Yu-Gi-Oh! (manga)

Yu-Gi-Oh! (anime)

When the manga was adapted into the anime, the card's effect was changed to its OCG effect.

Duelist Kingdom

  • In episode 25, Mai Valentine sets this card during her Duel against Téa Gardner, but she doesn't activate it. Mai was about to use this card when Téa's "Shining Friendship" attacks "Harpie Lady" (whose ATK was 1600 due to it being equipped with "Rose Whip", but she chose not to, which allowed Téa to use "Shining Friendship" to destroy "Harpie Lady". On Mai's next turn, she considers activating this card, but she chooses not to and surrenders the Duel, so Téa won by default.
  • In episode 28, this card can be seen when Mai is shown organizing her Deck for her upcoming Duel against Yugi Muto.

Legendary Heroes

Battle City

  • In episode 55, this card is shown as one of the many cards on the shop window that Yugi, Joey, and Tristan Taylor gaze in awe at.
  • In episode 56, this card is shown on Seeker's laptop when he was researching the Battle City participants and trying to figure out who should he duel first. This card is shown to be Mai's rarest card.
  • In episode 66, this card appears in Kaiba's briefcase before he closes it.

Virtual World

Waking the Dragons

  • In episode 151, Yugi and his friends get attacked by bikers, but Mai throws this card along with some others at the bikers, knocking them off of their bikes.

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

Scripted Duels

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 When Mai uses this card during this duel, it equips "Harpie Lady" with two pairs of pale green wings which are flapped to destroy cards, possibly suggesting that "Harpie Lady" needs to be on the field for this card's activation, although it might just probably be a leftover from the manga version.
  2. 2.0 2.1 When Mai uses this card during this duel, it creates a powerful wind when destroying cards while leaving some floating feathers in the air, regardless if a "Harpie Lady" is in play or not.
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