Bit

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Bit
Bit
English name
  • Bit
Other namesBitBoot
Gender
  • Male
OrganizationUnknown Group
DeckD-Scale
Anime debutYu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 48: "Judgment Arrow"
Appears in
AnimeYu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS
Bit

Bit is a character appearing in the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS anime. He is partnered with Boot and works for Haru.

Design[edit]

Appearance[edit]

BitBoot.

Bit appears in New LINK VRAINS as a tall red-skinned humanoid wearing a red suit with a green lining over a grey undershirt, white collar, and aquamarine tie. His face is somewhat exposed; it is pink-skinned with a tall nose and a grim expression; his eyes are covered with diamond-shaped crimson glasses. The star-like symbol of his organization is emblazoned on his coat at his ribs and forearms and at his temples.

When fused with Boot into BitBoot, the left side of Bit's body is expressed in BitBoot, including Bit's Duel Disk. Their shared body's tie becomes black.

Personality[edit]

Bit is argumentative, squabbling with Boot after they lost to Soulburner over whose fault it was.

Abilities[edit]

Bit and Boot have the ability to fuse with one another into a single Avatar; "BitBoot". This fusion allows them to use reliably use different tactics given that they are one body with two brains, and also allows them to use their Skill "Marker's Portal" twice during a Speed Duel, as they are technically still two Duelists.

Biography[edit]

Deck[edit]

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 effects based on the movement of those Link Monsters around their Main Monster Zones. They use their Skill "Marker's Portal" to bring out the Link Spell Card "Judgment Arrows" to open up more zones for their "D-Scale" Link Monsters to move between more easily. When using "D-Scale Battle Coela" equipped with "D-Scale Torpedo", they refer to this strategy as "Voyage to Hell" (ごくへのこうかい, Jigoku e no Kōkai). They also use lockdown cards like "D-Scale Chaff" to temporarily limit their opponent's available strategies.

Deck

Duels[edit]

Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome
Takeru Homura/Soulburner 49 Lose (with Boot)