Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 034
|English||Dark Signs, Part 3|
|Japanese OP||"Last Train - The New Morning"|
|Japanese ED||"CROSS GAME"|
|English OP & ED||"Hyper Drive"|
|Animation director||Ichizou Kobayashi|
|Japanese||November 19, 2008|
|English||4 July 2009|
|Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's episodes (season 1)|
|Previous||"Dark Signs, Part 2"|
|Next||"Dark Signs, Part 4"|
|Featured card||"One Hundred-Eyed Dragon"|
"Dark Signs, Part 3", known as "Dark Synchro! Come Forth, One-Hundred Eye Dragon" in Japan is the thirty-fourth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's anime. It first aired in Japan on November 19, 2008 and in the United States on July 4, 2009.
The Dark Signer Kalin Kessler and Yusei Fudo continue their Duel. Kalin then Summons his trump card, the Dark Synchro Monster "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon", hoping to get rid of his former friend once and for all. Also, flashbacks are shown that reveal why Kalin hates his former team.
"Infernity Archfiend" was about to attack Yusei, which frightens Jack and Crow, but Yusei activates the Trap Card, "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow", which negates the monster's attack. Kalin is disappointed. After his activation, instead of going to the Graveyard, it turns back into face-down mode again. Jack and Crow are satisfied that Yusei managed to escape the monster's attack.
Kalin Sets a card face-down and ends his turn. Kalin thinks Yusei should have been dead by now and guess he'll use any means to keep himself alive. He said to Yusei that he hadn't change a bit. Yusei tried to said something, but Kalin said it's now Yusei's turn. Yusei draws a card and Summons "Junk Synchron" with 1300 ATK. Both Duelists' SPC goes to 3. Yusei uses the effect of "Junk Synchron" to Summon back "Speed Warrior" with 400 DEF. He then uses "Junk Synchron" and "Speed Warrior" to Synchro Summon "Junk Warrior" with 2300 ATK.
Kalin said to Yusei to go all out twice. Yusei then activates the Continuous Trap Card, "Shard of Hope", in which when a monster he control inflicts battle damage to his opponent, he can draw a card. And if it is a Trap Card, he can activate it from his hand. Kalin tell him it depends if he can inflict battle damage on him. Yusei remembers the effect of Kalin's Continuous Trap Card, "Depth Amulet". But he also remembers that Kalin has two cards on his hand and two monsters on his field. Yusei thinks it's a good thing Kalin try to preserve his hand (in the dub, he remembers Kalin hating having an empty hand). Kalin smirked.
Yusei sends "Junk Warrior" to attack "Infernity Beast". But Kalin sends a card from his hand to the Graveyard to activate the effect of "Depth Amulet" effect, thus negating the attack. Kalin laughs sinisterly. Yusei wonders if Kalin going to reduce his hand even further. Kalin thanks Yusei for the consideration. Yusei ends his turn.
It's now Kalin's turn. He draws a card and both Duelists' SPC goes to 4. He Tributes "Infernity Beast" and "Infernity Archfiend" to Summon "Dark Tuner Nightmare Hand" with 0 ATK. By seeing this, Yusei remembers his Duel with Grady, which only mean one thing : Kalin can Summon a Level two or lower monster from his hand. He then Summons "Infernity Dwarf" with 800 ATK. After that, he uses "Dark Tuner Nightmare Hand" and "Infernity Dwarf" to Dark Synchro Summon. Yusei knew it was going to happen and wonders what will come out of this Dark Synchro Summon. The monster coming out of this Dark Synchro Summon revealed itself as "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" with 3000 ATK. Yusei said this monster is a Level -8 monster with an ATK of 3000. Yusei asks if this creature is his ace monster. Kalin refuses to respond.
Carly and Jack are shocked by this monster. Crow wonders what kind of creature "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" is since that monster was never in Kalin's Deck before. Kalin sends "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" to attack "Junk Warrior". Jack and Crow are concerned by it. Yusei tried to use the effect of "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow", but Kalin said that his monster's effect is activated. He said when this card is in face-up position, it gains the effect of a DARK Attribute monster in the Graveyard. The monster then copies the effect of "Infernity Beast" in the Graveyard; when the monster attacks while its controller has no cards in their hand, the opponent can't activate any Spell or Trap Cards. Yusei wonders if that was Kalin's plan all along. The effect of Yusei's Trap Card is negated. "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" destroys "Junk Warrior", which causes Yusei to lose 700 Life Points and to lose control of his Duel Runner. Kalin laughs and tells Yusei to be thrown into the flames. Yusei manages to regain control of his Duel Runner. Kalin says that is the way, but he can't drop dead just yet. He says that he will put Yusei through into so much more anguish that it'll kill him. He then ends his turn.
