Blue-Eyes White Dragon (character)
|Blue-Eyes White Dragon|
Burūaizu Howaito Doragon
The White Dragon
Yu-Gi-Oh! (Toei) episode 3: "Clash! The Strongest Monster"
Blue-Eyes White Dragon is a character version of the card, "Blue-Eyes White Dragon".
Blue-Eyes White Dragon was the monster ka spirit of Kisara, although it only emerged while she was in an unconscious state.
With Kisara captured, Aknadin heard of the Dragon's power and hoped to transfer the ka to his son Seto, unconcerned that this would mean killing its current host. The imprisoned Kisara was unaware of her ka and thus unable to summon it. Seto, disgusted at the idea of using her without regard to her life, attempted to save her. He failed, and both their lives fell into danger. However, Kisara lost consciousness, causing the White Dragon to emerge and ultimately resulting in their rescue.
Seto had come to care deeply for Kisara during this time. He defended her until her death at the hands of Aknadin, who proceeded to possess his son. Perhaps showing that she felt the same about him, Kisara's spirit entered Seto's mind and destroyed Aknadin, freeing the young priest. Afterwards, Seto extracted the White Dragon ka and used it to fight Zorc Necrophades.
Despite being always called "Blue-Eyes White Dragon", or even simply just the "White Dragon", Blue-Eyes always has a light blue body as well as blue eyes. Later card designs also clearly showed the dragon to be blue rather than white.
Seto Kaiba won Solomon Muto's "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" card. Then he destroyed it. Leaving only three Blue-Eyes White Dragons in the world for himself. He is very obsessed with it, he likes to decor everything he posses as Blue-Eyes (Kaiba Land, yacht, statues...). He is pretty mad when someone tries to control Blue-Eyes, saying that he is the only person worth and has power to control it. He even went that far when Téa asked him about his friends, he said he has his Blue-Eyes White Dragons.
In Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom, the 3 Blue-Eyes White Dragons are named Azrael, Ibris, and Djibril.