- The Winged Dragon of Ra is the final and strongest of the Egyptian God Cards. It is the key card of Marik Ishtar during the Battle City arc of the series, and is described as being so powerful even the other two God cards combined cannot defeat it. To contain this power, an extra level of protection exists on the card; besides the above mentioned qualification of possessing a Millennium Item, a special text on the card referred to as the Hieratic Text (
古代神官文字) prevents anyone who does not recite this text from using it. Also, the name of this card was printed in English in the original Japanese Anime and Manga: ＴＨＥ ＳＵＮ ＯＦ ＧＯＤ ＤＲＡＧＯＮ
- The attack of this monster is called "God Blaze Cannon" 「ゴッド・ブレイズ・キャノン」. Its ability to attack in the turn it was summoned from the Graveyard, regardless of any effect or condition in play, is called "Instant Attack". Ra can be transformed into the "Egyptian God Phoenix" 「ゴッドフェニックス」, or it can absorb all of its controller's Life Points but 1 (which is known as "Point-to-Point Transfer").
- Using the OCG/TCG terminology, the original effects of this card might described as follows:
【Divine-Beast/Effect/DIVINE/Level 10/ATK ?/DEF ?】
You must Tribute 3 monsters to Normal Summon or Set this card. The ATK and DEF of this card becomes the sum of the respective ATK and DEF of the monsters Tributed to summon it. When this card is Special Summoned from either player's Graveyard, it is returned to its controller's Graveyard at the End Phase of the turn. If this card is Special Summoned in Defense Position when your opponent has attacked with a monster, you may switch the attack target to this card. While this card is face-up on the field, it cannot be destroyed by card effects, returned to the player hand/Deck or removed from play, its control cannot be switched, it cannot be equipped with Equip Cards, and it is Unaffected of that of Spells, Trap and other Monsters. When this card is successfully Special Summoned from the Graveyard, it cannot be prevented from attacking under any conditions, and can attack all monsters your opponent controls once each and, if your opponent controls no monsters after this effect resolves, it can attack your opponent directly, even if it has already attacked one or more times this turn; you may also activate one of the following effects:
●Pay all but 1 of your Life Points and Tribute any amount of monsters you control to increase the ATK and DEF of this card by the amount of Life Points paid and the combined sum of the ATK and DEF of all the Tributed monsters.br />
● By discarding 1 "De-Fusion" from your hand or sending it to the Graveyard while it is face-down, you gain Life Points equal to the total ATK of this card, and this card’s ATK and DEF both become 0; if you use this effect after you attacked with this card, the attack is negated.
- Note: In episode 222, during the duel between Atem and Yugi, Marik Ishtar claims that if Atem activates the abilities of The Winged Dragon of Ra, he could increase it's ATK to almost 15,000: 5000 (Ra's ATK) + 2500 (Obelisk's ATK) + 3000 (Slifer's ATK) + 3999 (all but 1 of Atem's life points) = 14,499. In episode 85 of the Yu-Gi-Oh GX series, a man named Franz successfully activated both The Winged Dragon of Ra's Point-to-Point Transfer and Egyptian God Phoenix abilities. It should be noted that The Winged Dragon of Ra was Tribute Summoned in both cases. It is therefore ambiguous at best whether or not Ra's Point-to-Point Transfer and Egyptian God Phoenix abilities require Ra to be Special Summoned to be activated in the Anime series. It is possible this requirement was dropped after the Battle City Tournament since these were the only two major appearances The Winged Dragon of Ra had in a duel after that tournament.
- This card was the second Egyptian God Card Marik obtained.
- In episode 60, this card appears in a flashback Marik has when he realizes Ishizu was the one who gave Kaiba "Obelisk the Tormentor". As revealed in the flashback Marik has, Marik obtained this card by taking control of a guard and ordering the guard to input the code that keeps this card from within his reach.
- In episode 62, this card and the other two Egyptian God Cards appear during Marik's explanation. Marik explained that Yami Yugi's memories existed within the three Egyptian God Cards and whoever can own all three will become the new Pharaoh and use the Millennium Items.
