Yu-Gi-Oh! - Marik Ishtar Cube Craft Free Paper Toy DownloadThis cube craft paper toy is Marik Ishtar, the leader and founder of the Rare Hunters, younger brother of Ishizu Ishtar and heir to the Tomb Keepers, based on the manga  (also named as “Game King” or “King of Games”), this paper craft was created by alonso jacobo. Marik was formerly the main antagonist of the Battle City arc. After the defeat of Odion, Marik Ishtar’s alter ego, Yami Marik takes over his body and replaces him as the series’ main antagonist.

Later on in the Dawn of the Duel arc, Marik redeems himself and fulfills his birthright as a Tombkeeper. Marik is often considered to be one of the foremost adversaries in the series.

As a child, Marik was an innocent boy who desired to see the outside world, despite his clan’s laws forbidding him from doing so, and was willing to sneak out to fulfill his desire. He cared for his sister Ishizu Ishtar very much and also considered Odion Ishtar to be his brother, despite not being blood related.

Marik bore a grudge towards the Pharaoh because he was forced by his own father to guard the family’s carving with his life via a ritual of having carvings or tattoos onto his back which brought intense pain during and after the ritual and robbed him of his freedom.

With the intense pain and his hatred towards the Pharaoh, he spawned his second personality Yami Marik to deal with the pain. A year later when his father brutally tortured Odion for helping Marik and Ishizu to sneak outside, Marik was unconscious while Yami Marik killed his father and woke up with no recollection of his father’s murder. Immediately afterwards, he sees a loyalist to the Pharaoh had come to warn him about the dangerous path he had taken. Marik thought that the loyalist murdered his father, leading to Marik’s betrayal of the clan to get revenge against the Pharaoh.

While leading the Rare Hunters in his quest for world domination and freedom, Marik became cruel and uncaring, willing to brainwash people to do his bidding, force them to cheat, and use cruelty on his behalf, the victims included Bandit Keith and Strings. He was not above using death to punish his subordinates for failure, such as Arkana and Lumis, nor did he care about sacrificing Rare Hunters to test the fake “The Winged Dragon of Ra” cards which produced severe injuries and death. He even threatened his sister Ishizu with the Millennium Rod for getting in his way and ordered Odion to use the fake Ra card against his will. He still retained his love for his family, despite his mistreatment of them.

Marik’s usual outfit consists of a long purple cape with a gold chain at the front, the same outfit worn by the Rare Hunters, as well as a sleeveless black shirt and beige combats. He wears gold earrings, neckwear, armbands, and bracelets all up his wrists. His white-blonde hair is neatly arranged as Marik.

As a civilian, he still wears the gold earrings, neckwear, armbands, and bracelets all up to his wrists, a sleeveless purple shirt, black pants, and black shoes. While in Battle City, he often wears a KaibaCorp Duel Disk on his left arm. [Source: wikia]

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