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SummaryEdit

While driving to the next Duel Field, Yuma goes through a case point to Trap Card "Cemetery Bomb". Yuma loses an unknown amount of life point and Tori advises him to be more careful while Astral already discovered the next card case before them. At the last second Yuma dodge it. Tori wonders what to with Yuma this lot when they noticed that this is the idea somewhere else. Yuma has the former course of the final rounds and participants: Droite, Kite, V, IV and Shark. But then the Duel Coaster accelerates at a time and travels with the children in the last Duel Field: The Dangerous Canyon.

When they emerge, the Duel Coaster tracks continue throughout the Duel Field. Yuma asks where they are and Astral responds that it must be the field where they will fight. Yuma brings his Duel Coaster to a halt when he sees Gauche, who says he has been waiting for him. Gauche suggests they get started immediately.

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At Stadium, Mr. Heartland is announcing the last quarter-final duel to Yuma vs. Gauche. The field on which it is "Dangerous Canyon." The difference between the lives of the two points could not be greater, so Gauche has 4000 life points while only Yuma has 100. Yet both are now beginning their duel.

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Gauche takes first turn Normal Summons "Heroic Challenger Double Lance". Rocks begin to fall from the sky and Gauche's Life Points fall to 3800. Heartland explains that the Field Spell damaged him and that whenever a monster is Summoned in Attack Position or attacks, its controller will take 200 damage. Tori says that means their Life Points will decrease whenever they attack and Yuma says that's not good - he has only 100 left to begin with. Heartland mutters that he thought Gauche would like this field and that he should consider it a present. Gauche seems to think this does seem like something Heartland would do. He thinks back to his childhood. He is fleeing something with Droite. As Mr. Heartland arrives via helicopter, he says that Heartland took them in - but they were forced to learn how to Duel and were to follow his every order.

Gauche then adds that Dueling Yuma previously reawakened his Dueling spirit. He yells that this is the Duel he always wanted. He uses the effect of "Double Lance", letting it be treated as two Overlay Units for the Xyz Summon of a "Heroic Champion" monster. He overlays his now-two Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Heroic Champion - Gandiva" in Attack Position. This time, sparks fly up from the coaster's track, dropping his Life Points to 3600. Astralsays he seems not to care about the Field Spell's effect. Gauche Sets two cards, ends his turn and urges Yuma to come at him.

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Yuma thinks that he needs to consider his current Life Points. With them, he won't be able to attack. Astral asks him what he's waiting for - Gauche is full of confidence, if they don't give it their all, they'll stand no chance. Yuma tells him he knows that and draws. Gauche activates his face-down "Heroic Gift", explaining that when his opponent's Life Points are lower than 2000, they can become 4000 and he can draw two cards. Yuma and Astral both appear confused as to why he did that and Yuma angrily asks what he thinks he's doing. Gauche tells him he just wanted to draw some extra cards, but adds that defeating weakened opponents is not a hobby of his. Yuma still seems angry, while Astral thinks that Gauche is really risking everything by healing Yuma. Yuma Sets a monster, but Astral tells them he won't win by going on the defensive against Gauche. Yuma responds that has his own plans, Sets a card and ends his turn. Gauche chides him for being too wary and Normal Summons "Heroic Challenger Night-Attack Cantera", causing his Life Points to fall to 3400 as more rocks fall. Yuma is excited that Gauche took more damage and Gauche says the damage doesn't matter. He attacks the Set monster with "Night-Attack Cantera" and his Life Points fall to 3200. He explains that "Cantera" can destroy a face-down monster it attacks without damage calculation. Yuma's face-down "Mogumole" is destroyed. Gauche says he has no defenses left and declares a direct attack with "Gandiva". Yuma says he knew Gauche would do that and reveals that the "Mogumole" can revive itself in face-up Defense Position after it is destroyed, but only once. He continues that Gauche's attacks cost him 400 Life Points and were wasted. Gauche is perplexed, saying that this isn't the kind of the Duel he expected. He activates the effect of "Gandiva", detaching an Overlay Unit to destroy a Special Summoned Level 4 or lower monster. "Gandiva" fires its bow; the arrow splits in numerous luminescent arrows in the air, which hit "Mogumole" and destroy it.

