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Episode Summary
65: Mime Control, Part 1
by: klaas mallie

While Joey celebrates his victory over Weevil and the new addition to his
Deck Insect Queen, and Yami Bakura visits the Domino Museum, Mariks servant
Strings is searching for the Pharaoh to duel for his Millenium Puzzle.
Yami accepts and Marik reveals that he has one of his two Egyptian God
Cards in his Deck, which Yami will win, if he can win.

Marik goes first, summoning Humanoid Slime (4/800/2000) in attack mode,
and setting a card facedown. Thinking that Marik is luring him into
attacking, Yami decides not to attack and makes the same move by playing
a card facedown and summoning Gazelle, the King of Mythical Beasts
(4/1500/1200), also in attack mode (his defense is shown as 2100).
Marik calls the Pharaoh a fool,because his set card isn't a Trap and
summons the reptile Worm Drake (4/1400/1500), then fusing it with the
Slime by Polymerization (but the card you see is De-Fusion), to form
Humanoid Worm Drake (7/2200/2000). Yami says that, according to the
Battle City rules, Fusion monsters must wait one turn before they can
attack, but Marik reveals his set card to be Quick Attack, which means
that the Worm Drake can attack in this turn. Marik attacks.

But Yami was prepared for this move, and activates De-Fusion to tear
Humanoid Worm Drake apart in the monsters that were used to form him.
(The real De-Fusion works on a Fusion Monster of your choice, but you
can only Special Summon the Fusion-parts if they are in your Graveyard,
not in the opponent's.) With Mariks turn over, Yami draws Buster Blader,
but he holds off playing it (which he couldn't by the way, Buster Blader
needs two tributes to summon it), instead summoning Beta the Magnet
Warrior (4/1700/1600). Marik loses both his monsters in the next attacks,
and his Lifepoints lower to 3000.

Mariks congratulates the Pharaoh, by seeing through his real plan, but
he was only testing his skills. Now, they will go over to round two.
Marik summons Revival Jam (4/1500/500) in defense position and activates
the Jam Breeding Machine, which will create a Slime Token in each of
his turns. Knowing that Marik is using the Breeding Machine to make
three Slime Tokens, so that he can summon his Egyptian God Card, Yami
decides to destroy them before that can happen. He sacrifices Gazelle
and Beta for Buster Blader (7/2600/2300), and attacks Revival Jam,
destroying it. But after the attack, the Jam reforms and Marik explains
that Revival Jam is immortal, so the Pharaoh can't touch Mariks
Lifepoints.

(In the real game, you can choose to revive Revival Jam when it's
destroyed in battle, but it costs 1000 Lifepoints each time. If it
had no cost, Revival Jam would see much more play.)

Mariks turn begins and the Machine breeds the first Token (4/500/0).
But Yami says that each Slime Token is summoned in attack mode, so
when Buster Blader destroys them each turn, Marik will lose the duel
in two turns. Mariks tells the Pharaoh not to count on it, and he sets
a card facedown. Yami has no choice but to attack the Slime Token, which
he does, but Marik has expected this move and activates the Jam Defender,
and the attack is shifted to Revival Jam, which is destroyed and
reformed. Marik says that Jam Defender is a permanent Trap, so the
Pharaoh won't touch neither his Slime Tokens, nor his Lifepoints.

In Mariks turn, a second Slime Token appears and Marik activates
the Nightmare Steel Cage to prevent Yami and himself from attacking
for two turns (Swords of Revaling Light is better). In his next turn,
Marik says, this duel will be over!



- Klaas Mallie

 


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