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Yu-Gi-Oh!

Season 4 Episode 34

A Duel with Dartz (2)

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM May 07, 2005 on The WB
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Before the duel continues, Dartz shows them what happened in ancient Atlantis. He explains how the Orichalcos appeared and corrupted the hearts of the humans and turned people into monsters, including his own wife, Iona. Dartz was shown the truth, however, when he encountered an Orichalcos stone and it explained everything to him and gave him the power of the Great Leviathan. His father, Ironheart, and daughter, Chris, tried to stop him by gaining the help of the monsters from the Dominion of the Beasts, but neither side was victorious. Dartz wants to finish the battle he began 10,000 years ago, and explains that due to his Orichalcos Kyutora's ability, his Life Points are safe from Yami Yugi and Kaiba's last attack. He then plays Orichalcos Deuteros, the second level of the Seal. As the duel progresses, things look dim for Yami Yugi and Kaiba, especially when Dartz plays his Mirror Knight Calling card which summons four Mirror Knights to the field. Kaiba destroys Mirror Knight Calling with his Ring of Destruction card, taking the armor off revealing them to be the souls of Yugi, Joey, Mai, and Pegasus. With Yami Yugi playing against the souls of his friends, will he be able to win?moreless

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  • The battle between Yugi Kabaia VS Dartaz contiue

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    Before the duel continues, Dartz shows them what happened in ancient Atlantis. He explains how the Orichalcos appeared and corrupted the hearts of the humans and turned people into monsters, including his own wife, Iona. Dartz was shown the truth, however, when he encountered an Orichalcos stone and it explained everything to him and gave him the power of the Great Leviathan. His father, Ironheart, and daughter, Chris, tried to stop him by gaining the help of the monsters from the Dominion of the Beasts, but neither side was victorious. Dartz wants to finish the battle he began 10,000 years ago, and explains that due to his Orichalcos Kyutora's ability, his Life Points are safe from Yami Yugi and Kaiba's last attack. He then plays Orichalcos Deuteros, the second level of the Seal. As the duel progresses, things look dim for Yami Yugi and Kaiba, especially when Dartz plays his Mirror Knight Calling card which summons four Mirror Knights to the field. Kaiba destroys Mirror Knight Calling with his Ring of Destruction card, but because of that, the Mirror Knights are revealed to be the souls of Yugi, Joey, Mai, and Pegasus. With Yami Yugi playing against the souls of his friends.moreless

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Kaiba: Please tell me that storytime is over. I'd like to duel.

    • Dartz: The first special effect of my Orichalcos Deteuros is that each turn, I receive 500 points for every monster on my side of the field.
      Kaiba: What?! How are we supposed to wipe him out?
      Dartz: You're not.

    • Pharaoh: I activate Diffusion!
      Dartz: Talk about luck of the draw.
      Pharaoh: It's not luck. It's through teamwork and determination that we have avoided your attacks.
      Dartz: You have a little speech for everything, don't you, Pharaho?

    • Dartz: Listen closely as I teach you a little lesson of my own, and I assure you it has nothing to do with teamwork or friendship.

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    • Leviathan: Meaning twisted or coiled, it has become synonymous with a large sea creature or whale. The word appears six times in the bible (Genesis 1:21, Book of Job 3:8; 41, Psalms 74: 14; 104:24-26 and Isaiah 27:1)

      Leviathan is the title of Thomas Hobbes' 1651 work on the social contract and the origins of creation of an ideal state, and his proper name for the Commonwealth.

      In Paradise Lost, Milton uses the term Leviathan to describe the size and power of Satan, the ruler of many kingdoms.

      In the novel Moby Dick Leviathan refers to great whales

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