In episode 148, this card is shown in Z-one's explanation when he notes to Yusei Fudo that he figured out that Yusei is planning to wait and let the Timelords return to Z-one's Deck until Z-one doesn't have a Timelord monster in his hand, which would allow Yusei to attack Z-one directly with his Synchro Monsters.
In episode 149, Z-one uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Yusei Fudo. He Special Summons this card, " Michion, the Timelord", " Raphion, the Timelord," Gabrion, the Timelord", and " Sandaion, the Timelord" via the effect of " Endless Emptiness". In the next episode, this card attacks " Ancient Fairy Dragon", but Yusei activates " Scrap-Iron Scarecrow" to negate the attack. Z-one notes that if the attack was successful, then the third effect of this card would have inflicted damage to Yusei equal to the difference between both players' Life Points. Yusei explains that since Z-one claims to be him, Yusei would have used the first monster to attack first to be safe and then use the second monster to inflict damage as he knows what to do then. In the following episode, " Shooting Quasar Dragon" attacks and destroys this card (as "Shooting Quasar Dragon" negates the effects of monsters that prevent themselves from being destroyed in battle). The third effect of this card then activates, but the effect of "Shooting Quasar Dragon" nullifies all effect damage inflicted to Yusei.
In the third above-mentioned episode, this card is shown on the Kabbalah tree along with the other Timelords when Zone was about to Special Summon " Sephylon, the Ultimate Timelord".
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