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* BigEater: Yuma’s story in ''Tag Force Special'' reveals him to be one.

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* BigEater: Yuma’s story in ''Tag Force Special'' reveals him to be one. Taken to ExtremeOmnivore levels in the first 3 Tag Force games where it is hinted that he is the only other person, asides Jaden, who likes ''[[LethalChef Banner's cooking]]''.


!!Megumi Rain ''(Reyna)''

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!!Megumi Rain ''(Reyna)''!!No Money Yayoi ''(Rei)''



* ArmyOfThievesAndWhores: Tag Force 4 has her wielding the Dark Scorpions.
* BoisterousBruiser: She's eager for a fight when provoked; and her Amazoness deck will answer in kind.
* DistinguishingMark: Her correctional facility tattoo mark is heart shaped, which is weird even by Sector Security standards to have done that.
* IWasQuiteALooker: Between Tag Force 4 to Tag Force 5, her hair isn't as long as it was, preferring for a short, almost raggedy style.
* TragicPast: Never revealed in game, but her stronger decks drop the Amazoness monsters for a generic dark deck loaded with various effects, with it's Japanese title being "The Path That Led Me Astray."
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!!Megumi Rain ''(Reyna)''
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!!Misaki Jackal ''(Ida)''

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!!Misaki Jackal ''(Ida)''!!Hideyuki Takahashi ''(Jaime)''


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^ AchillesHeel: Can't do much without A-Counters on all of his decks.
* AlienTropes: Runs various Aliens of multiple species.
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: He drops the Aliens in Tag Force special for the Infernoid monsters, with Gren Maju Da Eiza serving as backup muscle for end-game.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Just like the card game proper, Aliens don't have much of an option against decks like Gladiator Beasts or any deck that gets rid of A-Counters.

!!Misaki Jackal ''(Ida)''
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(Note: Only characters that are original to the games shall be put here. Characters from ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' and ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', from which the games are based off, can be found [[Characters/YuGiOhGX here]] and [[Character/YuGiOh5Ds here]].)

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(Note: Only characters that are original to the games shall be put here. Characters from ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' and ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', from which the games are based off, can be found [[Characters/YuGiOhGX here]] and [[Character/YuGiOh5Ds [[Characters/YuGiOh5Ds here]].)

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** CoolLoser: Sometimes his skill is underestimated because of his looks.


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* UnderestimatingBadassery: Sometimes the characters in stories give him this treatment. Of course he always proves them wrong.


* RoboticReveal: In Primo's storyline in Tag Force 5, he's actually a duel robot from the future that Primo brought with him but lost his memories in the process.

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* RoboticReveal: In Primo's storyline story line in Tag Force 5, he's actually a duel robot from the future that Primo brought with him but lost his memories in the process.



!!Kitaki Mei''(Maggie)''

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!!Kitaki Mei''(Maggie)''Mei ''(Maggie)''



!!Terence''

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!!Terence''!!Yuji Kubo ''(Terence)''
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!!Simon''
* CasanovaWanabe: In Tag Force 5, Sherry notes that his ruse of being a ladies' man is a sham and he's actually quite a manipulative jerk.
* LetsGetDangerous: His deck in Tag Force 5 is a Cy-Caliber deck which relies on a simple beatdown strategy using those monsters, but his spell and trap lineup are both efficient and as simple as a Gadget deck's lineup and thus can easily dismantle a player from either row.

!!Yukiko Umino ''(Kami)''



* MakingASplash: Usually fights with Water-Attribute monsters, preferring to use Fish-Type decks.
* NoblewomansLaugh: Only heard in the Japanese version.
* TheOjou
* RichBitch: Gives off this vibe.

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* MakingASplash: Usually fights with Water-Attribute monsters, preferring to use Fish-Type decks.
* NoblewomansLaugh: Only heard in the Japanese version.
* TheOjou
* RichBitch: Gives off this vibe.

