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*This card's Japanese name, タツノオトシオヤ (竜の落とし親 ''tatsu no otoshioya''), literally means "Dragon's Lost Parent" which is a pun on the Japanese word for "seahorse", 竜の落とし子 (''tatsu no otoshigo'' "Dragon's Lost Child")
 
*This card's Japanese name, タツノオトシオヤ (竜の落とし親 ''tatsu no otoshioya''), literally means "Dragon's Lost Parent" which is a pun on the Japanese word for "seahorse", 竜の落とし子 (''tatsu no otoshigo'' "Dragon's Lost Child")
*The tokens this card summons have 1/7 of this card's original ATK, DEF and Level (which happens to also be 7).
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**This card's name in the TCG, ''"Mare Mare"'', is a pun involving two languages: the word ''"mare"'' in Italian means ''"sea"'', while in English, it means ''"female horse"''. ''"Mare Mare"'' would mean, then, ''"Seahorse"''.
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* The tokens this card summons have 1/7 of this card's original ATK, DEF and Level (which happens to also be 7).

Latest revision as of 15:03, November 5, 2016

  • This card's Japanese name, タツノオトシオヤ (竜の落とし親 tatsu no otoshioya), literally means "Dragon's Lost Parent" which is a pun on the Japanese word for "seahorse", 竜の落とし子 (tatsu no otoshigo "Dragon's Lost Child")
    • This card's name in the TCG, "Mare Mare", is a pun involving two languages: the word "mare" in Italian means "sea", while in English, it means "female horse". "Mare Mare" would mean, then, "Seahorse".
  • The tokens this card summons have 1/7 of this card's original ATK, DEF and Level (which happens to also be 7).
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