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Card Trivia:T.G. Halberd Cannon

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  • This card is the only "T.G." Nomi Synchro Monster.
  • This card is the first Synchro Monster that requires at least three Synchro Monsters as its Synchro Materials
  • This card's name corresponds with "T.G. Blade Blaster". The "blade" part is replaced with "halberd" and the "blaster" part is replaced with "cannon".
  • This card's background is similar to the background of "T.G. Blade Blaster".
  • In episode 144, during the Summon animation of this monster, the Sun became a Supernova, and after the explosion, in its place, a giant black hole formed. This could be symbolism that explains that in the future (Z-one's), the excessive amount of Synchro Summons (Delta Accel Synchro Summon) caused a loss of control of the Ener-D and the destruction of the world and of humanity (sun's supernova), leaving in its place a world of ruin and without any form of life remaining (the Black Hole).
    • Antinomy might be one of the few individuals who did not cause the Ener-D to spin in reverse as he was able to perform Clear Mind.
  • This is the only signature card used by a survivor of the apocalyptic future that didn't have an effect in the anime that prevents from being destroyed by either banishing a specific monster in your Graveyard or Tributing a monster on the field.
  • This monster's appearance (especially in the anime) resembles the titular mecha of the anime Gunbuster as its colors are somewhat similar.
  • This is one of the few monsters Yusei was never able to defeat (not counting minor monsters that were used to Summon stronger ones). He did defeat its owner, but he never defeated the monster itself.

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