He opened a screen before Nash to allow him to witness his sister and Dumon Dueling Vector and Thousand himself, whose power resided in Vector's body. His powers can awaken other Barians, but those who fall under his influence in the process, develop a darker and more malicious disposition, until they are reduced to mere puppets of his power. [6], Thousand proceeded to lead Vector to his palace, to which Number 96 had returned to in a ball of light after its defeat. The final play of the Deck comes in the form of "Number C1000: Numeronius" and its upgraded form, "Number iC1000: Numeronius Numeronia". Swimming through it, he found the place where Don Thousand was sealed and released him. However, Mizar (seemingly) defeated himself using "Dragon King's Demise" without Don Thousand having to play a single card, and was absorbed. He also has knowledge of Earth, insinuating that he knows where the locations of where the Mythyrian "Numbers" are, but he did not reveal those locations, much to Vector's annoyance. [21], Upon Vector's defeat, Thousand returned, having been separated from him after the Duel. No, no signs of C1000 or Ci1000. [16] At one point in the Duel, Don Thousand stopped Vector before he made his next move, narrowly saving Vector from defeat in the process. The cards that Don Thousand uses mainly revolve around activating during the opponent's turn from the hand or even the Deck, and are described as holding the power of the Numeron Code, being able to "rewrite" the opponent's cards and increase their own ATK to extremely high levels. [1], Upon his defeat by Yuma and Nash, all of his "Numbers" were absorbed by Nash.[22]. His victory over Mizar likewise earned him the "Numbers" that Mizar had collected, among them "Number 6: Chronomaly Atlandis", "Number 9: Dyson Sphere", "Number 33: Chronomaly Machu Mech", "Number 46: Dragluon", "Number 62: Galaxy-Eyes Prime Photon Dragon" and "Number 107: Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon". [11], Thousand later informed Vector that the last two "Mythyrian Numbers" had fallen into the hands of Yuma's allies. Don Thousand can absorb people into him through the item on his body, as seen when he did so to Vector. He urged Yuma and Astral to attempt to stop him if they could. [3], As the worlds began to merge, the Barian Emperors gathered in the Barian World with Rio and Reginald having become Nash and Marin, Vector worried if Nash would remember what he did to them before but Don Thousand assured Vector to not panic as Nash was not "thirsting for blood". Thousand told him to journey to Earth and find the seven sealed Mythyrian "Number", which would fully revive Don Thousand. Don Thousand manufactured one million of fake versions of the "Numbers", among them the first four "Numbers", which he had Vector distribute to the Fearsome Four of the Dark Dueling World. [1], Eventually, after "Numeron Network" was destroyed by the efforts of Astral and Eliphas Thousand Summoned his ultimate ace monster, "Number iC1000: Numeronius Numeronia". However, despite putting Yuma and Nash into a corner, he was ultimately defeated by the combined might of "Number 100: Numeron Dragon", "Utopia" and "Number 73: Abyss Splash", united by "Utopia Rising". Don Thousand's personality is complicated and dynamic, as he lacks the usual insanity or pride associated with Yu-Gi-Oh! [1], After defeating Mizar, Thousand revealed his true plan: Since he did not know where the Numeron Code was, except that it was on Earth, he fused Barian World and the Human World together to control the Numeron Code. To do so, he needed to make more of those devices, which was where the power he regained from Number 96 would go. [1] With those "Numbers" also came the "Number C" forms of many of them, including those of the "Over-Hundred Numbers". [6], He revealed a device that would combine Barian World and the Earth together. He is also the only known being capable of fake "Numbers". The castaway elements formed with time the Barian World, which Thousand ruled, plotting vengefully how to take down his old home world and filling it with Chaos. He called Vector a fool and then proceeded to absorb him, despite Yuma's efforts to rescue Vector. Mizar then showed up and Dueled Don Thousand, who emerged in his energy form. His appearance is similar to Eliphas. During the Duel, it was revealed that Thousand had used the "Numeron Network" as a Field Spell Card to "manipulate" Mizar's cards in the previous Duel, and demonstrated this power again by effortlessly countering the Summon of "Number 39: Utopia" and replacing it with "Ganbara Knight. [1], Don Thousand once resided in Astral World, but was exiled when the realm decided to abandon the power of Chaos. The effects of the former can control nearly