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Reptile-Type? Sea Serpent-Type?
In the anime (or at least the English dub), Atem refers to this card as a reptile. Is there anywhere else that refers to this card as a Sea Serpent? Just wondering where people got that idea.--DarkMastero 19:17, 29 March 2008 (UTC)
- I would definitely say it is a Reptile-Type monster since it does look like a snake but I don't know if it is a LIGHT, DARK, or DIVINE monster. --NejiHyuga900 (talk | contributions) "I am the Thunder Dragon!" 05:48, August 14, 2010 (UTC)
- Not to derail the type discussion, but the trivia page also refers to it as possibly Level 12. I managed to get a pic of the card itself, and it appears to be Level 10. Since there's no Gallery or Artworks pages for it, would anyone be willing to create one and add this to it? Thanks in advance. —烏Γ (kaw at me), 18:36, July 20, 2011 (UTC)
- I'd say it's 10 pretty clearly (for that crappy quality at least); just count the shadows of each star (tip: paste it into Paint, and count them with the pencil). Either way, thanks for that. —烏Γ (kaw at me), 18:53, July 20, 2011 (UTC)
Less Than 10 Cards to Attack?
I've had a thought: It says that as long as the card is on the field, the controller can't lose the duel. Now, if they run out of cards in their deck, maybe they can't attack, but they still aren't out? And what if they don't have ten cards, like they have... 7! 7 cards left in their deck! I dunno, sometimes I overthink things, so you can ignore me if you want. Skulls 00:10, 24 September 2008 (UTC)
- I think they would just send those remaining 7 cards to the grave to attack. I believe it still will count. --NejiHyuga900 (talk | contributions) "I am the Thunder Dragon!" 05:48, August 14, 2010 (UTC)
I believe that is most likely correct.- V. Fire Daniels
0 or ∞ original ATK
What happened to that gallery image from the US anime showing this physical card as having ∞ original ATK printed on it? (It was a cropped screencap of Dartz's Duel Disk, where thanks to the larger ATK/DEF boxes in the US anime, you can clearly see ∞ printed in both boxes.) And what do we do with the fact that the anime source and the official site contradict each other? (Just for an example, what would we do if someone in both the JP and US anime played a card that clearly had 1700 original ATK printed on the card, but then the official site said that its original ATK was 1800? I'd be more willing to believe that whoever's in charge of the official site made a typo, and note it under Trivia or something rather than putting it on the main page.) Blueapple128 (talk • contribs) 17:34, January 22, 2016 (UTC)