• In episode 112, Erazor plays this card against an Unknown Duelist. An unknown move causes the opponents Life Points to become 0.
    • In this episode this card was in silhouette form, it was also given to Erazor off screen.
  • In episode 113, Erazor plays this card against Yuma Tsukumo and Trey. Erazor overlays "Dream Cicada" and "Oily Cicada", which is treated as 2 Xyz Materials by its own effect. He overlays the two (treated as three) monsters to Xyz Summon this monster in Defense Position. Later, Yuma attacks this monster with "Number 39: Utopia", intending to use a combo involving "Utopia", "Double or Nothing" and "Reservation Reward" in order to destroy this card and deal massive damage. Yuma detaches an Overlay Unit to negate the attack, but Erazor activates this cards effect detaching an Overlay Unit to negate the effects of "Utopia" and increase this cards DEF by 500, increasing it from 2500 to 3000. The attack continues and since this card has more DEF than the ATK of "Utopia", this card isn't destroyed and Yuma takes 500 points of damage. Later, Trey activates the effect of "Number 33: Chronomaly Machu Mech" to deal Erazor 800 points of damage, as the ATK of "Machu Mech" increased by 800 due to "Chronomaly Pyramid Eye Tablet". Erazor activates this card's effect detaching an Overlay Unit to negate the effects of "Machu Mech" and increase this cards DEF by 500, increasing it from 3000 to 3500. Later, "Machu Mech" attacks this card and since this card has more DEF than the ATK of "Machu Mech", this card isn't destroyed. Trey takes 300 points of damage, since this card has 3500 DEF and "Machu Mech" has 3200 ATK, "Machu Mech" failed to destroy this card in battle. Trey uses "Reservation Reward" to activate his Set "Heart of Stone" to allow "Machu Mech" to attack this card again. Due to the effect of "Reservation Reward" the ATK of "Machu Mech" double, to 6400 ATK and its deals piercing damage, but Erazor activates "Cicada Illusion" to negate this cards destruction, also, battle damage is still applied. During Erazor's turn, he switches this monster into Attack Position and due to the effect of "Cicada Illusion", this card gains ATK equal to its DEF (3500), so this cards ATK increase from 1200 to 4700. This card then attacks "Utopia", but Trey activates "Orichalcum Mirage" changing the attack target to "Machu Mech". This card attacks and destroys "Machu Mech", since this card dealt battle damage, Erazor activates "Final Cicada". Which during Erazor's Standby Phase would deal to the opponent equal to the battle damage dealt (1500). Later, during Trey's next turn, Trey attacks this monster with "Number 6: Chronomaly Atlandis", which has 5900 ATK points from the effect of "Atlandis" and "Chronomaly Pyramid Eye Tablet". Yuma activates "Overlay Stopper" to negate the attack and attach "Overlay Stopper" to "Atlandis" as an Overlay Unit. Since the attack was negated Yuma activates "Double or Nothing" allowing "Atlandis" to attack again and doubling its ATK, from 5900 to 11800. From the effect of "Reservation Reward", the ATK of "Atlandis" double again, from 11900 to 23600, and allowing "Atlandis" to deal piercing damage. "Atlandis" attacks and destroys this monster winning Yuma and Trey the Duel.
    • Later this card is picked up by Yuma and later given to Trey.
  • In episode 122, this card appears when Trey drops the card when Quinton realizes there harmful effect of the "Fake Number" cards.
    • This card appears in a flashback when Vector explains that the "Numbers" Kite's group obtained were actually "Fake Number" cards.
  • In episode 123, this card appears with the other "Fake Numbers" when Mr. Heartland loses his Duel to Yuma Tsukumo and Astral, it is destroyed and it incinerates Mr. Heartland.

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