Mako Tsunami (AKA the freaky fish guy)
- "I am not a freaky fish guy!"
A water duelist who is mocked for his obsession with fish, something he hates.
- Amusing Injuries: Attempted on Yugi, successfully employed against Grandpa, who he impales with a harpoon.
- Berserk Button: Being called a Freaky Fish Guy. He eventually comes to accept it, however.Joey: "You're not just a Freaky Fish Guy, you are the Freaky Fish Guy!"
- Blade on a Stick: He loves chucking harpoons at things.
- Boisterous Bruiser: He's very loud and energetic.
- Cargo Ship: He was married to the Ocean at one point. Then they divorced and he dated an Aquarium before getting back together with the Ocean.
- Memetic Mutation: Lampshaded, "freaky fish guy" went this route after Season 1. Joey convinces Mako to embrace his reputation as this because giving the fandom a meme and a Running Gag is more contribution than many other characters can claim, and he should be proud of it.
- No Social Skills: None, whatsoever. It's why he threw a harpoon at Yugi when they first met, because he didn't know how to ask him to stay.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Lampshaded by Téa.
- Would Hurt a Child: Threw a harpoon at a kid who called him a freaky fish guy.Mako: What? That could have been anyone's harpoon!
Prof. Hawkins's granddaughter, she first appears in episode 20 where she challenges Yugi for Solomon's Blue Eyes White Dragon, until she learns that it was ripped in half. Later returns in episode 65, where she appears to have developed an obvious crush on Yugi, who seems oblivious about it. In general, She's not quite right in the head, as evidenced by her friend, Teddy, who may or may not be the Devil himself.
- Abhorrent Admirer: While he doesn't exactly find her abhorrent, Yugi clearly does not reciprocate Rebecca's crush on him.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: Subverted. Following her apology, Yugi gives her the card he won at Duelist Kingdom... then promptly shoots down the poor girl's dreams.Rebecca: Does this make me the King of Card Games?
Yugi: Hell no.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Despite Rebacca's prominence as a recurring character in Season 4, Teddy is nowhere to be found. Rebecca mentions he's no longer around after the bikers blow up her house.
- Companion Cube: Teddy.
- Deceased Parents Are the Best: In Episode 70, when her house explodes, she makes an offhand comment about her parents being in there the last time that happened. It's implied that Teddy was responsible for that.
- Friendless Background: She says this in Episode 70.
- Hollywood Satanism: Heavily implied with Teddy. Rebecca herself, not so much, though she acts completely ignorant of Teddy's blatant evilness.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's a massive jerk to everyone, but ultimately has good intentions. Sort of.
- Likes Older Men: She's much younger than Yugi, whom she has a crush on.
- Nightmare Fetishist: To a certain degree. Aside from having owned a satanic teddy bear, she made a necklace out of the Orichalcos stone that Yugi took from "Bro" as a keepsake to remember Yugi by.Rebecca: That just makes it more romantic!
- No Indoor Voice: Her concept of indoor voices is literally nonexistent when she reappears.
- Self-Proclaimed Love Interest: To Yugi as of Season 4.
- Skewed Priorities:
Rebecca: YOU TORE IT! YOU RUINED THE COLLECTOR'S VALUE! HOW AM I GOING TO SELL IT ON EBAY NOW? SATAN WILL BE VERY ANGRY!
- She duels Yugi, makes him concede the match, and gets Solomon's Blue-Eyes. She gets upset when she realizes the card has been destroyed, but only because she won't be able to sell it on eBay.
Rebecca: Serves you right for being a boy who isn't Yugi!
- To a much lesser extent, she kicks Tristan in the shin after he calls her grandfather dumb, but the reason she gives for doing it?
- Tempting Fate: Episode 70 has Rebecca saying she enjoys the secluded life with his grandpa before Bikers kidnap him.Rebecca: Life couldn't be more peaceful. *cue bikers coming by helicopter right away*
- "Jagshemash! My name is Shadi!"
Shadi is the ancient guardian of the Millennium Items, but he's not very good at his job since they kept getting stolen.
- Captain Ersatz: Of Borat.Yugi: I suppose it could be worse. You could be acting like Brüno (2009).
