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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

Season 1

  • In episode 32, Zane uses this card during his Duel against Camula. He summons this card via "Power Bond". Due to the effect of "Power Bond", this card's ATK is doubled. This card then attacks "Vampire Lady", but Camula activates "Red Ghost Moon" to end the Battle Phase and increase her Life Points by the ATK of this card. Zane then activates "De-Fusion" to send this card to the Graveyard and Special Summon his three "Cyber Dragons" from the Graveyard. This negates the effect of "Red Ghost Moon" since this card was removed from the field. On the End Phase, the final effect of "Power Bond" inflicts no damage to Zane as this card was no longer on the field. Later Camula activates "Illusion Gate" to destroy all monsters Zane controls and revive this card under her control. She then offers Syrus's soul and explains that if she loses the Duel, Syrus's soul will be sacrificed to "Illusion Gate". This card then attacks directly. Zane chooses not to activate his set "Call of the Haunted" (which would allow Zane to revive "Cyber Barrier Dragon" which Zane could use to negate the attack and get another turn) in order to keep Syrus's soul safe. The direct attack then hits Zane, defeating him.
  • In episode 51, Zane uses this card during his Duel against Jaden. He summons this card via "Polymerization". Later Jaden activates Wild Half to halve this card's ATK and DEF and Special Summon a Half Token with the same stats and effects as this card. Jaden then equips "Wildeheart" with "Cyclone Boomerang" (which increases its ATK by 500) and uses it to attack this card, but Zane activates "De-Fusion" to return this card to the Extra Deck and Special Summon his three "Cyber Dragons" from his Graveyard. Later Zane activates "Future Fusion" to send his three "Cyber Dragons" from his Deck to the Graveyard and Fusion Summon this card, though it cannot attack the same turn it was summoned. On Zane's next turn, he activates "De-Fusion" to return this card to the Extra Deck and Special Summon his three "Cyber Dragons" from his Graveyard. He then activates "Power Bond" to fuse his three "Cyber Dragons" together and Fusion Summon this card. Due to the effect of "Power Bond", this card's ATK is doubled. In the next episode, this card attacks Jaden's "Elemental Hero Wildedge", but Jaden activates Soul Union to target "Elemental HERO Bladedge" and increase "Wildedge's" ATK by the ATK of "Elemental HERO Bladedge". Jaden then activates "Emergency Provisions" to send "Soul Union" to the Graveyard and gain 1000 Life Points. This card then destroys "Wildedge". Jaden then activates "Hero Signal" to Special Summon "Elemental HERO Bubbleman". On Zane's next turn, he summons "Cyber Phoenix" and explains that the latter can negate any Spell or Trap Card that targets one Machine-type monster he controls. This card then attacks "Elemental HERO Rampart Blaster", but Jaden activates "De-Fusion" to return "Rampart Blaster" to his Extra Deck and Special Summon "Burstinatrix" and "Clayman" from his Graveyard. Jaden then activates "Elemental Burst" to destroy all cards on Zane's side of the field. Zane then activates "Time Fusion" to Special Summon this card from his Extra Deck on his next Standby Phase by banishing "Card from a Different Dimension" from his hand. On Zane's next Standby Phase, same time this card is Special Summoned from Zane's Extra Deck due to "Time Fusion", but since "Time Fusion" won't allow this card to attack the turn it was summoned, Zane ends his turn. Later "Elemental HERO Shining Flare Wingman" (whose ATK was 4900 due to its own effect) attacks and destroys this card. The effect of "Shining Flare Wingman" then activates, but Zane activates "Damage Polarizer" to negate the effect of "Shining Flare Wingman" and allow both players to draw one card. On the last turn of the Duel, Zane activates "Power Bond" and "Cybernetic Fusion Support" to Fusion Summon this card by banishing his three "Cyber Dragons" from his Graveyard. Due to the effect of "Power Bond", this card's ATK is doubled. Zane then activates "Limiter Removal" to double this card's ATK until the End Phase. This card then attacks "Shining Flare Wingman", but Jaden activates "Battle Fusion" to add this card's ATK to the ATK of "Shining Flare Wingman". Zane then activates his own "Battle Fusion" to add the ATK of "Shining Flare Wingman" to this card. Jaden then activates "Final Fusion" to inflict damage to both players equal to the total combined ATK of both battling monsters, ending the Duel in a Draw.
    • In the first above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a flashback Jaden has when he remembers his loss against Zane and notes that the graduation Duel against Zane was something he wanted since the beginning of the year.

