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* "[[Manga Ryu-Ran]]" appears on the front of this book, while "[[Toon Mermaid]]" appears on the back cover.
 
* "[[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.
 
   
 
* This book appears in the artworks of the following cards:
 
* This book appears in the artworks of the following cards:
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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]]”
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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 [[: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".
 
* 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".
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** 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'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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* This book is based on a [[wikipedia:Pop-up book|pop-up book]].
   
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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.
 
* 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.
* So far, this is the only [[Spell Card]] with a [[Life Points]] [[cost]] that doesn't have a subsequent action immediately followed after it.
 

Revision as of 12:56, 17 August 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.
  • 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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