- Catchphrase: "Jagshemash!"
- Dead All Along: Parodied. At one point, he just randomly tells Ishizu and Marik that he's a ghost. They ask what that has to do with anything.
- Gratuitous Foreign Language: His Catchphrase, "Jagshemash", is a bastardization of Polish phrase "Jak się masz" ("How do you do").note
- How Do You Say: Invokes it on occasion.
- Jerkass: "I am, how you say, kind of a dick."
- Politically Incorrect Hero: "Man will become like the animal, animal will become like the dirt, and dirt will become like the Jew."
- Spirit Advisor: Subverted, as he only shows up if absolutely necessary, mostly to screw with people or tell them information that they already know, then leaves without actually helping them.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Completely disappears from the story after Season 2 without a trace. Although he might make a return in the final arc.
The Egyptian God Cards
Monster cards created by Maximillion Pegasus. They are children's trading cards with the powers of actual Egyptian gods, confirmation if ever needed that card games are serious business. They are Obelisk the Tormentor, Slypher the Executive Producer and Mega Ultra Chicken. Come Season 4 they have their original names again.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: They're so huge that they can tower over buildings.
- Berserk Button: They do not take having a counterfeit of them being used.Mega Ultra Chicken: INSOLENCE!!! YOU HAVE ANGERED THE GOD OF TRADING CARDS! NOW YOU WILL NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY!!
- Bolt of Divine Retribution: What happens to anyone who presses the aforementioned Berserk Button.
- Insistent Terminology: At one point Marik flubs the name of "Mega Ultra Chicken" much to Yami's annoyance.Yami: I thought it was called "Mega Ultra Chicken".Marik: Oh, that's right. I guess I forgot.Yami: That is inexcusable. You should be ashamed of yourself!Marik: I mean, it's just a trading card...Yami: Stop ruining Yu-Gi-Oh!, Marik!
- Large Ham: See Berserk Button.
- Odd Name Out: Initially, Obelisk is the only one not to have his name changed from the original anime. Probably so LK can use the "TOR-MEEEEENT!" clip for it.
- Physical God: Yes, in both card games and real life. Their magic is potent enough to effect the real world to the extent where Ra can summon lightning to shower down on those who offend him.
- Running Gagged: The joke names were seeming dropped at the end of Season 3. In a clip show where the original names are used, characters repeatedly snark "I don't know why it's called that!" / "Nobody does, it isn't funny!"
The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future
- "FIVE THOUSAND YEARS AGO..."
A robot from the future or the past maybe? It appears to Kaiba in visions to help him. Or at least, it tries to. Mostly it just annoys and confuses him.
- The Cameo: Returns in The Stinger for Bonds Beyond Time Abridged.
- Flat-Earth Atheist: Parodied. He tries to convince Kaiba that there is no God. Except, in the Yu-Gi-Oh world, the Egyptian Gods are real (and that's not even getting into the gods of the other Yu-Gi-Oh 'verses. The fact that he may or may be part of Kaiba's subconsciousness, who is himself one of these, may have something to do with it.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: He claims he's Kaiba's father. Likely untrue.
- Shout-Out: Based on- no, the exact same character from Aqua Teen Hunger Force except that he's voiced by Little Kuriboh now.
- Spirit Advisor: To Kaiba. In theory.
- Talkative Loon: He talks a lot when he appears, but little of it makes sense.
- Unreliable Narrator: Never trust anything he says. He'll effectively Retcon it with his next appearance. This is, however, precisely what his humour revolves around.
- "HOBSON SMASH!"
Some "giant-faced mutant" Gozaburo hired as a Butler. Appears in Kaiba's flashback during The Cancelled Series. Also is the one who helped Seto take the company away from Gozaburo by giving his shares.
- Adaptational Heroism: Not as much compared to his Season Zero counterpart, but Hobson in the second anime was Sadist Teacher who mistreated Kaiba on Gozaburo's instructions. This one hates Gozaburo for mistreating him, and eventually helps Seto take over KaibaCorp.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: In one scene, he is seen plotting to one day smash everything and force his masters to do silverware as a vengeance for Gozaburo's bad treatment. Then Mokuba arrives, politely asks him a service, and thanks and praises him when he agrees. Hobson immediately decides he won't smash Mokuba because of this. This might also be the reason he betrayed Gozaburo gave his shares to Seto.
