Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS - Episode 010

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"Behind You!"
Toombs's tactics bring Luke to his knees.
Toombs's tactics bring Luke to his knees.
EnglishBehind You!
Japanese name
RōmajiKyōfu no Kaidan Dyueru
TranslatedA Terrifying Ghost Story Duel
SeriesYu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS
Japanese OP"Nanananananana"
Japanese ED"Goha 7 Elementary School Song"
ScreenplayYokotani Masahiro
Air dates
JapaneseAugust 8, 2020
EnglishJune 7, 2022
Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episodes (season 1)
Previous"Dino Detours"
Next"Hungry for a Duel!"
Featured card"Shock Dragon"

"Behind You!", known as "A Terrifying Ghost Story Duel" in the Japanese version, is the tenth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS anime. It first aired in Japan on August 8, 2020. It first became available in English on Hulu in America on June 7, 2022, and aired on June 10, 2022 on Disney XD in America and 9Go! in Australia.

Romin gives out invites to a live performance of RoaRomin. On the big stage called "Big Seven Arena", the Vocal Duelist of RoaRomin, Roa Kassidy, challenges Yuga to a 3-vs-3 match over the property rights of Rush Duels. Luke, taking the first step, is assaulted in a terrorizing Ghost Story Duel!


Romin gives the boys VIP tickets for the RoaRomin concert that weekend.

At the Road Laboratory, Yuga works on the noise-cancelling guitar he had placed at the construction site, while Luke and Gavin pour over the photos of the seven emblems. Gavin wonders if there's any meaning behind them, and Luke suggests that one of them resembles "Multistrike Dragon Dragias", pointing out similarities to "Dragias'" eyes, mouth and ears as Yuga zooms over to take a look as well. Romin walks over, munching on a candy bar and stating that she's going home, much to the boys' surprise. Kaizo insists that Romin is very busy due to the RoaRomin concert that weekend, isn't she? Romin confirms she is with a nod, so Kaizo starts explaining about RoaRomin; an indie band that debuted a year ago and became a popular elementary school band in the blink of an eye. The main vocalist is Roa, who is very popular among the ladies as a bad-boy Prince Charming, while of course Romin herself is the guitarist, though it's forgotten the names of the drummer and bassist. And Roa and Romin are cousins. Romin hands concert tickets to the boys, explaining that she wanted to give them to them. As Gavin muses on them, Kaizo asks where its one is, while Luke asks Yuga if he'll go. Yuga seems hesitant, noting the concert's location on the VIP ticket; the Big Seven Arena, but then he states that he's coming and he can't wait, much to Romin's surprise.

Roa shoves Romin.

In a brightly lit apartment, Roa - the green-haired boy who was being informed about Yuga - looks at the photo of the seven emblems on his smartphone and he hears the door open. He turns to see a downcast Romin walking in, and he asks if Romin gave them the tickets. Romin nods sadly, and Roa lightly tells her not to give him that look, but just follow his orders. He grabs Romin's wrist and tosses her against the window, still affably reassuring her that her secret is safe with him as Romin looks at her cousin in fear.

Yuga gives Romin his newest Road - the Duel Guitar.

That weekend, Yuga, Gavin and Luke head to the Sevens Hells Hall, an old building plastered with three large RoaRomin posters. Luke takes note of the building's age as they venture in, and Yuga agrees that it's disused. Gavin explains that the building has been neglected for forty years, but then Luke suddenly flinches and turns around. Gavin asks him what's wrong, and Luke replies that it's nothing, but he felt like someone was behind him. They get to Romin's dressing room, and she notes that they came after all. Gavin asks where the other members are, and Romin explains that they're setting their instruments up on stage. Yuga admits that he brought Romin a present, much to Romin and Luke's surprise, and Kaizo flies over his head calling "Surprise!" in English, dropping a large case into Yuga's hands. Luke frantically asks when Yuga prepared that as Yuga walks up to Romin and gives it to her, and she opens the case to find the guitar Yuga had used for his noise-cancelling Road. Romin seemed to like it, so Yuga combined the guitar with a Duel Disk to make it into a Duel Guitar. Romin is quite surprised as the guitar's Dueling sections unfold on the body and she tests it out. Yuga blushes, stating that he hopes she can enjoy Rush Dueling and music together, and Romin shyly thanks him. Gavin walks up with a bunch of flowers, explaining they're from him, and Luke is mortified at having not prepared any gift himself. Romin reassures him it's all right, but Luke rushes off, asking them to wait a minute.

