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PostSubject: Yugioh Zexal Featured Duel start from EP 100 to EP 109 Tue Jul 09, 2013 2:11 pm#1

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Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 100:
 

With the mysterious boy "Nasch" in town, Yuma and Astral head to the deepest depths of the ruins where the "Number" sleeps, but they come across a spirit guarding the "Number". In order to get the "Number", Yuma challenges the spirit to a Duel, but this Duel has a trick interwoven into it. Due to it, Nasch and Shark are captured. Yuma must help the two of them somehow, and the tips to solve this trap are hidden in the murals all over the ruins, written in ancient letters. In the depths of this struggle, Nasch demonstrates an amazing ability!

Featured Duel :
Yuma Tsukumo vs. Mach:
 
Duel continues from the previous episode.


Turn 2: Yuma
"Gagaga Magician" attacks and destroys Mach's Set monster, which is "Manipulate Druid Wyd" (0/1800). As it was destroyed and sent to the Graveyard, its effect activates, letting Mach activate a Continuous Spell Card from his hand. He activates "Labyrinth of Decision", which will let him pay 600 Life Points to send one card from his opponent's hand to the Graveyard after damage calculation. Mach then activates his face-down "Unfair Treaty", which will make Yuma pay the cost for any Continuous Spell Card effects that Mach controls. "Gagaga Kid" attacks Mach directly (Mach 4000 → 2700). Mach activates the effect of "Labyrinth of Decision", making Yuma pay 600 Life Points via "Unfair Treaty" (Yuma 4000 → 3400) and send the "Gogogo Golem" in his hand to the Graveyard. Yuma overlays his two Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 39: Utopia" (2500/2000) in Attack Position.

Turn 3: Mach
Mach Normal Summons "Manipulate Druid Drewes" (1800/0), and uses its effect to Special Summon a "Druid" monster from his Graveyard. He Special Summons "Wyd". Mach overlays his 2 Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 44: White Sky Horse - Sky Pegasus" (1800/1600) in Attack Position. Mach activates the effect of "Sky Pegasus", detaching an Overlay Unit to target and destroy one monster Yuma controls, but Yuma may pay 500 Life Points to negate it. Yuma does so (Yuma 3400 → 2900). The other effect of "Sky Pegasus" activates, inflicting damage to Yuma equal to the Life Points he paid (Yuma 2900 → 2400).

Turn 4: Yuma
"Utopia" attacks "Sky Pegasus", but Mach activates his face-down "Shield of Conspiracy", equipping it to "Sky Pegasus". Due to the effect of "Shield of Conspiracy", "Sky Pegasus" is not destroyed by battle once a turn, and Mach takes no Battle Damage from that battle. Mach activates the effect of "Labyrinth of Decision", making Yuma pay 600 Life Points via "Unfair Treaty" (Yuma 2400 → 1800) and send the "Cross Attack" in his hand to the Graveyard. The effect of "Sky Pegasus" activates, inflicting damage to Yuma equal to the Life Points he paid (Yuma 1800 → 1200). Yuma Sets a card.

Turn 5: Mach
Mach activates the effect of "Sky Pegasus", detaching an Overlay Unit to target and destroy "Utopia", but Yuma can pays 500 Life Points to negate the effect (Yuma 1200 → 700). The effect of "Sky Pegasus" activates, inflicting damage to Yuma equal to the Life Points he paid (Yuma 700 → 200).

Turn 6: Yuma
"Utopia" attacks" "Sky Pegasus", but the equipped "Shield of Conspiracy" prevents the destruction of "Sky Pegasus" by battle and reduces the Battle Damage to 0. Mach activates the effect of "Labyrinth of Decision", making Yuma pay 600 Life Points via "Unfair Treaty", but as he cannot, Mach must pay it instead (Mach 2700 → 2100) and Yuma sends the "Hyper Quick!" in his hand to the Graveyard. The effect of "Hyper Quick! activates as it was sent from the hand or field to the Graveyard, letting Yuma draw a card. If it is a Spell Card, he may activate it as if it is a Quick-Play. He draws "Rank-Up Magic - Numeron Force" and activates it Ranking Up "Utopia" and performing a Chaos Xyz Evolution to Special Summon "Number C39: Utopia Ray Victory" (2800/2500) in Attack Position. Due to the effect of "Numeron Force", the effects of all cards on the field are negated, except for "Utopia Ray Victory". "Utopia Ray Victory" attacks "Sky Pegasus". Yuma activates the effect of "Utopia Ray Victory", detaching an Overlay Unit to add the ATK of "Sky Pegasus" to its own (2800 → 4600). "Sky Pegasus" is destroyed. (Mach 2100 → 0).

