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Character: Yuki Judai
Series: Yu-Gi- Oh! Gx
Brief Bio: Judai loves dueling and believes that all problems can ultimately be solved through it. He keeps going no matter how hard things get or how hopeless it seems, with a few exceptions (though it doesn’t take much encouragement for him to start fighting again), although he does sometimes doubt himself. He always shows respect towards his opponents, with a few exceptions, even complimenting them during a Duel. He starts off as stubborn and simple boy, but as the show progresses he matures. Judai is also shown to love his duel monster cards. Judai cares a lot about his friends, even though later on he is show shown to be cold and distant from them, he still worries about them.
Personality: Caring, fun, determined, stubborn, optimistic
Details of Crime:
Judai was caught ‘stealing’ a mass amount of food because of hunger when really he had no idea he had to pay for it.
Level requested: Level 3
Powers: He has the ability to see duel monster spirits; he can summon the duel monsters and make them physical.
Weapons: None, unless you count a duel disk as one.
Those words rang through his ears continuously. Judai was still shocked at why he had to be put on trial, he would’ve paid for the food if they told him to. But no, the manager was a jerk. He just had to put Judai on trial. The brunette tried to keep calm as he watched his defence attorney defend him. No use, the prosecuting force was just too good. The man who was defending Judai had his statements rejected over and over again.
Judai was growing nervous but he had faith in him. He trusted that he would win because he was a good man. But no, the results then came swooning at him. He was a guilty verdict and was going to be sentenced into jail. A maniac smile came across his lips before her couldn’t help but to cackle at himself.
He was so stupid! Why didn’t he pay more attention to what he was doing? What have he been doing all those times? However soon his laughter died down and the only thing left for him was faithlessness. There was no use, he was going to wait for himself and see his own face in prison.
As optimistic as he was, it was difficult to remain in high spirits at a time like this. If it was Judai from a few years ago he could have easily gone there and still not know what he had done. Well, he has no idea what he done right now as well but he knew if he done something else he could at least avoid it. What was life going to be like for him now?