Yu-Gi-Oh: the tragic death of the creator saved lives

Yu-Gi-Oh: the tragic death of the creator saved lives

The circumstances surrounding the death of Kazuki Takahashi, creator of Yu-Gi-Oh and legendary mangaka, have been revealed.

Yu-Gi-Oh creator dies a hero

Around the time of Yu-Gi-Oh creator’s death, early reports suggested a scuba diving accident near the town of Nago. But it is in the columns of the Stars and Stripes, a daily newspaper for the American armed forces in service abroad, that the real reasons have been disclosed.

In truth, Kazuki Takahashi died trying to save people from drowning. Swimmers who were carried away by the current of dangerous waves. Robert Bourgeau, a scuba diving instructor and US Army officer, then dove in to rescue the three swimmers. But during this highly risky rescue, the creator of Yu-Gi-Oh also tried to help them according to students of the instructor. Unfortunately, no one ever saw him come to the surface and his body was found two days later on the shore.

This guy had a huge impact on the world. He’s a hero. He died trying to save someone else.

Robert Bourgeau via Stars and Stripes.

did he declare. In the report, we also learn that Robert Bourgeau, exhausted, could have died there, but the end was happier for him.

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