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[quote name='~Burning Soul~' timestamp='1321130152' post='5635386']
dat name change :( , i prefered Des Rabbit
[/quote] Well Konami has to be consistent with their translations. Death Rabbit was Death Usagi, same deal as the frogs. Although, I wonder if there are any other Usagi cards.

Edit: Found one. Inaba White Rabbit is an Usagi card. Huh. Konami kind of screwed themselves with that one. Inaba White Rabbit was an obvious allusion of the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland so it should definitely be translated that way. Then Konami released cards who are explicitly named Rabbit in the OCG (Blade Rabbit, Rescue Rabbit and most likely Wind-Up Rabbit). Tricky tricky.

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[quote name='ΩMEGA KAISER' timestamp='1321132408' post='5635491']
Well Konami has to be consistent with their translations. Death Rabbit was Death Usagi, same deal as the frogs. Although, I wonder if there are any other Usagi cards.
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i was talking about the 'Des' part, even though the 'Des' cards have no synergy between each other, the kanji/katana was probably different for them to exclude it from the 'Des' archetype

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[quote name='~Burning Soul~' timestamp='1321132589' post='5635499']
i was talking about the 'Des' part, even though the 'Des' cards have no synergy between each other, the kanji/katana was probably different for them to exclude it from the 'Des' archetype
[/quote]It's not. They probably plan to retcon all Des monsters into Creepy monsters. As stupid as that is.

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[quote name='ΩMEGA KAISER' timestamp='1321132408' post='5635491']
Well Konami has to be consistent with their translations. Death Rabbit was Death Usagi, same deal as the frogs. Although, I wonder if there are any other Usagi cards.

Edit: Found one. Inaba White Rabbit is an Usagi card. Huh. Konami kind of screwed themselves with that one. Inaba White Rabbit was an obvious allusion of the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland so it should definitely be translated that way. Then Konami released cards who are explicitly named Rabbit in the OCG (Blade Rabbit, Rescue Rabbit and most likely Wind-Up Rabbit). Tricky tricky.
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Where we see a face in the moon, Japanese tradition sees a rabbit making mochi. Which honestly is about 10x as awesome. But yeah, that's the origin.

[quote name='ΩMEGA KAISER' timestamp='1321132870' post='5635511']
It's not. They probably plan to retcon all Des monsters into Creepy monsters. As stupid as that is.
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Well, Konami knows that 'Death' isn't going to become an archetype. 'Desu' has been alternately transliterated as 'Des', 'Doom', probably some exceptional single cases, and now 'Creepy'.

tl;dr just don't think about it.

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[quote name='ΩMEGA KAISER' timestamp='1321132408' post='5635491']Inaba White Rabbit was an obvious allusion of the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland so it should definitely be translated that way.
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lolno.

White rabbit in the moon that pounds mochi? Never heard the tale?

awks.

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[quote name='Cursed Reaction' timestamp='1321137796' post='5635755']


lolno.

White rabbit in the moon that pounds mochi? Never heard the tale?

awks.
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lolno.

Inaba No Shiro Usagi is a completely different story of a clever rabbit who tried to cross the ocean across sharks' backs by lying to them that he will count the number of the pack. In the end they found out he was lying, and he was badly hurt by them, but he was saved by Yamata-No-Kami and helped him look for the perfect bride.

awks.

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[quote name='Darkplant - FEAR' timestamp='1321138640' post='5635784']
lolno.

Inaba No Shiro Usagi is a completely different story of a clever rabbit who tried to cross the ocean across sharks' backs by lying to them that he will count the number of the pack. In the end they found out he was lying, and he was badly hurt by them, but he was saved by Yamata-No-Kami and helped him look for the perfect bride.

awks.
[/quote]Huh. I had no clue. Thanks for the tale.

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[quote name='Darkplant - FEAR' timestamp='1321138640' post='5635784']


lolno.

Inaba No Shiro Usagi is a completely different story of a clever rabbit who tried to cross the ocean across sharks' backs by lying to them that he will count the number of the pack. In the end they found out he was lying, and he was badly hurt by them, but he was saved by Yamata-No-Kami and helped him look for the perfect bride.

awks.
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Konami can obviously mix and match legends.

Horribly nevertheless.

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