Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS - Episode 112
King Roboppi walks amongst his subjects.
|English||All Hail Roboppi!|
|Japanese ED||"Are you ready?"|
|English OP & ED||"Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS Main Theme"|
|Japanese||July 31, 2019|
|English||September 1, 2021|
|Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episodes (season 3)|
"All Hail Roboppi!, known as "SOL's Decline" in the Japanese version, is the one hundred and twelfth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS anime. It first aired in Japan on July 31, 2019 and aired in Australia on September 1, 2021.
LINK VRAINS, which should have been shut down, is now open again, and many citizens of Den City begin to log in. In order to search for clues about Ai, who has taken over SOL Technologies, Soulburner decides to investigate LINK VRAINS. There, he discovers an island he has never seen before, where he encounters Roboppi in a country filled with robots made of household appliances.
Featured Duel: Roboppi vs. Soulburner
The Duel is conducted as a Master Duel.
Turn 1: Roboppi
Roboppi activates the Field Spell "Appliancer Electrilyrical World". As "Electrilyrical World" was activated, Roboppi activates its effect, adding one "Appliancer" Spell from their Deck to their hand, except Appliancer Electrilyrical World". They add an unknown card from their Deck to their hand. Roboppi Normal Summons "Appliancer Socketroll" (100/100). Roboppi activates the effect of "Appliancer Copybokkle" in their hand, targeting one "Appliancer" monster they control, except "Appliancer Copybokkle", and Special Summoning it from their hand, then its name becomes the same as that targeted monster's until the end of this turn. They target "Socketroll", Special Summon "Copybokkle" (???/0) in Defense Position, and its name becomes "Socketroll". As another "Appliancer Socketroll" was Special Summoned, Roboppi activates the second effect of "Socketroll", Special Summoning another "Socketroll" from their Deck. They Special Summon a second "Socketroll" in Defense Position. Roboppi sets "Copybokkle" and "Socketroll" (2 Level 1 "Appliancer" monsters) in the Link Arrows to Link Summon "Appliancer Celtopus" (0/↙↓) to the Extra Monster Zone on his right-hand side. Roboppi sets "Socketroll" (1 Level 1 "Appliancer" monster) in the Link Arrow to Link Summon "Appliancer Propelion" (1200/↑) to the Main Monster Zone the bottom center Link Arrow of "Celtopus" points to so that they are now co-linked. While "Celtopus" is linked, Roboppi's opponent's monsters cannot target it for attacks, also they cannot target it with card effects. As Roboppi Link Summoned an "Appliancer" Link Monster, they activate the second effect of "Electrilyrical World", targeting one "Appliancer" monster in their GY and adding it to their hand. They target and add "Socketroll". Roboppi activates the Normal Spell "Appliancer Reuse", targeting one Level 4 or lower "Appliancer" monster in their GY and Special Summoning it, but it is shuffled into the Deck when it leaves the field. They Special Summon "Socketroll". Roboppi sets "Socketroll" (1 Level 1 "Appliancer" monster) in the Link Arrow to Link Summon "Appliancer Vacculephant" (1000/↗) to the Main Monster Zone the bottom left Link Arrow of "Celtopus" points to so that they are now co-linked. Roboppi Sets two cards.
Duel continues in the next episode.
The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here.
Differences in adaptations
- In the original version, Ai fires all of SOL Technologies' employees and replaces them with SOLtiS. In the dub, he gives them all three years paid vacation time with the promise the SOLtiS will carry out their work while they are gone.
- In the original version, Hayami returns to SOL Technologies to collect her belongings. In the dub, she hasn't seen Ai's email about their paid vacation time and is confused as to why the building is so quiet.
- After Soulburner wonders if Ai plans to use humans as Bohman did, in the original version Playamker finds it unlikely, while in the dub he cites that Ai isn't a bad person. Varis is subsequently much more scathing in his response and Soulburner has to remind them that they need to find Ai regardless.
- In the dub, Playmaker cites Ai's claim he would see them later as evidence he wants them to look for him, suggesting the first part of the trail can be found in LINK VRAINS given that Ai reopened it.
- In the original version, Playmaker and Varis agree they will end matters when they find Ai. In the dub, they are more open with their disagreement of how to deal with him.
- In the original version, Varis and Pandor discuss Ai sparing her and whether she was spared because Blue Maiden was. In the dub, they simply discuss what she is to do with herself.
- In the dub, Ai has to explain the concept of dreams to Roboppi and suggests their dream may have been a prophecy.
- In the original version, Roboppi jokingly calls Ai a dirty old man and claims to have said nothing after Ai's explanations. In the dub Roboppi appoints themself master over Ai given they are prophesized to become the strongest in the universe and Ai has to slow them down and tell them they have a long way to go.
- In the original version, Roboppi briefly transforms into their robot form to encourage their new appliance citizens to come out and play. In the dub, Roboppi is unaware of their presence and transforms on their own.
- When Soulburner finds Roboppi in the original version he asks them what they're planning after Roboppi refuses to divulge Ai's location. In the dub, Soulburner tries to assure Roboppi they don't want to hurt Ai, just learn what he's up to.
- In the original version, Soulburner notes at the beginning of the Duel that Roboppi was able to defeat Ghost Gal and The Shepherd. In the dub, Ai is the one to note this, adding Soulburner will be Roboppi's biggest challenge yet.
- At the end of the episode after Roboppi completes their turn, Soulburner again reflects that the "Appliancer" Deck defeated Ghost Gal and The Shepherd. In the dub he simply notes that Roboppi was able to Summon three monsters on his first turn.