Jerry Beans Man (character)

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Jerry Beans Man
Jerry Beans Man
Corresponding cardJerry Beans Man
English name
  • Jerry Beans Man
Japanese name
Japaneseジェリービーンズマン
Gender
  • Male
Decks
WC 2007Way of the Weak
WC 2008D.D. Homerun
Spirit CallerThe World's Strongest
Anime debutYu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 115: "Trapper Keeper, Part 1"
Video game debutYu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller
Appears in
AnimeYu-Gi-Oh! GX
Nintendo DS
Jerry Beans Man (character)

Jerry Beans Man is a character version of the card, "Jerry Beans Man".

Biography[edit]

Jerry Beans Man first appeared when Jesse shared a story with Jaden that took place before he acquired the "Crystal Beasts". He had found a young boy after he was mugged, following the spirit of a "Jerry Beans Man" card. During Trapper's Duel with Jesse, Trapper trapped some of Jesse's Crystal Beasts and threatened to rip the "Jerry Beans Man" card that he stolen from a boy named Tom, who was the boy Jesse knew. Luckily, Jaden came to rescue and saved the spirit, allowing Jesse to claim victory.

The spirit later appears in groups in the Duel Monsters Spirit World in episode 132, attacking multiple Garuda the Wind Spirit and Kurama, alongside other oppressed Duel Monster Spirits.

Non-canon appearances[edit]

Jerry Beans Man in World Championship 2008.

Jerry Beans Man appears in the video games, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller, Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2007 and Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2008. In World Championship 2008, by beating him ten times, he can be unlocked as a tag partner.

Ability[edit]

In GX Spirit Caller, Jerry Beans Man has the ability to allow the player to get a heartfelt present from a Duelist. To make this ability better, the player has to level up the spirit. In order to do this, the player must Summon the corresponding card and win the Duel.

Deck[edit]

In GX Spirit Caller, Jerry Beans Man use a Normal Monster Deck titled, "The World's Strongest". In World Championship 2007 and 2008, he uses a Banish Deck titled, "Way of the Weak" and "D.D. Homerun".

The World's Strongest
Way of the Weak
D.D. Homerun