• The idea behind this card's effect is likely that "The Legendary Fisherman" hides beneath the waters of "Umi", which protect it from attacks and Spell effects, but hiding below the water's surface also keeps it from protecting the player.
  • This card's design may be inspired by a real man named Filomeno Patacsil, a Hawaiian fisherman who, in 1957, rode an 800-pound Tiger Shark in an attempt to free it from one of his fishing nets. Furthermore, in Hawaiian culture, sharks are highly respected creatures which may explain the normally odd combination of the fisherman himself and the shark he rides in this card's artwork.[1]


  1. Timothy Hurley (September 28, 2004). "Shark highly respected in Hawaiian culture | The Honolulu Advertiser | Hawaii's Newspaper". The Honolulu Advertiser. Retrieved May 9, 2017.

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