Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS - Episode 009
|Japanese ED||"Goha 7th Elementary School Song"|
|Japanese||July 4, 2020|
|Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episodes (season 1)|
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"Wonderful Jurassic" is the ninth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS anime. It first aired in Japan on July 4, 2020.
There's a rumor that a dinosaur named "Gossie" has showed up in Goha City. This rumor excites Yuga and Luke's spirit of adventure. The two of them start searching for this dinosaur, and run into Kan Hakubutsu, a student from Goha 2nd Elementary School who thinks that Gossie is actually a Rush Duel Dinosaur. As Yuga and Luke search around the city together with Kan and his friends, they realize that Kan is looking for Gossie not just because of his interest in the dinosaur. He also has another goal in mind…
At a construction site, a worker orders his fellows to be careful as the diggers operate around them. Fog begins to drift around them, catching a worker's attention, and then the ground begins to shake. The worker wonders if it's an earthquake, but then looks up to see a massive shape looming over them in the fog with glowing red eyes and growling loudly. The workers scream that it's a monster and they flee in terror.
Luke explains to Yuga that this is "Gossie", and Yuga repeats the name in confusion. Luke explains that people on the internet are claiming that the Goha Corporation's confidential experiments have created a giant monster, much to Yuga's excitement, but Romin and Gakuto aren't as convinced; Romin doesn't believe it exists, and Gakuto thinks there must be some mistake. But Luke dramatically asks if they can't feel it; this feeling as if magma were firing? Yuga adds that it's the feeling of trying a new Road, and they cross arms and collectively declare that this is their spirit of adventure.
Later, Romin tells Luke to wait up, and Gakuto asks if they are really going to look for Gossie; Luke replies that the notion of looking for Gossie has awoken his spirit of adventure. Yuga runs up to them with Kaizo, apologizing for the wait and explaining that it's his new Road; a detector of what a man longs for. Kaizo declares "Adventure! Adventure!" repeatedly, and as Luke studies Kaizo with interest and Gakuto smiles awkwardly, Romin points out that it's just Kaizo (who is holding two dowsing rods). Yuga reassures them it's okay, as he's modified Kaizo to detect that kind of adventurous spirit; monsters, adventures, unmissable battles and friendships that sprout later. They'll definitely find the dinosaur. Kazio immediately begins moving away, declaring that the adevnture alert is detecting, and Luke excitedly runs after him, asking if he's found Gossie. He takes them to the Tahayasty Restaurant, and two boys exit, commenting that they'd have never found Gossie on an empty stomach and thanking their leader, a self-proclaimed "doctor", for the treat, likening it to finding a fossil. The doctor, a boy in a lab coat, emerges from the restaurant, calling it a "wonderful Jurassic". They spot Yuga and his friends, and Luke asks "Jurassic?" in confusion.
After relocating to a nearby park, Yuga asks if the three boys are looking for Gossie as well. The brown-haired boy confirms that they are, and he introduces himself as Kaseki Hotta, the vice-chairman of the Goha 2nd Elementary Dueling and Dinosaur Research Club, the shorter boy as one of the members, Hunt Goto, and the boy in the lab coat as Kan Hakubutsu, the club's president. Hunt states that it's a pleasure to meet them, and Kan tells them that it's a Jurassic to meet them, much to Romin and Gakuto's confusion. Kaseki explains that Kan studies the relationship between dinosaurs and Dueling, and Hunt dubs him a unique sixth-grader who continues to research. The mention of both dinosaurs and Duels excites Yuga and Luke, and Kan begins to state Gossie's identity. Kaseki claims that Gossie can steal five Stegosaurus dorsal plates and that it's believed to be a Rush Duel Dinosaur that uses them to capture prey. Yuga and Luke are shocked by the mention of a Rush Duel Dinosaur, and Hunt admits that they didn't expect to meet Yuga Ohdo, the inventor of the famous Rush Duel, or the creator of "Luke's Life Advice for All", and Kan calls it a wonderful Jurassic. Kaseki suggests that they could work together to find Gossie; Yuga and his friends could guide them through the city. Yuga enthusiastically agrees that it would be nice to have an expert help them, and Luke asks where they should start. Hunt notes that they're talking about a Rush Duel Dinosaur, so are there any places where they could find large cards? Luke states that there is one, and he and Yuga rush off, leaving Kan, Hunt and Kaseki laughing behind them, before they get serious.
