Emma Bessho

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Emma Bessho
Emma Bessho
  • Emma Bessho
  • Ghost Gal[1]
  • Ghost Girl (ゴーストガール Gōsuto Gāru)[2]
Other languages
(Fanciulla Fantasma)
  • Female
  • Duelist
Anime debutYu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 3: "Contact"
Appears in
AnimeYu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS
Voice actors
  • Megan MacPhee
  • Yuna Kamakura
Bessho, Emma

Emma Bessho (べっしょエマ, Bessho Ema) is a character appearing in the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS anime. When Dueling in LINK VRAINS, she is known as Ghost Gal (Ghost Girl (ゴーストガール, Gōsuto Gāru) in the Japanese version). She is a hacker for hire and a bounty hunter involved with the Zaizen family.



Full body view of Emma.
Emma as Ghost Gal.

Emma is a tall young woman with fair skin. She has long pink hair with lavender bangs and pink eyes. She also wears reddish-pink lipstick. She wears a black outfit with a dark pink t-shirt underneath with dark blue strip going across her body and a black belt at the waistline. She also wears a black choker and black and purple boots and sports black finger-less gloves on both of her hands.

As Ghost Gal, Emma's bangs, eyes, and part of her hair change from lavender and pink to gray. She wears a short-sleeved skintight black shirt lined with grey at the edges and down the center that extends into a mask that covers the lower half of her face, under a sleeveless blue and black one-piece outfit that ends in short shorts. Her belt is the same in form, and has a grey buckle with a golden "G" emblazoned on it, and her gloves are also the same. She also wears a pouch strapped to her right thigh, and mid-thigh-high black stockings with calf-length black boots with grey soles and straps. When she uses her Skill, Secret Cure, the blue parts of her outfit glow.

During the second season, Ghost Gal changes her outfit. Though similar in shape to her previous outfit, it diverges in the details, and she no longer wears a mask. She wears a small dark grey mantle over a blue, white, and black one-piece outfit that ends in short shorts and short sleeves. Her gloves are dark grey and extend further down her arms, with straps around the wrist and pink backs. Her boots, stockings, and pack are the same, but dark grey instead of black with black straps and soles instead of light grey ones.


Emma is shown to be a mercenary Duelist/hacker for hire. She is cunning, playful, devious and skilled as shown when she trapped Playmaker. She also appears to have an interest in Playmaker. Emma shows little concern over which side of a conflict she takes as long as she gets paid and is even willing to backstab people she's worked with before. She prefers showing her clients proof that she indeed has the data they want before giving them the full archives as a show of trust. Emma studies her opponents and surroundings carefully and makes close and precise assumptions to their moves. Thus, she uses this knowledge as she sees fit.

Emma does show some legitimate concern for Akira Zaizen though, informing him of her plans if she feels it will benefit him as well. This also extends towards his younger sister, Skye Zaizen, as well, showing a particularly soft spot for her, encouraging her to take action when needed. Her English voice actress, Megan Macphee, describes her as a "strong lady".


Emma is a very skilled hacker and has the ability to turn the entirety of LINK VRAINS into a trap.[4]

Ghost Gal's rope program.

Inside LINK VRAINS, as a treasure hunter, she has equipment which helps her. She has a built-in rope feature in her Duel Disk, allowing her to swing. She also has "fireflies" which scan the areas and tell Emma where to go. She also has a knife which allowed her to cut through a virtual barrier.[5] In addition, she has a rope she can deploy to grapel to points or people and a shielding program Yshe uses with Blue Angel to dissipate the wind.[6]


Emma is an English name which means whole or universal and shares same katakana as Japanese Name Ema. Bessho has no particular meaning on it own but is homophonous with the word "bessho" (別称) which means alias, pseudonym, pen name, or nom de plume.



While riding her motorcycle, Emma met up with Akira Zaizen, who requested her help in finding information about Playmaker, who had become a popular figure in the city. She agreed as she was also interested in him.[2] Ghost Gal went to LINK VRAINS, where she observed the Speed Duels between Playmaker and The Gore, and Blue Angel.[7][8]

Ghost Gal turns LINK VRAINS into a trap for Playmaker.

