In the timeline of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime, Jesse was a new student hailing from North Academy who entered Duel Academy in the third year. Invited along with his fellow champions from around the world by Sheppard, he was most secretive of his identity, even with those with whom he was supposed to be traveling. Although he did not board the ship that was to take the champions to their final destination, Adrian Gecko expected that Jesse would appear once they reached Duel Academy.
Similar to Jaden Yuki, Jesse possessed the ability to communicate with Duel Monster spirits since he was a child. His spirit partner is Ruby Carbuncle, whom he affectionately nicknamed "Ruby". Although Ruby was seen most frequently by his side, Jesse considered all his monsters a part of his "family", for they themselves selected him as their master.
He was chosen by Professor Viper to duel Jaden in the first exhibition match of the third year, and the two are given Bio-Bands. As the battle progressed, Jesse revealed the name of the most powerful Crystal Beast: Rainbow Dragon. Defeated by Jaden, he confessed that Rainbow Dragon had not yet been made into a card by Industrial Illusions, and that he wished to find the Roman lithograph from which the concept of his Crystal Beasts was derived in order for Maximillion Pegasus to finally create it.
After being drawn into an alternate dimension, Jesse and the rest of Duel Academy were contacted by Dr. Eisenstein, who told them that the lithograph had finally been found. Securing the lithograph's excavation site, Pegasus had the Rainbow Dragon card made and sent to the other world via a Duel Energy-powered wormhole, opened in a battle between Jesse and Zane Truesdale. With the card finally in his possession, Jesse joined Jaden in a Duel against a possessed Marcel, and with its power returned Duel Academy to its proper place. However, he himself was trapped in the other dimension, prompting Jaden and his friends to dive back into a rift left open between the worlds to get him back.
Although labeled dead by many, he later appeared as merely a shadow standing on a cliff near Syrus and Ojama Yellow, but it's later confirmed that the shadow was Jesse in Ojama Yellow's flashback where it spots him. He later reappeared in front of Zane and it was revealed that he was possessed by Yubel. When Jaden finally dueled Yubel to save Jesse, it was revealed that Yubel actually removed Jesse's soul from his body and placed him inside the Rainbow Dark Dragon before taking over. However, when Jaden activated the Super Polymerization Spell Card, Rainbow Dark Dragon was turned back to normal and Jesse was set free, returning to his body. But in all the action, thanks to Last Trick, Yubel took Super Polymerization.
He was later mistaken for Trueman by Jaden who was shrouded by the darkness put into his card and was forced to a duel with him. When Jaden realized that he was actually dueling Jesse instead of Trueman, both Jaden and Jesse go back to the Academy, which was being attacked and controlled by Fujiwara. After witnessing Fujiwara defeating his old friend Atticus, both joined forces against him in a three-way duel.
In the English version, Jesse spoke with a Southern accent, despite being Scandinavian in the Japanese version.
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