- After Marik tells Odion his plans on getting the Millennium Puzzle and "Obelisk the Tormentor", he rises out of his throne and takes this card off of a table. Marik notes that he will soon combine this card with the other two Egyptian God Cards to gain the power he desires.
- In episode 65, this card and the other two Egyptian God Cards appear in Marik's mind and his intended plan. He notes that once he gains the Millennium Puzzle and "Obelisk" by beating Yami Yugi and Kaiba, he will be able to combine the power of the three God Cards and the power of the Millennium Puzzle to gain the power of the Pharaoh.
- In episode 81, this monster appears within Marik's thoughts when he notes that he will use this card to send Yugi into the darkness.
- This card also appears in Yami Yugi's thoughts when he notes that the Battle City Finals will be a clash against the three Egyptian God Cards.
- In episode 85, this card appears in Shadi's backstory which relates to Pegasus creating the Egyptian God Cards and what he did with them after. After first painting the artwork for the Egyptian Gods, Pegasus entered a dream where he saw the Gods bringing chaos upon Egypt and Shadi explained to Pegasus the danger he has just created. Upon waking, Pegasus realized that he has enraged to Gods. After Pegasus created the three God Cards, he placed them in a briefcase and decided to take them back to Egypt. He then gave the God Cards to Ishizu who sealed them away.
- In the quarter-finals of Battle City, Marik Ishtar has his adopted brother Odion Ishtar use a counterfeit copy of this card to impersonate him while dueling Joey. Odion banishes this card from his hand via the effect of "Temple of the Kings". Soon enough Joey was starting to get skeptical on Odion being Marik as he was playing fairly while Marik actually cheats to win. After a while, Odion decided that he had to play the counterfeit copy of this card to make everyone believe he is Marik. Odion then played this card by using the effect of "Temple of the Kings" to Tribute his "Mystical Beast Serket" ("Serket" counts as three tributes because it destroyed three of Joey's monsters) while also paying half of his Life Points to activate the effect of his Field Spell. When Odion plays the counterfeit Ra and orders it to attack Joey directly, lightning appears and strikes both duelists out cold as playing the counterfeit and having it attack angered the real "Ra". Kaiba then declared that whichever one of them stood up first would win the match. When Joey wins this way, Marik reveals himself before being consumed by his evil alter-personality.
- In episode 88, this card appears in a flashback Marik has when he remembers having his Rare Hunters test out the counterfeit versions of "The Winged Dragon of Ra". An unknown Rare Hunter is shown using this card in an Duel against another Rare Hunter. The former-mentioned Rare Hunter is shown Tributing "Kamakiriman", "Boar Soldier", and "Dark Zebra" to summon a counterfeit of this card. As the card was a counterfeit, the fake card caused the Rare Hunter to be killed by a bolt of lightning.
- In the same flashback Marik reveals to Odion that he had his Rare Hunters made multiple counterfeit copies of this card as he couldn't risk losing the original.
- In episode 89, this card appears in a flashback Marik has when he notes that he had his Rare Hunters test the counterfeit copies of this card extensively, but despite this Odion couldn't control a counterfeit copy as his actions anger the real version of this card.
- This card also appears in Marik's thoughts when he notes that he thought that Odion could control this card.
- This card is used in the duel between Yami Marik and Mai Valentine. Mai uses the effect of her "Amazoness Chain Master" to take the card from Marik and add it to her hand. She later sacrificed her three "Harpie Lady Sisters" to summon "Ra", but it appeared in its sphere form and not knowing the ancient text, Mai was not able to release "Ra". After "Holding Arms" and "Holding Legs" attacked Mai directly, Marik recited the ancient text and took control of "Ra". He then had this card attack Mai directly, winning him the duel.
- In episode 92, this card appears on the screen of the computer Mokuba was using when he notifies his brother that there is more than just the chant written on this card. He then tells his brother he will decode the rest of the text now.
