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    Infinity Chasers From VJump

    The Evil Eye theme revealed along with an Infinite Ignition Xyz and a Witchcraft monster!



    DBIC-JP028 Jyagan no Shito Medusa (OCG: Medusa, Deathsciple of the Evil Eye/TCG: Medusa, Watcher of the Evil Eye)
    Level 4 DARK Fiend Effect Monster
    ATK 1400
    DEF 1600
    You can only use the 2nd effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) When this card is Normal Summoned: You can target 1 “Evil Eye” card in your GY, except “Medusa, Watcher of the Evil Eye”; add that card to your hand.
    (2) If this card is equipped with “Evil Eye of Selene” (Quick Effect): You can target 1 monster in your opponent’s GY; banish that monster.
    (3) Once per turn, during the next Standby Phase after this card’s 2nd effect was activated: Banish 1 card in your GY.



    DBIC-JP030 Jyagan no Kenzoku Bajilius (Bajilius, Retainer of the Evil Eye)
    Level 3 DARK Fiend Effect Monster
    ATK 400
    DEF 2000
    You can only Special Summon a card with this card’s name with its 1st effect once per turn. You can only activate the 2nd effect of this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) If you control an “Evil Eye” monster, you can Special Summon this card (from the hand).
    (2) During your Main Phase: You can send 1 “Evil Eye” Spell/Trap from your Deck to the GY.



    DBIC-JP033 Jyagan Ryouisa -Pareidolia- (Pareidolia, Domain of the Evil Eye)
    Field Spell Card
    You can only activate a card with this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) When this card is activated: You can add 1 “Evil Eye” monster from your Deck to your hand.
    (2) Once per turn, while you control “Evil Eye of Selene” in a Spell/Trap Zone, when an “Evil Eye” monster you control is attacked, during damage calculation: You can activate this effect; damage you take from this battle is also inflicted to your opponent.
    (3) If this card in a Field Zone is destroyed by an effect: You can target 1 “Evil Eye” monster in your GY; add that monster to your hand.



    DBIC-JP034 Kanki no Jyagan (Forbidden Awakening of the Evil Eye)
    Normal Spell Card
    You can only activate a card with this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) Special Summon 1 “Evil Eye” monster from your hand or GY. If “Evil Eye of Selene” is in your Spell & Trap Zone, you can Special Summon 1 “Evil Eye” monster from your Deck instead.



    DBIC-JP035 Sanka no Jyagan (Curse of the Evil Eye)
    Quick-Play Spell Card
    You can only activate a card with this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) If you control an “Evil Eye” monster: You can target 1 Spell/Trap Card your opponent controls; destroy that card. If “Evil Eye of Selene” is in your Spell & Trap Zone, the card destroyed by this effect is banished instead of being sent to the GY.



    DBIC-JP036 Seikan no Jyagan (Watchful Rule of the Evil Eye)
    Continuous Spell Card
    You can only activate a card with this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) You can also banish 1 “Evil Eye” card from your GY to activate this card; if you do so, draw 1 card.
    (2) Once per turn, when an “Evil Eye” monster equipped with “Evil Eye of Selene” attacks, during damage calculation: You can activate this effect; banish that opponent’s monster.
    (3) If this card in a Spell & Trap Zone is destroyed by an effect: You can target up to 3 of your banished “Evil Eye” cards; return those cards to the GY.



    DBIC-JP037 Tosetsu no Jyagan (Jealous Disruption of the Evil Eye)
    Normal Trap Card
    You can only activate a card with this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) If you control an “Evil Eye” monster: You can target 1 monster on the field; return that monster to the hand. If “Evil Eye of Selene” is in your Spell & Trap Zone, you can target 2 monsters with this card’s effect.



    DBIC-JP038 Shihai no Jyagan (Death Control of the Evil Eye)
    Continuous Trap Card
    You can only activate a card with this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) When your opponent Special Summons a monster in Attack Position, if you control an “Evil Eye” monster with higher ATK than that monster: You can target that monster to activate this card; take control of that monster. If you control “Evil Eye of Selene” in your Spell & Trap Zone, it’s also treated as an “Evil Eye” monster. When that monster leaves the field, destroy this card.



