Ranze Nanahoshi

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Ranze Nanahoshi
Ranze Nanahoshi
Names
English
  • Ranze Nanahoshi
Japanese
Japaneseななほし らん
Base七星 蘭世
Furiganaななほし らんぜ
RōmajiNanahoshi Ranze
Personal
Gender
  • Female
Relatives
Rinnosuke Nanahoshi (twin brother)[1]
  • Career
  • Education
OrganizationStudent Council (former vice-president)
School
  • Duelist
DeckFlower Fang
Appearances
Anime debutYu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 001: "Let's Go! Rush Duel!"
Appears in
AnimeYu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS
Voice actors
Japanese
  • Yuna Kamakura[2]
Nanahoshi, Ranze

Ranze Nanahoshi (ななほし らん Nanahoshi Ranze)[3] is a character in the Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS anime. She is a student at Goha 7th Elementary, and the vice-president of the Student Council. She and her twin Rinnosuke assist Gakuto Sogetsu in enforcing the rules at the school.

Design[edit]

Appearance[edit]

Full-body view of Ranze.

Ranze is a bespectacled fair-skinned girl with hazel eyes and blonde hair in a severe hairstyle. She dresses smartly in a grey waistcoat and green sleeveless, neck-less top resembling a corset over a white shirt, red tie, and grey miniskirt, with knee-length blue socks and brown slip-on shoes. Ranze wears rectangular spectacles with a blue half-frame.

When Gakuto Duels using Sogetsu Style (and later when aiding Romin in cooking), Ranze dons Kuroko stagehand clothing; a charcoal veil with a black band, a grey top and pants, black tunic and shoes, and a blue sash.[4][5]

After being transferred to Goha 6th Elementary, Ranze wears their uniform; a largely blue tracksuit with a white trim and the character for "6" emblazoned on the back in red. While laboring at the Abandoned Dorm, she also wears a white hard-hat and gloves, a white scarf hung limply around her neck, and black boots.

Personality[edit]

Ranze is very devoted to Gakuto and her duties, to the point of acting in the manner she views as the best course of action, regardless of Gakuto's wishes. She attempts to convince Gakuto to abandon his interest in Rush Dueling and return to his duties, showing satisfaction at the notion that Gakuto would not being dealing with Yuga and his friends again.[4] Ranze is somewhat snarkier than her twin, being more outwardly critical of Romin's cooking while she was aiding her.[5] Ranze also shows herself to be honorable, volunteering to help Yuga in his challenge against Nail Saionji given that the matter affected all of them and she also expresses sadness over Mimi and Yoshio Dueling one another.

Although Ranze initially believes Yuga to be little more than a bad influence on Gakuto, her repeated attempts to police him for breaking school rules led to her developing a crush on him and observing him covertly at school. Although she denies this, she is roused into action against Galient Tazaki after he implies that Yuga and Gakuto might be in danger. Deep down, Ranze is a hopeless romantic, and will overdramatize certain actions or statements directed at her (whether intentionally or not), and some common courtesy as akin to romantic feelings for her, which will in turn fuel extensive delusions about what her supposed suitors truly think of her. While under the effect of these self-made fantasies her eyes and glasses glow pink under what she calls the "Ranze Eyes", reimagining the targets of her affections into more exaggerated beautiful versions of themselves. She has so easily fallen in love, that she has written one observation diary for every romantic interest for the grand total of seventy-three at present. It is later revealed that Ranze is prone to subjecting any situation to this, not just romantic ones; she mistakenly believes that she is holding Gakuto back and leaves his service as a result, and sees her adventures and friendship with Gakuto, Romin, Luke and Yuga as far more dramatic than they have actually been.