- This card also appears in a flashback that Mai has when she notes to herself she didn't see the ancient text on this card when it was in her hand.
- In episode 93, this card appears on the computer Mokuba was using when he was deciphering the text written on this card. In the next episode, this card is still shown on the same computer that Mokuba was using to decipher the text written on this card. Mokuba soon sees that his brother is losing his Duel, so he leaves to go support and help his brother.
- In episode 95, this card is shown on Mokuba's computer screen when he shows that the text on this card is being translated. Kaiba then becomes surprised that he can read and understand the ancient language by himself. He decides to use this knowledge to help him figure out a way to beat this card.
- In episode 96, this card appears on the computer Kaiba was using. Kaiba wonders why he can read the text on this card so easily. This allowed him to know a bit more on this card's other ablities. Kaiba notes the only thing left now is to beat Marik and win this card from him.
- This card also appears in a flashback Yami Marik has when he notes to Yami Bakura the latter was unconscious when Yami Marik defeated Mai with this card.
- This card is used again during an unofficial duel between Yami Bakura and Yami Marik in the Battle City finals, Yami Bakura takes control of Ra by using "Dark Designator" to force Marik to add the card to his hand then used Exchange to take the card from him (while Marik took Monster Reborn from Bakura). Since Marik's spirit was inside Bakura he could control Ra but Marik used "Joyful Doom" to set the ATK of all the monsters that Bakura tributed to 0, which also left Ra with 0 ATK. This forced Yami Bakura to switch this card into Defense Position. On the next turn, Yami Bakura saw Ra as useless since it had 0 ATK, so Yami Bakura tributed Ra to summon "Dark Ruler Ha Des". This proved to be faulty as Marik then used the Monster Reborn he took from Bakura to revive Ra and used its hidden ability to transfer all but one of his Life Points to "Ra". As card effects don't affect "Ra", it could attack even though "Vengeful Bog Spirit" was face-up. It then attacked and destroyed all of Yami Bakura's monsters, Yami Bakura. During this duel, it was stated that Ra had the ability to attack the first turn it is summoned, despite Magic and Trap cards that would usually prevent this.
- In episode 97, this card appears on Kaiba's computer when he finds out about Ra's Instant Attack special ability.
- This card also appears within Kaiba's mind when he notes off the Egyptian God Cards and who owns them currently.
- This card also appears in Kaiba's thoughts when he learns that most Trap Cards don't work on the Egyptian God Cards and that Spell Cards affect them for only one turn.
- In episode 122, this card is shown in a flashback that Kaiba has when he states that now is the time to decide who the true winner of Battle City is.
- In episode 123, this card is shown when Kaiba formulates to himself his plan on defeating Yugi and Yami Marik, winning their respective Egyptian Gods Cards("Slifer the Sky Dragon" and The Winged Dragon of Ra"), and becoming the number one Duelist once again. This card is also shown in two flashbacks. The first was one that Joey had when he remembered that he must save Mai by defeating Marik. The other flashback was one that Ishizu had when she remembers how her brother's evil persona got rid of their father and how Marik soon abandoned his job as a Tomb-Keeper and went off with Odion to steal the three Egyptian God Cards for his own gain.
- In episode 125, this card appears in a series of flashbacks that Kaiba has when he states to Yugi and his friends that he had uncovered the hidden secrets that this card has in its effects.
- In his duel against Joey in the Battle City Finals, Yami Marik discarded the card due to the effect of his Nightmare Mirror trap card. On his last turn of the duel, Marik revives "The Winged Dragon of Ra" with Monster Reborn" and then uses its Egyptian God Phoenix effect to destroy "Gilford the Lightning". This caused a great amount of pain to Joey because of the effect and caused him to lose due to passing out before he could deal the finishing blow.
- In episode 136, this card appears in a flashback that Yugi has when he notes to Yami Yugi that Joey could have won the tournament if Yami Marik's Shadow Game didn't make him pass out of exhaustion.
