Ranran Nanahoshi

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Ranran Nanahoshi
Ranran Nanahoshi
Names
English
  • Ranran Nanahoshi
Japanese
Japaneseななほしランラン
Base七星ランラン
Furiganaななほしランラン
RōmajiNanahoshi Ranran
Personal
Gender
  • Female
  • Career
OrganizationMIK
  • Duelist
DeckShadow Flower
Appearances
Anime debutYu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! episode 01313: "Requiem of Fiction"
Appears in
AnimeYu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!!
Voice actors
Japanese
  • Yuna Kamakura[1]
Nanahoshi, Ranran

Ranran Nanahoshi (ななほしランラン Nanahoshi Ranran) is a character in the Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! anime. Serving as the head of the MIK headquarters, Ranran surveys the Alien Residential Area.

Design[edit]

Appearance[edit]

Full-body view of Ranran.
Lineart of Ranran depicting her from different angles.

Ranran closely resembles Rayne Nanahoshi from Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS. She is a young lady with indigo hair, wearing what appears to be a female version of the MIK uniform, consisting of a black-colored blazer that has a gold chain running through from the shoulder area to one of its buttons, and boots, with indigo-colored tights and gloves. She also dons black sunglasses and a hat as accessories to the uniform.

Personality[edit]

Ranran is ditzy and has a penchant for cute things. In professional situations, she conducts herself in an authoritative manner.

Biography[edit]

Some time after Yudias defeated Zuwijo, and Asaka Mutsuba retrieved the stolen Earthdamar, Ranran was seen with her fellow MIK members in the Alien Residential Area, having obtained a piece of the Earthdamar, discussing that Manabu should no longer be left unsupervised, before departing.

Deck[edit]

Ranran plays a Shadow Flower Deck. It employs a similar strategy of summoning multiple monsters with the same name from the Graveyard as that of Rayne's Deck.

Duels[edit]

Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome
Multiple MIK agents 19 Win (flashback)
Manabu Sogetsu 19 Lose

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. A second copy of this card was sent from the hand to the bottom of the Deck to activate the effect of "Shadow Flower Duplication" in episode 19.
  2. A second copy of this is sent from the Deck to the Graveyard by the effect of "Shadow Flower Sewing" in episode 19.
  3. This set card was destroyed in episode 19 before it could be activated.