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In the manga, Jaden uses an Elemental Hero deck, different from that of his anime counterpart. These Elemental Heroes seem to be nature based. These cards once belonged to [[Koyo Hibiki]].
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===Masked Heroes===
 
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| [[Aster Phoenix#Manga|Aster Phoenix]] || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Chapter 050|50]]-[[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Chapter 051|51]] ([[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (manga)|GX]]) || Lose
 
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Jaden uses a Deck containing the "[[Masked Hero]]" monsters against [[Aster Phoenix|Aster]]. These "Hero" monsters are capable of [[Transformation Summon]]ing.
 
 
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{{Decklist
 
|monsters =
 
<u>Normal Monsters</u>
 
* [[Masked Hero Bassols]]
 
* [[Masked Hero Dusk Crow]]
 
* [[Masked Hero Rekka]]
 
<u>Transformed Monsters</u>
 
* [[Masked Hero Goka]]
 
* [[Masked Hero Vapor]]
 
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* [[Form Change]]
 
* [[Mask Change]]
 
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* [[Damaged Mask]]
 
* [[Negate Attack]]
 
 
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| [[Aster Phoenix#Manga|Aster Phoenix]] || [[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Chapter 050|50]]-[[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Chapter 051|51]] ([[Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (manga)|GX]]) || Lose
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Jaden uses a Deck containing the "[[Masked Hero]]" monsters against [[Aster Phoenix|Aster]]. These "Hero" monsters are capable of [[Transformation Summon]]ing.
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* [[Masked Hero Bassols]]
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* [[Masked Hero Dusk Crow]]
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* [[Masked Hero Rekka]]
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<u>Transformed Monsters</u>
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* [[Masked Hero Goka]]
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* [[Masked Hero Vapor]]
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* [[Form Change]]
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* [[Damaged Mask]]
 
* [[Negate Attack]]
 
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Revision as of 15:17, April 14, 2010

Anime

Season 1

Elemental Heroes

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Vellian Crowler 1 (GX) Win
Chazz Princeton 2 (GX) Incomplete
Alexis Rhodes 3 (GX) Win
Chazz Princeton 4 (GX) Win
Titan 5-6 (GX) Win
Syrus Truesdale 7 (GX) Win
Zane Truesdale 8 (GX) Lose
Paradox Brothers 10-11 (GX) Win (with Syrus Truesdale)
Wheeler 13 (GX) Win
Syrus Truesdale 14 (GX) Interrupted
Jinzo 14 (GX) Win
Harrington Rosewood 15 (GX) Win
Beauregard/Brier 16 (GX) Win
Damon 17 (GX) Win
Dimitri 18-19 (GX) Win
Blair Flannigan 20 (GX) Win
Bastion Misawa 21-22 (GX) Win
Belowski 23 (GX) Win
Chazz Princeton 25-26 (GX) Win
Gravekeeper's Chief 27-28 (GX) Win
Atticus Rhodes/Nightshroud 29-30 (GX) Win
Camula 33 (GX) Win
Kaibaman 34 (GX) Lose
Tania 37 (GX) Win
Admiral 38 (GX) Win
Abidos the Third 40 (GX) Win
Dark Magician Girl 42 (GX) Win
Lyman Banner 45-46 (GX) Win
Kagemaru 48-49 (GX) Win
Syrus Truesdale 50 (GX) Win (Handheld simulation)
Zane Truesdale 51-52 (GX) Draw

During the first year, Jaden plays an Elemental Hero Deck, composed of Spell and Trap Cards that support them, as well as his spirit partner "Winged Kuriboh". His deck largely supports Fusion Summoning stronger Elemental Heroes, often using a colorful array of Spell Cards, which have additional effects besides the aforementioned effect, allowing great flexibility in strategies. All Elemental Heroes fuse in some combination, granting Jaden a myriad of different effects to take advantage of. Some of his spell and monster card combinations serve as back-up strategies. His strategies are always full of surprises and he always draws the right card when needed.

Deck

Season 2

Elemental Heroes

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Aster Phoenix 53 (GX) Win
Tyranno Hassleberry 55 (GX) Win
Bastion Misawa 57 (GX) Win
Aster Phoenix 58-59 (GX) Lose

In the early parts of Season 2, Jaden continues to play an Elemental Hero Deck. He debuts several new Fusion Monsters, including "Elemental Hero Necroid Shaman", which is the first fusion to utilize "Elemental Hero Necroshade" as a material monster.