- In episode 138, this card appears in a flashback Joey has when he remembers his Duel with Yami Marik and when he is explaining to his friends that Yami Marik just needs this card in order to bring "The Winged Dragon of Ra" out because many of its devastating effects can be activated when it's revived.
- In his duel with Yami Yugi, Yami Marik first discarded "Ra" to activate "Vampiric Leech". He then used "Left Arm Offering" to add "Monster Reborn" to his hand, but Yugi counters that with "Exchange". When Yugi attacks "Juragedo" with "Slifer the Sky Dragon", Yami Marik used "Dark Spell Regeneration" to activate the "Monster Reborn" in Yugi's Graveyard (It went there due to Yugi earlier using it to revive his "Queen's Knight" who was destroyed by "Juragedo"), allowing him to use "Monster Reborn"'s effect to summon this card in its Phoenix Mode. Yami Marik then activated the effect of Egyptian God Phoenix to destroy Yugi's "Slifer the Sky Dragon". This card then went back to the Graveyard. Marik then used "Zombie's Jewel" to add "Monster Reborn" from Yugi's Graveyard to his hand. He then used "Monster Reborn" to bring back this card. Then he gives all but one of his Life Points to "Ra". He then tributes his "Juragedo" to give its ATK to this card. He then attacks Yami Yugi directly with this card, but Yugi activates "Fiend's Sanctuary", summoning a "Metal Fiend Token". Yugi then reveals that if "Ra"'s attack hits the token then the Battle Damage that Yugi would take would be inflicted to Yami Marik instead. Yamir Marik however then used "De-Fusion" to give all of "Ra"'s ATK back to his Life Points, saving himself and stopping the attack. This card then went back to Yami Marik's Graveyard. Later on, Marik would summon this card back with "Monster Reborn" (which he had retrieved from the Graveyard due to "Magical Stone Excavation"). He then used the effect of this card's Phoenix Mode to destroy "Obelisk the Tormentor", but Yugi used his own "Monster Reborn" to summon "Slifer". He then used "Slifer" to intercept the effect, destroying it but saving Obelisk. This card then went back to the Graveyard. Yami Marik then used "Surprise Attack from Beyond" to repeat his Battle Phase and summon this card back to the field. He then paid all but one of his Life Points to transfer the paid Life Points to this card. Yugi then used "Soul Taker", but Yami Marik points out that Spell won't work on "Ra", however Yugi says he is not aiming for "Ra", but for Marik's "Egyptian God Slime". He then used "Soul Taker"'s effect to use "Egyptian God Slime" as a tribute for "Obelisk"'s effect. This activated "Obelisk"'s effect, destroying all of Marik's monsters and inflicting 4000 points of damage to him. This card wasn't destroyed due to its effect, but the damage will still be inflicted, however Marik then activates "Class System" to negate "Obelisk"'s effect as "Obelisk" and "Ra" have the same level. Marik then tributed his "Granadora" and "Bowganian" to transfer their ATK to "Ra". He then had this card attack "Obelisk", but Yugi activated "Magical Dimension", tributing "Gazelle" and "Obelisk" to negate the attack and summon "Dark Magician". Yugi then activates "Ragnarok" as he had his "Dark Magician" and "Dark Magician Girl" out. The Spell then negated its effects before removing it from play. This also destroyed a large part of Yami Marik since he was fused with "Ra", allowing the good Marik to regain control of his body. Afterwards, a reformed Marik surrenders the duel, making Yugi the winner. Marik then hands this card to Yugi as per the Battle City Rules.
- In episode 139, this card appears in a vision-like flashback Yami Marik shows to Yami Yugi when the former reveals what he did to Bakura.
- In episode 140, this card appears in Yami Yugi's mind when he notes to himself that Yami Marik will use "Egyptian God Slime" to protect his Life Points until he can get back his "Monster Reborn" card which he will then use to bring back this card and if that happens, Yami Marik will use this card to destroy "Obelisk".
- In episode 141, this card appears in a flashback Yami Yugi has when he and Yugi remember Yami Marik fusing together with this card earlier in the Duel(the one between Yami Marik and Yami Yugi). Yugi reminded Yami Yugi that once Yami Marik fuses with this card, he will also become a monster.
