• In episode 63, Weevil Underwood had a boy sneak this card into Joey Wheeler's Deck as part of his plan to beat him. Joey later uses this card during his Duel against Weevil. Weevil activates "Reckless Parasite" to force Joey to Special Summon this card and turn all of Joey's monsters into Insect-Type. Joey realizes at this point that the boy from earlier must have slipped this card into his Deck when he took his Duel Disk. Later Joey switches his monsters to Defense Position as Weevil's "Reckless Parasite" and "Insect Barrier" prevented him from attacking. In the next episode, Joey switches his monsters to Attack Position in order to get Weevil to attack this card with "Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth". "Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth" then attacks this card, but Joey activates "Skull Dice" to roll and divide the ATK of "Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth" by the result. The result is a two, so the ATK of "Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth" is halved. Joey then activates "Graceful Dice" to roll a die and multiply this card's ATK by the result. Joey gets a four, so the ATK of this card is quadrupled. This card then destroys "Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth". Later Joey switches this card and "Panther Warrior" to Defense Position. This card remained on the field until the Duel was over.
    • In the first above-mentioned pisode, this card appeared on the screen of the laptop that Kenta was using when he was trying to let Serenity Wheeler know how the Duel between Joey and Weevil was going. In the next episode, this card was still shown on the screen of the laptop.
      • There are two copies of this card shown on the laptop during the latter-mentioned episode. In reality one of those copies should have been "Reckless Parasite" as there was only one copy of this card used during the Duel between Joey and Weevil.
  • In episode 68, Joey uses this card during his Duel against Mako Tsunami. When Joey draws this card, he became shocked and annoyed that this card was still in his Deck. Joey then notes to himself that he had forgotten to remove this card from his Deck after he defeated Weevil. Despite this, Joey thought he could try to use this card to his advantage, so he sets this card in Defense Position. Mako then Summons "Flying Fish" and uses it to attack and destroy this card. Since this card was destroyed in battle, its Flip Effect does not activate (in the original, Mako claimed Joey needed to Tribute a monster in order to activate this card's effect). The card never appeared again, so it can be assumed Joey removed this card from his deck after he defeated Mako in the next episode.
    • In the first above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a flashback Joey has when he remembers this card infecting his monsters when it was brought out onto his side of the field.
  • In episode 87, this card appears in a series of flashbacks that Joey has when he notes to Odion that he has met many people on his way to the Battle City Finals and he kept fighting all the way no matter how grim the situation was.
  • In episode 124, this card is shown in a flashback that Joey has when he remembers all the Duelists he faced on his way to the Battle City Finals.

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