"Noble Arms", known as "Holy Sword" (
"Celestial Sword - Eatos" is also "Noble Arms" card because it has 「
- Each of them is side-unique.
- They can only be equipped to Warrior-Type monsters.
- If destroyed while face-up on the field and sent to the Graveyard, the player can target 1 face-up Warrior-Type "Noble Knight" monster they control and equip the destroyed card to that target.
In addition, all "Noble Arms" Equip Spell Cards (again, except "Excaliburn" and "Celestial Sword - Eatos", as well as "Noble Arms - Clarent") have artworks that depict a sword embedded in stone, a reference to the Arthurian legend of the Sword in the Stone.
|Noble Arms - Arfeudutyr||Arondight||Lancelot||Modern name for the weapon; it is unnamed in classical legends|
|Noble Arms - Caliburn||Excalibur||King Arthur||Based on the sword Arthur pulled from the stone, one of the two ways told of how Arthur obtained Excalibur|
|Noble Arms - Excaliburn||Based on the sword given by the Lady of the Lake, one of the two ways told of how Arthur obtained Excalibur|
|Noble Arms - Gallatin||Gallatin||Gawain||In some works, Gawain's strength waxes and wanes with the sun; in the most common form of this motif, his might triples by noon, but fades as the sun sets.|
|Noble Arms of Destiny||Galahad's sword and shield||Galahad||Galahad is associated with a white shield with a vermilion cross, the very same emblem given to the Templars by Pope Eugene III|
|Noble Arms - Clarent||Clarent||Mordred||The Alliterative Morte Arthure, a Middle English poem, mentions Clarent, a sword of peace meant for knighting and ceremonies as opposed to battle, which Mordred stole and then used to kill Arthur.|
|Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms||Guinevere|