Blue Eyes White

Some articles on blue, white, blue eyes, blue eyes white:

Seto Kaiba - Deck
... Kaiba's signature cards are his three Blue-Eyes White Dragons and the fusion monster formed from the three dragons, the Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon ... Summoning a Blue-Eyes for a final assault is Kaiba's trademark victory move ... To this end, he also utilizes a wide variety of support cards to power up the Blue-Eyes and make it easier to summon ...
List Of Yu-Gi-Oh! Characters - Millenium World - Kisara
... Kisara (キサラ?) is the keeper of the Blue Eyes White Dragon in the Egyptian Memory arc ... Years later, Seto again stumbles across Kisara being stoned because of her pale white skin, deep blue eyes and snow white hair ... that Kisara's spirit is unique, and that the white dragon - her Ka - has fused with her Ba, or her mind/heart ...
List Of Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards - Notable Individual Cards - Blue-Eyes White Dragon
... During the Memory World arc, the Blue Eyes White Dragon is revealed to be the Ka of a girl named Kisara ... As a monster, versus just a playing card, the power of the Blue Eyes was shown to surpass even that of the Egyptian gods, as it was the first monster to successfully injure Zorc Necrophades ... In the anime, there were only four copies of the Blue-Eyes White Dragon cards ...

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    Buz, quoth the blue fly,
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    And so do we:
    In his ear, in his nose, thus, do you see?
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    Ben Jonson (1572–1637)

    In the learned journal, in the influential newspaper, I discern no form; only some irresponsible shadow; oftener some monied corporation, or some dangler, who hopes, in the mask and robes of his paragraph, to pass for somebody. But through every clause and part of speech of the right book I meet the eyes of the most determined men; his force and terror inundate every word: the commas and dashes are alive; so that the writing is athletic and nimble,—can go far and live long.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)