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Use our deck Rate/Fix Guidelines when making an R/F post. . In both the English and Japanese versions of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds it is very notable . so I like to believe he just kept moving from place to place, meeting new people .. bored of it / had no money anymore he came back to the academy to fk alexis. Read Chapter 1 from the story Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Jaden and Alexis by Jaden said "i have met Yugi and dueled against his deck without the eygiptian gods a. In the timeline of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime, Alexis, residing in the Obelisk Blue She fails, however, and meets the same fate as her fellow elites. the school with other students from monsters while Jaden Yuki and Jesse Anderson go to the Alexis plays a Cyber Girl deck composed of cards based on dancing and sports.
It is shown that Jesse was at the graduation party at the end. He is described as tough, cunning, but having a carefree attitude. He wears bandages over his right eye, which is revealed to house an Eye of Oricalcum that allows him to see a person's true nature. He uses his power to try to free Jaden from the Supreme King but fails and winds up getting sent to the stars and is later rescued.
He duels using a fossil deck and his duel disk resembles a boomerang. He is later revealed to be an alchemist who used a homunculus body to prolong his life while he joined the Shadow Riders in order to seek out the Three Sacred Beasts. When he is defeated by Jaden, his body dissolves into dust, but his spirit remains with Jaden, offering him advice whenever possible.
In the English version, she is "Miss Duel Academy. The other characters do not recognize him immediately, and he is lonely due to most of his students either being promoted to Obelisk Blue or staying with Jaden at Slifer Red.
Although the characters do not recognize him, Sartyr points out through a series of flashbacks that he had been a background character in several episodes in the first season as an in-joke about his character not being noticed. Sartyr plays a Spice deck. Masami Iwasaki Japanese ; David Wills English The chancellor of Duel Academy, Sheppard watches over the students in his school, but is often directly responsible though not always fully aware of it for many of the incidents that befall Jaden and co.
In the second season, Sheppard left Duel Academy under the care of Crowler, and was sought by Zane, who wanted to obtain the Underworld deck that lay dormant within his dojo. He eventually resumed his position in time for the GX tournament, part of a plot devised by both himself and Pegasus to lure out the person possessing the famed Ultimate Destiny Card. Sheppard plays a Cyber-Style deck. He is very strict, believing that weaker students who cannot keep up with his lessons should quit or be expelled.
He especially dislikes Jaden, having been defeated by him during the latter's entrance exam. However, his attempts to show up or expel Jaden have only humiliated himself and his followers, while making Jaden look better and better. Crowler eventually appreciates his students and in turn is respected for his noble actions.
Crowler plays an Ancient Gear deck. Nobutoshi Canna youngerMugihito older Japanese ; Marc Thompson youngerDavid Wills older English Kagemaru is the leader of the Shadow Riders and the main antagonist of the series' first season as well as the former superintendent of Duel Academy.
During his duel with Jaden, his youth was returned. After being defeated, however, he returned to his aged state. He then asked forgiveness and promised to renounce his former ways, carried off to the hospital by helicopter. Kagemaru plays a Sacred Beast deck. But in reality, Nightshroud is an entity of unknown origin tied to the darkness itself and the final antagonist in the series. He entered the body of Atticus Rhodes and took control.
Being the owner of the other half of the Shadow Charm pendant in Jaden's possession, Nightshroud sets a Shadow Game for both of them where the loser has his soul sealed in a card.
When defeated, Nightshrouds' soul represented by his mask is sealed away, and Atticus is freed. During the GX Tournament, Atticus uses Nightshrouds' deck in hopes of convincing his friend, Zane Truesdale, that the dark path taken by a duelist is a terrible course. As a result, Nightshrouds' influence that lay dormant within his cards is once again able to take control of Atticus, only to be banished following his defeat.
In the fourth season, Atticus again uses Nightshrouds' deck to duel Jaden, revealing he still has nightmares about his alter-ego.
During the duel, Atticus remembers that one of the missing students at the academy, Yusuke Fujiwara, was the original host of Nightshroud and before he vanished, he made Atticus into a temporary host for Nightshroud to inhabit.
But Nightshroud eventually returns in the body of Fujiwara, and though he loses to Atticus in a one-on-one duel, he cheats reversing time and preventing Atticus from activating Inferno Fire Blast.