!!Yasuhiko Tanaka ''(Simon)''




!!Yukino Fujiwara ''(Wisteria)''

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\n!!Yukino Fujiwara ''(Wisteria)''* CasanovaWannabe: In Tag Force 5, Sherry notes that his ruse of being a ladies' man is a sham and he's actually quite a manipulative jerk.
* LetsGetDangerous: His deck in Tag Force 5 is a Cy-Caliber deck which relies on a simple beatdown strategy using those monsters, but his spell and trap lineup are both efficient and as simple as a Gadget deck's lineup and thus can easily dismantle a player from either row.



* AloofDarkHairedGirl: In the Japanese version, she even has a voice similar to Creator/YuuAsakawa.
* ApocalypseMaiden: In ''Tag Force 5'', her deck revolved around getting out Demise: King of Armageddon. Depending on the deck, it could also be used with Geartown to get out Ancient Gear Gadjiltron Dragon.
* GirlishPigtails
* MakingASplash: In ''Tag Force 6'', she uses a Gishki deck.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Meat buns. Not present in the international versions.
* UnexplainedAccent: Somehow gets a southern accent in Tag Force 5 (or at least, her speech seems to be more of an American Southern accent).
* ZettaiRyouiki: With pink stockings.

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* AloofDarkHairedGirl: In the Japanese version, she even has a voice similar to Creator/YuuAsakawa.
* ApocalypseMaiden: In ''Tag Force 5'', her deck revolved around getting out Demise: King of Armageddon. Depending on the deck, it could also be used with Geartown to get out Ancient Gear Gadjiltron Dragon.
* GirlishPigtails
* MakingASplash: In ''Tag Force 6'', she uses a Gishki deck.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Meat buns. Not present in the international versions.
* UnexplainedAccent: Somehow gets a southern accent in Tag Force 5 (or at least, her speech seems to be more of an American Southern accent).
* ZettaiRyouiki: With pink stockings.

!!Yukiko Umino ''(Kami)''




!!Yuma Miyata ''(Yuma)''

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\n!!Yuma Miyata ''(Yuma)''* MakingASplash: Usually fights with Water-Attribute monsters, preferring to use Fish-Type decks.
* NoblewomansLaugh: Only heard in the Japanese version.
* TheOjou
* RichBitch: Gives off this vibe.


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!!Yukino Fujiwara ''(Wisteria)''
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* AloofDarkHairedGirl: In the Japanese version, she even has a voice similar to Creator/YuuAsakawa.
* ApocalypseMaiden: In ''Tag Force 5'', her deck revolved around getting out Demise: King of Armageddon. Depending on the deck, it could also be used with Geartown to get out Ancient Gear Gadjiltron Dragon.
* GirlishPigtails
* MakingASplash: In ''Tag Force 6'', she uses a Gishki deck.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Meat buns. Not present in the international versions.
* UnexplainedAccent: Somehow gets a southern accent in Tag Force 5 (or at least, her speech seems to be more of an American Southern accent).
* ZettaiRyouiki: With pink stockings.
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!!Yuma Miyata ''(Yuma)''
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* PlayingWithFire: Uses a burn strategy.

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* PlayingWithFire: Uses a burn strategy. She can use stall cards and one of her aces in Tag Force 5 is RapidFire Magician, using it's ability with a ton of spell cards to quickly burn away your lps.




* GlassCannon: Her aces are the Sphinx monsters, and she can quickly get them out; but her only means of doing so is using the Pyramid of Light, and she doesn't protect it as well as she should.



* OddManOut: Her Six Samurai deck has a normal scorpion monster in her deck as her favorite card which the player can't remove. The only reason for it seems to be to mess with the player's consistency.



!!Terence''
* BoringButPractical: His normal monster decks just utilize their powerful normal support and beat down the player. His Gemini Deck focuses on using the powerful fusion monster and gemini support cards to do the same; but with additional effects.
* DishingOutDirt: Most of his decks use the earth attribute, normal monsters, or Gemini Monsters.
* MightyGlacier: Most of his decks lack speed; requiring a tribute for draw power or just not needing to be fast.

