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Earthbound Immortal Uru

Earthbound Immortal Uru

Attribute DARK

Level 10

Monster Type Insect

Card Type Effect

ATK 3000

DEF 3000

Card Text

There can only be 1 "Earthbound Immortal" monster on the field. If there is no face-up Field Spell Card on the field, destroy this card. Your opponent cannot target this card for attacks. This card can attack your opponent directly. Once per turn: You can Tribute 1 other monster, then target 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; take control of that target, until the End Phase.

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Earthbound Immortal

For the arc known as "Earthbound Immortals" in the dub, see Dark Signers (arc).

"Earthbound Immortal", known as "Earthbound God" (Jibakushin) in Japan, is a sub-archetype of the "Earthbound" archetype used by the Dark Signers in the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's anime, composed of 7 Level 10 DARKmonsters with various Types.

They are among the largest monsters seen in the anime; dwarfing humans and being comparable to massive buildings in size.


The "Earthbound Immortals" are based on the Nazca Lines. Each of them are pictured rising from their corresponding Line and their form matches the being they represent, as well as their Type. The "Earthbound Immortals" also each have a color of the rainbow.

When they are Summoned in the anime (and some video games), a beating stone heart appears in the sky absorbing souls in the vicinity, followed by a flash of light revealing their full form. When the Dark Signer is defeated, the souls their "Earthbound Immortal" took for their Summon are returned.


In the anime, the "Earthbound Immortals" are evil incarnations that were sealed in the netherworld by the Crimson Dragon and the Signers 5000 years before the events of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. They were released from their seals as a result of the Zero Reverse incident. They serve as the ace monsters of the Dark Signers, possessing them to serve as gatekeepers of Old Ener-D, which serves as the entrance to the netherworld.



Seven "Earthbound Immortals" exist, each possessing a rainbow color. Each are based on one of the Nazca Lines. Their names are based on Quecha words, usually for the subject depicted in the corresponding Nazca Line.

Related monsters[edit]

Jack Atlas managed to seal the strongest "Earthbound Immortal", Red Nova, into a card via Blazing Soul. By merging the Crimson Devil with his "Red Dragon Archfiend", Jack created "Red Nova Dragon". Subsequently, an OCG-original evolved counterpart of "Red Nova Dragon" was later released: "Red Supernova Dragon".

Playing style[edit]

The "Earthbound Immortal" monsters are very powerful and have effects that range from inflicting Effect Damage to your opponent while locking their Battle Phase ("Chacu Challhua"), to taking control of an opposing monster, as in the case of "Uru". Also, all of them can attack their opponent directly and cannot be targeted for attacks.

As powerful as they are, they have some drawbacks: there cannot be more than 1 "Earthbound Immortal" monster on the field at the same time, and they are all destroyed if there is no Field Spell Card active.

If "Hardened Armed Dragon" is Tributed to Tribute Summon an "Earthbound Immortal" monster, it prevents it from being destroyed by card effects (including its own). Alternately, "Earthbound Linewalker" can be used to protect "Earthbound Immortal" monsters. "March of the Monarchs" will also stop them being destroyed by their own effects, as will the effect of "Number 66: Master Key Beetle". In an emergency situation, "Skill Drain" can also prevent them from destroying themselves.

Their strategy basically relies on attacking directly and dealing huge damage every turn; if they are protected by cards like "Safe Zone" or "Mound of the Bound Creator", there are few ways of stopping them. "The Seal of Orichalcos" also works well in this Deck, as it can protect itself while boosting your monsters' ATK by 500. "Terraforming", and even "Ancient Fairy Dragon" if used carefully or alongside "Field Barrier"/"The Seal of Orichalcos", can assist in making sure you always have Field Spell(s). "Ancient Pixie Dragon" can also be included to increase draw power as this deck relies on Field Spells.

The "Earthbound Immortal" monsters can all be Summoned easily, due to having no restrictions on Special Summoning them (except the field-unique condition).

Recommended cards[edit]


Because they depend on Field Spell Cards being on the field, cards like "Ancient Fairy Dragon", "Black Rose Dragon" and even "Mystical Space Typhoon", "Twin Twisters", etc. can cause "Earthbound Immortal" monsters to destroy themselves. Cards like "Field Barrier" or "Malefic Stardust Dragon" can be used to protect a Field Spell Card from being destroyed.

Cards that cause the Field Spell Card to leave the field without destroying it (such as "Shaddoll Dragon" and "Castel, the Skyblaster Musketeer") are still a threat even with "Field Barrier". This can cause additional problems, as "Field Barrier" prevents a new Field Spell Card being played while it is active.