She was present in the hospital when Zaizen learned of his sister's condition. At some point, Emma was hired by SOL Technologies and reported to them about Skye being Blue Angel. She later met with Zaizen to discuss trapping Playmaker, where she revealed that she had divulged Zaizen's relationship to Blue Angel to SOL Technologies. Ghost Gal masqueraded as Blue Angel and successfully lured Playmaker to LINK VRAINS. He confronted her knowing that she was deceiving him, she then proceeded to trap him and witnessed Zaizen interrogate and torture Playmaker. She was surprised by the appearance of Varis and his ability to control Data Storms.[4] Per Zaizen's orders, Ghost Gal went after Varis and Playmaker with a camera to film their Duel. She was intrigued by how Playmaker performed three Link Summons to summon "Decode Talker", and was shocked at Varis's power to summon a Data Storm and "Topologic Bomber Dragon".[9] As Varis and Playmaker were drawn inside the Data Storm, Ghost Gal was unable to enter it, and her cameras stopped recording.[10]

Ghost Gal enters the Data Storm to watch Varis and Playmaker's Duel.

Ghost Gal admitted that she could log out of LINK VRAINS to create a program to enter the Data Storm, but she would not be able to return to the network. To her surprise, someone created a path for her to enter the Data Storm, and Ghost Gal realized that Playmaker had an ally they never knew about. The path allowed her to enter the eye of the Storm, and Ghost Gal watched Varis and Playmaker's Master Duel, with her cameras recording it. She learned about the Ignis, A.I. said to have free will like Playmaker's.[8] As she watched the Duel, Ghost Gal commented on the situation, and she learned that Playmaker desired revenge for something that had happened to him ten years previously. This intrigued her, hearing the connection with SOL Technologies. When Varis was defeated, Ghost Gal returned to Zaizen, and watched as Playmaker used the virus-removal program on Blue Angel. Blue Angel disappeared, and Ghost Gal reassured Akira that she had successfully logged out. Playmaker left before Zaizen could thank him, impressing Ghost Gal with his cool attitude. After logging out, Ghost Gal sent an anonymous tip to Zaizen's chauffeur, Nathaniel, to drive Zaizen to the hospital to be with his sister.[11] A few days later Emma ran into Café Nom and met Kolter, but neither recognized each other as either "Ghost Gal" or "Playmaker's assistant". After ordering a coffee and two chili dogs, she said she was interested in Dueling Playmaker, raising Yusaku's interest. Later she logged into LINK VRAINS and met with Frog and Pigeon regarding a interview they had asked "Ghost Gal" to do for them. She gave them the answers to their questions as well as all the information she had gathered about Playmaker for a very expensive price. The information she gave the two reporters would've allowed them to make a big scoop regarding everything Playmaker has done and vital information about the Ignis, but Yusaku and Kolter deleted the scoop while cleaning files involving Playmaker.[12]

Emma was doing research on Playmaker, recalling his ability to obtain monsters from the Data Storm and noted how that is a Skill ordinary people cannot use. She wondered if Playmaker could do this sort of thing because of his connection with the Data Storm, a connection she believed to be related to that incident ten years ago. She went to hack SOL Technologies' data bank, to find out more, by creating a backdoor program. However, a Data Storm protected the database. Suddenly, she gasped and immediately shut down her computer. Despite her failure, she swore not to give up, considering her interest in Playmaker's history. At the bridge, Akira spoke to Emma, who noted even if Akira was involved in saving LINK VRAINS, he was still demoted. Akira was not displeased, since his wish to cure Skye was fulfilled when Playmaker gave out the virus removal program. Emma stated Akira was replaced by his former boss Kitamura, whom Akira believed to be the one making the Duelist army that used AI, and would do anything to get results. Emma wished to know about Playmaker's incident ten years ago but since Akira knew nothing about it, she decided to make her search on her own, by hacking into SOL Technologies' data bank. Akira was shocked, but Emma claimed this was just to make connections with that company. Akira asked of her to give such data to him, but Emma stated she was not forced to do so, claiming he could pay her. Akira refused, and Emma grew disinterested of Akira. She left, claiming Playmaker could buy such data to know more about the ten-year-past incident. Back at her house, Emma remembered how someone created a path for her to enter the Data Storm during Varis and Playmaker's Duel. She analyzed that program, and sent the message to its writer.[13]

Emma logs in to LINK VRAINS.
Ghost Gal shows the program she places as a stake for the Duel.

