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  • In episode 48, Trey uses this card during his Duel against Yuma Tsukumo. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Chronomaly Sol Monolith" and "Chronomaly Mud Golem" (who was Level 6 via the effect of "Chronomaly Sol Monolith"). Trey then activates this card's second effect to equip it with the "Number 33: Chronomaly Machu Mech" in his Graveyard, increasing its ATK by the ATK of "Chronomaly Machu Mech". This card then attacks "Number 39: Utopia", but Yuma activates the effect of "Utopia" to negate the attack. Trey then activates this card's third effect to detach an Overlay Unit and halve Yuma's Life Points. In the next episode, Yuma activates the effect of "Overlay Eater" to detach this card's remaining Overlay Unit and attach it to "Chaos Number 39: Utopia Ray". Yuma then activates the effect of "Utopia Ray" three times to increase its ATK by 1500 (500 for each Overlay Unit detached) and decrease this card's ATK by 3000 (1000 for each Overlay Unit detached). "Utopia Ray" then attacks this card, but Trey activates "Thunder Pot" to negate the attack and end the Battle Phase. On Yuma's End Phase, the effect of "Utopia Ray" expires, returning the ATK of "Utopia Ray" and this card to 2500 and 5000 respectively. On Trey's Standby Phase, this card's fourth effect halves both players' Life Points. This card then attacks "Utopia Ray", but Yuma activates "Battle Break" to destroy this card and end the Battle Phase. Trey then activates "Final Prophecy" to negate and destroy "Battle Break" by destroying "Chronomaly Machu Mech" (which returns this card's ATK to its original value). Yuma then activates "Half Unbreak" to prevent "Utopia Ray" from being destroyed and halve the Battle Damage he takes. Trey explains that during his next Standby Phase, "Final Prophecy" will inflict damage to both players equal to the change in ATK this card had when "Chronomaly Machu Mech" was destroyed in order to activate "Final Prophecy". Later "Utopia Ray" (whose ATK was 3600 due to "ZEXAL Weapon - Phoenix Bow") attacks this card. Yuma then activates the second effect of "Phoenix Bow" to destroy this card, reduce the battle damage inflicted to 0 and inflict 1000 damage to Trey, winning Yuma the Duel. After Yuma wins the Duel, Astral (revived by the power of Yuma's key and Trey's crest) absorbs this card and "Chronomaly Machu Mech" after Trey leaves both cards behind for Yuma and Astral.
    • In the second above-mentioned episode, this card appears in flashback Trey has when he remembers Vetrix telling him that the new powers he gets from his (Vetrix's) crest will allow him to control this card, but it will take a huge toll on his body and mind.
    • In the second above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a flashback Trey has when he remembers Vetrix giving him both this card and "Final Prophecy" as a reward for being able to endure so much. Trey shows concern over using "Final Prophecy", but Vetrix assures him that he can consider it his lucky charm as it's the card of destruction. Vetrix reveals that if "Final Prophecy" is activated both Trey and his opponent won't be safe anymore, but just in case he decided to entrust the card to Trey as insurance.
  • In episode 64, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Vetrix when he explains he had attempted to get the various finalists in the World Duel Carnival to become angry in order to allow him to be able to control and use "Number 69: Heraldry Crest".
  • In episode 65, this card appears in a flashback Yuma has when he declares Trey told him to save his family.
    • This card also 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 66, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Yuma has when he states that he understands that Trey, Quattro and Quinton were great people and frantically supported their father and that to the very end, they were all concerned about him.
  • 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" shown with Astral in the Emperor's Key.
  • In episode 89, Yuma uses this card during his Duel against the Shadow Giant. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Dododo Warrior" and "Gagaga Magician" (who was Level 6 via its own effect). Yuma then activates this card's effect to halve the Shadow Giant's Life Points by detaching an Overlay Unit. Later "Unformed Void" (whose ATK was 5100 through its own effect) attacks and destroys this card as "Unformed Void" can negate monster effects that prevent destruction by battle.
  • In episode 112, Yuma returns this card and "Number 33: Chronomaly Machu Mech" to Trey for their upcoming Duel against Erazor.
  • In episode 113, Trey uses this card during his Tag-Team Duel with Yuma against Erazor. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying "Gillagillancer" with itself via "Orichalcum Chain". Trey then activates this card's second effect to equip it with the "Number 39: Utopia" in Yuma's Graveyard, increasing its ATK by the ATK of "Utopia". Due to "Chronomaly Pyramid Eye Tablet", this card gains 800 ATK. This card attacks "Number 3: Cicada King" and Yuma activates "Overlay Stopper" to negate the attack and attach "Overlay Stopper" to this card as an Overlay Unit. Yuma then activates "Double or Nothing!" to double this card's ATK and let it attack again. Due to "Reservation Reward", this card's ATK is doubled once more. This card then attacks and destroys "Cicada King", winning Yuma and Trey the Duel.
  • In episode 114, this card is shown in a flashback in a Baria Crystal that Vector and Mr. Heartland watch showing Yuma and Trey's victory over Erazor. Mr. Heartland claims that if the duel had just gone on a little more than Erazor would have won the Duel.
  • In episode 138, Don Thousand absorbs this card along with every "Number" in Mizar's possession after he absorbs Mizar.
  • In episode 141, Nash absorbs this card along with every "Number" in Don Thousand's possession after Don Thousand is defeated and he willingly allows his power to be absorbed by Nash.
  • This card's attack name is "Divine Punishment" in the Japanese version and "Eternal Devastation" in the dub. Its attack name in the Japanese version when equipped with "Utopia" is "Hope Sword Cross-Atlantal Slash". Its effect name in both versions is "Orichalcum Gate"

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