The extraordinary battle comes an end after the ups and downs and consistent tables flipping. They not only have summoned the Crimson Dragon, but also found themselves thrown into a dimension that may have been showing them the future. If that couldn’t have made things more out of their world, they were also physically harmed by each other’s attacks. Yusei played his trap Chromic Barrier – Silver Force not only negating an attack which prevented him from being defeated right on the spot, but it also destroys all magic and traps cards on the opponent’s field. Then to deliver the final blow, he activates a speed spell that raised Stardust’s Dragon attack to 5000, in which he defeats Jack and gained the title as the new King.
– not that he cares.
NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL A DUEL! The battle was super intense, not to mention insane (in a good way) how they kept on neutralizing each other’s attacks one after another until Yusei played his trap Chromic Barrier – Silver Force not only negating an attack, but also destroys all magic and traps cards on the opponent’s field. Then to deliver the final blow, he activates a speed spell that raised Stardust’s Dragon attack to 5000. Now that was mind blowing and probably should have killed Jack considering they were physically being wounded by it.
Speaking of Jack, it’s like Yusei said, he had pretty much lost because of his pride as the King. Moreover he assumed that Yusei was going to use the same strategy as last time, not to mention – honestly maybe if he hadn’t spoken so much he’d be able to focus more on the duel itself. Now that Jack as been dethroned, I wonder what he plans to do now, but in the mean time I think he needs some medical attention.
When they went into that whole different dimension, I started laughing behind the true reason why they had Aki in that water-suit or whatever, of course it was meant for THIS SPECIFIC season where as she was taking a bath and poof, she’s suddenly flying around in a random dimension that looks like a timeline. If they haven’t then, not only it’d be totally out of blue, but people would have be scratching their heads going, “So does this blinding light and magical signer powers include giving naked ladies clothes?”
Okay now seriously speaking, it looks like the dimension was like a timeline of some sort. They went from way back in the past where they witnessed the People of the Stars ceremony in process or something, then there was a shocking display of Satellite being consumed, destroyed and marked by a Nazca Plains’ illustration of a Spider. As Jack said, what they could have been witnessing was the future destruction of Satellite. Anyhow I smell foreshadowing thanks to those purple flames engulfing the city of Satellite. If you happen to remember, this illustration has been seen back in episode 7 when Godwin was telling Jack about the people of the stars and the Nazca Plains.
Now Yusei has been entitled King. By the look of it, he’s just going to ditch it because he really isn’t the ‘king’ type of guy. According to the preview, it looks like he’s going to just try and flee the area without being surrounded by reporters. That should be very entertaining, although I honestly don’t expect that to last long.
I was rather surprised that the fifth signer did not show up, – which I find actually pretty suspicious considering they were supposed to show up in that separate dimension like the others had. While I’m on the topic, I do believe that Godwin is involved, or is connected one way or another with the last Signer. The way he reached out the very moment the scene switches to what looks like an individual arm in something that is bubbling – which could possibly be his considering he has a prosthetic.