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Sayer
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's 36 Divine
English name
  • Sayer
Japanese translated
  • Divine
Gender
  • Male
Organization

Arcadia Movement

Anime Deck

Psychic

Anime debut

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Episode 16: "Battle with the Black Rose"

Video game debut

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Wheelie Breakers

Appears in
Anime
Nintendo DS
Wii
English voice
Japanese voice
  • Masaya Matsukaze
Sayer

Sayer, known as Divine in the Japanese version, is a man with psychic abilities similar to those that Akiza harbors as well as being the leader and founder of the Arcadia Movement. He is a secondary antagonist during the Dark Signers arc. He is a powerful Psychic Duelist, in control of his powers at all times.

Personality

Sayer is extremely ruthless, even allowing innocent children to be electrified to death simply because they did not meet his expectations.[1] He also is very manipulative, using Akiza for her powers[2] and able to evade Sector Security thanks to his information on Rex Goodwin.[3] Although his past was never explored, he wants revenge against society for having discriminating him.[4]

Biography

History

When he finds Akiza for the first time, he welcomes her into the Arcadia Movement, a group of people with powers similar to hers. Sayer is the leader of this group of Duelists training to control and harness their psychic abilities. He has plans for her to be a member and a representative figure of the organization.

Sayer finds Toby Tredwell, who also has Psychic Dueling powers and takes him to the Arcadia Movement to test his abilities. Toby was unable to withstand the procedure. Believing him to be weak and useless, Sayer ordered the intensity of the electric shocks to be amplified, which caused the young boy's death. (In English version, Toby was taken into a another location under Sayer's orders.)

Fortune Cup

Divine(character)

Sayer, as he appeared during the Fortune Cup arc

Sayer watches over Akiza's Duels in the Fortune Cup and encourages her to be proud of her powers. He also does his best to keep Akiza secluded from anyone outside the Arcadia Movement, including Lazar and Yusei. When she loses to Yusei, he leads her out of the arena to recover from her defeat before Yusei has a chance to speak to her. However, Sayer returns to watch the final match to see if the Crimson Dragon will appear. During this Duel, he comments that it will be interesting to watch.

Dark Signers

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Sayer during his Duel with Leo

Later he received a message from Bolt Tanner, who requests that Sayer help the Signers against the Dark Signers. Luna, Leo, Yanagi and Tanner go to the Arcadia Movement to attempt to unite all of the Signers against the Dark Signers, however, even after explaining the current situation to Sayer it appears he already has other plans. As he and other members sedate them with a gas, Sayer looks at the sleeping Luna, saying he was thinking of making her a member eventually (It isn't known why though), indicating he'd been planning it for some time prior to the meeting.

When the gas wears off, Sayer has chained Leo in his Duel arena to personally test him for any Psychic power while Luna and Akiza watch from the observation room. Before the Duel begins, Sayer explains that Luna has the Ability to Talk to Duel Spirits, and since Leo is Luna's twin, he might have special abilities of his own.

He continues saying the Arcadia Movement has no interest in dealing with the Dark Signers and that he wants to use his psychic Duelists, as soldiers to start a war against the world.

During the Duel he attacks Leo directly with "Krebons", causing Leo to cry from the pain. Sayer however tells him to get up, and that he doesn't know where he stands. To add to the pressure to unlock any potential psychic power in Leo, He threatens Leo's life is at stake because he revealed his true intentions before the Duel begun. Leo fights back by Synchro Summoning "Power Tool Dragon", inflicting major damage to Sayer, whom comments Leo's move wasn't too bad. However, after saying he applauds Leo for giving him such a hard time, Sayer emerges victorious as he used an impressive card combo that ended with "Battle Teleportation", allowing him to attack Leo directly with "Thought Ruler Archfiend".

The attack threw Leo hard against the floor and knocks him out. Sayer, accepting that Leo has no special powers, considers him a worthless drag. However after the Duel Sayer assures Akiza that he won't put him through any more harm. Instead he says he plans to convince him to join the movement, and that by doing so perhaps Luna will come to understand them (Indicating he was going to use Leo as a member, so Luna had a reason to stay).

After his Duel with Leo, he speaks to Akiza about the organization plans of gathering more members from around the world. Also that she will come to represent the Arcadia Movement itself not only as a symbol, but also as a modern "Joan of Arc".

Meanwhile, Carly Carmine sneaks into the Arcadia Movement building and finds Sayer's secret room, which triggers Sayer's psychic sense. He returns to his office and challenges Carly to a Duel with her life on the line. Carly Summons 3 of her "Fortune Fairies" and raises their ATK to 3000. However, Sayer swarms Carly with Psychic monsters and destroys her key card with "Psychokinesis" and pins her to a window with his attacks.

