Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds Episode 152
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Scout manEnglish nameScout manJapanese name スカウトマンGenderMaleAnime debut Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's episode 152: "An Advancing Future"Anime appearancesYu-Gi-Oh! 5D'sJapanese voiceSuzune Okabe 
"An Advancing Future" is the one-hundred-and-fifty-second episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. It first aired in Japan on March 23, 2011. The episode was never dubbed, but became available to the world with official subtitles via Crunchyroll on March 10, 2015.
"Clashing Souls!" is the one-hundred-and-fifty-third episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. It first aired together with Episode 154 "Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's episode 154154", as a one hour finale special on March 30, 2011. The episode was never dubbed, but became available to the world with official subtitles via Crunchyroll on March 10, 2015.
The following is a list of episodes for the anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (遊戯王ファイブディーズ, Yūgiō Faibu Dīzu), which began airing in Japan on April 2, 2008. The series is currently licensed for release in North America by Konami. However, only 31 episodes from seasons 4 and 5 were dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment, due to low ratings, pressure to air Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, and an ongoing lawsuit from TV Tokyo and NAS.
Depending on who you ask, there are either three to five seasons (Episodes 1-26, which include the Prison Arc and the Fortune Cup, as the first season; episodes 27-64, or the Dark Signer Arc, as the second; episodes 65 to 103 as season three, 104 to 137 as the fourth, and 138 to 154 counting as a fifth) or two seasons (consolidating the entire 1-64 stretch as the first Story Arc and 65 and beyond as a second.) There is merit to all definitions, but the most common on this page is the three/five-season model.
V-Z Victoria's Secret Compartment: Sherry sneaks a card inside her breasts in episode 93. We're given a very good look at it. Vitriolic Best Buds: Jack and Crow appear to be this in times of peace, with Jack's "holier than thou" attitude and Crow's loud sharp tongue, but it when comes down to it, they're the best of friends along with Yusei, who plays the middleman in their antics. We Have Reserves: Subverted. Rudger is very shocked and furious after realizing that Demak has been defeated by Rua and Ruka, but still has a Plan B, in the form of Bommer] . Crow first agrees to lead Yusei to Old Momentum, then duels Bommer, then duels Rex, leading some in fandom to jokingly - or maybe not-so-jokingly - call him "the sixth Signer" - a title he earns in canon in Episode 64, when he gains the tail birthmark. Well-Intentioned Extremist: Iliaster has killed so many people (including their own members) throughout the many attempts of correcting history that they can't even remember specific people anymore. They've also destroyed cities and even made minor revisions in hundreds of years to keep humanity from destroying itself. The Wild West: The Crashtown Arc takes place in the eponymous Crash Town with this aesthetic, situated away from Neo Domino City. Wham Episode: A lot. (4+ 5) Yusei gets his rematch with Jack that he's been aiming towards. They clash, and at the climax of the duel the Crimson Dragon appears, leaving both with signs on their arms and Yusei carted off to prison. (25+ 26) First full-colour flashback revealing Jack's and Yusei's past, summoning of the Crimson Dragon using all of the Signers, and Jack is violently dethroned. (34+ 35) Flashbacks of Team Satisfaction and Kiryu's murder. First appearance of an Earthbound God and Yusei is nearly killed by it. He escapes, but not without getting a piece of shrapnel stuck in his abdomen. (38+ 39) Carly becomes a Dark Signer. Two Earthbound Gods are summoned at the same time (causing hundreds of people to be sacrificed). Bommer apparently joins the Dark Signers. The city inside the lines is demolished. Divine is killed. (57) We get to see exactly what happened with Zero Reverse. The severed arm with the Dragon's Head turns out to be Rudger's. Iliaster is revealed to have more than a hand in prior (and likely current) events. Yusei falls into Old Momentum after Rudger blows up the bridge the two of them were standing on. (62 through 64) King of the Underworld appears from Old Momentum. Rex becomes both a Signer and a Dark Signer and starts a 1 vs 3 duel with Yusei, Jack and Crow above the city on a massive geogyph. He uses his temple and transforms it into a massive duel disk. Crow becomes a Signer when the Signer marks are switched around. When Rex is defeated, he leaves into the afterlife with his brother, and the rest of the Dark Signers are brought back to life. (107) Bruno's true identity is revealed and he regains his memories back. Yusei goes through an alternate dimension world to obtain Shooting Star Dragon and talk to the ZONE entity. Bruno is also said to come from another world and his mission is to help Yusei and stop the Yliaster trio. Momentum is also stated to respond to people's hearts as Yusei learns how to obtain a "Clear Mind" in order to accel synchro. Then Placido fuses with his D-Wheel to duel Yusei. (134 through 135) Jose reveals to the Signers the future, where Synchro Summons literally destroy the world. It also shows an army of the three Machine Emperors nuking the world, and the fact that the Tenors were once in fact human. The episode ends with the Tenors fusing into one entity, Aporia. Then its revealed that an aged human Aporia met with also human and aged Bruno and Paradox