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Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 133
Yugioh133
Kanji

友との誓い 真紅眼の黒竜

Rōmaji

Tomo no Chikai Reddo Aizu Burakku Doragon

Japanese translation

Oath to a Friend, Red-Eyes Black Dragon)

English

Clash in the Coliseum - Part 5

Episode number

133

Japanese air date

November 12, 2002

English air date

June 26, 2004

Staff
Animation director
Chronology
Episode listing Yu-Gi-Oh! episode listing (season 3)
Previous Clash in the Coliseum - Part 4
Next Clash in the Coliseum - Part 6

Major Events

Featured Duel #1: Joey Wheeler vs. Unnamed Kid

Turn 1: Unnamed Kid
The Kid draws "Nekogal #1" and subsequently Normal Summons it (1100/900) in Attack Position.

Turn 2: Joey
Joey draws "M-Warrior #1" and subsequently Normal Summons it (1000/500) in Attack Position. He then activates "Legendary Sword", equipping it onto "M-Warrior #1" and raising its ATK and DEF by 300 ("M-Warrior #1": 1000 → 1300/500 → 800). "M-Warrior #1" attacks and destroys the Kid's "Nekogal #1" (Kid 2000 → 1800).

Turn 3: Unnamed Kid
The Kid draws a card and subsequently sets it. He then Normal Summons "Lesser Dragon" (1200/1000) in Attack Position.

Turn 4: Joey
Joey draws. "M-Warrior #1" attacks "Lesser Dragon", but the Kid activates his face-down "Reinforcements" to increase the ATK of "Lesser Dragon" by 500 ("Lesser Dragon": 1200 → 1700/1000). "Lesser Dragon" destroys "M-Warrior #1" (Joey 2000 → 1600). Joey then Normal Summons "Tiger Axe" (1300/1100) in Attack Position. On the kid's End Phase, the effect of "Reinforcements" expires (1700 → 1200/1000).

Turn 5: Unnamed Kid
The Kid draws. He then Normal Summons "Steel Ogre Grotto #1" (1400/1800) in Attack Position. The Kid then activates Polymerization to fuse "Lesser Dragon" with "Steel Ogre Grotto 1" in order to Fusion Summon "Metal Dragon" (1850/1700) in Attack Position. "Metal Dragon" attacks and destroys "Tiger Axe" (Joey 1600 → 1050).

Turn 6: Joey
Joey draws "Flame Swordsman". He then Normal Summons "Hero of the East" (1100/1000) in Defense Position.

Turn 7: Unnamed Kid
The Kid draws. He then activates "Stop Defense" to switch "Hero of the East" to Attack Position. "Metal Dragon" attacks and destroys "Hero of the East" (Joey 1050 → 300). The Kid sets a card.

Turn 8: Joey
Joey draws "Shield & Sword". Joey's hand contains "Gust Fan", "Battle Warrior", "M-Warrior 2", and "Flame Swordsman" in addition to "Shield & Sword". Joey Normal Summons "Flame Swordsman" (1800/1600) in Attack Position. He then activates "Gust Fan", equipping it to "Metal Dragon", raising its ATK by 400, and decreasing its DEF by 200 ("Metal Dragon": 1850 → 2250/1700 → 1500).

Joey then activates "Shield & Sword" to switch the ATK and DEF of all face-up monsters on the field, but the Kid activates his face-down "Castle Walls" to increase "Metal Dragon's" DEF by 500 ("Metal Dragon": 2250/1500 → 2000) before the effect of "Shield & Sword" applies ("Metal Dragon": 2250 → 2000/2000 → 2250) ("Flame Swordsman": 1800 → 1600/1600 → 1800). Joey then uses his "Flame Swordsman" to attack "Metal Dragon" without noticing that the Kid had activated "Castle Walls". "Metal Dragon" destroys "Flame Swordsman" (Joey 300 → 0).[Notes 1]

Featured Duel #2: Yami Yugi vs. Seto Kaiba

Duel continues from previous episode.

Turn 19: Yami Yugi
Seto has just blocked Yugi's "Dark Magician's" attack by resurrecting "Obelisk the Tormentor" from his Graveyard. Yami Yugi Sets a card. On Yugi's End Phase, "Obelisk the Tormentor" returns to the Graveyard.

Turn 20: Kaiba
Kaiba draws "The Flute of Summoning Dragon". He then switches "Lord of D." to Defense Position. Kaiba then activates "The Flute of Summoning Dragon" to Special Summon two more "Blue-Eyes White Dragons" from his hand (3000/2500 for both) in Attack Position. Yami Yugi then uses the effect of "The Flute of Summoning Dragon" to Special Summon "Red-Eyes Black Dragon" from his hand (2400/2000) in Attack Position.

The first "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" attacks "Dark Magician", but Yugi activates his face-down "Magician's Selection" to negate the attack and destroy "Lord of D.". The second "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" attacks and destroys "Beta The Magnet Warrior". The last "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" attacks "Red-Eyes Black Dragon", but Yugi activates his face-down "Spellbinding Circle" to reduce the ATK of "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" by 700 ("Blue-Eyes White Dragon": 3000 → 2300/2500). "Red-Eyes Black Dragon" counter attacks and destroys the "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" affected by "Spellbinding Circle" (Seto 2000 → 1900).

Duel concludes next episode.

Differences in adaptations

  • A shot of Tristan holding up Joey and telling him to cheer for Yugi is cut from the dub.
  • A scene of Mokuba thinking Yugi has no chance and his brother is definitely going to win is also cut.
  • Nekogal 1 is given more clothing in the dub.
  • The kanji on the Shield & Sword card is replaced with English words in the dub.

Mistakes

Dub error 6

This arrows show the error.

  • In the original version, Joey's dream is actually a flashback to a tournament he entered before Duelist Kingdom, but he uses Shield & Sword, which he obtained on the boat to the island through trade.
  • In the dub, the text "Attack" and "Defense" shouldn't be on the the colored auras.
  • When Joey's opponent shows his Lesser Dragon card, it's a Level 5 or higher monster when it's actually a Level 4 monster.

Featured cards

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

Yugi Muto/Yami Yugi
Seto Kaiba
Unnamed Kid
Joey Wheeler

Notes

  1. In the TCG/OCG, "Shield & Sword" only switches monsters' original ATK and DEF.
  2. 2.0 2.1 This card can be seen in Joey's hand.
  3. This was played as a Normal Monster. It is a Fusion Monster in the TCG/OCG.

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