Turn 6: Yami Marik
Yami Marik draws. He then Sets a card and Normal Summons "Lord Poison" (1500/1000) in Attack Position. Yami Marik then switches "Newdoria" (1200/800) to Attack Position. "Newdoria" then attacks "Vorse Raider". "Vorse Raider" destroys "Newdoria", but the effect of "Newdoria" then activates, destroying "Vorse Raider". Yami Marik then activates "Spell of Pain" to redirect the Battle Damage he would have taken to Joey instead (Joey 4000 → 3300).
Turn 7: Yami Yugi
Yugi draws. He then chooses not to pay the Maintenance Cost for "The Regulation of Tribe", so it is destroyed. He then Tributes "Big Shield Gardna" in order to Tribute Summon "Beast of Gilfer" (2200/2500) in Attack Position. "Beast of Gilfer" attacks Seto directly, but Seto activates his face-down "Attack Guidance Armor" to redirect the attack to Marik's "Lord Poison". Marik activates his face-down "Mirror Force" to destroy all Attack Position monsters on Yugi's side of the field, but Yugi activates his face-down "Seven Tools of the Bandit" to negate and destroy "Mirror Force" by paying 1000 Life Points (Yugi 4000 → 3000). "Beast of Gilfer" then destroys "Lord Poison" (Marik 4000 → 3300).
Turn 8: Joey
Joey draws "Gearfried the Iron Knight" and subsequently Normal Summons it (1800/1600) in Attack Position. "Gearfried the Iron Knight" then attacks Kaiba directly (Seto 4000 → 2200). Joey Sets a card.
Turn 9: Kaiba
Kaiba draws. He then Sets three cards and Normal Summons "Blade Knight" (1600/1000) in Attack Position. Kaiba then uses "Blade Knight" to attack Marik directly (Marik 3300 → 1700).
In the flashback of Ishizu kneeling in the Pharaoh's tomb, the flower is not seen on top of the stone or with the Millennium Necklace.
In the flashback of Marik confronting Ishizu when trying to get "Obelisk the Tormentor", we see in the Japanese version that a large amount of the vault's guards come out to capture Marik and his Rare Hunters, but he renders them unconscious with the power of the Millennium Rod. This scene, and any more of the fallen guards, such as when Ishizu runs to the broken window, are cut out of the dub.
The rocket launcher that Rishid used to blow open the window for Marik and his Rare Hunter to escape was cut out of the dub, and therefore it was not seen being put around his back as Ishizu ran to the broken window.
In this confrontation, the Japanese version added more, with Marik saying he will come back for her so the three of them can all live together again and finding the Pharaoh in order to get revenge about supposedly killing their father.
The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.