Yu-Gi-Oh! episode 201: "Memoirs of a Pharaoh"
Mahad, known as Mahado (マハード Mahādo) in the Japanese version, is one of the priests who serves Pharaoh Atem. He wields the Millennium Ring. In order to defeat Thief King Bakura, he sacrificed his life and fused his Ba (Life Spirit) and his Ka together to create the "Dark Magician". He also was the best friend of the Pharaoh Atem since they were children. Before and after his death, Mahado always kept loyalty to his king. Mahado is the first among the six to die. He continued to serve the Pharaoh in the form of the Dark Magician. He also appeared in The Ceremonial Battle summoned by Atem in his duel against Yugi Muto.
Mahado is very loyal to his childhood friend and Pharaoh, Atem, and is also Mana's teacher in the magical arts. He acts as a guardian for both Mana and Atem and cares deeply for them both. He also seems to have a close friendship with Isis. Mahado is very selfless, looking out for the well being of others before his own. His loyalty runs deep and he serves Atem with a strong conviction.
The name Mahad is a male Muslim name from Arabic origins, meaning: "one who is great".
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- Illusion Magician
- Shadow Ghoul
- Dark Magician (as combination of his spirit and the Illusion Magician)