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 101:
 

Vector, under orders of Don Thousand, alliances with Dark Mist in order to obtain one of the Legendary Numbers. Upon doing so, they force Astral to a duel in order to claim the card.

Featured Duel :
Astral vs. Dark Mist:
 
Turn 1: Number 96
Number 96 Normal Summons "Malicevorous Spoon" (100/500). Next, he Special Summons "Maliceforous Fork" (400/400) from his hand via its own effect by sending a "Malicevorous" monster from his hand to the Graveyard. He sends "Malicevorous Knife". As a "Malicevorous" monster was Special Summoned, Number 96 activates the effect of "Malicevorous Spoon", letting him Special Summon a Level 2 or lower "Malicevorous" monster from his Graveyard. He Special Summons "Malicevorous Knife" (600/100). Number 96 overlays his three Level 2 DARK monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 96: Dark Mist" (100/1000) in Attack Position. Number 96 Sets a card.

Turn 2: Astral
As he controls no monsters, Astral Special Summons "Toy Knight" (200/1200) from his hand via its own effect. He Normal Summons another "Toy Knight". Number 96 activates his face-down "Small Stopper". As long as its face-up monsters with 1000 or less ATK may not attack and during each End Phase the turn player will take 1000 damage if Number 96 controls a monster with 1000 or less ATK and the turn player does not attack. Astral overlays his two Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 39: Utopia" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. He equips "Utopia" with "Exchange Guard Robe", which increases its ATK by 500 (2500 → 3000). "Utopia" attacks "Dark Mist". Number 96 activates the effect of "Dark Mist", detaching an Overlay Unit to halve the ATK of the monster its battling and gain an equal amount of ATK ("Dark Mist" 100 → 1600, "Utopia" 3000 → 1500). The effect of "Exchange Guard Robe" activates as the equipped monster's ATK changed by an effect other than its own, inflicting damage to Number 96 equal to the ATK difference (Number 96 4000 → 2500). He then activates the effect of "Utopia", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate his own attack.
Duel continues in the next episode.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 102:
 

The ruins exude a strange air, as if refusing Vector, while Astral complies with a Duel for the "Legendary Number". But things go from bad to worse as any damage dealt to Number 96 will be inflicted to Yuma as well, leaving Astral in a trap with this Duel. Laughing at Astral for only protecting or caring about Yuma, Number 96 summons his mighty "Number C96: Dark Storm". However, something strange happens to Number 96's body when the "Number C" appears, while Yuma and co. get swept up by this shocking twist of events.

Featured Duel :
Astral vs. Dark Mist:
 
Turn 2: Astral
Astral Sets two cards.

Turn 3: Dark Mist
Number 96 Normal Summons "Malicevorous Knife" (600/100). Its effect activates, letting him Special Summon a "Malicevorous" monster from his Graveyard. He Special Summons another "Malicevorous Knife". He Overlays his two Level 2 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 65: Judge Buster the Adjudicutting Djinn" (1300/???) in Attack Position. "Number 96: Dark Mist" attacks "Number 39: Utopia", with Number 96 activating the effect of "Dark Mist", detaching an Overlay Unit to halve the ATK of "Utopia" and add that value to that ATK of "Dark Mist" ("Dark Mist" 1600 → 2350, "Utopia" 1500 → 750). Astral activates the effect of "Utopia", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate the attack. As a monster effect was activated, Number 96 activates the effect of "Judge Buster", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate the effect and inflict 500 damage to Astral (Astral 4000 → 3500). The attack continues and "Utopia" is destroyed (Astral 3500 → 1900). "Judge Buster" attacks directly (Astral 1900 → 600).