But, after losing to Jaden when he and Jesse double teamed Yusuke, Nightshroud left his vessel and duels Jaden in a match with the world at stake. Jaden reverses all of Nightshrouds' evil doings and finally destroys him. Though beaten, Nightshroud boasts that as long as there is darkness in humans, he would return, but Jaden counters by claiming that as long as there are bonds between humans, Nightshroud has been sealed.
In his final duel, Nightshroud is portrayed as a megalomaniac or simply insaneonce he claims he is God and the Savior.Yu-gi-oh Arc V DUB: Alexis Learns The Truth About Duel Academy
Within Yusuke's body, Nightshroud uses a Clear deck. Once without a host, Nightshroud uses his personal Darkness deck. Her name is derived from the title of Joseph Sheridan le Fanu 's novel, Carmilla. A vampireCamula is very serious when it comes to dueling, as she hopes to revive her race from its destruction by the people of Medieval Times.
She had been asleep within her coffin until Kagemaru uncovered it and invited her to join the Shadow Riders. She captures the souls of her opponents following their losses within dolls to fuel her cause, and uses the Shadow Charm strangler around her neck to bet the souls of others in conjunction with the Shadow Game-exclusive Illusion Gate to ensure victory. She manages to obtain the keys of Dr.
Crowler and Zane, but during her duel with Jaden, her Shadow Charm's power is negated by the completed item that Jaden possesses. Out of self-confidence, Camula places her own soul on the line, and it is dragged into the gate after she loses, leaving her body empty and turning it to dust.
Camula plays a Vampire deck. A white tiger that assumes human form with her Shadow Charm gauntlet to find a worthy duelist to be her husband, Tania travels with another tiger named Bass, who resembles the Amazoness Tiger.
She falls in love with Bastion Misawa, and after some sweet talking and showing off her amazing dueling skills, defeats him and makes him her bridegroom for a short time until she grows tired of him. Tania then fights Jaden in a soul match with the effect of Amazoness Arena, and eventually resumes her true form and runs off. She appears before Jaden and his group during the third year as her human self, having been sucked into the second alternate dimension they visit since their last meeting.
She serves as their guide through the first town they encounter, and stays behind with Bastion after Jaden liberates it.
Tania's Amazoness cards, based on the Amazons of Greek mythologyare divided into two decks: She uses the Knowledge deck against Bastion, and the Courage deck against Jaden. Zaloog is actually a Duel Monster spirit brought to life by the power of the Shadow Charm eyepatch he wears.
He masquerades as a detective named Detective Zaloog Police Inspector Manguer in the Japanese versionsent to assist the students in hiding the remaining Spirit Keys, while his posse work on taking the keys incognito. However, since they fail to obtain the keys in a duel, they are unable to unlock the Spirit Gate of the Three Sacred Beasts. When Zaloog and his gang are discovered, he and Chazz Princeton duel with all the remaining keys on the line.
In the end, he and his cohorts are defeated, and the power of his Shadow Charm is nullified. After reverting to their spirit forms, the Dark Scorpions join the many weak monsters in Chazz's care, to the young duelist's annoyance.
Zaloog plays a Dark Scorpion deck. His name is derived from the name of the ancient Egyptian city, Abydos. An ancient pharaoh who never lost a single duel, Abidos regained physical form through the powers of the Shadow Charm headband he wears.
With an army of mummies, Abidos gathers Jaden and company on his celestial yacht for a duel. During the duel with Jaden, Abidos realizes that the only reason he kept winning was because his opponents always lost on purpose, simply because he was pharaoh.
Jaden, however, manages to give Abidos a real duel in which the opponent actually tries to win. Satisfied with his defeat, Abidos departs for the afterlife, giving Jaden his Shadow Charm, the latter making a promise to meet him again in one-hundred years time, presuming that Jaden will be dead within that time. Abidos plays a Servants of the Pharaoh deck. A hitman originally hired by Crowler to deal with Jaden, Titan captured Alexis Rhodes to force Jaden into a duel for her life.
Despite his reputation of possessing the power of a Millennium Item, the "Millennium Item" turned out to be a fake Millennium Puzzle, and Titan used various tricks to mimic a Shadow Game. He became the victim of a real Shadow Game, however, but was saved by Kagemaru, wearing a Shadow Charm mask to bind him to the real world.
Taking advantage of Alexis's desire to restore her brother's memories, Titan challenges her in the abandoned dorm where they first met. He is ultimately pulled back into the pits of darkness when he is defeated. Titan plays an Archfiend deck. A homunculus inhabited by Banner's soul. While looking, Amnael challenges and defeats both Chazz and Alexis in a duel, who then get sucked into Amnael's book as a result.
