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{{Infobox character
| image name = Ohara.jpg
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| image = Ohara.jpg
| english name = Beauregard
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| en_name = Beauregard
| japanese name = 大原
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| ja_name = 大原
| romaji name = Ōhara
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| romaji_name = Ōhara
| asian english name = Ohara
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| ja_trans_name = Ohara
| anime debut = {{episode|Yu-Gi-Oh! GX|16|ref}}
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| anime_debut = {{episode|Yu-Gi-Oh! GX|16|ref}}
| video game debut = [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy]]
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| video_game_debut = ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy]]''
| appears anime = [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX]]
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| appears_in_anime = ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX]]''
| appears video games =
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| appears_in_gba = ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy]]''
* [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy]]
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| appears_in_nds = ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller]]''
* [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller]]
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| gender = Male
| gender = male
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| anime_deck = [[Goblin]]
| anime deck = [[Goblin]]
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| gx03_deck =
| gx03deck =
 
 
* Rampaging Giant
 
* Rampaging Giant
 
* Big Impact
 
* Big Impact
 
* Birth of the Dark Ruler (Duelist in Disguise)
 
* Birth of the Dark Ruler (Duelist in Disguise)
| affiliation = [[Duel Academy]]
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| school = [[Duel Academy]]
| japanese voice = {{voice actors|ja|Holly Kaneko}}
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| dormitory = [[Ra Yellow]]
| english voice = {{voice actors|en|[[Wikipedia:Dan Green|Dan Green]]}}
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| ja_voice = {{voice actors|ja|Holly Kaneko}}
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| en_voice = {{voice actors|en|Dan Green}}
 
}}
 
}}
   
'''Beauregard''', known in the Japanese version as '''Ohara''', is a [[Ra Yellow]] Duelist.
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'''Beauregard''', known in the Japanese version as '''Ohara''', is a heavyset [[Ra Yellow]] Duelist and aspiring game designer, as well as the muscle behind the [[Duel Giant]] incident.
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Beauregard is a heavyset Duelist who's dream is to be a game designer, but is lacking when it comes to Dueling talent.
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Despite his imposing size, Beauregard has a very gentle and unsure personality– much like [[Brier]]– which was the result of past bullying. This shared history and common struggle was ultimately why the two found a strong kinship with one another. He is a man of few words, mostly due to his timidity, but displays a fierce loyalty and devotion towards Brier. Beauregard's ultimate dream is to become a game designer, like [[Chumley Huffington|Chumley]], but his lack of skill when it comes to Dueling holds him back.
   
 
==Yu-Gi-Oh! GX==
 
==Yu-Gi-Oh! GX==
 
===Season 1===
 
===Season 1===
Beauregard plays the part of the Duelist called "Duel Giant", while [[Brier]] gave him instructions via a radio headset during duels. The duo did this to win cards by bullying [[Obelisk Blue]] students into unauthorized [[Ante Duel]]s. Eventually, word gets around to [[Vellian Crowler|Dr. Crowler]] who then "hires" [[Jaden Yuki]] to defeat the "Duel Giant" with hopes that he'll be able to evict him from the academy if he fails. At midnight, Jaden and his friends meet up with the Duel Giant and challenges him to a game. Eventually, he discovers Brier and Beauregard's trick, and convinces the two to battle him out in the open in exchange for not turning them in.
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Having been being bullied for his size by [[Obelisk Blue]] students in the past, Beauregard teamed up with [[Brier]] to combat the pair's detractors. The two joined forces to create a combined persona called the "[[Duel Giant]]." Beauregard played the part of the [[Duelist]] while Brier fed him instructions and dialogue via a radio headset during Duels. The duo took revenge on several Obelisk Blue students using Beauregard's imposing size to terrorize the bullies into unauthorized [[Ante Duel|Ante Duels]], after which they stole the Obelisks' rare cards.
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Eventually, word reached [[Vellian Crowler|Dr. Crowler]] who then "hires" [[Jaden Yuki]] to defeat the "Duel Giant"– intending to expel him from the academy if he fails. After watching Brier lose to an Obelisk Blue bully, Jaden and [[Winged Kuriboh (character)|Winged Kuriboh]] watch as Brier leaves the arena to meet with Beauregard. His massive size led Jaden to suspect him as the Duel Giant, but the two also noted his lack of any fighting spirit. After he and Brier are stopped and humiliated by a group of Obelisk Blues, Jaden catches up with Beauregard and identifies him as the Duel Giant. However, Brier and Beauregard flee before Beauregard can accept Jaden's challenge. At midnight, Jaden and his friends wait for the Duel Giant, finding the Giant after he defeats the bully from the previous afternoon. Jaden challenges the Giant to a match. He quickly exposes Brier and Beauregard's trick, and convinces the two to battle him out in the open in exchange for not turning them in. Brier and Beauregard return the stolen cards and resolve to become stronger as individuals together.
   