Turn 4: Astral
Astral draws and activates "Xyz Treasure", letting him draw a card for each Xyz Monster on the field; since there are two on the field, he draws two cards. Astral Normal Summons "Bakudan" (100/100) and activates its effect, equipping it to "Dark Mist". Should "Dark Mist" have no Overlay Units remaining, the effect of "Bakudan" will destroy it. As a monster effect was activated, Number 96 activates the effect of "Judge Buster", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate the effect and inflict 500 damage to Astral (Astral 600 → 100). Astral activates the Continuous Spell Card "Release Ticket", Tributeing "Bakudan". "Release Ticket" can now be treated as two monsters for a Tribute. Astral Tributes it now to Special Summon "Swordsman of the Sealing Swords" in Defense Position (0/2400). While "Swordsman of the Sealing Swords" is face-up Astral can negate one attack per turn; the aforementioned monster also cannot be destroyed by battle once per turn.

Turn 5: Dark Mist
Number 96 draws and activates "Rank-Up Magic - Barian's Force", Ranking Up "Judge Buster" and performing a Chaos Xyz Evolution to Special Summon "Number C65: Judge Devil the Adjudicutting Demon King" (1600/???) in Attack Position, whose effect negates those of all of Astral's monsters. As it was Summoned by Ranking-Up "Judge Buster", Number 96 activates its other effect, detaching a Chaos Overlay Unit to decrease the ATK and DEF of "Swordsman of the Sealing Swords" by 1000 (0/2400 → 0/1400). "Dark Mist" attacks and destroys "Swordsman of the Sealing Swords". "Judge Devil" attacks directly, but Astral activates his face-down "Xyz Reborn", letting him Special Summon an Xyz Monster from his Graveyard and attach "Xyz Reborn" to it as a Overlay Unit. Astral Special Summons "Utopia" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. A replay occurs and Number 96 cancels his attack. Number 96 Sets a card.

Turn 6: Astral
Astral performs a Chaos Xyz Evolution and Special Summons "Number C39: Utopia Ray" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. As the Xyz Monster Astral controls has more Overlay Units than the combined total of all the Overlay Units of the monsters Number 96 controls, Astral activates his face-down "Superior Overlay", which will destroy Number 96's Xyz Monsters unless he detaches an Overlay Unit from each of them. He detaches one from "Dark Mist", but "Judge Buster" is destroyed as it has none remaining. Astral activates the effect of "Utopia Ray" twice, detaching an Overlay Unit each time to increase its ATK by 500 and decrease the ATK of one monster Number 96 controls by 1000 ("Utopia Ray 2500 → 3500, Dark Mist 2350 → 350). "Utopia Ray" attacks "Dark Mist", but Number 96 activates his face-down "Chaos Return" to negate the attack and send one card from his hand to the Graveyard to activate the effect of a Spell Card in his Graveyard. He sends "Magical Stone Excavation" to activate the effect of "Rank-Up-Magic Barian's Force", Ranking-Up "Dark Mist" and performing a Chaos Xyz Evolution to Special Summon "Number C96: Dark Storm" (1000/1000) in Attack Position. The other effect of "Chaos Return" forces "Utopia Ray" to attack it, so "Dark Storm" is destroyed. As it was destroyed by battle, its effect activates, inflicting the Battle Damage to both players (Astral 100 → 0, Number 96 2500 → 0).

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 103:
 

As Yuma and co. try to get the next "Number", they end up in the hometown of a legendary fighter. There, they bump into that ever-worthy rival: Nistro, the Duelist with the hot-blooded soul! Yuma is inspired by Nistro, who having become a Pro Duelist, has become a hero of children everywhere, and is informed by Dextra, now Nistro's manager, about the legend of a Gladiator, which might be a "Number" sleeping in Ruins at the bottom of the nearby lake. But at the same time, Alit who was drained from his fight with Yuma before, is revived in the Barian World, and heads to the same ruins to get the Number for himself.

Featured Duel :
Yuma Tsukumo & Dextra vs. Alit & Nistro:
 
Turn 1: Nistro
Nistro Normal Summons "Heroic Challenger - Ambush Soldier" (0/0).

Turn 2: Yuma
Yuma Normal Summons "Gagaga Magician" (1500/1000). Then he activates "Gagagamirror", letting him target a "Gagaga" monster he controls and treat this card as an Overlay Unit of the same Level. He targets "Gagaga Magician" and overlays his two Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 39: Utopia" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. Yuma Sets a card.

