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hometown=The Village of Protecting Time |
region=Unknown |
relatives=Haruna (mother), [[Garyū]] (father), grandparents|
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As Ryouga, Karuta, and Rug fill the Compass of Light with Burst Hearts, they are interrupted by three people, [[Amu]], [[Rovy]], and [[Ganku]]. The three people introduce themselves as the Three Generals of Great Gavel and turn into their Burst forms, the legendary Pokémon {{p|Cobalion}}, {{p|Virizion}}, and {{p|Terrakion}}. Faced with new enemies, Ryouga, Rug, and Karuta each Burst as well and prepare to fight the Three Generals.
Amu picks Ryouga as his opponent and sends Ryouga flying to a mountainous area to fight with him alone. Despite his small size, Amu proves to be a powerful opponent for Ryouga with his speed, power, and relentless attacks. Eventually, Ryouga figures out Amu's weakness and exploits it to defeat him by knocking him into a nearby lake. The battle exhausted Ryouga, and he faints from a lack of energy.
After Yappy finds him, Ryouga is taken back to the gang's current whereabouts and finds Hariru and Carola there. Despite Ryouga offering to have them join his group, Hariru refuses, but decides to fight with Ryouga the next time they meet. The two groups go on their separate ways; Ryouga's group to heal from their injuries, and Hariru and Carola to go and take revenge on Fraud.
Later, Ryouga senses a great power belonging to Fraud that suddenly emerged. Fearing that he has become too powerful to be defeated, Ryouga takes the Compass of Light at puts all the Burst Hearts into it. All five grab the compass, which starts floating and flies off to where Arcades is. They eventually reach an unknown island, where they find a statue of Garyū atop an altar.
Ryouga expresses pride that his father is great enough to have a statue, only for a young woman to correct him on the figure being a statue. The woman introduces herself as the manager of Arcades, and reveals that the statue isn't a statue, but Ryouga's actual father turned to stone. She goes on to explain that the name "Arcades" and the power belonging to it isn't something that belonged to the person Ryouga once knew, but rather to several people over the years and that Garyū is the current one. Hear
She goes to say that if Ryouga can touch the statue, he can gain the power of Arcades, but at the cost of suffering the same fate as his father. Despite his friends protests, Ryouga decides to take the power of Arcades, as it is the only way to defeat the now-stronger Fraud. Before he can touch the statue, Arcades' manager stops Ryouga and says that he has to pass a test in order to gain the power of Arcades.

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