Biography[edit]

Birth of Rush Duels[edit]

Ranze and Rinnosuke accompanied Gakuto as he interrogated and lectured Yuga Ohdo for his numerous penalties and attempts to install new Dueling rules into his Duel Disk. Class interrupted Gakuto before he could finish, so he told Yuga to meet them after school. However, Yuga did not show up, though Gakuto spotted him leaving with Luke and left to look for him without Ranze and Rinnosuke.[6]

Ranze and Rinnosuke joined Gakuto to watch Yuga and Luke's Rush Duel during recess the next day. After Luke used his power to deactivate everyone's phones, Ranze and Rinnosuke provided Gakuto with textbooks to assist him in explaining the Pauli effect to everyone present. Ranze also looked up the Rush Duel on the internet after Yuga revealed he'd livestreamed the Duel.[7]

After Yuga dragged Gakuto out of the office one day, Ranze and Rinnosuke held an intervention for Gakuto, convincing him to focus on his duties rather than Rush Dueling. Yuga instead suggested that he and Gakuto Rush Duel to settle the matter; Rush Dueling would be prohibited if Gakuto won, but allowed if Yuga won and Gakuto would have to step down as Student Council President.Ranze was shocked by the wager, but Gakuto had to focus on his duties for most of the day, with Ranze and Rinnosuke supporting him. Despite this, Gakuto still honored his promise to Duel Yuga and Ranze and Rinnosuke assisted Gakuto for his Sogetsu Style Dueling; Ranze drew Gakuto's cards and held his hand. Ranze was worried by Gakuto's hesitance to Tribute Summon his ace monster, "Fiendish Commander Yameruler" and attempted to make his move for him, but Gakuto stopped her. Yuga encouraged Gakuto to enjoy the Duel, and Gakuto took his cards from Ranze and Dueled on his own; Ranze and Rinnosuke explaining his card effects for him. Yuga was able to defeat Gakuto despite Gakuto Summoning "Yameruler". As he had promised, Gakuto stepped down as Student Council President, but to Ranze's joy, won the emergency election and returned to his duties.[4]

Ranze and Rinnosuke went to the RoaRomin concert in Seven Hells Hall and leapt onto the stage to play Gakuto's cards when he Dueled Romin Kirishima, though Gakuto reminded them he was using Neo Sogetsu Style now. Ranze and Rinnosuke instead cheered for Gakuto from the sidelines, but he was defeated after Romin entered a state of frenzied hunger due to the catering provided by Menzaburo Oomori, Nick Yagi and Sushiko Maki.[8] After the Duel, Menzaburo, Nick and Sushiko apologized to Gakuto for their role in his loss and Romin tried to convince Yuga not to Duel Roa Kirishima, though still accepted Roa's challenge. As Roa Dueled, Ranze was concerned over the identity of his Set cards. During the Duel it was revealed that Yuga's ace monster "Sevens Road Magician" had been given to him by a Duelist who was disqualified from the 666th Goha Dueling Tournament, and Roa suggested the Duelist had been disqualified because "Sevens Road Magician" was an illegal card. Although Ranze initially doubted Yuga, Luke convinced him that he wouldn't cheat and Gakuto agreed that someone who didn't respect rules wouldn't want to make new ones, much to Ranze's joy. Luke rallied them to search for information on "Sevens Road Magician", and Rinnosuke suggested asking the students of Goha 7th Elementary. Ranze and Rinnosuke rung Riku Endo and Katsu Kobayakawa among other students, but were unable to find any information on "Sevens Road Magician".[9] Yuga drew "Sevens Road Magician", which would result in his disqualification, but then a Relic emerged from the ground and projected Otes, the Duelist who had given Yuga "Sevens Road Magician". The Newspaper Club then arrived with footage proving Otes had been disqualified for being a Goha employee and "Sevens Road Magician" was confirmed to be legal. Yuga and Roa continued their Duel with the title of King of Duels on the line. To Ranze's shock, Roa was able to reduce Yuga to 500 LP, though Yuga was able to comeback and defeat Roa. After the Duel, the Relic sank back into the ground.[10]

Maximum[edit]

