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Template:Infobox1 "The Scheme of a Horrifying Darkness! Tron's True Form Is Revealed!?" is the sixty-third episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. It first aired in Japan on July 9, 2012.

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At Heartland Tower, Kite speaks with Hart is still comatose . He tells him he's leaving for the semifinals now and promises to defeat the remaining two Duelists to save Hart. Suddenly in intense pain, he falls to his knees. Orbital 7 rushes over, concerned. Kite vows not to let anything stand in his way until he finishes hunting the Number Cards.

At Duel Coaster Stadium, Mr. Heartland announces that the first semifinal match resulted in the victory of Yuma Tsukumo. Yuma's friends are excited for his victory. Mr. Heartland continues to announce that the next semifinal match will consist of the "Mysterious boy", Tron, whose background is unknown and who burst onto the scene suddenly. He adds that his ability should not be questioned though, as Tron enters the arena. The person that will face him is "the lonely and absolute genius", Kite Tenjo, who has no recorded losses. The crowd cheers and Heartland thinks to himself that he will leave it to Kite - he must defeat Tron. Kite walks down the hallway towards the arena with Orbital, and is stopped by Yuma, who runs up from behind him. He tells Kite he can't lose the duel - they have a score to settle and Yuma wishes to Duel him again. Kite agrees, but addresses Astral instead of Yuma. Yuma is disappointed, but Kite tells both of them to wait for him the final. Yuma is excited to be included now. Kite enters the arena and Heartland says that both players have gathered, so they will now ascend the Duel Tower. Yuma runs out, with Astral asking where he's going. He says he doesn't want to watch from the stands and attempts to leap to the already rising platform. He manages to grab the edge with both hands. He looks back and almost falls. Orbital calls him an idiot, but helps him up to the platform. Kite says he can watch if he wants.

Heartland wonders who will win and says that the clock that times the Duel of the century will start now. He finishes with "Heart Burning!" Yuma urges Kite to do his best and Orbital mutters that Kite must take care of his body. Tron giggles and Kite asks what he's laughing about. Tron responds that he's not laughing, he's shaking in excitement. He says he can feel the eyes of a betrayer on him and turns, urging Dr. Faker to enjoy this while he can. From his room, Faker is watching the Duel and mutters "Tron", then corrects himself, by now having realized that Tron is Byron Arclight. He's impressed that Byron survived as he did, but adds that anyone who obstructs his goals will be crushed. Kite tells Tron he still remembers well what Tron did to Hart and adds that he'll eliminate Tron for Hart's sake, pointing. Tron tells him to stop getting so worked up and claims he has a big surprise for Kite. Kite undergoes Photon Transformation, his D-Gazer tattoo appears on his eye and Orbital launches his D-Pad onto his wrist. A gauntlet appears on Tron's wrist in a flash of blue light and his D-Pad materializes on top of that in a flash of red light.

Kite says he'll go first and Normal Summons "Photon Crusher", equipping it with "Photon Spear", which changes its club into a spear. He explains that a "Photon" monster equipped with this card can be treated as two Tributes as "Photon Crusher" splits into two. Yuma says that means that there are two monsters with 2000 or more ATK and Astral says its coming already. Kite Tributes "Crusher" to Special Summon "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon" from his hand in Attack Position. As it roars, Kite appears to be in pain, worrying Yuma and Orbital. Tron seems intrigued as Kite Sets a card and ends his turn. Tron giggles and speculates that collecting the "Numbers" has taken its toll on Kite. His red eyes glows and he seems to perform an infrared scan on Kite. His body has numerous cracks in it. He thinks Kite must barely be able to stand with his body so full of wounds. Kite is angry and Tron says its too bad he can't go to the nurse's office now. Yuma asks Orbital what's going on with kite is Kite alright? Orbital simply says "about that" and trails off.

Tron begins his turn and Normal Summons "Heraldic Beast Basilisk". He then activates the "Blast Medallion" Equip Spell Card, revealing that he's equipping it to "Galaxy-Eyes". Yuma wonders what the Equip Spell would do that Tron would want to equip it his opponent's monster. "Galaxy-Eyes" is entwined in chains and Tron declares an attack with "Basilisk", whose body is surrounded with flames. Yuma says that its ATK is 1000 - it can't defeat "Galaxy-Eyes". Tron explains that when "Basilisk" battles, its effect can destroy itself and the battling monster - and when a monster equipped with "Blast Medallion" is destroyed, half of the equipped monster's ATK will be inflicted to its controller as damage. Kite activates the effect of "Galaxy-Eyes", banishing both monsters. Astral says that allowed him to escape from the effect of "Blast Medallion". Yuma says he'd expect no less from Kite and Kite orders "Galaxy-Eyes" to return. Both monsters return and Tron Sets a card, ending his turn. Tron is impressed, asking if Kite does all of this just for his brother. He says its good to have a goal and that he himself has one too - revenge on Kite's father. Faker himself is watching, stone-faced. After being thrown into the other world, Torn says all he could do was walk and his body was transformed into its current form. He claims he has already lost everything and has become completely empty. He produces a small energy ball in his hand, which then vanishes. The only thing he wishes to protect is his revenge against Faker.

Kite asks why he was willing to sacrifice his own son, V for that. Tron asks if Kite is trying to lecture him - isn't he hunting souls for his brother? He admits that Kite's intentions may have been good initially, but speculates that Kite grew to enjoy the hunt. Tron says they are quite similiar like both willing to sacrifice anything to achieve their goals. Kite tells him to shut up he does not care what Tron says as long as Hart is saved. Kite asks Tron to let him hunt that "hopeless soul" of Tron's - and crush it with his own hands. He continues the Duel, Normal Summoning "Photon Satellite". He explains that when it is Summoned it gains Levels equal to those of another "Photon" monster on the field. With "Galaxy-Eyes" out, the Level of "Satellite" becomes 9. He also reveals that it can be used as two Overlay Units for an Xyz Summon. He overlays it, asking that the feelings of Chris be turned into a iron hammer to swing at his foolish father, calling forth Number 9: Canopy Star - Dyson Sphere. It appears in the sky around Heartland, covering all of the stadium in shadow.


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[1] Template:Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL episodes/season 1

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