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This card isn't Divine-Beast-Type. It has its own Type, making it the 23rd Type in the game, the Creator-Type. As seen here: 
- Compared to File:ObelisktheTormentor-VJMP-JP-UR.jpg, the left words are different. -Falzar FZ- (talk page|useful stuff) 04:32,
December 9, 2011 (UTC)
Male or female?
Can anyone say for sure which it is? It looks to me like an angelic, androgynous male, which fits with actual mythology where Horakhty is a male figure, but FredCat says it has breasts, and I... can't really tell. Rod (talk • contribs) 20:56, December 11, 2011 (UTC)
- Have you seen the anime or the manga?--Shiker the Phoenix King and the King Emperor(Talk) 20:57, December 11, 2011 (UTC)
- Horakhty looked female in the anime to me and had a feminine voice in the English version. They have a female voice actor in the Japanese version too. But it looks male to me in the manga image we have and I think when cards are based on mythological figures, they usually have the same gender. -- Deltaneos (talk) 21:18, December 11, 2011 (UTC)
Support For Divine-Beasts?
- No. It supports each of the three God Cards individually and specifically, it does not support Divine Beast-Type monsters in general. 「ディノ奴千？！」? · ☎ Dinoguy1000 03:54, January 20, 2012 (UTC)
- It is unknown. Since it is a legal card in the OCG, it should be, but the exact date is unknown. --UltimateKuriboh (talk • contribs) 03:29, May 3, 2013 (UTC)
Rename to "Holactie the Creator of Light"
The Monopoly name is certainly an official name, but there are other official English names. Should the Yu-Gi-Oh! Monopoly really have more influence than the other sources?
For reference, the following English-language media have given her a name.
- The anime uses "The Creator of Light".
- The manga uses "The Creator God of Light, Horakhty", but in a number of cases the manga uses the Japanese version name, rather than the English anime or TCG name.
- The English Duel Art also uses "The Creator God of Light, Horakhty". It uses English anime and TCG names, but with a few deviations. e.g. "Blue-Eyes" → "Blue Eyes", "Celtic Guardian" → "Celtic Warrior".
- The Monopoly game uses "Holactie the Creator of Light".
- Well, the Monopoly game also called the Millennium Ring, the Millennium Dream Catcher as see here, so it can be taken as non-official. But looking up the name Holactie the Creator of Light result in this wikia. This was create six years before the Monopoly game, so this name was known and it came from a unknown source. Also, another factor is the official yugioh.com. Overall, two for the official yugioh source and one from a unknown source. WinterNightmare (talk • contribs) 21:53, July 29, 2016 (UTC)
- If the name's been around for a few years, my best guess is that it might have been included in DVD extras. It's also possible the asker on that wiki translated the katakana themself and got "Holactie" or made a very coincidental misspelling, but they both seem unlikely.
- For yugioh.com, it's like they did with "Divine Serpent Geh" and "Timaeus the Knight of Destiny", who were only called "Divine Serpent" and "Knight of Destiny" in the anime. In all three scenarios, the anime gave the title, but not the name. In the case of "Knight of Destiny", the TCG also used the full name. Maybe we are just as well following yugioh.com for this. -- Deltaneos (talk) 00:07, July 30, 2016 (UTC)
- Well, to be precise, the full name for "Divine Serpent Geh" and "Timaeus the Knight of Destiny" came from the episode description before yugioh.com. However, there is no episode description that mention the English name of "Horakhty", so leave it alone and wait to see the upcoming year or either rename it "Holactie" by following yugioh.com. WinterNightmare (talk • contribs) 19:16, July 30, 2016 (UTC)