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Cliff the Trap Remover (character)
|Corresponding card||Cliff the Trap Remover|
|Japanese translated||Black Scorpion - Cliff the Trap Remover|
|Other language names|
العقرب الأسود : كليف - مزيل الفخا
Dunkler Skorpion - Cliff, Fallenentferner
Dark Scorpion - Cliff il Rimuovi Trappole
|Organization||Dark Scorpion Burglars|
|WC 2007||Forgotten Magic|
|Anime debut||Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episode 39: "The Dark Scorpions"|
|Video game debut||Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2007|
|Cliff the Trap Remover (character)|
Cliff the Trap Remover, known as Black Scorpion - Cliff the Trap Remover in the Japanese version, is a character version of the card, "Cliff the Trap Remover".
Cliff's outfit consists of the standard Dark Scorpion uniform. His brown hair is shoulder length, with a fringe covering his forehead.
He is a Duel Monster spirit of "Cliff the Trap Remover" brought to life by the power of the Shadow Charm. He is also the member of the band of thieves known as the Dark Scorpion Gang (Black Scorpion Graverobber Gang; 黒サソリ盗掘団, Kurosasori Tōkutsu-dan), who were also brought to life by the item. He masquerades as a security guard named Mr. Cliff (the "Mr." is omitted in the dub). However, since they fail to obtain the keys in a Duel, they are unable to unlock the spirit gate of the Sacred Beasts. When Zaloog and his gang are discovered, he and Chazz Princeton Duel with all the remaining keys on the line. In the end, he and his cohorts are defeated, and the power of his Shadow Charm is nullified. After reverting back to their spirit forms, the Dark Scorpions join the many weak monsters in Chazz's care, to the young Duelist's annoyance. He never uses them however, and they haven't been seen since.
Cliff the Trap Remover appears in the video game, Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2007 as a Level five Limited Duelist and challenges the player to not include Spell Cards in the Deck. By beating him, the player gets closer to unlocked Level six Limited Duelists and a new Booster Pack.
In World Championship 2007, Cliff the Trap Remover uses a field advantage Deck titled, "Forgotten Magic".