Luke takes them to the shopping district, which Kan calls a wonderful Jurassic as Kaizo tracks longing in the background. Romin seems skeptical that a dinosaur would be in the shopping district, but Yuga states that Kaizo has detected an adventurous spirit and Gossie is definitely here. Luke agrees, but Kaizo can't seem to settle on a location, much to Yuga's embarrassment, and Luke admits that the shopping district has a lot of "cards" that Gossie could draw from. A shopkeeper then calls to Luke, asking him if he's shopping and telling him to take this durian. Later, Luke marches down the street munching on the durian with everyone else giving him a wide berth. He offers them one, but Yuga passes. Kaseki suggests that waking up in the modern world might make Gossie feel nostalgic, and he asks what the oldest place in the city is. Luke grins, and he takes them to see Granny Setsuko, the oldest woman in town. Kan politely greets her, and Setsuko offers them some manjus. Luke munches on those two as they follow Kaizo, Gakuto is still skeptical that Gossie even exists and Yuga notes that Kaizo had reacted to the location. Hunt suggests Gossie may be hunting prey, startling Luke, and he rushes off to find Mr. Yoshida's dog "Rushy", relieved that she's all right as he wouldn't have known what to do had his dog been eaten. Rushy picks up her bone, and Luke wonders if she's offering it to him, but before he can take a bite out of it, Romin snatches it from his hand and tosses it back to Rushy, and Luke apologizes to the dog. As Kaizo reacts above them, Romin asks Yuga why Kaizo is reacting if Gossie isn't here, and Yuga considers her statement. Kaseki states that there's no way a dinosaur can hide as Rook prepares to take a bite out of a durian. Gakuto wonders if it's like the Relic, and Yuga and Luke realize that Gossie must be there. They take off in a run again, but then Luke's stomach aches and he stops short, much to Yuga's shock. Luke gasps that it's more urgent than he thought, and he sweats as he flees, telling them he'll see them later. Everyone else follows Yuga and Kaizo as Yuga explains that the Relic was at the place where he installed Rush Dueling. Hunt cries that it will be there for sure, and Kan agrees, though Kaseki shoots them a furtive look and explains that they need to go to the bathroom. They relocate to the park's bathroom and stand at the urinals as Hunt laughs that was a good dig and calls Yuga a fool to tell them everything so easily. Kaseki agrees that thanks to them they'll have their dream Jurassic Duel Land; the spectators would gather to see Gossie, and it would be like admission to a luxury tower apartment; there would be lots of visitors, and they would get lots of money. Hunt agrees that they'll find Gossie if they get to the Relic before Yuga and his friends, and Kan agrees that it's be easy money.
And then Luke opens the stall behind them and pulls up his pants, commenting that he sees and shocking the Dueling and Dinosaur Research Club. Outside, the dejected members sit on the bench as Gakuto comments that their goal was to make easy money, and Romin is disgusted that their adventurous spirit was limited to this. Luke vows that they will never tells them where the Relic is, but Yuga states that they should tell them. Luke and Romin agree, before they realize what Yuga said, and as Gakuto and Luke ask why, Yuga states that Kan will have to Rush Duel him. Kan is surprised, but then eagerly bolts to his feet and calls it a Jurassic offering. Kaseki gets up as well, explaining that Kan examines Duels just like he does dinosaurs, and Hunt wishes him good digging. Yuga grins, and they both activate their Duel Disks, calling "Rush Duel!" The holographic dome expands to cover all of them.