Turn 3: Alit
Alit Sets a monster and a card.

Turn 4: Dextra
Dextra Sets a monster and two cards

Turn 5: Nistro
Nistro Normal Summons "Heroic Challenger - Clasp Sword" (300/100). Since "Ambush Soldier" has been face-up for more than one turn, he is able to activate its effect. He can Tribute "Ambush Soldier" to Special Summon two Level 4 or lower "Heroic Challenger" monsters from his hand and if does, their Levels becomes 1. Nistro Special Summons "Heroic Challenger - Double Lance" (1700/900) and "Heroic Challenger - Night Watchman" (1200/300), with their Levels becoming 1. Nistro overlays his three Level 1 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 54: Lion Heart" (100/100) in Attack Position. "Lion Heart" attacks "Utopia". When "Lion Heart" is in face-up Attack Position, it cannot be destroyed by battle, and any battle damage its controller would take involving "Lion Heart" is also inflicted to the opponent (Yuma 4000 → 1600, Nistro 4000 → 1600).
Duel continues in the next episode.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 104:
 


The Tag Team Duel of Yuma and Dextra vs Alit and Nistro begins. Nistro is brainwashed by Alit with his "Rank-Up Magic", continuing the Duel like a soulless puppet without any purpose. Yuma is baffled by Alit and Nistro's complete change in personality and willingness to use dirty tricks. And no matter what Dextra does to try and bring back Nistro, nothing reaches him. And as if to ridicule Yuma and Dextra further, Alit and Nistro's Trump Cards drive their opponents into a difficult situation.


Featured Duel :
Yuma Tsukumo & Dextra vs. Alit & Nistro:
 

Turn 6: Yuma
"Number 39: Utopia" attack Alit's Set monster, which is "Battlin' Boxer Backhand Gardna" (100/1300). Its effect activates, changing the attack target to "Number 54: Lion Heart" and detaching the Overlay Units from "Utopia" as it is an Xyz Monster. "Utopia" and "Lion Heart" battle, and the effect of "Lion Heart" activates, inflicting damage to both players, but Dextra activates her face-down "Butterspy Protection" which halves the battle damage (Yuma 1600 → 400, Nistro 1600 → 0). Nistro activates the other effect of "Lion Heart," which allows his Life Points to become 100 if they become 0 by detaching an Overlay Unit (Nistro 0 → 100). Dextra activates the other effect of "Butterspy Protection", which switches an Attack Position monster to Defense Position at the end of the Battle Phase. She chooses "Lion Heart". Yuma Sets a card.

Turn 7: Alit
Alit Normal Summons "Battlin' Boxer Rabbit Puncher" (800/1000). He overlays "Backhand Gardna" and "Rabbit Puncher" to Xyz Summon "Battlin' Boxer Cheat Commissioner" (0/1300) in Attack Position. "Cheat Commissioner" attacks "Utopia", with the effect of "Cheat Commissioner" switching all monsters to Attack Position, thus flipping Dextra's Set "Swallowtail Butterspy" (1800/1200). The effect also allows him to change the attacker to another monster instead. He chooses "Lion Heart" but Dextra activates her face-down "Imposing Phantom Butterfly" which changes the attack target to a "Phantom Butterfly" monster she controls. She chooses "Swallowtail Butterspy" as the new attack target and the effect of "Lion Heart" inflicts the damage to both players (Dextra 4000 → 2200, Nistro 100 → 0). Nistro activates the other effect of "Lion Heart," which allows his Life Points to become 100 if they become 0 by detaching an Overlay Unit (Nistro 0 → 100). Alit Sets a card.

