Card Appearances:Battle Warrior

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Duelist Kingdom[edit]

  • In episode 16, this card is shown in a flashback Bakura Ryou has when he makes note of his Millennium Ring pointing at the castle as something similar when he first started attending Yugi's school. Joey is shown summoning this card during his duel against Yugi. What happens next is unknown as the flashback then shifted to Bakura who then noticed that his Millennium Ring is pointing to Yugi's Millennium Puzzle.
  • In episode 18, Joey uses this card during his Duel against Bonz. It was the final monster that Joey had left after all of his other monsters were destroyed by Bonz's zombies. After he Normal Summons this card, Joey activates "Shield & Sword" to swap the ATK and DEF of all monsters on the field. This causes Bonz's Zombies to have 0 ATK, which made them vulnerable to this monster as it now had enough ATK to defeat the Zombies and end the duel. This card then attacks and destroys Bonz's "Dragon Zombie", winning Joey the duel.

Battle City[edit]

Virtual World[edit]

  • In episode 110, this card is one of the five monsters Joey summoned to keep Gansley, Crump, Johnson, and Leichter busy while he, Serenity, Duke, and Tristan try to escape. This card is destroyed by Leichter (who was in the form of "Jinzo").

Battle City Finals[edit]

  • In episode 133, this card can be seen in Joey's hand during his Dream Duel against an unknown kid.
  • In episode 135, this card is seen in a series of flashbacks Yugi has when he remembers the previous Duels that Joey went through in Battle City.

Waking the Dragons[edit]

  • In episode 170, Joey uses this card during his duel against Valon. He Special Summons this card via the effect of "Marauding Captain". This card and "Marauding Captain" then attack directly. Later Joey Tributes this card in order to Tribute Summon "Jinzo".

Grand Championship[edit]


  • In the dub, "Battle Warrior" was a Level 2 monster. Its attack name in the original was Ultimate Screw Knuckle. In the dub, it was called Ultimate Battle Fist.

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX[edit]