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* This card's artwork features a [[Barian Emblem]] and seven stars forming the [[wikipedia:Big Dipper|Big Dipper]], in reference to the [[Seven Barian Emperors]], whose names are corrupted forms of the stars in the aforementioned constellation.
 
* This card's artwork features a [[Barian Emblem]] and seven stars forming the [[wikipedia:Big Dipper|Big Dipper]], in reference to the [[Seven Barian Emperors]], whose names are corrupted forms of the stars in the aforementioned constellation.
 
** This was also the seventh card shown in the anime that was capable of [[Rank-Up]], though only the sixth "[[Rank-Up-Magic]]".
 
** This was also the seventh card shown in the anime that was capable of [[Rank-Up]], though only the sixth "[[Rank-Up-Magic]]".
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*** Consequently, only six Barian Emperors were shown using "[[Rank-Up-Magic - The Seventh One]]". Only one who didn't was [[Vector]]
   
 
* This is the first "Rank-Up-Magic" card to feature kanji in its name, rather than a phonetic rendering of English in katakana.
 
* This is the first "Rank-Up-Magic" card to feature kanji in its name, rather than a phonetic rendering of English in katakana.

Revision as of 18:33, May 3, 2014

  • This is the first "Rank-Up-Magic" card to feature kanji in its name, rather than a phonetic rendering of English in katakana.
    • The kanji in this card's name is read as "Swords of the Seven Emperors".
  • This is the first "Rank-Up-Magic" card that does not have "Force" in its name.
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