Turn 8: Dextra
Dextra draws and Normal Summons "Morpho Butterspy" (1200/1600). As she Normal Summoned a monster, she activates the effect of "Blue Mountain Butterspy" in her hand to Special Summon it in Attack Position (0/1700). She overlays her three Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Night Papilloperative" (2600/?) in Attack Position. Dextra activates "Overlay Capture" to take the last Overlay Unit of "Lion Heart" and attach it to "Night Papilloperative". Alit activates his face-down "Xyz Battle Chain" since both players control an Xyz Monster and a Spell/Trap that targets an Xyz Monster was activated, negating "Overlay Capture" and forcing "Night Papilloperative" to attack "Lion Heart" during this turn's Battle Phase. Dextra activates the effect of "Night Papilloperative", detaching an Overlay Unit to increases its ATK by 400 for each Overlay Unit on the field, meaning 5 ("Night Papilloperative": 2600 → 4600). "Night Papilloperative" attacks "Lion Heart", with the effect of the latter inflicting the damage to both players (Dextra 2200 → 0, Nistro 100 → 0). Nistro activates the other effect of "Lion Heart," which allows his Life Points to become 100 if they become 0 by detaching an Overlay Unit (Nistro 0 → 100). Alit activates his face-down "Numbers Overlay Boost" which allows him to take two cards from his hand and attach them as Overlay Units to a "Number" monster with no Overlay Units. He chooses "Lion Heart" and uses "Battlin' Boxer Counterpunch" and "Counter's High" as the new Overlay Units.

Turn 9: Nistro
Nistro draws "Rank-Up Magic Barian's Force" and equips "Lion Heart" with "Stoic Challenge", which detaches its Overlay Units and increases its ATK by 600 for every Overlay Unit detached ("Lion Heart" 100 → 1300). He equips "Lion Heart" with "Heroic Growth" which doubles its ATK since Nistro's Life Points are lower than Yuma's ("Lion Heart" 1300 → 2600). Nistro attacks and destroys "Utopia" with "Lion Heart". "Stoic Challenge" doubles any damage Yuma takes (Yuma 400 → 200). Nistro Sets a card.

Turn 10: Yuma
Yuma draws and activates "Xyz Shift", sending "Night Butterfly Assassin" to the Graveyard and Special Summoning an Xyz Monster with the same Rank as the sent monster. Yuma Special Summons "Heroic Champion - Excalibur" (2000/2000), with the effect of "Xyz Shift" attaching itself as an Overlay Unit. Yuma activates the effect of "Excalibur," detaching all its Overlay Units to double its ATK (2000 → 4000). "Excalibur" attacks "Lion Heart," but Nistro activates his face-down "Battler's Cry" to double the ATK of "Lion Heart," since its ATK is lower than the attacking monster ("Lion Heart" 2600 → 5200). Yuma activates his face-down "Soul Strike", which allows him to pay half his Life Points and add the same ATK to a monster he controls when he has less than 2000 Life Points (Yuma 200 → 100, "Excalibur" 4000 → 4100) and since Nistro's Life Points are not lower than Yuma's, "Heroic Growth" halves the ATK of "Lion Heart" ("Lion Heart" 5200 → 2600). Alit activates the effect of "Cheat Commissioner", detaching all its Overlay Units to see the hand of an opponent and activate a Spell Card if there is one in the hand. He chooses Nistro and "Rank-Up-Magic Barian's Force". Yuma then activates his face-down "Overlay Maker", since two Xyz Monsters are battling, and an Xyz Monster detached an Overlay Unit and has none left after its effect resolves, it negates the effect of "Cheat Commissioner" and inflicts damage to the owner of the monster equal to the total ATK of the battling Xyz Monsters, which is 6700 (Alit 4000 → 0). The Duel ends at this point.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 105:
 

"The Trial toward Galaxy-Eyes User! Kaito's Do-Or-Die Duel"

The one hundredth and fifth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. It first aired in Japan on May 26, 2013.[/center]


Yuma and co. reach the fourth ruin. There, they hear the echoes of the eerie howl of a Dragon. Yuma, the son of the adventurer Kazuma, aims to reach the summit with Shark and Kite, while climbing the mountain. But standing before them is the form of Jinlong, who claims to be the Dragon's spirit. Kite senses the presence of a Dragon the moment he looks at him, while Jinlong expresses interest in Kite. Jinlong begins his Duel with Kite to test him. But what will he do when "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" is sealed from the very start!?


