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Template:Infobox1 "The Disappearing Bonds! Yuma VS Shark, the Fated Duel!!" is the sixty-first episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime.

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It start out with Mr. Heartland shouting - the field for heated duelist's fight here come the Duel Tower. The door at stadium's floor opens and a large tower decorated with the WDC logo and four other platforms at it. He wishs good fight from heartily Warriors in this Duel Field piercing in the sky. The AR Vision appears and shows who faces who - Yuma vs. Reginald Kastle and Vetrix vs. Kite. Bronk asks who win, Yuma or Shark. Caswell responses that Yuma and Shark have Dueled before - Yuma should know all of Shark's plays. Flip is disbelieving, saying that Shark will know Yuma's plays too and doubting that Yuma would remember all of Shark's. Cathy asks whose side Flip is on and angrily scratches him across the face with her cat-nails multiple times, leaving deep, red marks. Tori is worried about Number C32: Shark Drake Vice that was Summoned in Shark's Duel with IV, not sure if Yuma could defeat it. She wishes Yuma to be careful.

Then, Mr. Heartland announces the beginning of first round of semi-finals and calls out Yuma as a "miracle boy" who played in tournament who advance to finals by miracle. Yuma enters the stadium hoping around and falls onto one of the tower's lowered platforms. meanwhile Shark strats to enter and Mr. Heartland calls of all against duelists that exile in duel by scandal and know also revived heroically "the revenger", Reginald Kastle. Shark's face is expressionless and Yuma wonders if there's something wrong with him. Their platform rises and Mr. Heartland says that two heroes fight in emergency stage now. He wonders who will advance to the final match out of these two and says the duel will start by open fire now.

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Yuma is still don't know what happened to Shark. Astral tells Yuma that Numbers maked him fell into the darkness. Even though Shark gained a "Chaos Number" in Duel with Quattro, it was only possible through the darkness power of "Number" is dominated him completely. At the private box seat, Vetrix watches on TV. He wonders who will win the Duel, but he says that he has already decided the winner and laughs in what he have done. Yuma tells Shark to wake up, but Shark continues to ignore him while setting his D-Pad and D-Gazer. Astral says if he has been really dominated by the Numbers instinct of duel should have been further sharpened. Yuma then sets his own D-Padand D-Gazer and the Duel begins.

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Yuma takes the first turn and sets a monster and a card. Astral comments that he's Set "Dododo Bot" and "Impenetrable Attack". With 1900 DEF and the Trap Card's effect, Yuma will have a good chance of surviving the first turn. Shark take his turn and normal Summons "Spear Shark". It has 1600 ATK, so Yuma is excited. Astral tells him that to not let his guards under Shark. Shark attacks and Astral is shocked that he'd be so reckless. "Spear Shark" launches a spearhead at the Set monster. "Dododo Bot" is flipped and the spearhead rebounds of its shield, bouncing back at Shark and inflicting 300 damage. Still expressionless, Shark is thrown backwards. Heartland is shocked as well, saying he received damage as he attacked casually. Bronk says he has never seen Shark like this and Flip compares it to how Yuma used to Duel in the past. Caswell suggests that Shark may be expecting Yuma to know his plays, so using a different strategy could throw him off. Bronk asks if he means he received damage on purpose then. Shark rises to his feet, Sets a card and ends his turn. Yuma says he could feel a strong fighting spirit in his previous Duels with Shark. Astral reminds him not to let his guard down and to be careful of that Set card. Yuma summons "Gogogo Golem" and switches "Dododo Bot" to Attack Position. Astral tries to warn Yuma off, but he attacks "Spear Shark" with "Gogogo Golem". "Spear Shark" is destroyed and Shark's Life Points fall to 3500 as he's thrown backwards again.
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Yuma muses that he still hasn't recovered and orders "Dododo Bot" to attack directly with "Thunder Blade". Lightning strikes Shark and his Life Points fall to 1700 as he screams in pain. Heartland wonders if Shark will stand after such overwhelming attacks. Yuma tells Shark to stand and come at him as he had in their previous Duels. The aduince begins to cheer Shark's name and Bronk says he can't believe Shark was damaged like that so easily. Yuma says that Shark's nickname came from the way he Duels - and he hasn't showing it. A shark who is unwilling to fight is not a Shark. Yuma examines his hand, which contains "Bonds of Rival", "Gogogo Ghost", "Half Unbreak" and "Traplin". He Sets a card and ends his turn, urging Shark on again.
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While Shark tries to stand up, he ponders to himself that he has forgotten why he is Dueling. Vetrix then appears before him in his mind's eye and asks if he's forgotten. Shark confirms him as "Vetrix" and Vetrix is pleased that he at least remembers him. He says that though Shark's memories have faded, all will be fine if he listens to Vetrix. He tells Shark that he is Dueling for him. He calls Shark his puppet and his Crest radiates out from eye. In reality, Shark viciously shakes on the ground. Mr. Heartland wonders what's happening to Shark. Vetrix asks if Shark remembers who he must defeat yet. He adds an image of Quattro playing "Flaming Hell Blessing" against Rio. Quattro's form is replaced by Vetrix - and then by Dr. Faker. Shark says he remembers that name and Vetrix says he should - it was Faker that injured his sister after all. Shark believes him and Vetrix adds that there's one more person he must defeat - the one in front of him now. Faker's image is replaced by Yuma's, who laughs evilly. Vetrix says that Yuma has always tried to stop Shark's goal and that he worked with Dr. Faker.