- In episode 143, this card appeared in a flashback Yugi had when he remembered Joey being attacked by this card during his Duel with Yami Marik and Joey falling unconscious before he could deal the final blow to Marik.
- In episode 144, this card appears in a flashback Téa has when she remembers the gang seeing the Gods cards for the first time on the Battle Ship. This card is also shown in another flashback Téa has when she remembers Yugi winning the Battle City Tournament and winning all three Egyptian God Cards.
Waking the DragonsEdit
- After Battle City becomes over, Yugi goes to the Tablet of Lost Memories in the Domino Museum to finish his quest on finding the Pharaoh's lost memories. He holds the three God Cards in front of the tablet while wearing his Millennium Puzzle to try to open a doorway into the past, but thanks to Dartz, the tablet becomes encased in ice and the Gods are weakened down.
- The God Cards are later stolen by Valon, Rafael, and Alister during the night. Yugi and his friends demand them back, but the three Swordsmen refuse. Rafael claims to Yugi if he wants them back then he has to Duel them at the Construction Site. Rafael gives "Obelisk" to Gurimo before the gang confront the Swordsmen. Gurimo then proceeds in Dueling Yugi.
- Gurimo, in the end, loses to Yugi. Before his soul is taken, he tosses "Obelisk" to Rafael. Yugi demands the God Cards back, but Rafael just releases Rex and Weevil's souls before he and his allies get away.
- Rafael gives the God Cards to Dartz who then places them in the mouths of three snake statues. The statues then drain out the power of the God Cards and transfer the drained power to the Great Leviathan as well as link the real world with the Duel Monsters Spirit World, allowing the Great Leviathan to absorb both human souls and Duel Spirits to become stronger.
- In episode 148, this card appears in Dartz's lair. It was shown in the mouth of a snake statue where its power was being drained out and transferred to the Great Leviathan.
- In episode 153, this card appears in a flashback Mai has when she remembers being attacked by Ra, losing to Marik, and being forced to live a never-ending nightmare where her friends ignore her pleas for help while walking away from her.
- In episode 173, this card is seen in a series of flashbacks Mai has when she remembers all what Joey did for her as a friend.
- After Yami Yugi defeats Dartz in a Duel, he takes this card and the other two Egyptian God Cards back.
- In episode 183, Yami Yugi uses this card in the battle against The Great Leviathan. Right after getting all three Gods out, they release the three chosen Duelists from the Leviathan's grasp. The Gods then attack the Leviathan, but it doesn't injure it. The Leviathan than attacks, but Yami Yugi declares the attack names of all three Gods. The Gods then attack the Leviathan simultaneously, creating one gigantic attack that destroys the Leviathan and Dartz as well as free the souls that the Leviathan had captured.
- While Yugi and Yami Yugi are relaxing at the edge of a nearby lake, Yugi takes his Deck out and then takes the three Egyptian God Cards out of his Deck. He notes that he is happy that the three Egyptian God Cards are under their possession again.
Dawn of the DuelEdit
- In episode 199, this card appears in a flashback Yugi has when he remembers trying to use the Gods Cards with the stone tablet to help find Yami Yugi's true memories only for it to fail due to the interference of Dartz. Yugi notes that it will work this time since he believes that there is nothing that will stop them from trying to find Yami Yugi's memories.
- After explaining to Yugi how he got the box that held the pieces of the Millennium Puzzle, Solomon Muto asks to see the Gods cards again. Yugi gives his grandfather the box that held the Millennium Puzzle. Solomon takes them out and notes that he really wants them, but Yugi goes over and tries to take them back because he won't give them away. Solomon tries to tell Yugi that he wants to have them so he can try and sell them or show them off, but Yugi refuses to let that happen. Yugi takes the Gods Cards back and reminds him that Yami Yugi needs them in order to find his memories and they're too dangerous to be in anybody else's possession.