 
===Season 3===
 
===Season 3===
Beauregard appeared in [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 122|episode 122]] as a [[Duel Ghoul]] trying to bust down the door to Ms. Fontaine's office.
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Beauregard is one of the Academy students that was turned into a [[Duel Ghoul]].
   
 
===Season 4===
 
===Season 4===
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==Decks==
 
==Decks==
 
===Anime===
 
===Anime===
{| style="float:right; margin-bottom:5px;" border="1" width="50%"
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When Beauregard and Brier Duel along side each other as the "Duel Giant", they use a '''[[Goblin]] Deck''', which includes high-[[ATK]] strength creatures such as "[[Giant Orc (anime)|Giant Orc]]" that can have its drawback removed by the [[Union monster|Union Monster]] "[[Second Goblin (anime)|Second Goblin]]".
! colspan="3" style="background: #00FF00; text-align: center;" | Record
 
|-
 
! Opponent(s)
 
! Episode(s)
 
! Outcome(s)
 
|-
 
| Various [[Obelisk Blue]] students || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016|16]] || Win (all; off-screen)
 
|-
 
| [[Obelisk Blue]] student || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016|16]] || Win
 
|-
 
| [[Obelisk Blue]] student || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016|16]] || Win (off-screen)
 
|-
 
| [[Jaden Yuki]] || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016|16]] || Lose
 
|}
 
 
When Beauregard and Brier duel along side each other as the "Duel Giant", they use a '''[[Goblin]] Deck''', which includes high-[[ATK]] strength creatures such as "[[Giant Orc]]" that can have its drawback removed by the [[Union Monsters|Union Monster]] "[[Second Goblin]]". This deck was likely chosen in that the Giant Orc and Second Goblin function much like Beauregard and Brier themselves.
 
 
{{clear}}
 
   
 
{{Decklist|Duel Giant's Deck
 
{{Decklist|Duel Giant's Deck
 
|normal monsters =
 
|normal monsters =
* [[Warrior Dai Grepher]]
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* [[Warrior Dai Grepher (anime)|Warrior Dai Grepher]]
 
|effect monsters =
 
|effect monsters =
* [[Big Shield Gardna]]
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* [[Big Shield Gardna (anime)|Big Shield Gardna]]
* [[Goblin King]]
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* [[Goblin King (anime)|Goblin King]]
* [[Giant Orc]]
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* [[Giant Orc (anime)|Giant Orc]]
* [[Half-Goblin]] x2
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* [[Half Goblin]] x2
* [[Second Goblin]]
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|union monsters =
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* [[Second Goblin (anime)|Second Goblin]]
 
|spells =
 
|spells =
* [[The Shallow Grave]]<ref group=Notes name=hand>This card can be seen in his [[hand]].</ref>
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* [[The Shallow Grave (anime)|The Shallow Grave]]<ref group=Notes name=hand>This card can be seen in his [[hand]].</ref>
 
}}
 
}}
   
====Ante Cards====
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====Ante cards====
When Beauregard and Brier duel along side each other as the "Duel Giant", they won a lot of cards from [[Obelisk Blue]] students in an [[Ante Duel]]. These are the cards that they won.
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When Beauregard and Brier Duel along side each other as the "Duel Giant", they won a lot of cards from [[Obelisk Blue]] students in an [[Ante Duel]]. These are the cards that they won.
   
