Raphael only appeared in the Filler Doma arc. However, this powerful duel made a big impression on the young audience. What makes him dangerous is that he believes in "Heart of the Cards" like a certain Yu-Gi-Oh! hero.
This Rare Hunter first appeared in the Battle City arc. Many onlookers got upset when he did not speak. Yami Marik usually communicates through them through mind control. His playing style revolves around summoning multiple slimes, all while increasing the attack of his Sliffer God card.
Rex the Raptor has never won a single duel in Yu-Gi-Oh! Chain. Regardless, he was skilled enough to show up in the Duelist Empire arc. His memorabilia deck is based entirely on dinosaurs.
Weevil is a cowardly duelist who likes to cheat his way to victory. He often relies on covert tactics to maintain profits. Weevils are best known for their insect deck, which perfectly exemplifies their personality.
Odion is the older adopted brother of Marik Ishtar, who is regularly controlled by his dark side. He even pretended to be Yami Marik during the Battle City arc to clear the doubts.
The use of the term "honorable dialectic" would be incorrect on several levels. Bandit Keith is a fast-paced American who loves to cheat. For example, he often hides useful cards in his metal wristbands.
Yami Marik is the Dark Alter ego of Marik Ishtar. This Yu-Gi-Oh! Villains entered the Battle City arc with Egyptian God cards, specifically the Winged Dragon of Ra. He could also control the mind with the Millennium Rod. The audience will remember his incessant nightmare faces and evil laughs.