Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS - Episode 072

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"The Fantastic Underground Luke Factory"
The Luke Division, Newspaper Club and Hunt all gather around the Duel Card Manufacturer.
The Luke Division, Newspaper Club and Hunt all gather around the Duel Card Manufacturer.
Names
Japanese name
Japanese夢の地下ルーク工場
RōmajiYume no Chika Rūku Kōjō
TranslatedThe Fantastic Underground Luke Factory
Series
SeriesYu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS
Number72
Season2
Music
Japanese OP"Harevutai"
Japanese ED"Never Looking Back"
Staff
ScreenplayYamaguchi Hiroshi
DirectorSasaki Shinya
StoryboardSasaki Shinya
Air dates
JapaneseOctober 31, 2021
Chronology
Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS episodes (season 2)
Previous"Danger: Do Not Mix"
Next"An Adult's Corporate Entertainment Rush Duel"
Cards
Featured card"Lightning Speed, the Rumbling Report Warship"

"The Fantastic Underground Luke Factory" is the seventy-second episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS anime. It first aired in Japan on October 31, 2021.

Hunt ran into Luke and the others in front of the Goha Corp office. He thought that Goha gave off "the smell of money", so he went together with Bakuro and Goha 7th's Newspaper Club, who were at Goha to do interviews, to Goha’s underground area. They discovered an abandoned factory in the deepest level, as well as a certain machine that seemed like it came straight out of a dream...

Summary[edit]

Outside the Goha Corporation Main Office Luke introduces himself twice as a super-elite salaryman who people turn to look at on his morning commute in awe of his coolness (and then he promptly walks into a glass door, prompting giggles from the watching adults). As Security Goha Corporation Drones surround him, Luke claims that anyone at his level gets a free pass (and he's then promptly unable to pass through the entry gates and is again approached by the Security Drones). In his office, Luke tells Swirly, Yoshio (in his Good Max cosplay suit under his uniform), Masahiko, Toshihiko and Bochi that this is his castle and all the world's businesses revolve around this room. He looks back at his "competent, magnificent subordinates" and wonders what kind of storm he'll stir up in the business world today, as the thought is making his heart race. A wooden sign appears reading "Elite Salaryman: Tatsuhisa Kamijo", but then collapses, leaving an awkward silence in its wake.

Nico takes a picture of Luke and his subordinates behind his desk and Masaru tells them they all looked super cool, prompting a laugh of "of course, of course!" from Luke. Bakuro explains that the Newspaper Club want to have in-depth interviews with everyone who became a Goha Corporation employee and Masaru begins with his first question: What do they do in the Department of Luke Operations? Luke laughs that his plans for the day are to eat gyoza, as the gyoza the Tahayasty Restaurant serve are delicious and full of meat. Swirly nervously reminds Luke that Masaru's asking what work they do and Luke comments that they should have said so, clarifying that their plans are to check out what the others are doing and decide from there. First they visit the General Headquarters Department of Internal Discipline, Serious Division, where Gakuto is busy stamping documents with Ranze and Rinnosuke's help, as Yoshio and Masahiko observe, and Luke decides that they'll have to make some potato stamps later and tells them to jot it down so they don't forget. Next Masahiko takes them to the employee cafeteria, where Romin is busy arguing with the Chef Drones, as they beg her not to make curry, and Luke and his subordinates sweatdrop and quickly head for the Energy Development Division's Gohanium Section. Yoshio proudly tells them to witness his mama at works; Mimi is busy pedalling an exercise bike for Dr. Delta, Dr. Gamma and Dr. Zeta, and she spots Yoshio and tells him to do his best, Yoshio boisterously telling his mother to do so herself and forcing Luke to drag him away. Then they visit the Duel Development Department, but Bochi gets away from Masahiko and Toshihiko and they run after him, catching Yuga's attention as he turns away from the machine he's installed Kaizo into. Yuga explains that he's doing a presentation on a new type of vending machine and he asks if Luke wants to watch, but Luke tells him they're just passing through and don't need any presents. Unfortunately, Bochi urinates on Kaizo, much to Masahiko and Toshihiko's horror, and the three of them are promptly evicted from the building by Security Drones, Yoshio commenting that they weren't able to survive the battle.