{{Decklist|Ante Cards
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{{Decklist|Ante cards
 
|effect monsters =
 
|effect monsters =
 
* [[Air Fortress Ziggurat]]
 
* [[Air Fortress Ziggurat]]
* [[Breaker the Magical Warrior]]
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* [[Breaker the Magical Warrior (anime)|Breaker the Magical Warrior]]
* [[Fushioh Richie]]
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* [[Fushioh Richie (anime)|Fushioh Richie]]
* [[Mind on Air]]<ref group=Notes name=dub>In the dub, this card replaced "[[Perfect Machine King]]".</ref>
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* [[Perfect Machine King (later anime)|Perfect Machine King]]
* [[Perfect Machine King]]
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* [[The End of Anubis (anime)|The End of Anubis]]
* [[The End of Anubis]]
 
 
|spells =
 
|spells =
* [[Ties of the Brethren]]
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* [[Ties of the Brethren (anime)|Ties of the Brethren]]
 
|traps =
 
|traps =
* [[Divine Wrath]]
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* [[Divine Wrath (anime)|Divine Wrath]]
 
* [[Ground Erosion]]
 
* [[Ground Erosion]]
* [[Hallowed Life Barrier]]
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* [[Hallowed Life Barrier (anime)|Hallowed Life Barrier]]
* [[Judgment of Anubis]]
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* [[Judgment of Anubis (later anime)|Judgment of Anubis]]
* [[Null and Void]]
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* [[Muko]]
* [[Tragedy]]
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* [[Tragedy (anime)|Tragedy]]
 
}}
 
}}
   
===Spirit Caller===
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===Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy===
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21 Main Deck cards currently unknown.
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{{Decklist|Deck (1st Year)
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|total m = 16
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|normal monsters =
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* [[Battle Ox]] x2
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* [[D.D. Trainer|D. D. Trainer]] x2
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* [[Goblin Calligrapher]] x2
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|effect monsters =
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* [[Dancing Fairy]]
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* [[Giant Orc]] x3
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* [[Goblin Attack Force]] x2
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* [[Goblin Elite Attack Force]] x2
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* [[Mad Sword Beast]]
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* [[Man-Thro' Tro']]
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|total s = 14
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|spells =
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* [[Big Bang Shot]]
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* [[Banner of Courage]] x2
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* [[Fairy Meteor Crush]] x2
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* [[Gaia Power]]
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* [[Goblin's Secret Remedy]]
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* [[Goblin Thief]]
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* [[Graceful Charity]]
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* [[Heavy Storm]]
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* [[Pot of Greed]]
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* [[Premature Burial]]
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* [[Snatch Steal]]
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* [[Upstart Goblin]]
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|total t = 6
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|traps =
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* [[Call of the Haunted]]
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* [[Magic Jammer]]
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* [[Mirror Force]]
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* [[Torrential Tribute]]
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* [[Trap Hole]] x2
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}}
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===Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller===
 
====Beauregard====
 
====Beauregard====
 
{{Decklist|Rampaging Giant
 
{{Decklist|Rampaging Giant
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* [[Simultaneous Loss]]
 
* [[Simultaneous Loss]]
 
}}
 
}}
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{{Decklist|Big Impact
 
{{Decklist|Big Impact
 
|normal monsters =
 
|normal monsters =
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* [[Statue of the Wicked]] x2
 