- The Dog Bites Back: Plans to do this to Gozaburo. He eventually does so by helping Seto get the company.
- Expy: Of The Incredible Hulk.
- Gonk: The reason Seto refers to him as a mutant.
- Hulk Speak: "HOBSON SMASH!"
- I Regret Nothing: When he helps Seto take control of Kaiba Corporation from Gozaburo, Gozaburo is shocked that Hobson would betray him. Hobson's response?Hobson: HOBSON REGRET NOTHING.
- No Indoor Voice: Constantly yells his lines out loud.
- Third-Person Person: Comes with Hulk Speak.
- Wrestler in All of Us: Pursued his dream of becoming a wrestler after Kaiba overthrew Gozaburo for control over Kaiba Corp.
Dark Magician Girl
- "Why does everyone wanna have sex in front of me?!"
The Distaff Counterpart of Yugi's ace card, the Dark Magician. In Season 4, the Duel Monster spirit that the card is based on calls forth The Chosen Ones note to awaken three legendary dragons and save the world from the Great Leviathan.
- Buxom Is Better: The Pharaoh likes pointing this out.
- A Date with Rosie Palms: In her debut, a caption on the screen claims that "somewhere, a Yu-Gi-Oh! fan is touching themselves".
- Distaff Counterpart: To the Dark Magician.
- Going Commando: During Téa's Imagine Spot in Episode 49, Yugi claims that she watched a play about the Dark Magician Girl. During the play, she's not wearing any underwear during what would otherwise be a Panty Shot.
- Innocent Fanservice Girl: Seems unaware or indifferent about how attractive she is to other people.
- Ms. Exposition: Her role at the beginning of Season 4.
- Ms. Fanservice: As is the case in the real series, she's considered a sex symbol in-universe and in real life. One Running Gag with her is the Pharaoh pointing this out. Even Seto Kaiba thinks she's sexy, as he complains about Pegasus turning the hottest card in the game into a five-year-old by making the Toon Dark Magician Girl.
- Only Sane Man: To the likes of Yami Yugi and Seto Kaiba.
- Remember the New Guy?: In Téa's Imagine Spot in Episode 49, Yugi shows her the Dark Magician Girl card and claims that it's her favourite card despite her never having seen it before.
- Rule 34: In-Universe. Jaden has "Two Dark Magician Girls, One Pot of Greed" bookmarked on his computer.
- Running Gag:
- The Pharaoh usually refers to her as something along the lines of "Dark Magician With Boobies" or "Dark Magician Who Got it Goin' On" rather than Dark Magician Girl.
- In Season 4, whenever she tries to get The Chosen Ones to fulfill their destiny, they initially misinterpret it as a prompt that leads to a lot of sexual innuendo, much to her dismay.
- Suddenly Voiced: In Bonds Beyond Time Abridged, she asks Dark Magician why they can talk in the movie. He tells her that A Wizard Did It. Starting with Season 4, she becomes a full character with dialogue.
- That Came Out Wrong: Telling Seto Kaiba to "become one with the almighty beast" when said beast is a dragon goes about as well as you'd expect.
- Toon: Like the Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon and Toon Summoned Skull, Toon Dark Magician Girl is a Super-Deformed version of a real monster, Dark Magician Girl in this case.
- Vocal Dissonance: Mostly averted, as she's voiced by a pre-transition Nowacking, but prior to Season 4, her only speaking appearance was in Bonds Beyond Time Abridged, and she was played by LittleKuriboh with an unconvincing female voice.
- A Wizard Did It: In Bonds Beyond Time Abridged, she asks the Dark Magician why the two of them are Suddenly Voiced, and this is the answer she gets.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: As with many prominent monsters in the series, they are inhumanly large. Critias alone seems to be bigger than Kaiba's Blue Eyes White Dragon (the largest of the cast's ace cards, not counting the Egyptian Gods).
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Yugi used Timaeus to defeat The Great Leviathan the first time it appears.
