Beauregard (Spirit Caller)

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Beauregard
Beauregard
English name
  • Beauregard
Japanese translatedOhara
Japanese name
Japanese大原
RōmajiŌhara
Gender
  • Male
SchoolDuel Academy
DormitoryRa Yellow
Anime DeckGoblin
Other Decks
Spirit Caller
  • Rampaging Giant
  • Big Impact
  • Birth of the Dark Ruler
Video game debutYu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller
Appears in
Nintendo DSYu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller
Beauregard (Spirit Caller)

Beauregard, known as Ohara in the Japanese version, is an opponent in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller. This is a videogame depiction of Beauregard, a character from the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime.

Appearances[edit]

Beauregard's role in Spirit Caller is similar to his role in the anime. He provides the physical appearance of the Duelist in Disguise, ambushing Obelisk Blue students and taking their rarest cards in the middle of the night as payback for their treatment of Beauregard and Brier. Doctor Crowler orders the player and Jaden Yuki to find him one night, which they do after he defeats Raizou Mototani.

Beauregard's appearance as the Duelist in Disguise.

The player locates the Duelist in Disguise around the Yellow Dorm, who challenges him to a Shadow Game. The player must win the Duel in order to proceed with the story. After being defeated, both Beauregard and Brier agree to return all the stolen cards and continue improving together.

Beauregard can be found around the Yellow Dorm, the Blue Boys Dorm, and the Beach.

Mail[edit]

  • Beauregard sends the player this message after registering him as a contact.

Subject: Th-Thanks

T-Thanks for duelist me. [sic] If you and Brier duel, I think it would be nice...

Beauregard
  • Beauregard sends the player this message after dueling him 30 times.

Subject: I-It's Fun

I-I-I want to duel more... I keep thinking about dueling all day... I-It's fun...

Beauregard

Decks[edit]

  • Beauregard uses this Deck at the beginning of the game.
  • Beauregard uses the following Deck for the rest of the game once the events involving the Shadow Riders begin.
  • Beauregard uses this Deck as the Duelist in Disguise.