The last Yugi card is here, and its another reference to an anime idiom.
DP23-JP003 Tamashii no Shimobe | Servant of the Soul/Faithful Servant
You can use the (2)nd effect with this card’s name only once per turn.
(1) Place on top of the Deck 1 card from your hand, Deck, or GY that has the name “Dark Magician” or specifically lists the card(s) “Dark Magician” and/or “Dark Magician Girl” in its text, except “Faithful Servant”.
(2) During your Main Phase: You can banish this card from your GY; draw cards equal to the number of “Palladium Oracle” monsters, “Dark Magician”, and/or “Dark Magician Girl” with different names on the field and in the GYs.
Notes: the idiom hinted at earlier is how in the anime Dark/Yami Yugi speaks about Dark Magician, which is a posthumous incarnation of Mahad, a high priest who served Pharaoh Atem (Dark Yugi’s living self) in ancient Egypt. The idiom may refer to a belief back then that, even in the afterlife, a pharaoh would need servants – initially this led to royal entourages being sacrificed upon their ruler’s death, but later on this practice was mercifully replaced by burying figures modeled after that entourage alongside him.
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