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Aknamkanon

Aknamkanon

Kanji

アクナムカノン

Rōmaji

Akunamukanon

English

Akhnamkanon

Alternate names

Akhenamkhanen

Appears in

Manga

Anime

Gender

Male

Seiyū (Japanese)
  • Kobiyama Youichi
Voice actor(s) (English)

Aknamkanon, known as Akhenamkhanen in the Japanese version, is the father of Pharaoh Atem in Ancient Egypt. Thief Bakura blames the late Akhenamkhanen for killing his village, Kul Elna, to make the Millennium Items; Bakura did not know that it was Akhenamkhanen's younger twin brother, Akhenaden, who was responsible for the massacre, although he did know that he participated in it. When Akhenamkhanen finds out about the massacre, being told by Priest Mahado, who learned the secret from the Millennium Ring, he sacrifices himself to the gods of Egypt as a penance, asking only for his son's safety from their wrath in return. Akhenamkhanen speaks with Atem through his sacrophagus during his first battle with Bakura, and his instructions made Atem summon the Egyptian God Obelisk the Tormentor. His next appearance is in the village of Kul Elna, where his spirit protects Atem from the vengeful spirits of those who were slain in Kul Elna village. During the Ceremonial Battle, Akhenamkhanen is seen waiting for his son as he passes into the door between life and death along with the other guardians.

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