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Template:Infobox1 "The Three Heroes Unite, One Last Duel For The Future!" is the sixty-ninth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. It aired on August 27, 2012 on TV Tokyo.

PreviewEdit

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Main eventEdit

SynopsisEdit

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Yuma, Shark and Kite hold their ace cards aloft, Yuma clams that there hearts are resolved - with the future of everyone at stake, they challenge Dr. Faker to a Duel. Faker accepts there challenge. Meanwile Astral trapped inside Sphere Field, whispers "Yuma...". Tori, kneeling by the bronked Orbital 7, tells Yuma to show Faker his strongest kattobingu. Faker says there is nothing they can do to him now - he'll crush them to pieces here and now. Yuma declares he will be the one to be crushed to pieces, while Kite vows to make Faker pay. Shark adds that he will crush Faker's absurd ambitions. Faker say he can hardly believes they would oppose him. Then, the Sphere Field glows with pink electricity which hits Faker. He rises from this throne and his clothes tear as robotic parts are revealed underneath, which expand. A chrome plate latches over Faker's left eye, functioning as his Duel Gazer. Faker tells them he will take on all three at once. Yuma and Shark then set there D-Pads and Duel Gazers while Kite changes to Photon Transformation, his D-Pad flying in from off-screen. Astral mutters he begs the three of them - the future is in their hands.

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Faker addresses the three that they will share 4000 Life Points, while he has 12000 life point. He declares to take first turn and draws. He sends the "Garbage Ogre" in his hand to the Graveyard to add a "Garbage Lord" from his Deck to his hand. He reveals he may pay 1000 Life Points to Special Summon "Garbage Lord" from his hand. He pays 3000 Life Points to Special Summon three copies of "Garbage Lord", which appear in Attack Position, laughing. Yuma surprised that Faker has three monsters. Kite asks Yuma if he is afraid. Shark comments that something must be coming. Faker overlays his three Level 5 "Garbage Lord" and fierce winds blare through the room, causing Tori to shout. Faker tells them to take a look at the strongest "Number", which stands on a pinnacle above all others. He instructs it to "equip the supernatural armor and shock the world." It begins to form out of mist, as the "Numbers" cards float around Astral inside the Sphere Field. Astral appears weaker and comments that the powers of the "Numbers" were absorbed. Finally, the "Number" appears - "Number 53: Fake-Body God, Heart-eartH". Shark adds thet it has only 100 ATK, while Faker reveals that it is immune to all of their monster Spell and Trap effects. Setting two cards, Faker ends his turn.

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Yuma tells Kite and Shark - he'll go next, but Shark warns him that there must be something else that "Number" can do. Yuma claims he can defeat it since it has only 100 ATK. Faker is pleased his first opponent is Yuma and adds he'll eliminate him first then. Yuma asks how that could happen - he is beside Shark and Kite, his friends that he gained due to Astral. He Declares he'll save Astral for sure, Yuma draws and then Normal Summons "Goblindbergh". Three "Goblinberghs" appear carrying a metal box on chains between them as Yuma explains that when he Summons "Goblindbergh", he can Special Summon a Level 4 or lower monster from his hand. The box opens and "Gagaga Magician" drops out of it in Attack Position. He overlays his two Level 4 monsters to Xyz Summon "Number 39: Utopia" in Attack Position, referring to it as "the bond between him and Astral. Faker isn't surprised to see "Utopia", but activates his face-down Continuous Trap Card, "Battle Route". As long as its face-up and Faker controls a monster, his opponents must attack it with their Attack Position monsters if they choose to conduct a Battle Phase. Shark is confused as to what Faker is doing. Yuma asks what he means and Kite answers that the "Number" has only 100 ATK - why would he activate a trap that forces battle? Yuma asks if his goal is to be attacked then. Kite confirms it, so they cannot let their guard down. Yuma disagrees and immediately declares an attack. Faker says Yuma's ignorance is just as large as Kazuma's back then. Yuma continues with "Hope Sword Slash", but Faker reveals one of the effects of "Heart-eartH". When it is attacked, he may equip it with a monster from his Graveyard.

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Faker then equips "Garbage Ogre", who floats upward and is absorbed into the heart of "Heart-eartH". This allows it to gain the original ATK of the monster that is attacking it, so its ATK rises to 2600. Kite realizes what Faker was planning now and Shark says that even if that card has low ATK, it can always exceed the ATK of the attacking monster. Faker declares "Fake Burn", but Yuma activates the effect of "Utopia", detaching an Overlay Unit to negate his own attack. Shark tells Yuma that was good and that he should continue. Yuma activates "Double or Nothing!", doubling the ATK of "Utopia" to 5000 and letting it attack again as its attack was negated. He attacks with "Hope Blade Slash" again. Seeing the impact, Yuma says this is his hope. Faker laughs and declares such hope as to be nothing but trash before him. His Life Points at 6600, Faker says he will grind the hope to dust and explains that he can send the equipped monster to the Graveyard to prevent the destruction of "Heart-eartH" by battle. "Garbage Ogre" falls from the heart of "Heart-eartH" back into the Graveyard portal. When this happens, Faker can inflict damage equal to half the amount of the increase in the ATK of "Heart-eartH", which launches a beam from its core, hitting and Yuma and throwing him onto the ground, his teams' Life Points at 2750. Toriyells his name and Faker continues he's now using the effect of "Heart-eartH" that requires an Overlay Unit to be detached - he can gain Life Points equal to the damage he inflicted, so his Life Points rise to 7850 as he cackles. Kite and Shark are shocked at these abilities as Astral declares that this truly is the strongest "Number". In pain, Yuma Sets a card and ends his turn.

