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Senjome, in Over the Nexus
Senjome, in Over the Nexus
English name
  • Senjome
Japanese name
  • Male
TeamVjump Blue-Eyes White Dragons
Other Decks
WC 2010
  • 2010_DL_DECK6
  • Prince of Dragon
WC 2011Dragon Ravine 2
Tag ForceOnly 1
Tag Force 2
  • 2006 Deck
  • 2007 Deck
  • 2008 Deck
Tag Force 3How I Was In 2006
Video game debutYu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force
Appears in
Nintendo DS
PlayStation 2Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force Evolution

Senjome is a parody character based on Chazz Princeton, who is known as Jun Manjoume in the Japanese version.

千, "sen", means "one thousand", contrasting with the 万 ("man", meaning "ten thousand") in "Manjoume".


V Jump[edit]

Senjome frequently appears in V Jump alongside other cosplay characters, and participated in The Third Charisma Duelist Determining Fight Tournamen[1]

Video games[edit]

Senjome appears as an unlockable character in the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force games.

Tag Force[edit]

Senjome appears at the Obelisk Blue Boys Dorm once the player has completed the game with at least three of the seven originally avaiable characters. He asks for the player's aid in his, Sironos' and Sanzyudai Yuki's feud against Emperor.Umiuma and the rest of UmiumaCorp. Should the player agree, after winning a Tag Duel with Senjome as their partner, he and his companions can be selected as partners for the Tag Force tournament.

Tag Force 2[edit]

Senjome can appear in a special story event at the Ra Yellow dorm, partnered with Inoso, if either Syrus or Tyranno has been defeated in duels at least 15 times. After defeating them, both Inoso and Senjome can be selected as tag partners.

Tag Force 3[edit]

Senjome can become the player's partner after clearing 4 different Tier 1 storylines.

World Championship 2010[edit]

Senjome appears as a downloadable Ghost Duelist for May 2010.

World Championship 2011[edit]

Senjome appears as a downloadable Ghost Duelist for August 2011.


Tag Force 2-3[edit]

Strongly likes Likes Neutral Dislikes Strongly dislikes
  • Rice Ball
  • Soba Noodle
  • Fried Noodle
  • Ramen Noodle
  • Salmon
  • Croquette
  • Normal Egg
  • Tofu
  • Cheese
  • Dried Sardine
  • Dried Mackerel
  • Cook's Sandwich
  • Fried Shrimp
  • Curry
  • None
  • Any sandwich not listed
  • None
  • Chocolate
  • Foie Gras
  • Truffle
  • Durian
  • Top-Grade Salad
  • Lobster
  • Caviar
  • Phantom Pepper
  • Steak


Rating Attack Defense Skill Luck Vitality
WC10 1450 4 1 1 3 4
WC11 1500 5 3 4 2 4

Ending Scenes[edit]


V Jump[edit]

In The Third Charisma Duelist Determining Fight Tournament, Senjome uses a Scrap Deck, whose contents were given in the issue.[1]

Opponent(s) Round(s) Outcome
Aikawa 3 Lose

In Yu-Gi-Oh! League, Senjome uses a "Egyptian God" Deck.[2]

Opponent(s) Round(s) Outcome
Shimoda 2 Lose

Tag Force series[edit]

In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force, Senjome uses a coin toss Deck.

In the second and third installments, Senjome instead uses Dragon Decks featuring the "Armed Dragon" and "Horus the Black Flame Dragon" "LV" series.

Tag Force[edit]

Tag Force 2[edit]

Tag Force 3[edit]

World Championship 2010[edit]

The glitched version.

The earliest downloaded version of Senjome as a Ghost Duelist had him using this Deck due to a glitch. Another downloadable opponent, Neo Flamvell Origin, would use a similar Deck once it became downloadable in January 2011.

A while after that, Senjome's download was updated so that it used the intended Deck.

Senjome, in Reverse of Arcadia

World Championship 2011[edit]


  1. a b V Jump: Issue 08/2010, pages #262-263
  2. Senjome's Deck