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  • In episode 123, this card appears in a flashback Dragan has when he tells Jack Atlas the last Duel they had was rigged by Rex Goodwin and if he had not been told to lose on purpose, he wouldn't have held back and lost. Dragan had set this card during his Turbo Duel against Jack, but didn't activate it. When "Red Dragon Archfiend" attacks "Garmr of the Nordic Beasts", Dragan was about to activate this card which would allow him to win the Duel, but he remembered Lazar told him he will only get the money for his father's operation if he lost the Duel and thus chose not to activate his Trap Card. "Red Dragon Archfiend" then destroys "Garmr of the Nordic Beasts". The rest of the Duel is not shown, but Dragan lost the Duel.
  • In episode 124, Dragan uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Jack. When "Red Dragon Archfiend" attacks "Garmr of the Nordic Beasts", Dragan activates this card to make the ATK of "Garmr" equal to the ATK of "Red Dragon Archfiend" for this turn. Dragan explains that if "Garmr" manages to destroy "Red Dragon Archfiend", this card will inflict damage to Jack equal to the ATK of "Red Dragon Archfiend". Jack then activates "Reaction Summon" to revive "Top Runner". Due to the effect of "Top Runner", "Red Dragon Archfiend" gains 600 ATK. "Red Dragon Archfiend" then destroys "Garmr". Dragan then reveals that using this card was only the first part of his true plan.

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