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Those are Agents. If we add that, then the whole list would include these as well.
- The Agent of Creation - Venus
- The Agent of Force - Mars
- The Agent of Judgment - Saturn
- The Agent of Wisdom - Mercury
As you can see, there are conflicts there. Splendid Venus and The Big Saturn have already taken Venus and Saturn's spots. There can only be 1 of each Legendary Planet. Hence, the Agents are not Legendary Planets. Falzar FZ 22:36, April 2, 2010 (UTC)
OK, this has been a bit of an issue on this page for a while, is or is Pluto not a planet? Pretty much every astronomer says it's not, but there's been a minor edit war going on as to whether or not there are 8 or 9 Legendary Planets. I've put in "eight or nine" a couple times myself, but someone always changes it to nine. So, anyone have any suggestions? --188.8.131.52 (talk) 06:30, July 15, 2010 (UTC)
Although technically there are 8 planets, it should be noted people have trouble letting that one go, as "9 planets" have quite a legacy in Japan, especially in the Sailor Moon series, where a "Sailor Pluto" does exist. The last card of the planet series would be either Neptune or Pluto, and considering the fact that Jim Crocodile Cook possess The Tyrant Neptune, we can guess Aster Phoenix is holding the last card (possibly named V-Hero The Pluto?) Everyone who has been keeping up witht the real world knows Pluto isn't a planet, but manga writers especially like it as the cold, dark, last planet of our solar system, and Neptune to them feels like an incomplete story. Also, considering the theme they have so far, each planet card fits with the powers of the Roman (originally Greek) god it is named after, and people love the underworld, no? --GoDai (talk • contribs) 05:38, August 23, 2010 (UTC)
- I can see where you are going with that so I wouldn't be surprised if there is a nineth. And by the way, good guess on the name, sounds very plausible.--Kuri-Master
- Actually, I think that it would most likely be [[V-Hero Pluto
- No, I took the name off the Japanese name of Elemental Hero Terra Firma, which is "E•HERO Zaa Aasu (The Earth)".
I believe Axel Brodie will possess either "The Mars" or "The Jupiter", because Mars is the god of war, which fits with his soldier-themed "Electro" monsters, OR he could have Jupiter, because he controls lightning.
- Just pure speculation here, but I'm reasonably certain that Aster got Mars because Jupiter, the largest planet and thus the strongest card, will be kept with the American Principal, since he's the one running the show. Pure speculation, of course, but it seems to make the most sense since Jaden's going to be Dueling the Principal at the end of the manga anyway, unless the real boss has been revealed to be someone other than him. --184.108.40.206 (talk) 08:15, September 6, 2010 (UTC)
Wait a minute... Edit
While I am still a supporter of the "8 Planet" idea, I just noticed an interesting fact about the manga that may give credence to Pluto having a card: The manga started while Pluto was still a planet. This means that, assuming the mangaka had the series fairly mapped out at inception and isn't just making this up as he goes along, he designed the Legendary Planets with Pluto in mind. Which is a more likely course of action then since Pluto's demotion: Completely redoing every plot that involved The ?????? Pluto, or simply ignoring that fact and continuing on as planned? --Blackstone Dresden (talk • contribs) 04:59, September 17, 2010 (UTC)
Were Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Uranus's Types and Attributes ever confirmed on panel, or are we just going by "well, I guess it LOOKS like it's an X"? If we're using the latter, then shouldn't we put everything back to ??? until we get some actual confirmation? --Blackstone Dresden (talk • contribs) 13:53, October 23, 2010 (UTC)
Eleventh planet? Edit
- The card in the center is "Winged Kuriboh." Flame Deity (talk • contribs) 21:08, January 21, 2011 (UTC)