• In episode 42, Trey uses this card during his Tag Duel with Quattro against Yuma Tsukumo and Kite Tenjo. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Chronomaly Moai" and "Chronomaly Golden Jet" (who was Level 5 through its own effect). After Quattro Xyz Summons "Number 15: Gimmick Puppet Giant Grinder", Trey activates "Number Wall" to prevent this card from being destroyed by card effects (which allowed Quattro to use the effect of "Gimmick Puppet Giant Grinder" to destroy "Number 39: Utopia" without destroying this card). Later "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" attacks "Gimmick Puppet Giant Grinder", but Trey activates "Stonehenge Shield" to negate the attack, reduce the ATK of "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" to 0, and negate its effects. Trey then activates this card's effect to detach an Overlay Unit and inflict damage to Kite equal to the difference between the original ATK and current ATK of "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon". In the next episode, Yuma activates "Courageous Heart" to negate this card's effect. Later Trey activates "Chronomaly Pyramid Eye Tablet" to increase this card's ATK by 800. Trey then activates this card's effect to detach an Overlay Unit and inflict damage to Yuma equal to the difference between this card's original ATK and current ATK. This card then attacks "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon", but Kite activates "Battle Simulation" to halve the ATK of both battling monsters and prevent them from being destroyed in battle this turn. At the end of the Battle Phase, the effect of "Battle Simulation" expires, returning this card's ATK to 3200. Later Quattro activates the effect of "Number 40: Gimmick Puppet of Strings" to place a String Counter on every other monster on the field. On the last turn of the Duel, Kite activates "Overlay Regen" to force Quattro, Trey, and Yuma to take the top card of their Deck and attach to it to their respective Xyz Monsters as Overlay Units. After Kite Xyz Summons "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon", he activates its first effect to negate the effects of all other monsters on the field. Kite then activates the second effect of "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" to detach the Overlay Units of all other Xyz Monsters on the field, increase the ATK of "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" by 1500 (500 for each Overlay Unit that its effect detached), and allow it to attack three times (one attack for each Overlay Unit sent to the Graveyard by its effect). "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" then attacks and destroys this card, defeating Trey.
  • In episode 47, Trey uses this card during his Duel against Yuma. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Chronomaly Tula Guardian" and "Chronomaly Golden Jet" (who was Level 5 through its own effect). After Trey activates the effect of "Chronomaly Cabrera Catapult" in order to reduce the ATK of "Gogogo Golem" to 0, Trey activates this card's effect to detach "Chronomaly Golden Jet" and inflict damage to Yuma equal the difference between the original and current ATK of "Gogogo Golem". After Trey removes Yuma's memories of his father's teachings in order to make him scared and helpless, this card attacks and destroys "Gagaga Magician" (whose ATK was 1900 via "Bound Wand"). In the next episode, this card attacks directly, but Yuma is unable to do anything due to being too scared. Astral uses some of his power to remind Yuma of Kattobingu, which allows Yuma to see his hand and remember his cards' effects. Yuma then Special Summons "Gagaga Gardna" from his hand via its own effect. A replay occurs and Trey uses this card to attack and destroy "Gagaga Gardna" (shortly after Trey kills Astral for interfering). After Trey ends his turn, he intended to use the effect of "Chronomaly Cabrera Catapult" to decrease the ATK of the next monster Yuma summons and use this card's effect to win the Duel. Later "Number 39: Utopia" (whose ATK was 2800 via "Gagagarevenge") attacks and destroys this card (which was after Yuma's memories and personality were restored). After Trey Xyz Summons "Number 6: Chronomaly Atlandis", he activates its second effect to equip this card to it and increase the ATK of "Chronomaly Atlandis" by this card's ATK. In the following episode, Trey destroys this card in order to activate "Final Prophecy". After Yuma wins the Duel, Astral (revived by the power of Yuma's key and Trey's crest) absorbs this card and "Chronomaly Atlandis" after Trey leaves both cards behind for Yuma and Astral.
    • In the second above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a flashback Trey has when he taunts Yuma that he should have seen him kill Astral (Yuma was unaware of this because of Trey's crest altering Yuma's memories at that point).
  • In episode 65, this card appears in series of flashbacks Vetrix has when he explains in detail why his sons' crests were connected to their souls and why they were used to protect them from the corrupting power of the "Numbers".
  • 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 episode 74, this card is amongst the "Numbers" that appear in the Emperor's Key with Astral.
  • In episode 112, Yuma returns this card to Trey. In the next episode, he plays it while teaming with Yuma against Erazor, overlaying "Chronomaly Winged Sphinx" and "Chronomaly Moai Carrier" to Xyz Summon it. He increases its ATK with "Pyramid Eye Tablet", then uses this card's effect to inflict 800 damage to Erazor, knowing that Erazor would negate it with the effect of "Number 3: Cicada King". Trey uses Yuma's "Reservation Reward" to reveal and Set "Heart of Stone", then attacks "Cicada King" with this card, damaging him due to the DEF of that card. He then activates "Heart of Stone", letting this card attack again with its ATK doubled as its attack was unsuccessful. It attacks again, but Erazor uses "Cicada Illusion" to prevent the destruction of "Cicada King" by battle. When "Cicada King" attacks Yuma's "Utopia", Trey uses "Orichalcum Mirage" to redirect the attack to this card, destroying it.
  • This card's attack name is "Fire of Vril" in the Japanese version and "Meteor Meltdown" in the dub. Its effect name in both versions is "Infinity Cannon".

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