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Jim plays a "Fossil" Deck in the anime, featuring unique cards which grow more powerful the more they are aged "Time Stream" and utilizing "Fossil Fusion" to fuse monsters in the Graveyards of both players.

In the manga, he plays an "Alligator" Deck

Anime

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Tyranno Hassleberry 110 Win
Duel Ghoul 123 Not shown
Duel Ghouls 123 Not shown
Anger Mask/Teraoka 124-125 Win
Duel Ghouls 129 Not shown
Syrus Truesdale 129 Draw
Chazz Princeton 129 Draw
Vellian Crowler 129 Draw
Jean-Louis Bonaparte 129 Draw
Duel Ghouls 129 Draw
Battle Footballer 138 Win
Kozaky 138 Win
The Supreme King 139-140 Lose

Jim plays a "Fossil" Deck. His strategy relies heavily on the use of "Fossil Fusion" to remove from the game the monsters in both his own and his opponent's Graveyards to Summon creatures of varying strengths dependent on the Levels and Types of the Fusion Material Monsters used for the merger. The monsters created by "Fossil Fusion" follow "reverse evolution" through the Cenozoic, Mesozoic, and Paleozoic eras; the more ancient the monster, the more powerful it is.

Anime Deck

Manga

Record
Opponent(s) Chapter(s) Outcome(s)
Atticus Rhodes 44-45 Lose
Chazz Princeton & Syrus Truesdale 47-48 Lose (with Axel Brodie)
Bastion Misawa 58 Win

In the manga, Jim plays an "Alligator-themed Reptile Deck", which focuses on swarming and Beatdown tactics and later on, Tributing monsters to his trump card, "The Tyrant Neptune".

Manga Deck

Video games

Tag Force 2

Paleozoic Dragon
Mesozoic Dragon
Cenzoic Dragon
Fossil Hunter
Magnet Warrior

Tag Force 3

Jim Crocodile Cook 01
Jim Crocodile Cook 02
Jim Crocodile Cook 03
Jim Crocodile Cook 04
Jim Crocodile Cook 05

Notes

  1. This card is seen in his hand in episode 110.
  2. This card was Set in episode 110, but was destroyed by Hassleberry's "Volcanic Eruption".
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