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* '''[[Wikipedia:Ride of the Valkyries|Ride of the Valkyries]]''' is the popular term for the beginning of Act III of [[Wikipedia:Die Walküre|Die Walküre]] by [[Wikipedia:Richard Wagner|Richard Wagner]].
 
* '''[[Wikipedia:Ride of the Valkyries|Ride of the Valkyries]]''' is the popular term for the beginning of Act III of [[Wikipedia:Die Walküre|Die Walküre]] by [[Wikipedia:Richard Wagner|Richard Wagner]].
 
** In Norse mythology, the valkyries are [[Wikipedia:Dís|dísir]], minor female deities, who served [[Wikipedia:Odin|Odin]].
 
** In Norse mythology, the valkyries are [[Wikipedia:Dís|dísir]], minor female deities, who served [[Wikipedia:Odin|Odin]].
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* In TCG, [[Valkyrie Zweite]] (top), [[Valkyrie Erste]] (bottom left), and [[Valkyrie Brunhilde]] (bottom right) appear in this card's artwork.
   
 
* This card's Japanese name in the anime, "'''Walkuren Ritt'''", is German for "'''Ride of the Valkyries'''". However, the proper German spelling would be "'''Walkürenritt'''". The German name, "Ritt der Walküre", is a more direct translation of "Ride of the Valkyries".
 
* This card's Japanese name in the anime, "'''Walkuren Ritt'''", is German for "'''Ride of the Valkyries'''". However, the proper German spelling would be "'''Walkürenritt'''". The German name, "Ritt der Walküre", is a more direct translation of "Ride of the Valkyries".

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  • This card's Japanese name in the anime, "Walkuren Ritt", is German for "Ride of the Valkyries". However, the proper German spelling would be "Walkürenritt". The German name, "Ritt der Walküre", is a more direct translation of "Ride of the Valkyries".
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