit source]

Meeting Playmaker[edit | edit source]

Blue Angel summoning an energy whip to save Playmaker.

Aoi first appeared as Blue Angel and she was seen in Link VRAINS about to face a duelist when an unnamed Knight of Hanoi attacked Link VRAINS. She ran away in panic and was about to be attacked by "Cracking Dragon" only for Playmaker to save her.[12] She then watched the duel between Playmaker and Knights of Hanoi and when Playmaker fell from his D-Board she returned her debt to him by throwing him back his D-Board with an energy whip she summoned.[13] After Playmaker defeated the Knight she and Go Onizuka approached him and challenged him to a duel. He refused their challenge, claiming that he had no interest in either of them and left, much to their dismay.[14]

Aoi noticed that Yusaku's Duel Disk was the same as Playmaker's.

After she defeated an opponent in a Speed Duel, she logged out of Link VRAINS and went to watch the sunset. Meanwhile, Yusaku discovered her Blue Angel persona and decided to track her down the following day at school, after his friend Shoichi Kusanagi suggested he do so to gain an audience with Akira. He watched her enter the Duel Club, and when he reluctantly joined in after her, she introduced herself. When he asked about the new Duel Disk model used by everyone in the club, Naoki Shima, another member, started bragging about how Akira had given them all the new Duel Disks, and Aoi shot him a stern glare. When Ignis tried to start a conversation with Aoi's Duel Disk, Aoi noticed that Yusaku's Duel Disk was a card-loading model, the same as Playmaker's. She then asked to see Yusaku's Deck, and Yusaku handed it to her, though it was actually a dummy Deck and not his real one. After she looked at the cards, she politely handed it back with a word of thanks, but Naoki snatched it up and started laughing at the cards. She looked on as the club's president scolded Naoki for insulting the Deck, and Naoki apologized and gave it back to Yusaku.

Aoi determined to show her brother that he can defeat Playmaker.

After school, Aoi returned home to her apartment, and the housemaid robot there told her that Akira would not come home because of work. She turned on the TV and saw him deflect press questions about Playmaker's Duel against Go. When he was asked if Blue Angel would Duel Playmaker next, he said no, at which point she turned the TV off. That evening, she got a call from Akira, who asked her why she was unhappy, then told her to stop Speed Dueling immediately because it was dangerous and she could die, and because he cared about her. He also told her not to let anyone find out she was Blue Angel as it could jeopardize his position. She timidly replied that she understood and hung up, but then reflected on her resolve to show him that she could hold her own, and decided to Duel Playmaker.

Meeting Spectre[edit | edit source]

Blue Angel is approached by Spectre.

She entered LINK VRAINS and, after turning down several Duel requests, issued a public challenge to Playmaker to come out and Duel her, with Yusaku and Shoichi watching. Yusaku refused her challenge, as she was not a Knight of Hanoi. After waiting in vain for Playmaker to show up, she was instead approached by Spectre, who claimed to be a fan of hers, but she realized he was lying. He told her he wanted her to defeat Playmaker, and gave her a card, which he told her would free her hidden desires. After he left, she wondered what she was doing there, apparently having no memory of the incident. She bumped into Yusaku again the next morning at school. Ignis tried to talk to her Duel Disk again, but this time it gave an angry response, and Ignis immediately realized something was wrong.

Duel against Playmaker[edit | edit source]

Aoi claiming she needs to go to the infirmary.

As Aoi and Yusaku walked to class, she asked him why he had joined the Duel Club, not believing it was because he loved Dueling. When Yusaku asked her about her brother, she angrily told him that people only ever talked to her because they either wanted the new Duel Disk, or a job at SOL Technologies after graduating. She told him not to bother asking because her brother wouldn't trust her, and ran off. While in class, she received a text from Playmaker accepting her challenge, though it was actually sent by Ignis. She excused herself, claiming she needed to go to the infirmary, but instead went to the rooftop to enter LINK VRAINS. When the Duel started, she felt a wave of excitement when she heard her fans cheering her on.[15] Blue Angel started off splendidly, chipping away a considerable amount of Playmaker's LP and destroying "Decode Talker" even with his attempt at defense.

Blue Angel under Hanoi's influence.

Blue Angel then drew "Dark Angel" and started getting influenced by The Knights of Hanoi. As Playmaker made his move and was about to attack, Blue Angel used her Skill in tandem with her cards to attempt to defeat Playmaker, but was foiled. She then lost consciousness from the mental damage she received from Dark Angel, as "Encode Talker" finished her in one hit.[16] After the duel, Blue Angel fell into a coma. Playmaker then logged out and found a comatose Aoi on the roof. She was then rushed to the hospital. The doctors stated that they couldn't identify the reason or cure for Aoi's condition. Later Blue Angel's unconscious body was seen in a building within LINK VRAINS, during the confrontation between Akira, Playmaker and Revolver, who stated that he would only give Aoi the removal program if Playmaker defeated him in a duel.[17] Akira looked at her sister's unconscious LINK VRAINS avatar, noting how her fate depended in the Playmaker's Duel against Revolver.[18]

Aoi seeing how her brother cared for her.

Akira looked at his sister, concerned how Revolver and Playmaker stopped their Speed Duel and entered the Data Storm.[19][20] With Revolver's defeat, Playmaker acquired the virus-removal program. He approached Blue Angel's avatar and released the program, making her disappear. Ghost Girl explained she logged out, and Akira sensed Aoi was recovering. Akira came to Aoi's bed at the hospital, and watched as she woke up from her coma. Aoi apologized for her actions, but Akira asked of her to rest. While Akira cried that she was restored, Aoi smiled, seeing how her brother cared for her.[21]

Helping Playmaker in Mother computer of SOL Technologies[edit | edit source]

Blue Angel stops Prototype Ai-B.

Since the incident in LINK VRAINS, Aoi did not show up at school, nor did she enter the network. Yusaku believed her brother simply restricted her the access to LINK VRAINS to prevent any further danger that could befall her. As predicted, Aoi was restricted by the robot at her apartment from leaving, per Akira's orders. She took a tablet and accessed LINK VRAINS network, in a shape of a digital butterfly. She overheard the conversation between Ghost Girl and Akira. After the latter logged off, Ghost Girl recognized the butterfly as Blue Angel, and offered her a chance to regain her reputation. She logged into the LINK VRAINS and stopped one of the AI prototypes from attacking Playmaker with her whip. She swore she would be the one to defeat Playmaker, and asked of the AI to stop their attacks. The AI prototype swore to eliminate her, too. Blue Angel promised to take them on defeat them.[22]

Duel against Prototype Ai-B[edit | edit source]

Blue Angel uses "Trickstar Lilybell" and "Trickstar Candina" to Link Summon "Trickstar Holly Angel".