Gakuto asked for Ranze and Rinnosuke's assistance in helping Romin cook curry rice for Luke. Ranze and Rinnosuke assembled the necessary ingredients for Romin, though Romin's inexperience at cooking led to a dust explosion. As Ranze praised Gakuto's explanation of the phenomenon while combing his hair back to normal, Romin apologized for her inexpertise, though Ranze felt that wasn't Romin's only issue. Gakuto had the twins micromanage Romin cooking the rice and they managed to successfully cook that, but they were required to step in again to help with the curry, especially after Romin accidentally put gunpowder in the curry, covering the twins. As Romin cooked the curry, Ranze was relieved they had finally arrived at this point, though Gakuto claimed this was the most tense time, given the mistakes Romin had made. Romin eventually produced a blue curry, and Ranze suggested she try it first to spare them the taste, though Romin proclaimed it delicious and served the Student Council portions each. Before the apprehensive Student Council could try the curry, Yuga and Luke arrived and Luke smelled the curry and devoured Gakuto's portion, also calling it delicious and declaring himself moved by the curry. Ranze finally tried the curry herself, admitting she was shocked it tasted good. After Luke dubbed it "Dragias Curry" due to the color, Romin added more spices to the curry to simulate the second attack of "Dragias the Striking Dragon", but instead she filled the entire apartment with blue curry.[5]

Some time later, Ranze received a penalty on her Duel Disk.[11] She and Rinnosuke went to the Road Laboratory, where Yuga explained that they and all his other friends had been penalized due to his challenge by Goha Duel Overseer Nail Saionji to retrieve the data of Kaizo, and if anyone in Yuga's group of friends lost a Duel, they would all be penalized and their accounts deleted if they received six penalties. The penalty had occurred when Mimi Atachi was defeated by her son Yoshio, as Mimi had inadvertently become considered one of Yuga's friends. Despite the circumstances, everyone present agreed to help Yuga at Ranze's encouraging, given that all of their accounts were on the line, but then Yuga, Luke and Gakuto were dropped into a pit leading to the Garden of Providence, with Romin and Menzaburo Oomori also falling in.[12]

After Ranze received a second penalty on her Duel Disk, Gakuto requested Ranze and Rinnosuke's aid in finding information on Maximum Summoning, which Nail had used to defeat Yuga, but they were all unable to find anything; Ranze pointing out that if the Summoning method was as new as Gakuto claimed there was likely very little information on it. To Ranze's surprise, Gakuto suddenly had an epiphany and rushed off, leaving Ranze and Rinnosuke at Goha 7th Elementary. Shortly afterwards, Ranze received three more penalties on her Duel Disk.[13] After Yuga defeated Nail, Ranze's penalties were erased.[14]

Goha 6th Elementary[edit]

Through her attempts to police Yuga, Ranze developed a crush on him and began observing him covertly. Ranze and Rinnosuke were assigned to cover Student Council work for Gakuto while he attended the Rush Duel Training Camp, and to join him once it was complete on the third day. As they ran to the Training Camp they discussed how Gakuto had left them to do the work and Yuga's influence on Gakuto, and Ranze launched into overly-detailed notations of Yuga's flaws, inadvertently revealing her crush on Yuga to her twin. As Ranze denied her crush on Yuga, Rinnosuke heard the Heavy Cavalry Duel Club working nearby, and he explained who they were to Ranze, though Ranze thought he was talking about her and Yuga. In her attempts to shake off her feelings, Ranze accidentally fell into the pit as the Heavy Cavalry students mentioned they had dealt with other Goha 7th Elementary students. One of the students, Galient Tazaki, refused to let them past unless they Dueled him, but they would have to join the Heavy Cavalry Duel Club if they lost. Ranze refused, prompting Galient to accuse them of cowardice, and Ranze accepted his challenge after Galient refused to say what he'd done with Yuga and the others, Rinnosuke holding her cards for her as she Dueled with Sogetsu style. Ranze started with her usual cautious strategy, but Galient's "Drilling Mandrill" proved to be the perfect counter to it and Ranze only barely survived the turn by changing Galient's monsters to Defense Position. Ranze was able to Summon two copies of "Flower Fang Kunoichi Etranzer", though Galient believed she would be unable to damage his LP that turn. Ranze proved him wrong by using "Greater Piercing!!" to allow her "Etranzer" to inflict piercing battle damage, though she was unable to defeat Galient that turn. Galient was able to revive "Drilling Mandrill" on his next turn and flip "Etranzer" face-down, defeating Ranze with the effect of "Mandrill", and he welcomed the twins to the Heavy Cavalry Club.[15]