Jaden gets lead to the abandoned dorm where he defeated Titan. There he finds a mummified body that resembles Banner, and Amnael who later reveals himself to be the spirit of Banner. Amnael and Jaden duel, which results in Jaden's victory. After giving Jaden his Emerald Tablet which previously held his Shadow Charm, Banner is reduced to dust along with his original mummified body.
His spirit, however, lives on in the stomach of Pharaoh. His appearance is seen when the cat is clueless causing its body to retrieve Banner's spirit for a short amount of time.
Sartorius serves as the main antagonist of the second season, poised to remake the world in the image most befitting the extraterrestrial radiance within him. Sartorius plays an Arcana Force deck.
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His name means "silver meteor" when translated in Japanese order. Lorenzo is employed by Alexis and Chazz to duel Jaden. Although he is defeated, he comes to understand his opponent's definition of a fun duel, but is punished by Sartorius for his failure. Leaving his hair stark white, Sartorius takes complete control of him and his future. Lorenzo plays a B. Rose claims to have the ability to see Duel Monster spirits, but others do not believe her.
Jaden, however, notices the spirit of a frog prince watching over her following their duel. Rose plays a Frog deck. Saddened by the fact that Alexis never remembers his name, Bob duels Jaden in hopes of impressing her. Bob plays a Quiz deck. His name is meant to be a pun in English, as "mill" a term borrowed from Magic: The Gathering denotes a direct disruption of a player's deck. X is a Pro League duelist associated with the Society of Light whose ranking is greater than Aster's.
In the English version, X of dreamt becoming a pastry chef as a child, but instead grew up to become an attorney. He successfully reduced the cards in Jaden's deck to zero, but lost when Jaden was unable to draw, due to the effect of the Neo-Spacian Glow Moss he had summoned on X's field, causing him to discard his deck.
X plays a Deck Destruction deck. Ojin dueled against Sartorius in the GX tournament.
He gloated that he would defeat Sartorius with one attack, but was himself defeated before Sartorius's first turn even came. One of them destroyed Blade skater while the other two fired their rifles directly at Jenny creating an explosion.
When the dust cleared everyone saw a panting Jenny who seemed to have struggled a bit with that last hit.
The students shook their heads in disappointment at the fact that Jenny was no match for their vice principal. Your turn little girl. Ritual of Machine Angel. What is she doing with my cards? The Cyber monster moved in and destroyed a toy soldier causing Bonaparte's LP to fall. Cyber Angel Benten came up to Bonaparte and struck him directly. For I now activate the spell: It allows me to sacrifice one Toy soldier to summon one Toy Emperor from my deck to the field.
Finish it off Toy Soldier! Toy soldier was about to finish the duel when "I activate my trap: You randomly select one card from my hand and if it is a monster I get to summon it! That's a move I would do! They turned around to see Alex standing and watching the duel. Chazz grumbled under his breath about no good kids. But back to the point. My sister is not one to give up easily and usually shows her strength when backed into a corner.
It is her bond with her cards that allows this" Alex informed the group. Everyone looked back down to the duel, while Alex muttered to himself so as nobody would hear "just like our father. No wonder you are a vice principal. This duel is so much fun. Too bad I'll have to beat you! You only have LP! And my Toy Emperor is the strongest monster on the field! I activate the spell: Jaden and the gang were not as surprised anymore since they figured that she must use the exact same deck as Alexis.
Jenny smirked and said "Oh then you probably already know of my Cyber Blader's special effect. She is doing exactly what I would have done in that situation. Go Cyber Blader, attack his Toy Emperor!
And end the duel! Most of the crowd was shocked at the fact that their vice principal was defeated by a new entry. However when they heard Jaden and the gang cheering, the rest of the crowd followed suit. Jenny smiled and waved back to the crowd while blowing kisses.
When the commotion died down, Jenny was walking her way up the stairs to where her brother was. I don't think I want to duel" Alex muttered to himself. He was about to forfeit when Jenny pushed him off the bleachers sending him crashing onto the arena below. Everyone in the surrounding area sweatdropped.
Alex muttered something about troublesome sisters and slowly made his way to the center of the arena. Alex seemed to ignore the comment and just activated his duel disk rather boringly. Crowler's eyebrow twitched in frustration before he exclaimed "If you think I'm anything like Bonaparte then your seriously mistaking.