Kan romanticises about a historical journey through 3.8 billion years of life, and he declares his Jurassic turn. He draws as is surrounded by an ocean as he declares that this is the source of all life, activating "Mysterious Sea", a Spell Card which will Special Summon three Level 4 or lower WATER monsters from his hand, then allow him to draw a card. He tells his monsters to awaken, Special Summoning "King of Trilobites", "Arma Knight", and "Ichthyosteguard" in Defense Position, then digs up a new card, and he unearths another due to the effect of "King of Trilobites". He Sets three cards, declaring that these feet are taking their first steps on Earth from the mysterious sea that creates life. He ends his turn, and Yuga smiles, commenting that it's like he thought.
He declares his turn and draws, adding the card to his hand then Summoning "Dark Sorcerer" and "Child of Wind, Cyc". He Tributes "Dark Sorcerer" to Tribute Summon "Windcaster Torna", then activates the effect of "Cyc" to add "Dark Sorcerer" back to his hand, which he promptly Summons. Yuga then sends a card from his hand to the Graveyard to activate the effect of "Torna", changing "Ichthyosteguard" to Attack Position. Hunt yelps that "Ichthyosteguard" has zero ATK, and Yuga Sets a card and declares his Battle Phase, attacking Kan's Defense Position monsters with "Dark Sorcerer" and "Child of Wind, Cyc". "Cyc" blasts "King of Trilobites" with a blade of wind, while "Dark Sorcerer" shatters "Arma Knight" with a dark magic attack. "Windcaster Torna" then attacks "Ichthyosteguard" and destroys it, reducing Kan to 2400 LP, and Yuga ends his turn.
Kan vows that the Jurassic has withstood the time of a billion years and he declares his turn and digs up five cards. This time he Summons "Stegoceratops" and "Little D", and Luke grits his teeth at the sight of the Dinosaur monsters. Scenes of evolutionary struggle in both the sea and on land are shown as Kan declares that the devoured evolve so they don't become devoured themselves, while those who try evolve as well, though they would be extinguished in the end. He Tributes "Little D" and "Stegoceratops", who fall into a volcanic pit as he Tribute Summons two "Megazowler". Then he gives meat to the herbivorous "Megazowler", activating "Miraculous Coevolution" and Tributing that "Megazowler" to Special Summon a Dinosaur monster from his hand and increase its ATK by 100 times the Level of the monster the Summoned monster fed from; "Megazowler" is Level 6, so the Summoned monster will gain 600 ATK. Kan chants "This being will become the strongest to ever live and reign supreme over the land! Bring everyone to their knees with the roar of a ruler! Super King Rex!!" Luke, Romin and Gakuto all cry out in shock at the sight of the massive theropod as it powers up to 3100 ATK. Kan then sends the top card of his Deck to the Graveyard to activate the effect of "Super King Rex", sending "Mammoth Graveyard" and Special Summoning a Level 6 or lower Dinosaur Normal Monster from his Graveyard, declaring "Jurassic Revive" as he revives his other "Megazowler". Yuga gasps in shock as Kan declares his Jurassic Battle, attacking "Windcaster Torna" and "Dark Sorcerer" with his two "Megazowlers", who slam into the two Spellcasters and shatter them into fragments, reducing Yuga's LP to 3800, then 3500. Then Kan attacks "Child of Wind, Cyc" with "Super King Rex", ordering "Carnivorous Shock of the Food Chain" as "Super King Rex" catapults "Cyc" high into the air and destroys it, reducing Yuga to 800 LP. Kan comments that humans would be just breakfast to dinosaurs, and he ends his turn.