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, and thought she'll be the one to defeat Playmaker. Blue Angel went with her usual tactic by using "Trickstar Lightstage" to summon "Trickstar Lilybell" and, with "Trickstar Candina", Link Summoned her "Trickstar Holly Angel". Special Summoning a "Trickstar Narkiss", Blue Angel had "Trickstar Holly Angel" and "Trickstar Light Stage" shave off the AI prototype's LP, and brought back "Trickstar Narkiss", along with "Trickstar Lycorissica". As the AI prototype drew another card, another 400 LP was dealt to it as damage, while "Trickstar Holly Angel" increased its ATK, Blue Angel wished to sting the prototype even more. To halt Blue Angel's strategy, the AI prototype used "Abyss Invitation" to inflict 200 LP damage back to Blue Angel whenever the AI prototype is damaged. Like the other prototype, the AI Link Summoned "Tentacluster Nautilus", and destroyed two of his "Tentacluster Bombsucker" to inflict a total of 1200 LP damage. Blue Angel noted the prototype fought her by using effect damage, and she would retaliate in a similar manner.

Blue Angel winks for her victory.

The prototype excluded two of his "Tentacluster Bombsucker", to shave Blue Angel's LP to 400, while it had 1500 LP left. The prototype brought back a "Tentacluster Bombsucker", and had it attack "Trickstar Lycorissica", while Blue Angel noted it would destroy it on purpose and exclude it to win the Duel. Using "Trickstar Cascade", Blue Angel negated the attack, preventing AI's victory. Blue Angel declared she wouldn't let the AI prototype gain another turn, as she drew a card. Bringing out "Trickstar Candina", Blue Angel Link Summoned "Trickstar Sweet Devil", and dealt 200 LP to the prototype, who dealt the damage to her with "Abyss Invitation". "Trickstar Sweet Devil" reduced "Tentacluster Bombsucker's" ATK, and Blue Angel's "Trickstar Temptation" returned it to the AI prototype's hand. Her "Trickstar" monsters defeated the AI prototype, excluding it. Blue Angel cheered and winked for her victory.[23]

Finding out about Lost Incident case[edit | edit source]

She came to the data bank and hid, seeing her brother was with Ghost Girl and confronted Playmaker. She listened how Akira was actually demoted to help her out during the "Revolver crisis". She also listened about Akira's story that he had to participate in illegal work to protect her.[24]

Blue Angel wishes to know about the story of Playmarker from ten years ago.

Blue Angel was concerned when Akira got directly hit by "Decode Talker". As Akira tried to persuade Playmaker to stand down, Blue Angel came, surprising Akira for her arrival. Blue Angel wished to know about the story from ten years ago, too. She admitted she did not know what to Duel for, and felt this story would focus her on continuing forward. Blue Angel listened to the story, and was shocked to hear the children undertook cruel experiments, under the name Hanoi Project. She was also shocked to hear SOL Technologies' data bank contained the name of the mastermind behind the project.[25]

Akira Zaizen Vs. Playmaker[edit | edit source]

Blue Angel was amazed to see Playmaker turned the Duel with one card. "Firewall Dragon" attacked "Tindangle Acute Cerberus", and Blue Angel rushed to her brother. However, he protected her and fell down in defeat. Akira saw he could not do anything to stop Playmaker, but Blue Angel corrected him, as she knew what Akira was feeling. She noted nobody would stand up to Playmaker, and nobody would prevent her brother from protecting her.[26]

Go Onizuka, Playmaker and Blue Angel team up[edit | edit source]

Blue Angel joined Go and Playmaker's alliance to stop The Knights of Hanoi.

Aoi watched Go Onizuka battle Doctor Genome, and even logged in to LINK VRAINS. After Go won, Blue Angel joined his and Playmaker's alliance to stop The Knights of Hanoi. At school, Aoi joined the Duel Club, where Naoki voiced his concern of the Knights of Hanoi destroying LINK VRAINS. Hosoda forbade Naoki or anyone else to fight the Knights of Hanoi, or else he'd regret that. Thus, he disbanded the club until the problem was solved, and Aoi shushed Naoki from protesting. Aoi left, but listened how Naoki boasted about Playmaker fighting the Knights of Hanoi. At evening, Aoi and Akira ate dinner, since the latter could come back from work earlier due to his demotion. Aoi gloated, making Akira believe she did not like that. Seeing Kitamura developed the AI army to confront the Knights of Hanoi, Akira reminded them unlike Aoi, the AI-s could not be turned into Anothers, and forbade her to enter LINK VRAINS. Aoi was sad, but accepted Akira's demand. The two watched as Kitamura's AI army battled the Knights of Hanoi, but lost to two of elite members. Akira left to work, while Aoi wondered if she should join her friends in the fight, or to stay outside under Akira's protection.[27]

Meeting Emma Bessho[edit | edit source]

Aoi walking pass by Emma Bessho, ignoring her as she calls out to her.

After leaving school, Aoi heard some male students wondering why Blue Angel hasn't shown up in LINK VRAINS for a long time. She was then approached by Emma Bessho who wanted to talk to her but Aoi ignores her until the latter recognizes her as Blue Angel. Aoi then recognizes Emma as Ghost Girl, who asked her if she was done being Blue Angel and learned many people are waiting for her to show up in LINK VRAINS. Aoi then claim it is an exaggeration and she only fights for herself and not for others. Emma then reminded her the reason she became Blue Angel was because she wanted to gain her brother's attention and doesn't need Blue Angel anymore after realizing that Akira loves her. Emma then told Aoi its better she stop being Blue Angel unless she is not committed to her work and encourage her to do things that will make her happy and then left. Aoi then returned to home after the conversation with Emma and got furious and felt insulted on what Emma told her wondering who is she to give lecture on her and decided to log in to LINK VRAINS. When Baira was about to turn Frog and Pigeon into Anothers, Blue Angel showed up and aggressively challenges Baira to a Duel, stating she was in a very bad mood.

