Yu-Gi-Oh!: Cards Referring to Christmas
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In this article, I present to you the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards related to Christmas and their inspirations.Edit Article
Christmas Cards from Yu-Gi-Oh!
Santa ClawsSanta Claws is nothing more than a corrupted “Santa Claus”. In English, the second part of his name is a pun on the word "Claws". Its draw 1 card effect can be understood as a reference to the tradition of Christmas gifts.
Snowman EaterSnowman Eater refers to the traditional snowmen that are made in some countries during the Christmas season. And once again it is possible to observe a corrupted Christmas being, this time, there is a monster hidden under the snowman.
Ghostrick JackfrostGhostrick Jackfrost is another a snowman and makes reference to the movie Jack Frost (1998). In the film, the protagonist dies in a car accident and returns to life at Christmas to see his family again, but as a snowman.
Trickstar CorobaneTrickstar Corobane is inspired by Helleborus Niger, also called “Christmas Rose”. Furthermore, his appearance references Santa's helpers.
Performapal KuribohblePerformapal Kuribohble doesn't have very deep connections with the festive date, but it can be noticed that he is using props that give him a very Christmas look.
Windwitch - Snow BellWindwitch - Snow Bell has an appearance inspired by the decorations that are placed on the Christmas tree, and its name also refers to the Christmas period.
LinkerbellLinkerbell represents the star that is placed on top of Christmas trees and also has a bell, which is another symbol of this festive date.
Ghost BeefAccording to the card's description, Ghost Beef is "The Ghost of Christmas Dinner". Also, its name is a pun for “Roast beef”.
Mild TurkeyMoving on to the haunted Christmas foods, Mild Turkey represents a Christmas Turkey that has come to life, or nearly so.
Gift ExchangeIn Gift Exchange we can see the children of a family of goblins opening their Christmas presents. Most of them are happy, except for the one who received a T-shirt as a gift instead of toys.
Oh Tokenbaum!As the goblin children open presents, Oh Tokenbaum! shows us the adults feasting on Christmas dinner.