|Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 149|
Tūn Wārudo no Akumu
The Nightmare of Toon World
Deja Duel! - Part 1
|Japanese air date||
March 18, 2003
|English air date||
October 9, 2004
|Episode listing||Yu-Gi-Oh! episode listing (season 4)|
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- Seto Kaiba receives a call from Maximillion Pegasus, who has apparently managed to buy up the majority of KaibaCorp's shares. Pegasus holds the company ransom to convince Kaiba to come to Duelist Kingdom and duel him.
- Kaiba accepts, but Mokuba realizes this is a conflicted decision, as his brother had vowed not to Duel until he had completed their latest project: the "Worldwide Kaiba Land Project".
- Once they meet, Pegasus greets both of them. Kaiba questions if the incidents were due to him, and he plays the innocent. Their Duel begins, although Kaiba is picked by a phrase Pegasus mutters just before their Duel begins: "I've been waiting a long time for this day". Pegasus still favors Toon Monsters.
- Kaiba counts on the might of his Blue-Eyes White Dragon to bring him a victory, and with a few determined Draws, he manages to destroy the Toon Combo.
- When he confronts Pegasus, telling him that the Pegasus he knew wouldn't have been bested so easily, "Pegasus" admits not being the real one and removes a mask. Kaiba's opponent is in fact a man named Alister, who wields a new Duel Disk from this point onwards and one of the 3 Swordsmen of Doma.
- Alister activates "The Seal of Orichalcos", trapping both Duelists and determining that the loser of the Duel also loses his "soul".
- In the meantime, Weevil Underwood and Rex Raptor, who were hidden in the extra luggage, accidentally fall out of the transport van and got themselves lost into the downtown districts of San Francisco.
- Yugi & co. travel through San Francisco and head to Industrial Illusions HQ.
- Also in the English dub, after Kaiba destroys Toon World, he accuses Pegasus of using practically the same moves card for card as he used in their last duel. Kaiba and Pegasus have only dueled twice -- once starting in episode 26 and again in the Pyramid of Light movie. Each duel had a few cards in common with this one, but the combos differed significantly. [In the Japanese, Kaiba tells him that he always memorizes his Duels and that he knew a way to destroy the Toon Combo.]
Featured Duel: Seto Kaiba vs. PegasusEdit
Turn 1: Pegasus
- Sets a Card.
Turn 2: Kaiba
- Thanks to "Spear Dragon's" Effect, it inflicts Piercing Damage to Pegasus despite his Monster being in Defense Position (Pegasus: 4000 > 3700 Life Points).
- "Spear Dragon's" secondary Effect Switches it to Defense Position at the end of the Damage Step after it Attacks.
- Sets 2 Cards.
Turn 3: Pegasus
- Draws and Activates "Toon Table of Contents", allowing him to add "Manga Ryu-Ran" or a card with Toon in its name from his Deck to his hand. He chooses to add "Toon World" from his Deck to his hand.
- Seto Activates "Cloning", creating a "Clone Token" with the same stats as "Toon Masked Sorcerer" (900 ATK / 1400 DEF) in Attack Position. If either "Toon Masked Sorcerer" or the token is destroyed, the other is destroyed with it.
Turn 4: Kaiba
- Draws "Blue-Eyes White Dragon".
- Tributes "Clone Token" and "Spear Dragon" to summon "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" (3000 ATK / 2500 DEF) in Attack Position.
- Pegasus activates "Toon Mask", Tributing "Toon Masked Sorcerer" to Special Summon a Toon version of the Monster Seto just Summoned from his Deck: he chooses to summon "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" (3000 ATK / 2500 DEF) from his Deck in Attack Position.
- Seto Activates "Shrink" to halve "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon's" ATK for this turn only ("Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon": 3000 > 1500 ATK / 2500 DEF).
- Activates "Charm of Lamentation". Now as long as this card is face-up, Kaiba can draw a card whenever one of his monsters fails to destroy one of Pegasus' monsters by battle.
- Uses "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" to Attack "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon", but "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" dodges the Attack.
- Since "Blue-Eyes White Dragon's" Attack failed, Seto is able to Activate "Charm of Lamentation's" Effect: He Draws a card.
- On the End Phase, "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon's" ATK go back to normal ("Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon": 1500 > 3000 ATK / 2500 DEF).
Turn 5: Pegasus
- Pays 500 LP (Pegasus: 2700 > 2200 Life Points) in order to allow "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" to Attack Seto directly.
- Pegasus Activates "Toon Rollback" in order to conduct another Battle Phase this turn.
- Tributes "Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon" to summon "Toon Dark Magician Girl" (2000 ATK / 1700 DEF) in Attack Position.
- Uses "Toon Dark Magician Girl" to Attack Seto directly (Seto: 4000 > 2000 Life Points).("Toon Dark Magician Girl" has the ability to attack an opponent directly as long as the opponent doesn't control a Toon Monster)
Turn 6: Kaiba
- Uses "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" to Attack "Toon Dark Magician Girl" but "Toon Dark Magician Girl" dodges the Attack.
- Since "Blue-Eyes White Dragon's" Attack failed, Seto is able to Activate "Charm of Lamentation's" Effect: He Draws a card(the card is "A Wingbeat of "Giant Dragon").
- Activates "A Wingbeat of Giant Dragon": Seto Returns "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" to his Hand to Destroy all Spell and Trap Cards. Pegasus' "Toon World" and Kaiba's "Charm of Lamentation" are both destroyed.
Turn 7: Alister
The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.