Dark Magician Girl in the anime.
Black Magician Girl
Yu-Gi-Oh! episode 147: "Legend of the Dragons"
|Dark Magician Girl (character)|
Dark Magician Girl, known as Black Magician Girl in the Japanese version, is a character version of the card, "Dark Magician Girl".
Dark Magician Girl's outfit is very similar to that of Dark Magician, except that it is mainly blue and pink with a few touches of yellow. She has blond hair, green eyes, and wields a wand that matches her outfit. In dubbed versions of the anime and cards, her bust is reduced by erasing cleavage lines and her hexagram is replaced with a red jewel.
Her outfit is composed of an off-the-shoulders garment that extends to her mid-thighs and ends up as a skirt. It i blue with pink trimmings and a few touches of yellow. Also, her hat is pointed, like Dark Magician's, except it is also blue, along with pink rings and a pink spiral on one side. She also wears boots reaching halfway up her thighs, and her wand, which is blue,has a spiral which is similar to the one on her hat, except that it is yellow. She also wears optional pink and blue gauntlets. Her most prominent features are the faint pink markings on her cheeks.
In the original manga, her appearance during the Millennium World arc had tanned skin, similiar to her progenitor, Mana.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters
Dark Magician Girl first appears as a character in the Battle City arc when Yugi faces the ex-magician Arkana, whom she defeats by drawing power from both Duelists' Dark Magician cards. One of Yugi's most expressive monsters, she also appears in the Duel between Yugi Muto and Ryo Bakura, and is seen crying when she was forced to attack by the effect of Bakura's Dark Spirit of the Silent, which caused her owner to be damaged by the effects of "Dark Sanctuary" (implying that she actually knew that she was chosen by the effect and what would happen).
Waking the Dragons
Her character was shown much more clearly during the Waking the Dragons arc. She brought Yugi and Yami Yugi to the World of Duel Monsters to revive the Sacred Dragon Timaeus to help them to fight Doma. She did the same with Kaiba and Joey who gained the dragons, Critias and Hermos.
When Dartz summoned the The Great Leviathan, Dark Magician Girl opened a portal to the Duel Monster world, and led an attack against the Leviathan with Yugi, Kaiba and Joey. After the evil beasts is defeated, she and the Seal of Orichalcos"to returning back to their body and thanking Yugi and Yami as both the real world and Monster World is saved.
Dawn of the Duel
In the Dawn of the Duel arc, Dark Magician Girl is the Ka monster of Mana. After Mahad died and became the "Dark Magician", Mana promised herself that she would become a great magician, following after her teacher.
In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Dark Magician Girl appears as a Duel Spirit during the Duel Festival towards whom Syrus harbors feelings for. On the one day Duel Spirits can take physical form, the Dark Magician Girl surfaces during a school-wide festival to duel with Jaden. Nobody thought that she was the real Dark Magician Girl considering the fact that everyone was in Duel Monsters costumes. The crowd cheered actively for her, and even though she lost, she didn't care because she had so much fun. Before the day ended, she used the last of her energy to give Syrus a kiss on the cheek and then she went back into her card.
Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time
When Dark Magician Girl was summoned by the effect of "Bond Between Teacher and Student", she acts very childish and became worried when she saw Paradox's monsters. Dark Magician encourages her that victory can be assured when they join forces with their master.
In Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom, when Dark Magician Girl arrives late, Dark Magician became furious and tells his student not to make any excuses. When Yugi asks who she was, Dark Magician Girl will say she is Dark Magician's number one student, Dark Magician says that she was a inexperienced student called back from her training. He will ask Yugi to put her in the bottom of the roster. She then joins the party.