the entire Duel, while the effects of the latter can grant an Automatic Win. Don Thousand uses a "Numeron" Deck, initially focused on utilizing the "Numeron Network" to activate Trap Cards from his Deck, letting him manipulate his opponent's strategies. This page was last edited on 23 November 2020, at 11:07. He has a stylized version of the Barian Emblem on his chest. Declaring himself to be more powerful than him, Vector proceeded to burn Don Thousand to ash. When that was revealed to be a ruse to lower Nash's guard, Vector confronted Thousand and revealed his suspicions about the Barian deity's former actions, which greatly upset him. When that world decided to throw away the power of Chaos - which Thousand embodies - to be able to rank-up further. Don Thousand's true form is that of a denizen from Astral World; with luminous gold hair with two long red bangs in front. The other Barian Numbers were spread in the Human World by Vector and Mr. Heartland, in order to make it fuse with the Barian World: the only one of these known by name is "Number 10: Dark Illumiknight", taken by Flip Turner. He is also highly perceptive during his brief conversation with Vector, aware of his loathing towards Astral (though he was unaware of Yuma) and his culpability in Marin and Nash's disappearance. Vector wished to use his new power to crush Yuma and Astral, but Thousand insisted it was not yet time. [10] After Number 96 and Vector parted ways, he told the latter to let him go and informed him that Alito and Girag should be revived by now. He also has a large, luminous red eye at the center of his abdomen. Don can translate to either the honorific "sir" or "talent" in Spanish. Vector agreed and Thousand merged with him, empowering Vector with new abilities and restoring his injured body. He can be cryptic at times and is not above withholding information when questioned until a later time. [14] Thousand later manifested himself outside of Vector's body in order to brainwash Alito and Girag into assisting him and Vector. Upon his return to his chrysalis energy form, Thousand's disposition becomes haughty and confident, casually passing his first turn in his Duel against Mizar. They manifested in the form of the fifty "Numbers", among them the seven Mythyrian "Numbers"[4] and the four "Numeron Gate" monsters. Don Thousand uses a "Numeron" Deck, initially focused on utilizing the "Numeron Network" to activate Trap Cards from his Deck, letting him manipulate his opponent's strategies. The final play of the Deck comes in the form of "Number C1000: Numeronius" and its upgraded form, "Number iC1000: Numeronius Numeronia". He then ordered Vector to find Number 96 as the latter was about to put his own plan into effect. [3] This resulted in fragments of Astral's power being scattered across the Human World to mark the location of the Code. He explained he had been exiled from Astral World, but claimed it was a good thing, as Chaos was too restricted within its confines. When Number 96 and Vector argued with each other, Thousand squeezed the latter's heart to stop him. [4], After Vector's defeat, Thousand absorbed him, resulting in him obtaining the multitude of "Numbers" that Vector owned. Each person who has been influenced by him contains a portion of his malice, meaning he can be in multiple locations at once. According to Don Thousand, both he and Vector are one in body and soul, this prevents the two from truly separating from each other and Vector cannot move far without Don Thousand, though there was one case where he can leave Vector's body temporarily, as seen when he appeared before Alito and Girag. May 8, 2020 May 8, 2020 NeoArkadia Don Thousand, Numbers, Numeron. He also wears a set of earrings on his pointed ears. [5], During this battle, the Barian deity embedded in Astral a shard of his essence, which eventually became Number 96. He is also the largest of the Barians, being the size of a giant. The effects of the former can control nearly … When the Duel started, Vector activated the Spell Card, "Don Thousand's Throne" which was given to him by Thousand that drew power from Nash, causing him great pain whenever "Don Thousand's Throne" increased Vector's Life Points. If the hatred of the Human World reached that of Barian World, they could be fused, amplifying his power one-thousand fold - enough to destroy Astral World. Don Thousand (ドン・サウザンド, Don Sauzando) is the god of Barian World and the central antagonist of the Yu-Gi-Oh! The spike of the carapace on his forehead form a structure that appears to be a black type of the Emperor's Key. Don Thousand has a similar appearance to Mr. Heartland's Barian form; a demonic form with luminous inflamed eyes, shady red skin and dim wings that appears to be a black carapace.