- Fusion Dance: As was the case in the original version, this is their schtick.
- Timeaus fuses with other monsters to form brand new monsters.
- Critias fuses with Trap Cards instead of Monster Cards to form new monsters.
- Hermos fuses with other monsters to form Equip Spell Cards that further upgrade Joeys monsters.
- Lethal Joke Weapon: The Claw of Hermos + Time Wizard = a dorky looking cartoonish hammer. That Joey still manages to use to nearly win his Duel against Mai.
- Physical God: Kaiba implied in the original dub that the dragons are as powerful as the Egyptian God Cards. Their true power level here in the Abridged series is unknown, but theyre definitely powerful enough to stand up to an Eldritch Abomination.
- Poisonous Person: Doom Virus Dragon, who is created by Kaiba fusing Critias with his Crush Card Virus, enabling it to destroy monsters with 1500 ATK or more just from being summoned.
- The Voiceless: As dragons. Once their true forms are revealed, as the Knights of Atlantis, they are rather obviously Yugi, Joey, and Kaiba in knight form.
"Gary Stu" (Shougo)
- "I don't like playing card games!"
A never-before seen character who is reportedly Yugis best friend. He hates playing card games, so Kaiba tries to kidnap him to force him to take part in a card game tournament. Only appears in The Other Abridged Movie.
- Adaptation Name Change: His name in the original movie is Shougo.
- Crossdressing Voices: Little Kuriboh's then-girlfriend Safty plays the male Gary Stu.
- Mind Rape: Watching Yugi and Kaiba duel for hours finally convinces him to love the game.
- Only Sane Man: He's the only cast member who regards Duel Monsters as a stupid card game and has no interest in playing it.
- Parody Sue: Even though he's never appeared before, hes apparently Yugis best friend that he looks up to and has a really rare card.
- Remember the New Guy?: Lampshaded.Yugi: Those bullies are being mean to Gary Stu!Joey: Who the hell is Gary Stu?Yugi: I don't know but apparently, he's my best friend.
Yugi: Gary what happened to you? You used to be so cool! I looked up to you! Which was pretty difficult since we never actually met.
- Also this:
- Serious Business: His refusal to play Duel Monsters horrifies other people, who consider him an insane freak.
- "Miho loves to dance!"
A strange, blue-haired girl that tends to appear when the Season Zero animation is used. Despite usually being seen around Yugi and his friends, they hardly ever notice shes there.
- Failed a Spot Check: Most of the time, the cast doesn't see her and mistake her voice for the wind.
- Simpleton Voice: Her speech mannerisms show that she isn't very smart.
- Stalker Without A Crush: Yugi acknowledges her a total of once, and questions as to who she is and why she's watching him play a card game with Joey. For their part, Joey and Tristan think Yugi's just crazy.
- Third-Person Person: Her few lines reveal her to be this.
- "Aw yeah! Looks like we chillin' with the King Of Games biatches! This shit be ballin'!"
The hyperactive protagonist from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, who thinks hes black, loves to spontaneously rap, and is highly disliked by other characters.
- The Artifact: Jaden's Pretty Fly for a White Guy characterization comes from a one-off joke early in the series where Joey criticized "Yu-Gi-Oh DMX," complete with an intro set to "X Gon' Give It to Ya." Since then, the show has always been referred to as GX, but Jaden's rapping remains.
- It should be noted that Jaden's entire character as a Jive Turkey is The Artifact, a Call-Back to this joke. While Jaden is now voiced by ShadyVox of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: The Abridged Series (and occasionally makes references to said series on YGOTAS), the "real" Jaden in as portrayed by Shady in GX Abridged has a completely different personality.
- Beware the Silly Ones: "Jaden's Rap", where he raps explicitly about how he drinks and does drugs, gets laid whenever and with whoever he wants, and cheats at school, until he eventually gets tired of Yami's questions and shoots him in the head.
- Boastful Rap: Jaden gladly tells Yami why he's so great.
- Breakout Character: The positive reception for Shady's various performances as Jaden has helped make the character very popular in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged community.