Season 2

  • In episode 60, this card is shown within Syrus' mind when he notes to Bastion Misawa that his brother Zane, a great duelist who is serious, has been replaced with Atticus Rhodes, a Duelist who doesn't take almost anything seriously.
  • In episode 62, this card appears in one of the many flashback bubbles Jaden sees in as he travels into Neo Space.
  • In episode 66, this card appears in a flashback Jaden has when he sees Wheeler as Zane which makes Jaden remember his first Duel against Zane.
  • In episode 83, Zane uses this card during his Duel against an unknown opponent. After his opponent's monsters are destroyed by unknown means, Zane uses this card to attack directly and win the duel. Later Zane uses this card during his Duel against Chancellor Sheppard. He summons this card via "Future Fusion". Sheppard then activates "Cyber Shadow Gardna", which is Special Summoned in Attack Position. Sheppard explains that when "Cyber Shadow Gardna" is attacked, its ATK and DEF become equal to the monster that is attacking it. but Zane then activates "De-Fusion" to return this card to the Extra Deck and Special Summon his three "Cyber Dragons" from his Graveyard. Later Sheppard actives "Scrap Fusion" to Fusion Summon this card on his side of the field by banishing Zane's three "Cyber Dragons" from his Graveyard. On Sheppard's turn, he uses "Cyber Esper" to attack "Cyber Barrier Dragon", but Zane activates the latter's effect to negate the attack. Sheppard then uses this card to attack and destroy Zane's "Cyber Laser Dragon". Sheppard planned to activate "Trojan Blast" when Zane activates "Creature Swap" to take control of this card because he knew that the real Zane cherished this card so much that he would want to take it back, however Zane activates "Lost Pride" to discard "Creature Swap" and add "Scrap Fusion" from Sheppard's Graveyard to his (Zane's) hand. He then activates Ruthless Denial to send "Cyber Barrier Dragon" to the Graveyard and force Sheppard to send the "Cyber Ogre" in his hand to the Graveyard. Zane then activates "Scrap Fusion" to Fusion Summon Sheppard's "Cyber Ogre 2" onto his side of the field by banishing the two "Cyber Ogres" from Sheppard's Graveyard. Since Zane activated "Scrap Fusion", "Lost Pride" inflicts 1000 damage to him. Zane then uses "Cyber Ogre 2" to attack this card. Due to the effect of "Cyber Ogre 2", it gains ATK equal to half the ATK of this card. Zane then activates "Limiter Removal" to double the ATK of "Cyber Ogre 2". "Cyber Ogre 2" then destroys this card, defeating Sheppard.
    • This card also appears in one of Sheppard's flashbacks. In the said flashback, Sheppard gave this card to a younger Zane after he told Zane that he earned this card and the Cyber Style Deck.
  • In episode 89, during Zane's Duel against Atticus Rhodes, this card can be seen in the air after Zane activates "Power Wall" and throws his Deck out to block the damage he would have taken.
    • this card is shown in a flashback Atticus Rhodes has when he remembers Sheppard telling him that Zane is the sole heir to the Cyber Style and he has a belief that Zane is under the control of an evil force.
  • In episode 95, Zane uses this card during his duel against Syrus Truesdale. He sends this card from his Extra Deck to the Graveyard via "Fusion Guard". Later Zane activates "Rebirth Judgment" and declares Dragon for its effect to make all monsters in both players' Graveyards Dragon-type monsters. After Zane summons "Cyberdark Dragon" via "Instant Fusion", Zane uses the effect of "Cyberdark Dragon" to take this card from his Graveyard and equip it to "Cyberdark Dragon", increasing the latter's ATK by this card's ATK. This card is later destroyed when Zane activates "De-Fusion" to return "Cyberdark Dragon" to his Extra Deck and Special Summon "Cyberdark Horn", "Cyberdark Edge", and "Cyberdark Keel" from his Graveyard.

