Chancellor Sheppard

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Chancellor Sheppard
Chancellor Sheppard
Names
English
  • Sheppard
Japanese translatedSamejima
OtherMaster Sheppard
Japanese
Japanese鮫島
RōmajiSamejima
Personal
Height
  • 1.828 m <br />5.997 ft <br />71.969 in <br />182.8 cm[1]
Gender
  • Male
  • Career
  • Education
OccupationChancellor
OrganizationCyber Style dojo
SchoolDuel Academy
  • Duelist
Tournament Position
Pair Duel Tournament Top 8 (with Ms. Dorothy)
TeamCyber Style (WC 2008)
Anime DeckCyber Style
Other Decks
WC 2008Master Sheppard
Appearances
Manga debutYu-Gi-Oh! GX Chapter 1: "A New Hero!!"
Anime debutYu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 1: "The Next King of Games"
Video game debutYu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy
Appears in
MangaYu-Gi-Oh! GX
AnimeYu-Gi-Oh! GX
Game Boy AdvanceYu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy
Nintendo DS
PlayStation 2Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force Evolution
PSP
Voice actors
English
Japanese
Other languages
ItalianMarco Balbi
Sheppard, Chancellor

Sheppard, known as Samejima (鮫島) in Japan, is the chancellor of Duel Academy.

Personality[edit]

Sheppard has all the traits of a beloved school headmaster, being both a strict disciplinarian and a child at heart. He has been known to stand up and cheer when watching a particularly exciting Duel, and covets a kiss from Ms. Dorothy enough to make it a prize for winning competitions.

Biography[edit]

During the first year he recruits Jaden Yuki, Alexis Rhodes, Chazz Princeton, Zane Truesdale, Bastion Misawa, Crowler and Banner to guard the seven Spirit Gates from the Shadow Riders. When Kagemaru arrives at Academy Island, Sheppard is the first to recognize him as the school's superintendent.

Cyber Style training

In the second year, he left the job to Crowler. He leaves the school to invite Duelists to the Genex Tournament and to confront Zane. Sheppard meets Zane in a monastery on top of a mountain, where Zane seemingly trained as a Duelist when he was a child. Although Sheppard loses when Zane betrays his "Cyber End Dragon", he gives Zane a Genex Medallion and invites him to the tournament. Then he returns near the end of the second year to reclaim his job.

At the start of third year he is concerned that his best Duelist Jaden is still in the lowest rank dorm, hoping that Thelonious Viper whom he has just hired would push the boy into advancement. (In the original Japanese version, he wanted Viper to help Jaden continue to grow as a Duelist.) At the end of the third season, during a meeting with Crowler, he decides he will begin a search for the remaining students who disappeared in the Abandoned Dorm.

In the fourth season, Jaden requests Sheppard to be allowed to leave immediately as he felt that all the major bad things at the school were because of him and he knew another threat was approaching. Sheppard was shocked at this, but he gets a phone call and asks Jaden to go to the island volcano, which Jaden reluctantly does. Later he and Ms. Dorothy would participate in the Duel Pair Tournament, but are beaten by Jaden and Alexis. Much later, he is targeted and beaten by Makoto Inotsume as part of the latter's plan to destroy the Cyber-Style.

After Nightshroud is defeated, Sheppard gives the graduating students their diplomas during the graduation ceremony.

Other appearances[edit]

Tag Force[edit]

Chancellor Sheppard welcomes the player at the beginning of each of the games. He can be found in his office at all times of the day until nighttime, and does not duel at any point of the games.

Spirit Caller[edit]

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Chancellor Sheppard, in Spirit Caller

Chancellor Sheppard appears as a supporting character, welcoming students to Duel Academy on the player's first day at the island. As the game progresses, he can be seen commenting on various events involving Duel Academy at large as well as organizing the tournament during the second year. He does not duel the player at any point of the game.

Deck[edit]

Sheppard plays a Cyber-Ogre Deck, one with a strategy distinct from Zane's. Sheppard's Deck takes a more indirect approach, where he can turn his opponent's cards against them in both a physical and a metaphorical sense. Such cards include "Cyber Shadow Gardna" (a Trap Monster that can copy the ATK of the monster it is battling) and "Scrap Fusion" (which allows the user to Summon a Fusion Monster from their opponent's Fusion Deck). His most prominent cards are "Cyber Ogre" and its Fusion counterpart, "Cyber Ogre 2," both of which gain additional ATK when battling an opponent's monster.

Anime Deck

Duels[edit]

Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome
Zane Truesdale 83 Lose
Jaden Yuki and Alexis Rhodes 161 Lose (with Ms. Dorothy)
Makoto Inotsume 163 Lose

References[edit]

  1. "Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Characters height guide". September 13, 2013. 
  2. hi-net.zaq.ne.jp Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters cast

Notes[edit]

  1. This card is discarded to activate "Monster Reincarnation" in episode 83.
  2. This card is Set in episode 83, but is not activated.