Duel against Baira[edit | edit source]

Blue Angel falling from her D-Board after taking damage.

When a surprised Baira thought Blue Angel would never show up in LINK VRAINS, Blue Angel angrily questioned her is she going to give lecture to her. When Blue Angel learned she was used as a test subject to create the Another virus and Baria as its creator, she became furious and vowed to defeat her. The two Speed Dueled with Blue Angel activating "Trickstar Lightstage", adding "Trickstar Lilybell" to her hand and activates its effect to Special Summon it. She then Normal Summons "Trickstar Nightshade" and Link Summon "Trickstar Holly Angel". As "Nightshade" was used as a Link Material for the Link Summon of a "Trickstar" monster, Blue Angel activates its effect, Special Summoning it from the Graveyard. When Baira uses - Current - Hack Virus, all of Blue Angel's monsters effects are negated and their ATK reduced to 0 for three turns.[28]

Blue Angel Link Summons "Trickstar Bella Madonna".

Baira activated the effect of "Dark Mummy Surgical Cooper" which inflict 500 damage to Blue Angel. As Baira summoned "Surgical Cooper" which attacks "Holly Angel", Blue Angel activated the effect of "Trickstar Perennial", sending it to the GY to prevent "Holly Angel's" destruction. Blue Angel later drew "Trickstar Narkiss", and subsequently Normal Summon it to Link Summon "Trickstar Bella Madonna" and defeat Baira. After the duel, Baira approached her saying that she is back to LINK VRAINS. Blue Angel then told her all she did was defeat her and get her revenge on Baira, claiming she only fights for herself and was back only for today. Baira activated the removal program which cures the Another victims.

Baira shows Blue angel the victims of Another regained cosciousness.

She then told Blue Angel to look at the sky and both witness Another victims getting cured and logging out of LINK VRAINS. Blue Angel questioned her why did she activate the program. Baira claim that Blue Angel was able to change her heart and she may have fought for herself but can change those around her and encouraged her to carry hopes on others if she does she is fighting for everyone. The next day both Aoi and Akira watch the news about the Another victims getting cured while they were eating breakfast. Aoi felt guilty for disobeying Akira and attempt to apologize him for her actions but Akira was proud of her and praises her for saving the victims of Another. This made Aoi genuinely happy and she gave a cheerful smile to Akira.[29]

When Yusaku and Shoichi went to Kyoko Taki's apartment, who Dueled Blue Angel, a camera was filming them.[30]

Duel against Spectre[edit | edit source]

Aoi watched as an ominous tower appeared in LINK VRAINS, and wondered what was going on. Seeing avatars being absorbed, Aoi realized these people could not log out. She watched Spectre erasing Kitamura, and the former threatened to do this to anyone that dared entering LINK VRAINS. Being angry at him, Aoi logged in LINK VRAINS. She quickly met up with Go and Playmaker.

Aoi with Yusaku and Go logging into link vrains

She was fighting for everyone, as those people look up to her. Go exclaimed the same, since he was the hero that needed to protect LINK VRAINS. Ai noted how full of energy Go was. Go noted that was the Ignis, who yelled out he had a name, Ai. Playmaker explained he came to stop the Tower of Hanoi, rescue Ghost Girl and confront the mastermind, Revolver. Blue Angel was shocked to hear Ghost Girl vanished, too, at the hands of Revolver. Go asked about the data Ghost Girl gave to Playmaker, who reported Revolver intended to destroy LINK VRAINS, using the tower. Blue Angel realized if the network would be destroyed, then all the people absorbed would be destroyed, too, hence why Playmaker exclaimed the importance of stopping the tower's completion, and Ai added it would prevent him from being erased. Go asked how to stop the tower, and was told Revolver had to be defeated. Ai warned the time limit was six hours before the tower was completed. Go and Blue Angel promised to go there, but Playmaker replied it was better if they stayed home, in safety. This actually motivated Go and Blue Angel to protect the children and the absorbed people, including Ghost Girl.

Playmaker did not care, but asked of them to be careful. He reminded them one of them had to defeat Revolver, who, according to Ghost Girl, wielded a powerful card. The trio promised to meet up against and went in different directions. She soon faced Spectre, who introduced himself, and told it was the second time they met. With a snap of his fingers, Spectre reminded Blue Angel of the incident, when he gave her "that card". Blue Angel accused him of giving her that computer virus, as Spectre noted he was "her fan". She demanded an explanation behind this, but Spectre refused to answer, thinking she would not understand, like combining hobbies and ideals. He exclaimed an idol like her would not understand his noble ideals. Since Revolver ordered him to crush anyone that wanted to stop their plans, Spectre let Blue Angel escape. She refused, swearing to defeat him and Revolver. Spectre thought a weakling like her could not defeat Revolver, and promised a far worse fate than a computer virus should she lose, alerting her she would not be able to return to the real world. Blue Angel nevertheless promised to protect LINK VRAINS from the likes of him. The two initiated a Master Duel. Spectre Normal Summoned "San Seed Genius Loci", and used it to Link Summon "San Avalon Dryas".[31]

Spectre explained his monster could not be targeted for attacks, but Blue Angel suspected there was more to it than that, while Spectre set a card. She asked about Ghost Girl's whereabouts, as Spectre joked that he hoped he would be Ghost Girl's friend, with a name like that. Blue Angel demanded a serious answer, as Spectre proclaimed Revolver had defeated her, and was a part of Tower of Hanoi as data. He assured Blue Angel she would be a part of the tower, too. Blue Angel swore she would not allow Spectre to do that, by defeating him, which amused Spectre. Blue Angel started her turn by summoning two "Trickstar" monsters, and played "Trickstar Light Arena" to prevent Spectre from activating his Set card, and brought out "Trickstar Holly Angel". Spectre noted its effects can damage him and strengthen "Holly Angel", as Blue Angel noted being too popular had its drawbacks. She revived "Trickstar Lilybell" and inflicted 200 LP damage on Spectre. However, she saw the tree started reacting, but Spectre ordered her to continue. "Lilybell" attacked Spectre directly, who announced his tree's effects have been triggered - Spectre Special Summoned a Link Monster, "San Vine Gardna", which restored Spectre's LP back. Spectre took note that Blue Angel drew inspiration from the book named after her. Spectre admitted it was a good book, and read it out loud, claiming the character, "Blue Angel", shared the traits of Aoi Zaizen herself. He continued reading, pointing out that Aoi Zaizen also feels lonely and cries. To prevent that, Spectre knew Aoi Zaizen became Blue Angel, a hero of LINK VRAINS, to become popular. Blue Angel was angry Spectre dug up her past, who was nevertheless amused. Blue Angel identified him to be like the evil monsters in the book, as a "sad excuse for a human". She swore to defeat Spectre, who claimed it would be an honor. "Holly Angel" attacked "San Vine Gardna", who protected Spectre by reducing 800 LP damage from that attack, as well as ending Blue Angel's Battle Phase. Blue Angel realized Spectre played a defensive Deck, who boasted it is an absolute defense. Blue Angel ended her turn with a Set card, while Spectre belittled her efforts.