Carly warns Sayer that the Public Security Bureau will investigate her death, but he informs her that her death will be considered an accident by Sector Security. He explains to Carly that he knows Goodwin's weakness, that he was born from Satellite rather than in New Domino City,and mentions that that is the least of Goodwin's secrets, and because of that he is safe from the Public Safety Bureau. His last attack defeats her, shattering the window she was pinned against and leading her to her apparent death.(This was made less obvious in the English version,in which she falls into a purple fog.)

Carly revives as a Dark Signer and appears again to Sayer in order to challenge him to a Shadow Duel for revenge. He starts the Duel confident that he'll win again, but Carly is able to destroy his first monster and more than half his Life Points with ease on her first turn. Following this, Sayer attempts to make a comeback on his next turn and thinks of a strategy which would allow him to bring out "Thought Ruler Archfiend", but this is futile as Carly, on her next turn, Summons her Earthbound Immortal, "Aslla piscu" and uses it to defeat Sayer.

5Dx039 Divine falls

Sayer's "death".

The explosion caused by the attack throws Sayer down the building's stairwell. Akiza sees Sayer falling and cries out for him in shock. (in the dub, Sayer fell in the same purple fog that Carly fell in.) Afterwards, the Arcadia Movement building begins to collapse after the attack of "Aslla piscu".

5Dx060 Sayer's disguise

Sayer disguised as a security agent.

Sayer somehow survived his fall with a scar on the right side of his face hidden by his hair, which also changed to a more rough style. He poses as a security agent from Goodwin and tricks Mina into a water pit, and attacks Yusei, who eventually ends up with Mina.

After saving Akiza from landing into a shard of shattered glass, he tells to continue the Duel with Misty. But as Akiza tells him that she can't, Sayer reveals to her that psychic powers were strong even when they were dormant while she was young. He had somehow sealed them without her knowing this.

Sayer releases the seal, unlocking her true powers with the phrase "The entrance to the Underworld is on the witch's island" Akiza's powers awaken and becomes the Black Rose once again. Sayer claims that this power surpasses that of the Dark Signers. While watching the Duel from someplace safe, he states that he and Akiza will resurrect the Arcadia Movement.

Sayer's scar

Sayer reveals his scar to Yusei.

Yusei confronts Sayer and asks what he is really here for. Sayer reveals his scar, stating it to be a result of the Dark Signers attack on the Arcadia Movement headquarters. Claiming to have control over Akiza's mind, he says that she only will obey him. Yusei commands him to release Akiza, stating that she has changed. Sayer refuses and attacks Yusei with "Hinotama".

Sayer states that anybody who falls prey to him, will simply follow his orders and nothing more, as he takes full advantage of that individual's weakness, just like he did with Akiza. Although at that time, he acknowledged her incredible psychic powers along with her loneliness.

He explains that Misty became a Dark Signer, because of what happened to Toby. This leads Yusei to figure out that Sayer was involved in Toby's death.

Sayer reveals the truth of Toby's death, prompting Yusei to attack him, but Sayer avoids him and attacks again with "Hinotama". Yusei is left hanging from a balcony, but laughs as he reveals that he had activated his Duel Disk's voice intercom, thus allowing Misty to hear the real story of her brother's death.

Divine's death

Sayer gets eaten by Misty Tredwell's "Earthbound Immortal Ccarayhua".

Hearing this, Misty believes Sayer is the real culprit for her brother's death. Sayer unwisely tells her that Toby was too weak and that he had no use for him anyway. Fueled by anger and lust for revenge, Misty orders Ccarayhua to eat Sayer. (In the English version, he simply disappears after Ccarayhua takes him.)

According to the Yu-Gi-Oh! 10th Anniversary Animation Book, Sayer was revived after Ccarayhua was defeated and was quickly arrested by Sector Security after the fall of the Dark Signers and the King of the Netherworld and sent to The Facility.

Abilities

Sayer, as a Psychic Duelist has the ability to manifest his cards as real objects. This is made apparent when he uses "Psychic Sword" and "Hinotama" to fend off and almost kill Yusei if it wasn't for Misty overhearing the Duel via Yusei's hand-crafted Duel Disk, thus Misty killed him with "Earthbound Immortal Ccarayhua".

He also has the ability to easily manipulate people by using their past against them. Good examples of these are Akiza Izinski and Rex Goodwin who both had pasts that they didn't want to be brought to attention, thus Sayer uses these weaknesses against them and cleverly uses them to do his bidding.

Decks

Sayer uses a Psychic Deck, which focuses on Summoning and supporting Psychic-Type monsters at the cost of his Life Points.

Trivia

  • In the Croatian dub version of the anime, Sayer's name is mispronounced as "Sawyer".

References

  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Episode 61: "Truth and Consequences, Part 2"
  2. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Episode 42: "The Signs of Time"
  3. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Episode 37: "Digging Deeper, Part 1"
  4. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Episode 36: "Supersensory Shakedown"

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