Number 34: Terror-Byte


Machine / Xyz / Effect  DARK / 3
3 Level 3 monsters
Once per turn: You can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card to target 1 Level 4 or lower Attack Position monster your opponent controls; gain control of it until the End Phase.

0/2900 
CARD ID: 32003338
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YuGiOh! TCG karta: Number 34: Terror-Byte

TCG SETS

TCG SetSymbolRarityLowAvgTrend
Generation Force GENF-EN041 Ultimate Rare0.95€1.70€1.58€
Generation Force GENF-EN041 Ultra Rare0.18€0.53€0.43€
Premium Collection Tin PRC1-ENV02 Secret Rare0.05€0.20€0.19€
Star Pack 2013 SP13-EN025 Common0.02€0.15€0.14€
Star Pack 2013 SP13-EN025 Starfoil Rare0.02€0.34€0.27€

Card Trivia

 Oddly, the 3 on this card is shaped differently compared to the 3s on all the other Number cards.  
The Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime also shows this differently shown 3 on Mr. Kay and during this card’s Summoning.
This monster was the first Rank 3 Xyz Monster to need 3 Xyz Materials. The second monster was Mermail Abysstrite.
The number 34 can be seen on this card's right shoulder plate.
This card is the first card of the Number archetype, and the first card of the ZEXAL series, that possessed two different artworks (one version in the Generation Force expansion, and another version with a different artwork in the V-Jump).
This is also the first Xyz Monster to be reprinted as a promotional card and have an alternate artwork.
Numbers take the form something their original owner desires; for Mr. Kay, it is to hack the city and create a giant Virtual Crashbug. The result is a Machine-Type monster who can take control of your opponent's monsters (reference to hacking) and works well with the Crashbug series. Also, Mr. Kay didn't wish to do any real harm, which was represented by this monster not having any ATK points and returning the monsters it steals.
This can also be seen due to the fact that the monster's name seems to be a play on the Terabyte, a unit of computer storage.
This is the first Machine-Type Xyz Monster.
This monster slightly resembles an insect. This may reference how computer errors are usually referred to as bugs and this card's connection to the Crashbug series.