Blue Angel planned on using "Trickstar Reincarnation", which would make Spectre draw 5 cards and two of her "Trickstar Lycorissica" would inflict 2000 LP damage on him. His Set card, "San Vine Burial", excluded Blue Angel's "Trickstar Reincarnation" and all of her copies in her Deck. He predicted Blue Angel would use that to inflict a lot of damage on his LP through "Lycorissica". Spectre claimed he opened Blue Angel's heart, finding that loneliness when Aoi was six years old, after the disappearance of her parents, soothed down when Akira read the "Blue Angel" book to her. Seeing Akira is her "treasure", Spectre knew Aoi fears losing that "treasure" the most. He proclaimed Blue Angel would lose everything, after she loses to him in this Duel. Spectre drew a card and was inflicted 400 LP damage, and used "San Avalon Dryas" to bring out "San Vine Healer", which restored his 500 LP back. Using "Spectre Healer", Spectre's "San Avalon Dryas" evolved into "San Avalon Dryades", a Link-2 tree. He noted like Akira protects his sister, this tree protects Spectre. Blue Angel sensed Spectre was also alone, since he loved the book, but unlike her, he was not loved and became destructive, which is the source of his power. Spectre found Blue Angel a strange person to have noticed his traits. Still, this made to him clear that Blue Angel knew her purpose, and found it bad that she would not live up to that. He brought the "San Seed Genius Loci", using it to Link Summon "San Vine Slasher", whose ATK was boosted to 2400. "San Vine Slasher" destroyed "Holly Angel" in a double K.O., but Spectre revived the latter to "San Avalon Dryades'" Link Marker. "Holly Angel" destroyed one of Blue Angel's "Trickstar Lycorissica", and Spectre asked her how did it feel to be attacked by her own ace monster. Blue Angel wondered if there was a way to destroy his tree, and upon looking at her hand, found a new strategy.[32]

Blue Angel Link Summoned "Trickstar Bloody Mary" and regained a bit of her LP. To stop "San Avalon Dryades", Blue Angel raised its ATK by playing "Trickstar Bouquet", then had it sent to the Extra Deck with "Trickstar Temptation". She noted Spectre bore love towards the tree, but hatred as well, which was covered by the tree. Spectre admitted he sought love, but that love was never fulfilled. He claimed he was fine, even if he was scarred. He tempted Blue Angel, who fought for those that were hurt, for him, too, by negating "Trickstar Temptation" by the summoning of "San Vine Maiden". Blue Angel was greately displeased her strategy failed, a failure Spectre commended to her lack of desire to understand him. He claimed he felt alone, at the bottom of a canyon, walking on a path without sound or light, and told she would never defeat him if she does not understand that. His tree evolved further into "San Avalon Dryanome", and Link Summoned a "San Vine Slasher", who attacked "Trickstar Bloody Mary". While the latter was revived to Spectre's field, Blue Angel used "Trickstar Light Arena" to reverse the damage, gaining LP to 5000. With no defenses left, Blue Angel took 4000 LP damage from "Trickstar" monsters Spectre stole from her GY.

On her next turn, Blue Angel made three consecutive Link Summons to bring out "Trickstar Devilphinium". Returning the three excluded "Trickstar Reincarnation" cards to her hand, Blue Angel's "Trickstar Devilphinium" gained 3000 ATK, though Spectre reminded her that his tree protected him. Blue Angel pointed out that all of "San Avalon Dryanome's" Link Markers were occupied, and could not trigger its effect. Her "Trickstar Devilphinium" attacked, and Blue Angel realized she won. However, Spectre clapped for this strategy, with his LP intact, which shocked Blue Angel. He used "San Avalon Dryanome" to reposition the attacked "Trickstar Bloody Mary" to a different Main Monster Zone and negated the attack. Since Blue Angel was unable to set "Trickstar Reincarnation" cards she obtained, Spectre noted she was unable to do anything and would finish her off and let her meet Ghost Girl soon. Blue Angel went defensive by returning "Trickstar Devilphinium" and "Trickstar Candina" to Special Summon two "Trickstar Lycorissica". She bet on her strategy by playing "Trickstar Treat", which set the "Trickstar Reincarnation" from her hand, meaning Spectre would draw cards and take damage from "Trickstar Lycorissica", at the cost of Blue Angel taking 1000 LP at the End Phase. Blue Angel noticed Spectre has been analyzing her, meaning he wanted some protection, too, from being alone. She declared the ultimate love was the blue love he sought out.

She swore to save Spectre, who dared her to just do that. Spectre took 1600 damage from Blue Angel's tactic, but he replenished LP by bringing out "San Vine Healer". Blue Angel continued by setting a second copy of "Trickstar Reincarnation", halving Spectre's LP. Blue Angel noted even in cruelest hearts, people yearned for love, and played her final "Trickstar Reincarnation". Spectre started crying, demanding that Blue Angel saved her, but before that happened, Spectre played "San Bloom Funeral". Targeting "Trickstar Holly Angel", Spectre gained LP equal to the ATK of all monsters that shared the type, Angel. Spectre noted Blue Angel didn't live up to her promise, who was terrified, as Spectre's LP raised and fell to 7200. He admitted that he did read the "Blue Angel" book, and found he had to defeat someone as pathetic enough to think that had to save him. He ripped the book, which was burnt down. Blue Angel questioned if tormenting her made Spectre happy, who explained even if "Trickstar Treat" would deplete all of her LP, he would personally defeat her. Simply by excluding "San Bloom Funeral", Spectre destroyed Blue Angel's "Trickstar Lycorissica" (whose Level equaled the number of Magic and Trap Cards played during this turn), and inflicted 1000 LP to her. Spectre bid farewell to Aoi Zaizen, a girl that failed to become a Blue Angel, whose wings shattered at her defeat.