Gauche says that if Yuma gives him a poor Duel like this, he'll stand no chance. He orders "Gandiva" to attack directly, but Yuma activates his face-down "Battle Break", which would destroy an attacking monster and end the Battle Phase. Gauche asks if Yuma really thought something like that would stop him and activates his face-down "Battler's Pride", negating a card effect that would end an attack or Battle Phase. The attack of "Gandiva" continues, reducing Yuma to 1900 Life Points. Gauche Sets a card and ends his turn as his Life Points fall to 3000 via "Dangerous Canyon". Gauche asks if Yuma understands yet - he won't be defeated if Yuma Duels as he has been. Yuma says he can't lose this Duel, but Astral tells him he can't win it. Yuma is confused, but Astral says Yuma is so focused on winning that he's become afraid of Dueling. He adds that due to seeing Kite and Shark's Duels, Yuma has developed an unconscious fear of Dueling. Yuma angrily asks if Astral thinks he's scared and Astral says if he's wrong.

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Yuma turn and played Gagaga Magician (ATK 1500) and loses 200 Life Points. Next, activate the Spell Card one-shot wall who Gagaga Magician are 800 additional ATK. Yuma attacks and then loses 200 Life Points. But Gauche activates a Trap Card, Heroic Advance. This doubles the ATK of Cantera and pulls the attack on himself, but that monster is not destroyed, if the ATK of the attacked monster is higher. Gagaga magician will therefore remain on the field but Yuma loses 100 life points. Yuma uses the second effect of his magic and sacrifice this card to be able to draw a card. The map he drew the monster Gran whistles. This can be special summoned from his hand when his opponent is a monster on the field xyz is (ATK: 0). Once again, loses 200 Life Points Yuma so. Then Yuma uses both of his monsters for summoning and calling xyz Gagaga-Gunman (DEF 2400). Gauche reacts angrily to that Yuma has summoned his monster in defense mode. Yuma activates the effect of his monster when it is in defense mode. He removed a xyz-material and thus adds to Gauche 800 life points damage. Yuma puts two cards face down and stopped his turn. Gauche asks what it was, but he finds that Yuma uses dirty tricks. Angrily Gauche complained that he wanted to deliver any such boring duel with Yuma.

Gauche turn and plays the equip spell card Xyz Jewels Crown which converts the status of an xyz-monster in one step and the xyz-monster with a xyz-incantation than double material looks. Gauche then uses as his monster for another xyz invocation calls and thus Heroic challenger Kusanagi (ATK 2500). By summoning Gauche loses 200 Life Points again.

Gauche tells Yuma that if he wants to defeat him, he must come at him with his true Dueling. Yuma realizes that Gauche has always used his own true Dueling. He looks back, considering his past moves to not have been in line with his true Dueling. He slows his Duel Coaster and changes lanes, arriving back at the starting point. Tori asks him what's wrong and Yuma asks her to leave, saying he'll continue alone from here. He says he must bet everything on this Duel. Gauche slowly rolls in the adjacent lane, still standing in his coaster. Tori smiles and gets off the coaster, but tells Yuma to be sure to pick her back up after winning. As Yuma and Gauche leave, Tori yells "good luck!" Astral muses that Kite and Shark are strong - they both have powers that can be feared; he understands how Yuma could be scared of them. He adds that Yuma has gotten over those sorts of fears before though. Yuma smiles and says that in the end, he must go on with his own Dueling. Yuma stands up and yells that he'll show Gauche his true Dueling now. Gauche is pleased he's taking this seriously now.

Gauche activates "Fighter's Charm", changing "Gagaga Gunman" to Attack Position, but its ATK becomes equal to its DEF until the End Phase. "Kusanagi" attacks "Gagaga Gunman" as sparks fly up and Gauche's Life Points become 1800. Yuma activates his face-down "Overlay Buster", increasing the ATK of "Gagaga Gunman" to 2900. Gauche activates the effect of "Kusanagi", negating the activation of a Trap Card by detaching an Overlay Unit and increasing the ATK of "Kusanagi" by 500. "Kusanagi" continues its attack, but Yuma activates his face-down "Fighting Band", preventing the destruction of "Gagaga Gunman" by battle. Gauche reminds him he'll still take the damage though. Yuma's Life Points become 600 and he is nearly flung from his coaster. Gauche Sets two cards and asks Yuma if he'll give up now with only 600 Life Points left. Yuma says there's no way t he'll do that and that the true battle will start now. Gauche chuckles and says that is what he wanted.

