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Crowler's Trap Card, "Damage Condenser", requires you to discard a card from your hand when you use it. Whether he actually did so is not clear (he did not say he was doing so).
In the Japanese Version, InfernoVania is HellVania.
The card used, Vampire Genesis can only be found in a Yu-Gi-Oh! Zombie's Madness Structure Deck or a Card Shop.
(Jaden wakes up from his nightmare)
Syrus: Jaden, are you okay?
Jaden: Oh, man! Weird dream. I saw a girl.
Syrus: A girl?!
Miss Fontaine: You must be feeling better if you're dreaming about girls.
Jaden: How's Nightshro-- I mean, Alexis' brother?
Miss Fontaine: I'm afraid he hasn't woken up yet. But still, he's in stable condition.
Chazz: Perhaps Crowler's lesson plans really do work.
Bastion: Be quiet. All he will do is give us more homework
Jaden: Get Up Dr. Crowler!
Crowler: I know that voice, it's slacker!
Crowler: Jaden... Avenge me, m'boy...
Crowler's lasts words before he passes out after losing.
Dr. Crowler: A Vampire?! What's next, the Boogie Man? *laughs* Who would believe something so ridiculous?
( The bat flew away and goes to Professor Banner's room, decorated with garlands of garlic everywhere)
Banner: Stay away! I know you're out there. I have a huge horror movies collection! I know all your weak spots!
The bat has an anime sweatdrop
Chazz: Hear that, Zane? Sounds like you're her type.
Banner: Or her blood type.
Chazz can hear Doctor Crowler's soul talking inside the doll his soul was trapped in. Presumably this means anyone who has a connection to Duel Spirits, such as Chazz's "Ojama Yellow" spirit, or Jaden's "Winged Kuriboh" spirit, could hear the spirits trapped in the dolls.
Doctor Crowler has a PhD. in Dueling, meaning he had to study nine years at Duel Academy to get his doctorate and official title as Doctor Crowler.
While he may seem the most pompous and pretentious teacher at Duel Academy, as well as a constant thorn in Jaden's side, this episode shows the true spirit of Doctor Crowler that few people ever see when he adamantly refuses to step aside to save himself in place of one of his students, even knowing that he is really in a shadow duel and that his soul is at stake, and he explains to all his viewing students that the reason he is so hard on them all is because he believes in them.
Given Banner's true nature (as will be seen in Episodes 44-46), why are Camilla/Camula's bats bothering to spy on him?
Look closely: Crowler's biggest mistake in this duel was using Ancient Gear Beast to attack Zombie Werewolf instead of Vampire Bat. If he had done that, Camula would not have been able to use its effect to keep it from being destroyed, and she likely would not have used Infernalvania. Plus, even if she had summoned Vampire Genesis, it could not have defeated Ancient Gear Golem without being destroyed itself. In other words, Crowler might have won if he hadn't acted on impulse.
First 3-parter in this series.
This is the first time Crowler ever says something positive about Jaden and means what he's saying. (When he introduced him "The School Duel", as someone he "loved dearly" he obviously lying because he was on camera.)
Chazz still has his Obelisk Blue uniform- he must be keeping his hopes up.
Camula has a Gold duel disk and the outward appearance of the duel disk looks like the end of bat wings.
The Shadow Riders take their first key.
This is the first non-Jaden duel against a Seven Stars.
In Japanese version Camula is names Carmilla, a vampire created by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu in the book of the same name.
Title is a pun to the Kevin Costner film Field of Dreams about a man on a quest to find different people.
This is the second time Dr. Crowler duels.
Crowler's soul gets sealed into a doll.
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