- In the anime, "Etoile Cyber" has different artwork and her effect raised her ATK by 600 points when she attacked a player directly, instead of 500.
- In episode 3, Alexis Rhodes uses this card during her duel against Jaden Yuki. She summons this card on the first turn of the duel. Later Jaden's "Elemental HERO Sparkman" attacks this card, but Alexis activates "Doble Passe" to make the attack a direct attack and allow this card to attack directly. This card then attacks directly. Due to this card's effect, it gains 600 ATK. The direct attack then hits Jaden. Alexis then summons "Blade Skater" and activates "Polymerization" to fuse this card with "Blade Skater" in order to Fusion Summon "Cyber Blader".
- In episode 5, Jaden finds this card on the ground of the Abandoned Dorm after Alexis is kidnapped by Titan. This leads Jaden, Syrus, and Chumley in the right direction. In the next episode, Jaden returns this card to Alexis after he defeats Titan.
- In episode 23, Alexis offers this card to Jaden when Jaden was trying to prepare his Deck for the Duel against the (at that point) unknown North Academy representative.
- In episode 41, Alexis uses this card during her duel against Titan. She activates "Polymerization" to fuse this card with "Blade Skater" in order to Fusion Summon "Cyber Blader". Later Alexis activates "The Warrior Returning Alive" to add "Blade Skater" from her Deck to her hand. She then activates "Fusion Recovery" to return this card and "Polymerization" from her Graveyard to her hand. Alexis then activates "Polymerization" to fuse this card with "Blade Skater" and Fusion Summon "Cyber Blader".
- In episode 44, Alexis uses this card during her Duel against Amnael. She activates "Polymerization" to fuse this card with "Blade Skater" in order to Fusion Summon "Cyber Blader".
- After Alexis loses to Amnael, this card is shown dropping out of Alexis' Deck.
- In episode 46, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Jaden has when he notes he didn't meet "Winged Kuriboh" or his friends a year ago, but then he notes that making friends is just like alchemy.
- In episode 161, Alexis uses this card during her Tag Duel with Jaden against Chancellor Sheppard and Ms. Dorothy. She Normal Summons this card in Defense Position. This card remained on the field until the Duel was over.
- In episode 162, Alexis uses this card during her Tag Duel with Tyranno Hassleberry against Jaden and Blair Flannigan (as Blair and Alexis have switched partners due to "Partner Change"). She summon this card in Attack Position. This card and "Dark Tyranno" then attack Blair and Jaden directly, but Blair activates "Scapegoat" to summon four Sheep Tokens. A replay then occurs and Alexis uses this card to attack and destroy a "Sheep Token". "Dark Tyranno" then attacks Jaden and Blair directly since the tokens were in Defense Position. Alexis later activates "Mystical Space Typhoon" to destroy "Partner Change" and force herself and Blair to switch back to their original sides. Later Hassleberry activates the effect of "Super Conductor Tyranno" to Tribute this card and inflict 1000 damage to Jaden and Alexis, but Jaden activates "Skill Shock" to negate the effect of "Super Conductor Tyranno".
- This card is also seen in a flashback Jaden has when he reminds Alexis on the last time she used "Doble Passe" during their first Duel.
- In episode 179, this card is shown in a flashback Alexis has when she explains to her classmates that three years ago all graduating classmates knocked on the door of Duel Academy with their own hopes and dreams and it was here that the students met many friends and teachers and learned numerous things through Duels.
- This card appears in the first Japanese closing song, Borderline Battle.
- In episode 103, Alexis uses this card in a battle royal against three Academia students. She summons this card in the first turn of this duel. Later she tributes this card along with "Cyber Prima"(6) to Ritual Summon the Level 10 "Cyber Angel - Vishnu", using the spell "Machine Angel Ritual".
In the Spanish Anime Dub this card was known as "Cíber Estrella".