Featured Duel :
Kite Tenjo vs. Jinlong:
 
Turn 1 Jinlong
Jinlong Normal Summons "Mythical Wood Dragon" (100/1400). As he controls an EARTH monster, he Special Summons "Mythical Water Dragon" (1000/2000) from his hand in Attack Position via its own effect. Jinlong activates the effect of "Mythical Wood Dragon", doubling its Level as he controls a WATER monster ( "Wood Dragon" Level 4 → 8 ). Jinlong overlays his two Level 8 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 46: Ethereal Dragon - Draggluong" (3000/???) in Attack Position. Jinlong activates the effect of "Draggluong", detaching an Overlay Unit to Special Summon a Dragon-Type monster from his hand. He Special Summons "Armed Divine Dragon - Protect Dragon" (2000/2800) in Attack Position. While Jinlong controls another Dragon-Type monster, "Draggluong" cannot be targeted by attacks or effects. Jinlong equips "Protect Dragon" with "Dragpn Shield", protecting it from being destroyed by battle and card effects and reducing any battle damage he takes from battles involving it to 0. "Protect Dragon" also gains 500 ATK via its own effect as it was equipped with an Equip Spell Card ("Protect Dragon" 2000/2800 → 2500/2800).

Turn 2: Kite
Kite draws "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" and Normal Summons "Overlay Sniper" (2000/0). As Kite controls a monster with 2000 or more ATK monster, he Special Summons "Overlay Booster" (2000/0) from his hand in Attack Position via its own effect. Kite Tributes his two 2000 ATK monsters to Special Summon "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" (3000/2500) in Attack Position. Its effects are negated by the effect of "Draggluong". Kite activates "Book of Moon" changing "Protector Dragon" to face-down Defense Position, while destroying "Dragon Shield". "Galaxy-Eyes" attacks and destroys "Protector Dragon". Kite Sets a card.

Turn 3: Jinlong
Jinlong activates the effect of "Draggluong", detaching an Overlay Unit to Special Summon "Soul-Eating Divine Dragon - Drain Dragon" (4000/0) from his hand in Attack Position. Jinlong activates the effect of "Drain Dragon"; it gains ATK equal to Kite's Life Points ("Drain Dragon" 4000 → 8000).

Duel continues in the next episode.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 106:
 


Kite is cornered by the overwhelming strength of the Dragon that Jinlong controls! However, when pushed to the edge of defeat, with his Dragon Master's Pride on the line and a desire to test himself against the "Legendary Dragon Master" mentioned by Jinlong, he launches an astonishing counterattack! Yuma, Astral and Shark watch this breath-taking Duel, as Kite is thrown into one difficult trial after another, and as expected, the shocking purpose of this Duel is... ...!?


Featured Duel :
Kite Tenjo vs. Jinlong:
 

Turn 4: Kite
Kite activates "Desperate Scrape", paying 800 Life Points (Kite 4000 → 3200) to decrease the ATK of "Drain Dragon" by half of its original ATK ("Drain Dragon" 8000 → 6000), and since his Life Points have decreased, the ATK of "Drain Dragon" also decreases ("Drain Dragon" 6000 → 5200) through its effect. Kite then activates "Dragonic Divine", paying 1000 Life Points (Kite 3200 → 2200) to add "Desperate Scrape" to his hand ("Drain Dragon" 5200 → 4200). He activates "Desperate Scrape" again (Kite 2200 → 1400), "Drain Dragon" 4200 → 3400 → 2400). "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" attacks and destroys "Drain Dragon" (Jinlong 4000 → 3400). The effect of "Drain Dragon" activates, inflicting damage to Kite equal to half its ATK (Kite 1400 → 200). Kite activates his face-down "Killing Reward", drawing two cards as an opponent's Level 7 or higher monster was destroyed. Kite Sets 2 cards.


Turn 5: Jinlong
As "Number 46: Ethereal Dragon - Draggluong" is the only Dragon-Type monster Jinlong controls and it has no Overlay Units, Jinlong activates its effect to take control of "Galaxy-Eyes". "Galaxy-Eyes" attacks directly, but Kite activates his face-down "Destiny Break" as it is his opponent's Battle Phase, letting him draw and reveal a card. If it is a monster, the attack is negated; if it is not, the drawn card is sent to the Graveyard. He draws and reveals "Galaxy Knight", so the attack is negated. "Draggluong" attacks directly, but Kite uses "Destiny Break", drawing and revealing another "Galaxy Knight", negating the attack. At the end of the Battle Phase, "Destiny Break" destroys itself, but Kite may Special Summon the monsters he revealed with their effects negated, so two "Galaxy Knights" (2000/2600) each, are Special Summoned in Attack Position. Jinlong Sets a card.