Blue angel losing her wings after she was defeated by Spectre

Blue Angel fell down, making Spectre laugh out maniacally.[33]

End of Hanoi tower[edit | edit source]

Blue Angel was unconscious inside the network and outside after losing to Spectre, who mocked her efforts. Akira, who found her unconscious body in the real world, logged in to LINK VRAINS to save her. Akira quickly found her, but was trapped by Kiyoshi Kogami before he could reach her. Upon talking, Kogami left and Akira could do nothing but watch his sister get turned into data and sent to the Tower of Hanoi. As Spectre Dueled Playmaker, Blue Angel's data flew over and Spectre showed it off to Playmaker to prove his threat. Akira grasped the vines, sacrificing himself to let Playmaker win. He briefly thought of Aoi, and felt he would join her soon.With Revolver's defeat, Playmaker stopped the Tower of Hanoi, which emitted the data back. Thus, Aoi and Akira woke up from their comas. 

Aoi waking up from her coma

Aoi and Yusaku[edit | edit source]

Three months after the Knights of Hanoi were defeated, Aoi walked around in the town square where she met Yusaku, who was working in Shoichi's food truck. Despite teasing him that his frustrated look could scare customers away, she thanked him for finding her when she was unconscious, to which he modestly brushed it off, believing anyone would have done the same. Aoi asked for some coffee and a hot dog, though she expressed her doubt that Yusaku would get more customers that day. 

Meeting Soulburner[edit | edit source]

Aoi later logged in the new LINK VRAINS, and ushered the crowd for the events and activities. While relaxing, she was surprised by Playmaker arrival in LINK VRAINS, but wondered why would he log in. She was concerned for Playmaker's well-being, seeing he faced a strange new foe. Much to her surprise, she saw another Duelist

Aoi passing by Takeru

named Soulburner appear with a new Ignis, and wondered who he was. When Soulburner summoned another copy of "Salamangreat Heatlio" through Reincarnation Link Summon, Blue Angel wondered about the new summoning method he used. At school, Aoi passed by Takeru Homura (who, unbeknownst to her, was Soulburner, while he knew she was Blue Angel from a distance) before Naoki appeared and told her that the next club meeting would be held somewhere else.

Mission from Akira Zaizen[edit | edit source]

Later, Aoi and Emma met with Akira at a gazebo. Akira explained there were six Ignis created from the Lost Incident, one of which was Ai, Playmaker's AI. Since their Cyberse World was attacked, the Ignis have disappeared, so Akira asked Emma to find the missing Ignis. She reminded that Akira hired bounty hunters to track Playmaker down, but realized he wanted to find Ignis without SOL Technologies permission. Akira showed an entrance to the restricted area, where the figure that had went to after attacking Playmaker. Since the team that Akira had sent to investigate never returned, he asked Emma to go there and find the Ignis. She assumed Akira wanted to bargain with SOL

Aoi goes with Emma Bessho on a mission

Technologies to sell the Ignis. Aoi defended that her brother would never do that, and that he wanted to know of Ignis intentions and capabilities. Emma accepted, under the condition of three times the ordinary payment, since she would become a target of bounty hunters. Akira complied, and gave her a program that would force her to log out in dire circumstances. Much to Emma's disapproval, Aoi obtained the program and wanted to head with Emma, intent on helping her brother find the truth about the Ignis. Emma sighed, while Akira reminded the importance of finding the Ignis, for the sake of humanity, and to return safely, for his sake. He noted they wont be able to communicate past the restricted zone, and wished the girls luck in their mission.

The two went to Emma's hideout, where they logged into LINK VRAINS.

Playmaker Vs. Blood Shepherd[edit | edit source]

Blue Girl talks with Ghost Girl

Inside LINK VRAINS, Blue Angel and Ghost Girl watched as Blood Shepherd confronted Playmaker. They focused on entering the restricted area, and had activated Ghost Girl's stealth program to bypass the surveillance. They made pass by the security devices, which impressed Blue Angel, who noted it is why her brother had trust in Ghost Girl. Blue Angel wondered why the bounty hunters were not after them, and was told they were hunting Playmaker down. Ghost Girl revealed she gave the info to the access to the restricted zone to Playmaker, to let him access the zone after dealing with the bounty hunters. Once they crossed the barrier, the girls removed their stealth programs, and Blue Angel changed her outfit. Blue Angel exclaimed this was a secret mission and could not wear her regular outfit, so Ghost Girl, noting her maturity, dubbed her as Blue Girl. She also asked about Blood Shepherd, whom Ghost Girl described as a troublesome man that would not let go of his target. Blue Girl noted Ghost Girl knew Blood Shepherd, and was told even Akira knew him three years ago from a mission. Blue Girl noticed Ghost Girl remained silent for a moment, who simply replied that Blood Shepherd would do anything to win, and if Playmaker would to lose, his Ignis would be taken to SOL Technologies.

The mysterious gate[edit | edit source]

Blue Girl and Ghost Girl followed Playmaker and Soulburner. The two ladies passed through the "gate"; Akira, who lost their signal, prayed for Aoi's safe return. The two arrived to canyon area, and were engulfed by the winds. Blue Girl lost focus - she crashed and fell down. Ghost Girl launched a rope for Blue Girl to hold onto and land down safely, enough for the two to seek refuge in a cave. Blue Girl believed the winds were what kept the research team away, but Ghost Girl was more concerned that they lost sight of Playmaker. As the two started wondering what to do, Blue Girl received a signal from the research team. She went to find them, making Ghost Girl sigh, thinking she'd have to charge extra cash. The two continued through the wind territory, and found the unconscious research team in a cave. Blue Girl noted they must've crashed, could not log out or even send a distress signal. Blue Girl went to use the

Blue Girl uses the escape program on the two researchers

emergency log out program to save one of the men, and asked Ghost Girl to do the same. The latter refused, reminding the program was in case of an emergency, and that their mission was to find the Ignis, rather than save the research them. Blue Girl exclaimed this was an emergency, and saving lives was a greater priority.

