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PHHY-JP020 Vara, Generaid Seidhr (Vara, Seidhr of the Generaider Bosses)
Level 9 FIRE Fairy Effect Monster
You can only use the 2nd and 3rd effect of this card’s name each once per turn.
(1) You can only control 1 “Vara, Seidhr of the Generaider Bosses”.
(2) If this card is in your hand or GY: You can send 1 other “Generaider” card from your hand to the GY; Special Summon this card, but banish it when it leaves the field.
(3) If this card is Special Summoned: You can Special Summon 1 “Generaider” monster from your hand or GY, except “Vara, Seidhr of the Generaider Bosses”.
Vara itself seems to be a Germanic/Nordic word for ‘heed’ or ‘be aware of’. It could also be a feminized spelling of Var, a goddess of Oaths.
Seidhr itself is a form of pre-Christian Nordic magic associated with both seeing/telling the future as well as shaping the future, and while both men and women practiced it, it has an association with the feminine.
PHHY-JP047 Kage no Generaid Laevateinn (Laevateinn, Generaid of Shadows / Leyvaten, Generaider Boss of Shadows)
Rank 9 FIRE Fairy Xyz Effect Monster
Materials: 2+ Level 9 monsters
(1) You can only control 1 “Leyvaten, Generaider Boss of Shadows”.
(2) All monsters your opponent controls lose 1000 ATK/DEF.
(3) (Quick Effect): You can Tribute this Xyz Summoned card; Special Summon 1 non-Fairy “Generaider” Xyz Monster from your Extra Deck, then you can attach cards from the field and/or any GY(s) to it as material up to the number of materials this card had.
Note: Lævateinn is a weapon crafted by Loki, mentioned in the Poetic Edda. It’s been suggested to be a dart (or projectile), sword, or wand. However, while it seems to mean “Sure-Strike Bolt” or “Wounding Wand”, its name is a kenning (or metaphor) for a sword. While it also is associated as being a magic wand used by practitioners of Seidr.