"The Demon Possessing His Heart" is the seventy-fifth episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS anime. It aired in Japan on October 31, 2018.

As Playmaker observes Earth and The Gore's Duel, he notices that there is something different about Gore. Gore goes all out and uses his powerful Dinowrestler monsters to overwhelm Earth. As the fierce battle between them rages on, Gore suddenly uses some unexpected tactics!

Featured Duel: Gore vs. Earth

Duel continues from the previous episode. The Gore controls "Dinowrestler Chimera T Wrextle" (3500/????) in Attack Position and has 2300 LP, with no cards in his Spell & Trap Zone. While Earth controls "G Golem Crystal Heart" (0/←↓) in his Extra Monster Zone with 1 G Golem Counter on it and "G Golem Token" in Defense Position (???/2400), with 3400 LP remaining.

Turn 3: The Gore
"Chimera T Wrextle" attacks, but due to the Effect of "Gravity Vision", it must attack "G Golem Token". "T Wrextle" inflicts piercing battle damage and destroys "G Golem Token" (Earth: 3400 → 2300). The Effect of "T Werxtle" activates as it destroyed an opponent's monster by battle, and gains 500 ATK. ("T Wrextle": 3500 → 4000)

Turn 4: Earth
Earth draws. He activates the effect of "Crystal Heart", targeting an EARTH Link Monster in his GY, Special Summons it so that it would be Co-Linked with "Crystal Heart", and place a G Golem counter on it. He targets and Special Summons "G Golem Invalid Dolmen" (2800/←↑→)to the bottom-center Link Arrow of "Crystal Heart". (G Golem Counter: 1 → 2). All EARTH Link Monster "Crystal Heart" points to gains 600 ATK for each G Golem Counter on it. ("Invalid Dolmen": 2800 → 4000).

Earth Normal Summons "G Golem Pebble Dog" (300), and activates its effect as it was Normal Summoned to add 1 "Pebble Dog" from his deck to his hand. Earth then uses "Pebble Dog" and the Link-3 "Invalid Dolmen" as Link Materials to Link Summon "G Golem Dignified Trilithon" (3200 → 4400 /←↑↓→) to the Zone "Crystal Heart" points to.

Turn 5: The Gore

Featured cards

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