Taken by Storm, Part 1, known as Field-Trip Tag Duel in the Japanese version, is the seventy-fifth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime.
Duel Academy's students arrive at Domino City for their field trip. Jaden Yuki, Syrus Truesdale and Tyranno Hassleberry purchase guidebooks to visit the city's landmarks. They visit the pier where Yugi Muto Dueled Joey Wheeler, while the latter was controlled by Marik Ishtar's Millennium Rod. They later arrive at Solomon Muto's Kame Game shop. They introduce themselves to Solomon, and upon explaining that they are from Duel Academy, he allows them to come inside, explaining that Yugi is probably off on another journey (in the dub, he says that Yugi "went to the market to get some olives three years ago"). He offers to be their tour guide for the rest of the day, and he takes them to the sites where Yugi Dueled Seeker and Strings. He lags behind as they continue to their next destination, and is kidnapped. They split up to search for him, and run into Chazz Princeton. He tells Syrus and Hassleberry that they are to meet the kidnappers on the roof of a building - the same building on which Yugi and Seto Kaiba once Dueled Umbra and Lumis.
Featured Duel: Frost and Thunder vs. Tyranno Hassleberry and Syrus Truesdale - Part 1
Activates "Side Attack", choosing Hassleberry. Now Hassleberry and Frost can't attack Syrus and Thunder or any monsters that they control. Also Syrus and Thunder can't attack Hassleberry and Frost or any monsters that they control. If a player has no monsters, their opponents can attack that player directly.
Since "Mobius the Frost Monarch" was Tributed Summoned, its effect activates, allowing Frost to destroy two of Hassleberry's Spell and Trap Cards. Frost chooses to destroy "Jurassic World" and Hassleberry's Set card ("Dark Driceratops": 2700 → 2400/1800 → 1500).
Activates Continuous Spell Card "Mobius Castle". Now the ATK and DEF of all Dinosaur, Winged Beast, Plant, Beast and Beast-Warrior-Type monsters controlled by Hassleberry will decrease by 500; "Dark Driceratops" loses 500 ATK and DEF as it's a Dinosaur-type monster ("Dark Driceratops": 2400 → 1900/1500 → 1000). If Frost doesn't control "Mobius the Frost Monarch" on his side of the field, "Mobius Castle" will be destroyed.
"Mobius the Frost Monarch" attacks and destroys "Dark Driceratops" (Hassleberry 4000 → 3500).
"Dark Tyranno" attacks Frost directly via its own effect, but Frost activates his face-down "Bit Shoot" to Special Summon Reflector Bit" (0/0) from his Deck in Attack Position. A replay then occurs and Hassleberry uses "Dark Tyranno" to attack "Reflector Bit". Due to the effect of "Reflector Bit", it is not destroyed and the Battle Damage that Frost would take is redirected to Thunder instead. Thunder then activates his own face-down "Bit Shoot" to Special Summon a "Reflector Bit" of his own (0/0) in Attack Position. Due to the effect of Thunder's "Reflector Bit", the redirected Battle Damage that Thunder takes is nullified and Syrus takes 500 damage (Syrus 4000 → 3500).
Since "Zaborg the Thunder Monarch" was Tribute Summoned, its effect activates, allowing Thunder to destroy a monster on the field. He chooses to destroy "Truckroid".
"Zaborg the Thunder Monarch" attacks Syrus directly, but Frost activates his face-down "Revolving Stage". Now when an opponent takes Battle Damage, Frost can redirect the damage to another opponent. Frost uses the effect of "Revolving Stage" to redirect the Battle Damage Syrus would take to Hassleberry instead (Hassleberry 3500 → 1100).
In the English version, the guidebook that Hassleberry reads from incorrectly states that Pegasus handcuffed Yugi and Joey for their Duel at Domino Pier. Syrus corrects him on this. This is not present in the Japanese version, as both had the same guidebook, which was said to have been written by Solomon Muto.
Solomon's own depiction in the English version was of a senile old man, while in the Japanese version, he appeared just as he did in the previous series.
When Hassleberry and Syrus are talking about the duel between Yugi and Joey at the pier, Syrus mentions that he is "up to date on his Yugioh history."
The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.