Bakuro asks what their plan for the day is, but then Hunt shows up, commenting that it's been a while, though he has to remind Luke what his name is after Luke calls him the "Sneezecavation kid". He congratulates Luke on his hiring as a division manager and Luke laughs, asking how Hunt's been. Hunt admits it's been rough, as he already excavated all the Maximum Monsters and couldn't find a "Fusion". Swirly is surprised Hunt couldn't get a "Fusion" and Hunt points out that his nose is great for finding things underground, but useless for things that fell from the sky, which was why he got into a big argument with Kan and Kaseki that's left the Dueling and Dinosaur Research Club on the verge of disbanding. Luke casually admits that sucks and tells Hunt he'll see him later, and Hunt quickly grabs Luke's jacket, asking him not to be a stranger. Luke claims he's busy with his department's plan of gyoza, forcing Swirly to remind him that it's their plan of operations and giving Hunt an idea; he claims he can find them a plan of operations.

Hunt leads them down an underground staircase, and as they use the lights on their Duel Disks to see, Bakuro notes they've come a long way down. Hunt claims that a plan of operations means business and business means money, and the smell of money is all around here. Luke isn't impressed when they reach a dead end, but Hunt sneezes as he swings his pickaxe, breaking down a wall. Everyone gasps at what they find beyond (and Nico takes a picture) as Masaru switches the old lights on. Luke asks in shock what this place is and Bakuro notes that it seems to be an abandoned factory. Hunt approaches a conveyer belt with spare Security Drone parts lying on it and muses that this isn't it, there's something else here that smells more like a money-maker. He zips around a corner and sneezes three times, and everyone else quickly races over and gasp in shock as the cloud of dust clears (and Nico takes a picture) to reveal a large machine. Masaru turns and addresses the audience, asking who made this mysterious machine found under the Goha Corporation and what it's for, declaring that the shocking answer is coming up next.

Commercial break over, they head up the stairs to the machine, which Swirly deduces to be a Duel Card Manufacturer. Luke asks how Swirly knew, and Swirly points out that it's written right on the side. Bakuro's curiosity is piqued and he examines the machine and the controls, noting their similarities to a newspress. He enters some data into the keypad and the machine starts up, ejecting a Duel Monsters card with Luke's face as the artwork, and Bakuro proudly introduces it as "The★Luke Division Manager", a Level 99 DRAGON Business monster with 64000 ATK and 80000 DEF and the effect to instantly destroy all monsters the opponent controls when it is placed on the field, then inflict 100 trillion damage when it attacks directly. Swirly swirls in excitement as Luke reads the card and Masaru gasps that he can't believe this situation is unfolding before their eyes, while Bakuro explains that he made it as a test and asks what Luke thinks. Naturally Luke thinks it's brilliant, and Bakuro notes that given the age of the machine the cards differ from today's Duel Monsters cards, wondering if they were intented as display samples. To everyone's shock Hunt declares they've hit the jackpot and asks Bakuro if he thinks the machine could be tweaked to make modern cards. Bakuro hesitantly admits that he thinks he can, and Luke realizes what Hunt intends to do. Hunt excitedly confirms that he'll be able to make as many Maximum Monsters and "Fusions" as he wants, or maybe even better cards, much to Luke's shock. Hunt shoves Bakuro aside to type out an example: Genius Archaeologist Boy Hunt, a Level 81 GOLD Swindler monster with 89000 ATK and 51000 DEF, and the effect to dig up all the cards in your opponent's Deck and confiscate them for yourself. Swirly and Nico are eager to try as well, and Hunt steps aside and tells them to knock themselves out, so Nico proceeds to make Glasses Girl Nico, a Level 15 CAMERA Newspaper Normal Monster with 25000 ATK and DEF, thanking them for the shot (the flavor text on the card). Swirly then makes Adorable Newbie Swirly, a Level 12 LOVE Swirly Normal Monster with 96000 ATK and DEF, and he reads its flavor text; "My card, swirl!" Masaru and Yoshio have a go as well; Masaru makes Assault & Infringement Reporter Masaru, a Level 15 CONVEX Newspaper Normal Monster with 74000 ATK and 10 DEF, posing the question "How does it feel being a card?" in the flavor text, and Yoshio makes Post-Apocalyptic Combat King Yoshio, a Level 18 FIGHT Son Normal Monster with 44000 ATK and DEF, and the flavor text "I've become a card! I'll have to show this to Mom later!" As everyone enjoys their new Create-a-Cards, Hunt asks Luke what he thinks, as the Department of Luke Operations will florish if he adopts a venture like this and Luke might be able to climb to the top of Goha; he could even become President Goha. Naturally, Luke enjoys the notion, imagining himself as President and his friends, the Goha Siblings, and his sister bowing to him.

