227 is confident in his skills, claiming he has a 100% arrest rate and that he wouldn't let Yugo get past him.
This character code name 227 is a reference to 227 rules for fully ordained monks in Theravada Buddhism.
When Yugo trespassed in the City's Tops area and fled, 227 was sent after him.
Yugo won the first corner and took the first turn. The Duel was then broadcast from a helicopter to various places around the City, including the homes of the Tops, with Melissa Claire commentating. He and Yugo exchanged blows with their Synchro Monsters. 227 took each of Yugo's "Hi-Speedroid" monsters by Synchro Summoning "Goyo" Synchro Monsters on each of his turns, prompting Yugo to question the morality of that playing style.
Throughout the Duel, Jean-Michel Roger would translate the Duel into a chess game from his office. When 227 thought he was about to finish Yugo off, Roger warned him not to attack, but he didn't listen and allowed Yugo to win the Duel by using "Dice Roll Battle" to Summon his "Clear Wing Synchro Dragon", which defeated 227 and stopped his Duel Runner. After he was defeated, Roger said that he was done with 227. its shown that Duel Chaser 227 was fired from his employment after losing to Yugo He receives an invitation from Rodger to enter in the Friendship Cup, along with a Fusion monster.
Duel Chaser 227 uses a Deck centered on "Goyo" Synchro Monsters, to take control of the opponent's monsters after destroying them by battle, likely a homage to the Sector Security officer Tetsu Trudge who, is known for his use of "Goyo Guardian".
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 54: "City 'Scape"
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 55: "Tops Speed"
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