|Yu-Gi-Oh! R - Duel Round 019|
Jonouchi Getting Toyed With!!
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"Jonouchi... Helpless?!", known as "Jonouchi Getting Toyed With!!" in the Japanese version, is the nineteenth chapter of the Yu-Gi-Oh! R manga. It was first printed in Japan on October 20, 2005 in V Jump magazine. It was later reprinted in volume 3 of Yu-Gi-Oh! R.
Featured Duel: Katsuya Jonouchi vs. Reiko Kitamori
Turn 3: Jonouchi
Jonouchi Normal Summons "Little-Winguard" (1400/1800) in Attack Position. Jonouchi attacks, but Reiko activates her face-down "Blue on Blue", forcing Jonouchi's two monsters to battle. Jonouchi activates his face-down "Dramatic Rescue", returning "Little-Winguard" to his hand and then Special Summoning it in Defense Position, preventing the attack. Reiko activates her face-down "Battlefield Tragedy", forcing Jonouchi to send the top five cards of his Deck to the Graveyard each time he declares battle. He sends five cards now, as battle was still declared.
Turn 5: Jonouchi
Jonouchi Normal Summons "Gearfried the Iron Knight" (1800/1600) in Attack Position and attempts to end his turn, but Reiko activates her face-down "Rear-Guard Action", forcing "Little-Winguard" to attack "Puppet Queen" (Jonouchi 4000 → 2900). Reiko activates her face-down "Battlefield Tragedy", so Jonouchi must send a total of ten cards from his Deck to the Graveyard.
Turn 6: Reiko
Reiko Normal Summons "Puppet Rook" (1200/1800) in Defense Position.
Turn 7: Jonouchi
Jonouchi Normal Summons "Giltia the D. Knight" (1850/1500) in Attack Position. "Giltia" attacks and destroys "Puppet Rook" and he sends ten cards from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard via the effects of the two "Battlefield Tragedy". Jonouchi Sets two cards.
Turn 8: Reiko
Reiko switches "Puppet Queen" to Attack Position. It attacks and destroys "Alligator's Sword" (Jonouchi 2900 → 2200).
Duel continues in the next chapter.
The following cards appeared in this chapter. Cards in italics debuted here.