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|fusion monsters =
 
|fusion monsters =
* [[Elder Entity Norden]]
 
 
* [[Mavelus]]
 
* [[Mavelus]]
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* [[Invoked Raidjin]]
   
 
|xyz monsters =
 
|xyz monsters =
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* [[Swallow's Nest]]
 
* [[Swallow's Nest]]
 
* [[Trade-In]]
 
* [[Trade-In]]
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* [[Execution of the Contract]]
   
 
|traps =
 
|traps =
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* [[Spiritual Wind Art - Miyabi]]
 
* [[Spiritual Wind Art - Miyabi]]
 
* [[Urgent Ritual Art]]
 
* [[Urgent Ritual Art]]
|pendulum monsters = * [[Kuro-Obi Karate Spirit]]
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* [[Yoko-Zuna Sumo Spirit]]|link monsters = * [[Greatfly]]}}
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|pendulum monsters =
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* [[Kuro-Obi Karate Spirit]]
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* [[Yoko-Zuna Sumo Spirit]]
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|link monsters =
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* [[Greatfly]]
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* [[Hraesvelgr, the Desperate Doom Eagle]]
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* [[Wynn the Wind Charmer, Verdant]]
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==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 04:46, April 30, 2020

"Shinob", known as "Esprit" (霊魂 (エスプリット) Esupuritto) in Japanese, is a series of WIND Winged Beast Spirit monsters, debuting in Raging Tempest.

DesignEdit

The TCG name of the series derives from "shinobi", another word for "ninja". The only member that's undoubtedly a shinobi is "Shinobird Crow" (whose Japanese name reads "Esprit Bird - Shinobigarasu").

The Ritual Monsters in the series are based off the story of Tanabata.

Shinob card Origin
Shinobaron Peacock Hikoboshi
Shinobaroness Peacock Orihime
Shinobird Crane Crane
Shinobird Pigeon Pigeon
Shinobird Crow Raven
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ReferencesEdit


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