Ma’at and the Guardians of Order have discovered ancient ruins deep below the Great Wall of China. Now Ma’at must channel his inner archaeologist and find what secrets are hidden within these ruins. What e finds there is nothing less than world shattering information on both his own past and that of the Yugohan Empire.
Even though the truth about Zenith has been known since he Season 3 finale, these episodes cemented his part in this season. Zenith’s part has been something I’ve been planning for a very long time. I’ll admit it though, I feel that it’s been a little too long since Zenith’s appeared. Technically he’s appeared throughout this season, bu since there was no indication that that was him, it doesn’t count. If I were to write this season again, I would figure out a way to bring Zenith in a little bit earlier.
After the unknown New Yugohan reveals himself to be Yuni’s old friend Zenith, things change. Now Yuni must defeat an opponent whose job was to spy on him and gather information. And at the same time, Yuni has to cope with knowing that one of his best friends has betrayed him, and even the power of Chaos alone is not enough to save Yuni this time…
I have no idea why, but I completely forgot to do the reviews last night. Better late than never.
Let’s start this off with a confession. The Astromancer monsters used by Kern were based off of famous astronomers and astrophysicists. One minor one mentioned, but not used was Astromancer Holloman. There is no famous astronomer/astrophysicist with the name Holloman. That’s my name. When I grow up, I want to be an astrophysicist, so I thought it might be fun to throw my name in there.
Now for the normal review. These episodes primary focus was to bring Kodane in as a more important character to the series. Up until now he’s only tagged along with Seto. He might have been a plot device, but he wasn’t really a character, until now. Also, I gave Kodane a Toon deck, which I thought was fitting, since he’s a child. At first I was against the idea, since Toon monsters are shown to be so powerful in the original series, but eventually I decided that that could make it even more interesting. He’s playing with a very powerful deck, but he’s not the best at it. A quick note on the Toon cards I made, I never really got why Toons were based off of cartoons, but were supported by a book, so I made TV themed Toon support. An interesting thing to note, between these episodes, and the ones where Seto and Celestia dueled, we actually know a lot more about Prince Seto than we do about Prince Yu-Gi-Oh. This was completely unintentional on my part.
In a shocking turn of events, Yuni learns that New Yugoha has officially announced itself to the people of Earth, tricking them into thinking of New Yugoha as a benevolent entity. Now Yuni, Tori, and Brutus must find evidence to prove to Earth the danger they are in.
Seto, Kodane, Zant, and Kern’s duel continues. Zant and Kern continue to attack Kodane, whose novice status shows itself. Seto is forced to decide between protecting himself and his best chances at winning or his brother. At the same time, Seto is assaulted with visions of his Yugohan counterpart, Prince Seto.