Jasmine (Spirit Caller)
|Japanese translated||Junko Makurada|
|Video game debut||Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller|
|Jasmine (Spirit Caller)|
The player can duel Jasmine after defeating Chazz. Jasmine gets the feeling that the player is trying to get close to Alexis. However Alexis is only interested in strong Duelists, so Jasmine Duels him to see how skilled he is.
After the player defeats Jasmine and Mindy a number of times, someone sends him a message, claiming to be Alexis and asking him to meet her at the girl's dormitory. When he arrives, he is spotted by Jasmine and Mindy, who assume he is up to no good and sound the alarm that he is intruding. When the player beats Alexis in a Duel, Jasmine is surprised that Alexis lost. Alexis confides to Mindy and Jasmine afterwards that she did indeed send the message because she wanted to Duel the player.
Jasmine can be found in the Girls' Dorm, near the Boys Dorm, and by the east of Duel Academy.
Jasmine can give the player 1 copy of any of the following cards each time she is defeated.
- Jasmine sends the player this message after registering her as a contact.
Subject: Hey! C'mon!
Hey, c'mon! Stop dueling Alexis all the time and duel me too! Since you've registered me, that's the least you can do! Sheesh...Jasmine
Hey, don't duel only with Asuka-san all the time, duel with me too. I'm registering you as a duelist specifically for that, so let's duel more from now on! Come on!Junko
- Jasmine sends the player this message after dueling her 30 times.
Subject: My Grades are Better
Hi, <Player name>! My grades have gone up! It's prob because I've been dueling you a lot recently.Jasmine
My grades are better
Oh, hey, <Player>! My school grades have gone up. It might be because of all the duels I had with you lately.Junko
- Jasmine uses this Deck at first.
Cause They're Cool
Japanese: だってカッコイイんだもん · Rōmaji: Datte Kakkoīn Damon · Translated: It's Because They're Cool
- Jasmine switches to this Deck after Chazz returns from North Academy.
Japanese: わたしのイケメンさん · Rōmaji: Watashi no Ikemen-san · Translated: My Ikemen