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* This monster is the "[[Wicked God]]" [[counterpart]] of "[[Slifer the Sky Dragon]]".
 
** This is reflected by the fact that they gain 1000 [[ATK]] for the number of cards in a specific location.
 
   
 
* There are a few differences between this card's ''[[OCG]]''/''[[TCG]]'' artwork and its depiction in the [[Yu-Gi-Oh! R|manga]]:
 
* There are a few differences between this card's ''[[OCG]]''/''[[TCG]]'' artwork and its depiction in the [[Yu-Gi-Oh! R|manga]]:
** In the manga, this monster had one spike at the end of its tail, but is portrayed in its ''OCG''/''TCG'' artwork as having its tail split into two at the end of its tail.
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* In the manga, this monster had one spike at the end of its tail, but is portrayed in its ''OCG''/''TCG'' artwork as having its tail split into two at the end of its tail.
** In the manga, this monster had spikes similar to those of "Slifer the Sky Dragon" running down its tail. These spikes are non-existent in its ''OCG''/''TCG'' artwork.
 
   
 
* Although this monster is a "Wicked God", it is not a unique card, as separate copies were used by [[Bandit Keith]] and [[Yako Tenma]].
 
* Although this monster is a "Wicked God", it is not a unique card, as separate copies were used by [[Bandit Keith]] and [[Yako Tenma]].
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* This card can gain up to 13000 ATK by its own [[Card effect|effect]] (5 [[Monster Card|monsters]] in the [[Main Monster Zone]]s, 5 [[Spell Card|Spells]]/[[Trap Card|Traps]] in the [[Spell & Trap Zone|Spell & Trap]] and/or [[Pendulum Zone]]s, 1 [[Field Spell Card|Field Spell]] in the [[Field Zone]], and 2 [[Extra Link]]ed [[Link Monster]]s in the [[Extra Monster Zone]]s.
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* This card can gain up to 13000 ATK by its own [[Card effect|effect]] (5 [[Monster Card|monsters]] in the [[Main Monster Zone]]s, 5 [[Spell Card|Spells]]/[[Trap Card|Traps]] in the [[Spell & Trap Zone|Spell & Trap Zone]] and 1 [[Field Spell Card|Field Spell]] in the [[Field Zone]].

Revision as of 00:20, July 24, 2018

  • There are a few differences between this card's OCG/TCG artwork and its depiction in the manga:
  • In the manga, this monster had one spike at the end of its tail, but is portrayed in its OCG/TCG artwork as having its tail split into two at the end of its tail.
  • Although this monster is a "Wicked God", it is not a unique card, as separate copies were used by Bandit Keith and Yako Tenma.
  • Kaiba calls it a cheap knock off of a god, as Eraser is not self-reliant.
  • Its ability to clear the field upon destruction is shown two different ways in the manga. When Keith's copy is beheaded, its blood drags everything including the duelists into darkness.


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