* [[Statue of the Wicked]] x2
 
}}
 
}}
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==Duels==
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{| class="wikitable card-list"
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|-
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! scope="col" | Opponent(s)
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! scope="col" | Episode(s)
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! scope="col" | Outcome
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|-
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| Various [[Obelisk Blue]] students || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016|16]] || Win (off-screen)
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|-
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| [[Obelisk Blue]] student || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016|16]] || Win
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|-
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| [[Obelisk Blue]] student || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016|16]] || Win (off-screen)
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|-
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| [[Jaden Yuki]] || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016|16]] || Lose
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|}
   
 
==Notes ==
 
==Notes ==

Latest revision as of 01:34, May 25, 2019

Beauregard, known in the Japanese version as Ohara, is a heavyset Ra Yellow Duelist and aspiring game designer, as well as the muscle behind the Duel Giant incident.

PersonalityEdit

Despite his imposing size, Beauregard has a very gentle and unsure personality– much like Brier– which was the result of past bullying. This shared history and common struggle was ultimately why the two found a strong kinship with one another. He is a man of few words, mostly due to his timidity, but displays a fierce loyalty and devotion towards Brier. Beauregard's ultimate dream is to become a game designer, like Chumley, but his lack of skill when it comes to Dueling holds him back.

Yu-Gi-Oh! GXEdit

Season 1Edit

Having been being bullied for his size by Obelisk Blue students in the past, Beauregard teamed up with Brier to combat the pair's detractors. The two joined forces to create a combined persona called the "Duel Giant." Beauregard played the part of the Duelist while Brier fed him instructions and dialogue via a radio headset during Duels. The duo took revenge on several Obelisk Blue students using Beauregard's imposing size to terrorize the bullies into unauthorized Ante Duels, after which they stole the Obelisks' rare cards.

Eventually, word reached Dr. Crowler who then "hires" Jaden Yuki to defeat the "Duel Giant"– intending to expel him from the academy if he fails. After watching Brier lose to an Obelisk Blue bully, Jaden and Winged Kuriboh watch as Brier leaves the arena to meet with Beauregard. His massive size led Jaden to suspect him as the Duel Giant, but the two also noted his lack of any fighting spirit. After he and Brier are stopped and humiliated by a group of Obelisk Blues, Jaden catches up with Beauregard and identifies him as the Duel Giant. However, Brier and Beauregard flee before Beauregard can accept Jaden's challenge. At midnight, Jaden and his friends wait for the Duel Giant, finding the Giant after he defeats the bully from the previous afternoon. Jaden challenges the Giant to a match. He quickly exposes Brier and Beauregard's trick, and convinces the two to battle him out in the open in exchange for not turning them in. Brier and Beauregard return the stolen cards and resolve to become stronger as individuals together.

Season 3Edit

Beauregard is one of the Academy students that was turned into a Duel Ghoul.

Season 4Edit

Beauregard made a cameo in episode 179, watching Jaden's Graduation ceremony.

DecksEdit

AnimeEdit

When Beauregard and Brier Duel along side each other as the "Duel Giant", they use a Goblin Deck, which includes high-ATK strength creatures such as "Giant Orc" that can have its drawback removed by the Union Monster "Second Goblin".

Duel Giant's Deck

Ante cardsEdit

When Beauregard and Brier Duel along side each other as the "Duel Giant", they won a lot of cards from Obelisk Blue students in an Ante Duel. These are the cards that they won.

Ante cards

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel AcademyEdit

21 Main Deck cards currently unknown.

Deck (1st Year)

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit CallerEdit

BeauregardEdit

Rampaging Giant
Big Impact

Duelist in DisguiseEdit

Birth of the Dark Ruler

DuelsEdit

Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome
Various Obelisk Blue students 16 Win (off-screen)
Obelisk Blue student 16 Win
Obelisk Blue student 16 Win (off-screen)
Jaden Yuki 16 Lose

Notes Edit

  1. This card can be seen in his hand.
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