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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 096
Series096
Kanji

相対性フィールド!十代VS天才博士

Rōmaji

Sōtaisei Fīrudo! Jūdai Bāsasu Tensai Hakase

Japanese translation

Relativity Field! Judai VS The Genius Doctor

English

It's All Relative

Episode number

96

Japanese air date

August 2, 2006

English air date

February 12, 2007

Cards
Featured card

Elemental HERO Glow Neos

Music
Japanese opening

99%

English opening

Get Your Game On!

Japanese ending

WAKE UP YOUR HEART

Staff
Animation director
Chronology
Episode listing Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode listing (season 2)
Previous Tough Love
Next The Dark Light

"It's All Relative", known as "Relativity Field! Judai VS The Genius Doctor" in Japan, is the ninety-sixth episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime. It aired in Japan on August 2, 2006, and in the United States on February 12, 2007.

Jaden Yuki faces off against Dr. Eisenstein, another of Sartorius's enforcers, in a Duel that tests his luck against his opponent's logic.

Summary

Bastion Misawa, upset that no one is respecting him after he joined the Society of Light, and that his logical knowledge keeps failing him, gets reinspired when he meets Dr. Eisenstein, a famous Dueling astrophysicist, hired by Sartorius and Prince Ojin to Duel Jaden Yuki and reobtain his satellite key. Eisenstein quickly falls backward into a crevasse, but Bastion doesn't see it, causing him to believe Eisenstein was just a vision, and he runs off excited.

Meanwhile, Syrus Truesdale is in the hospital, recovering from his Duel with his brother Zane, when he and Jaden hear an announcement over the P.A. system that Jaden has to take a physics pop quiz. Being the test-hater that he is, Jaden is reluctant to go through with it. Three students, including Tyranno Hassleberry, enter to escort Jaden to the classroom.

However, the "announcement" was merely a recording of Dr. Crowler's voice, played back over the P.A. system by Prince Ojin. And when Jaden enters the classroom, he discovers that he is alone, until Dr. Eisenstein appears on the stage before him. Bastion is also tucked away behind a desk, out of Jaden's sight, and overhears that they will Duel. He thinks Jaden doesn't stand a chance. However, Dr. Eisenstein spots him, and thinks to himself that he can help him rediscover the principles of scientific Dueling.

Dr. Eisenstein uses his logical Dueling knowledge to overpower Jaden, balancing the power of his monsters, Spells and Traps to deal significant damage to Jaden. But Jaden, who believes that he'll keep drawing the cards he needs, manages to come out on top with a strong counterattack. Upon defeat, Eisenstein is convinced that faith in chance can help win a Duel.

With Hassleberry and Crowler waiting outside watching, Jaden is happy to report that he passed his pop quiz. Then Crowler reminds him that no one is giving classes or tests while the Genex Tournament is still in progress. Jaden realizes that he was tricked into Dueling Eisenstein.

Bastion, however, is still inspired by Eisenstein's Dueling, so he strips and runs after him, wanting to become his apprentice. He finds him, but this time it's Eisenstein whose faith in logic has been destroyed. Bastion refuses to give up, looking up into the sky, then back to Eisenstein. But once again, he's gone, convincing Bastion that he really was a vision, when in reality, he simply fell off his cliff onto a small rock.

Featured Duel: Jaden Yuki vs. Dr. Eisenstein

Turn 1: Eisenstein
Eisenstein draws "Relativity Field" and subsequently activates it. Now When a player's Life Points decrease, all monsters that player controls will lose ATK equal to the amount of Life Points that player lost.

Turn 2: Jaden
Jaden draws "Polymerization" and subsequently activates it to fuse Elemental Heroes "Avian" with "Burstinatrix" and Fusion Summon "Elemental Hero Flame Wingman" (2100/1200) in Attack Position. Since Jaden Special Summoned a monster, Eisenstein activates the effect of "Singularity Fiend" to send the latter and "A Feather of the Phoenix" from his hand to the Graveyard, negate the Special Summon of "Flame Wingman", and destroy the latter. Jaden's hand contains "The Flute of Summoning Kuriboh", "A Hero Emerges", and "Elemental Hero Neos". Jaden then Sets 2 cards.

Turn 3: Eisenstein
Eisenstein draws. He then activates "Schrödinger's Cat". Now if Eisenstein draws a card(s), except during his Draw Phase or by the effect of "Schrödinger's Cat", he can shuffle those card(s) into his Deck and draw the same number of cards he returned to his Deck. Eisenstein then activates "Pot of Greed" to draw 2 cards. Eisenstein then activates the effect of "Schrödinger's Cat" to shuffle the two cards he just drew into his Deck and draw two new cards. Eisenstein then Sets a card ("Draw Paradox") and Normal Summons "Laplace the Fiend Mathematician" (1000/1000) in Attack Position.