Once he gets out into the corridor however, he rushes down the wrong corridor and can't find the exit. As he stares into the darkened room where he thought he felt someone before, a long-haired boy lets out a slight laugh behind him, and he swings around, but only sees the boy's bathroom sign and the flickering light. Luke stammers that this place is too creepy, even if it was built forty years ago, as the long-haired boy pops up behind him chuckling. Luke howls in fear and swings around to face the boy, who tells him that there is a legend about the Big Seven Arena, and Luke tells him not to surprise him and asks who he is. The boy yells "Omaeno Ushiro!" (Japanese for "behind you!") and Luke swings around with a cry of fear, only to find nothing. The boy tells Luke that fifty-three years ago a gifted guitarist died here, and their ghost still haunts the Hall. Luke protests that the building was only built forty years ago, and the boy states that's the scary part, freaking Luke out again. He claims that whenever the ghost finds a guitarist that interests them they carry them to the otherworld, and indeed many guitarists have gone missing. Then the light goes out, and Luke screams in terror, alerting Yuga, Gavin, Romin and Kaizo. Yuga and Gavin rush out to find him with the lights on their Duel Disks and Kaizo in tow, and find Luke sitting on the floor. They ask what happened to him, and Luke points behind him, but there's no-one there. Luke protests that someone told him about the ghost of a guitarist and he urgently asks where Romin is. Yuga explains she stayed in the locker room, and Luke muses that Romin is in danger if the ghost likes her. They quickly return to the locker room, but Romin is gone. Kaizo and Luke are both concerned, but Gavin suggests she may have just gone to the bathroom. Yuga points out they would have seen her if she did, and Gavin wonders where she went. A bell then rings, signifying the start of the concert.

In the darkened concert stage, Mimi is eagerly waiting with the other attendees; finally she can hear Roa sing live. But she's most displeased to see Yuga and his friends heading into the VIP section, though she quickly shakes it off and squeezes through the crowd to join Yuga and the others, asking if they came to see the excitement as well. Yuga confirms they did, and Mimi reintroduces herself, explaining that she's a big fan of RoaRomin. Kaizo flies over, protesting that Mimi is in its spot, but Mimi just points out that the concert is starting.

Roa makes his entrance.

A spotlight snaps on Roa, with the bassist and drummer behind them, and as the girls all cheer, Gavin peers behind Roa and notes that Romin isn't on stage, promting Luke to wonder if the ghost got to her. Roa apologizes for keeping his princesses waiting, sparking cheers from all the girls in the crowd (Mimi included, prompting Yuga to cover his ears) and he reassures them that he has a treat for them today, asking them if they're ready for the embrace of his voice shooting off a heart from a finger gun and driving the girls wild. But before that, he declares "Special guest, come on!" in English, and a spotlight snaps on Yuga, much to his surprise. Roa asks Yuga if he'll Rush Duel him at this concert. Yuga is quite hesitant, and Roa explains that this will allow the world to know he is a King. And the stakes will be Rush Dueling itself; if he wins, the rights to Rush Dueling will become his, and they will become "Roa Rush Duels", while he will become the King of Duels. His audience all seem appreciative of this prospect, though Mimi is hesitant. Gavin tries to tell Roa to wait a minute, though Yuga reassures him that it's fine, as he's not interesting in owning Rush Dueling and this could be good for its publicity. Roa comments that he thought Yuga would accept, and suggests they start the Duel that stakes the title of King.

Toombs scares Luke before the Duel.

He brings Yuga, Luke and Gavin on stage under a spotlight with his "Roa Rush Duel" logo on the screen behind them, asking his audience to give these brave Duelists a round of applause. Gavin asks why they are there as well, and Roa claims that a single match would be boring, so the Duel will be a three vs. three team battle. The girls all cheer, except for Mimi, who notes that RoaRomin's popularity will skyrocket if he wins, and getting concert tickets will get more difficult as a result. Yuga notes that in a three vs. three battle whoever wins twice will win, and Luke eagerly volunteers to go first. Roa then snaps a spotlight on Luke's opponent - the long-haired boy he met in the corridor, who cries that his name is Toombs (though Luke thinks he's telling him to look behind him again). Luke declares that Toombs is the mysterious person from earlier, and Roa explains that he's the bassist of RoaRomin. Mimi looks him up in the band's guide, and Kaizo realizes that this is Toombs's name. Toombs walks forwards with a creepy giggle, claiming that the ghost of the guitarist still curses this place. Luke asks who he is, but Toombs just shouts his name again and Luke once again misinterprets it, looking behind him in fear. Luke readies his Duel Disk, growling that Toombs is just scaring him. Toombs readies his own, suggesting that now is the time to feel fear. They insert their Deck cases into their Duel Disks and deploy the blades, and the green holographic dome encloses them as they call "Rush Duel!"

