Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V - Scale 001
|English||The Name is Phantom!|
|Rōmaji||Sono Na wa Fantomu!|
|Japanese magazine||V Jump 2015 #10|
|English magazine||Weekly Shonen Jump|
|Volume||1: "The Name is Phantom!"|
|Japanese||August 21, 2015|
|English||August 24, 2015|
|Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V chapters|
|Next||"Yuto vs. Sawatari!"|
"The Name is Phantom!" (その
This summary is currently incomplete.
In Maiami City, which has benefited from the Solid Vision provided by the Leo Corporation, Yuzu Hiiragi and her father Syuzo are on the verge of their Syu Zo Duel School going bankrupt from the lack of students. Yuzu, having became money-oriented to make ends' meet, assumes the school's only chance is getting a celebrity Duelist under their payroll. By luck, Yuzu learns of a rogue Duelist known as the Phantom who wanted by Leo Corp for hacking into their computer systems and considers the hacker to be her last hope. At a quiet pier at the city's edge, a cloaked youth notices a boy crying over not see a Duel Monsters dragon materialized via Solid Vision. The youth sympathizes and, against a voice in his head remaining him that they are being hunted down, summons a dragon to cheer the boy up. However, this alerts Leo Corp as its teenaged CEO Reiji Akaba recognizes the cloaked youth on the monitor as the Phantom: Yuya Sakaki. With the voice in his head scolding him for recklessly endangering them while noticing three helicopters approaching their area, Yuya explains that he is a Dueltainer and making people is important to him. At that time Yuzu notices the helicopters and deduces the Phantom is nearby as she decides to quickly find him before the authorities do.
Riding in helicopters are three Duelists Reiji's personally selected to hunt down Yuya: Shingo Sawatari, Shun Kurosaki, and Sora Shiunin. The chopper holding Shingo lands on the rooftop once they find their quarry, with Shingo stepping out to personally take him on. But instead of Yuya, the Phantom unmasks himself as another youth named Yuto who will indulge the surprised Shingo.
The following cards appeared in this chapter. Cards in italics debuted here.