|Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 105|
Gyarakushī Aizu Tsukai e no Shiren! Kaito Kesshi no Dyueru
The Trial toward Galaxy-Eyes User! Kaito's Do-Or-Die Duel
|Japanese air date||
May 26, 2013
|Episode listing||Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode listing (season 2)|
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"The Trial toward Galaxy-Eyes User! Kaito's Do-Or-Die Duel" is the hundredth and fifth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. It first aired in Japan on May 26, 2013.
Yuma and co. reach the fourth ruin. There, they hear the echoes of the eerie howl of a Dragon. Yuma, the son of the adventurer Kazuma, aims to reach the summit with Shark and Kite, while climbing the mountain. But standing before them is the form of Jinlong, who claims to be the Dragon's spirit. Kite senses the presence of a Dragon the moment he looks at him, while Jinlong expresses interest in Kite. Jinlong begins his Duel with Kite to test him. But what will he do when "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" is sealed from the very start!?
SummaryOn board the Different Dimension Airship, Astral is in front of the "Numbers'" pillars and ask the two "Legendary Numbers", "Sky Pegasus and Lion Heart" about what they wanted to tell him. He is then shown the memories of the "Number" cards, which reveals to Astral that the individuals in the legends carved within the ruins are actually Barians who were once human. Yuma is still confused with his last encounter with Alito and how strange is that he had didn't remember the time he spent with Yuma anymore. Orbital 7 interrupts the conversation and informs the group the fourth Number ruins location and the group wonders if there is going to be another tragic legend while Kite, who is outside, wonders about the impatience he feels from "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon".
He finds the source of the smell, and just when he was about to eat he is reprimanded by an old man, who repeatedly assaults Yuma with his walking stick. He claims that Yuma must be up to no good, sniffing at other people's food and attempting to eat it. Yuma denies this repeatedly until Kite comes and asks about the "Legendary Number" in these Ruins. The old man introduces himself as Jinlong and he looks at Kite and notices that he is a Dragon Tamer, thinking he is very similar to a Duelist who also tamed a dragon. Astral asks if that Duelist's name is Mizar and Jinlong confirms it.
Yuma asks why Mizar, and Astral explains that the "Legendary Numbers" that they have collected so far told him that the Barians were once humans, and that they were the individuals spoken of in the legend, to the trio's surprise. Kite decides to Duel Jinlong, with the condition that if he wins he can have the "Number", but if he loses, Kite will have to surrender his ace card, "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon".
The two begin their Duel, with Jinlong making an good start by Summoning his "Number", "Number 46: Dragluon", then activating its effect to Special Summon "Armed Protector Dragon". "Dragluon" disappears, and Jinlong explains that "Dragluon" can't be attacked or targeted by effects while he controls another Dragon-Type monster. He equips "Armed Protector Dragon" with "Dragon Shield" to give it immunity to destruction and reducing the damage he takes from battles involving it to 0. In Kite's turn, he Summons his ace card and uses "Book of Moon" to overcome Jinglong's strategy by flipping "Armed Protector Dragon" into face-down Defense Position, destroying "Dragon Shield" in the process. He then attacks the now face-down "Armed Protector Dragon" with "Galaxy-Eyes," destroying the former monster.
Meanwhile, upon arriving, Mizar hears the familiar roar of a dragon. Back at the Duel, Jinlong overcomes the loss, using the effect of "Dragluon" to Special Summon "Soul Drain Dragon", which gains ATK equal to Kite's current Life Points, putting Kite at a disadvantage.
Featured Duel: Kite Tenjo vs. Jinlong
Turn 1 Jinlong
Jinlong Normal Summons "Mythic Tree Dragon" (100/1400). As he controls an EARTH monster, he Special Summons "Mythic Water Dragon" (1000/2000) from his hand in Attack Position via its own effect. Jinlong activates the effect of "Mythic Tree Dragon", doubling its Level as he controls a WATER monster ("Wood Dragon" Level 4 → 8). Jinlong overlays his two Level 8 Dragon-Type monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 46: Dragluon" (3000/3000) in Attack Position. Jinlong activates the effect of "Dragluon", detaching an Overlay Unit to Special Summon a Dragon-Type monster from his hand. He Special Summons "Armed Protector Dragon" (2000/2800) in Attack Position. While Jinlong controls another Dragon-Type monster, "Dragluon" cannot be targeted by attacks or effects. Jinlong equips "Armed Protector Dragon" with "Dragon Shield", protecting it from being destroyed by battle and card effects and reducing any battle damage he takes from battles involving it to 0. "Armed Protector Dragon" also gains 500 ATK via its own effect as it was equipped with an Equip Spell Card ("Armed Protector Dragon" 2000/2800 → 2500/2800).
Turn 2: Kite
Kite draws "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" and Normal Summons "Overlay Sentinel" (2000/0). As Kite controls a monster with 2000 or more ATK, he Special Summons "Overlay Booster" (2000/0) from his hand in Attack Position via its own effect. Kite Tributes his two 2000 ATK monsters to Special Summon "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" (3000/2500) in Attack Position. Its effects are negated by the effect of "Dragluon". Kite activates "Book of Moon" changing "Armed Protector Dragon" to face-down Defense Position, while destroying "Dragon Shield". "Galaxy-Eyes" attacks and destroys "Armed Protector Dragon". Kite Sets a card.
Turn 3: Jinlong
Jinlong activates the effect of "Dragluon", detaching an Overlay Unit to Special Summon "Soul Drain Dragon" (4000/0) from his hand in Attack Position. Jinlong activates the effect of "Soul Drain Dragon"; it gains ATK equal to Kite's Life Points ("Soul Drain Dragon" 4000 → 8000), though it may not attack during the turn it it Summoned.
Duel continues in the next episode.
The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.
- This is the first time Kite calls Reginald by his nickname, Shark, as opposed to the usual "Ryoga".
- The location of the fourth ruins is point 107, like "Number 107: Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon" which is Mizar's.