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  • In episode 1, Shark uses this card during his Duel against Yuma Tsukumo. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Big Jaws" and "Skull Kraken". Shark then activates this card's effect to detach "Skull Kraken" and increase its ATK by 500. This card then attacks and destroys "Gagaga Magician". In the next episode, "Gogogo Golem" (whose ATK was 2800 due to "Blustering Winds") attacks this card, but while Shark took Battle Damage, this card was not destroyed, as "Numbers" can only be destroyed by battle by another "Numbers". Later Shark activates this card's effect to detach "Big Jaws" and increase its ATK by 500. This card then attacks and destroys "Gogogo Golem". On Shark's next turn, this card attacks "Number 39: Utopia", but Yuma activates the effect of "Utopia" to negate the attack. On the last turn of the Duel, "Utopia" attacks this card and Yuma activates the effect of "Utopia" to negate the attack. Yuma then activates "Double or Nothing!" to double the ATK of "Utopia" and let it attack again. "Utopia" then attacks and destroys this card, winning Yuma the Duel. With Yuma's victory, Astral absorbs this card, freeing Shark from this card's influence.
    • In the second above-mentioned episode, this card appears in Astral's thoughts when he explains in detail to Yuma about the "Numbers" and how they work.
  • In episode 3, Yuma checks his Extra Deck during his Duel against Mr. Kay and finds this card and "Leviathan Dragon" inside, much to his relief (Yuma is surprised to see "Leviathan Dragon" inside his Extra Deck). Yuma wonders if Astral took those Numbers with him when he briefly disappeared. Astral explains that Yuma has access to the "Numbers" that he had absorbed.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Astral has when he notes if humans operate in perfect combination through eating and using the bathroom why is Yuma's Dueling incompetent.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Astral has when he notes even though his memories have been trapped in 99 different "Numbers" and then scattered, his memories won't return until he gathers them all.
  • In episode 4, Yuma uses this card during his Duel against Mr. Kay. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Zubaba Knight" and "Achacha Archer". Due to the effect of "Super Crashbug", this card's ATK and DEF are switched. After "Super Crashbug" is destroyed by the effect of "Overconfidence", the ATK and DEF of all monsters on the field return to their original values. This card then attacks and destroys "Number 34: Terror-Byte". This card remained on the field until the Duel was over.
    • This card also appears in Yuma's thoughts when he realizes he has two "Numbers" in his Extra Deck.
  • In episode 6, Yuma uses this card during his Duel against Flip Turner. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Gagaga Magician" (who was Level 3 via its own effect) and "Rai Rider". Flip then activates "Traitor Fog" to take control of this card. Later Flip activates this card's effect to detach an Xyz Material and increase its ATK by 500. After Flip activates the Flip Effect of "Flipangutan" to switch "Baby Tiragon" to Attack Position, this card attacks "Baby Tiragon", but Yuma activates "Half Unbreak" to prevent "Baby Tiragon" from being destroyed in battle this turn and halve all Battle Damage he takes this turn. After Yuma activates the effect of "Stinging Swordsman" to return "Ultra C" and "Traitor Fog" to Flip's hand, the second-to-last effects of both "Traitor Fog" and "Ultra C" give control of this card and "Utopia" to Yuma. This card then attacks and destroys Flip's Set "Flipangutan". This card remained on the field until the Duel was over.
    • This card and "Terror-Byte" also appear in Yuma's mind when he notes they are the only remaining "Numbers" in his possession and are his only chance of getting "Utopia" back since "Numbers" can only be destroyed in battle by other "Numbers".
  • In episode 9, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Bronk Stone has when he tells Tori Meadows that even though Yuma has never won against him at least once in the past, Yuma has recently been winning Duels against tougher opponents.
  • In episode 10, this card appears in Astral's thoughts when he explains that "Monster Reborn" can revive a monster in either player's Graveyard and had Yuma used "Monster Reborn" to revive "Friller Shark" and subsequently used the effect of "Gagaga Magician" to make it Level 3, he would have been able to Xyz Summon this card, which would have made Shark unable to use the second effect of "Friller Shark".
