Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 150

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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 150



"ユベル" 召喚!

Japanese translation

Summon "Yubel"!


The Ultimate Face-Off, Part 2

Episode number


Japanese air date

August 29, 2007

English air date

June 26, 2008

Featured card

Fog King

Japanese opening


English opening

Get Your Game On!

Japanese ending


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"The Ultimate Face-Off, Part 2", known as "Summon "Yubel"!" in the Japanese version, is the one hundred and fiftieth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime. It first aired in Japan on August 29, 2007 and in the US on June 26, 2008.

Adrian's confrontation with Yubel proceeds, with the latter still possessing Jesse. Both Duelists successfully thwart the other's strategies time and again, as both reveal backup plan after backup plan. Yubel ultimately wins through the effect of her own card.


Jaden Yuki's small group continues towards Yubel's tower, as Yubel, still possessing Jesse Anderson, continues her Duel with Adrian Gecko. Having foiled Adrian's strategy to win using "Exodius the Ultimate Forbidden Lord", Adrian attempts to gather the Exodia pieces back to his hand with "Fog King". He successfully destroys "Chaos Phantasm Armityle" and Jesse is forced to play a more defense-oriented strategy. Attempting to get in Adrian's head, Yubel remarks that there was no point in sacrificing Echo - Adrian seems to be just as powerful as Yubel even without Exodia.

Jaden's group reaches the tower and enters - but there is no path to go any further. Jaden yells to Yubel, stating he's ready for her. From the edge, rainbow-colored bubbles begin to fly up, showing Jaden memories of those he's met in this world. In addition, he again has a flashback to his Duel with Osamu. A bridge then appears, and they able to journey deeper into the tower. Back at the Duel, Yubel claims Adrian must not have loved Echo. In the English version, she claims this is because he sacrificed her and says that both herself and Echo were betrayed by their closest friends. In the Japanese version, she claims it was not love, as only Amon hurt Echo - Echo never hurt him in return, again referencing Yubel's definition of love being a form of sadomachoism.

Yubel is worried, as she entered this Duel to restore her strength by absorbing Adrian's darkness of heart, yet she is losing and simply taking more damage. Adrian claims he has no darkness - he wishes to build an ideal world when he becomes King - one free of poverty, suffering, envy, jealousy and pain. Yubel responds that she wouldn't want to live in a world like that - and wishes to build her own where she can rule over with "her beloved Judai". Yubel successfully foils Adrian's Exodia strategy again, with Adrian again having yet another backup prepared to revive it. When Adrian Sets "Backup Soldier", Yubel finally senses darkness in the heart - that of Echo's spirit, still trying to protect Adrian. With one Exodia piece in his hand, and one on top of his Deck, Adrian will win after activating it, as "Backup Soldier" would place three Exodia pieces from the Graveyard into his hand.

Yubel Summons herself and is able to exploit the darkness in Echo's heart and win the Duel by attacking the "Torch Golem" she had Summoned to Adrian's field. Her own effect makes Adrian take the damage. Yubel, her energy restored, sits back in her throne and awaits Jaden's arrival.

Featured Duel: Adrian Gecko vs. Jesse Anderson

Duel continues from the previous episode.

Turn 6: Adrian

Turn 7: Jesse

Turn 8: Adrian

  • Attacks "Illusion Brigadier" (Jesse 2500).
  • "Royal Sword" gains a Crest Counter (Fog King 2400/0).
  • Sets three cards.

Turn 9: Jesse

  • Activates "Akashic Record", drawing two cards. If either of those cards have been played during the Duel then Jesse has to remove them from play. Neither have been played during the Duel, so he keeps them.
  • Activates "Nightmare Shuffle" to select one random card in his Graveyard and Set it in the Spell & Trap Card Zone. During his next Standby Phase he can send the card picked that turn to the Graveyard and Set another card. Also, if he activates that card then he must send "Nightmare Shuffle" to the Graveyard to do so and if the requirements for that card are not met then he has to discard his hand and destroy all cards on his field.
  • Summons "Grave Squirmer" (0/0) in Attack Position.
  • Attacks "Fog King" (Jesse 100), activating "Grave Squirmer's" effect when it's destroyed, destroying "Royal Sword".
  • Adrian activates "Crest Burn" to place Beacon Counters on "Fog Castle" equal to the number of Crest Counters "Royal Sword" had when it was destroyed, so "Fog Castle" now has five Beacon Counters. With all of his Monster Card Zones occupied by Beacon Counters, "Fog King" disappears. Whether it goes to the Graveyard or is removed from play is not specified.

Turn 10: Adrian

Turn 11: Jesse

  • Special Summons two "Torch Tokens" to Special Summon "Torch Golem" (3000/300) on Adrian's side of the field in Attack Position.
  • Tributes his two tokens to Summon "Yubel" (0/0).[Notes 3]
  • Attacks "Torch Golem" with "Yubel", but the latter's effect makes Adrian take the damage instead (Adrian 0).[Notes 4]
  • Jesse wins.

Featured cards

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

Adrian Gecko
Jesse Anderson/Yubel
Jaden's flashback


Although it appeared that Adrian would win the duel on his next turn due to "Backup Soldier", the TCG/OCG version of the card requires 5 monsters to be in the Graveyard to activate it. Adrian had either 3 or 4 monsters in his Graveyard at the time ("Left Arm of the Forbidden One", "Right Arm of the Forbidden One" and "Right Leg of the Forbidden One" were definitely there, and it is unknown if "Fog King" was too). A fifth monster could not have come from activating "A Feather of the Phoenix", as his hand is shown to contain only Spell and Trap Cards. This appears to have been an oversight on the writers' part.


  1. "Fog King" has a completely different effect in the TCG/OCG. It gains ATK equal to the monsters used to Tribute Summon it and can be Summoned with zero, one, or two Tributes. In addition, neither play can Tribute Summon further while it is face-up
  2. In the TCG/OCG, "Hand Destruction" requires both players to discard two cards and then draw two cards, not four.
  3. In the TCG/OCG, one cannot Normal Summon or Set a monster the turn that one Summons "Grinder Golem".
  4. In the TCG/OCG, "Yubel" only deals damage to one's opponent when they are the one who declares the attack.
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