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Bashin Episode 36
Bashin ep36
English Translation Hot Blooded Batosupi Club at the Capital
Kanji 熱血バトスピ部・京へ
Romaji Nekketsu Batosupi Bu Kyou he
Air Date 5/17/09
Opening Theme GO AHEAD!!
Ending Theme dear-dear DREAM
Chronology
Bashin Episode 35 Bashin Episode 37

The thirty-sixth episode of the anime series Battle Spirits Shounen Toppa Bashin.

The Toaru and Tonari Battle Spirits clubs combine, to face Numbers Elite in Kyoto.

SummaryEdit

Card Sensei and Guraguri return to Japan.

Meanwhile, Number Eight is arguing with Number Nine over when Jack Knight should have a debut match. Number Nine believes that the championship would be more appropriate, as this event will be debuting the team battle. Kiano also supports this idea, still opposed to J being a Number.

When Card Sensei sees the reports about J on TV, he becomes concerned that that J has become a Number. He decides to do something to stop this.

Bashin hears from Kyouka that J's been cutting school. Although he's surprised by this, Bashin is still optimistic about talking to J in Kyoto. Smile appears in the room, advising them to give up on Jack Knight, and saying that he's no longer their friend. Although Kyouka is upset, Bashin doesn't take Smile seriously. Suddenly, Bashin, Striker and Meganeko's cornerstones start to light up. Bashin promises Kyouka they'll help her get J back, as her card battler friends.

To travel to Kyoto, Kyouka gets a train for the group. They're also accompanied by My Sunshine, Manabu and Setsuko, as the Tonari club has decided to join forces with them.

In another part of the train, Masako is talking to Seven about his eventual Numbers debut match. Meganeko comes in then, to drop off glasses. She says that she's glad Masako could come with them. Masako replies that it's just because she's their advisor, and wishes them luck in the tournament.

Once they finally make it to Kyoto, Bashin and the others meet Card Sensei. However, they don't recognize him at first, because he grew a beard. Sensei explains that he came because of J, and he doesn't want them to get involved. He considers it his responsibility as a former Number. However, Bashin insists on taking care of it, as the only way he can get back J is to defeat him in a battle. Sensei decides to accept this.

The team battle tournament begins with the players from each team being registered in a machine, which will match them with an appropriate opponent. Thousand Spirits Group first sends out a team consisting of Maccho, Amade Us, and the curator.

Maccho, to his disappointment, is paired up against Kyouka instead of Bashin. He wins easily, however. Card Sensei, who was watching, notices how Kyouka seems out of it. J is concerned about her playing too, but tries to hide it.

In the next match, My Sunshine faces Amade Us, and wins. Bashin wins as well, in his match against the curator.

After the round is over, Kyouka sees Okyou, and decides to follow her. Kyouka explains to Okyou that she came to stop J from being a Number. However, Okyou doesn't want her to get in J's way. She says that as Queen, she listens to only Jack Knight.

In the next round of the tournament, Bashin, Striker and Manabu win through all their matches. After watching this, Elliott says that they're strong because they enjoy Battle Spirits. Kiano decides that he wants J to be sent out after all.

Meanwhile, Masako gets lost in the halls. Someone gives her directions back to the main hall, which turns out to be Card Sensei. He's amused that her sense of direction is as bad as ever, but Masako is not happy about seeing him. Card Sensei realizes that she inherited his position in watching over the chosen card battlers. He suggests that she not let anything happen to them, because she's Bashin's teacher. However, Masako replies that she's only following orders, and she won't run away from her mission like him.

Masako hurries back to the main hall, when the final stage of the tournament is announced. There, the match-ups are Striker vs. Smile, Meganeko vs. Elliott, and Bashin vs. Jack Knight. Number Nine changed the order on Kiano's request.

Striker loses his match, but Meganeko wins. This leaves the final match as the one to decide the winning team.

Before Bashin and J battle, Bashin asks J if he talked with his father yet. He replies that it's not Bashin's concern, and denies that he has any family or friends.

After a long standstill, J takes the upper hand by using a new red spirit, The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried. J wins the match, and attacks Bashin afterwards, saying that he's weak. He only lets Bashin go after Kyouka pleads for him to stop. Smile says that Bashin should have listened to his advice.

Kyouka wishes that she could battle as well as everyone else, and face J as well. Card Sensei decides to give his cornerstone to her, saying that he doesn't have a use for it anymore.

Later, J decides that he's tired of fighting weak opponents. He thinks the only opponent suitable for him is King Uchuuchouten.


Battle Spirits Lecture SegmentEdit

The featured card is The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried. It already has a double symbol, so if combined with Double Hearts, it could take out three lives at once.

MatchesEdit

Kyouka vs. MacchoEdit

Turn ? (Kyouka):

-On Kyouka's field is Angelafish. On Maccho's field is Flame-Elk.

-Kyouka summons Ratatoscr.

-Kyouka attacks with Angelafish. Maccho blocks with Flame-Elk. Angelafish is destroyed.

Turn ? (Maccho):

-Maccho takes Kyouka's last life.

Winner: Maccho

My Sunshine vs. Amade UsEdit

Turn 10 (My Sunshine):

-My Sunshine attacks with The SevenShogun Destlord. Amade takes his last life.

Winner: My Sunshine

Bashin vs. CuratorEdit

Turn 10 (Bashin):

-Bashin attacks with The DragonEmperor Siegfried. Curator takes his last life.

Winner: Bashin

Striker vs. SmileEdit

Turn 23 (Smile):

-Smile attacks with The ArcAngelia Valiero. Striker takes his last life.