Ranze and Rinnosuke were forced to transfer to Goha 6th Elementary and were claimed to be on vacation at the hot springs with their family.[16][17] They accompanied the Heavy Cavalry Duel Club to the old Goha 6th Elementary campus to expose the Dark Rush Duel Tournament, but they were not allowed to contact Gakuto and the other 7th Elementary students who had been caught as well until Asana Mutsuba defeated Yuga with a Maximum Summon, and they tearfully ran over to reunite with Gakuto, explaining how they had also been forced to transfer to Goha 6th Elementary.[17]

The harsh morning ritual at the beginning of the school day at Goha 6th proved to be not to Gakuto's tastes, and he complained that it would impair his Student Council duties, only to be reminded by Galient that he was no longer a Student Council President and sending him into a spasm that Ranze dubbed "Presidency Withdrawal Syndrome". Ranze snapped Gakuto out of his daze by hitting him with "Fiendish Commander Yameruler", though in her desperation she forgot to use honorifics when she did, though Gakuto still thanked her regardless for reminding him he was still the heir to Sogetsu Style. Yuga asked Ranze and Rinnosuke about what Galient had been looking for when they found him, and at the end of the school day decided to challenge them to a Rush Duel. Gakuto challenged Galient to avenge Ranze's loss, managing to gain an early lead with "Yameruler", but Galient changed it face-down to dispel its effect, worrying Ranze that Galient was preparing to revive "Drilling Mandrill" as he had against her. Instead, Galient revived "Shield Boring Kong", destroying "Yameruler" and gaining ATK as Galient attacked Gakuto's "Mountain Hermit Yur" instead, sending Gakuto into another seizure. Fortunately Gakuto was able to change "Shield Boring Kong" to Defense Position, and Ranze was overjoyed that Gakuto had blocked the same attack that defeated her, praising this as his true form. Gakuto defeated Galient on his next turn, destroying Galient's Heavy Cavalry GG03, and Galient left Goha 6th Elementary as a result, telling Ranze that she had a very strong master. However, Asana prevented them from leaving and sent them to the Abandoned Dorm due to Yuga and Kaizo distributing Roads across the campus that she viewed as stomping on their traditions, though Yuga explained that he'd wanted to be sent there to uncover the secrets of the Heavy Cavalry Duel Club in the mine at the dorm.[18]

As they worked at the mine, Galient joined them in their labors, having decided to start from the basics, though his carressing of his shovel caused Ranze to wonder if he was in shock from losing GG03. As they broke for lunch, Yuga explained to them that the high security only applied to them, but not to Sebastian and Kaizo, who he had sent to find Nail to ask where Asana had received her Maximum Monsters while disguising Roads as them, though they had to stop the oblivious Luke from trying to get a massage from Sebastian. Later that day an alarm went off, causing the group to realize that Kaizo and Sebastian had escaped successfully, and Ranze and her friends seized their chance to escape into the mine, using their Duel Disk lights to see in the darkness.[19] As they moved through the mine, Yuga revealed that he was using Kaizo's spare parts to trace their steps, though it was to no avail as Luke had been thoughtlessly picking them up to make a monster. They soon began to tire, though fortunately Hunt arrived with Kaizo, having been sent by Nail to help them find a cache of prototype Duel Disks buried in the outskirts of Goha City that Nail theorized could explain Asana's Maximum. Hunt began sniffing around, and his sneeze opened an underground hallway.[20]