Now it's Yusei's turn. He draws a card and both Duelists's SPC goes to 5. He then Summons "Rockstone Warrior" in Defense Mode with 1600 DEF. Kalin wonders if using a monster in Defense Mode is Yusei's back-up plan. After that, Yusei places a card face-down and ends his turn. Kalin says that Depth Amulet is destroyed after his opponent's third turn. Yusei knows that the Trap Card has already served its purpose. Kalin smirked.
Yusei knows that Kalin's strategy is nothing like him at all in the past. He then remembers one of Kalin's duels and knows it all been changed. Kalin says yes and thanks to Yusei. Yusei wonders why are they fighting. Kalin refuses to respond.
Kalin remembers back when he, Yusei, Jack and Crow were still The Enforcers. He asks if they can make themselves satisfied. The team is seen battling Duel Gangs like a first one with baseball motives, a second one with kimono on them and a third one on a stage. Kalin says that he doesn't need tricks and that he'll keep pushing on with overwhelming might and guts. Yusei, Jack and Crow were then satisfied by Kalin's confidence. They managed to take over most all of Satellite's sector until only Sector M is left. Kalin says to them that they'll dominate all of Satellite. The team agreed with him.
The group is seen walking down the streets of Satellite. A Duel Gang is spying on them. The Enforcers knows they are been watched. Kalin smirked and tell the Duel Gang to come out now. The Duel Gang seems to have 20 or more members. Crow says that it's unfair. Kalin laughs and says he doesn't see any harm. He also says any less and they'll be unsatisfied.
The Duel begins. Crow managed to handcuffed four members. Jack uses "Twin-Sword Marauder" to attack one of the members' "Goblin Attack Force", thus defeating him. Jack throws the same handcuff to another member, saying he's next. Kalin defeats one member on the stair of the building. He then attack another member.
Yusei defeated two members and battles a third one. Yusei guesses the third one is the leader of the rival Duel Gang and says they were the ones who sullied the duel and he'll make them pay their just dues. He throws a handcuff at him. The leader says a match is all about winning and winning means beating the opponent. He drove Yusei to the other building and tried to make him fall from the previous building, saying to Yusei to go to hell. He removes his Duel Disk and lets him fall to the ground. Jack and Crow are worried by it. But Yusei is saved thanks to Kalin who throws a handcuff at him.
Both Duelists' SPC goes to 6. Kalin draws a card and activates the Spell Card, "Speed Spell - Power Baton", a Speed Spell that can only activate once his Speed Counters are at six or above. By selecting one monster card from his Deck and sending it to the Graveyard, one monster on his field will increase in ATK for the Damage Step equal to that monster's ATK. And the monster he's sending to the Graveyard is "Infernity Destroyer" with 2300 ATK. By sending this card to the Graveyard, "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" gains 2300 ATK and rises to 5300 ATK. After that, his monster's effect activates. It gains the effect of "Infernity Dwarf" in the Graveyard. Once his hand is at 0, if its ATK is greater than a Defense Mode monster's DEF, "Infernity Dwarf" inflicts damage to the opponent equal to the difference. Kalin says here lies the power of his zero-card hand Handless Combo. Kalin sends "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" to attack "Rockstone Warrior".
Kalin says to Yusei to be ready for 3700 in piercing damage. Yusei says he doesn't think so and the effect of "Rockstone Warrior" reduces all damage caused by battle to 0. But Yusei's monster is destroyed by Kalin's monster. Kalin laughs madly and says that Yusei almost didn't make that one and what's in store next. Yusei has no more monsters to shield him on his field and he only has two cards in his hand. He wonders if any of the two cards that Yusei holds in his hand be the means to defeat Kalin's "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon". Kalin laughs madly and tells Yusei to doubt, suffer, and beg for his life. Yusei says that's enough and that Kalin never used to be like this.
He remembers that Kalin saved him from the fall back then. He asks him to let him go. If he doesn't, he be dragged down with him. Kalin says he will never abandon him and he is his friend. Yusei is overwhelmed by this. Kalin says this isn't the end and that the effect of "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" effect activates the effect of "Infernity Destroyer" in his Graveyard, which is when his hand is at 0, if it destroys a monster by battle, it inflicts 800 points of damage to the opponent. He sends "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" to attack directly.