See also[edit]

  1. Challenger mode
  2. Class 12th chemistry
  3. Clothes sketches
  4. Zinc fountains
  5. Ls7 lifters oem


When MOTHER 2 was translated into EarthBound, the new programming allowed for longer enemy names. This was used to make the otherwise okay enemy names a little more interesting. Mind you, some of the Japanese names were amusing. It just seems that the English versions have more “fun” to them. For instance, the “New Age Retro Hippie” was originally “Carefree Guy” in MOTHER 2, and “Ramblin’ Evil Mushroom” was simply “Walking Mushroom” (you can even see this in an early screenshot in the EB Player’s Guide, page 10).

Below is a list of all the enemies and their names in both versions. I’ve highlighted the ones that I feel were were really changed or are noteworthy in some way. Note I don’t think the changes are bad. In many cases I think they’re cool.

Note that because of how languages work, sometimes there are names that can’t be translated, sometimes they’re sound effects or just weird things that evoke certain images or feelings. In those untranslatable cases, I made the names as close as I could to the original.

MOTHER 2EarthBound
Coil SnakeCoil Snake
Ungrateful DogRunaway Dog
Detestable CrowSpiteful Crow
Son of StarmanStarman Junior
Rebound KidPogo Punk
Luck-Pushing KidYes Man Junior
Punk BoarderSkate Punk
Frankystein 2Frankystein Mark II
Reckless SlugAttack Slug
Delinquent MouseRowdy Mouse
Ant Ant Black (more info here)Black Antoid
Giant AntTitanic Ant
Captain StrongCaptain Strong
Walking SproutMobile Sprout
Walking MushroomRamblin’ Evil Mushroom
Troublesome ManAnnoying Old Party Man
Nag LadyCranky Lady
Plain GuyUnassuming Local Guy
Carefree GuyNew Age Retro Hippie
Dirty Cop (unused)Crooked Cop (unused)
Taciturn UFOLi’l UFO
Big WoodohTerritorial Oak
SpiiiinSpinning Robo
Violent CultistInsane Cultist
Carpainter-sanMr. Carpainter
Pretending-to-be-Mean MoleMole Playing Rough
Bat-sanMr. Batty
Incredibly Strong BearMighty Bear
Giant MoleMondo Mole
Cute Tom-kunHandsome Tom
Mischievous Sam-kunSmilin’ Sam
Not Good FlyNo Good Fly
Moldy-SmellingmanPutrid Moldyman
Slightly Smelly GhostSmelly Ghost
Halloween GuyTrick or Trick Kid
Urban ZombieUrban Zombie
Zombie DogZombie Dog
Possessing ZombieZombie Possessor
Violent GoatGruff Goat
Delinquent DuckMad Duck
What Do I Matter AnywayWorthless Protoplasm
Bad MushroomStruttin’ Evil Mushroom
BigfootCave Boy
Monster TentBoogey Tent
Muddy ZombieFarm Zombie
BlerghMini Barf
Armor FrogArmored Frog
Plain AlligatorPlain Crocodile
Ant Ant RedRed Antoid
ItViolent Roach
Pretty Bad FlyMostly Bad Fly
Squishy SlimeSlimy Little Pile
BelchMaster Belch
Strong Walking SproutTough Mobile Sprout
Trillion Year-Old SproutTrillionage Sprout
BuffaloBad Buffalo
CrestaranCrested Booka
Kind UFOCute Li’l UFO
Desert WolfDesert Wolf
Smile BallSmilin’ Sphere
Wanted BugCriminal Caterpillar
Bothersome Older ManAnnoying Reveler
Nag Nag LadyExtra Cranky Lady
Mad SignCrazed Sign
Mad TaxiMad Taxi
Even More Giant AntGigantic Ant
Coil Snake DryThirsty Coil Snake
RopemanNoose Man
Hole MasterGuardian Digger
Killer CupScalding Coffee Cup
Mysterious RecordMystical Record
Department Store MonsterDept. Store Spook
Mystery ArtAbstract Art
Lost MemoryDali’s Clock
Angry PlugEnraged Fire Plug
Robo GallonRobo-pump
Mani Mani DemonEvil Mani Mani
Guard RoboSentry Robot
Careless RoboClumsy Robot
Bat-samaElder Batty
Incredibly Strong Bear SevenMighty Bear Seven
Strong AlligatorStrong Crocodile
Giant MushroomShrooom!
Overly Violent CopOver Zealous Cop
Bring-It-On ManTough Guy
Crack Shatter ManShattered Man
Evil MouseDeadly Mouse
That ItFilthy Attack Roach
Bad Smell GhostStinky Ghost
Giant RatPlague Rat of Doom
Ele-ShockerConducting Menace
Little ThunderThunder Mite
Sir Tengu (more info here)Tangoo
Devil’s KissKiss of Death
Lightning + StormThunder and Storm
Considerate UFOBeautiful UFO
Skelpion DeadDread Skelpion
GrestaranGreat Crested Booka
High-class UFOHigh-class UFO
Rare Wanted BugMaster Criminal Worm
Shibaki Crack Shatter (not sure what this is)Fierce Shattered Man
Snake HieroglyphLethal Asp Hieroglyph
Cursed HieroglyphGuardian Hieroglyph
Royal Stone StatuePetrified Royal Guard
Statue BossGuardian General
ALM-OST-OCTOPUSMarauder Octobot
Huge Barfy SlimeBig Pile of Puke
Devil RafflesiaDemonic Petunia
Barfy SlimeEven Slimier Little Pile
Tough AlligatorHard Crocodile
Gutsy WoodohHostile Elder Oak
Fish-HumanManly Fish
Fish-Human BrotherManly Fish’s Brother
Persistent SlugPit Bull Slug
Electric EeeelZap Eel
Return of BelchMaster Barf
Domook EasyLesser Mook
SpiiiiiiiinWhirling Robo
Suisui (possibly from here)Wooly Shambler
Energy RoboAtomic Power Robot
Domook SeniorMook Senior
Super StarmanStarman Super
DX StarmanStarman Deluxe
Elec-SpiritConducting Spirit
Spin SpiiiinHyper Spinning Robo
Creepy BallUncontrollable Sphere
ElectricrackleElectro Specter
Kanimesaurus (not sure what this means)Wetnosaur
Very Certain StoneEgo Orb
Cursed AnnoyanceEvil Elemental
PK ManPsychic Psycho
PK Man – SuperiorMajor Psychic Psycho
Hotly-Burning EnemySoul Consuming Flame
Carbon DogCarbon Dog
Diamond DogDiamond Dog
No Worries BombCare Free Bomb
Electric WooshElectro Swoosh
Deep Devil’s KissFrench Kiss of Death
Unfaithful DieLoaded Dice
All in a LumpMr. Molecule
Ness’s DemonNess’s Nightmare
Stare-ingerEvil Eye
Starman AncestorGhost of Starman
VE-RY-OCTOPUSMechanical Octobot
Final StarmanFinal Starman
Sudararatta (possibly from here)Wild `n Wooly Shambler
Super Energy RoboNuclear Reactor Robot
ACT-UAL-OCTOPUSUltimate Octobot
Hermit DevilSquatter Demon
Kraken BioBionic Kraken
Heavily Equipped PorkyHeavily Armed Pokey

