|창세신의 일격||changsesin-ui ilgyeog||Creator's Blow|
|Parent Skills||Derived Skills|
A card that re-enacts the blow of the Creator God, Han Gun-Jae.
With the Last Card, Yopy is summoned the most powerful entity in the game, 'The Creator God', Han Gun-Jae. Under Yopy's command, the summoned Han Gun-Jae delivers blows to the target(s) that is strong enough to kill even a God.
|Episode 107||As Yopy is about to use his Last Card on Han Sung-Gong, the God of Combat stops him and tells him that it's not the right time to use it.|
|Episode 174||During the battle between The Gods and Zero, Yopy used his Last Card to summon Sword Master. Under the direction of Yopy's will, Sword Master summoned the his sword and proceeded to deliver a powerful slash that dissected God of Combat, God of Time and Space and Zero. Sword Master then sliced up the three beings into pieces completely destroying them, which led to a rewriting of the rules of Lucid Adventure.|
- Main Article: LINE Webtoon Translation Issues
창세신의 일격 is translated as Creator's Blow by LINE Webtoon.
신 means "god; deity"
의 means the suffix -’s. It Indicates that the previous word has possession of the next one. It functions like the English suffix “’s”, or like the word “of” with the position of possessor and possessee switched. So basically "X's ball" or "Ball of X".
일격 is the Korean form of the Hanja '一擊' which literally means "one blow; strike". It is an act of making one attack or such an attack
창세신의 일격 literally means Creator God's Blow or World Creating God's Blow or World Creator God's Blow.
최후의 카드 literally means "Last Card; Final Card". When the card was first mentioned in Episode 107, LINE Webtoon incorrectly translated it as 'Ace in the Hole'. Since then, it has been correctly translated as 'Last Card'.
Notes & Trivia
- The card is ?? because it is beyond the normal rarity scale as it was given to Yopy by the Absolute God himsefl. Chronologically, this is the first "??" rare card used by Yopy but it was only revealed to be "??" in Season 2 Episode 81. Breach of Contract was used in Season 2 Episode 80.
- The picture on the card is from Han Gun-Jae sitting on The Antler in Episode 21.
- It has not been revealed why Yopy calls it his Last Card. It may be because this was the strongest card he ever had in his arsenal so the "Last" implied a finality.
- Yopy actually first pulled out his card with the intent to use it in Episode 105, but he almost activated it in Episode 107 before he was stopped by God of Combat.
- The glow on Yopy's card is from Han Gun-Jae's power. In Season 2 Episode 80, you can see that when Han Gun-Jae was creating the power a simlar glow surrounded his hand and the card itself after it was created.
- Zero Hypothesised that Han Gun-Jae used the last of his "fading power" to give this skill to Yopy.
- Yopy received it from Han Gun-Jae when they first met at the Purple Phoenix Nest.
- Although unconfirmed, the card most likely has a one time usage.
- Fans have noted that the blow back from using the skill is similar to the blowback the users of the Infinity Gauntlet receive after snapping their fingers with all Infinity Stones equipped. The LINE episode came out very close to the release of Avengers: Endgame.
- It is ironic that the God of Combat stopped Yopy from using the card against Han Sung-Gong, but was later killed by the same card.
- The resulting explosion caused by Sword Master's destruction of The Gods was enough to burn the entire left side of Yopy. In AE 1, Pooh Upooh told Drip Soup that Yopy was dying. It is most likely from the explosion caused by the destruction of the Gods but this has not been confirmed.
- In the Yu-Gi-Oh! series, there are several cards named 'Creator'.
- There is a card called The Creator. Curiously, the name of the cardis written as "Creator God" (창세신) in Japanese, but is read as 'Creator' (can be "크리에이터" or "창조자").
- The actual strongest summon in the series is a divine monster called Holactie the Creator of Light. It is the only Creator God type in the entire series and is a combination of the other three Egyptian Gods that form the "Egyptian God" Deck