As they headed down the hallway, Ranze slipped in a puddle, though Yuga was able to catch her, intensifying her crush on him. The hallway led them to the Heavy Cavalry Colosseum, where Chevelle, Trapigeon and an exhausted Galient were waiting for them. Galient challenged them to a Duel to prevent them from passing with his place at Goha 6th Elementary on the line, but he passed out and Ranze ran to catch him. Misinterpreting his delusions of her as Asana as a declaration of love, she challenged Yuga and her friends in Galient's place. Rinnosuke asked to be allowed to Duel Ranze to prevent her from embarrassing herself, and Gakuto arranged for Luke to serve as his Sogetsu style attendant. Ranze gained an early lead with the effects of her "Flower Fang Festival Jasmines" by switching Rinnosuke's Set monsters to Attack Position and assembling three of her "Etranzer", believing that her twin couldn't understand her feelings for Yuga and Galient. Insisting that she was deluded, Rinnosuke exploited Ranze's field to retrieve the monsters he needed to Summon and activate the effect of "Flower Fang Shinobi Gatring", destroying Ranze's "Etranzers" and depleting most of her LP, trying to make her realize that Yuga and Galient wouldn't fight over her and that she was just deluded by fantasy. Denying her brother's claims, Ranze Tribute Summoned "True Flower Fang Kunoichi Garrand" and revived two "Etranzer", but Rinnosuke manipulated his "Gatring" using his Trap Cards to end the Duel in a DRAW, finally causing Ranze to realize that she was falling for boys without any consideration of their feelings. After the Duel, Rinnosuke reassured Ranze that they were in their struggles together and she apologized to him, but then Rinnosuke began crushing on Romin after she praised his kindness.[3] As there had been no victor, Chevelle insisted on another Duel, and Luke accepted his challenge as he felt responsible for falling for Asana's trap, though Trapigeon ended up Dueling Luke instead of Chevelle, his Trap Cards quickly putting pressure on Luke. Fortunately Chevelle and Trapigeon began arguing after Chevelle made a move on his own and Luke was eventually able to snap out of his funk and Tribute Summon "Miragias the Fantastriking Dragon" and defeat Trapigeon as a result of Chevelle's error, allowing the group to continue on.[21]

Ranze and her friends finally reached the mine, where Hunt quickly uncovered a prototype Duel Disk. As Yuga and Hunt dug up enough prototype Duel Disks for Yuga to extract three Duel ID cards and add them to his Deck, Ranze and Rinnosuke asked if it wasn't strange that Maximum Monsters could be found in the Duel Disks, and Gakuto and Yuga explained to them how Maximum Monsters had been created originally, theorizing that Asana had likely created her own Maximum with Duel ID cards from the mine. Asana and the Heavy Cavalry Duel Club then arrived and she confirmed Yuga's theory, informing them that most of the Duel ID cards in the Duel Disks couldn't be used due to their age. Asana challenged Yuga to another Duel, agreeing to allow the students of Goha 6th Elementary to Rush Duel freely if she lost as she had when they last Dueled, but with the condition that Rush Dueling would be banned at all elementary schools in Goha City if she won. Yuga was barely able to fend off "Wurm Ex-Cavator", and Asana revealed that she knew Yuga was planning on using "Yggdrago the Heavenly Emperor Dragon Tree" against her and urged him to Summon it, though Yuga confirmed that he'd added the three Duel ID cards to his Deck and was gambling on being able to recreate "Super Magitek Deity Magnum Over Road". To Ranze's joy, Yuga succeeded in drawing and Maximum Summoning "Magnum Over Road", and Ranze celebrated the ATK it was able to gain when Yuga powered it up and attacked "Wurm Ex-Cavator". However, Asana was able to make the ATK of their Maximum Monsters equal, and as they destroyed one another Asana and Yuga's Maximum cards began to disintegrate; Gakuto ruling that whoever's Maximum was destroyed first would take the ATK of the other.[22] Eventually the two Maximums disintegrated at the same time, allowing the Duel to continue, but as Asana pushed Yuga into a corner, her Heavy Cvaalry R6 began to break down due to its parts no longer being in production; Asana had made a deal with the Goha Corporation to have the parts remanufactured if she was able to crush Rush Dueling. Yuga was able to survive and bring out "Steeltek Deity Mirror Innovator", defeating Asana and destroying R6 despite the efforts of the Heavy Cavalry Duel Club. After the Duel, Yuga uncovered a room containing R0, a mobile Duel Device created by Mutsuba Heavy Machinery that had been modified by its creators, convincing Asana to accept Rush Duels and the idea of modification.[23]

