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* "[[Manga Ryu-Ran]]" is featured on the front of this book, while "[[Toon Mermaid]]" is on the back cover.
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* "[[Manga Ryu-Ran]]" appears on the front of this book, while "[[Toon Mermaid]]" appears on the back cover.
   
* Although tombstone crosses are usually edited out, like in "[[Call of the Haunted]]", for some reason those featured in this card were not.
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* This book appears in the artworks of the following cards:
 
* "Toon World" appears in the artwork of the following cards:
 
 
** "[[Toon Defense]]"
 
** "[[Toon Defense]]"
 
** "[[Twister]]"
 
** "[[Twister]]"
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** "[[Toon Table of Contents]]"
 
** "[[Toon Table of Contents]]"
 
** "[[Shadow Toon]]"
 
** "[[Shadow Toon]]"
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** "[[Toon Dark Magician]]"
 
** "[[Toon Dark Magician Girl]]"
 
** "[[Toon Dark Magician Girl]]"
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** “[[Toon Kingdom]]”
   
* In the [[:File:ToonWorldPS-JP-PR.jpg|first Japanese edition]] of this card and a few video games, such as [[Yu-Gi-Oh! The Eternal Duelist Soul]], you must pay 500 Life Points during each of your [[Standby Phase]] to keep "Toon World" in play. Also if "Toon World" is sent from the field to the Graveyard, you gain all Life Points paid for "Toon World". This was most likely edited in newer versions due to complicating calculations.
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* An odd design choice according to fans, the reason this card isn’t a [[Field Spell Card]] despite its name and appearance is because this card came out before [[Master Rules|Master Rule 3]], where two Field Spells can exist on the field, and because a lot of [[Toon monster]]s are destroyed if this card is also destroyed, making this card a Field Spell would have made it much easier to destroy as the opponent could simply activate their own Field Spell instead of wasting cards to destroy it.
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** This card’s improved counterpart, "[[Toon Kingdom]]", is more appropriately typed a Field Spell.
   
* In the game [[Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses]], this card's two artworks were featured on two different cards:
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* In the [[:File:ToonWorld-PS-JP-UR.jpg|first Japanese print]] of this card and a few video games, such as ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! The Eternal Duelist Soul]]'', you must pay 500 Life Points during each of your [[Standby Phase]] to keep "Toon World" in play. Also if "Toon World" is sent from the field to the Graveyard, you gain all Life Points paid for "Toon World".
** The [[Structure Deck: Pegasus]] artwork of this card was featured on the [[Field Spell Card]] "Toon World".
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* In the game ''[[Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses]]'', this card's two artworks were featured on two different cards:
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** The ''[[Structure Deck: Pegasus]]'' artwork of this card was featured on the [[Field Spell Card]] "Toon World".
 
** The other artwork used in all other sets in the [[OCG]] and all sets in the [[TCG]] was featured on the [[Equip Spell Card]] "[[Fiend Castle]]".
 
** The other artwork used in all other sets in the [[OCG]] and all sets in the [[TCG]] was featured on the [[Equip Spell Card]] "[[Fiend Castle]]".
   
* "Toon World" has an anime-only counterpart, "[[Toon Kingdom]]".
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* This book is based on a [[wikipedia:Pop-up book|pop-up book]].
   
* "Toon World's" appearance involving a castle popping out of a book might have been inspired from a children's [[wikipedia:Pop-up book|pop-up book]]. This was also suggested in the anime.
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* In {{chapter|Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist|51|ref}}, [[Yugi Mutou (manga)|Yugi Mutou]] speculates that since [[Toon World (manga)|this card]] isn't circulated to the general public, it seems to be an original card made just for [[Maximillion J. Pegasus (manga)|Pegasus]], being the only one in the world.
 
* In the anime, there is only one copy of this card, the one [[Maximillion Pegasus|Pegasus]] uses. According to the anime, it was deemed too powerful to release for the general public.
 
   
 
* According to Pegasus, the page the "Toon World" book is open to is called "Evil Castle", and is the lair of "[[Toon Summoned Skull]]".
 
* According to Pegasus, the page the "Toon World" book is open to is called "Evil Castle", and is the lair of "[[Toon Summoned Skull]]".
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* This card's artwork is taken from {{chapter|Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist|68|ref}}, specifically from the panel showing "[[Toon Summoned Skull (manga)|Toon Summoned Skull]]" for the first time.
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* This is one of two [[Spell Card]]s in the game with no effect, this one with only a cost. The other card is “[[Broken Bamboo Sword]]”. Both cards don’t do anything and are only meant to support other cards and activate their effects.

Revision as of 12:56, August 17, 2019

  • An odd design choice according to fans, the reason this card isn’t a Field Spell Card despite its name and appearance is because this card came out before Master Rule 3, where two Field Spells can exist on the field, and because a lot of Toon monsters are destroyed if this card is also destroyed, making this card a Field Spell would have made it much easier to destroy as the opponent could simply activate their own Field Spell instead of wasting cards to destroy it.
    • This card’s improved counterpart, "Toon Kingdom", is more appropriately typed a Field Spell.
  • In Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Duel 51: "Toons Attack!", Yugi Mutou speculates that since this card isn't circulated to the general public, it seems to be an original card made just for Pegasus, being the only one in the world.
  • According to Pegasus, the page the "Toon World" book is open to is called "Evil Castle", and is the lair of "Toon Summoned Skull".
  • This is one of two Spell Cards in the game with no effect, this one with only a cost. The other card is “Broken Bamboo Sword”. Both cards don’t do anything and are only meant to support other cards and activate their effects.
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