along with ZONE. The four of them performed experiments in hope to save the earth but Bruno and Paradox died of old age. Aporia requests ZONE at his last moments to split himself into three entities representing the three points of despair in his life (losing parents, love and everyone). It is revealed that ZONE created Luciano, Placido and Jose along with a young robotic versions of Bruno and Paradox to send into the past to correct itself. (137) Yusei defeats Aporia and thinks the Ark Cradle is no longer a threat. Cue everyone's celebration cut short by the sky literally shittering and the Ark Cradle descending on Neo Domino City. Everyone is told that the Ark Cradle will collide with Neo Domino City in twelve hours and destroy it, causing massive panic and evacuation. The Ark Cradle is revealed to be the destroyed Neo Domino City turned upside down. Sherry contacts Yusei and is shown to have an Evil Costume Switch. (144/5) Most of the Ark Cradle fits here, but these especially when Bruno finally gets the rest of his memories back and recalls his real name. He promptly challenges Yusei to a Riding Duel around a star. It doesn't last long when he pulls off a new Delta Accel Synchro which causes a supernova and results in a black hole behind the two. Yusei pulls enough Tuners for Shooting Star's effect to finish off Bruno/Antinomy, but not quickly enough to get out of the black hole's path and both are swallowed. Yusei reassures Bruno that no matter what, he's a friend and Bruno sacrifices himself to give enough power to blast Yusei out the black hole and back to the Ark Cradle. Yusei gets back only to find Bruno's broken visor and breaks down. (148-150) Yusei and ZONE get their duel, flying between the Ark Cradle and Neo-Domino. As soon as either takes damage, they go flying and face crashing into buildings of either. As soon as this happens to ZONE, half his mask cracks and falls away, revealing the left side of his face is identical to Yusei's. Turns out then, that he isn't, but someone who recreated himself as Yusei to give people hope and failed. Then he summons a monster that guarantees 4000 points of damage. All the while, Yusei summons his friends' dragons one after another, ZONE takes them all out in the same manner, knocking Yusei down to a low number of life points and out of his D-Wheel. Falling towards Neo-Domino, the spirit of his father appears to him and bitchslaps him into fighting back. Yusei manages to get back into his D-Wheel and resume the duel, summoning Life Stream, rides into SPACE and then calling out every one of his other friends' dragons at once, (becoming Godsei gold in the process) and combines them into Shooting Quaser Dragon. What Happened to the Mouse: All of Yusei's non-Signer/main character friends from the beginning disappear before Season 3. Himuro and Yanagi were last seen waving the gang off as they made their way to Satellite, while Rally, Nerve, Taka and Blitz woke up after being released from Uru. Since then... they've appeared briefly in a flashback to Yusei's rematch with Rudger. Subverted with the above four as they return in the hour-long final episode. Then there's Sly, who had possible plotline going of stealing Stardust Dragon... only to be dropped after one episode. What Have I Become: Poor Carly felt bad about giving Divine a quick case of death. "Where Are They Now" Epilogue: The final three episodes of the anime establish how the cast goes on with their lives, interspersed by Yusei and Jack's final duel. Where It All Began: In the last major duel of the series, Yusei and Jack start their duel at the exact same spot Jack stole Yusei's bike and Stardust Dragon, which set the whole plot of 5Ds into motion some three years prior. It's fitting as both a sort of Book Ends to the series, and a nice contrast to see how far both Yusei and Jack have come as people, friends, and as Duelists. Why Did It Have to Be Snakes: In episode 2 of the dub, Yusei is said to have a fear of bugs. Ironic in that he later has to face a spider-based deck (to its credit, the dub actually shows a bit of continuity by having him afraid of the giant spiders Roman is summoning to the field). Writing Around Trademarks: The name of Jack's Duel Runner translates to "Wheel of Fortune" in the original Japanese. This was not legal to broadcast in America due to the existence of a game show of the same name, so it was changed to "Phoenix Whirlwind" for the dub. You Can't Fight Fate: Bruno has even a symbolic meaning towards this in his real name, Antinomy. It means logical paradox, showing that he is forced to fight against his friends. You Killed My Father: Sherry's main motivation for participating in the WRGP is to track down the Yliaster and avenge her parents. It could be applied to Yusei's drive to defeat Rudger responsible for not only the death of Yusei's parents, but Jack's, Crow's, countless hundreds/thousands, Rally and Martha which pushes him over the edge and has him chasing Rudger blindly after their first duel, desperate to duel him again in a very un-Yusei fashion. Your Princess Is in Another Castle!: At the beginning of Episode 137, Yusei defeats Aporia, Team 5Ds is declared the WRGP champions, everybody is celebrating, and Illiaster's plans appear to be over. But then it's revealed that Yusei's victory still completed the Circuit, allowing the Arc Cradle to appear. Note that this only happens in the Japanese version. Zerg Rush: The The Ghosts/Diablos, unleashed by Placido to force the completion of the Grand Design, use the rather mediocre Ally of Justice archetype. Normally, they'd be trivial to defeat, but they work by outnumbering their human opponents while forcing their Duel Runners into Battle Royale mode. 59ce067264