But Bakuro insists that Luke must not, this is something he absolutely must not do. Everyone looks at him in shock and Luke hastily agrees, claiming he was about to say that, but Hunt sneers and asks if Bakuro is serious, as whoever acts first will win the war. Yoshio growls that Hunt has abandoned his persona and become a tainted irredeemable evil, and Hunt asks what's wrong with that. Yoshio charges, snapping that Hunt shall be punished, but Hunt declares an Excavation Spiral and twirls his pickaxe, popping Yoshio's cosplay suit and tearing his uniform to pieces, leaving him crumpled half naked on the ground as Swirly, Nico, Masaru and Bakuro watch in shock (and then Nico takes a picture, earning her incredulous glances from the others). Hunt suggests to Luke that they carry this machine out, but Bakura begs them to wait, declaring that Goha 7th Elementary's Newspaper Club are a media of justice and he cannot turn a blind eye to acts like this. Luke tries to break Bakuro and Hunt up but Hunt laughs and calls Bakuro a riot, since the world isn't kind enough for stuff like justice, honesty and purity. Bakuro admits Hunt might be right, but even so he will uphold justice as part of the mass media (despite Luke's weak protests), so Hunt suggests they decide who's right with a Duel, if Bakuro can win that is, and he straps on his Duel Disk. Bakuro accepts Hunt's challenges and straps on his own Duel Disk, and as Luke tries talking to them they ignore him, insert their Decks into their Duel Disks, and call "Rush Duel!" deploying the blades of their Duel Disks and the holographic green sphere.

Bakuro declares that news is all about speed and he declares his turn and draws. His hand containing "News Flash Machine Toughroid", "Delivery Machine Whirr", "Reporter Soul", "Reportrain" and "Duplicate Newspaper", Bakuro Sets a card, then Summons "Reportrain" and "Delivery Machine Whirr". He Tributes them both to Tribute Summon, chanting "There it is! I got the exclusive scoop! Spin, spin, spin, my printing press! Bring on out the newspaper extra, News Flash Machine Toughroid!" Hunt snickers as "Toughroid" appears with 2300 ATK and Bakuro sends another "Toughroid" from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard to activate the effect of the first one, explaining that Hunt will be forced to reveal the top five cards of his Deck, then for every monster revealed "Toughroid" will gain 100 ATK. He explains that he calls this effect "Scandal Break". Hunt scoffs and holds up "Platinumdon", "Zenigebazauls", "Mech Threizinoraptor", "Terrorsaur Sternptera", and "Celebrontosaurus", telling Bakuro to look as much as he wants. Bakuro grins and notes that they're all monsters, thanking Hunt as "Toughroid" rises to 2800 ATK, then adding that Hunt now returns the cards to the bottom of his Deck in any order. Hunt buries them in the order he revealed them in, and Bakuro activates a Spell Card, "Duplicate Newspaper", Special Summoning a Machine monster from his Graveyard with the same name as the "Toughroid" he controls. Reviving his other "Toughroid", Bakuro ends his turn, returning the ATK of the first "Toughroid" to normal. Swirly asks if Luke is okay with this, since they'll end up tainting their hands with a corrupt business if Hunt wins, but Luke has been staring at "The★Luke Division Manager" and hasn't been paying attention, though he tries to laugh it off, much to Swirly's disappointment.

Hunt declares his turn and draws another "Zenigebazauls", his hand also containing "Financial Fighting Spirit", "Dinosaur Crush", "Upstart King Rex", and "Miraculous Coevolution". First he sends "Upstart Goblin" from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard to activate the Spell Card "Financial Fighting Spirit", changing the battle position of the first "Toughroid", which looses its footing and slumps to the ground, and then Hunt can draw another card. Next Hunt Summons "Upstart King Rex" and activates its effect, allowing them both to draw a card. Bakuro smiles and thanks Hunt as they both draw, Hunt smirking at his draw. Hunt adds that the effect of "Upstart King Rex" also allows him to Set "Upstart Goblin" from his Graveyard, and he promptly activates the Spell to draw a card, chuckling at his draw, then adding that Bakuro gains 1000 LP. Bakuro grimly notes that Hunt is being pretty generous as "Upstart Goblin" glows gold and increases his LP to 5000, though he notes that bribery won't work on a reporter of justice. Hunt asks if Bakuro forgot what he said earlier, much to his confusion, and Hunt reminds him that there's no place in this world for justice to thrive as he holds up three cards.

