• This card's name is most likely derived from the sensible quality of moisture/wetness among Aristotle's classical elements. In his treatise On Generation and Corruption, Aristotle defined each of the four classical elements (Fire, Air, Water, and Earth) as being composed between two sensible qualities (Wetness, Dryness, Hotness, and Coldness). The monsters depicted on this card's artwork are respectively WATER and LIGHT (standing in for Air) Attribute, the two classical elements whose shared sensible quality is wetness/moisture.

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