- That night, Rex and Weevil try to steal the Gods Cards in order to have them for themselves. They take the duffel bag where the God Cards and the Millennium Items are, but are unable to find the God Cards. Yami Bakura arrives and knocks out both Rex and Weevil before taking the Millennium Ring for himself. Yugi arrives and Yami Bakura just tosses the duffel bag back to him. Yugi finds the God Cards still safe within the box(only this card was shown in the box when Yugi opens it, but Yugi confirms himself that they were all safe), but demands the ring back, but Yami Bakura refuses, saying he needs it. After a conversation between Yami Yugi and Yami Bakura, the latter leaves with the ring.
- After Yugi and the gang get to Egypt and the ancient tablet, Yami Yugi takes the God Cards out. He then holds them out in front of the tablet. Both the Millennium Puzzle and the tablet then glow. Yami Yugi's spirit then comes out of Yugi's body and into the light, taking him back to ancient Egypt to relearn what his true memories were(Unbeknownst to Yami Yugi, Yami Bakura also followed him to ancient Egypt with him due to part of himself being in the Millennium Puzzle).
- After Atem recovers his life force with the help of Yugi, Tea, Joey and Tristan, he is able to call on The Winged Dragon of Ra to battle Bakura's Diabound. Unlike Slifer and Obelisk, it is able to destroy Diabound, but Bakura reverses time to prevent Ra's summoning and avoid defeat.
- In episode 216, this card appears in a flashback Yami Yugi has when he notes to himself that Yami Bakura was probably right about his revival being the thing that caused all of the bad events that had recently happened.
- Yami Yugi summons the three Egyptian Gods to fight Zorc after he is revived. Although they defeat him successfully at first. Zorc gets back up at full strength and turns the Egyptian Gods into stone, rendering them useless. Later Yami Yugi regains his real name (Atem) and his father tells him to call forth the light that will swallow the darkness. Yami Yugi then calls for the three Egpytian Gods to revive themselves. This causes the Egyptian God cards within Yugi's Deck to come out and revive the Egyptian Gods themselves. Atem then combines all three gods to form The Creator God of Light, Horakhty. The Creator God of Light then attacks and destroys Zorc once and for all.
- In the anime, this monster takes part in the final battle between Atem and Yugi, although Atem does not use the full extent of its power in the battle. Atem summons this monster by tributing his "Queen's Knight", "King's Knight" and "Jack's Knight" as well as reciting the ancient chant needed to call forth this monster. On Atem's next turn, he had this card destroy "Valkyrion the Magna Warrior" while he had "Slifer" destroy "Silent Swordsman LV0". "Obelisk then attacks Yugi directly, but Yugi activates "Mirage Ruler" to bring back both his monsters and revert his Life Points to how they were before Atem attacked at the cost of 1000 Life Points. Because both of Yugi's monsters were stronger than "Obelisk", Yami had no choice but to call off his attack. When Yugi tributed his "Valkyrion" to summon back his three Magnet Warriors, he activated "Slifer"'s second mouth effect, however Yugi used "Magnet Force" to redirect the effect back at the Egyptian Gods, decreasing their ATK by 2000. Yugi then had his "Silent Swordsman LV0" attack "Obelisk", but Atem activates "Mirror Force" destroying all of Yugi's monsters. Yugi however wanted this to happen. He then activated "Magnet Reverse" to summon back "Valkyrion" in Defense Positon. This activates "Slifer"'s effect, but "Magnet Force" redirects the effect at "Obelisk", destroying it. Yugi then tributed "Valkyrion" to summon back his three Magnet Warriors. This activates "Slifer"'s effect again, but "Magnet Force" steps in and redirects the effect back at Ra and Slifer. One blast hits Ra, decreasing its ATK to 1000. The second blast hits Ra and decreases its ATK to 0, destroying it. The final blast hits Slifer and decreases its ATK to 0, destroying it. This monster is not used in Atem's final duel against Yugi in the manga.