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The tracks of the Duel Coaster abruptly end and they are both flung from their coasters onto the ground. The tracks and canyon vanish are replaced by a red sunset. Astral says its a new Field Spell - "Battleground of the Setting Sun". He explains that each player may only attack with one monster and when a monster is destroyed, its controller will take 300 damage. They continue their Duel, with Yuma's turn. He attacks "Kusanagi" with "Gagaga Gunman", with Gauche reminding him that "Kusanagi" has higher ATK. Yuma reveals that when "Gagaga Gunman" is in Attack Position, it can detach an Overlay Unit to increase its own ATK by 1000 and decrease another monster's ATK by 500. "Gagaga Gunman" shoots a hail of energy shots at "Kusanagi" with two pistols. Gauche calls it a nice play and Yuma orders "Gagaga Gunman" to attack. Gauche activates his face-down "Heroic Change", followed by the effect of "Kusanagi", negating his own trap and increasing its ATK by 5000, back to 2500. Both of them are thrown onto their backs and Gauche says it was a draw. They both lose 300 Life Points via the new Field Spell's effect, leaving Gauche with 1500 and Yuma with 300. Gauche tells Yuma this will be the last battle and activates his face-down "Xyz Hot Blooded Battle!!". He explains that when two Xyz Monsters are destroy one another by battle, he can pay 1000 Life Points to let both players Special Summon Xyz Monsters of the same Rank from their Extra Decks. Gauche chooses "Heroic Champion - Excalibur", adding that both Xyz Monsters Summoned by this effect will destroyed at the end of the Battle Phase (though Gauche does not mention it, the card also attachsthe previously destroyed Xyz Monsters to the new ones as Overlay Units).

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Gauche tells Yuma its his turn to Summon one and urges him to choose "Number 39: Utopia". He claims the fight won't be fun if they don't use their ace monsters. Astral muses that he wants to battle a "Number" and Yuma says he'll accept the challenge. "Utopia" appears and Gauche tells Yuma to come at him. Yuma attacks "Excalibur" with "Utopia". Gauche activates the effect of "Excalibur", detaching the Overlay Units to double its ATK to 4000. Yuma detaches an Overlay Unit to activate the "Moon Barrier" effect of "Utopia", negating his own attack. Gauche reminds him that at the end of the Battle Phase both monsters will be destroyed and Yuma will lose via the effect of the Field Spell. Yuma says he still has one more card and activates "Double or Nothing!" from his hand. As an attack was negated, that monster's ATK can be doubled. The ATK of "Utopia" becomes 5000. He orders "Utopia" to attack with "Hope Sword Double Slash". Gauche's Life Points fall to 0.

Mr.Heartland yells that its been decided - the last semifinalist will be Yuma. Gauche apologizes to Droite for losing and compliments Yuma for his great guts. They both agree it was fun. Gauche hands Yuma "Excalibur", saying he should take it with him, but adds that if Yuma Duels like he did at the beginning again, Gauche will not forgive him. Astral says that Duelists receive the feelings of Duelists who lose and that Gauche wishes to pass his feelings onto Yuma. Yuma thanks him and Gauche says he's counting on him, while they shake hands.

Back at the Duel Field's start, Tori is still waiting for Yuma and angrily yells for him to come get her.

Main EventEdit

  • Yuma face-off Gauche in battle that rock dueling soul.

Featured DuelEdit

Yuma vs. GaucheEdit

Yuma
Yuma hits a Trap Point. It is "Cemetary Bomb", which inflicts 100 damage to him for each card in his Graveyard. It damages him for an unspecified value. He changes lanes to avoid another Trap Point. He then arrives at the Duel Field where Gauche is waiting.

This Duel takes place at a Duel Field, "Dangerous Canyon". It is treated as a face-up Field Spell Card. Its effect will inflict 200 damage to a monster's controller each time a monster is Summoned in Attack Position or declares an attack. Though the Duel also takes place on the Duel Coaster, regular rules are used. Both Duelists begin with the amount of Life Points they had when the Duel Coaster previously ended. In this case, Yuma has 100, while Gauche has 4000.

Turn 1: Gauche
Gauche Normal Summons "Heroic Challenger Double Lance" (1700/900) (Gauche 4000 → 3800). Gauche treats "Double Lance" as two Overlay Units for the Xyz Summon of a "Heroic Champion" monster, overlaying it to Xyz Summon "Heroic Champion - Gandiva" (2100/1800) in Attack Position (Gauche 3800 → 3600). Gauche Sets two cards.

Turn 2: Yuma
As Yuma's Life Points are 2000 or less, Gauche activates his face-down "Heroic Gift", making Yuma's Life Points 4000 (Yuma 100 → 4000) and drawing two cards. Yuma Sets a monster and a card.

Turn 3: Gauche
Gauche Normal Summons "Heroic Challenger Night-Attack Cantera" (1200/???) (Gauche 3600 → 3400). "Cantera" attacks the Set monster (Gauche 3400 → 3200), with its effect activating, destroying it without damage calculation as it is in face-down Defense Position. Yuma activates the effect of "Mogumole" as it was destroyed and sent to the Graveyard, Special Summoning it (800/800) in Defense Position. Gauche activates the effect of "Gandiva", detaching a Overlay Unit to destroy a Special Summoned Level 4 or lower monster. "Mogumole" is destroyed. "Gandiva" attacks directly, but Yuma activates his face-down "Battle Break", which would destroy the attacking monster and end the Battle Phase. Gauche activates his face-down "Battler's Pride", negating the activation of "Battle Break" as it ends a battle. The attack continues (Yuma 4000 → 1900, Gauche 3200 → 3000).

