|Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 076|
Yokare to Omotte Tadaima Sanjō! Shingetsu Rei to Mōshimasu
I Think It's for the Best That I'm Here! My Name Is Rei Shingetsu
|Japanese air date||
October 21, 2012
|Episode listing||Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episode listing (season 2)|
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"I Think It's for the Best That I'm Here! My Name Is Rei Shingetsu" is the seventy-sixth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. It first aired in Japan on October 21, 2012.
A new student has transferred to Yuma's class. His name is Rei Shingetsu and has become huge fan of Yuma due to his winning the WDC. Everyone at school is psyched at the arrival of the Pro Duelist Daisuke Katagiri, who is going to a special lesson. Feeling bad for Yuma, who's banned from attending the special lesson, Rei runs off to get Katagiri's signature. But, what awaits Rei is a "Enthusiastic Coaching" under the instruction of Katagiri, who is being controlled by the Barian faction!
Bronk Stone and four unnamed students vs. Daisuke KatagiriEdit
The full Duel is not shown. The female student activated "Madolche Chateau" at one point, while Katagiri activated a Trap Card. Eventually, Katagiri attacks all five opponents directly with "Armed Samurai - Ben Kei", who had 7800 ATK and could attack multiple times due to the Equip Cards equipped to it. This reduces the Life Points of all five opponents to 0.
Rei Shingetsu vs. Daisuke KatagiriEdit
Duel is shown from an unspecified turn. Katagiri controls "Enthusiastic Beast King Bearman" (2600/2700) in Attack Position and has an unspecified amount of Life Points, while Rei controls no cards and has 1500 Life Points. "Bearman" attacks directly (Rei 1500 → 0)
Yuma Tsukumo vs. Daisuke KatagiriEdit
Turn 1: Yuma
Yuma activates "Three-Card Summon", letting him reveal three monsters with the same Level in his hand and Special Summon one of them. He reveals the Level 3 "Mimimic", "Rai Rider" and "Zubaba Knight". He Special Summons "Rai Rider" (1200/1400) in Attack Position and Normal Summons "Zubaba Knight" (1600/900). As he controls two Level 3 monsters, he Special Summons "Mimimic" (300/300) from his hand in Attack Position via its own effect. Yuma overlays his three Level 3 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 34: Terror-Byte" (0/2900) in Defense Position. Yuma Sets a card.
Turn 2: Katagiri
Katagiri activates the Field Spell Card "Training Kingdom - Training World", which will let him send two monsters from his hand to the Graveyard to Normal Summon one Level 7 or higher monster without Tribute. He sends "Panther Warrior" and "Enthusiastic Beast Wolfberk" to the Graveyard to Normal Summon "Enthusiastic Beast King Bearman" (2600/2700) in Attack Position. As Katagiri controls "Bearman", he activates "Bear's Boot Camp" which allows him to Special Summon one Level 4 Beast-Warrior-Type monster from his Deck. He Special Summons "Enthusiastic Beast Wolfberk" (1600/1200) in Attack Position. He activates the effect of "Wolfberk", letting him Special Summon another "Wolfberk" (1600/1200) from his Graveyard once per turn. Katagiri activates the effect of "Bearman", letting him double the Levels of all Level 4 or lower Beast-Warrior-Type monsters he controls until the End Phase. The Levels of both "Wolfberks" are doubled to 8. Katagiri overlays his three Level 8 monsters to Xyz Summon "Coach King Giantrainer" (2800/2000) in Attack Position. He activates the effect of "Giantrainer", detaching an Overlay Unit to shuffle both players' Decks. Both players will draw a card and a reveal them. The player who draws the monster with the lower Level will take 800 damage and the drawn cards are sent to the Graveyard. Katagiri draws the Level 8 "Beast King Barbaros" and Yuma draws Level 1 "Stinging Swordsman" (Yuma 4000 → 3200). Katagiri activates the effect again, detaching an Overlay Unit. Katagiri draws the Level 8 "Mosaic Manticore" and Yuma draws the Level 3 "Gagaga Girl" (Yuma 3200 → 2400). Katagiri detaches the last Overlay Unit to activate the effect again. Katagiri draws the Level 4 "Wolfberk" and Yuma draws the Level 6 "Dododo Warrior" (Katagiri 4000 → 3200). Katagiri activates "Rank-Up-Magic Barian's Force", which allows him to Rank-Up "Giantrainer" and Summon a "CXyz" monster one Rank higher than it, while using "Giantrainer" as its Overlay Unit. Katagiri performs a Chaos Xyz Evolution, overlaying the Rank 8 "Giantrainer" to Special Summon the Rank 9 "CXyz Coach Lord Ultimatrainer" (3800/2300) in Attack Position. The effect of "Rank-Up-Magic" lets him target one Xyz Monster the opponent controls, detach its Overlay Units and attach them to the newly Summoned "CXyz" and decrease the ATK of that monster by 300 for each detached Unit. "Ultimatrainer" takes the three Overlay Units of "Terror-Byte".
Turn 3: Yuma
Yuma Normal Summons "Gagaga Magician" (1500/1000) and activates "Gagaga X Gagaga". This lets him target 1 "Gagaga" monster he controls and Special Summon this card to the Monster Card Zone as a monster with the same Attribute, Type, Level, ATK and DEF as that monster. He targets "Gagaga Magician", so "Gagaga X Gagaga" is Special Summoned (1500/1000). Yuma overlays his two Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 39: Utopia" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. Yuma performs a Chaos Xyz Evolution, overlaying "Utopia" to Xyz Summon "Number C39: Utopia Ray" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. Yuma activates the effect of "Utopia Ray" three times, detaching three Overlay Units to increase its ATK by 500 for each Unit (2500 → 4000).[Notes 2] "Utopia Ray" attacks and destroys "Ultimatrainer" (Katagiri 1400 → 0).
The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.
- It is unknown whether the Attribute of "CXyz Coach Lord Ultimatrainer" in this episode is EARTH or LIGHT. In the anime, its Overlay Units are yellow, which indicates LIGHT, but the TV Tokyo website lists it as EARTH.
- At one point when Yuma and Tori are talking, a boy in the background on the right side resembles Chazz Princeton.
- ↑ The written Japanese anime lore of "Dotedotengu" states it can return a card on its controller's side of the field to the hand, not the opponent's.
- ↑ For unknown reasons, the ATK of "CXyz Coach Lord Ultimatrainer" was not shown decreasing.