- Butt-Monkey: Everyone hates Jaden and makes fun of him. Played up in The Movie, to the point where he'll be called out for saying something unfunny only to have Yami laugh at the exact same gag when Yusei says it.
- Demonic Possession: Freely and cheerfully admits that his having fused with Yubel probably counts as this.
- Dumbass Has a Point: Is the one who points out how utterly stupid Paradox's plan is and how he's acting like a villain. Even Yusei agrees with him.
- Evil Overlord: He cameos in the fifth Evil Council video, playing with his dolls and pretending to be evil leader of dark forces. The Supreme King identity also appears in the An Ishtar Family Christmas special, where he joins Yami and Jack as the Three Kings.
- Hot-Blooded: He's eager to duel any time.
- Idiot Hero: By far the most passionate of the three heroes and by far the most prone to making silly mistakes.
- I Just Want to Be Special: At the Ishtar family's Christmas special, in Hank's re-telling of Jesus's birth. He shows up as one of the three kings along side Yami and Jack, yet they don't recognize him as the king of something.
- I Know Mortal Kombat: Learned parkour with Assassin's Creed.
- Informed Flaw: Played for Laughs; characters in-universe hate his rapping, but most fans find his songs catchy and love ShadyVox's voice.
- Keet: To the point that other characters can't stand him."And I'm Jaden Yuki, the cute, hyperactive one that people want to choke in his sleep!"
- Le Parkour: "It's a good thing I play a lot of Assassin's Creed."
- Leitmotif: In addition to playing during the aforementioned joke that spawned Jaden's character, "X Gon' Give It to Ya" pops up in the Jaden Vs. Yugi video and the 10th Anniversary Abridged Movie trailer.
- Mythology Gag: His character is surrounded by references to Running Gags from Shady's original Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: The Abridged Series, such as him complaining about "breaking his coccyx" in "Yugi vs. Jaden: BATTLE!" and claiming to be "Absolutely Flawless!" in the Tenth Anniversary Abridged Movie.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: At the end of the movie, he accidentally spoils the fact that Yami dies in his series, which ends up trapping him, Yami and Yusei in Subspace.Yami: Way to go, Jaden.
- Pretty Fly for a White Guy: He uses a lot of jive talk.
- Real Men Wear Pink: He's been taking ballet for six years.
- Same Character, But Different: Jaden's personality in LittleKuriboh's works is considerably different from how he's written in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: The Abridged Series, despite that version supposedly being the same as this one. To elaborate
- In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: The Abridged Series, Jaden tends to be a sarcastic asshole (and occasional Only Sane Man) to those around him and is generally deserving of the hatred and abuse he gets from them. In YGOTAS, he's more of an excitable, harmless, and dimwitted guy who others are disproportionally annoyed by.
- When describing his background to Yusei, Jaden speaks rather fondly of Duel Academy, even calling it, "a kick-ass school that teaches how to play card games." In his own series, Jaden absolutely loathes Duel Academy for being a Weirdness Magnet, and is eager to get expelled so he doesn't have to put up with that crazy place.
- Jaden seems to admire Yugi and appreciate the Winged Kuriboh card in this version. In YGXTAS, he finds the Winged Kuriboh card to be an annoying distraction at best and he hates Yugi for giving it to him.
- Also in YGXTAS when put on the stop and asked to rap, Jaden bombed and was absolutely flawed. Meanwhile LK's Jaden is a pro at rapping and can do Freestyle no problem.
- The Scrappy: In-universe. Yami and Yusei pretty much despise him and will call him out for even the slightest thing even if it isn't actually bad. The Abridged fanbase seems to think otherwise, however.
- Stepford Smiler: Implied in the Ishtar Family Christmas special.
- Surrounded by Idiots: While he doesn't feel this way in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series anywhere near as much as in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX The Abridged Series, he plays himself as this in Evil Council 5 when pretending to be a villain leading the forces of evil.
- What the Hell, Hero?: A milder example. When Yugi tries mocking him for having "imaginary friends", his only response is, "Oh, right, look who's talking."
One of Jaden's two "imaginary friends", aka "the demon living inside my head." Actually a living spirit residing in the actual card "Yubel."
