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  • During the Duelist Kingdom arc, this card would also inflicts damage to the opponent equal to the difference between the target monster's ATK and the total ATK of all the opponent's monsters destroyed by this effect.

Anime

Duelist Kingdom

  • In episode 10, Yami Yugi uses this card during his Duel against Ghost Kaiba. When Ghost Kaiba uses his third "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" attacks Yugi's "Mystical Elf", Yugi activates this card to deflect the attack and destroy all Attack Position monsters Ghost Kaiba controls, but the imposter activates "Negate Attack" to stop the redirected attack and save his "Blue-Eyes White Dragon".

Legendary Heroes

  • In episode 45, Yami Yugi uses this card to protect himself, Joey Wheeler and Mai from the swarm of Insect monsters that were attacking the trio. Although the insects collided into the barrier this card created and were destroyed, the storm of explosions that were caused by the insects' destruction created a fire that disturbed the "Cocoons of Evolution", causing them to hatch into three "Great Moths".

Battle City

  • In episode 51, Yugi uses this card during his Duel against Bandit Keith while the latter was being possessed by Marik Ishtar. When "Zera the Mant" attacks "Dark Magician", Yugi activates this card to destroy all Attack Position monsters Keith controls, but Keith activates "Solemn Judgment" to negate this card's effect and destroy it. "Zera the Mant" then destroys "Dark Magician".
  • In episode 53, this card appears on a poster that Yugi and Téa Gardner read when they find a game store that was selling Duel Monster cards.
  • In episode 68, Rare Hunter 3 uses this card during his Tag Duel with Rare Hunter 2 against Yami Yugi and Seto Kaiba. When Kaiba activates the effect of "Obelisk the Tormentor" to Tribute "Lord of D." and "Hyozanryu", destroy all monsters on the Rare Hunters' side of the field, and inflict 4000 damage to both Rare Hunters, one of the Rare Hunters activates this card to destroy all Attack Position monsters Yami Yugi and Kaiba control. This doesn't work as the effect of Kaiba's "Obelisk the Tormentor" isn't an attack. The effect of "Obelisk the Tormentor" then continues, wiping out both Rare Hunters' Life Points and winning Yami Yugi and Kaiba the duel.
  • In episode 85, this card can be seen when Yugi is rebuilding his Deck.

Virtual World

  • In episode 99, this card appears when Yami Yugi was building his Virtual World Deck for his Duel against Gansley.
  • In episode 112, Yami Yugi sets this card during his Tag Duel with Joey Wheeler against the Big Five. After he sets this card, he made his expression very obvious in order to get the Big Five's attention on him instead of Joey. Later, Nezbitt activates "Heavy Storm" to destroy this card. "Machine King" then attacks "Des Volstgalph", but Yugi reveals that what he did was a trick as "Des Volstgalph" gained 200 ATK when Nezbitt activated "Heavy Storm". As a result of this, "Des Volstgalph" destroys "Machine King". "Des Volstgalph" then inflicts 500 damage to Nezbitt.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Yugi has when he explains how his "Des Volstgalph" gained 200 ATK despite that he had no Spell or Trap Cards on his side of the field.

Battle City Finals

Waking the Dragons

  • In episode 178, Yami Yugi sets this card during his Tag Duel with Kaiba against Dartz. In the next episode, Yami Yugi could activate this card as he found out that Dartz's "Mirror Knight Tokens" have the souls of his friends in them (Yugi Muto, Joey Wheeler, Mai Valentine and Maximillion Pegasus) and can't bring himself to destroy the tokens as it might destroy his friends' souls too in the process. In the following episode, Kaiba activates "Fang of Critias" to merge it with this card in order to Special Summon "Mirror Force Dragon". In the next episode, Dartz's "Orichalcos Shunoros" attacks "Legendary Knight Critias", but Yami Yugi uses the effect of "Legendary Knight Critias" to activate this card from the Graveyard and destroy all of Dartz's monsters as well as inflict the ATK difference between "Legendary Knight Critias" and Dartz's monsters as damage to Dartz. This card was then banished afterwards. Dartz then activates the final effect of "Orichalcos Shunoros" in order to Special Summon "Divine Serpent Geh".

Grand Championship

  • In episode 196, this card is shown within Leon's backstory flashback when he explains how he became fascinated into Duel Monsters after discovering the game.
    • This card is later shown again when Leon is shown watching Yugi's Duels on television.
  • In episode 197, Yami Yugi uses this card during his Duel against Leon von Schroeder. When "Iron Hans" attacks directly, Yami Yugi activates this card to destroy "Iron Hans" and Leon's two "Iron Knights".