"Upstart King Rex" goes to the Graveyard as Hunt places three cards on his Duel Disk; "Great Imperial Dinocarriage Dynarmix", "Great Imperial Dinocarriage Dynarmix [L]", and "Great Imperial Dinocarriage Dynarmix [R]". As the cards rush out on their road, Hunt chants "With an exceptional sense of excavation! And the envy of all, Jurassic! I'll trample on even my seniors to climb up in the world! Hunt! Hunter! Huntist! Maximum Summon! Great Imperial Dinocarriage Dynarmix!" The three massive dinosaurs appear with 3400 MAXIMUM ATK as Bakuro recognizes the monster and Swirly cries that it's a Maximum. Luke admits he thought Hunt had sold it already because he wanted money and Hunt arrogantly claims that his Maximum is much more valuable than Kan or Kaseki, who have served their purpose, so of course he didn't sell it. He rudely tells Bakuro to just try and show him the power of justice, and as Bakuro scowls, Hunt discards a card to activate the Spell "Dinosaur Crush", destroying Bakuro's Set "Reporter Soul". Hunt adds that there's more and he discards "Zenigabazauls" to activate the "God-Hunting Blaster" effect of "Dynarmix" and destroy Bakuro's two "Toughroids". "Dynarmix [L]" breathes a pillar of energy from its jaws, engulfing and shattering both "Toughroids" as Bakuro laments the loss of his last means of defense. Hunt gleefully tells "Dynarmix" to destroy justice in the name of business and orders its "Giant Dynarmix Impact" attack, the three dinosaurs roaring and blasting a column of energy into the sky to bring an asteroid down on Bakuro, who screams as it approaches and flattens him, reducing him to 1600 LP as he gasps on his hands and knees. Hunt giggles that it's unfortunate that he couldn't end the Duel now and ends his turn as everyone watches in shock. Bakuro struggles to get to his feet and Hunt asks if he's getting scared in the face of defeat, but Bakuro declares that his name is Bakuro Shinjitsu. Hunt asks what of it, and Bakuro gets up, declaring that he'll use his newspaper abilities to reveal the truth, the truth of this Duel (his Japanese name means "reveal the truth").

As Hunt flinches backwards, Bakuro declares his turn and draws four cards. His hand now containing "Reporter Raccoon Miketan, "Delivery Machine Whirr", "Reportrain", "Fusion", and "Tile Burn", Bakuro Summons "Reportrain" and "Delivery Machine Whirr" again and Hunt scoffs that he thought Bakuro would do something amazing given all his talk about truth but he's just Summoned two scrub monsters. Bakuro Tributes "Reportrain" to Tribute Summon "Reporter Raccoon Miketan", who strikes a pose, and Hunt notes that raccoon statues are said to be symbols of good luck, laughing that he can just smell the news, but Bakuro tells him that this raccoon is an envoy of the news here to expose Hunt's corruption, much to Hunt's confusion. Bakuro sends "Miketan" to the Graveyard to activate her effect, and she bows and waves goodbye as Bakuro Special Summons a "Toughroid" from his Graveyard in face-up Defense Position, then he adds a "Delivery Machine Whirr" from his Graveyard to his hand. Hunt laughs that gathering up all those small fry won't help Bakuro reveal the truth behind "Dynarmix", boasting that "Dynarmix" is a symbol of power that can supress and cover up any news coverage. But Bakuro comments that if sheer numbers won't work, how about if they unite as one? Hunt gasps and Bakuro activates "Fusion", chanting "Reveal, reveal, reveal it all! Tear down that iron curtain with a massive warship! Broadcast! Report! Gossip! Fusion Summon! Lightning Speed, the Rumbling Report Warship!" He fuses "Toughroid" and "Whirr" into a massive warship shaped like a pistol with 2900 ATK, and Hunt freaks out as Yoshio asks what it is and Nico takes a photo. Luke comments that it's a new Fusion Monster and Swirly asks if Luke knew about it. Luke confirms that he did, just now.