Kalin and Crow save Yusei from the fall. Yusei thanks Kalin. The rival Duel Gang leader escapes, but he is stopped by Jack. They defeated the rival Duel Gang and took over their sector, thus the Enforcers were now masters of Satellite. The team was happy of their conquest and laughs happily. Kalin throws the map to the air and says that the Enforcers are the best.
"One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" attacks Yusei directly, causing him to lose 800 Life Points. He again loses control of his Duel Runner. Kalin says to him to make sure he burns this time. Crow begs Kalin to stop. Jack is also worried for Yusei. Kalin laughs more madly than ever. Yusei managed to yet again regain control of his Duel Runner. Kalin is very disappointed. Then Yusei remembers something.
Satellite on a rainy day. Sector Security agents patrol Satellite, hunting down the Enforcers. Kalin is seen covered in blood coming from one of the agents. He murdered one of the Sector Security agents. Yusei witnessed it and the two friends fight. The patrol arrives and Kalin calls him a traitor. Kalin, very angry, calls him a traitor just like in the past.
Featured Duel: Kalin Kessler vs. Yusei Fudo
Yusei Fudo has 3300 Life Points and 2 Speed Counters, as well as two Set cards. Kalin Kessler has 4000 Life Points and 2 Speed Counters, as well as "Infernity Archfiend" (1800/1200) and "Infernity Beast" (1600/1200), both in Attack Position, and "Depth Amulet" in his Spell & Trap Zone. One of Yusei's End Phases has passed since the activation of "Depth Amulet"; it will be destroyed during the third.
Turn 3: Kalin
"Infernity Archfiend" has just attacked directly, but as Yusei's opponent's Monster declared an attack, he activates his face-down Trap Card "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow", negating the attack, then Setting "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow" face-down instead of sending it to the Graveyard. Kalin Sets a card.
Turn 4: Yusei
Yusei draws "Junk Synchron". During the Standby Phase, the effect of "Speed World" activates (Kalin: 2 → 3 SPC; Yusei: 2 → 3 SPC). Yusei Normal Summons "Junk Synchron" (1300/500) in Attack Position. As "Junk Synchron" was Normal Summoned, Yusei activates its effect, Special Summoning a Level 2 or lower monster from his Graveyard in Defense Position with its effects negated. He Special Summons the Level 2 "Speed Warrior" (900/400). Yusei tunes the Level 2 "Speed Warrior" with the Level 3 "Junk Synchron" to Synchro Summon the Level 5 "Junk Warrior" (2300/1300) in Attack Position. Yusei activates his face-down Continuous Trap Card "Shard of Hope". When a monster Yusei controls inflicts Battle Damage to his opponent, Yusei can draw a card, and if the card is a Trap Card, he destroys "Shard of Hope" and activates the drawn Trap Card from his hand, but if the activation requirements of the drawn Trap Card are incorrect or if the drawn card is not a Trap Card, then the drawn card will be destroyed and sent to the Graveyard. "Junk Warrior" attacks "Infernity Beast", but as his opponent's monster declared an attack, Kalin activates the effect of "Depth Amulet", discarding a card to negate the attack. He discards "Infernity Guardian".
Turn 5: Kalin
Kalin draws "Infernity Dwarf"[Notes 1] During the Standby Phase, the effect of "Speed World" activates (Kalin: 3 → 4 SPC; Yusei: 3 → 4 SPC). Kalin Tributes "Infernity Beast" and "Infernity Archfiend" to Tribute Summon "Dark Tuner Nightmare Hand" (0/0) in Attack Position. As "Dark Tuner Nightmare Hand" was Normal Summoned, Kalin activates its effect, Special Summoning a Level 2 monster from his hand. He Special Summons "Infernity Dwarf" (800/500) from his hand in Attack Position. Kalin dark tunes the Level 2 "Infernity Dwarf" with the Level 10 Dark Tuner monster "Dark Tuner Nightmare Hand" to Dark Synchro Summon the Level -8 "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" (3000/2500) in Attack Position. Due to the first effect of "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon", it gains the effects of all DARK monsters in Kalin's Graveyard. "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" attacks "Junk Warrior". As Yusei's opponent's monster declared an attack he attempts to activate his face-down "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow", but due to the effect "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" gained from "Infernity Beast", as "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" attacked while Kalin has no cards in his hand, Yusei cannot activate Spell or Trap Cards until the end of the Damage Step. The attack continues and "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" destroys "Junk Warrior" (Yusei: 3300 → 2600 LP).