Kolter and Yusaku read the message she left on a forum, in which she challenged Playmaker to a Duel, betting her access to the SOL Technologies' data bank and Playmaker's Ai. Yusaku accepted her challenge, and Kolter wrote the message to Emma. She quickly responded to the message by logging into the LINK VRAINS, as Ghost Gal. There, she quickly met up with Playmaker, and showed him her program she set as a stake for the Duel. Playmaker wondered why wouldn't she access the data bank, and was told Ghost Gal wanted his Ai, so she could sell it to the SOL Technologies. She admitted she grew more interested in Playmaker after his latest Duel, and wanted to battle him as a cyber treasure hunter. Despite Ai's warnings, Playmaker accepted her Duel, as the two rode off on the Data Wind. In her first turn, Emma summoned "Altergeist Marionetter" and Set two cards. Playmaker had his "Cyberse Wizard" attack, but was stopped by Ghost Gal's "Altergeist Kunquery". Despite his attack, Ghost Gal was intrigued how he dared to attack, despite her Set cards. Ghost Gal Summoned another "Altergeist Marionetter", Set another card, then Link Summoned "Altergeist Primebanshee". She swapped one of her "Altergeist Marionetters" for "Altergeist Meluseek". Ghost Gal ended her preparations, and aimed to defeat Playmaker before he could use his Skill. As Ghost Gal initiated the Battle Phase and claimed she would win in that turn, Ai laughed, as she would make 2400 LP damage. Both Playmaker and Ghost Gal scolded Ai for such thinking; Playmaker claimed no Duelist would make that simple math error, making Ghost Gal wonder why everyone was after "this dumb AI". Regardless, "Altergeist Meluseek" attacked directly and sent "Cyberse Wizard" to the GY, allowing "Altergeist Marionetter" to attack directly, and allowing "Altergeist Primebanshee" to do so as well. Ghost Gal smiled, feeling her dreams grow larger, and ordered Playmaker to brace himself for his defeat.[13]

Ghost Gal had "Altergeist Primebanshee" attack Playmaker directly. To prevent that, Playmaker Special Summoned "Lockout Gardna". Seeing that Ai was merely pretending to be sad, Ghost Gal knew they would have enough LP to use Storm Access, and opted not to attack. On Playmaker's turn, Ghost Gal swapped "Altergeist Meluseek" with "Altergeist Silquitous", by using the effect of "Altergeist Primebanshee", and also added an "Altergeist Kunquery" to her hand. Playmaker attempted to destroy her ace by Tributing "Backlinker", but was prevented by Ghost Gal's "Altergeist Protocol". Ghost Gal claimed she could anticipate their every move: Playmaker attempted to revive Backlinker with "Striping Partner", but was stopped by "Altergeist Silquitos". Using "Lockout Gardna", both effects were negated, though Ghost Gal had one final trap prepared. She noted how Playmaker was an interesting person, as she suspected. Playmaker Link Summoned "Underclock Taker" and tried to weaken "Altergeist Primebanshee". Ghost Gal countered that with "Altergeist Camouflage", and protected "Altegeist Primebanshee" from attacks, stating Playmaker had reached his limits.[14]

Playmaker saves Ghost Gal from the Data Storm.
"Excode Talker" attacks Ghost Gal directly.