Turn 6: Kite
Kite draws and activates "Destiny Overlay", letting him use monsters anywhere on the field for an Xyz Summon. He overlays the Level 8 "Galaxy-Eyes" with the two Level 8 "Galaxy Knights" to Xyz Summon "Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" (4500/3000) in Attack Position. The effect of "Draggluong" negates its effects. Kite activates the effect of the "Overlay Sniper" in his Graveyard, banishing it to decrease the ATK of "Draggluong" by 500 for each Overlay Unit attached to "Neo Galaxy-Eyes" ("Draggluong" 3000 → 1500). Kite activates the effect of the "Overlay Booster" in his Graveyard, banishing it to increase the ATK of "Neo Galaxy-Eyes" by 500 for each Overlay Unit attached to it ("Neo Galaxy-Eyes" 4500 → 6000). "Neo Galaxy-Eyes" attacks "Draggluong", but Jinlong activates hit face-down "Dragon Dance", letting him banish two Dragon-Types monsters in his Graveyard to decrease the ATK of "Neo Galaxy-Eyes" by that of those monsters. He banishes "Armed Divine Dragon - Protect Dragon" and "Drain Dragon". Kite activates his face-down "Galaxy Dragon Rain" as a Dragon-Type Xyz Monster is battling and his opponent activated a Spell/Trap Card. The Spell/Trap Card is negated and destroyed, while the effects of all monsters Jinlong controls are negated. "Dragon Dance" is negated and destroyed. The attack continues and "Draggluong" is destroyed (Jinlong 3400 → 0).

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 107:
 
"Yuma Confused!? The Unreliable Account of Gilag the Tanuki"

The one hundredth and seventh episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. It first aired in Japan on June 9, 2013.

Yuma returns to his house for the first time in a long time, to take a break from his adventures to the ruins. But his rest is fleeting, as he learns from Roku, that the Ksitigarbha of a Warring States Commander from 500 years ago has been found at the Duel Sanctuary. But as Yuma and Astral rush to the lodge, the Barian Warrior, Gilag, is waiting for them! To defend the "Number", Yuma challenges Gilag to a Duel, but it appears that he's been possessed by something....!?

Featured Duel : 
Yuma Tsukumo vs. Ponta:
 
Turn 1: Ponta
Ponta Normal Summons "Pon-poko the Raccoon Rascal" (800/0). He then activates "Leaf Transformation", letting him Special Summon a "Raccoon" monster from his hand. He Special Summons "Tan-Tan the Raccoon Rascal" (0/800) in Attack Position. Ponta overlays his two Level 2 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 64: Sandayu the Veteraccoon" (1000/1000) in Attack Position. 
He activates its effect, detaching an Overlay Unit to Special Summon a "Kagemusha Raccoon Token" (?/0) in Attack Position. Its ATK becomes equal to the ATK of the monster with the highest ATK on the field, which is "Sandayu" (?/0 → 1000/0). While Ponta controls a "Kagemusha Raccoon Token", "Sandayu" cannot be attacked.

Turn 2: Yuma
Yuma Sets "Burst Reverse". At this point, the spirit of Ponta takes possession of Yuma's body and plays the turn while Yuma is in Gilag's body instead. As he controls no monsters, he Special Summons "Toy Knight" (200/1000) from his hand in Attack Position. Then, as he has a Set Spell/Trap Card, he Special Summons "Dododo Witch" (1200/1600) from his hand in Attack Position via its own effect. He Tributes his two monsters to Tribute Summon "Dododo Gasser" (0/3000) in Attack Position. Next, he activates "Monster Reborn", Special Summoning "Toy Knight" from his Graveyard in Attack Position. Then he activates "Guard Plus", Tributing "Toy Knight" to increase the DEF of "Dododo Gasser" equal to the ATK of "Toy Knight" (0/3000 → 0/3200). "Dododo Gasser" attacks "Sandayu", with Ponta jumping back to Gilag's body. "Dododo Gasser" is destroyed (Yuma 4000 → 3000).

