This is the only Season 3 episode not to be dubbed or aired in the United States, as the previous episode was the last episode to air in the US, therefore giving Yu-Gi-Oh! GX an abrupt ending in the dub. 4Kids had planned to air the fourth season, but they opted against it, and instead aired the English dub of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's.
The result of this duel makes Yubel unique among Yu-Gi-Oh! villains. In every duel she has fought, she either won, or the duel ended without a clear winner. She has never truly lost, thus making her unique compared to other antagonists.
Jaden seems surprised that Yubel summoned herself to the field, but he shouldn't since he has seen this from other opponents as well.
When Zane's life points drop to 200, the life point meter goes down, and then goes back up before going back down to 200.
Zane calls E-Emergency Call a Trap Card, Hero Barrier a Spell Card (which both aren't) and says that Jaden was going to fuse Sparkman and Spark Blaster, which is impossible since Polymerization needs monsters not Spell or Trap Cards.
When Jaden was having flashbacks, the fire was blue, but in the original version, the fire was red.
On his second turn, Aster refers to Diamond Dude as Destiny Dude.
In the dubbed episode, when Adrian looks at his Exodia cards, they weren't changed at all from the Japanese version of the episode.
when the Supreme King activated Dark Calling he said "I summon the spell card Dark Calling", instead of "I activate the spell card Dark Calling".
A big plot hole occurs when the Supreme King uses Dark Calling to summon Infernal Sniper. He says he is removing Clayman and Burstinatrix from play. However, Burstinatrix was never sent to his Graveyard by any move he previously made, and thus couldn't have been there.
The Trap Card that Axel tried to activate against the Supreme King was "Firewall". Even if he had successfully activated it, it would have done nothing, because he had no Monsters in his Graveyard to remove from play.
When Kozaky's card was introduced in a TCG version, it was altered, and his demonic horns were removed. Oddly, in this dubbed version of the anime, his horns remain.
During Syrus' first dream Jaden says Elemental Hero Avian, but when we see the close-up it's Elemental Hero Tempest.
The Spell Card that Bronn uses to Special Summon Reign-Beaux from the Graveyard is referred to as "Corridor to Dark World". The actual name of this card is "Gateway to Dark World".
Osamu incorrectly refers to Clown Zombie as Crass Clown.
During Jaden's flashback to his childhood, his friend duels him and attacks directly with Skull Servant, Dragon Zombie, and Clown Zombie but when their card form is shown, Clown Zombie showed the box for ATK and DEF in addition to the box for the card's text when it should've looked like Dragon Zombie and Skull Servant.
If you look closely, after Jaden destroys Uria, Lord of Searing Flames with Elemental Hero Chaos Neos, they show Jaden's duel disk which appears to have Elemental Hero Mariner on the field, even though Jaden sent Mariner to the graveyard before he summoned Chaos Neos.
Zane says that since he removed three Machines to fuse Chimeratech Overdragon, it can attack directly three times per turn. However it can only attack three monsters per turn.
Marcel referred to his "Break the Seal" cards as Spell Cards. However, the purple borders indicate that they are Trap Cards.
When Marcel laid out the Exoida pieces at the end of their duel, their card parts weren't altered to their usual Spellbinding Circle-like images.
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