Playmaker paid 1000 LP to activate the effect of "Balancer Lord", making him eligible to use Storm Access. Ghost Gal refused to let him activate the Skill and used Secret Cure to increase both of their LP. Playmaker Special Summoned "Scan Doll", and paid 1000 LP to use "Altergeist Protocol" on "Altergeist Silquitos". However, Ghost Gal believed he simply forgot about "Altergeist Kunquery" she still had in her hand. Playmaker used Storm Access, but Ghost Gal went with him into the Data Storm. However, she lost control of her Duel Board and was saved by Playmaker, which surprised her. Playmaker reminded her their Duel was not over yet and let her go back on the Duel Board. Outside the Data Storm, Ghost Gal thanked Playmaker, but stated that had nothing to do with the Duel. Playmaker brought out "Excode Talker", and prevented Ghost Gal from using two of her remaining Monster Zones, thus sealing "Altergeist Kunquery's" effect. Ghost Gal was in shock with her monsters being unable to attack and was defeated by "Excode Talker's" two direct attacks. At the end of Duel, Ghost Gal watched the moon. Ai stated that was just data, though Ghost Gal replied dumb AI-s couldn't understand this feeling. With her defeat, Ghost Gal gave the backdoor link to Playmaker. She bid him farewell and walked away. Frog and Pigeon were recording the Duel, but Ghost Gal deleted that info, wishing that Duel to be a secret.[14]

In LINK VRAINS, Ghost Gal told Akira how she gave the program to Playmaker. Akira was furious, wondering what was Ghost Gal thinking. As a digital butterfly flew near them, Ghost Gal defended herself, reminding Akira also wanted to know more about the data in the mother computer, but had no authority after his demotion. Ghost Gal claimed that Kitamura would be held responsible, and would make his attempt to stop Playmaker. Akira noted if Playmaker was the decoy, nobody would notice their activities, and he grew more interested in his company's activities. Akira wished everything would go as planned, and logged out. Ghost Gal, however, stated the digital butterfly was actually Blue Angel, and offered her a chance to restore her reputation. Later, Akira and Emma were watching Playmaker's infiltration in the system on the latter's computer. Seeing Kitamura sent two AIs to Duel Playmaker, Akira and Emma logged into LINK VRAINS, and went deeper to access the data bank.[15]

Ghost Gal obtained a data diamond.

Ghost Gal was glad Blue Angel came to the mother computer system, but Akira, shocked at this, thought Ghost Gal had some involvement. He went to save her, but Ghost Gal reminded him this was their only chance to find more about the incident, and pointed out Blue Angel was not a mere child. The two continued on, intending on reaching the data bank before Playmaker did. The two went through a light, where the data bank was located. They saw a pedestal with golden pillars, where the data about 10 years ago was located. Inside, Ghost Gal obtained a data diamond, and hid when Playmaker arrived. She asked Akira to hide as well, but he refused, even if she warned him he would spoil their plan.[16] When Playmaker questioned Ghost Gal and Akira about why they were in the data bank, she explained they, were after the data as well. Ai thought Ghost Gal lost on purpose to hand them the backdoor route, but Ghost Gal corrected it that she still had the opportunity to obtain Ai. Regardless, she was fine with either outcome, making Ai curse her for being so cunning, which Ghost Gal took as a compliment. Akira challenged Playmaker, as the only way to stop him. Ghost Gal anticipated this, and noted Akira's deck was very tough. Seeing "Tindangle Angel" and "Tindangle Hound", Ghost Gal compared them to Akira and Skye - if Akira, who protects his sister, was to fall, Skye was there to bring him back up - a bond that cannot be broken.[17]

Ghost Gal complimented Akira for summoning "Tindangle Acute Cerberus" during Playmaker's turn, as she continued watching the Duel.[18] She noted Akira's cards protected his monsters, and that he would either win with "Gergonne's End" or by inflicting damage on Playmaker. When Playmaker withstood by using "Cynet Backdoor", Ghost Gal thought Playmaker would have a direct attack on Akira. Akira prevented this with "Euler's Circuit", and Ghost Gal thought he could deal 4500 LP damage with "Gergonne's End" on his next turn, and believed Akira would win. Still, Playmaker's "Firewall Dragon" defeated "Tindangle Acute Cerberus", and lowered Akira's LP to zero. Ghost Gal was impressed by Playmaker, seeing nobody could calm his desire for revenge. With Playmaker logged out, Ghost Gal wished the Zaizens to be nice to each other, and logged out as well. Riding her motorcycle, she wondered who would buy the data she acquired.[19]