Hunt and Kaseki cheer Kan on, he's only got a bit further to go. Kan tells them to cheer with him, and they all cheer "Jurassic!" Luke comments that they're not acting like they did when they were talking in the bathroom, and Yuga is pleased that Luke noticed. He comments that Kan doesn't really seem like the kind of person who would think to use his beloved dinosaurs to make a fortune; he has a true spirit of adventure. Kan is surprised by Yuga's statement, and Kaizo drops in, detecting his spirit. Yuga explains that he didn't know why Kaizo kept detecting Gossie when he wasn't there, but it was detecting Kan's spirit of adventure. Kan is floored by Yuga's statement, and he thinks back to when he found his first fossil with his grandfather at a river, who explained that it was fossilized dinosaur feces and told him to hold it to his ear. Kan gasped that he could hear the sound of a dinosaur toilet, and his grandfather asked if it was Jurassic; Kan had happily agreed that it was. Kan wonders since when has his dream, his Jurassic, been tainted? He reaches into his pocket to grab something, but Yuga replies that Kan's dream hasn't been tainted, otherwise the modern world wouldn't believe that dinosaurs existed. Kan gasps, and he smiles, thanking Yuga. Kaseki suggests that they find Gossie on their own, and Kan agrees. Hunt eagerly suggests they should start by going to the construction site where the shadow of the dinosaur was seen. Yuga is surprised by the mention of a construction site, and Kan explains that the work has apparently stopped.
Yuga muses on Kan's words, and he nervously suggests that they stop looking for Gossie. Luke asks what's changed so suddenly, and Yuga sheepishly admits they may not have good results. Kaizo hovers over Yuga, detecting his spirit, and Yuga swiftly yanks it down and deactivates it, dropping it to the ground. Luke angrily asks what Yuga is thinking; they said they were going to find Gossie and they will. Romin asks what's changed, and Yuga claims they need to get back home because it's late. Luke states that it can't be helped, and he wanders over to Kan, stating that his team and Kan's will keep looking for Gossie. Luke and the Dueling and Dinosaur Research Club all cheer "Jurassic!" as Yuga flinches back in horror, and he decides to win the Duel and end the search for Gossie.
He declares his turn and draws five cards, then Summons "Kuribott", vowing that no matter what he'll pave the way. He pays 500 LP to activate the effect of "Kuribott", adding another "Kuirbott" from his Graveyard to his hand, before Summoning two more. Yuga asks if they're ready, and Luke declares that it's coming. Yuga Tributes two of his "Kuribotts" to Tribute Summon, chanting "Cut open a road through the walls, the mountains, and the planets that block my way and press onward! Let's go! Sevens Road Magician!" Gakuto muses on what will happen if Yuga activates the "Elemental Road" effect of "Sevens Road Magician", as Yuga currently has DARK and WIND Attribute monsters in his Graveyard, and if "Sevens Road" gains 300 ATK for each different Attribute, it will gain 600. Romin declares that "Sevens Road" will have 2700 ATK, more than "Super King Rex". But Kan activates a Trap Card, "Transcendental Evolution", increasing the ATK of "Super King Rex" by 1500 until the end of the turn. "Super King Rex" roars as it increases to 4000 ATK, much to Yuga, Gakuto and Romin's shock, and Luke cheers Kan on. Then, as "Transcendental Evolution" was sent to the Graveyard, Kan activates the Trap Card "Top of the Predatory Evolution", which will force Yuga to attack "Super King Rex". Yuga gasps in horror, and Romin cries that "Sevens Road" and Yuga will both lose if that happens. Luke warns Yuga not to play with a man's longing, but Yuga declares that even the surviving dinosaurs will come to an end. He Summons "Mystic Dealer" and activates its effect, sending a Spellcaster from his hand to the Graveyard to draw another card, and he discards the final card in his hand, "Magical Beast Wolfram", and is shocked, but pleased at his draw. He chants "If you look up, you'll spot the glimmer of a cataclysm. Is the one who descends to earth a god of destruction or a lord of creation? Now, destiny shall be decided!! I Tribute Summon Fullmeteor Impact!" He Tributes "Mystic Dealer" and his final "Kuribott" to Summon "Fullmeteor Impact", explaining that if he controls "Sevens Road" when "Fullmeteor Impact" is Summoned he can send it to the Graveyard to destroy all Level 6 or higher monsters Kan controls. Kan, Hunt and Kaseki all gasp in shock, and Luke cries "What?" Yuga declares that the end of an era has come, and he activates "The Extinction" effect of "Fullmeteor Impact", which blasts into the cosmos, then smashes into the Earth, and as written, all great creatures will become extinct.