Season 3

  • In episode 128, Zane uses this card during his duel against Jesse Anderson. He summons this card via "Future Fusion". Jesse then activates "Crystal Fortress" to prevent monsters Zane controls from attacking if their ATK is less than or equal to the number of Crystal Beasts on his side of the field times 1000. Zane then activates "Power Load", equipping it to this card and increasing its ATK by the number of times every other monster Zane controls can attack times 400. Since "Chimeratech Overdragon" can attack three times and "Cyberdark Dragon" can attack once, this card gains 1600 ATK, allowing it to bypass the restrictions of "Crystal Fortress". This card then attacks "Crystal Beast Amber Mammoth", but Jesse activates "Amber Crystal Circle" to increase the ATK of "Amber Mammoth" by the ATK of every other Crystal Beast on Jesse's side of the field. This would have caused both battling monsters to be destroyed in a Double KO, however the attack disrupted the connection between the two dimensions and ended the duel with no result. However by doing this, the wormhole between the two dimensions becomes wide enough for the scientists to send "Rainbow Dragon" to where Duel Academy via a missile.
  • In episode 137, Zane uses this card when he went to save Syrus Truesdale from a "Doom Dozer". He summons this card via "Power Bond". This card then attacks and destroys "Doom Dozer", saving Syrus.
    • This card is also shown in a flashback Zane has when he reminds Syrus on the latter Dueling him, so he could bring him back to his original self.
  • In episode 141, Zane uses this card during his duel against a Goblin Elite Attack Force soldier. He summons this card via "Polymerization". This card then attacks directly, winning Zane the duel.
    • Later Zane summons this card when he and Aster reached the prison camp.
  • In episode 146, Zane uses this card during his duel against Jaden Yuki. He summons this card "Power Bond". Due to the latter's effect, the ATK of this card is doubled. Zane then activates the first effect of "Armored Cybern" to equip it to this card. Zane then activates the second effect of "Armored Cybern" four times to destroy all cards on Jaden's side of the field and decrease this card's ATK by 4000 (1000 for each card destroyed). Zane then tries to use this card to attack directly, but his heart problems start acting up, which ends the duel with no result.
  • In episode 148, Zane uses this card during his Duel against Jesse while the latter was possessed by Yubel. He summons this card via "Power Bond". Due to the second effect of "Power Bond", this card's ATK is doubled. This card then attacks "Rainbow Dark Dragon", but Jesse activates "Counter Gem" to take "Advanced Crystal Beast Amethyst Cat", "Advanced Crystal Beast Emerald Tortoise", "Advanced Crystal Beast Ruby Carbuncle", "Advanced Crystal Beast Sapphire Pegasus", and "Advanced Crystal Beast Topaz Tiger" from his Graveyard and place them in his Spell & Trap Card Zone as Continuous Spell Cards. Jesse then sends all Advanced Crystal Beasts in his Spell & Trap Card Zone to the Graveyard in order to increase the ATK of "Rainbow Dark Dragon" by 1000 for each monster sent to the Graveyard this way. With five sent this way, this card gains 5000 ATK. Zane then activates "Cybernetic Zone" to banish this card from the field until the End Phase. On Zane's End Phase, this card is returned to the field and its ATK is doubled. The last effect of "Power Bond" then inflicts damage to Zane equal to this card's original ATK, defeating him.
    • In the duel that marks Zane's death in the alternate dimension (he is revived later and somehow washes up at Duel Academy), he plays this card, his final wish being that it represents his power. As such, it has a brighter appearance, with rainbow coloring marking its studs.
    • This card is also shown in a series of flashbacks Zane has when he remembers all of the instances where "Power Bond" helped make his life shine brightly.
    • This card is also shown in a flashback Jaden has when he remembers the final moment during his Graduation Duel against Zane.
  • In episode 151, this card is seen in a flashback Jaden has when he remembers Zane teaching him that by risking your own life, a person can unleash the supreme light as a duelist.
  • In episode 152, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Jaden has when he notes that he was controlled by the immense power of "Super Polymerization" and abandoned himself by doing so. As a result, he lost many things that were irreplaceable.

Season 4

  • In episode 163, Zane uses this card during his Duel against Makoto Inotsume. He sends this card from his Extra Deck to the Graveyard via the effect of "Fusion Guard".
    • This card is also seen in a flashback Zane has when he reminiscences on the last greatest Duel he ever had and washing up on Duel Academy after he lost to Jesse.
    • This card is also seen in a flashback Syrus has when he reminds Zane on the latter's Graduation Duel against Jaden Yuki and notes on how time flies quickly.
  • In episode 164, Syrus uses this card during his Duel against Makoto. He sends this card from his Extra Deck to the Graveyard via the effect of "Fusion Guard". Later Syrus activates "Rebirth Judgment" and declares Dragon for its effect in order to make all monsters in both players' Graveyards Dragons. After Syrus summons "Cyberdark Dragon" via "Cyberdark Impact!", he activates the first effect of "Cyberdark Dragon" to take this card from his Graveyard and equip it to "Cyberdark Dragon", increasing the latter's ATK by this card's ATK. Makoto then activates "Crush Card Virus" to destroy "Cyberdark Dragon". Since the latter monster was removed from the field, this card is destroyed.
    • This card is also seen in a flashback Zane has when he explains to Syrus he's not chasing for any more Duels as he already had the best one he had during his Duel against Yubel.
    • This card is also shown in a series of flashbacks Syrus Truesdale has when he deduces that Zane's problems came from his Deck, not the underground Dueling he was involved with.

Notes

  • In the English dub, this card's attack is called "Super Strident Blaze" while in the Japanese version, this card's attack is called "Eternal Evolution Burst".
  • This card appears in the second version of GX Japanese opening song of 99%.

Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time

  • Paradox uses this card and "Rainbow Dragon" to attack Jaden, but Jaden summons "Elemental HERO Neos" and uses it to defend himself. Paradox summons "Stardust Dragon" and uses it to attack. Jaden and "Neos" both barely survive the attack as they took an attack from a monster that didn't exist in their era. "Stardust Dragon" prepares to finish Jaden off, but the Crimson Dragon and Yusei save Jaden and block off the attack. Paradox leaves to Yugi's time.
  • Later Paradox uses this monster, "Rainbow Dragon", and "Stardust Dragon", to attack all the people in the tournament that was being hosted at the timing, leaving Yugi as the survivor, however the Crimson Dragon then whisks Yugi back to 30 minutes before the event occurred. Jaden and Yusei explain what's going on and why Paradox wants to destroy Duel Monsters. Jaden then uses "Yubel" to scare off the people at the tournament which restores the cards in both Jaden and Yusei's Decks, but that doesn't stop Paradox from arriving at the scene.
  • This was the only trump card Paradox stole that wasn't a Dragon-type monster.

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