Deck

Neos

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Alien of Light 62 (GX) Win
Aster Phoenix 67-68 (GX) Win
Lorenzo 71 (GX) Win
Howard X Miller 72 (GX) Win
Princess Rose 74 (GX) Win
T-Bone 77 (GX) Win
Sarina 78-79 (GX) Win (with Aster Phoenix)
Alice 80 (GX) Win
Bob Banter 81 (GX) Win
Franz 85 (GX) Win
Orlando 86 (GX) Win
Lucien Grimley 91 (GX) Win
Alexis Rhodes 93-94 (GX) Win
Dr. Eisenstein 96 (GX) Win
Prince Ojin 99 (GX) Win
Sartorius 102-104 (GX) Win

In his second year, after his second duel with Aster, Jaden's deck is left blank to his eyes due to Sartorius' powers. With the inability to use his old Hero Deck, Jaden received a new one that included some cards he created as a child for a KaibaCorp contest. Once his ability to see his older cards returned, he combined elements from both Decks into a single Deck, his Neos Deck. While this deck still contains many of the cards from his original deck, it also consists of Neo-Spacians and cards that exploit their ability to "Contact Fuse" with "Elemental Hero Neos" in a Guyver-inspired fashion. Neos becomes his signature card after he acquires it, much like "Dark Magician" was for Yugi Muto.

Deck

Ojama-Heroes

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Chazz Princeton 87-88 (GX) Win

In an attempt to get Chazz back to normal Jaden mixed in the some of the Ojama cards that Chazz had thrown away into his own Deck.

Ojama-Heroes

Season 3

Neos

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Jesse Anderson 106-107 (GX) Win
Axel Brodie 108-109 (GX) Win
Mr. Stein 113-114 (GX) Win
Professor Viper 117-119 (GX) Win
Fonda Fontaine 123 (GX) Win
Chazz Princeton 126 (GX) Win
Marcel Bonaparte/Yubel 129-130 (GX) Win (with Jesse Anderson)
Harpie's Brother 132 (GX) Win
Scarr, Scout of Dark World 133 (GX) Win
Zure, Knight of Dark World 134 (GX) Win
Brron, Mad King of Dark World 135-136 (GX) Win
Zane Truesdale 146 (GX) Incomplete
Guardian Baou 146-147 (GX) Win
Jesse Anderson/Yubel 151-152 (GX) Draw
Yubel 153-155 (GX) N/A

Jaden continues to use his Neos deck in Season 3, debuting fusions involving "Elemental Hero Neos" and two, rather than one Neo-Spacian monsters as well as several new Elemental Hero fusions. In addition, the rest of the Chrysalis monsters make their debuts, as they had all been unseen save for "Chrysalis Dolphin", which was was used once in Season 2. After being freed from the influence of The Supreme King, Jaden keeps the "Super Polymerization" card, which proved to be one of the keys of ending his continued conflict with Yubel.

Deck

Young Jaden

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Osamu 131 (GX) Lose

During several flashbacks, Jaden is shown dueling a friend of his named Osamu (who went unnamed in the English version).

Deck

Evil Heroes

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Jim Crocodile Cook 139-140 (GX) Win
Axel Brodie 142-143 (GX) Draw

In his third year, while possessed by The Supreme King, Jaden plays an Evil Hero Deck, which consists of vile, more powerful incarnations of his regular Elemental Hero Fusions. As opposed to his flexible strategies that he normally uses, this deck consists of a much more straightforward approach that simply overpowers his opponents with the deadly effects of certain Evil Heroes, as his trademark card, "Dark Fusion", protects the summoned monsters from being targeted by his opponent's effects.

Deck

Season 4

Neos

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Trueman 157 (GX) Win
Trueman 158 (GX) Win
Atticus Rhodes/Nightshroud 159 (GX) Win
Trueman 160 (GX) Win
Chancellor Sheppard, Ms. Dorothy 161 (GX) Win (with Alexis Rhodes)
Tyranno Hassleberry and Blair Flannigan 162 (GX) Win (with Alexis Rhodes)
Chazz Princeton 165 (GX) Win
Vellian Crowler 167 (GX) Win
Taigo Sorano 168 (GX) Win
Sartorius 170-171 (GX) Win
Jesse Anderson 172 (GX) No result
Yusuke Fujiwara, Jesse Anderson 175-176 (GX) Win
Nightshroud 177-178 (GX) Win
Yugi Muto/Yami Yugi 179-180 (GX) Not shown

After fusing his soul with Yubel, Jaden gains the ability to summon Duel Spirits in his own dimension. He usually uses this ability to summon Elemental Hero Neos, who is instrumental in saving Jaden's life more than once during the final Season. In this Season, cards that had not been seen since Season 1, such as "Mirror Gate" are included in Jaden's deck once more.