  • In episode 14, Yuma uses this card during his Duel against Kite Tenjo. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Zubaba Knight" and "Copy Knight" (whose name and Level were the same as "Zubaba Knight" through its own effect). Yuma then activates this card's effect to detach an Overlay Unit and increase this card's ATK by 500. Yuma then activates "Cross Attack" to target both this card and "Number 39: Utopia" in order to let "Utopia" attack directly but forbid this card from attacking this turn. This card remained on the field until the Duel was over.
  • In episode 17, this card is shown in a flashback Bronk Stone has when he reminds Flip he had a Number during his Duel against Yuma previously.
  • In episode 18, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Astral has when he realizes the feelings he felt was not just fear, but the precious feelings Yuma gave him.
  • In episode 22, this card is amongst the "Numbers" shown in the Emperor's Key with Astral after Orbital 7 steals the key from Yuma's locker and Shark is forced to take it in order to prevent Orbital 7 (and later Kite from taking it).
  • In episode 23, this card is amongst the "Numbers" shown in the Emperor's Key when Kite finds Astral.
    • This card also appears in Astral's thoughts when he notes the effect of "Battle Break" in his mind.
  • In episode 25, this card appears in a flashback Kite has after he arrives at the Duel Square and wonders if the memories he's scanning here are Astral's memories.
    • This card appears in a flashback Astral has when he reminds Yuma that Flip taking away the "Numbers" during his Duel against Yuma caused Astral's loss of consciousness and he plotted against Yuma in that Duel.
  • In episode 37, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Astral has when he notes the "Numbers" are pieces of his memories and he wonders what he really is.
  • In episode 65, Yuma uses this card during his Duel against Vetrix. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Amarylease" and "Stinging Swordsman" via "Sphere Field. In the next episode, Yuma activates this card's effect to detach an Overlay Unit and increase its ATK by 500. This card then attacks and destroys "Number 10: Illumiknight". Later Vetrix activates the effect of "Heraldic Beast Leo" from his Graveyard to target both "Number 69: Heraldry Crest" (whose ATK was 3100 via the effect it absorbed from this card) and this card in order to reduce this card's ATK by the difference between the original and current ATK of "Heraldry Crest". "Heraldry Crest" then attacks and destroys this card.
  • In episode 67, Dr. Faker uses Sphere Field to absorb this card along with every "Number" Yuma and Vetrix had in their possession after Yuma defeats Vetrix.
  • In episodes 68 and 69, this card is amongst the "Numbers" floating through the Sphere Field.
  • In episode 82, this card is amongst the "Numbers" shown with Astral in the Emperor's Key when Astral observes the "Numbers" he and Yuma currently have and which "Numbers" they still need to find.
  • In episode 112, this card and "Number 16: Shock Master" fall off of Yuma's pile of "Numbers" when he grabs them and almost throws them down on his desk in anger.
    • This card is also shown in Yuma's explanation to Mr. Heartland when he explains that to him and Astral the Numbers represent what they everything fighting for.
  • This card's attack name is "Vice Stream" in the Japanese version. In the dub, it has two attack names, "Sonic Shredding Stream" and "Shock Stream Blast".

Manga

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL

  • In Rank 6, Yuma plays this card against Tokunosuke Hyori. He overlays "Rai Rider" and "Gagaga Magician" to Xyz Summon it after changing the Level of the latter card to 3 via its own effect. Tokunosuke activates "Mistrust" to take control of it. Tokunosuke detaches an Overlay Unit to increase this card's ATK by 500 and attacks "Baby Tragon" with it, but Yuma protects it with "Half Unbreak". Yuma uses the effect of "Baby Tragon" to allow "Needle Swordsman" to attack directly, returning "Mistrust" to Tokunosuke's hand and this card to Yuma's control. It attacks and destroys Tokunosuke's "Urangutan".
  • In Rank 29, this card appears in Yuma's collection of "Numbers".

Yu-Gi-Oh! D Team ZEXAL

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