But Kan replies that won't happen, and he asks if Yuga remembers his "Transcendental Evolution" Trap Card. He explains that it has a second effect; the targeted monster cannot be destroyed by card effects. As "Super King Rex" looms out of the smoke with glowing red eyes not unlike Gossie, Yuga protests that it can't be, and Luke comments that "Super King Rex" survived the extinction of the dinosaurs; it's certainly a momentous evolution. Romin flinches back in shock, and Gakuto asks if nothing can defeat "Super King Rex". Yuga thinks that he won't give up even if there's only a 0.1% chance of survival, and he declares that he's not finished yet, returning his three "Kuribott" from his Graveyard to his Deck to activate the Spell Card "Kuribottriple", drawing two cards. He's drawn "Stray Familiar" and "Road Magic - Diastrophism", and he activates the latter by borrowing the strength of the EARTH former, reducing the ATK of "Super King Rex" by the ATK of the monster with the highest ATK in his Graveyard. "Fullmeteor Impact" has the highest ATK in Yuga's Graveyard, so "Super King Rex" loses the same ATK. "Sevens Road Magician" stabs its spellsword into the ground, causing it to engulf "Super King Rex" and reduce it to 1500 ATK. Gakuto cheers that Yuga has decreased the ATK of "Super King Rex" even if it can't be destroyed by effects and he encourages Yuga to continue. Kaseki states that there are five different Attributes in Yuga's Graveyard, and even if he uses "Elemental Road", the ATK of "Sevens Road Magician" will only increase by 1500, to 3600. Hunt cheers that Kan's LP won't run out, but Romin recalls that Yuga has to send the top card of his Deck to the Graveyard to activate "Elemental Road", and Gakuto states that if Yuga sends a LIGHT monster to the Graveyard, all six Attributes will unite and the ATK of "Sevens Road" will increase to 3900. Kan gasps as Yuga activates the "Elemental Road", excavating the top card of his Deck...and it's the LIGHT "Luminous Shaman", much to Gakuto and Romin's joy and Kan and Luke's disappointment. Yuga sends the card to the Graveyard, and "Sevens Road Magician" rises to 3900 ATK. Yuga orders "Sevens Road Magician" to attack "Super King Rex" with "Sevens Magic", and as "Sevens Road Magician" charges, Yuga notes on the miracle of the evolution of life, and Kan in return states that the Rush Duels that Yuga has created are refreshing. "Sevens Road Magician" destroys "Super King Rex" with a slash of magic, reducing Kan's LP to zero as he looks at his first fossil in his hand.
