Dumjid (ダムジッド Damujiddo) is a character in Cardfight!! Vanguard G, introduced in Cardfight!! Vanguard G: NEXT. He is one of the Apostles who uses the Dragon Empire Zeroth Dragon, Zeroth Dragon of Inferno, Drachma.
He is a red dragon with a pale red belly, who wields his white and gold shield.
He is known to be extremely lazy and indifferent when it comes to Vanguard due to him being a war veteran, thinking that the game itself is a waste of time, and an inaccurate representation of the actual fighting on Planet Cray.
He also seems to be extremely knowledgeable with technology, as he was able to hack into the Under20's security. His favorite music is rock music, although he enjoys post-punk and electronic music as well.
In addition to his laid-back personality, he is short-tempered, often speak agressively and showing excess anger toward "Human", or its contents.
Ever since he lost his matches against Chrono Shindou and Kazuma Shouji, he started to have some stress problems and hated humans even more, gaining a superiority complex. This is worsened as the series progress
He was a part of Kagero's militia and worked as a mercenary who once nearly lost his life in battle. He agreed to Diffride with Saori to come to the Earth, where he grew to despise humans and Vanguard as a whole, saying that the game was making light of real life on Planet Cray.
Dumjid appear as a member of Team Diffrider, dominating the U20 with his teammates left. During Shiranui's mission to force Diffride Chaos Breaker on his host, he hacked into U20's camera in that area to prevent the organizers from finding it out.
During the Second Stage, he fought against Tokoha Anjou and defeated her, partially eliminiating Team Jaime Flowers. He then fought against Chrono Shindou, and loss. After suffering a major loss against Kazuma Shouji, he left his team. With one more tolerance of loss left.
After he left, he sought Evil God Bishop, Gastille, and became one of his Apostles to get revenge on the humans. Although he legally Diffrode Saori, once Dumjid decided to follow Gastille, Saori, now taken over by Dumjid, is scared of him, saying that he once admired Dumjid.
Dumjid is sent out to capture Kazuma Shouji, in which he enjoys despite the act being nothing but a "job", and he succeed in sending him to Relics. After the Relics is destroyed, he became restless as Gastille told him to stay down.
Dumjid angrily throws two pictures and throw a knife behind to stab one of them, and it happens to be Chrono's picture. The next days, Dumjid tracked to Chrono's residence as Tokoha came across her. Tokoha then decided to stop Dumjid. Although Tokoka tried to finish Dumjid before he can unleash Drachma, she failed, and faced against its power. However, she managed to recover from the destruction, and defended herself. As for the consequences of Ultimate Stride, Dumjid angrily swipe his G Zone down to the ground, and is finally defeated. Dumjid is sent back to Cray after he lost. His G Zone cards, except Drachma, is destroyed by a flame after the loss.
He uses a Kagero deck based on the Blaze keyword and Blademaster archetype. His G Unit: Flare Arms, Ziegenburg, allows him to make the most out of his retires by restanding itself with cost lessened with the opponent's remaining Rearguards.
After he became an apostles, he also uses Zeroth Dragon of Inferno, Drachma as his trump card.
|Record (Season 8)|
|Unnamed U20 Fighter||Turn 30||Win|
|Tokoha Anjou||Turn 31||Win|
|Chrono Shindou||Turn 33||Lose|
|Henri Hayao||Turn 41-Turn 42||Win|
|Taiyou Asukawa||Turn 47-Turn 48||Win|
|Kazuma Shouji||Turn 48||Lose|
|Record (Season 9)|
|Kouji Ibuki||Turn 2||Lose|
|Kazuma Shouji||Turn 5||Win|
|Tokoha Anjou||Turn 8||Lose|
- Dumjid is the first person to use all four Perfect Guards in a single turn. Previously, Chrono Shindou used all four perfect guards during his fight against Yuichirou Kanzaki, although those were used during different turns.
- Despite using all four Perfect Guards, he only used 3 as Perfect Guards.
- Z Episode 5 was the first time he didn't used any of his Perfect Guards to guard.