Turn 6: Yusei
Yusei draws "Synchro Destructor". During the Standby Phase, the effect of "Speed World" activates (Kalin: 4 → 5 SPC; Yusei: 4 → 5 SPC). Yusei's hand contains "Hyper Synchron", "Rockstone Warrior" and "Speed Spell - Final Attack". Yusei Normal Summons "Rockstone Warrior" (1800/1600) in Defense Position. Yusei Sets a card. During Yusei's End Phase, "Depth Amulet" is destroyed due to its last effect, as it is Yusei's third End Phase since its activation.
Turn 7: Kalin
Kalin draws "Speed Spell - Power Baton". During the Standby Phase, the effect of "Speed World" activates (Kalin: 5 → 6 SPC; Yusei: 5 → 6 SPC). As Kalin has six or more Speed Counters, he activates the Spell Card "Speed Spell - Power Baton", sending one monster from his Deck to the Graveyard to have one monster he controls gain ATK equal to the ATK of the sent monster's, until the end of the next Damage Step, but he cannot conduct his normal draw during his next Draw Phase. He sends the 2300 ATK "Infernity Destroyer" from his Deck to the Graveyard ("One Hundred-Eyed Dragon": 3000 → 5300/2500). "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" attacks and destroys "Rockstone Warrior". At this point the effect "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" gained from "Infernity Dwarf" would inflict the difference between the ATK of "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" and the DEF of "Rockstone Warrior" as Battle Damage to Yusei since "One-Hundred-Eyed Dragon" attacked a Defense Position monster with less DEF than its ATK while Kalin had no cards in his hand, but due to the first effect of "Rockstone Warrior", Yusei takes no battle damage from battles involving it. As "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" destroyed a monster by battle and sent it to the Graveyard while Kalin had no cards in his hand, he activates the effect "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" gained from "Infernity Destroyer", inflicting 800 damage to Yusei (Yusei: 2600 → 1800 LP).
The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.
Differences in adaptations
- In the dub, Kalin states that Yusei has been using "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow" since Grade School; this statement wasn't present in the original.
- In the dub, Yusei states that Kalin hates having an empty hand; in the original he believes that as Kalin controlled two monsters and had two cards in his hand he had no need to stop his attack.
- The flashback where Yusei remembers seeing a Dark Synchro Summon by Grady is cut from the dub.
- In the dub, when Kalin is about to Summon "Infernity Dwarf", he states that it won't be "some old card he used in High School"; this line wasn't present in the original.
- In the dub, when Kalin Summons "One Hundred-Eyed Dragon" Yusei states that it's stronger than any card in his Deck, including his "Stardust Dragon"; this aspect wasn't present in the original.
- In the original when Yusei thanked Kalin after he said he would never abandon Yusei because he's his friend, Kalin said nothing due to trying so hard to pull Yusei up, while in the dub he said 'save it!".
- In the dub, when Kalin pulls Yusei up he says that Yusei needs to go on a diet and mentions egg-wiches, a reference to Yu-Gi-Oh! GX; Kalin didn't say anything in the original.
- In the dub, during the flashback Crow tells Jack that he did a good job "taking out" the last member of the Duel Gang; in the original Crow said nothing.
- In the dub, when Yusei was thrown into the Shadow Duel circuit Crow gives Yusei encouragement by telling him to "keep on riding"; in the original Crow wanted the duel between Kalin and Yusei to stop.
- In the dub, during the flashback to the night where Kalin killed the Sector Security officer, Jack Atlas shouts out Kalin's name & begs him to "stop this." In the original Jack's mouth could be seen moving but his words couldn't be heard.
- The close-up of the blood on Kalin's face and clothes along with the dead Sector Security officer are removed in the dub.
- The scene near the end of the episode before the flashback in which Kalin's glare gets stronger and Yusei gasping from it, is removed in the dub.
- In the dub, when Yusei activates "Scrap-Iron Scarecrow" he mistakenly says that it returns to his hand rather than being placed face-down again.
- In the dub, when Yusei shows his "Rockstone Warrior" to Kalin, he accidentally flashes his middle finger and a glimpse of the Japanese "Rockstone Warrior" can be seen.
- In the dub, during the flashback when Kalin uses "Vorse Raider", "Rockstone Warrior" is visible on his Duel Disk instead.