Yuga declares that now the operation to capture Gossie is over as the sun sets, and Kaseki sadly admits he wishes he could have seen Gossie. Hunt suggests they check out the construction site, and Kan declares that it's a Jurassic idea. Yuga nervously protests, but Luke eagerly asks Kan to take him there and the four of them run off, leaving Yuga, Gakuto and Romin behind with Yuga nervously asking them to wait for him. They all convene at the construction site, and Kan asks if this is it. Luke spots the massive red-eyed shadow in the mist, and Kaseki asks if this is the shadow of Gossie. Everyone turns and screams in fear at the sight, and even Gakuto and Romin are terrified, Romin shaking the unworried Yuga and asking if it's real after all. But then the fog clears to reveal the red lights are simply glowing heating pipes - and the noise turns out to have been due to a noise-cancelling device that Yuga invented, much to Luke's anger. Yuga explains that he invented it to deal with the construction noise, cancelling one loud noise and exchanging it for another, sending it to the speaker on the building with the pipes. Romin asks if that is the monster, much to Hunt and Kan's shock, and Luke protests that Yuga should have said something earlier. Yuga tries to protest, but Hunt and Kaseki aren't happy with him either, Kaseki telling Yuga that he's disappointed them, and Kan begs for Yuga to return his Jurassic spirit. Romin meanwhile, is examining Yuga's contraption, which he has hooked into an electric guitar, and as she strums it Yuga protests that now there's no other noise, but it's too late. The speakers emit a powerful wave of sound that blows everyone away as Yuga unamusedly states this is what happens.
Later that night, Yuga takes the Dueling and Dinosaur Research Club to the Hologram Man's chamber, telling them that he'll guide them there. Kan asks if this is where the Relic that Yuga used to install Rush Dueling is, and Yuga states that it was here, but vanished. Hunt suddenly gets the urge to sneeze, and Kaseki asks if here is the most important. Kan explains that Kaseki has a unique ability to unearth valuable fossils and other artifacts. As the boys turn back to Hunt, he sneezes, scattering dust throughout the room, but as everyone coughs and the dust clears, Luke and Yuga stare in shock at seven symbols on the ground, revealed by Hunt's sneeze. Gakuto asks if they are some kind of emblem, and Yuga notes that this is why Kaizo couldn't find them. Luke asks if they were here from the beginning - and behind them, Romin swiftly stakes out her smartphone and snaps a picture of the emblems.
In his apartment, the green-haired boy arrogantly declares that it's his turn as he plays his game on his RoaRomin-emblazoned phone, but then he receives a message and he smiles in intrigue. He looks at the photo of the emblem over Yuga and Luke's shoulder, and he comments that it seems like it's time for the concert.
Featured Duel: Yuga Ohdo vs Kan Hakubutsu
The Duel is conducted as a Rush Duel.
Turn 1: Kan
As he controls no monsters, Kan activates the Spell "Mysterious Sea", Special Summoning three Level 4 or lower WATER monsters from his hand and drawing a card. He Special Summons "King of Trilobites" (400/300), "Arma Knight" (1000/1200), and "Ichthyosteguard" (0/1500), all in Defense Position, then draws a card. As he controls 2 WATER Normal Monsters, Kan activates the effect of "King of Trilobites", drawing a card, but he cannot Tribute Summon for the rest of this turn. Kan Sets three cards.
Turn 2: Yuga
Yuga Normal Summons "Dark Sorcerer" (1500/0) and "Child of Wind, Cyc" (400/600). Yuga Tributes "Dark Sorcerer" to Tribute Summon "Windcaster Torna" (1600/1000). As he controls another WIND Spellcaster monster, Yuga activates the effect of "Cyc", adding a Level 4 or lower Spellcaster monster from his GY to his hand. He adds "Dark Sorcerer" to his hand. Yuga's hand contains "Dark Sorcerer", "Kuribott", and an unknown card. Yuga Normal Summons "Dark Sorcerer" (1500/0). Yuga activates the effect of "Torna", sending a card from his hand to the GY to change the battle position of a monster Kan controls. He sends "Kuribott" from his hand to the GY and changes "Ichthyosteguard" to Attack Position.[Note 1] Yuga Sets a card. "Cyc" attacks and destroys "King of Trilobites". "Dark Sorcerer" attacks and destroys "Arma Knight". "Torna" attacks and destroys "Ichthyosteguard" (Kan: 4000 → 2400 LP).