- In episode 222, this card appears in a flashback Joey has when he remembers being attacked by this card during his Duel with Yami Marik. He notes that it was incredibly intense that he lost nearly all his strength from the attack.
- In episode 18, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Syrus Truesdale has when he notes to Jaden Yuki all the accomplishments that Yugi made in Duelist Kingdom and Battle City.
- In episode 85, a renegade card designer from Industrial Illusions named Franz uses a counterfeit copy of this card, defeating and wounding two participants in the Genex Tournament with the said copy. He then uses this card in his duel against Jaden Yuki. He summons it by Tributing his three "Ra's Disciples". This card's ATK and DEF then became 3300 due to its effect. Franz then activates "Mound of the Bound Creator" to enslave "Ra" and avoid having to fulfill any of the requirements for using it. This card then attacks and destroys "Elemental HERO Necroid Shaman". "Mound of the Bound Creator" then inflicts 400 damage to Jaden. Next turn this card attacks and destroys "Elemental HERO Neos". Franz's Field Spell then inflicts 400 damage to Jaden. On Jaden's second to last turn of the duel, he uses "Burst Impact" to destroy all monsters out except "Elemental HERO Burstinatrix" and inflict 300 damage to each player for each of their destroyed monsters. While "Nubian Guard" was destroyed by "Burst Impact", this card was not as this card's effect prevented it from being destroyed. Franz then uses this card's Egyptian God Phoenix effect to destroy "Burstinatrix". He then uses this card's effect to fuse himself with it, reducing his Life Points to 1 and adding the amount of Life Points he payed to this card's ATK. This card then attacks Jaden directly, but Jaden pays half of his Life Points to send his "Damage-Off Zone" to the Graveyard and reduce the Battle Damage from the attack 0. Jaden then activates "Skyscraper 2 - Hero City", destroying "Mound of the Bound Creator". Jaden then threatens to use "Neo-Spacian Glow Moss's" effect to attack Franz directly, so Franz opts to use "De-Fusion" to drop "Ra's" ATK to 0 and add the amount of ATK that Ra lost to his Life Points. Jaden then destroys Ra with "Glow Moss" and then he attacks Franz directly with "Neos". Franz had the intention of using "Monster Reborn" to bring this card back on his next turn, but Jaden then Special Summons this card to his side of the field using "Necro Illusion". Jaden then pays all but 1 of his Life Points to raise "Ra's" ATK by the amount he payed. He then Tributes "Neos" and "Glow Moss" to add their ATK to "Ra"'s. This card then attacks Franz directly, defeating him. Franz then returns this card back to Maximillion Pegasus.
- In episode 179, this card is seen on a flyer that Jaden reads about Yugi winning the Battle City Tournament.
- Yugi attempts to summon it during his second duel against Yako Tenma. Yakou, however, prevented this summon with the effect of his "Triage" Trap Card.
Pyramid of LightEdit
- In the movie Ra is seen in Kaiba's simulation duel as he tries, but fails, to find a way to defeat the three God Cards. When simulation Kaiba gets out his "Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon" and strengthens it with "Megamorph", simulation Yugi tributes this card and "Slifer" to activate "Obelisk the Tormentor"'s effect which then destroyed simulation Kaiba's Monster and wiped out the remainder of his Life Points.
- When Kaiba duels Yugi in an actual duel, Yugi summons "Slifer the Sky Dragon" and uses it to destroy "Rare Metal Dragon". Kaiba then plays Obligatory Summon to force Yugi to summon Ra and Obelisk. Kaiba immediately activates "Pyramid of Light" removing all three God Cards from play. Later, Yugi plays "Reverse of Reverse" to activate Kaiba's "Return from the Different Dimension" against Anubis(who threw Kaiba aside and took over the Duel after he saw that Kaiba outlived his usefulness). Ra appears with "Slifer" and "Obelisk" to defeat Anubis and his "Theinen the Great Sphinx". Yugi then tributes "Ra" and "Slifer" to activate the effect of "Obelisk", destroying "Theinen" and wiping out the remainder of Anubis' Life Points.