Finally Shark gets to his feet, Shark is glowing with Vetrix's power. He tells Yuma that what he did was unforgivable. Yuma is confused and Shark says it's all Yuma's fault as Vetrix's crest glows on the back of his hand. Yuma asks if it's Vetrix controlling Shark rather than the "Number". Astral responds that would seem to be the case. Vetrix speaks to himself, saying that you could say that - or more precisely, the "Number" that served Vetrix has fused with Shark, making him a puppet. Vetrix tells Shark to eliminate Yuma now. Shark Normal Summons "Two-Head Shark" and activates "Aqua Jet", increasing its ATK to 2200 until the End Phase. It attacks "Gogogo Golem", but Yuma activates his face-down "Impenetrable Attack", which would prevent his monster's destruction this turn. Shark activates the "Shark Spark" Quick-Play Spell Card from his hand, negating "Impenetrable Attack". The attack continues and "Two-Head Shark" destroys "Gogogo Golem" by biting its arms off. Yuma's Life Points fall to 3600. Tori yells Yuma's name and Shark reveals that "Two-Head Shark" may attack twice per Battle Phase. It rips "Dododo Bot" apart, dropping Yuma's Life Points to 3200 and his body to the ground. The crowd cheers and Heartland complements Shark for launching a counterattack when he almost at the point of surrender, finishing with "Heart Burning!" Bronk says Shark is acting completely different now and Caswell asks what's going on. Flip suggests that Shark was feigning the whole thing by acting like a "kitten", causing Cathy to attack him again. Shark says its not over and activates "Dead Sweep", Special Summoning "Spear Shark" from his Graveyard with its ATK reduced by 1000. He orders "Spear Shark" to attack directly and avenge his sister, dropping Yuma to 2600.

Yuma thinks Shark is much stronger when he's playing seriously like this, but Astral disagrees, saying he's even stronger than that due to Vetrix. Yuma asks if Vetrix distorted his memories and Astral says its likely - Vetrix had done something similiar to Tres when he Dueled Yuma. Shark Sets a card and adds that the ATK of "Two-Head Shark" returns to normal now. Vetrix is impressed that Shark destroyed two monsters and got a direct attack so effortlessly. He adds that it's expected of the assassin he chose for Dr. Faker. Yuma says he must save Shark and Astral reminds him of the "Number" that Shark evolved. He says they must dispel Vetrix's influence before its Summoned. Yuma Normal Summons "Gogogo Ghost", who attacks "Spear Shark". Shark activates his face-down "Zeus' Breath", negating the attack and inflicting 800 damage to Yuma as he controls a WATER monster. Yuma's friends are worried as his Life Points fall to 1800. Bronk says Shark is Dueling flawlessly and Flip says that the real Duel has only just started. Yuma rises to his feet and Sets a card. Shark says its no use - Yuma can't defeat him. He says he'll avenge his sister now. Yuma insists it wasn't him - it was Vetrix. Shark doesn't believe him and that it's unforgivable that Yuma won't even admit his crime. He will send Yuma to hell with his own hands - and his "Number". Astral points out that Shark already has two Level 4 monsters out. Shark Normal Summons "Shocktopus" and immediately overlays it with his other monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 32: Shark Drake" in Attack Position. Vetrix tells him to bury Yuma alive.


Featured CardsEdit

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

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