Blue girl told Ghost Girl that the human life is value

She noted that she was still inexperienced, and she got others into trouble due to her own mistakes by facing Spectre. She believed to have enough power to take on problems, but instead had to be rescued. Blue Girl exclaimed this time, she wanted to save others and grow stronger. Ghost Girl, despite her better judgement, passed her own program to the research team, forcing the two to log out. After the research team disappeared, Blue Girl thought they should find their own way to escape, but Ghost Girl pointed out they came too far to retreat. She bet her pride as a treasure hunter to succeed the mission, and Blue Girl approved of that. Eventually, Playmaker and Soulburner intercepted Ghost Girl and Blue Girl. Blue Girl still thanked Playmaker for his victory over the Tower of Hanoi, but still wanted to Duel him. Playmaker didn't recognize Blue Girl, until realizing she had been known as Blue Angel. Ghost Girl noted Soulburner was the victim of Lost Incident, but asked why did he team up with Playmaker. Playmaker replied they were to collect some consciousness data, which made Ghost Girl remember something about Bohman.

Duel against Soulburner[edit | edit source]

Blue Girl stated that Ghost Girl and her came to find an Ignis, to have her brother analyze it. Soulburner noted not only bounty hunters were hired, and replied that they would not hand Ignis over to SOL Technologies, since they were also involved in the Lost Incident. Instead, Blue Girl demanded the two to hand Ignis over, since they were still under

Blue Girl approach Soulburner

SOL Technologies' property. Ghost Girl was surprised by Blue Girl's demand, and was told they could use Ignis to find others of their kind. Soulburner and Blue Girl were eager to Duel, as the former even wished to battle one of LINK VRAINS heroes. While Ghost Girl went to track Playmaker down, Soulburner reminded Blue Girl that like Playmaker, he was ruthlessly strong. Blue Girl intended to show the power of her new Trickstars, too. Blue Girl shared her ambitions, wanting to obtain Soulburner's Ignis to have her brother's approval, using the new Deck she had constructed, in addition, she would use the Ignis to find more of its kind. Flame reminded Soulburner about Blue Girl's effect damage tactics, so Soulburner swore to quickly set up a formation to counter that. The two raced to a spot to determine who would take the first turn, and Blue Girl won that race. Blue Girl proceeded by swarming the field, using "Trickstar Lilybell" and "Trickstar Lycoris" for the Link Summon of "Trickstar Divaridis", and inflicted first 200 damage to Soulburner. She brought "Trickstar Birdhelm", and inflicted 200 points of damage on Soulburner, but could not attack this turn (and neither could she at her first turn). Returning the latter monster, Blue Girl used its effect to equip it to "Trickstar Divadiris". Soulburner's turn started, but he immediately took 200 LP damage, due to "Trickstar Lycoris". Flame and Blue Girl reminded Soulburner could not use Burning Draw, else he'd take 200 LP damage when he would have 100 LP left. Soulburner summoned "Salamangreat Meer", but took 200 LP damage from "Trickstar Divadiris". He noted that the damage would add up, and intended to save his LP by taking out her monsters. He used the effects of his monsters to swap "Salamangreat Meer" with "Salamangreat Falco", and summoned "Salamangreat Wolvie", his LP lowered to 2400. Blue Girl expected Soulburner's "Salamangreat Heatlio", for "Trickstar Birdhelm" didn't allow itself and the equipped monster - "Trickstar Divaridis" - to be targeted by card effects. "Trickstar Heatlio" went to attack, and Blue Girl noted she lost her previous battles, since the enemy broke through her weak ATK monsters. This time, she used "Trickstar Calobane", which doubled her monster's ATK, thus cancelling Soulburner's ATK and lowering his LP to 900. Fortunately for Soulburner, "Salamangreat Heatlio" became undestructible, as it used "Salamangreat Wolvie" as material. Still, Soulburner complimented her as one of the LINK VRAINS heroes. Flame reminded Soulburner he had one thing that improved himself, the Ignis. Soulburner, who believed Flame was just arrogant, asked if he could actually do something, but was told Flame could only observe. Blue Girl summoned a "Trickstar Token". This time, the effect of "Trickstar Divaridis" on her monsters to inflict 200 LP damage on Soulburner. To prevent any such small damage being inflicted, Soulburner used "Gate of Fire". Using her new Skill, Trickstar Gig, Blue Girl sent cards from her Deck, equal to the number of Trickstar monsters she controlled, and added a Trickstar card from her GY. Using "Trickstar Token" and "Trickstar Lycoris", she summoned "Trickstar Holly Angel", thus setting up a Fusion Summon with "Trickstar Fusion", the card she obtained through her Skill. Using "Trickstar Token" and "Trickstar Holly Angel", Blue Girl performed the Fusion Summon of "Trickstar Band Sweet

Soulburner being told by Blue Girl that a relationship between an Ai and human is that strong

Guitar". Flame saw Blue Girl continued to develop herself. Cancelling Soulburner's "Gate of Fire", "Trickstar Divaridis" inflicted 400 LP damage, since her new Fusion Monster doubled that Effect Damage. Blue Girl's "Trickstar Band Sweet Guitar" raised its ATK by that amount, while Blue Girl added her "Trickstar Calobane" into her hand. Sending "Salamangreat Racoon", Soulburner gained 2600 LP, equal to the ATK of Blue Girl's Fusion Monster, with the additional effects of preventing effects from being used and preventing the destruction of "Salamangreat Heatlio". Thus, he survived the turn, with Blue Girl using the effect of "Trickstar Calobane" to double the ATK of "Trickstar Divaridis". Despite having not won this turn, Blue Girl's confidence was unwavered, as she added "Trickstar Calobane" into her hand. Soulburner was not glad of the circumstances, but Flame stated there was a card in his Deck that could turn the site of battle around. Soulburner drew a card, but was disappointed it was not the card he wanted. Flame dared him to use his Skill, else he'd think Soulburner was lacking courage to face destiny. Soulburner used his Skill, Burning Draw, and succeeded in drawing the desired card. He played "Fusion of Fire", but Blue Girl reminded even if he summoned a monster, "Trickstar Divaridis" would finish him off. However, Soulburner used the latter monster on her side of the field and "Salamangreat Heatlio" on his side of the field to bring out "Salamangreat Violet Chimera". Its effect increased its ATK, equal to the materials ATK. To reduce damage, Blue Girl sent "Trickstar Calobane", increasing the ATK of "Trickstar Band Sweet Guitar" to 4400. Soulburner anticipated this, seeing she recognized her weakness and played "Trickstar Calobane". In the change of ATK power, the ATK of "Salamangreat Violet Chimera" doubled to 9700 by attacking her Fusion Monster, Soulburner defeated Blue Girl, who was slammed to the mountain wall. Soulburner approached her, complimenting her strength. Flame stated she lost because she didn't have Ignis as an AI, which made Blue Girl remark the two's friendship. She fainted and logged out.