Turn 4: Yuma
Yuma Normal Summons "Gagaga Magician" (1500/1200) (Yuma 1900 → 1700). Yuma equips it with "One-Shot Wand", increasing its ATK by 800 (1500 → 2300). "Gagaga Magiciain" attacks "Gandiva" (Yuma 1700 → 1500), but Gauche activates his face-down "Heroic Advance" as a "Heroic Champion" monster was targeted for an attack. The target is changed to a Level 4 or lower "Heroic Challenger" monster, whose ATK is doubled. "Cantera" becomes the new target (1200 → 2400). Neither monster will be destroyed by battle (Yuma 1500 → 1400). Yuma activates the effect of "One-Shot Wand", destroying it to draw a card, which is "Grandran". Yuma Special Summons it via its own effect in Attack Position as his opponent controls an Xyz Monster (0/1400) (Yuma 1400 → 1200). Yuma overlays his two Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Gagaga Gunman" (1500/2400) in Defense Position. As it is Defense Position, Yuma activates its effect, detaching an Overlay Unit to inflict 800 damage to Gauche (Gauche 3000 → 2200). Yuma Sets two cards.

Turn 5: Gauche
Gauche equips "Gandiva" with "Xyz Jeweled Crown", changing it from a Rank 4 Xyz Monster to a Level 4 monster and allowing to be treated as two Overlay Units for an Xyz Summon. Gauche overlays his three Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Heroic Champion - Kusanagi" (2500/???) in Attack Position (Gauche 2200 → 2000). Gauche activates "Fighter's Charm", changing "Gagaga Gunman" to Attack Position and making its ATK equal to its DEF for this turn (1500 → 2400)."Kusanagi" attacks "Gagaga Gunman" (Gauche 2000 → 1800), but Yuma activates his face-down "Overlay Buster", increasing the DEF of "Gagaga Gunman" by 500 (2400 → 2900). Gauche activates the effect of "Kusanagi", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate the activation and effect of "Overlay Buster" and increase the ATK of "Kusangi" by 500 ("Gagaga Gunman 2900 → 2400, "Kusanagi" 2500 → 3000) until the End Phase. The attack continues and Yuma activates his face-down "Fighting Band", preventing either monster from being destroyed by battle (Yuma 1200 → 600). Gauche Sets two cards. At this point, the Duel Coaster portion ends and "Dangerous Canyon" is replaced by "Battleground of the Setting Sun". When a player has two or more monsters at the beginning of their Battle Phase, they must target one of them and destroy all monsters they control except the targeted one. Direct attacks are not allowed and each time a monster is destroyed by battle, its controller will take 300 damage.

Turn 6: Yuma
Yuma activates the effect of "Gagaga Gunman" as it in Attack Position, detaching an Overlay Unit to increase its ATK by 1000 and decrease the ATK of "Kusanagi" by 500 ("Gagaga Gunman" 1500 → 2500", Kusanagi" 2500 → 2000). "Gagaga Gunman" attacks "Kusanagi", but Gauche activates his face-down "Heroic Change", which would let him Tribute a "Heroic" monster and Special Summon a "Heroic" monster from his Graveyard. He then activates the effect of "Kusanagi", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate "Heroic Change" and increase the ATK of "Kusanagi" by 500 (2000 → 2500). The attack continues and both monsters are destroyed (Gauche 1800 → 1500, Yuma 600 → 300). Gauche activates his face-down "Xyz Hot Blooded Battle!!" as one Xyz Monster both players control were destroyed at the same time. He pays 1000 Life Points (Gauche 1500 → 500), to let both players Special Summon monsters from their Extra Deck with Ranks equal to the the destroyed monsters'. The destroyed monsters are attached as Overlay Units for the new ones and both monsters will be destroyed at the End Phase. Gauche Special Summons "Heroic Champion - Excalibur" (2000/2000) in Attack Position and Yuma Special Summons "Number 39: Utopia" (2500/2000) in Attack Position. The Special Summoned monsters must battle one another. Gauche activates the effect of "Excalibur", detaching an Overlay Unit to double its ATK (2000 → 4000). Yuma activates the effect of "Utopia", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate the attack. Yuma activates "Double or Nothing!", doubling the ATK of "Utopia" during the Damage Step as its attack was negated (2500 → 5000). "Excalibur" is destroyed (Gauche 500 → 0).

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