- Ambiguous Gender: Yubel is canonically genderless, but seems to prefer being called a female by both herself and the cast.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Farted on Yusei because she believed that he'd insulted Jaden. He didn't, and he never noticed her.
- Demoted to Extra: Only has one line in the entire series.
- Spirit Advisor: To Jaden, in theory. At least, it's her role in the canon.
A side character from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX who accompanies Jaden in Bonds Beyond Time in spirit form.
- Asian and Nerdy: Constantly made fun of.
- Catchphrase: "I'm Asian!" and variations thereof.
- Demoted to Extra
- Satellite Character: He really only exists to cheer Jaden on and refer to his Asian-ness. ShadyVox's Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: The Abridged Series does give him a more fleshed out personality, though he's a more prominent character there.
- "Jack! ...I came again."
The protagonist of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds. He's one of the saner characters in the series, despite the fact that he dates his bike. He has an incredibly nice voice.
- Adaptation Personality Change: As noted below, he's a bit more selfish and cold compared to how he is in source material.
- Abhorrent Admirer: Aki is his; she adores him but Yusei wants nothing to do with her.
- Anime Hair: Ironically, he freaks out at the sight of the hair of the other characters when his is just as bad.
- Aroused by Their Voice: Deliberately played up it seems. Lampshaded in the movie when he introduces himself to Yugi."I'm the serious one with a voice that makes the fangirls swoon".
- Berserk Button: Do not call his bike smelly.
- Canada, Eh?: From the credits of Bonds Beyond Time Abridged, it says "Every time Yusei slips into a Canadian accent, take a drink"."Withoot"
- Cargo Ship: His motorcycle is his girlfriend. He prefers it over girls because girls are smelly.
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: To Jack and Jaden.
- Comedic Sociopathy: He regards the day Jack Atlas destroyed the city during a mic test as the worst day of his life on the grounds that he couldn't get laid due to everyone being too busy burning to death.
- The Comically Serious: Very much so. Though he rarely makes actual jokes, he's still hilarious.
- Girls Have Cooties: "Girls are smelly."
- Hypocritical Humor:
- Believes whole-heartedly of The Power of Friendship almost as much Tea does, yet he's the most hostile of the Yu-Gi-Oh! protagonists.
- Constantly criticizes the absurd hairstyles of his fellow protagonists, even though his hair is just as ridiculous.
- Jizzed in My Pants: He has a medical condition developed from riding on a motorcycle for long periods of time that gave him "a hair-trigger down there."
- The Modest Orgasm: "Jack? I came again."
- Only Sane Man: He's rather intelligent and competent as far as this series goes.
- The Power of Friendship: An honest-to-goodness believer, despite the fact that their antics (Jack and Jaden) and assholery (Yugi) annoy him most of the time.
- Smug Super: He's quite confident in his dueling ability, to the point of declaring that he won any duel regardless of whether or not there was any victor or if they even dueled at all.
- Straight Man: The smart and sane to Jack's loud and stupid. And Yugi and Jaden to some extent.
- Tranquil Fury:
Another main character from 5D's. Likes CARD GAMES ON MOTORCYCLES and has No Indoor Voice.
- Big "WHAT?!": Utters one any time that Yusei tells him that he came.
- Catchphrase: "CARD GAMES ON MOTORCYCLES!" Later "re-branded" to "DUEL MONSTERS ON D-WHEELS!"
- Cloudcuckoolander: Thinks Paradox is Waldo of Where's Waldo? when Yusei spots him in an old picture, and thinks the ash of the crumbling city is snow.
- The Ditz: Jack is pretty much Tristan's only rival for the dumbest character on the show.Godwin: Jack, I will double your paycheck if you never say [card games on motorcycles] again.
Jack: WHAT'S TWO TIMES ONE MILLION?
Godwin: Two million, Jack.
Jack: THEN I WILL STOP SAYING THAT. BUT ONLY BECAUSE I LIKE HAVING MORE MONEY.
- Forgetful Jones: He was surprised to find out that he used to be in a band. He's forgotten again before the end of the conversation.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Yusei, although at one point they're called "Slightly homo life partners".
