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* This card's Japanese name is a pun on 皇帝ペンギン ("emperor penguin"), which is part of the Japanese name of "[[The Great Emperor Penguin]]". 皇帝 in that card's name is a homophone of 肯定, "affirmation." 否定 in this card's name means the opposite, "denial."
 
* This card's Japanese name is a pun on 皇帝ペンギン ("emperor penguin"), which is part of the Japanese name of "[[The Great Emperor Penguin]]". 皇帝 in that card's name is a homophone of 肯定, "affirmation." 否定 in this card's name means the opposite, "denial."
** Both the Japanese and English names refer to its effect; it denies monsters the opportunity to be returned to the opponent's hand, [[banish]]ing them instead.
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** Both the Japanese and English names refer to its effect; it denies monsters the opportunity to be returned to the hand, [[banish]]ing them instead.

Latest revision as of 22:00, February 27, 2014

  • This card's Japanese name is a pun on 皇帝ペンギン ("emperor penguin"), which is part of the Japanese name of "The Great Emperor Penguin". 皇帝 in that card's name is a homophone of 肯定, "affirmation." 否定 in this card's name means the opposite, "denial."
    • Both the Japanese and English names refer to its effect; it denies monsters the opportunity to be returned to the hand, banishing them instead.
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