Turn 3: Ponta
Ponta activates the effect of "Sandayu", detaching an Overlay Unit to Special Summon another "Kagemusha Raccoon Token" (?/0) in Attack Position whose ATK changes to that of "Sandayu" (?/0 → 1000/0). "Sandayu" and a "Kagemusha Raccoon Token" attack Yuma directly (Yuma 3000 → 2000 → 1000). The other "Kagemusha Raccoon Token" attacks directly, but Yuma activates his face-down "Burst Reverse", paying half his Life Points (Yuma 1000 → 500) to Special Summon a monster from his Graveyard in face-down Defense Position. He Special Summons "Dododo Gasser". A replay occurs and Ponta cancels his attack. Ponta Sets "Senjyouki Flip".

Turn 4: Yuma
Yuma draws "Chauchow-chan" and then Flip Summons "Dododo Gasser", whose Flip Effect activates, increasing it ATK by the difference between the Life Points of both players (0/3000 → 3500/3000). The other Flip Effect of "Dododo Gasser" activates, which allows Yuma to target two monsters his opponent controls and destroy them. Yuma destroys the two "Kagemusha Raccoon Tokens". "Dododo Gasser" attacks "Sandayu", but Ponta activates his face-down "Senjyojiki Flip". When a "Raccoon" monster is targeted for an attack, he can destroy the attacking monster and inflict damage to his opponent equal to the destroyed monster's ATK. Yuma activates the effect of the "Chauchow-chan" in his hand, sending it to the Graveyard to negate the activation of Trap Card, after which he can use the effect of the negated Trap Card. Yuma negates "Senjyojiki Flip" and uses its effect, destroying "Sandayu" and inflicting damage to Ponta equal to its ATK (Ponta 4000 → 3000). A replay occurs and "Dododo Gasser" attacks Ponta directly (Ponta 3000 → 0).

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 108:
 
"Temptation from the Bottom of the Sea! Shark's Dream-like Memory"

The one hundredth and eighth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. It first aired in Japan on June 16, 2013.

Yuma and co. take the Different Dimension Airship to the bottom of the ocean! However, when they end up caught up in a storm, Rio goes missing! Shark, in search of Rio, is lured to the bottom of the ocean, and what waits there is the ruins Yuma and Astral were looking for! Reginald is guided by someone to the depths of the Ruin, and what waits there is his sister Rio, being manipulated by Abyss, the Spirit of the "Number"...!

Featured Duel : 
Shark vs. Abyss:
 
Abyss is possessing Rio.
Turn 1: Shark
Shark Normal Summons "Big Jaws" (1800/300). As he Normal Summoned a Fish-Type monster, he Special Summons "Shark Stickers" (200/1000) from his hand by its own effect in Attack Position. He overlays his two Level 3 monsters to Xyz Summon "Black Ray Lancer" (2100/600) in Attack Position. Shark Sets a card. 

Turn 2: Abyss
Abyss Normal Summons "Gorgonic Golem" (1200/600). Since he Normal Summoned a "Gorgonic" monster, he Special Summons "Gorgonic Gargolye" (1000/800) from his hand by its own effect in Attack Position. Abyss overlays his two Level 3 monsters to Xyz Summon "Gorgonic Guardian" (1600/1200) in Attack Position. He activates the effect of "Gorgonic Guardian", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate the effects of "Black Ray Lancer" and have its ATK become 0 (2100/600 → 0/600). While "Gorgonic Guardian" is on the field, any monster with 0 ATK is destroyed. "Black Ray Lancer" is destroyed by this effect as a result. "Gorgonic Guardian" attacks directly (Shark 4000 → 2400). Abyss Sets a card.

Turn 3: Shark
Shark Sets "Skull Kraken" (600/1600).

Turn 4: Abyss
Abyss activates his face-down "Gorgon Charm", flipping Shark's Set "Skull Kraken" into face-up Defense Position. He activates the effect of "Gorgonic Guardian", detaching an Overlay Unit to reduce the ATK of "Skull Kraken" to 0 (600/1600 → 0/1600) and negate its effect. As its ATK is 0 now, the other effect of "Gorgonic Guardian" destroys it. Abyss equips "Gorgonic Guardian" with "Xyz Unit", increasing its ATK by a value equal to its Rank x 200 (1600 → 2200). "Gorgonic Guardian" attacks directly (Shark 2400 → 200).
Duel continues in the next episode.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL - Episode 109:
 
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