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This is the same as Magic Formula. The effect was simply altered when they turned it into a real card.

-- Precisely that. 'Altered'. In the Anime, it may have the same Card Art, but it still had a different effect. We want to preserve -all- varients of card effects. --TwoTailedFox (My Talk Page) 22:57, 27 December 2006 (UTC)

--Then why don't we have to different articles for Card of Sanctity?

--- Because the card name is the same. If the card name is different, and the card effect is different, them a seperate article is made. Right now, I'm just figuring out how "Chaos Shield" actually worked in the Anime. It appears to be an Equip Spell Card, used on Castle of Dark Illusions, as opposed to the Continuous Spell Card in the OCG/TCG.

--- Magic Formula is the English name for Dark Magician's Tome of Black Magic. It's the same card. And Panik's Chaos Shield and the TCG Yellow Luster Shield have the same Japanese name, Chaos Shield. In the manga, it increases the equipped monster's DEF by 600, but since Castle of Dark Illusions was so big, Panik could place his monsters beneath the Castle so that they also got the boost. Of course, this is only possible under the ad hoc Duelist Kingdom rules, so they built it into the real card.

The best way to do it would be:

You may equip this to one monster on your side of the field. If equiped to "Castle of Dark Illusions" increase the DEF of all monsters on your side of the field by 600 and switch them to Defense Position, if "Castle of Dark Illusions" is destroyed while this card is equipped to it destroy all monsters on your side of the field and (somehow calculate LP damage, can't remember how it was done).

If equiped to any other monster increase it's DEF by 600. --208.60.233.70 19:38, 29 December 2006 (UTC)

--- Sorry, I meant that Magic Formula and Dark Magician's Tome of Black Magic have the same Japanese name: Majutsu no Jumonsho, or Magician's Spellbook. Magic Formula and Dark Magician's Tome of Black Magic are just two different translations/English names.--Deus Ex Machina 20:06, 29 December 2006 (UTC)

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