Toombs Summons three Zombie monsters to terrify Luke and his friends.

Luke flinches as several candles light around him, and Toombs laughs madly as he declares his turn and draws. He looks at the card he drew and chuckles, commenting that it's here. Luke asks what Toombs is talking about as Toombs looks at his hand (containing "Frightening Fan Mail", "Ghoulish Gal", "The Doll of Dread", "The Thing in the Purple Mirror", and "Gradually Approaching Footsteps") and Toombs explains that in the boy's bathroom of Big Seven Arena you often feel a presence over your shoulder. Gavin nervously asks why Toombs is suddenly talking about this, and Toombs warns them to never look over their shoulder when they're doing their business, otherwise it will last forever. Yuga, Gavin and Kaizo all freak out as Toombs Summons "Ghoulish Gal", which giggles creepily as it settles beside Toombs. Toombs claims that the real terror is only just beginning; if you sleep in the Big Seven Arena's dressing room, you will feel a bit of sleep paralysis, and if you open your eyes in the darkness, you'll see "The Doll of Dread" before you. He Summons the monster, causing Gavin and Kaizo to scream in terror. Toombs then asks them if they know about the purple mirror, and to be careful if they do, since they will die if they remember it in ten years. Kaizo squeals in fear as Toombs Summons his third monster, "The Thing in the Purple Mirror". Gavin hugs Kaizo in fear as he asks if Toombs can't just Summon his monsters normally, but Yuga has noticed that all three Zombie monsters have zero ATK and he wonders why Toombs Summoned them. Toombs then yells his name again, scaring Luke into looking over his shoulder before asking him what's wrong and activating the Spell Card "Frightening Fan Mail", changing all Zombie monsters he controls to Defense Position, then sending the same number of cards in Luke's hand to the Graveyard. Purple fire engulfs his hand and stretches over the field to engulf and incinerate three of Luke's cards - "Sportsdragon Pitcher", "Righteous Dragon", and "Pierce!", leaving only "Dragias" in his hand. Toombs adds that Luke's body will suffer in hellfire - he will take 300 damage for each card sent to the Graveyard. The purple fire engulfs Luke as well, reducing him to 3100 LP and he sinks to one knee. Toombs Sets a card, ending his turn.

Luke's hand is revealed by Toombs's Trap.

One of the candles beside Luke is extinguished, and he curses as he gets to his feet, declares his turn, and draws four cards. But he's drawn no monsters, only "Dragon's Fortitude", "Dragonic Play", "Dragon's Inferno", and "Dragon's Return". Toombs comments that it's here, much to Luke's surprise, and he clarifies that he's activated his Trap Card. Ghostly blue footprints begin to appear as a blue shadow looms behind the nervous Luke, and Toombs holds up his "Gradually Approaching Footsteps" Trap Card, explaining that he can activate it when his opponent draws a card while they don't control any Spell or Trap Cards. The blue shade reaches past Luke, throwing his hand up in the air engulfed in darkness as Toombs explains that he can check his opponent's hand and select three Spell and Trap Cards, then force Luke to Set them and inflict 300 damage to him for each. The blue shade smothers Luke, reducing him to 2200 LP, much to Gavin's shock. Luke begins to snarl "You..." rudely at Toombs, but he cries his name again and Luke flinches and turns around. Toombs tells Luke that he can't do anything else, so allow him to declare the end of his turn. Another candle is extinguished, and as Luke grits his teeth, Romin peers around a nearby door frame, apologizing to him. She remembers Roa suggesting a Ghost Story Duel to her, as Luke was quick to believe anything, so giving him suggestions would make him more fearful of Toombs's ghost stories. Roa thinks in satisfaction that he already knew that Luke was straightforward and trusting, having already used Romin to suggest the Legend of the King of Duels to him while he was sleeping.