Bakuro sends the other "Delivery Machine Whirr" in his hand to the Graveyard to activate the Spell "Tile Burn", forcing Hunt to reveal the bottom five cards of his Deck and inflicting 400 damage to him for every monster revealed, Hunt scowls as he holds up the "Platinumdon", "Zenigebazauls", "Mech Therizinoraptor", "Terrorsaur Sternptera", and "Celebrontosaurus" he'd placed on the bottom of his Deck previously and Bakuro declares that those five monsters represent Hunt's secrets, he'll take 2000 damage with them revealed. Hunt freaks out and gasps that he's been exposed as he falls to 2000 LP and Bakuro politely asks him to return those monsters to the top of his Deck. Hunt scowls and he does so, and Bakuro sends "That's All from the Scene!" from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard to activate the "Blitzkrieg" effect of "Rumbling Report Warship", declaring that he'll be revealing all of Hunt's secrets and telling him to reveal the top seven cards of his Deck. Hunt blanches and howls in dismay as he reveals "Platinumdon", "Zenigebazauls", "Mech Therizinoraptor", "Terrorsaur Sternptera", "Celebrontosaurus", "Jurassic World", and "Dinosaur Crush", and Bakuro explains that one monster Hunt controls will lose 500 ATK for each monster revealed until the end of the turn. Hunt begs Bakuro to stop as he's revealing too much and protests that this is an invasion of his privacy as "Dynarmix" looses 2500 ATK, falling to 900. Nico takes photo after photo, gasping that this is a wonderful barrage of reports, and Masaru notes that they say the pen is mightier than the sword, but this is a cannon of reveals. Bakuro notes that Hunt might have a Maximum, but he doesn't have a "Fusion", the truth that Hunt revealed at the beginning of the Duel that has led to his downfall. Hunt gasps and Bakuro orders "Lightning Speed, the Rumbling Report Warship" to attack, chanting "Targeting sights operational! Distance and bearing confirmed! All guns of the revelation cannon, lock on! Fire!" "Lightning Speed" opens fire, blasting "Dynarmix" away, and Hunt screams that he's a victim of fake news as he's blown off his feet, his LP reduced to zero.

The Solid Vision fades and Hunt sobs on his hands and knees that he just wanted to live in a mansion with a pool, drive around in a luxury car and live a life where he can play every day, he just wanted to chase that small little dream. Luke asks Hunt if his dream is something he can buy with money, and as Hunt looks up at him, Luke tells Hunt that if he works under him, he'll show him what a real dream is. Hunt is shocked by Luke's offer and Yoshio happily tells Hunt good for him, but then a piece of rubble falls in front of Swirly and everyone looks up to see cracks forming in the ceiling. The roof suddenly caves in and the kids duck as rubble crashes around them, the smoke clearing to reveal the destroyed Duel Card Manufacturer. Swirly admits that was a shock and Yoshio laments the loss of the Duel Card Manufacturer, but Luke notes it's probably for the best. Hunt is impressed by Luke's decision, but then a metal bowl falls from the ceiling and hits his hardhat, knocking him senseless. Nico promptly helps herself to a picture of the classic gag and Luke sweatdrops, but then notices a Duel Monsters card in a lanyard lying next to Hunt and picks it up, He asks what it is and Bakuro notes that it looks like a Duel ID card.

But then Luke gasps in shock as he looks at the name on the Duel ID card, and he passes it to everyone as they all say the name in surprise before taking it back: Yuga Goha.

Featured Duel: Bakuro Shinjitsu vs Hunt Goto[edit]

Turn 1: Bakuro
Bakuro's hand contains "News Flash Machine Toughroid", "Delivery Machine Whirr", "Reporter Soul", "Reportrain" and "Duplicate Newspaper". Bakuro Sets a card. Bakuro Normal Summons "Delivery Machine Whirr" (0/200) and "Reportrain (1300/200). Bakuro Tributes "Reportrain" and "Whirr" to Tribute Summon "News Flash Machine Toughroid" (2300/1600). Bakuro activates the effect of "Toughroid", sending the top card of his Deck to the GY to force Hunt to excavate the top five cards of his Deck, and for each excavated monster, "Toughroid" will gain 100 ATK until the end of the turn, then Hunt places the excavated cards on the bottom of his Deck in any order. Bakuro sends another "Toughroid" from the top of his Deck to the GY and Hunt excavates "Platinumdon", "Zenigebazauls", "Mech Threizinoraptor", "Terrorsaur Sternptera", and "Celebrontosaurus", then places them on the bottom of the Deck in the same order so "Celebrontosaurus" is on the bottom. ("Toughroid": 2300/1600 → 2800/1600). Bakuro activates the Spell "Duplicate Newspaper", Special Summoning a monster with the same name as a Machine monster he controls from his GY, but it cannot attack directly or activate its effects this turn. Bakuro Special Summons his other "Toughroid" (2300/1600) from his GY in Attack Position.

