Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS - Episode 060

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Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS - Episode 060
Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS - Episode 060
Kanji

敗北のブレイヴ・マックス

Rōmaji

Haiboku no Bureivu Makkusu

Japanese translation

Brave Max the Loser

Episode number

60

Japanese air date

July 18, 2018

Music
Japanese opening

go forward

Japanese ending

BOY

Staff
Screenplay

Mitsutaka Hirota

Director

Yasumi Mikamoto

Storyboard

Tsukasa Sunaga

Animation director

Chronology
Episode listing Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode listing (season 2)
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"Brave Max the Loser" is the sixtieth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS anime. It first aired in Japan on July 18, 2018.

Emma and Skye are trying to figure out who Playmaker is, and one of their leads is Shima, who claims to be Playmaker's friend. When Ghost Gal finds Brave Max, Shima's avatar, in LINK VRAINS, she challenges him to a Duel.

Featured Duel: Ghost Gal vs. Brave Max[edit]

Ghost Girl VS Brave Max.png

The Duel is conducted as a Master Duel.

Turn 1: Ghost Gal
Ghost Gal Normal Summons "Altergeist Silquitous" (800/1500) and Sets two cards.

Turn 2: Brave Max
Brave Max's hand contains two copies of "Green Baboon, Defender of the Forest", two copies of "Scrap Kong", "Double Summon", and "Yellow Baboon, Archer of the Forest". Brave Max Normal Summons "Scrap Kong" (2000/1000). As "Scrap Kong" was Normal Summoned, its effect activates, destroying itself. As a Beast monster Brave Max controls was destroyed and sent to the GY, Brave Max activates the effect of "Green Baboon, Defender of the Forest" in his hand, paying 1000 LP to Special Summon it (2600/1800) (Brave Max: 4000 → 3000 LP). Brave Max activates the Spell Card "Double Summon", allowing him to Normal Summon an additional time this turn. Brave Max Normal Summons another "Scrap Kong", whose effect activates, destroying itself. As the Beast "Scrap Kong" was destroyed, Brave Max activates the effect of another "Green Baboon" in his hand, paying 1000 LP to Special Summon it (2600/1800) (Brave Max: 3000 → 2000 LP). Brave Max uses both copies of "Green Baboon" to Link Summon "Metal Baboon, Ruffian of the Forest" (2600/↙↘) to the Extra Monster Zone.

"Metal Baboon" attacks "Silquitous". Ghost Gal activates her face-down Trap Card "Altergeist Camouflage", equipping it to "Silquitous". While equipped with "Camouflage", "Silquitous" cannot be attacked, but it does not prevent Brave Max from attacking Ghost Gal directly, and all effects that target "Silquitous" will be negated. As Ghost Gal activated a Trap Card, she activates the effect of "Altergeist Multifaker" in her hand, Special Summoning it (1200/800). As "Multifaker" was Special Summoned, Ghost Gal activates its effect, Special Summoning an "Altergeist" monster from her Deck. She Special Summons "Altergeist Marionetter" (1600/1700). Ghost Gal activates the effect of "Silquitous", returning another "Altergeist" card she controls to her hand to return a card Brave Max controls to his hand. She returns her "Camouflage" to her hand to return Brave Max's "Metal Baboon" to his Extra Deck.

Turn 3: Ghost Gal
Ghost Gal uses "Multifaker" and "Silquitous" to Link Summon "Altergeist Hexstia" (1500/↓→) to the Extra Monster Zone. "Hexstia" gains ATK equal to the original ATK of each "Altergeist" monster it points to, in this case "Marionetter" ("Hexstia": 1500 → 3100 ATK). "Hexstia" attacks Brave Max directly (Brave Max: 2000 → 0 LP).

Featured cards[edit]

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

Naoki Shima/Brave Max
Emma Bessho/Ghost Gal