Turn 3: Kan
Kan Normal Summons "Stegoceratops" (700/1100) and "Little D" (1100/700). Kan Tributes "Stegoceratops" and "Little D" to Tribute Summon two copies of "Megazowler" (1800/2000). Kan activates his Set Spell "Miraculous Coevolution", sending a Dinosaur monster from his field to the GY to Special Summon a Dinosaur monster from his hand, and if he does, the Special Summoned monster gains ATK equal to the Level of the monster sent to the GY x100 until the end of this turn. He sends a Level 6 "Megazowler" to the GY and Special Summons "Super King Rex" (2500/2000 → 3100/2000) in Attack Position. As "Super King Rex" was Normal or Special Summoned this turn, Kan activates its effect, sending the top card of his Deck to the GY to Special Summon a Level 6 or lower Dinosaur Normal Monster from his GY. He sends "Mammoth Graveyard" from the top of his Deck to the GY and Special Summons "Megazowler" (1800/2000) in Attack Position. Both "Megazowler" attack and destroy "Torna" and "Dark Sorcerer" (Yuga: 4000 → 3800 → 3500 LP). "Super King Rex" attacks and destroys "Cyc" (Yuga: 3500 → 800 LP).
Turn 4: Yuga
Yuga Normal Summons "Kuribott" (300/200). As Yuga controls no other monsters, he activates the effect of "Kuribott", paying 500 LP (Yuga: 800 → 300 LP) to add another copy of "Kuribott" from his GY to his hand. Yuga Normal Summons two copies of "Kuribott" (300/200). Yuga Tributes two "Kuribott" to Tribute Summon "Sevens Road Magician" (2100/1500). As Yuga Normal Summoned a Level 7 or higher monster, Kan activates his Set Trap "Transcendental Evolution", choosing a Dinosaur monster he controls, increasing its ATK by 1500, and preventing it from being destroyed by card effects for the rest of the turn. He chooses "Super King Rex" ("Super King Rex": 2500/2000 → 4000/2000). As a card was sent to Kan's GY, he activates his Set Trap "Top of the Predatory Evolution", choosing a Dinosaur monster he controls and forcing Yuga to attack that monster this turn. He chooses "Super King Rex".
Yuga Normal Summons "Mystic Dealer" (1000/0). Yuga activates the effect of "Mystic Dealer", sending a Spellcaster monster from his hand to the GY to draw a card. He sends "Magical Beast Wolfram" to the GY and draws "Fullmeteor Impact". Yuga Tributes "Kuribott" and "Mystic Dealer" to Tribute Summon "Fullmeteor Impact" (2500/0). As "Fullmeteor Impact" was Normal Summoned this turn and Yuga controls a Level 7 or higher Spellcaster monster, he activates its effect, sending it to the GY to destroy all Level 6 or higher monsters Kan controls. Both "Megazowler" are destroyed, but due to the effect of "Transcendental Evolution", "Super King Rex" is not destroyed. Yuga activates his Set Spell "Kuribottriple", returning three "Kuribott" from his GY to his Deck to draw two cards. He draws "Road Magic - Diastrophism" and "Stray Familiar". As Yuga controls a Level 7 or higher Spellcaster monster, he activates "Road Magic - Diastrophism", sending an EARTH monster from his hand to the GY to decrease the ATK of a monster Kan controls by the ATK of the monster in Yuga's GY with the highest ATK. He sends "Stray Familiar" to the GY and chooses "Super King Rex", and "Fullmeteor Impact" has the highest ATK in Yuga's GY ("Super King Rex": 4000/2000 → 1500/2000). Yuga activates the effect of "Sevens Road Magician", sending the top card of his Deck to the GY to increase its ATK by 300 for each monster with a different Attribute in his GY. Yuga sends "Luminous Shaman" to the GY, so there are six monsters with different Attributes in his GY ("Sevens Road Magician": 2100/1500 → 3900/1500). "Sevens Road Magician" attacks and destroys "Super King Rex" (Kan: 2400 → 0 LP).
- This episode lacked a Featured Card, as instead there was an announcement of a recap that would take place.