Team Battle Royal[edit]

As a result of Asana's defeat, Ranze and her friends were allowed to return to Goha 7th Elementary. As Rinnosuke and Gakuto expressed shock over finding the Student Council had become disheveled while they were away, Ranze began to wonder if she was holding Gakuto back and preventing him from using Sogetsu Style and had to be reminded to help clean up by Rinnosuke.[24] Ranze eventually confided to Rinnosuke that she intended to leave the Student Council and the Sogetsu Style to allow Gakuto to flourish, and she informed Gakuo, LUke and Yuga of her decision one morning, much to their shock. At lunch that day, Gakuto tried to learn Ranze's reasons for quitting the Student Council, but Ranze refused to tell him, so he challenged Rush Duel over the situation, stating that she would have to defeat him to graduate. After Gakuto left the room, Rinnosuke asked Ranze if she was really okay with the decision, and Ranze claimed it was for the best, throwing her kuroko uniform in the rubbish. Ranze was deliberately late to the dojo to annoy Gakuto during the Rush Duel, which Rinnosuke, Yuga and Romin attended. She brought out "Flower Fang Kunoichi Etranzer" on her first turn and mocked Gakuto over his use of "Rulers", easily countering "Fiendish Commander Yameruler" when Gakuto summoned it. Believing in her delusions that her dramatic tale with her friends would come to an end, Ranze changed "Yameruler" into an EARTH monster so she could reduce its ATK to zero with "Flower Fang Orchid Lion Gajuumaru" and multiplied her "Etranzer", but Gakuto was able to survive her attacks. To her shock, Gakuto brought out a new ace monster after she countered "Fiendish Commander Semeruler"; "Demonic Hermit Vessel Icezark", which was not a "Ruler" and allowed him to revive "Semeruler". Seeing Gakuto's distinguished moves, Ranze realized that she wasn't holding him back after all and wished for him to shine even brighter. As Gakuto launched his final attacks, Rinnosuke returned Ranze's kuroko uniform to her and she donned her veil. She praised Gakuto for his victory, but lamented that she had still left his service even though she hadn't been in her right mind at the time and she departed, bidding him farewell.[25]

Though she had left Gakuto's service, Ranze still desired to serve a master, and she went to Haven and offered her services to Nail, though he noted this wasn't within his providence.[25] Rumors of black-market Maximum Monsters reached Nail's ears, so he had Ranze investigate them before the Goha Rush Duel Team Battle Royal. Ranze disguised herself as a boy using a rubber suit and wandered the streets of Goha City, expressing a desire to have a Maximum while passing by footage depicting Yuga and Nail's second Rush Duel, and she was eventually approached by Kan Hakubutsu and brought to Kaseki Hotta and Hunt, who sold her a single Maximum Monster; "Hyper Engine Vast Vulcan [L]", which she gave to Nail, who later gave it to Yuga. Ranze herself kept tabs on Hunt, Kan and Kaseki, who rose to third in the tournament due to their Maximum and challenged Yuga to a Duel under the belief that he didn't have one. After Hunt nearly defeated Yuga with "Great Imperial Dinocarriage Dynarmix", Ranze revealed herself and that the Dueling and Dinosaur Research Club had been responsible for distributing Maximum Monsters one piece at a time to prevent other people from obtaining a full set, though thanks in part to the card Ranze had purchased, Yuga had acquired a new Maximum, "Hyper Engine Vast Vulcan", and defeated Hunt. After the Duel, Ranze talked with Rinnosuke and Gakuto, who asked Nail to take care of her, though neither Nail or Sebastian wanted her around.[26]

Ranze continued to shadow Nail, Yuga and Roa, and when they confronted the Tahayasty Restaurant Owner over having the legend of the King of Duels in the Tahayasty Restaurant she emerged from the ceiling and declared the shopkeeper to be Otes due to his laughter instead of answering them. Yuga hastily corrected her, pointing out that the shopkeeper was simply laughing at a comedy routine on his phone, and a sheepish Ranze retreated into the ceiling again.[27]

