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Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 027
Yugioh027
Kanji

海馬散る! 無敵のトゥーンワールド

Rōmaji

Kaiba Chiru! Muteki no Tūn Wārudo

Japanese translation

Kaiba Falls! The Invincible Toon World

English

Champion vs. Creator, Part 2

Episode number

27

Japanese air date

October 24, 2000

English air date

May 25, 2002

Music
Japanese opening

V O I C E

English opening

Season one theme

Japanese ending

Energizing Shower
元気のシャワー

Chronology
Episode listing Yu-Gi-Oh! episode listing (season 1)
Previous Champion vs. Creator, Part 1
Next The Night Before

Champion vs. Creator, Part 2, known as Kaiba Falters! The Invincible Toon World in the Japanese version, is the twenty-seventh episode of Yu-Gi-Oh!. It aired in Japan on October 24, 2000, and in the US on May 25, 2002.

Seto Kaiba ultimately loses his Duel against Maximillion Pegasus, who extracts his soul for one of his "Soul Prison" cards. With that, Yugi Muto vows that all the harm Pegasus has caused will be undone when Pegasus is defeated.

Summary

The Duel continues between Seto Kaiba and Maximillion Pegasus. Pegasus talks about cartoons and activates Toon World, turning all of his monsters into Toons. This makes them indestructible by non-Toon monsters. He makes Seto upset when he Summons his Blue-Eyes White Dragon as Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon. To make this worse, Pegasus' Millennium Eye can read his mind and know all of his moves. Seto abandons his hand, and starts playing from his Deck. He draws Shadow Spell, immobilizing the Toon Dragon and lowering its ATK by 700, allowing Blue-Eyes White Dragon to destroy it. However, Pegasus uses Doppelganger to imitate Seto's Crush Card, destroying virtually all the cards in Seto's Deck. Pegasus then seals his soul inside a card.

Featured Duel: Seto Kaiba vs. Maximillion Pegasus

Continued from previous episode.

Turn 10: Kaiba
Kaiba draws. He then Sets a monster.

Turn 11: Pegasus
Pegasus draws "Toon World" and subsequently activates it. Now any monsters Pegasus controls can be transformed into Toon Monsters. Also any monsters that are within the pages of "Toon World" will be safe from all of Kaiba's attacks. "Dark Rabbit" attacks and destroys Kaiba's Set monster. It's revealed to be "Battle Ox" (1700/1000). Pegasus uses the effect of "Toon World" to hide "Dark Rabbit" within its pages.

Turn 12: Kaiba
Kaiba draws. He then Sets 1 card.

Turn 13: Pegasus
Pegasus draws. He then Normal Summons "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" (3000/2500) in Attack Position. Pegasus then uses the effect of "Toon World" to transform "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" into "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" (3000/2500). "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" attacks and destroys "Rude Kaiser".

Turn 14: Kaiba
Kaiba, at this point, decides to abandon his hand and start top-decking. He draws "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" and subsequently Normal Summons it (3000/2500) in Attack Position. "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" attacks "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon", but "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" dodges the attack as "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" isn't a Toon Monster.

Turn 15: Pegasus
Pegasus draws. He then activates "Shine Palace" to send "Toon World" to the Graveyard, treat "Shine Palace" as "Toon World" with all of the latter's effects, and increase the ATK of "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" by 500 ("Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon": 3000 → 3500/2500). "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" attacks "Blue-Eyes White Dragon", but Kaiba activates "Negate Attack" to negate the attack and end the Battle Phase.

Turn 16: Kaiba
Kaiba draws "Shadow Spell" and subsequently activates it to immobilize "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" and decrease its ATK by 700 ("Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon: 3500 → 2800/2500). "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" attacks and destroys "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" (Pegasus 1400 → 1200).

Turn 17: Pegasus
Pegasus draws "Dragon Capture Jar" and subsequently activates it. Upon activation, "Dragon Capture Jar" is Special Summoned as an Effect Monster (100/200) in Defense Position. "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" is then absorbed into "Dragon Capture Jar" due to its effect. The DEF of "Dragon Capture Jar" then increases by the DEF of "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" ("Dragon Capture Jar": 100/200 → 2700).

Turn 18: Kaiba
Kaiba draws a monster and subsequently sets it.

Turn 19: Pegasus
Pegasus draws. He then Sets 1 card and Normal Summons "Dragon Piper" (200/1800) in Defense Position. Pegasus intends to switch "Dragon Piper" into Attack Position during his next turn. Once he does that, the effect of "Dragon Piper" will activate, releasing "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" from "Dragon Capture Jar" and placing "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" under Pegasus' control. Pegasus will then use "Toon World" to transform the released "Blue-Eyes" into a Toon Monster.

Turn 20: Kaiba
Seto Kaiba draws "Monster Reborn". He then Flip Summons "Swordstalker" (2000/1600) in Attack Position. "Swordstalker" attacks "Dragon Piper", but Pegasus activates Doppelganger to copy "Crush Card", which he infects "Dragon Piper" with. "Swordstalker" then destroys "Dragon Piper", but this activates the effect of "Crush Card's, destroying "Swordstalker" and all monsters in Kaiba's Deck that have 1500 or more ATK. Seto activates "Monster Reborn" to Special Summon "Saggi the Dark Clown" (600/1500) from his Graveyard in Defense Position.

Turn 21: Pegasus
Pegasus Normal Summons "Bickuribox" (2300/2000) in Attack Position. "Bickuribox" attacks and destroys "Saggi the Dark Clown". Since Kaiba's deck is now empty, he loses by default.

Pegasus wins.

Differences In Adaptations

  • Mai's cleavage is removed in the dub.
  • The title "Toon World" is removed from the Toon World book in the dub.

Errors

NegateAttack-KaibaDubError

The original artwork and Japanese name of "Negate Attack" are briefly visible in the dub.

  • During a scene transition in the dub, the original artwork and Japanese name of "Negate Attack" can briefly be seen.

Featured cards

The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.

Seto Kaiba
Maximillion Pegasus

Notes

  1. Both copies belong to Kaiba, but Pegasus took one of them from Kaiba via "Prophecy" in the previous episode.
  2. 2.0 2.1 This card was played as a Magic Card. It is a Trap Card in the TCG/OCG.

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