Aoi's suspicion[edit | edit source]

Akira met up with Emma and Aoi, who reported their findings through the gate. Emma stated Playmaker was after

Aoi meets with Emma Bessho and Akira Zaizen

consciousness data, leading Aoi to believe there was a connection towards the Ignis and that data. Akira noted Playmaker was the one that could contact the Ignis, and still had regrets for having bounty hunters track him down, since Akira owed his life to him. Emma stated they had to wait for the gate to be reopened, while Akira wished there was a way to speak with Playmaker. Emma noted Akira wanted to search the city for a Dueling hacker that fought the Knights of Hanoi, but neither she nor Aoi were aware of such a person. Akira reminded a

Aoi walks towards Yusaku Fujiki and Takeru Homura

person's can act differently while logged in, though Aoi replied they would feel who Playmaker was. The next day, Yusaku and Takeru met up with Aoi, who walked to school. Takeru introduced himself, and when Aoi walked away, he wished he could talk to her about the Duel he had with her as Blue Girl. Naoki ran to Aoi, reminding her about the Duel Club. Aoi replied she was just busy, and walked away. Yusaku's friend, Takeru, wanted to join the club, and Naoki, being "renown by Playmaker", promised to teach him. Aoi was curious about the last part, and asked Naoki about Playmaker. Naoki replied he was saved by Playmaker from the Knights of Hanoi, remembering his "warm hands"

Ghost Girl Vs. Brave Max[edit | edit source]

Aoi told Emma about Naoki, who was Brave Max in LINK VRAINS and claimed to be Playmaker's best friend. Emma thought tracing Brave Max would lead them to Playmaker. Thus, she swore to test Brave Max, in hopes to contact Playmaker, and recalled Brave Max was a fan of Blue Angel. In LINK VRAINS, Brave Max was excited to hear about

Blue Girl pouting and said that Ghost Girl waste her time with Brave Max

the event of Blue Angel before he was approached by Ghost Girl. In truth, Blue Girl announced the event to lure Brave Max, and observed his Duel with Ghost Girl. Blue Girl wondered what Brave Max's strategy was, to pay 2000 LP, all to Link Summon a monster. Ghost Girl managed to defeat Brave Max quickly, seeing Brave Max was a poser. She claimed that was a waste of time, and Blue Girl apologized for that. However, Ghost Girl reminded Blue Girl of the event, just to lure Brave Max out.

The fake gate, Emma Bessho[edit | edit source]

Emma reported to Aoi that the gate in LINK VRAINS was a fake, and Aoi deduced it was a trap meant to capture

Aoi talks with Emma Bessho on phone

Playmaker. Emma believed she knew who created the trap, but asked of Aoi not to do anything, and believed her brother would know of the gate's origins, too.

Akira's waring[edit | edit source]


Akira informs Emma and Aoi about Ignises declaration of war

came to Emma's hideout, to warn her and Aoi of the Ignis, as well as Bohman, who pose threat to humanity. He noted that the Wind and Light Ignis want to conquer humans, which was what the Knights of Hanoi were trying to fight against. Emma reminded that Ai and Flame were their supporters, and believed the Ignis would face each other. Akira feared what would happen if Playmaker would lose, but Aoi wondered where were are the two remaining Ignis. Akira thought the two remained neutral for now. While Akira went back to his company, Emma promised she and Aoi would search for the remaining two Ignis.

Go Onizuka vs Earth[edit | edit source]

Aoi and Emma watch the duel

After finding Earth, Akira sent a live video to Emma and Aoi, who

Blue Girl goes in Link VRAINS

saw Go Onizuka was pursuing the Ignis. As the duel progressed, Emma commented that Earth had the advantage. Aoi wanted to log into LINK VRAINS and sway the Ignis to join their side, for they could not let the enemy have them. Emma saw she was right, and noted she matured a bit. She went into the system as Blue Girl.

Playmaker talks with Blue Girl

Blue Girl caught up with Playmaker, and noted Go Onizuka was fighting the EARTH Ignis. She declared she wanted to protect the Ignis, instead of fighting Playmaker. The three continued watching the duel, and Ai was impressed that Earth protected "Crystal Heart", as it'd allow him to Special Summon "G Golem Dignified Trilithon". Go Onizuka managed to defeat Earth, and absorb him. Playmaker demanded

Blue Girl and Playmaker watched Go Onizuka

that Go frees Earth, as the Ignis was not the enemy. Go didn't care about that, and made Playmaker as his next enemy he wanted to crush. Playmaker tried to remind him that they were allies, but Go did not listen. Blue Girl tried to face Go Onizuka instead, who was forced to log out, per the Queen's orders.

Earth's death, Emma Bessho[edit | edit source]

Aoi asked what are the Ignises

Emma and Aoi spied on SOL Technologies, as they dissolved Earth into data. She commented how that was a horrible treatment, while Aoi could not comprehend what an Ignis was.

Akira's answer[edit | edit source]

Aoi called her brother for a meeting. She wanted to ask him what is an Ignis, as Emma told her that Akira would have answers. Akira frowned,

Aoi talks with Akira about the Ignises

while Aoi wondered if the Ignis were actual living beings. Akira exclaimed they had free will, and could be frightened to perish. Aoi concluded that SOL Technologies have eradicated an Ignis, though Akira felt many of his company would disagree. Emma believed Akira wanted her and Aoi to capture the Ignis to avoid such an incident. Akira denied, though he also didn't count on SOL Technologies to make such a drastic move. Thinking of Earth, Akira exclaimed humans shouldn't hurt the Ignises. Aoi thought if they were really alive, they could also hate humanity. 