!!Simon''
* CasanovaWanabe: In Tag Force 5, Sherry notes that his ruse of being a ladies' man is a sham and he's actually quite a manipulative jerk.
* LetsGetDangerous: His deck in Tag Force 5 is a Cy-Caliber deck which relies on a simple beatdown strategy using those monsters, but his spell and trap lineup are both efficient and as simple as a Gadget deck's lineup and thus can easily dismantle a player from either row.



* MakingASplash: Uses a Fish-Type deck.

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* MakingASplash: Uses a Usually fights with Water-Attribute monsters, preferring to use Fish-Type deck.decks.


* {{Expy}}: Of [[PokemonRed Red]]. He actually bears a striking resemblance to the older Red depicted in many fan arts.

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* {{Expy}}: Of [[PokemonRed [[VideoGame/PokemonRed Red]]. He actually bears a striking resemblance to the older Red depicted in many fan arts.



* [[LevelUpAtIntimacy5 Level-Up At 2nd Heart]]: He can start editing his current partner's Deck after completing this point.

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* [[LevelUpAtIntimacy5 LevelUpAtIntimacy5: Level-Up At 2nd Heart]]: Heart: He can start editing his current partner's Deck after completing this point.


* EscapistCharacter: He's the player character, and he's also treated as hypercompetent and hangs out with just about everyone.

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* EscapistCharacter: He's the player character, and he's also treated as hypercompetent and hangs out with just about everyone.


** And comes to an end on VideoGame/YuGiOhDuelLinks where (given your avatars are the original anime characters) he appears as an absurdly powerful NPC that gives extra experience when you defeat him.

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** And comes to an end on VideoGame/YuGiOhDuelLinks ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDuelLinks'' where (given your avatars are the original anime characters) he appears as an absurdly powerful NPC that gives extra experience when you defeat him.

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** And comes to an end on VideoGame/YuGiOhDuelLinks where (given your avatars are the original anime characters) he appears as an absurdly powerful NPC that gives extra experience when you defeat him.


* AloofDarkHairedGirl: In the Japanese version, she even has a voice similar to YuuAsakawa.

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* AloofDarkHairedGirl: In the Japanese version, she even has a voice similar to YuuAsakawa.Creator/YuuAsakawa.


* HelloInsertNameHere: As a result, he is generally known by his [[FanNickname Fan Nicknames]] "Hat Guy", "Red Hat", and "[[{{Konami}} Konami]]-[[AuthorAvatar kun]]".

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* HelloInsertNameHere: As a result, he is generally known by his [[FanNickname Fan Nicknames]] "Hat Guy", "Red Hat", and "[[{{Konami}} Konami]]-[[AuthorAvatar "{{Creator/Konami}}[=-=][[AuthorAvatar kun]]".


* GenderBender: In ''Tag Force 3'', the player has a female counterpart that can be seen in Bastion Misawa's ending picture. None of the other games share this female protagonist, but she essentially looks exactly like her male counterpart, but with long hair that reachers her lower back.



* GenderBender: In ''Tag Force 3'', the player has a female counterpart that can be seen in Bastion Misawa's ending picture. None of the other games share this female protagonist, but she essentially looks exactly like her male counterpart, but with long hair that reachers her lower back.

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* GenderBender: In NotAMorningPerson: Some conversations in ''Tag Force 3'', the player has a female counterpart 2'' imply that can be seen he's even worse than '''Jaden''' when it comes to waking up early in Bastion Misawa's ending picture. None of the other games share this female protagonist, but she essentially looks exactly like her male counterpart, but with long hair that reachers her lower back.morning.


* {{Badass}}
** BackToBackBadasses: With whoever he partners with in the ''Tag Force'' games.

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* {{Badass}}
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BackToBackBadasses: With whoever he partners with in the ''Tag Force'' games.

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