I'm at least ten times better than him and I will not go easy on a slacker like you. Duel academy doesn't need students like you who are lazy and don't do work! I draw then summon Elemental Hero: Then I end my turn" Alex said. Jaden's eyes widened as so did everybody else's. By paying LP I can look at your hand and send one of your cards to the graveyard. So I choose your Monster Reborn" Crowler stated.
Crowler then explained his reasoning for that. Statue of the Wicked. Everyone except, Hassleberry, and Jenny did an anime face-vault. When Jaden shook his head, Alexis said "Well then, you better watch this duel so maybe it will help you remember.
Without a word Alex drew a card. Suddenly, Jaden's winged Kuriboh appeared next to Jaden and pointed toward Alex's shoulder where Jaden was surprised to see another spirit form of his favorite monster: Jaden already had a clue of what was going to happen when his winged kuriboh appeared on his shoulder but his eyes still widened in surprise as did everyone else's for like the tenth time that day.
Attack his Winged Kuriboh! Trash monsters like that are such a waste! Alex's personality seemed to shift suddenly as he now looked very angry. That was a mistake.
When anybody makes fun of my brother's monsters, Alex would get real angry and throw away his lazy attitude temporarily and ends up dueling seriously" Jenny explained.
Everyone except Hassleberry knew what was about to happen. I'll show you the true strength of my deck! I activate the trap Hero signal. When one of my monsters is destroyed I can special summon one monster with hero in its name from my deck to the field.
So I choose Elemental Hero: Then I activate the spell: Finally I activate Polymerization to fuse them together to summon Elemental Hero: Flame Wingman in attack mode! Now whenever a monster with hero in its name attacks a monster with higher attack points, its attack points increase by during damage calculation!
Jenny rushed down to meet her brother and gave him a big hug. Alex struggled to get her off but Jenny just hugged tighter.
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Back with Jaden and the gang: Jaden and Alexis couldn't get rid of the feeling that they knew the twins from somewhere before. Back with Jenny and Alex: Jenny eventually let go of Alex to let him breathe. Chancellor Shepherd walked to the center of the stadium and announced "That concludes this year's entrance exam the departure for Duel Academy will begin shortly.
They look like kids! So what do you think? Now that I have a suitable internet connection and typing program, I can get back to typing my fanfics. As always Reader-sama thank you for reading this humble fanfic. When this card is on your side of the field during your standby phase, special summon card s of the same name from you deck to the field. When this card destroys a monster as a result of battle, move one trap card from your deck to your hand. When your opponent attacks with a monster, negate the attack and end your opponents battle phase.
Drum and Fife Platoon Spell: In this turn, the attack of monsters, with attack of or less are doubled. The Emperor's Coronation Spell: After activation, Tribute one Toy soldier, special summon one Toy Emperor from you deck.
Move one Ritual Machine Angel from your deck to your hand. If this monster destroys an opponents monster as a result of battle, inflict damage to your opponents LP equal to the destroyed monster's defense points. If this card attacks you opponents LP directly, increase the attack of this card by during damage step only. When your opponent controls only two monsters, double the ATK of this card. When your opponent only controls three monster, this card negates the effects of your opponents Spell, Trap, and Effect Monster cards.
A Hero Emerges Trap: When your opponent declares an attack, they randomly select one card from your hand. If it is a monster, special summon it on your side of the field, if not, send it to the graveyard. Ritual of Machine Angel Spell: This card is used to special summon and monster that includes Cyber Anger in its name from your hand. You must also offer monsters from the field or hand whose total level stars equal the level of the ritual monster you are attempting to summon.
The Warrior Returning Alive Spell: Select one Warrior-type monster from your graveyard and add it to your hand. Send fusion material monsters that are listed by a fusion monster from the field or your hand to the graveyard and special summon the fusion monster from your fusion deck. This can only be equipped to a fusion monster of level six or less.
This card cannot be special summoned.
When this card attacks a monster with an ATK that is higher than the DEF of your opponents defense position monster, inflict the difference to your opponents LP. When this card attacks, your opponent can't activate any spell or trap cards until the end of the damage step. Statue of the Wicked Trap: Pay LP to look at your opponent's hand. Select and discard one card to the graveyard.
Destroy all Spell and Trap cards on the field. When this monster is destroyed in battle, all battle damage is reduced to zero for the rest of the turn. When this card destroys and sends a monster to the graveyard as a result of battle, do damage equal to the attack strength of the destroyed monster to your opponent.