Emma's plan[edit | edit source]

Aoi took rest in Emma's apartment, and dreamed of Miyu. The two played on a slide until Miyu left. Aoi woke up, but

Emma teasing Aoi

Emma stated she should get more sleep. She teased Aoi she could dream of a date with a handsome boy, as she was trying to find the WATER Ignis before SOL Technologies would. Despite this a risky task, Emma was up for this challenge.

Emma and Aoi tracked Blood Shepherd

She traced Blood Shepherd's location in LINK VRAINS, knowing that he'd go after the WATER Ignis, after Go Onizuka had captured Earth.

Approaching Aqua[edit | edit source]

Just as Blood Shepherd attacked Aqua, Blue Girl showed up and rescued her. Blood Shepherd attacked Blue Girl and chased her, but ended up facing Ghost Girl, who noted how much time had passed since they had seen each other. Ghost Girl refused to have Blood

Blue Girl saved Aqua

Shepherd obtain the WATER Ignis, and used a program to teleport Blood Shepherd in a place where he could not track the Ignis down. Ghost Girl and Blue Girl were warped away in a safe place with Aqua, where they stated they were Aqua's allies, and did not come to hurt her. Aqua stated it was the second time she saved her. Due to her power to distinguish the truth

Blue Girl and Ghost Girl talk with Aqua about Miyu

, Aqua noted Blue Girl was actually Aoi Zaizen. Blue Girl said it was the first time they met, to which Aqua pointed out the first time was when she saved Miyu. Blue Girl explained her past about Miyu being her first friend and how she told Miyu's mother she was the one who lost her precious ring to protect Miyu. Aqua told Blue Girl Miyu never forgot about that and wanted to apologize, revealing Aoi's friend was a victim of the Lost Incident and Aqua's partner. Aqua admitted she wanted to contact Miyu, who was affected by Lightning's virus, and put in a coma she could not recover from. However, she regained her most precious memory of Aoi, prompting Ghost Girl to confront Blood Shepherd herself. Aqua told Blue Girl what happened to Miyu when she was imprisoned, saying that Miyu's reminiscence of Aoi kept her

Aqua told Blue Girl about Miyu's time when she was kidnapped

strong willed and determined to escape from the Project even

Blue Girl takes Aqua in her duel disk

during times where she lost her duels and would be electrocuted and starved, just so to meet up with Aoi one day to apologize for what she did in the past. Blue Girl told Aqua that after she met Miyu, she was saved from being alone. Aqua asked Blue Girl If she will join her to the fight. Blue Girl accepted to fight with Aqua in order to save Miyu.

Becoming Blue Maiden[edit | edit source]

Blue Girl transforms into Blue Maiden

As Playmaker, Ai, Soulburner and Flame met up with Ghost Girl asking where Blue Girl and Aqua are, Blue Girl shows up in front of them saying

Blue Maiden teaming up with Playmaker, Aqua, Soulburner, Ai and Flame

that she's here with Aqua. Blue Girl told them that she'll be reborn and transforms into her new avatar who claims to be her battle mode, Blue Maiden, shocking everyone. Blue Maiden along with Aqua, Playmaker, Soulburner, Ai and Flame flied telling to Playmaker that they'll fight together again and that the enemy is Light Ignis, Lightning and that she'll save Miyu. The new team was formed to fight their enemy again.

Deck[edit | edit source]

Aoi uses a "Trickstar" Deck that incorporates Link Summoning. Her deck focuses on raipdly dealing Effect damage when a specified action is preformed.

Trickstar[edit | edit source]

Extra Deck

Effect Monsters

Link Monsters

Fusion Monsters

In Season 2 and 3, Blue Maiden uses Marincess Deck 

Her skill is Shape of sea

Marincess[edit | edit source]

Monsters Magic Trap Extra Deck
Effect Monsters Link Monsters

Duels[edit | edit source]

Ep006 Unnamed Duelist defeated by Blue Angel.png Unnamed Duelist 6 Win
Ep006 Blue Angel VS Playmarker.png Playmaker 7 Lose
Ep017 Blue Angel vs Ai-B.png Prototype Ai-B 17 Win
Ep025 Blue Angel vs Baira.png Baira 25-26 Win
Ep032 Spectre vs. Blue Angel.png Spectre 32 - 34 Lose
Blue Girl vs Soulburner.png
Soulburner 56 Lose
Blue Maiden vs Bit and Boot.jpg
Bit and Boot 85 Win
Haru vs Blue Maiden.png
Haru 85 Win
Bohman vs Blue Maiden.png
Bohman 90-91 Lose
Akira and Blue Maiden vs Ai.png
Ai 110-111 Lose/w Akira Zaizen

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! LABO - Episode 5
  2. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 6:"Idol! Blue Angel"
  3. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 6:"Idol! Blue Angel"
  4. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 7:"Angel of Hanoi"
  5. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 6:"Idol! Blue Angel"
  7. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 6:"Idol! Blue Angel"
  8. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 2:"Catch the Wind! Storm Access"
  9. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 7:"Angel of Hanoi"
  10. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 18:"Wound Etched Into His Heart"
  11. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 18:"Wound Etched Into His Heart"
  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 6:"Idol! Blue Angel"
  16. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 7:"Angel of Hanoi"
  17. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 8:"The One Who Commands the Wind"
  18. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 9:"Enemy I Was Seeking"
  19. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 10:"Impact! Cyberse Extermination"
  20. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 11:"Roar of the Magazine Varreload"
  21. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 12:"Impregnable Defending Dragon Firewall"
  22. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 16:"Infiltration - SOL Digital Fortress"
  23. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 17:"Infiltration - SOL Digital Fortress"
  24. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 18:"Wound Etched Into His Heart"
  25. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 19:"The Incident Buried in the Darkness"
  26. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 20:"Unyielding Justice"
  27. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 24:"The Fate Shouldered by the Dark Mask"
  28. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 25:"Virus Deck Operation"
  29. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 26:"The Three-Draw of Hope"
  30. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 28:"Final Commander of the Three Knights"
  31. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 32:"Tower of Hanoi"
  32. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 33:"The Sorrowful Blue Angel"
  33. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 34:"The Sacred Tree"

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