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Yu-Gi-Oh! GXEdit

Seven Stars Edit

  • In episode 27, Gravekeeper's Chief uses this card during his Duel against Jaden Yuki. After this card is activated, the ATK and DEF of "Gravekeeper's Assailant" and "Gravekeeper's Curse" increase by 500. This card also negated the effect of "Wroughtweiler" when Jaden tried to activate it as its effect involved removing cards besides "Wroughtweiler" from the Graveyard. In the next episode, the Chief summons "himself" to the field. This card's effect then boosted his ATK and DEF by 500. Due to the effect of the "Chief", his Graveyard is no longer affected by this card's effect. After "Gravekeeper's Spear Soldier" and "Gravekeeper's Curse" were revived, this card boosted their ATK and DEF by 500. On the final turn of the Duel, Jaden reveals that this card only prevents him from removing cards from the Graveyard and that means he can still activate effects in the Graveyard if they don't involve removing a card from the Graveyard (which allows Jaden to make use of the effect of "Elemental Hero Necroshade"). This card remained on the field until the duel was over.
    • In the second-mentioned episode, this card appeared in a flashback Jaden has when he reminds the Chief on him using "Royal Tribute" to force Jaden to discard all monsters in his hand. This card also appeared in a flashback Jaden has when it shows all the cards in Jaden's hand before "Royal Tribute" forced him to discard all the monsters in his hand.
  • In episode 29, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Jaden has when he remembers his previous experiences with actual Shadow Games.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXALEdit

Pre-World Duel Carnival Edit

  • 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.
  • In episode 26, this card appears in a flashback Quattro has when he reminds Shark of what got him disqualified in the Championship.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Quattro has when he reveals he purposely left his Deck on the plant pot in order to get Shark disqualified.
  • In episode 34, this card appears in a flashback Shark has when he reminds Quattro he set him up back at the Duel Circuit to get him disqualified.

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