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Spell Card Wrong Wednesday - 1

Owner
Doremy Sweet
Wrong Wednesday — 1
Comment
こいつ……
敵なのか味方なのか……
Translation
Her again...
Is she on my side or not...?
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Spell Card Wrong Wednesday - 2
竹符「バンブーラビリンス」 (Takefu "Banbuu Rabirinsu")
Bamboo Sign "Bamboo Labyrinth"
Owner
Mai Teireida
Wrong Wednesday — 2
Comment
竹が光ってるー!
かぐや姫の大量生産だー!
Translation
The bamboo's glowiiing!
It's a Princess Kaguya factory up in here!
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Spell Card Wrong Wednesday - 3
茗荷「メスメリズムダンス」 (Myouga "Mesumerizumu Dansu")
Myoga Ginger[1] "Mesmerism Dance"
Owner
Satono Nishida
Wrong Wednesday — 3
Comment
おかしいな、渦って中心に向かって
粒子が集まるから起こるんじゃないのかな
Translation
Weird... I thought whirlpools occured because
the particles gather towards the center?
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Spell Card Wrong Wednesday - 4
笹符「タナバタスタードリーム」 (Sasafu "Tanabata Sutaa Doriimu")
Broadleaf[2] Sign "Tanabata Star Dream"
Owner
Mai Teireida
Wrong Wednesday — 4
Comment
何これ、写真では判りづらい滅茶苦茶な動き!
動画の方が良いんだけど、弾消せないし……
Translation
What the?! These movements are total nonsense, but you can't tell from just a photo!
A video would be better, but I can't erase bullets with that...
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Spell Card Wrong Wednesday - 5
冥加「ビハインドナイトメア」 (Myouga "Bihaido Naitomea")
Myoga Blessing[1] "Behind Nightmare"
Owner
Satono Nishida
Wrong Wednesday — 5
Comment
結構キツイのに写真では難しさが伝わらない……
こう言うのって軽くイラッとくるわね
Translation
This one's pretty tough, but a photo doesn't convey the difficulty...
This sort of thing really ticks you off just a little bit.
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Spell Card Wrong Wednesday - 6

Owner
Mai Teireida and Satono Nishida
Wrong Wednesday — 6
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変な帽子被ってるわね、何て言ったっけ?
あの古典ヤンキーの髪型……に似ている
Translation
They sure have some weird hats. What were those called?
They're like that old-style 'delinquent kid' haircut... sorta.[3]
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  1. 1.0 1.1 The prefixes of Satono's cards are homophones: ginger (茗荷 myoga) and divine protection (冥加 myouga).
  2. Both take () and sasa () mean 'bamboo'; sasa is often used to refer to the broad-leafed variety of bamboo associated with Tanabata.
  3. In Japan, "Pompadour hair" is always combinated with regent hair and is called "Regent hair". The design was imported there by Elvis Presley, and its image was naughty teens.