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Is Black Luster Soldier female?
For the longest time, I thought it was a woman. It was only until I was searching the female cards list to prove it to a friend of mine, but I couldn't find her on there.
Seriously, take a look at the card; small feminine face, long red hair, and armor covering her *ahem* lady bits. I also checked Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning and it still looks female. Same with Dragon Master Knight; still female (to me anyway). I don't count Primal Seed because it's just a silhouette. I will admit that I haven't seen the anime, was it revealed there? Anyone else have any ideas? ?Vulpine 23:48, 7 July 2009 (UTC)
- Well Black Luster Soldier seems to be Female, can tell by figure. Ironically Envoy seems to be male, maybe there are two black luster soldiers? It is possible that envoy is still same person, just more muscular. Primal seed’s picture does look to be male, but hard to tell. And since dragon master knight uses normal black luster that one is probably female (hard to see picture but looks female too). Also Black_Luster_Soldier_(DM) looks same as Black Luster (only armor is black). Hope that helps. Bio 00:12, 8 July 2009 (UTC)
Your looking way too deep into this. The overall consensus is that it's a guy. 3-D 00:32, 8 July 2009 (UTC)
- I do believe "Black Luster Soldier" is and always was male, but they have changed their mind about genders (or at least 1), since such video games. E.g. "Command Knight" ("Tactical Warrior") is male in Duelist of the Roses. It's not affected by any of the female specific Equip Cards. In 3D, it looks male too. It's also refered to as male in its rulings; "because of his effect". But later in the anime, particularly the artwork of "Cyclone Wing", it appears to be female. I blame the anime for screwing-up. -- Deltaneos (talk) 12:49, 8 July 2009 (UTC)
- This is anime. A feminine figure is meaningless. Danny Lilithborne 22:15, 8 July 2009 (UTC)