Toombs unleashes the "Phantom Fear" effect of "Dark Lurker".

Toombs declares his turn and he draws five cards, commenting that it's finally here - his hand contains "Wicked Shadow Dark Lurker", "It's Right Behind You!", "Nightmare Knock", "Terror Phone Number", and another "The Doll of Dread". Kaizo (still being hugged by Gavin) nervously asks who arrived, but Toombs screams his name again to scare Luke into looking back. He activates the Spell Card "Nightmare Knock" since Luke controls three Spell or Trap Cards, destroying two of them. "Dragon's Fortitude" and "Dragon's Inferno" are both destroyed in a flash of shadow, much to Luke's shock, but Toombs tells him not to worry, since he can't attack this turn now and he's safe from that. But then he Tributes two of his Zombie monsters ("The Doll of Dread" and "Purple Mirror") to Tribute Summon "Wicked Shadow Dark Lurker". It only has 100 ATK, but Toombs tells Luke to feel its horror. The top card of his Deck - another "Ghoulish Gal" is sent to his Graveyard, and then Luke's remaining Spell - his "Dragonic Play" - is destroyed, and Toombs declares "Phantom Fear" and "Dark Lurker" slashes across Luke's chest with its scythe, reducing him to 1200 LP. Toombs explains that by sending the top card of his Deck to the Graveyard, he can destroy a Spell or Trap Luke controls and inflict 1000 damage to him, before returning "Dark Lurker" to his hand. Gavin gasps that Toombs hasn't even battled, but has reduced Luke's LP so low... Yuga asks who exactly is this guy, and Toombs yells his name again, and once again, Luke looks over his shoulder. Toombs Sets two more cards and ends his turn, extinguishing another candle.

Toombs Special Summons "Wicked Shadow Dark Lurker", switching its ATK and DEF.

Luke curses and he declares his turn and draws. As he examines his hand, consisting of "Sportsdragon Slugger", "Shock Dragon", "Phoenix Dragon", "Dragon's Return", and "Dragias", a phone begins ringing and he looks up in surprise as Toombs activates another Trap Card, "Terror Phone Number", which he can activate when Luke draws and inflict 300 damage to him for each card. Luke is engulfed in blue shadows and sinks to his knees as he falls to 300 LP, and Toombs adds that if Luke wants to attack this turn he has to attack the monster with the lowest Level. Then he activates his favorite card as it shares the same name as him - "It's Right Behind You!" Luke gasps in shock, and peeks behind him as Toombs explains that he can Special Summon a Zombie monster from his hand and switch its ATK and DEF until the end of the turn. He chants "The shadow will always follow you around! Right behind you, without even making a sound! It'll follow you, no matter where you run! When you turn around, it'll be right there! Wicked Shadow Dark Lurker!" "Dark Lurker" reappears on the field, switching its 100 ATK with its 2600 DEF and towering over Luke.

Luke finally figures out that Toombs was scaring him by saying his own name.

But Luke is excited, having finally realized what is going on. Toombs had been scaring him by telling him to look behind him, but he was really just saying his own name, wasn't he? Toombs, Yuga, Gavin and Kaizo all sweatdrop, and Toombs in particular can't believe that's what had Luke so scared. He admits that he is the shadowy bassist whose name no-one remembers; Toombs. Luke comments that now that he knows he doesn't need to look over his shoulder (despite doing so just in case), he can counterattack.

"Shock Dragon" attacks.

