• In episode 69, Dr. Faker uses this card during his Duel against Yuma Tsukumo, Shark, and "Kite Tenjo. He Xyz Summons this card via the last effect of "Number 53: Heart-eartH" by using only the latter card for the Xyz Summon. In the next episode, this card's second effect switches "Number 39: Utopia", "Number 32: Shark Drake" and "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" to Defense Position. Faker then activates "Fake Form" to inflict 1200 damage to his opponents (400 damage for each monster whose battle position was changed by this card's effect), but Kite activates the first effect of "Kuriphoton" to take no damage for the rest of this turn. Later this card attacks "Shark Drake". Faker explains that this card's fourth effect will negate the battle damage he would take and inflict an equal amount of damage to his opponents as effect damage instead. Shark activates "Escape Lure" to change the attack target to "Utopia" and halve the damage and Yuma activates "Half Unbreak" to prevent this card's destruction and halve the damage Faker takes. The attack fails, but this card's fourth effect nullifies the damage, inflicts an equal amount of damage to Faker's opponents, and increases Faker's Life Points equal to the damage inflicted. Later "Chaos Number 39: Utopia Ray" attacks this card and Yuma activates "Gamusharush" to reduce the ATK of "Utopia Ray" to 0 and inflict 600 damage to Faker. On Shark's Standby Phase, this card's fifth effect banishes "Utopia Ray" and Yuma's Set card. On Kite's Standby Phase, this card's fifth effect banishes "Chaos Number 32: Shark Drake Veiss" and Shark's Set card, but as the set card "Xyz Dimension Splash", Shark activates its effect to Special Summon two "Hyper-Ancient Shark Megalodons". After Kite XYz Summons "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon", he activates its first effect to negate this card's effects. Kite then activates the effect of "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" to send this card's Overlay Unit to the Graveyard and increase the ATK of "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" by 500. "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" then attacks and destroys this card. After Vector (not named at this point) possesses Faker, Faker activates this card's sixth effect to revive it. In the following episode, this card gains 4000 ATK through its final effect as there were four cards banished. This card's second effect then switches "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" to Defense Position. Later this card attacks "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" (Faker intends to use the effect of "Barian's Gateway" to inflict 800 damage to his opponents when "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" is destroyed), but Kite activates "Photon Escape" to banish "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" and end the Battle Phase (which also increases this card's ATK to 5000). After Yuma Special Summons "Utopia Ray", "Shark Drake Veiss" and "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" via the first effect of "ZW - Ultimate Shield", this card's ATK is reduced to 2000. After Yuma equips "Ultimate Shield to "Utopia Ray" via the former monster's second effect and activates "Xyz Unity" to increase the ATK of "Utopia Ray" by the ATK of "Shark Drake Veiss" and "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon", "Utopia Ray" attacks directly via "Xyz Unity", but Faker activates "Barian's Battle Buster" to banish "Barian's Gateway" from his Graveyard (which increases this card's ATK to 3000) and negate the attack. After "Barian's Battle Buster" negates the second direct attack made by "Utopia Ray", Faker activates the final effect of "Barian's Battle Buster" to force this card and "Utopia Ray" to battle. Due to this card's fourth effect the damage Faker would take is nullified and an equal amount of damage is inflicted to Faker's opponents, but Yuma activates the final effect of "Ultimate Shield" to nullify the damage and increase the ATK of "Utopia Ray" by the damage his team would have taken as well as negate this card's effects. "Utopia Ray" then destroys this card, winning Yuma's team the Duel.
    • In the second above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a flashback Dr. Faker has when he explains why this card was summoned after "Heart-eartH" was attacked and how he was able to avoid losing when "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" attacked "Heart-eartH".
  • This card's attack name is "Heartbreak Cannon" in the Japanese version and "Dragon Cannon Blast" in the dub.

Video games