Turn 2: Hunt
Hunt's hand contains "Financial Fighting Spirit", "Dinosaur Crush", "Upstart King Rex", and "Miraculous Coevolution". Hunt draws "Zenigebazauls". Hunt activates the Spell "Financial Fighting Spirit", sending the top card of his Deck to the GY to choose a Level 7 or higher monster Bakuro controls and change its battle position, then Hunt can draw a card. Hunt sends "Upstart Goblin" from the top of his Deck to the GY and changes a "Toughroid" to face-up Defense Position, then draws a card. Hunt Normal Summons "Upstart King Rex" (700/1000). As Bakuro has no cards in his hand, Hunt activates the effect of "Upstart King Rex", allowing both players to draw a card, then Hunt can Set one "Upstart Goblin" from his GY to his Spell & Trap Zone. Hunt and Bakuro each draw a card, then Hunt Sets "Upstart Goblin" from his GY. Hunt activates his Set Spell "Upstart Goblin", drawing a card, then Bakuro gains 1000 LP (Bakuro: 4000 → 5000 LP).

Hunt sends "Upstart King Rex" to the GY and Maximum Summons "Great Imperial Dinocarriage Dynarmix", "Great Imperial Dinocarriage Dynarmix [L]", and "Great Imperial Dinocarriage Dynarmix [R]", entering Maximum Mode (3400 MAXIMUM ATK). As Hunt controls a Level 7 or higher Dinosaur monster, he activates the Spell "Dinosaur Crush", sending a card from his hand to the GY to choose a Set card Bakuro controls and destroy it. Hunt sends "Miraculous Coevolution" from his hand to the GY and destroys Bakuro's Set "Reporter Soul". As "Dynarmix" is in Maximum Mode and Bakuro controls no Level 9 or higher monsters, Hunt activates its effect, sending a monster from his hand to the GY to choose up to two monsters Bakuro controls and destroy them. Hunt sends "Zenigebazauls" to the GY and destroys both copies of "Toughroid". "Dynarmix" attacks Bakuro directly (Bakuro: 5000 → 1600 LP).

Turn 3: Bakuro
Bakuro's hand contains "Reporter Raccoon Miketan, "Delivery Machine Whirr", "Reportrain", "Fusion", and "Tile Burn". Bakuro Normal Summons "Reportrain" (1300/200) and "Delivery Machine Whirr" (0/200). Bakuro Tributes "Reportrain" to Tribute Summon "Reporter Racoon Miketan" (1600/1000). Bakuro activates the effect of "Miketan", sending it to the GY to Special Summon "News Flash Machine Toughroid" from his GY in face-up Defense Position, then he can add one "Delivery Machine Whirr" or "Reporter Soul" from his GY to his hand. Bakuro Special Summons "Toughroid" (2300/1600) from his GY in face-up Defense Position and adds "Whirr" from his GY to his hand. Bakuro activates the Spell "Fusion", Fusion Summoning a monster from his Extra Deck using face-up monsters he controls as materials. Bakuro fuses "News Flash Machine Toughroid" and "Delivery Machine Whirr" to Fusion Summon "Lightning Speed, the Rumbling Report Warship" (2900/2500) in Attack Position. As Bakuro controls a face-up EARTH Machine monster, he activates the Spell "Tile Burn", sending an EARTH Machine monster from his hand to the GY to force Hunt to reveal the bottom five cards of his Deck, and for each revealed monster Hunt takes 400 damage, then Hunt places the revealed cards on top of his Deck in any order. Hunt reveals "Platinumdon", "Zenigebazauls", "Mech Therizinoraptor", "Terrorsaur Sternptera", and "Celebrontosaurus" (Hunt: 4000 → 2000 LP). Bakuro activates the effect of "Lightning Speed", sending the top card of his Deck to the GY to force Hunt to excavate the top seven cards of his Deck, and for each excavated monster all face-up monsters Hunt controls lose 500 ATK, then Hunt places the excavated cards on top of his Deck in any order. Bakuro sends "That's All from the Scene!" from the top of his Deck to the GY and Hunt excavates "Platinumdon", "Zenigebazauls", "Mech Therizinoraptor", "Terrorsaur Sternptera", "Celebrontosaurus", "Jurassic World", and "Dinosaur Crush" ("Dynarmix": 3400 → 900 MAXIMUM ATK). "Lightning Speed" attacks and destroys "Dynarmix" (Hunt: 2000 → 0 LP).

Featured cards[edit]

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