Dawn of the Duel

  • In episode 214, this card appears in a flashback Yugi has when he explains to his friends that he wished for real friends after solving the Millennium Puzzle. It is shown in Yugi's hand when Yugi is Dueling Joey in the said flashback.
  • In episode 221, Yami Yugi sets this card during his Duel against Yugi. In the next episode, "Silent Swordsman LV0" (whose ATK was 3500 due to its own effect) attacks "Obelisk the Tormentor" (whose ATK was 500 due to it being affected by "Ground Erosion" and the second mouth effect of "Slifer the Sky Dragon"), but Yami Yugi activates this card to destroy all monsters that Yugi controls. Yugi then reveals that he purposely did that because it was the only way for his plan to destroy the Egyptian Gods to continue as planned.[2]

Manga

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

  • In episode 168, this card can be seen in a display case among others as part of a replica of Yugi Muto's Deck.
  • In episode 179, this card is shown in Yugi's hand during his Duel against Jaden. In the next episode, "Elemental Hero Neos" (whose ATK was 3300 due to it being equipped with "Neos Force") attacks "Dark Magician", but Yugi activates this card to destroy all of Jaden's Attack Position monsters. The final effect of "Card Trooper" then activates, allowing Jaden to draw one card.
    • In the first above-mentioned episode, this card can be seen in a display case among others as part of a replica of Yugi Muto's Deck.

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

  • In episode 62, this card was shown in a flashback Rex Goodwin has when he explains how and why he became a Dark Signer. After Roman Goodwin had defeated Rex, he is shown dropping three Trap Cards, one of which is this card. Roman then realizes that his brother had lost the Duel on purpose. Rex then reveals that he purposely lost, so that he would become a Dark Signer.
  • In episode 69, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 77, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 79, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 81, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 80, this card was used as part of a Duel Puzzle that Crow Hogan, Jack Atlas, Yusei Fudo and Bruno had to solve in order to find out who stole Yusei's program.
    • On Crow's attempt, he equipped "Shooting Star Bow - Ceal" to "Green Gadget" in order to decrease the latter's ATK by 1000. "Tragoedia" (whose ATK was 3000 due to its effect) then attacks "Green Gadget", but the Robot activates this card to destroy "Tragoedia", resulting in Crow failing to solve the puzzle.
    • On Jack's attempt, he equipped "Axe of Despair" to "Tragoedia", increasing its ATK by 1000, but decreases its ATK and DEF by 600 (as Jack now has five cards in his hand). "Tragoedia" then attacks "Green Gadget" as Jack assumed the face-down card in the Duel Puzzle was changed. Unfortunately this assumption was wrong as the robot then activated this card to destroy "Tragoedia", resulting in Jack failing to solve the puzzle.
    • On Bruno's attempt, he takes control of "Ancient Gear Soldier" (who had the ability to forbid the opponent from activating Spells and Traps when it attacks) via the effect of "Tragoedia" after he activates "Cost Down" to reduce the Level of "Bird King Alector" by 2. Bruno then activates "Tribute to The Doomed" to destroy "Green Gadget" and decrease the ATK of "Stronghold the Moving Fortress" to 0 (as "Green Gadget", "Red Gadget", and "Yellow Gadget" were not all present on the field)). Bruno then equips "Axe of Despair" onto "Ancient Gear Soldier", increasing its ATK by 1000. "Ancient Gear Soldier" then attacks and destroys "Stronghold the Moving Fortress", depleting the Robot's remaining Life Points, and solving the Duel Puzzle.
  • In episode 83, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 84, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 85, Crow sets this card during his Ground Duel against Lyndon, but does not activate it. After Lyndon destroys "Blackwing Armor Master" through the effect of "Time Wizard" (as he succeeded in its effect), he uses "Monster Clock" and "Clock Knight No. 12" to attack directly and win the Duel. Although Crow could have activated this card to destroy Lyndon's monsters when they attacked, he, in the end, chose not to activate it.
  • In episode 96, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 97, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 98, this card is seen on a WRGP poster.
  • In episode 108, this card is shown falling out of Haluna's Deck when she drops it due to the lightning strikes.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL

  • In episode 12, this card is shown in a flashback Shark has when Scorch and Chills remind him he cheated in the National Duel Circuit by peeking at his opponent's Deck before the final round, which got him disqualified before he could have potentially won the Duel. This card appeared as part of the Deck Quattro used at the National Tournament. Shark noticed Quattro's Deck after it dropped off a plant pot and, due to pressure on winning, peeked at the Deck before the Duel. Before the Duel between him and Quattro was stopped, Shark believed Quattro set this card during his turn of the Duel.
  • In episode 26, Quattro throws this card at Shark to get his attention.
  • In episode 34, this card appears as part of the same flashback shown in episode 12.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

Yu-Gi-Oh! the Movie: Pyramid of Light

Scripted Duels

Video games

References

  1. In this and all further anime Duels, the card uses its TCG/OCG effect.
  2. When Yugi predicts this card, this card is mistakenly shown as "Dark Mirror Force" instead.

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