This section of the EarthBound Legends of Localization book also includes:

  • A comparison of the Japanese enemy naming style with the English enemy naming style, and the technical changes made in this area
  • The Starman enemies and a look at whether they’re robots or living beings
  • Details on the Japanese name for the Black Antoid, including an explanation of the jokes involved
  • A factoid from Itoi on the Black Antoids
  • A clear commonality many of the sanctuary bosses have in MOTHER 2, and how this was localized in EarthBound
  • A look at the Spinning Robo enemies
  • A look at some zombie and ghost enemies, how they relate, and how EarthBound’s localizers handled an unusual connection
  • Some extra info on the Tiny Li’l Ghost, including its pre-release English name
  • The pre-release name for the Trick or Trick Kid
  • A look at the Arachnid! enemies, their naming differences, and how their names have appeared throughout the series
  • The meaning behind the Japanese names for the roach enemies
  • Info on the Dali’s Clock enemies
  • Info on the Cave Boy enemies
  • A look at the Japanese pun behind the Armored Frog’s name
  • The meaning behind the Fobby/Foppy names in Japanese and in English
  • The Octobot enemies, their naming patterns, the food reference behind their Japanese names, and a look at their names before EarthBound’s finalized release
  • An analysis of the Mook enemies and their names
  • A full page of cultural info behind the Japanese names for the Wooly Shambler enemies
  • The Demonic Pentunia enemies
  • The meaning behind the Japanese Wetnosaur name
  • Tony as a party member
  • A look at the pronoun system added by EarthBound’s localizers, including a summarized list of enemies with interesting or unusual pronoun choices
  • A look at the Cop, the Crooked Cop, and Captain Strong enemies, as well as how the EarthBound Player’s Guide caused confusion for players

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