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Midboss Spell Card

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Spell Card 117
封符「カードバウンド・キャプティブ」(Fūfu "Kādobaundo Kyaputibu")
Seal Sign "Card-Bound Captive"[1]
Owner
Jami Wang
Stage 5 — Easy
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Spell Card 118
封符「カードバウンド・キャプティブ」(Fūfu "Kādobaundo Kyaputibu")
Seal Sign "Card-Bound Captive"[1]
Owner
Jami Wang
Stage 5 — Normal
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Spell Card 119
封符「デジバウンド・デビル」(Fūfu "Dejibaundo Debiru")
Seal Sign "Digi-Bound Devil"[2]
Owner
Jami Wang
Stage 5 — Hard
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Spell Card 120
封符「デジバウンド・デビル」(Fūfu "Dejibaundo Debiru")
Seal Sign "Digi-Bound Devil"[2]
Owner
Jami Wang
Stage 5 — Lunatic

Boss Spell Card #1

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Spell Card 121
妙影「虫籠の走馬灯」(Myōkage "Mushikago no Sōmatō")
Odd Silhouette "Insect Cage Zoetrope"[3]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Easy
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Spell Card 122
妙影「虫籠の走馬灯」(Myōkage "Mushikago no Sōmatō")
Odd Silhouette "Insect Cage Zoetrope"[3]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Normal
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Spell Card 123
奇影「虎檻の走馬灯」(Kikage "Toraori no Sōmatō")
Strange Silhouette "Tiger Cage Zoetrope"[3]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Hard
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Spell Card 124
奇影「虎檻の走馬灯」(Kikage "Toraori no Sōmatō")
Strange Silhouette "Tiger Cage Zoetrope"[3]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Lunatic

Boss Spell Card #2

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Spell Card 125
痛影「ジェイラーズジベット」(Tsūkage "Jeirāzu Jibetto")
Pained Silhouette "Jailer's Gibbet"[4]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Easy
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Spell Card 126
痛影「ジェイラーズジベット」(Tsūkage "Jeirāzu Jibetto")
Pained Silhouette "Jailer's Gibbet"[4]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Normal
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Spell Card 127
苦影「アイアンメイデン」(Kukage "Aian Meiden")
Agonizing Silhouette "Iron Maiden"[4]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Hard
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Spell Card 128
「ベル・ラ・コリヴォー」("Beru ra Korivō")
"Belle La Corriveau"[4]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Lunatic

Boss Spell Card #3

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Spell Card 129
回影「パノプティコンモビール」(Kaikage "Panoputikon Mobīru")
Spinning Silhouette "Panopticon[5] Mobile"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Easy
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Spell Card 130
回影「パノプティコンモビール」(Kaikage "Panoputikon Mobīru")
Spinning Silhouette "Panopticon[5] Mobile"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Normal
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Spell Card 131
旋影「キネティックパノプティコン」(Senkage "Kinetikku Panoputikon")
Whirling Silhouette "Kinetic Panopticon[5]"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Hard
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Spell Card 132
旋影「キネティックパノプティコン」(Senkage "Kinetikku Panoputikon")
Whirling Silhouette "Kinetic Panopticon[5]"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Lunatic

Boss Spell Card #4

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Spell Card 133
舞影「復讐七变化」(Maikage "Fukushū Nana-henka")
Dancing Silhouette "Revenge Drama in Seven Acts"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Easy
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Spell Card 134
舞影「復讐七变化」(Maikage "Fukushū Nana-henka")
Dancing Silhouette "Revenge Drama in Seven Acts"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Normal
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Spell Card 135
疲影「サラリーマンが演じる赤い靴」(Hikage "Sararīman ga Enjiru Akai Kutsu")
Exhausted Silhouette "Salaryman's De røde Sko"[6]
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Hard
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Spell Card 136
「忠実な社畜の献身」("Chūjitsu na Shachiku no Kenshin")
"Corporate Livestock's Self-Sacrifice"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Lunatic

Boss Spell Card #5

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Spell Card 137
鏡影「ゼルプスト・エアケントニス」(Kyōkage "Zerupusuto Eakentonisu")
Mirror Silhouette "Selbsterkenntnis"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Easy
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Spell Card 138
鏡影「ゼルプスト・エアケントニス」(Kyōkage "Zerupusuto Eakentonisu")
Mirror Silhouette "Selbsterkenntnis"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Normal
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Spell Card 139
鏡影「ゼルプスト・エアケントニス」(Kyōkage "Zerupusuto Eakentonisu")
Mirror Silhouette "Selbsterkenntnis"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Hard
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Spell Card 140
アリスの影「子供の反省会」(Arisu no Kage "Kodomo no Hansei-kai")
Alice Silhouette "Child's Hansei-Kai"
Owner
Padma Raksasa
Stage 5 — Lunatic

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Based on the tale depicted in the Shenxian Zhuan, where the hermit Wang Yao cured people of illness by calling out and trapping the jami possessing them into a prison drawn on the ground.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Derived from "Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei", the name of two distinct video games based on a trilogy of science-fantasy novels written by Japanese author Aya Nishitani, one of which would go on to form the Megami Tensei franchise.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 A Zoetrope is a type of 19th century revolving lantern. The device consisted of a cylindrical drum with images cut on its inner surface, and when that device was spun, it'd give the impression of continuous motion. In addition, the term "soumatou" (走馬灯, lit. "revolving lantern") is often associated with the "flashback" phenomenon that is said to occur before death.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 "La Corriveau" is a well-known folktale originating from Quebec, Canada. In 1776, Marie-Josephte Corriveau was declared guilty of murdering her second husband and sentenced to public execution in Quebec City. Her corpse was hung within an iron gibbet and publicly displayed for five weeks until it had completely decayed, leaving nothing but bone. Marie's fate had inspired several Canadian folktales, depicting her as a witch who had been with seven husbands and murdered each of them. After her execution, Marie's ghost would continue to terrorize any passerbys unlucky enough to cross her path.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 A concept for a prison structure crafted by the British philosopher, Jeremy Bentham. The structure consisted of a central monitoring tower surrounded by several cells facing towards it. Bentham had believed the structure would make prisoners feel like they're being watched, even when there were no jailers around, thus making the convict self-disciplined.
  6. "De røde sko" (The Red Shoes) is a fairy tale written by Danish author and poet, Hans Christian Andersen. In this story, a young girl named Karen acquires a pair of red shoes and becomes so infatuated by them that she wears them to church, despite the warnings of her foster mother. As a result, the shoes are cursed and Karen is forced to dance tirelessly as punishment for her vanity.
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