It's later revealed he still includes "Super Polymerization" in his deck and also uses "Yubel" herself. He's able to use the former to fuse the latter with "Elemental Hero Neos" to create "Neos Wiseman".

Deck

Super Fusion! Bonds That Transcend Time

Record
Opponent(s) Outcome(s)
Paradox Win (with Yami Yugi and Yusei Fudo)

Though the duel in the film is short, the cards that are shown would indicate that his deck has not changed much since Season 4, besides the addition of a few cards that debut in the movie.

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Super Fusion! Bonds That Transcend Time

Manga

Nature Elemental Heroes

Record
Opponent(s) Outcome(s)
Vellian Crowler Win (off-panel)
Mr. Ryuga Win
Chazz Princeton Win
Bastion Misawa Win
Alexis Rhodes Win
Syrus Truesdale Win
Seika Kohinata Win
Bastion Misawa Win
Chazz Princeton Lose
Reggie MacKenzie Win

In the manga, Jaden uses an Elemental Hero deck, different from that of his anime counterpart. He combines the regular Elemental Heroes with ones of a nature base that once belonged to Koyo Hibiki.

Deck

Kid Jaden

Record
Opponent(s) Outcome(s)
Koyo Hibiki Lose

When Koyo decides to duel Jaden with his real deck, he tells Jaden to build the best deck he can. Jaden builds an Elemental heroes deck similar to Koyo's. This deck is very similar to the one his anime counterpart uses in the first year.

Deck

Masked Heroes

Record
Opponent(s) Chapter(s) Outcome(s)
Aster Phoenix 50-51 (GX) Lose

Jaden uses a Deck containing the "Masked Hero" monsters against Aster. These "Hero" monsters are capable of Transformation Summoning.

Deck

Video games

Duel Terminal

Another Fusion

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 This card is used as a Fusion Monster that can only be summoned via Metamorphosis. It is an Effect Monster in the TCG/OCG.
  2. This card is present in his deck in episodes 48 and 49 only.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 This card can be seen in the air after his loss to Aster in episode 59.
  4. This card can be seen in the air after his loss to Aster in episode 59 in place of Dark Catapulter in the English version.
  5. 5.0 5.1 This card can be seen when Syrus checks Jaden's deck at the beginning of episode 60.
  6. This card can be seen in his hand during episode 57.
  7. This card is lent to Jaden by Chazz Princeton and is present in his deck for episodes 93 and 94 only.
  8. 8.0 8.1 This card can be seen when he checks his deck after defeating Howard X Miller during episode 72, but only in the English version.
  9. 9.0 9.1 This card is sent from the top of his deck to the Graveyard via the effect of Monster Register during episode 72.
  10. This card can be seen in his hand after Howard X Miller activates Purse with a Hole during episode 72, but only in the Japanese version.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 This card can be seen in his hand after Howard X Miller activates Purse with a Hole during episode 72, but only in the English version.
  12. This card is discarded to activate the effect of Neo-Spacian Aqua Dolphin during episode 62.
  13. This card is lent to Jaden by Atticus Rhodes and is present in his deck for episodes 93 and 94 only.
  14. This card is sent from the top of his deck to the Graveyard via Card Trooper's effect during episode 119 in place of Necro Gardna in the English version.
  15. 15.0 15.1 This card can be seen in his hand before he summons Elemental Hero Flame Wingman to destroy a wall and allow his group to escape in episode 122.
  16. This card is present in his deck only in episode 134.
  17. This card is lent to Jaden by Jesse Anderson and is present in his deck only in episodes 153, 154 and 155.
  18. This card can be seen in his hand during episode 123.
  19. This card is acquired by Jaden in episode 136.
  20. This card can be seen when Jaden checks through his deck before his duel with Axel Brodie in episode 109.
  21. This card can be seen face-up on the table in Jaden's Graveyard during episode 131.
  22. This card is shown on the ground in a flashback during episode 141 when a member of Goblin Elite Attack Force tells Zane and Aster about The Supreme King.
  23. This card is discarded to activate Super Polymerization during episode 140.
  24. This card was slipped into Jaden's deck by Sartorius and was present in it only in episodes 170 and 171.
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 This card can be seen when he searches his deck to send a Neo-Spacian to the Graveyard with Convert Contact during episode 160.
  26. This card was played as a fusion of Elemental Hero Neos and Yubel. It is an Effect Monster in the TCG/OCG.
  27. This card is sent from the top of his deck to the Graveyard via the effect of Sowing of the Fool during episode 171.
  28. This card can be seen in his hand after it draws it via the effect of Space Gift during episode 160.
  29. This card can be seen in his hand during episode 161.
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