Ranze attended to Nail during the finals of the Goha Rush Duel Team Battle Royal while Sebastian was analyzing the tournament data, despite his protests not to. After Romin defeated Roa in the first round, Nail Dueled Gakuto in the second, and as Ranze warned Nail about Gakuto's "Rulers", Gakuto debuted a rapper-themed persona in an effort to become more distinguished that he dubbed "Gakuting". Nail easily pushed Gakuto into a corner, and Ranze was shocked to see Rinnosuke supporting Gakuto even after he had disgraced himself. To Ranze's shock, after a power outage in Goha Stadium, Gakuto returned to his normal persona and he discarded "Yameruler" to empower his new "Demonic Hermit Vessel Kachisuzaku", making it stronger than "Yggdrago the Heavenly Emperor Dragon Tree". However, Nail was able to protect "Yggdrago" and destroy all of Gakuto's monsters, exposing him to a direct attack. To Ranze' shock, Gakuto used "Refined Rulers - The Three Fiendish Commanders" to end the Duel in a DRAW and she leaped to his side after the Duel in concern for him. Gakuto wearily asked Ranze if he had been distinguished, and she told him he had. She told Rinnosuke to take care of Gakuto as she served Nail now, but after she was reminded how proud she felt to serve Sogetsu Style, she asked Nail to graduate from "Saionji Style", and he immediately agreed to let her, allowing Ranze to return to Gakuto's care.[28]

Deck[edit]

Ranze uses a Flower Fang Deck composed of Plant monsters, putting an emphasis on swarm tactics and piercing damage. As described by her brother, her strategy is to Set multiple monsters, then hold her breath for her chance to win.

Duels[edit]

Opponent Episode(s) Outcome
Galient Tazaki 29 Lose
Rinnosuke Nanahoshi 36 DRAW
Gakuto Sogetsu 41 Lose

Notes[edit]

  1. A third copy of this card is sent from the hand to the GY to activate the effect of "Flower Fang Kunoichi Etranzer" in episode 29.
  2. A second copy of this card is sent from the hand to the GY to activate the effect of "Flower Fang Kunoichi Etranzer" in episode 36.
  3. A second copy of this card is sent from the hand to the GY to activate "Greater Piercing!!" in episode 29.

References[edit]

  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS character profiles on TV Tokyo's website
  2. NeoArkadia (March 21, 2020). "The Organization | [SEVENS] More Information from the March 21st Special". YGOrganization. Retrieved March 21, 2020.
  3. a b Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 36: "Enlightenment ♡ Ranze Eyes"
  4. a b c Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 4: "Farewell, Student Council President!"
  5. a b c Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 14: "Romin's Kitchen"
  6. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 1: "Let's Go! Rush Duel!"
  7. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 2: "The Man Who Possesses a Demon"
  8. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 11: "No More Holding Back!"
  9. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 12: "The Forbidden Ace"
  10. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 13: "Another King"
  11. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 20: "It's Tough Being an Adult"
  12. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 21: "Close Encounters of the Noodle Kind"
  13. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 24: "Resolve"
  14. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 26: "Maximum Duel!"
  15. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 29: "Galient Digging"
  16. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 30: "In Battle, A Tiger's Breathing"
  17. a b Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 32: "The Lady Who Loved Heavy Cavalry"
  18. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 33: "Goha 6th Elementary School"
  19. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 34: "The Shiatsu Nether-Empire Strikes Back"
  20. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 35: "Sound! Gohanium"
  21. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 37: "Coo-Coo-Luke-Coo"
  22. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 38: "Unearth the Maximum!"
  23. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 39: "Bring it Back! Mutsuba's Pride!"
  24. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 40: "Give Me Jam ♪"
  25. a b Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 41: "I'll Yameruler the Sogetsu Style"
  26. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 45: "Upstart Hunter"
  27. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 47: "The Employee's Counterattack"
  28. Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episode 50: "Gakuting"