He Summons "Sportsdragon Slugger" and activates its effect, Special Summoning "Sportsdragon Pitcher" from his Graveyard. Yuga notes that due to the effect of "Sportsdragon Slugger" Luke can only attack with Level 6 or higher monsters this turn, and he wonders how Luke will do it. Luke grins, and he Summons "Phoenix Dragon", sending the "Dragon's Return" in his hand to the Graveyard to activate the effect of "Phoenix Dragon", adding a Level 5 or higher Dragon monster from his Graveyard to his hand. Returning "Righteous Dragon" to his hand, he then Tributes his "Sportsdragon Slugger" and "Sportsdragon Pitcher" to Tribute Summon, chanting, "Right now, in my galaxy, seven supernovas unleash a gamma-ray burst! Even if you tell me to stop, it's too late! Even if you tell me to stop, it's too late! There's a reason I said it twice. Now, come out! Multistrike Dragon Dragias!" Gavin is pleased to see "Dragias", but Yuga notes that it doesn't have enough ATK to defeat "Dark Lurker". Luke then Tributes "Phoenix Dragon" to Tribute Summon "Righteous Dragon", and he activates its effect by returning two Dragon monsters ("Phoenix Dragon" and "Sportsdragon Slugger") from his Graveyard to his Deck, allowing him to treat "Righteous Dragon" as two Tributes for the Tribute Summon of a Dragon monster. Tributing "Righteous Dragon", Luke chants "Listen and be surprised! Feel and tremble! It's already too late when you do see it! Earth and heaven shattering shock and surprise! Now, come out! Shock Dragon!" "Shock Dragon" appears with 1600 ATK, and Toombs cries out that it's certainly a surprise (a play on the Japanese name of "Shock"). Luke sends the top card of his Deck to the Graveyard ("Dragon Bat") to activate the effect of "Shock Dragon", reducing the ATK of "Dark Lurker" by that of "Dragias" and he declares "Hyper Surprise Down" as Toombs gasps in shock and turns to see "Dark Lurker" fall to 100 ATK. Next he activates the effect of "Dragias", sending the top card of his Deck to the Graveyard ("Dragorite") and declaring "Gias Charge". He declares his Battle Phase, and "Dragias" attacks with "Striking Light Bullet of Explosive Supremacy", blasting the green energy orbs at "Ghoulish Gal" and destroying it. Luke explains that since "Dragias" destroyed a monster, it's allowed to attack again, but first he attacks with "Shock Dragon", which deploys its fin and wings, slamming its fists together as Luke orders "Transcendent Hyper-Astonishing Attack" and punching out a fist-shaped wave of energy that engulfs "Dark Lurker" and shatters it. Toombs yelps in surprise (once again commenting on the surprising nature of the attack) as his LP falls to 2500, and Luke orders "Dragias" to finish Toombs off with a direct attack, ordering "Dragon King Strike of Annihilative Supremacy". "Dragias" releases the orange flaming orbs, concentrating them into the orange and green fireball and blasting Toombs backwards, scattering candles everywhere as Toombs's LP falls. The last candle rolls across the ground in front of him and he begs it not to disappear as its flame grows weaker, screaming that he is Toombs. Luke declares that Toombs's destiny has ended, and Toombs's LP falls to zero as the candle burns out and he wails miserably.

Toombs is overjoyed that Luke has remembered his name.

Luke tells Toombs that was a good match. Toombs seems surprised, and Luke tells him that his name is Toombs, and Luke will remember that. Toombs lifts his head and smiles, revealing his silver eyes for the first time, and Roa casually admits that Luke really surpassed his expectations. Kaizo sighs in relief, and Gavin comments that it was a scary Duel. Yuga comments that it's one win for them, but then the lights dim, and the spotlight snaps on Roa, who declares that their next victory won't be so easy, much to the joy of the audience. Romin looks downcast, while Yuga, Luke, Gavin and Kaizo watch as Roa waves to his fans, then turns to them and smiles.

Featured Duel: Lucidien "Luke" Kallister vs Toombs[edit]

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The Duel is conducted as a Rush Duel.

Turn 1: Toombs

Toombs's hand contains "Frightening Fan Mail", "Ghoulish Gal", "The Doll of Dread", "The Thing in the Purple Mirror", and "Gradually Approaching Footsteps". Toombs Normal Summons "Ghoulish Gal" (0/800), "The Doll of Dread" (0/200), and "Purple Mirror" (0/300). He then activates the Spell "Frightening Fan Mail", changing all Attack Position Zombie monsters he controls with 0 ATK to face-up Defense Position to force Luke to send cards from his hand to the GY equal to the number of monsters whose battle position was changed and take 300 damage for each card sent. He changes "Ghoulish Gal", "The Doll of Dread", and "Purple Mirror" to Defense Position, and Luke sends "Sportsdragon Pitcher", "Righteous Dragon", and "Pierce!" to the GY (Luke: 4000 → 3100 LP). Luke's hand contains "Multistrike Dragon Dragias". Toombs Sets a card.

