• Trey used this card. It was given to him by his father, and is his favorite card. Nonetheless, when he was taken over by his dark side in his duel with Yuma, he lost his respect for it and purposely destroyed it.
  • In episode 46, Trey reveals this card to Yuma Tsukumo when he states that all the various treasures in Yuma's room are just like his favorite card (which is this card).
    • This card is also shown in a flashback Trey has when he remembers how his family was years ago. Trey shows this card to Quattro and reveals his father gave it to him. Quattro snatches it from Trey's hand as he felt it was unfair their father gave only Trey a card. Trey demands it back, but Quattro refuses to do so until Quinton tells them to be nice if they want to avoid getting scolded by their father. Quattro then reluctantly gives Trey this card back.
  • In episode 47, Trey uses this card during his Duel against Yuma. He Special Summons this card via its own effect as he had activated "Palenque Sarcophagus" earlier in his turn. This card attacks Yuma's set "Gogogo Golem". While this flips "Gogogo Golem" face-up, the attack ends in a stalemate. After Trey Normal Summons "Chronomaly Cabrera Catapult", he activates the latter's effect to Tribute this card and decrease the ATK of "Gogogo Golem" to 0. On Trey's next turn, he revives this card via the effect of "Chronomaly City Babylon". He then activates the effect of "Chronomaly Cabrera Catapult" to Tribute this card and decrease the ATK of "Gagaga Magician" to 0, but Yuma activates "Gagagarush" to negate the effect of "Chronomaly Cabrera Catapult" and destroy it as well as inflict damage to Trey equal to the DEF of "Chronomaly Cabrera Catapult" (as it was higher than its ATK). In the next episode, Trey activates the effect of "Chronomaly City Babylon" to banish this card from his Graveyard and revive "Chronomaly Cabrera Catapult".
    • In the first above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a flashback Yuma has when he recognizes this card.
  • In episode 66, this card is shown in a flashback Vetrix had when he states that his face and the happiness seen in his sons had vanished since he came back.
  • In episode 67, this card is shown in a series of flashbacks Vetrix when he remembers the happier moments in his past with his sons before returning their souls to their bodies.