Winner: Smile

Meganeko vs. ElliottEdit

Turn 30 (Meganeko):

-Meganeko attacks with Arcanabeast-Paira. Elliott blocks with MachG. MachG is destroyed.

-Meganeko attacks with Froger. Elliott takes his last life.

Winner: Meganeko

Bashin vs. Jack KnightEdit

Turn 27 (Bashin):

-On Bashin's field is The TwinRowd Diranos at LV3, The DragonicFortress Giga at LV2, The Pikeman Jeffrey, Rock-Golem, The BattleBeast Rhino-Ceros and The BattleBeast Bun-Ffalo. He has two nexuses, The Ruby Sun and The Burning Battlefield. On Jack Knight's field is The ImpregnableFortress Odin at LV2, The Sacred Mjolnir, Fenrircannon Mk-II at LV3, and The Gigantic Thor at LV3. He has a nexus, The Diamond Moon. Both have 5 lives remaining.

-Bashin summons The IronFist Tiga at LV3.

-Bashin attacks with The IronFist Tiga. Jack Knight blocks with The ImpregnableFortress Odin. Odin is destroyed.

-Bashin attacks with Rock-Golem. He uses Buster Spear in flash timing, to destroy The Diamond Moon and draw a card. With Rock-Golem's effect, 1 card, Icemaiden, is discarded from Jack Knight's deck. Jack Knight blocks the attack with The Gigantic Thor. Rock-Golem is destroyed.

-Bashin attacks with The DragonicFortress Giga. Jack Knight takes a life. Four lives remain.

Turn 28 (Jack Knight):

-Jack Knight summons The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried at LV3, using Thor to pay the tribute. He uses the flash effect of Attack Shift, to give Fenrircannon Mk-II +3000BP.

-Jack Knight attacks with Fenrircannon Mk-II. Bashin takes a life. Four lives remain.

-Jack Knight attacks with The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried. With its effect when attacking, all non-red spirits with 4000BP or less are destroyed. Bashin takes a life. As it has a double symbol, two lives remain.

Turn 29 (Bashin):

-Bashin summons The DragonEmperor Siegfried at LV3.

-Bashin attacks with The TwinRowdy Diranos. Jack Knight takes a life. Three lives remain.

-Bashin attacks with The IronFist Tiga. Jack Knight takes a life. Two lives remain.

-Bashin attacks with The DragonicFortress Giga. Jack Knight plays Silent Wall, and takes a life. One life remains.

Turn 30 (Jack Knight):

-Jack Knight uses Double Hearts, to give The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried a 3rd symbol.

-Jack Knight attacks with The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried. Bashin blocks with The DragonEmperor Siegfried. He uses BusterPhalanx to give it +4000BP. Jack Knight uses United Power. By exhausting Fenrircannon Mk-II, its BP is added to The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried. It reaches 20000BP total. The DragonEmperor Siegfried is destroyed. However, Bashin gets a life due to its effect when destroyed. he now has three remaining.

-Jack Knight uses White Potion to refresh The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried. He attacks, taking Bashin's last three lives.

Winner: Jack Knight

Cards UsedEdit

RedEdit

BS01-025: The DragonicFortress Giga

BS01-098: The Burning Battlefield

BS01-100: The Ruby Sun

BS01-104: Buster Spear

BS01-120: Buster Phalanx

BS01-X01: The DragonEmperor Siegfried

BS02-X05: The TwinRowdy Diranos

BS03-007: Flame-Elk

BS03-121: Double Hearts

BS04-X13: The DarkDragonEmperor Siegfried

PurpleEdit

BS02-X06: The SevenShogun Destlord

GreenEdit

BS02-026: MachG

WhiteEdit

BS01-111: The Diamond Moon

BS01-144: Silent Wall

BS01-149: Attack Shift

BS01-X04: The ImpregnableFortress Odin

BS02-039: The Sacred Mjolnir

BS02-102: White Potion

BS02-X07: The Gigantic Thor

BS03-037: Ratatoscr

BS03-038: Angelafish

BS03-131: United Power

BS04-041: Fenrircannon Mk-II

YellowEdit

BS03-052: Froger

BS03-059: Arcanabeast-Paira

BS03-X11: The ArcAngelia Valiero

BlueEdit

BS03-072: The Pikeman Jeffrey

BS03-080: Rock-Golem

BS03-087: The BattleBeast Rhino-Ceros

BS03-091: The BattleBeast Bun-Ffalo

BS03-099: The IronFist Tiga

EpisodeEdit

Battle Spirits Shounen Toppa Bashin ep 36 (1 2)12:07

Battle Spirits Shounen Toppa Bashin ep 36 (1 2)

Battle Spirits Shounen Toppa Bashin ep 36 (2 2)12:05

Battle Spirits Shounen Toppa Bashin ep 36 (2 2)

CastEdit

Toppa Bashin- Mutsumi Tamura

Jack Knight- Kaya Miyake

My Sunshine- Ayahi Takagaki

Striker- Ryosuke Sakamaki

Meganeko- Akemi Kanda

Aibou- Rie Nakagawa

Queen- Akiko Kimura

Kyouka- Maya Nishimura

Card Sensei- Riki Kitazawa

Masako Sensei- Michiko Neya

Seven-Sempai- Daisuke Kishio

Female Announcer- Reiko Takagi

Commentator-san- Cho

Number Nine- Taiten Kusunoki

Elliott- Chafurin

Smile- Kouzou Mito

Kiano- Hirohiko Kakegawa

Setsuko- Misato Fukuen

Manabu- Wataru Hatano

Maccho- Kenta Miyake

Main StaffEdit

Script: Naruki Nakagawa

Storyboard/Episode Director: Tomoyuki Kawamura

Animation Director: Tetsuya Ishikawa

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