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Then Shark walks forward, telling Yuma he's Dueling as lackluster as always, but still saying he did a good job. He draws, claiming he'll bite Faker to pieces with his sharp fangs. He grunts in pain and Yuma asks Shark what's wrong. He claims he's fine, but he's bleeding heavily - he was injured by a litterbot's scythe in the battle. Faker asks if Shark is scared. He tells Faker to shut up and Normal Summons "Hammer Shark". He says he can use his allies' cards as well, he detaches the remaining Overlay Unit from "Utopia". Yuma is confused and upset, but Shark tells to stop complaining. He reveals that by doing this he can Special Summon "Xyz Remora" from his hand via its own effect. When its Summoned by this effect and he uses it in a Xyz Summon, it can be counted as an additional Overlay Unit for each Unit that was detached in its Summon. He overlays his two Level 4 monsters treated as three to Xyz Summon "Number 32: Shark Drake" in Attack Position. Shark tells Yuma his Dueling has given him in a hint. Yuma is confused but Shark tells him to watch. He equips "Utopia" with "Shield Fin" and asks to borrow his monster. He orders an attack with "Utopia", with Faker claiming such an attack can't defeat a genius like him. He uses the effect of "Heart-eartH", equipping "Garbage Ogre". Its ATK rises to 2600 once more. He tells Shark to disappear and yells "Fake Burn!". Shark says he was waiting for that and reveals the effect of "Shield Fin" - until the End Phase, the original ATK of the equipped monster will become 0 and it cannot be destroyed by battle. The ATK of "Utopia" drops to 0 and with it the ATK of "Heart-eartH" drops to 100, as its effect is based on the original ATK of the monster it battles. Kite compliments him, saying he discovered the weakness of "Heart-eartH". Shark adds they'll still take damage - but only 100. He says all credit for this should go to Yuma - it was Yuma's reckless attack that let him determine the weakness of "Heart-eartH".

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Shark says that the ATK boosting effect of "Heart-eartH" can only be used once per turn and since its ATK wasn't changed, its damage effect also can't be activated, Shark orders "Shark Drake" to attack with "Depth Bite". Faker's Life Points fall to 5150, with him chuckling that the hungry shark must smell the blood. He declares the attack useless and sends the equipped "Garbage Ore" to the Graveyard again, preventing the destruction by battle. Yuma is unsure how to proceed - Faker keeps recovering. Faker says he'll destroy their hope further and unveils another effect of "Heart-eartH". Detaching an Overlay Unit, he can inflict damage equal to half the damage he received. He insists they take his "genius judgment" and "Heart-eartH" fires another beam from its heart, hitting Shark and dropping the trio's Life Points to 1300. Yuma yells Shark's name, while Shark curses, saying he can't believe that Life Point recovery became an attack. Kite steps forward and glances back at Shark, who Sets a card in response and ends his turn. Kite claims he'll inherit their wills and draws. Faker calls Kite a fool - how dare he oppose him. He says he'll send them all to hell.
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Kite asks him to spare him the nonsense and raises his hand towards the Sphere Field. Vowing to save Hart, he Sets a card. Examining his hand, he sees he has "Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon", "Photon Slayer", "Photon Prevent", "Kuriphoton" and "Photon Crusher". He Normal Summons "Photon Crusher" and reveals that since he controls an Xyz Monster, he can Special Summon "Photon Slayer" from his hand via its own effect. He Tributes them both to Special Summon "Galaxy-Eyes". Tori says their bonds have been integrated now - everyone has their ace monsters out.


Meanwhile, Faker tells Kite as "my foolish son" and urges him to come. Kite falls to one knee in pain, but insists he's fine.
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Faker speculates that it seems that Kite's body has reached it's limit due to "Number" hunting. Yuma says its all because of Faker and asks if he's really qualified to be a father. Kite claims that due to Faker's sins, he and "Galaxy-Eyes" have been "contaminated" this whole time. He vows to make Faker pay for his sins. Kite thinks, knowing he can use "Shield Fin" to damage Faker, but that still leaves the problem of how to avoid the effect damage afterwards. He asks to borrow Yuma's monster, who agrees. Kite orders "Utopia" to attack, with Faker equipping "Garbage Ogre" again. Kite uses "Shield Fin" in the same way Shark did, so they take only 100 damage from "Fake Burn". Faker claims they are simply repeating the same stupidity as Kite orders "Shark Drake" to attack with "Depth Bite". Faker's Life Points fall to 2450 as "Garbage Ogre" falls from "Heart-eartH", preventing its destruction by battle. Faker detaches an Overlay Unit to inflict the same amount of damage he received. Yuma says they have only 1200 Life Points, with Astraladding its over if this hits.
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Faker addresses Kite to kneel before him. Kite says Faker will be the one to kneel and activates "Photon Prevent" negating the effect damage as he controls a "Photon" monster. Shark says he still has "Galaxy-Eyes" left to attack with and Faker has only 2450 Life Points - they can win here. Kite points at Faker, saying he always followed his orders as a Number Hunter and hunting the souls of many innocents. He realizes now it never would have helped Hart - Faker deceived him the whole time. He will save the soul of Hart and of many others by defeating Faker. He asks if Faker is ready for his "confession" and orders "Galaxy-Eyes" to attack with "Photon Stream of Destruction". "Heart-eartH" explodes and Tori says it seems they won then as Yuma dances around, excited to have defeated Faker. As the smoke clears, they see a purple dragon sitting there. Yuma wonders if its a new "Number" as Faker laughs maniacally.

Duel continues in the next episode.

Featured cardsEdit

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

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