Tower of Hanoi[edit]

Ghost Gal was in LINK VRAINS, when an eclipse blocking the virtual sun happened. She suspected the Knights of Hanoi were behind this, and thought of this as a new threat.[20] At her hideout, Emma watched how Kitamura's army confronted the Knights of Hanoi.[21] Emma was at a local café watching the Gore Duel a Knight of Hanoi on the news, as well as hearing the news that Blue Angel had not appeared in LINK VRAINS for some time. She met Skye at Den City High School, telling her that she knew her identity as Blue Angel. At a nearby bridge, Emma asked if Skye was done with her online persona, and then tells her that if she couldn't take full responsibility for her actions and only wanted to do things to please herself, then it would be fine if she stopped being Blue Angel. After the discussion, Emma rode away on her motorcycle, asking herself why she did that.[22]

Akira met up with Emma, reporting with the Knights of Hanoi gone, peace returned to LINK VRAINS. Emma wondered if Akira came here just to tell that, who reported despite the victory, SOL Technologies have been looking for more employees. Akira reminded that Knights of Hanoi wouldn't retreat that easily, and Varis was still out loose. Emma felt something was going on, in this peaceful era. This motivated Emma to search through LINK VRAINS for a treasure, and promised to sell it to Akira. Akira asked for a discount, as Emma promised to think about it. Later, Ghost Gal appeared in LINK VRAINS for her treasure hunt. She emitted data fireflies to help her in this search. She found Playmaker and Ai, who traced her data fireflies. Ghost Gal admitted she had a tip from someone about something going on in LINK VRAINS, and finding Playmaker, noted the tip was true. Ghost Gal admitted the data fireflies lead her to treasure, and were reliable, too. Playmaker warned her the path ahead was dangerous, and advised her to log out. Ghost Gal thought Playmaker would steal her treasure, explaining the greater the danger, the greater the reward. The data fireflies opened a path, though which Ghost Gal entered, and Playmaker joined in, too. The two walked in a data sewer, through which many unimportant data flew to a reprocessing plant. Playmaker was surprised Ghost Gal knew of this, who explained she was a treasure hunter that visited many virtual worlds. Finding a fork in the path, Ghost Gal saw her data fireflies went to the path on the right.[5]

Ghost Gal encounters Varis himself.

Ai thought they could settle this with a game, which amused Ghost Gal, who credited the AI. Ai explained he had a name, and Ghost Gal thought his name was just a pun. Ghost Gal told the one that chose the "lovelier" card from her Deck could choose the path. Ai was confident in his skills, but had his doubts that Ghost Gal could cheat, who told there wasn't anything beneficial in that. Ghost Gal shuffled her Deck, and let Ai draw a card. Ai declared "Destiny Draw", only to choose "Fake Trap". Ghost Gal claimed the card was nothing her favorite, and didn't even choose to draw a card. She bid farewell to Ai and Playmaker, going to the path on the right. Ghost Gal continued, and saw the path led to the reprocessing plant, protected by a force field. Using a knife, Ghost Gal cut her way through, and found a big pulsing thing. She had her data fireflies gather information on the thing. She found out lots of energy poured into the thing. Using a rope, Ghost Gal went to a different position, only to find Varis, who was surprised by her arrival. Varis noted Ghost Gal was snooping again, who promised to leave. However, Varis raised the barrier, stating he can't let her leave this place. Ghost Gal used the rope to reach a different exit, but Varis barred the exits. Ghost Gal questioned Varis what would he do with her after she would be captured, suspecting she would be in trouble. Varis offered her a Duel to shape his Deck out, allowing her to leave if she would win. Ghost Gal attempted to leave, but Varis pointed out logging out was disabled. Being forced to Duel, Ghost Gal started off by summoning "Altergeist Marionetter" and setting "Altergeist Manifestation".[5]

