Kirk Dixon

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Kirk Dixon
Kirk Dixon
English name
  • Kirk Dixon
Japanese name
Japaneseカーク・ディクソン
RōmajiKāku Dikuson
Gender
  • Male
OccupationCard Professor
Manga DeckMachina
Manga debutYu-Gi-Oh! R Duel Round 6: "Marvelous Armed Division!!"
Appears in
MangaYu-Gi-Oh! R
Dixon, Kirk

Kirk Dixon (カーク・ディクソン, Kāku Dikuson) is the fourth Card Professor in Yu-Gi-Oh! R.

Design[edit]

Appearance[edit]

Dixon is an older man with white hair and small glasses. He wear military-style fatigues, leather boots, and a close-fitting cap. He carries a KaibaCorp Duel Disk on his left arm.

Personality[edit]

Dixon is a pragmatist, separating Yugi from his friends in order to weaken him and cruelly taunting Yugi about them in an attempt to cloud his judgment. Due to his confidence in his own strength, he reacts with utter disbelief at his loss.

Etymology[edit]

He is named after Dixon, a pre-release codename for the 333 MHz 1.6V Intel Pentium II chip.

Biography[edit]

Dixon was one of the thirteen Card Professor mercenaries hired by Yako Tenma for Project R.A..

Katsuya Jonouchi accidentally triggered a trap, which separated himself and Hiroto Honda from Dark Yugi, shortly before Dixon appeared. Dixon explained that for reasons beyond the understanding of the Card Professors, Yugi was stronger when his friends were around him, so the trap had been necessary to exclude such factors. He mocked Jonouchi and Honda for falling for the first trap and when Dark Yugi asked him where Jonouchi and Honda were, he said he didn't know but guessed they were where he thought they belonged, in the garbage room. Enraged, Dark Yugi accepted the Duel to make Dixon pay for his remarks.[1]

Dixon quickly brought out "Machine Soldier", "Machine Defender" and "Machine Blaster" and used "Commander Covington" to merge them into "Machine Force". However, Dark Yugi used "Spellbinding Illusion" to negate the effect of "Commander Covington", splitting "Machine Force" back into its three components and used "Dark Magician Girl" and "Diffusion Wave-Motion" to attack all of Dixon's monsters and drop his Life Points to 0.[1]

Shocked by his defeat, Dixon dropped a number of cards, including a card key, Dark Yugi needed to access the next part of the building. He then stumbled onto a trap which catapulted him into a trash receptacle. Jonouchi and Honda then spotted him on a lower floor as he fell through a chute and into a skip.[1] After Yugi defeated Yako, Dixon accompanied Klamath Osler as he returned the boys' bags, grudgingly saluting them.[2]

Deck[edit]

Kirk uses a "Machina" Deck. In the English manga, the word "Machina" is replaced with "Machine".

Image Information
"Caterpillar Tank" | "Powered Caterpillar" (「パワードキャタピラー」 Pawādo Kyatapirā)
Level
 7 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Types
 Normal
ATK
 2700
DEF
 2000
"Commander Covington" (「とくせんかんコヴィントン」 Tokusenkan Kovinton)
Level
 4 ★ ★ ★ ★
Types
 ??? / Effect
ATK
 1000
DEF
 600
"Machina Defender" | "Machiners Defender" (「マシンナーズ・ディフェンダー」 Mashin'nāzu Difendā)
Level
 4 ★ ★ ★ ★
Types
 Machine / Normal
ATK
 1200
DEF
 1800
"Machina Sniper" | "Machiners Sniper" (「マシンナーズ・スナイパー」 Mashin'nāzu Sunaipā)
Level
 4 ★ ★ ★ ★
Types
 Machine / Normal
ATK
 1800
DEF
 800
"Machina Soldier" | "Machiners Soldier" (「マシンナーズ・ソルジャー」 Mashin'nāzu Sorujā)
Level
 4 ★ ★ ★ ★
Types
 Machine / Normal
ATK
 1600
DEF
 1500
"Machina Force" | "Machiners Force" (「マシンナーズ・フォース」 Mashin'nāzu Fōsu)
Non-physical
Level
 ???
Types
 Normal
ATK
 4600
DEF
 4100
"Ties of the Brethren" (「どうほうきずな」 Dōhō no Kizuna)
Card type
 Spell Card
Property
 Normal
"Intruder Alarm - Yellow Alert" (「てきしゅうけいほう-イエローアラート-」 Tekishū Keihō - Ierō Arāto -)
Card type
 Trap Card
Property
 Normal

Duels[edit]

Event Outcome Chapter(s)
VSDark Yugi Project R.A. Lose 6

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Yu-Gi-Oh! R Duel Round 6: "Marvelous Armed Division!!"
  2. Yu-Gi-Oh! R Duel Round 44: "The End of the Battle"