Turn 2: Luke

Luke draws "Dragon's Fortitude", "Dragonic Play", "Dragon's Inferno", and "Dragon's Return". As Luke controls no Spell/Trap Cards, Toombs activates his Set Trap "Gradually Approaching Footsteps", looking at Luke's hand and Setting any number of Spells/Traps from Luke's hand to his field and inflicting 300 damage to Luke for each card Set this way. Toombs Sets "Dragon's Fortitude", "Dragonic Play", and "Dragon's Inferno" (Luke: 3100 → 2200 LP).

Turn 3: Toombs

Toombs draws "Wicked Shadow Dark Lurker", "It's Right Behind You!", "Nightmare Knock", "Terror Phone Number", and "The Doll of Dread". As Luke controls three Spells/Traps, Toombs activates the Spell "Nightmare Knock", destroying two Spells/Traps Luke controls, but Toombs cannot declare an attack this turn. He destroys Luke's Set "Dragon's Fortitude" and "Dragon's Inferno". Toombs Tributes "The Doll of Dread" and "Purple Mirror" to Tribute Summon "Wicked Shadow Dark Lurker" (100/2600). Toombs activates the effect of "Dark Lurker", sending the top card of his Deck to the GY to destroy a Spell/Trap Luke controls, inflict 1000 damage to Luke, and then return "Dark Lurker" to his hand. He sends "Ghoulish Gal" to the GY, destroys Luke's Set "Dragonic Play" (Luke: 2200 → 1200 LP) and returns "Dark Lurker" to his hand. Toombs Sets two cards.

Turn 4: Luke

Luke draws "Sportsdragon Slugger", "Shock Dragon", and "Phoenix Dragon". As Luke drew a card, Toombs activates his Set Trap "Terror Phone Number", inflicting 300 damage to Luke for each card he drew (Luke: 1200 → 300 LP), also if Luke attacks a monster Toombs controls this turn, he must attack the monster Toombs controls with the lowest Level. As Luke took effect damage, Toombs activates his Set "It's Right Behind You!", Special Summoning a Zombie monster from his hand and switch its original ATK and DEF until the end of the turn. He Special Summons "Dark Lurker" (100/2600 → 2600/100). Luke Normal Summons "Sportsdragon Slugger" (1000/0). As Luke controls no other monsters, he activates the effect of "Sportsdragon Slugger", Special Summoning "Sportsdragon Pitcher" from his GY in face-up Defense Position, but he cannot attack with Level 6 or lower monsters this turn. He Special Summons "Sportsdragon Pitcher" (0/1000). Luke Normal Summons "Phoenix Dragon" (500/0). Luke activates the effect of "Phoenix Dragon", sending a card from his hand to the GY to add a Level 5 or higher Dragon monster from his GY to his hand. He sends "Dragon's Return" to the GY and adds "Righteous Dragon" to his hand. Luke Tributes "Sportsdragon Slugger" and "Sportsdragon Pitcher" to Tribute Summon "Multistrike Dragon Dragias" (2500/1500). Luke Tributes "Phoenix Dragon" to Tribute Summon "Righteous Dragon" (1200/1200). Luke activates the effect of "Righteous Dragon", returning two Dragon monsters from his GY to his Deck to treat "Righteous Dragon" as two Tributes for the Tribute Summon of a Dragon monster this turn. He shuffles "Phoenix Dragon" and "Sportsdragon Slugger" from his GY into his Deck. Luke Tributes "Righteous Dragon" to Tribute Summon "Shock Dragon" (1600/2500). Luke activates the effect of "Shock Dragon", sending the top card of his Deck to the GY to decrease the ATK of the monster Toombs controls with the highest ATK by the ATK of the monster Luke controls with the highest ATK, but "Shock Dragon" can only attack Attack Position monsters this turn. He sends "Dragon Bat" to the GY and decreases the ATK of "Dark Lurker" by the ATK of "Dragias" ("Dark Lurker": 2600/100 → 100/100). Luke activates the effect of "Dragias", sending the top card of his Deck to the GY to allow "Dragias" to declare a second attack this turn if it destroys a monster Toombs controls by battle. He sends "Dragorite" to the GY. "Dragias" attacks and destroys "Ghoulish Gal". "Shock Dragon" attacks and destroys "Dark Lurker" (Toombs: 4000 → 2500 LP). "Dragias" attacks Toombs directly (Toombs: 2500 → 0 LP).

Featured cards[edit]

The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.