This week’s episode aired on a Tuesday due to New Year programs or something.
I swear NAS just loves mindscrewing the 4Kids editing staff with 5D’s. I mean, this episode had devices that latch onto you and aim needles at your heart. Should your life points get to zero…well, good luck imagining that! Also, Aporia’s countinous spells involve shooting missiles at cute littles kids and Jack. Grr…how dare you knock out Jack!! *fangirl rage* Then again, Jack was cool this episode, trying to be protective of the little kids and gave an awesome “man-up” speech to Rua. It’s also refreshing to have Rua and Ruka duel, since they haven’t done any duels since filler season. Although I suppose this is a Rua-centric duel since he’s the only one left conscious at the end of the episode. Jack, you’ll stand up again, right?
Now, about Aporia. First off, he has hugeass hands that are bigger than his face then clenched into fists, and look like this in comparison to the cards:
With hands that huge, you’d think he could just Falcon Punch the protagonists instead of playing a card game with cards he can barely grab. Actually, who needs card games when you can do this:
We get it you’re not human, and it’s not the first time we’ve seen beings that did resemble humans transform and merge with other machines in YGO 5D’s, but…WHAT THE HELL APORIA. WHAT. THE. HELL.
Also, I guess Aporia doesn’t play RPGs so he doesn’t understand the concept of finshing enemies one by one, because he could’ve just directly attacked Jack’s remaining 700 life points instead of attacking Ruka’s defense position monster and have one less person to deal with in case he regains conciousness. Then again, thank Ra he didn’t because then Jack won’t have anymore screen time.
I don’t feel like summarizing the duel because this episode is awesome (even if just for the lolz due to Aporia) and should definitely be watched. How ridiculous can 5D’s villains get? And why are they all ripped and huge from playing card games? Also, I love how Aporia ends his “THIS IS WHAT DESPAIR FEELS LIKE SO IT’S BETTER TO NOT HAVE A HEART” despressing villain speech (and the episode) with “TAAN ENDO.”