- Hypocritical Humor: Calls Paradox a dick for stealing Yusei's Stardust Dragon card, before admitting "I know I did it in season one, but uh... He's a dick!"
- Large Ham: HE'S ALWAYS SHOUTING AT THE TOP OF HIS VOICE LIKE THIS!Godwin: Jack, we need to talk.
Jack: I MOSTLY JUST LIKE TO YELL.
Godwin: Fine, I'll talk, you can yell.
- No Indoor Voice: So much so that Jack shouting into a microphone caused the Zero Reverse.Yusei: The strange part is that the microphone wasn't even plugged in.
- Not Even Bothering with the Accent: He's supposed to be Cockney. This is parodied by dubbing his voice over a clip from "Crocodile" Dundee.
- Politically Incorrect Hero: He calls Jaden a "puff"note twice in the Ishtar Family Christmas special because of the way his Supreme King costume looked.
- Simpleton Voice: He sounds as dumb as he is.
Aki Izayoi/Akiza Izinski
The female lead of 5D's. She is desperately in love with Yusei, but it's highly unlikely to go anywhere since he's dating his motorcycle.
- Abhorrent Admirer: She adores Yusei but he wants nothing to do with her.
- All Women Are Lustful: Aki is almost as horny for Yusei as Tea is for Yami.
- Aroused by Their Voice: She tries to pull it on Yusei but he shoots her down, telling her it does nothing for him.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: For Yusei.
- Self-Proclaimed Love Interest: To Yusei, who's already dating his motorcycle.
- Anime Hair: As is tradition for the series.
- Catchphrase: EXTREME!!!!!
- Flat Character: Justified in that ZEXAL hadn't even premiered when Bonds Beyond Time was uploaded, and so had no actual character to parody beyond his "extreme" design.
- No Indoor Voice: Shouts all the time.
- Out of Focus: The only Yu-Gi-Oh! protagonist besides Yuya, Yusaku and Yuga to never have a solo spotlight. Yuya, Yusaku and Yuga, meanwhile, don't even appear in the show.
- Totally Radical: "Get set to get decked, motherf*ckers, yeah!"
The Slender Man, aka Jack Slenderman
The Slender Man. Know him. Fear him. Give him $20 or he'll ruin your movie. And possibly eat some kids along the way. Was formerly Bakura's college roommate, and has made several guest appearances in the spinoff videos, though he hasn't appeared in the actual material. Yet. Appeared as the Third Angel in LittleKuriboh's Card Games For Charity NGE One-Shot.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: He still eats people, but genuinely wants to be Marik and Bakura's friend. In the Let's Plays of the Slender Games, his appearances, which are usually meant to be terrifying, include him joining in on singing his theme song, asking for a place to stay the night, and cheerfully telling them that he's going to kill them in 10 seconds.
- Affably Evil: He drives people insane and eats children, but disapproves of talking at the cinema.
- Attention Whore: "I would like to be in the movie. Could I be in the movie?"
- Canon Foreigner: Yeah, was anyone expecting Slender Man to be a prominent character at any point?
- Catchphrase: "Hey, Guys!"
- Child Eater: He thinks Marik's script needs better dialogue, more explosions, and dead children - I mean, Kurt Russell.
- Cloudcuckoolander: His idea of an amusing prank is to pose as a store mannequin and swallow people whole. He seems to regard killing them as secondary to ruining their shopping trip.
- Did We Just Have Tea with Cthulhu?: He personifies this trope quite nicely.
- Drop-In Character: Becomes this on Marik Plays Bloodlines.Marik: Man, our neighbours suck, Bakura.
- Eyeless Face: Upgrades from The Blank to this in Concrete Giraffes.
- Humanoid Abomination: Though he seems pretty friendly.
- It's What I Do: Eating children.
- Large Ham: He's another loud character.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Which he uses offstage.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Several steps down from his regular characterization, but he still has his moments.
- Pop-Cultured Badass: Enjoys 90s kids shows such as Tiny Toons and Freakazoid.
- Spotlight-Stealing Squad: In-universe, when he wrestles away control of Concrete Giraffes from Marik, making himself the main character.
- Voice of the Legion: And it's hilarious. Except for the last few seconds of Marik Plays Slender.