    DBIC-JP039 Danzai no Jyagan (Sentence of the Evil Eye)
    Counter Trap Card
    You can only activate a card with this card’s name once per turn.
    (1) When a Spell/Trap is activated while you control an “Evil Eye” monster: Negate that activation, and if you do, destroy that card. If you control “Evil Eye of Selene” in your Spell & Trap Zone, this card’s activation and effect cannot be negated.



    DBIC-JP007 Mugen Kidou Riverstorm (Infinite Ignition Riverstorm)
    Rank 5 EARTH Machine Xyz Effect Monster
    ATK 2500
    DEF 500
    Materials: 2 Level 5 monsters
    You can only use the 1st and 3rd effects of this card’s name each once per turn.
    (1) You can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card; either add 1 EARTH Machine monster from your Deck to your hand, or send 1 EARTH Machine monster from your Deck to the GY.
    (2) When this card destroys an opponent’s monster by battle: You can attach that monster to this card as Xyz Material.
    (3) If this card is in the GY: You can Tribute 1 Machine Link Monster; Special Summon this card in Defense Position.



    DBIC-JP016 Witchcraft Schmitta
    Level 4 FIRE Spellcaster Effect Monster
    ATK 1800
    DEF 600
    You can only use the 1st and 2nd effect of this card’s name each once per turn.
    (1) During either player’s Main Phase: You can Tribute this card, then discard 1 Spell card from your hand; Special Summon 1 “Witchcraft” monster from your Deck, except “Witchcraft” Schmitta.
    (2) You can banish this card from your GY; send 1 “Witchcraft” card from your Deck to the GY, except “Witchcraft Schmitta”.

    Source: https://yu-gi-oh.jp/index.php?page=details&&id=483

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    Anybody else want to see the Witchcraft and Charmer girls as rival teams?

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    God, I'm loving all those extra edgy name on the Evil Eye cards.

    Also, the Witchcraft gimmick is just what I expected: discarding Spells to activate.
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    What's the mythical origin of the theme? Hinduism it appears according to Urban Dictionary.

    And Yu Yu Hakusho.

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    For which theme?

    Evil Eye is a mishmash.
    Sariel and Zerachiel are two spellings for the name of one Archangel. Medusa is a Greek Mythology monster. Basilius is from "basilisk", which from somewhere in Europe. Selene is a Greek moon goddess. Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon (seeing shapes in arbitrary thing, like saying a cloud looks animal or the shadow of a rock looks like a person's face).

    Infinite Ignition also seems to be the case. Goliath is a giant from the Bible, but Riverstorm is not a Bible thing as far as I know. Their theme is probably more tied to heavy machinery than mythology.

    Witchcraft so far only has "Schmitta", which I assume was supposed to be actually Shemitah.
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    Evil Eye I meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comun View Post

    Witchcraft so far only has "Schmitta", which I assume was supposed to be actually Shemitah.
    I can see that possibility from her effect. Given the background in the art though, Schmitt is a spelling of the German word for Smith. Schmitta might just be a feminine naming reference to her smithing craftwork. That witch's 'broom' she's holding is likely a bellows.
    Last edited by ScionStorm; 16th January 2019 at 05:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comun View Post
    For which theme?
    Sariel and Zerachiel are two spellings for the name of one Archangel. Medusa is a Greek Mythology monster. Basilius is from "basilisk", which from somewhere in Europe. Selene is a Greek moon goddess. Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon (seeing shapes in arbitrary thing, like saying a cloud looks animal or the shadow of a rock looks like a person's face).
    There looks like there might be some commonality between them. Medusa and the basilisk are both well known for messing up who looks at them. Pareidolia is about seeing things that aren't there. Sariel is a little more complicated, but supposedly he sees the sin in the spirit and the bloodshed on earth, so that goes along with the theme of sight. He also taught men the lunar calendar, which ties into the moon theme from selene.
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    Guess they are like hexers competing with each other.

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