Ghost Gal was surprised to find Varis in the reprocessing plant, but swore to defeat him to inform others about what was going on. Ghost Gal noted Varis did not bring an AI for his Duel Disk, as Varis stated trusting an AI is foolish. Ghost Gal remembered Varis spoke that Ignis would destroy the world, but Varis ignored her, considering her as a mercenary that would not understand that. Ghost Gal reminded herself of Varis's ace, and noted the longer the Duel lasted, the more she would be at a disadvantage. Varis quickly brought out "Topologic Bomber Dragon", as Ghost Gal sensed Varis wanted to quickly end the Duel. "Topologic Bomber Dragon" attacked Ghost Gal's "Altergeist Marionetter". To prevent this, Ghost Gal played "Altergeist Kunquery" to seal off its effects. Ghost Gal questioned Varis about the energy sphere, and Varis simply replied something unimaginable was bound to happen. Ghost Gal, using "Altergeist Silquitous", returned "Altergeist Protocol" to remove "Topologic Bomber Dragon" from the field, displeasing Varis. Ghost Gal made her offense by Link Summoning "Altergeist Primebanshee" and reviving the "Altergeist Kidolga" she used as a Link Material for the latter's Summon, by using "Altergeist Materialization". Ghost Gal's "Altergeist" monsters attacked Varis directly, dropping his LP to 400, and even took Varis's "Twin Triangle Dragon" to defeat him.[23]

Ghost Gal glows with a red light before disappearing.

Ghost Gal gloated in her victory, but Varis called her a fool. Playing a Trap Card, Varis negated the attack and destroyed all of Ghost Gal's Link Monsters. Ghost Gal realized Varis could've simply played his card earlier to avoid damage, and all of that was just so he could activate his Skill. Varis mocked her for not being able to predict that, while Ghost Gal returned her "Altergeist Marionetter" to her hand. To prevent Varis from using his Skill, Ghost Gal activated her, Skill, Secret Cure, to at least raise Varis's LP. Much to her displeasure, she drew the 0 ATK "Altergeist Kunquery". Varis continued mocking her, stating luck has abandoned her. Ghost Gal planned her strategy to deal with Varis's effects and attacks by using "Altergeist Protocol". Varis Set Ghost Gal's card with "Red Reboot", at the cost of halving his LP for using it from his hand. He also let Ghost Gal set a Trap Card from her Deck, but she was unable to use any Trap Cards during his turn. Ghost Gal still hoped in having the LP and field advantage, but Varis mocked her, claiming only darkness awaited her, from which she could not escape from. Varis used his own Skill, Storm Access, to obtain a new Link Monster, which emitted from the purplish sphere. Varis Link Summoned his new monster, "Topologic Trisbaena", and used it to defeat Ghost Gal, who screamed as she fell off her Duel Board. Playmaker swore to save her, but Ghost Gal claimed she was too pathetic for a professional. Instead, she gave Playmaker the data she acquired. Ghost Gal glowed with a red light, and started vanishing. She warned Playmaker about Varis and his new card before disappearing.[23]

After Playmaker defeated Varis, the Tower of Hanoi was destroyed. As such, everyone's data, including Emma's, were returned to their original owners, restoring their consciousnesses.[24]

Neo Link VRAINS[edit]

Ghost Gal and Blue Girl using shields to dissipate the wind.

Ghost Gal and Blue Girl successfully managed to enter the unknown world through the portal, where they were met by strong winds. After being nearly brought down, both of them land safely, only to find the emergency signal from the missing research team. As they reached the cave originating the signal, they found the unconscious researchers. Blue Girl suggested they could rescue them by using their emergency evacuation program, but that would require using both Emma's and Skye's, and the the former wasn't willing to do it. Blue Girl then explained how she couldn't leave them behind, since her previous defeats only showed how much of a child she still was, forcing others to always save her, and for that reason, she couldn't allow herself to leave others behind. With that reasoning, Ghost Gal accepted using her program as well, logging out both researchers. After leaving the cave, they managed to travel safely through the winds using a shield program, until it suddenly stopped blowing as Playmaker and Soulburner reached them.

