|Gallery | Relationship | Quotes|
Haru (second generation)
Bohman (third generation)
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|Monster Type User||Link Monster|
AppearanceEditBit is a humanoid AI who wears pinkish-red suit, got red glasses connected with diamond-shape symbols on his ears, green necktie connected with white collar and gray blouse like with lime trims. He also got yellow diamond-shape symbol on his both sides and pinkish-red shoes.
AbilitiesEditBit and Boot have the special unique ability to fuse with each other and become "BitBoot". This fusion allows them to use different tactics as they are one body with two brains and also allows them to use their Skill "Marker's Portal" twice during a Speed Duel, which isn't normally possible.
Chasing Playmaker EditBit and Boot were summoned by Haru in order to stop and duel Playmaker. But, before they start the duel with Playmaker who was tired from his previous duel with Bohman, a tornado of fire shows up stopping them. The boy revealed to be Soulburner.
Duel against Soulburner Edit
After the duel, Bit and Boot start to fight who's fault was to lose saying that they're fired as Haru removed them saying that they both are fired.
Declaration of war EditAs SOL Technologies bounty hunters appeared, Lightning summoned dozens of Bit and Boot programs to fight them. To fight the AI, Blood Shepherd rapidly shot all of them. Flame and Soulburner were stalled by Bit and Boot clones, Jin and Lightning managed to escape. Flame called the clones weak and Soulburner logged out.
Bit and Boot use a "D-Scale" Deck, which focuses on quickly swarming the field with materials to Link Summon "D-Scale" Link Monsters and apply various effect based on the movement of the "D-Scale" Link Monsters around their own field.
In the strategy named "Voyage to Hell" (
Their other strategy revolve around summoning "D-Scale Full Metal Dunkle" which can't be destroyed once per turn and then utilize its own effect to move it to a appropriate Monster Zone to destroy one monster their opponent controls at the End Phase which is in the same column as "Full Metal Dunkle" after it has been moved.
They also utilize cards like "D-Scale Chaff" to Lock Down their opponents hand and field, thus making them unable to neither set up a defense or attack or utilize any effect to counter for a turn.
|Soulburner||49||Lose (with Boot)|
|Blue Maiden||85||Lose (with Boot)|
|Revolver||86||Lose (with Boot)|
|Playmaker||86||Lose (with Boot)|
|Spectre||86||Lose (with Boot)|
|Soulburner||86||Lose (with Boot)|
|Main||Aoi Zaizen • Go Onizuka • Yusaku Fujiki• Takeru Homura|
|Cyberse||Ai •Flame • Linkuriboh|
|Den City||Aoi Zaizen's robot • Den City orphanage owner • Eagle • Emma Bessho • Frog • Go Onizuka's manager • Hosoda • Isomaki • Jin Kusanagi • Makoto Kimishima • MC • Naoki Shima • Pigeon • Roboppy • Shoichi Kusanagi • Tanaka • Sato • Suzuki|
|SOL Technologies||Akira Zaizen • Bishop • Blood Sheperd • Hayami • King • Knight • Kitamura • Pawn • Prototype Ai-A • Prototype Ai-B • Queen • Rook|
|The Knights of Hanoi||Doctor Genome • Faust • Kyoko Taki • Kiyoshi Kogami • Revolver • Spectre|
|Other characters||Bit• Boot•Haru • Bohman|