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Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

  • Its attack name in the Japanese version is Swift Thrash.
  • In the dub version of episode 54, this card's level was 8 instead of 4.

Dark Signers

  • In episode 54, Yusei Fudo uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Kalin Kessler. He Normal Summons this card in Attack Position. This card then attacks "Infernity Necromancer". Due to this card's first effect, it gains 400 ATK during the Damage Step only. This card then destroys "Infernity Necromancer". At the end of the Damage Step, this card's first effect expires. Since this card destroyed a monster by battle, its second effect activates, making this card a Level 2 monster and halving its original ATK and DEF until Yusei's next Standby Phase. Later "Hundred Eyes Dragon" attacks and destroys this card. Yusei then activates "Revival Ticket" to destroy his set "Limiter Overload" and revive this card as well as increase his Life Points by the amount of Battle Damage he took this turn. In the next episode, Yusei uses this card to attack "Infernity Archfiend", but Kalin activates "Infernity Force" to destroy this card and revive "Infernity Necromancer".

Pre-World Racing Grand Prix

  • In episode 65, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Ghost. He Normal Summons this card in Attack Position. This card then attacks "Wise Core". The first effect of this card then activates, increasing its ATK by 400 during damage calculation only. Ghost then activates "Labyrinth of Kline" to prevent his monster from being destroyed and reduce all Battle Damage he takes to 0 as well as swap this card's original ATK and DEF. At the end of the Damage Step, this card's effect expires. Yusei then Special Summons "Turbo Booster" from his hand via its own effect. Yusei then Tributes "Turbo Booster" to destroy "Wise Core". This activates the latter's effect, allowing Ghost to Special Summon "Meklord Emperor Wisel", "Wisel Top", "Wisel Attack", "Wisel Guard", and "Wisel Carrier". In the next episode, "Meklord Emperor Wisel" (whose ATK was 2500 due to its own effect) attacks and destroys this card, but Yusei activates "Shock Reborn" to halve the Battle Damage he takes and Special Summon "Turbo Booster" from his Graveyard.
  • In episode 67, this card is shown flying out of Yusei's Deck while he and his friends were testing out a Duel Runner and it malfunctioned.
  • In episode 87, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel against Kalin. He Normal Summons this card in Attack Position This card then attacks "Infernity Randomizer". Due to this card's effect, it gains 400 ATK during the Damage Step only. This card then destroys "Infernity Randomizer". At the end of the Damage Step, this card's first effect expires. Since this card destroyed a monster by battle, its second effect activates, making this card a Level 2 monster and halving its original ATK and DEF until Yusei's next Standby Phase. Kalin then activates "Damage Gate" to Special Summon "Infernity Beetle" from his Graveyard. Later Kalin activates "ZERO-MAX" to Special Summon "Infernity Destroyer" from his Graveyard and destroy both this card and "Speed Warrior" (as both monsters' ATK were less than the ATK of "Infernity Destroyer").
  • In episode 89, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Lawton. He Special Summons this card from his hand via "Desperate Tag" (which Yusei activated to nullify the Battle Damage he would have taken from the battle between "Quickdraw Synchron" and "Full Armor Ogre" as that would have depleted the remainder of his Life Points). Later Yusei Tributes this card in order to Special Summon "Turret Warrior". Due to the latter's effect, it gains ATK equal to this card's ATK.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Yusei has when he notes in his mind that Lawton will defeat him if he sets a card during his next turn.

World Racing Grand Prix

  • In episode 100, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Andre. After he summons this card, Yusei uses "Stardust Dragon" to attack and destroy "Thunder Unicorn". This card then attacks directly, but Andre activates the effect of "Thunder Unicorn" to revive itself. A replay occurs and Yusei uses this card to attack "Thunder Unicorn" instead. Due to this card's effect, it gains 400 ATK during the Damage Step only. Both battling monsters are then destroyed in a Double KO.
  • In episode 102, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Jean. When "Rhinotaurus" attacks directly, Yusei activates "Harmony Crystal" to banish "Junk Destroyer" and this card from his Graveyard and revive "Stardust Dragon". A replay occurs and Jean chooses not to attack. The last effect of "Harmony Crystal" then inflicts damage to Jean equal to half the ATK of "Stardust Dragon".
  • In episode 116, Yusei uses this card during his Concentration Duel against Clark Smith. On the first turn, Yusei declares he is activating a Trap Card, but he flips over this card, forcing him to flip it face-down. On Yusei's next turn, he declares he is summoning a monster and flips over this card, allowing him to Normal Summon it. This card then attacks and destroys "Hexa Knight". Since this card destroyed a monster by battle, its effect activates, making this card a Level 2 monster and halving its original ATK and DEF until Yusei's next Standby Phase. Yusei planned to activate "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow" to negate Clark's next attack. Once that's done, Yusei plans to equip this card with "Prevention Star", which would allow Yusei to activate "Release Restraint Wave" and destroy all of Clark's Spell and Trap Cards. Clark then activates "Fair Exchange" to send three Decago Knights" from his Deck to the Graveyard and force Yusei to send cards from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard equal to the combined Levels of the sent monsters. Since the combined Levels of the "Decago Knights" is thirty, Yusei is forced to send the top thirty cards of his Deck to the Graveyard, which includes "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow", "Prevention Star" and, "Release Restraint Wave". On Yusei's next Standby Phase, this card's ATK, DEF, and Level return to normal. Yusei then declares he is summoning a monster and flips over "Junk Synchron", allowing him to Normal Summon it. Yusei then activates the effect of "Junk Synchron" to Special Summon "Sonic Chick" from hosGraveyard with its effects negated. Yusei then tunes this card and "Sonic Chick" with "Junk Synchron" in order to Synchro Summon "Stardust Dragon".
    • This card also appears in a flashback Yusei has when he explains to Clark that when the blackout occurred, he saw that Clark's glasses were reflecting his card's types which meant that Clark was using his glasses to know where which card was where.

Ark Cradle

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