Upon making contact with the two, Blue Girl presented herself Blue Angel. Soulburner was happy to meet another savior of the old Link VRAINS, but Blue Girl stated they were actually seeking to retrieve the Ignis. While both Playmaker and Ghost Gal were willing to solve the situation without Dueling, Soulburner accepted Blue Girl's challenge.[6] Emma opted for not following Playmaker, and instead watched her partner's Duel. She was visibly satisfied with Blue Girl's performance, as she was able to predict and prevent all of Soulburner's initial moves. However, he was able to turn the Duel around and Fusion Summoned "Salamangreat Violet Chimera", winning the Duel in a single attack. Ghost Gal was surprised to see Blue Girl lose all of sudden, especially considering the position she was in. After Soulburner forcibly logged out Blue Girl, Emma approached him, but decided not to challenge him after seeing the poor condition in which he was due to the previous battle. Flame then offered her a copy of Blue Girl's evacuation program, which she accepted, recognizing she wouldn't be able to go any further without her partner.[25]


Emma (as Ghost Gal) and "Altergeist Primebanshee".

Emma uses an "Altergeist" Deck. She swarms her field with monsters in order to set up various combos with Trap Cards. She tends to use the effect of "Altergeist Marionetter" to set Traps directly to her field from her Deck, but will also use hand traps unexpectedly, such as the effect of "Altergeist Kunquery", even when she has multiple Set cards on the field. Furthermore, she uses the effect of "Altergeist Primebanshee" to swap out her monsters for ones in her Deck, giving her various advantages over her opponents, depending on the moves that they make. As noted by Ai, this gives her a very solid wall of defense. During the second season, she includes Tuner and Synchro Monsters in her Deck.

When playing with Ai, Emma is shown to have another Deck that she keeps in a separate pocket that contains a copy of "Fake Trap".



Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Yusaku Fujiki/Playmaker 14-15 Lose
Varis 30-31 Lose
Naoki Shima/Brave Max 60 Win
Kengo Dojun/Blood Shepherd 77 Lose


  1. Megan Macphee
  2. 2.0 2.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 3: "Contact"
  3. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 77: "Siblings in Conflict"
  4. 4.0 4.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 8: "A Storm is Coming"
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 30: "Under VRAINS"
  6. 6.0 6.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 55: "To the Unknown World"
  7. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 7: "Fallen Angel"
  8. 8.0 8.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 11: "Neutralized"
  9. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 9: "Malicious Mayhem"
  10. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 10: "Eye of the Storm"
  11. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 12: "Link the Circuit"
  12. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 13: "Playback"
  13. 13.0 13.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 14: "An Invitation"
  14. 14.0 14.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 15: "Camouflaged Chaos"
  15. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 16: "Hack Attack"
  16. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 17: "Blue's Back"
  17. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 18: "Dueling for Answers"
  18. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 19: "The Lost Incident"
  19. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 20: "A Piece of the Puzzle"
  20. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 22: "The Deleted"
  21. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 24: "To Gore Or Not To Gore"
  22. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 25: "Suture the Circuit"
  23. 23.0 23.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 31: "Showdown in the Sewers"
  24. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 46: "Link to the Future"
  25. Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 56: "Blue Girl's First Battle!"


  1. A second copy is added to her hand via the effect of "Altergeist Meluseek" in episode 15.
  2. A second copy is added to her hand via her Secret Cure Skill in episode 15.
  3. A second copy can be seen when she searches Deck via the effect of "Altergeist Marionetter" in episode 14.
  4. 4.0 4.1 This card can be seen when she searches her Deck via the effect of Varis's "Red Reboot" in episode 31.
  5. A second copy of this card is excavated via her Secret Cure Skill in episode 15.
  6. This card can be seen when she searches her Deck via the effect of "Altergeist Marionetter" in episode 14.