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Card Appearances:Schwarzschild Limit Dragon
- In episode 96, Mizar uses this card during his Duel against Kite Tenjo. He Special Summons this card via its own effect due to Kite controlling "Starliege Lord Galaxion". After Mizar Normal Summons "Parsec, the Interstellar Dragon" without Tributing via its own effect, he overlays this card and "Parsec" in order to Xyz Summon "Number 107: Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon".
- In episode 127, Mizar uses this card during his Duel against Quinton and Trey. He Special Summons this card via its own effect as Quinton controlled "Number 9: Dyson Sphere". Mizar then activates "Ergosphere" to add another copy of this card from his Deck to his hand. Mizar then Special Summons the second copy via its own effect. He then overlays both copies in order to Xyz Summon "Number 107: Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon". After the latter attacks and the attack is negated by the second effect of "Dyson Sphere", Mizar detaches one copy in order to activate the effect of "Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon". The other copy is sent to the Graveyard after "Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon" is equipped to "Chronomaly Chaos Atlandis" via the latter's effect.
- In episode 138, Mizar uses this card during his Duel against Don Thousand. He Special Summons this card and "Parsec, the Interstellar Dragon" through the effect of "Galaxy Stealth Dragon" (which was activated twice). Mizar then activates "Dragon King's Demise" to Tribute all his Dragon-type monsters and inflict their combined ATK as damage to both players, but Don Thousand activates the second effect of "Numeron Network" to activate "Numeron Spell Revision" from his Deck, negating the effect of Mizar's "Dragon King's Demise" and activating "Card of the Dragon King" instead. Due to "Card of the Dragon King", Mizar is forced to Tribute his Dragon-type monsters, inflict their combined ATK as damage to himself, and draw one card for each Dragon-type monster Tributed, winning Don Thousand the Duel.