In episode 216, Yami Bakura uses this card during his Duel against Yugi Muto. He Normal Summons this card in Attack Position. Yami Bakura then uses this card to attack "Marshmallon". Due to the latter's effect, it is not destroyed, but Yugi still takes Battle Damage. On Yami Bakura's next turn, this card attacks "Marshmallon", but Yugi uses the effect of "Blocken" to redirect the attack to "Blocken", destroying it instead. Yugi hoped that this would destroy "Spirit Sword of Sealing" and free "Silent Swordsman LV0", but this card's effect returns "Blocken" to Yugi's Deck instead, not send it to the Graveyard. Yugi then uses the effect of "Blocken" to Special Summon "Lengard". "Marshmallon" then attacks this card. Due to the effect of "Marshmallon", it is not destroyed. Yugi then destroys "Lengard" to prevent himself from taking Battle Damage from the attack. By destroying "Lengard", Yugi was able to free his "Silent Swordsman LV0" from the effect of "Spirit Sword of Sealing". "Silent Swordsman LV0" then attacks and destroys this card, but Yami Bakura uses this card's effect to return it and his hand to his deck in order to make the Battle Damage 0. This card later became a Phantom after Yami Bakura gained the black box from the effect of "Cursed Twin Dolls". In the following episode, this card is still shown to be a Phantom. In the following episode, Yugi activates the effect of "Gandora the Dragon of Destruction" to destroy and banish every monster on the field.
After the activation of his Cursed Twin Dolls, this card appeared as one of the phantom creatures. This appears to be a mistake on the animator's part.