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"'''Dark Magician Girl'''", known as "'''Black Magician Girl'''" (ブラック・マジシャン・ガール ''Burakku Majishan Gāru'') in Japan, is an [[archetype]], and a sub-archetype of the "[[Dark Magician (archetype)|Dark Magician]]" and "[[Magician Girl]]" archetypes. They are all based on "[[Dark Magician Girl]]". It is only supported by "[[Dark Burning Attack]]".
 
"'''Dark Magician Girl'''", known as "'''Black Magician Girl'''" (ブラック・マジシャン・ガール ''Burakku Majishan Gāru'') in Japan, is an [[archetype]], and a sub-archetype of the "[[Dark Magician (archetype)|Dark Magician]]" and "[[Magician Girl]]" archetypes. They are all based on "[[Dark Magician Girl]]". It is only supported by "[[Dark Burning Attack]]".

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"Dark Magician Girl", known as "Black Magician Girl" (ブラック・マジシャン・ガール Burakku Majishan Gāru) in Japan, is an archetype, and a sub-archetype of the "Dark Magician" and "Magician Girl" archetypes. They are all based on "Dark Magician Girl". It is only supported by "Dark Burning Attack".

In Portuguese and Spanish, the effect of "The Eye of Timaeus" supports "Mago(a) Negro(a)" and "Mago/a Oscuro/a", respectively, which includes both the name of "Dark Magician" ("Mago Negro", "Mago Oscuro") and part of the name of "Dark Magician Girl" ("Pequena Maga Negra", "Chica Maga Oscura") in that language. In Italian, despite the term for "Dark Magician" differing between "Dark Magician" ("Mago Nero") and "Dark Magician Girl" ("Ragazza Maga Nera"), only the former is supported. In French and German, "Dark Magician Girl" is supported as an individual card rather than an archetype.

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