"Laplace the Fiend Mathematician" attacks Jaden directly, but Jaden activates "A Hero Emerges" to make Eisenstein select one card in his hand. If the selected card is a monster. Jaden can Special Summon that monster. Jaden has only one card in his hand and he reveals it to be "Elemental Hero Neos". Because of that, Jaden Special Summons "Neos" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. A replay occurs and Eisenstein chooses not to attack. Eisenstein then Sets a card. He then activates "Dimensionhole" to remove "Laplace" from play until his next Standby Phase. Since "Laplace" was removed from the field, its effect activates, inflicting 300 damage to Jaden for each card on the field. There are six cards on the field, so Jaden takes 1800 damage (Jaden 4000 → 2200). The effect of "Relativity Field" activates ("Neos": 2500 → 700/2000). Eisenstein then activates "Dark Hole" to destroy all monsters on the field; "Neos" is destroyed.

Turn 4: Jaden
Before Jaden can conduct his Draw Phase, Eisenstein activates "Draw Paradox". Now both players can't conduct a normal draw during their Draw Phase. During each player's Draw Phase, their opponent will draw one card. Due to the effect of "Draw Paradox", Eisenstein draws a card. Jaden passes his turn, as he currently has no cards in his hand.

Turn 5: Eisenstein
Due to the effect of "Draw Paradox", Jaden draws a card. On Eisenstein's Standby Phase, "Laplace the Fiend Mathematician" is returned to the field (1000/1000) in Attack Position. Eisenstein then activates "Battle Constant" to remove from play "Laplace", "Schrödinger's Cat", and "Draw Paradox" and Special Summon "Brain Dragon" (2800/2300) in Attack Position. Since "Laplace" was removed from the field, its effect activates, inflicting 300 damage to Jaden for each card on the field when "Laplace" was removed from the field. There were four cards on the field when "Laplace" was removed from play, so Jaden takes 1200 damage (Jaden 2200 → 1000). "Brain Dragon" attacks Jaden directly, but Jaden activates "The Flute of Summoning Kuriboh" to Special Summon "Winged Kuriboh" (300/200) in Defense Position. A replay occurs, and Eisenstein uses "Brain Dragon" to attack and destroy "Winged Kuriboh".

Turn 6: Jaden
Jaden draws "Elemental Hero Bubbleman" and subsequently Normal Summons it (800/1200) in Attack Position. Since Jaden summoned "Bubbleman" while he had no cards on his side of the field, its second effect activates, allowing Jaden to draw 2 cards ("Neo-Spacian Glow Moss" and "Hero Dice").[Notes 1]

Jaden's hand contains "Hero Dice", "Glow Moss", and "Bubble Blaster". Jaden then activates "Bubble Blaster", equipping it to "Bubbleman" and increasing its ATK by 800 ("Bubbleman": 800 → 1600/1200). Jaden then activates "Hero Dice" to target "Bubbleman" for its effect and roll a die. Depending on the result, an appropriate effect will be applied. Jaden gets a six, so "Bubbleman" can attack directly this turn. "Bubbleman" attacks Eisenstein directly (Eisenstein 4000 → 2400). The effect of "Relativity Field" activates ("Brain Dragon": 2800 → 1200/2300).

Turn 7: Eisenstein
Eisenstein draws "Non-Fusion Area". He then uses the effect of "Brain Dragon" to draw two cards ("Double Spell" and "Mystical Space Typhoon") and place two cards in his hand on top of his Deck in the order he chooses; Eisenstein places "Double Spell" as the second card on top of his Deck and "Non-Fusion Area" as the first card on top of his Deck. Eisenstein intends to use "Non-Fusion Area" after Jaden's next turn. Eisenstein then activates "Mystical Space Typhoon" to destroy "Bubble Blaster" ("Bubbleman": 1600 → 800/1200). "Brain Dragon" attacks and destroys "Elemental Hero Bubbleman" (Jaden 1000 → 600).

Turn 8: Jaden
Jaden draws "O - Oversoul". He then Normal Summons "Neo-Spacian Glow Moss" (300/900) in Attack Position. Jaden then activates "O - Oversoul" to Special Summon Elemental Hero Neos" from his Graveyard (2500/2000) in Attack Position. Jaden then Contact Fuses "Neos" with Glow Moss" in order to Special Summon "Elemental Hero Glow Neos" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. Jaden then activates "Glow Neos's" effect to destroy one card on Eisenstein's side of the field and apply an appropriate effect based on the destroyed card's type; Jaden chooses to destroy "Relativity Field", so "Glow Neos" can attack Eisenstein directly this turn. "Glow Neos" attacks Eisenstein directly (Eisenstein 2400 → 0).

Jaden wins.

Featured cards

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

Dr. Eisenstein
Jaden Yuki

Notes

  1. In the TCG/OCG, this effect of "Elemental Hero Bubbleman" can only resolve when it is the only card in the player's hand and on his/her side of the field when he is Summoned.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 This card was seen in Dr. Eisenstein's hand.

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