|Bashin Episode 30|
|English Translation||Thriving Spirits Batosupi Club|
|Romaji||Hanjou Konjou Batosupi Bu|
|Opening Theme||GO AHEAD!!|
|Ending Theme||dear-dear DREAM|
|← Bashin Episode 29||Bashin Episode 31 →|
The thirtieth episode of the anime series Battle Spirits Shounen Toppa Bashin.
Bashin wants to join the Battle Spirits club, which may not even exist.
Bashin is excited, as clubs will start up in his school. Aibou misinterprets Bashin, thinking his school will have pork cutlets, and wants to go have some.
At school, both Bashin and Smile plan to join the Battle Spirits club. They start to argue, thinking that the other won't be able to get in. They're distracted by the sound of a scream. Aibou came to school looking for food. Bashin chases after him and manages to catch him. In the process, he runs down the school's track, beating several runners and setting a new record. Various representatives from sports teams try to recruit him.
While Striker and Meganeko look for the Battle Spirits club, they're intercepted by a group of shady looking guys. Striker convinces Meganeko to escape while he faces them. They're actually just members of the soccer club, who were looking to recruit him. Striker refuses though, as now he plays Battle Spirits. The soccer club members wonder if there even is a Battle Spirits club.
Both Bashin and Meganeko try out several clubs, to try and question the members about the Battle Spirits club.
Bashin eventually finds the club room, which is a creepy old science room. There, he meets Smile, who got there first and claims that makes him the sempai. However, Meganeko got there before Smile, and Striker got there before Meganeko. None of them are the sempai though. The real club president is a 3rd year student named Nanao Watanabe, who goes by the nickname "Seven". He states that although the club used to have hundreds of members, now it only has ghost members. In other words, he is the only remaining member.
Seven tells the others a story about how he was researching Nazo-Otonas. He thinks that they come from somewhere called "Mysterious Space," a world that can be reached from anywhere. He directs Bashin on where to go to find it in the school.
Bashin heads there, and finds that Seven is dressed in a strange costume, and now calls himself "Galaxy Seven". Galaxy Seven takes Bashin into mysterious space, which is actually Isekai World. However, the world's sky turned to night. Seven says that he'll let Bashin meet the Nazo-Otona if he can win.
Seven uses a blue deck, with deck destruction. He wins after giving Bashin a deck out.
After the battle, Seven comes back into the room as his normal self, and is upset. He thinks no one will want to join the club. However, Bashin, Striker and Meganeko all still want to join. Smile left behind a message, saying he would join too. Seven is glad, because they only need one more member to form a tournament team.
As Bashin, Striker and Meganeko walk home from school, they discuss how Isekai World turned into night. They also suspect that Seven may have been the Nazo-Otona after all.
Battle Spirits Lecture SegmentEdit
The deck out method of victory is discussed. The blue X-Rare, The GiantHero Titus can destroy 10 cards at once.
Bashin vs. SevenEdit
Turn 21 (Bashin):
-On Bashin's field is Goradon, Lizardedge and Eyeburn. He has 5 lives remaining. On Seven's field is The Berserker Troll, The BearMan Beard and The Pikeman Jeffrey. He has 3 lives remaining.
-Bashin summons Lizardman. He uses magic, Potion Berry, to add a core from the void to Lizardman. This brings it to LV2.
-Bashin attacks with Lizardman. Seven plays Defensive Aura. He blocks with The BearMan Beard, which now has an additional 3000BP, and Lizardman is destroyed.
-Bashin attacks with Goradon. Seven blocks with The Berserker Troll and Goradon is destroyed.
-Bashin attacks with Eyeburn. Seven blocks with The Pikeman Jeffrey, which is destroyed.
-Bashin attacks with Lizardedge. Seven takes a life. Two lives remain.
Turn 22 (Seven):
-Seven summons The Pikeman Jeffrey. He then uses magic, Magic Hammer. This destroys the top 5 cards of Bashin's deck, including The TwinRowdy Diranos.
Turn 23 (Bashin):
-Bashin uses Double Draw. He draws The DragonEmperor Siegfried and Seventh Crimson.
-Bashin summons The DragonEmperor Siegfried at LV3. With Seventh Crimson, he destroys Siegfried, and removes the core from all of Seven's spirits.
-Bashin attacks with Lizardedge. Seven plays Silent Wall and takes a life for that attack. One life remains.
Turn 24 (Seven):
-Seven summons The GiantHero Titus at LV2. With its effect when summoned, 10 cards are discarded from Bashin's deck. Next, he plays Killer Telescope, to target the exhausted Lizardedge. Because Lizardedge was defeated, an additional 10 cards are discarded from Bashin's deck. He's left with a deck out.
BS01-117: Double Draw
BS01-X01: The DragonEmperor Siegfried
BS02-091: Seventh Crimson
BS01-127: Killer Telescope
BS03-126: Potion Berry
BS01-144: Silent Wall
BS01-145: Defensive Aura
BS03-072: The Pikeman Jeffrey
BS03-078: The Berserker Troll
BS03-083: The BearMan Beard
BS03-144: Magic Hammer
BS03-X12: The GiantHero Titus
Aibou- Rie Nakagawa
Smile- Kouzou Mito
Seven-sempai- Daisuke Kishio
Female Student- Reiko Takagi
Track Team Member A- Takashi Oohara
Track Team Member B- Daisuke Matsubara
Baseball Team Member- Masataka Sawada
Kendo Team Member- Taketora
Soccer Team Member- Tomouki Higuchi
Script: Muga Takeda
Storyboard/Episode Director: Tomoyuki Kawamura
Animation Director: Akira Takahashi
- The card Smile leaves a message on is Pom, which Bashin thought represented Smile in episode 28.
- This episode was aired without a preview for next episode. It was included on the DVD release, however.
- As with every episode where Seven battles, Galaxy Seven is written as Garaxy Seven.