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|French||Maître des Magies|
|Italian||Sovrano della Magia|
|Spanish||Señor de Hechizos|
|Revised Romanization||Mabeob-ui Jibaeja|
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|Other||Spell Ruler promotional cards|
Spell Ruler, previously known as Magic Ruler, is a Booster Pack which is a combination of the Japanese sets Magic Ruler and Pharaoh's Servant. It has been released in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game (TCG) in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish and in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game (OCG) in Asian-English and Korean. There are three separate prints with different language IDs for the TCG English sets, North American, European and Worldwide.
The North American and Worldwide versions of this set contained 104 cards. Europe initially received the North American English set, i.e. the set with cards numbered MRL-XXX. A European English version was later released containing 27 more cards, which had been excluded from the European version of Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon.
The rename from Magic Ruler to Spell Ruler was to go with the renaming of Magic Cards to Spell Cards, to avoid similarities with Magic the Gathering. The European and Worldwide English versions of the set used the name Spell Ruler. The European version used the set ID MRL, despite the packets reading Spell Ruler, while the Worldwide version used the ID SRL.
The cards numbered SRL-EN were included in Master Collection Volume 1.
The Asian-English and TCG versions of this set contained 9 cards per pack and 24 packs per box. The Korean version contained 10 cards per pack.
The Worldwide English, North American English, Spanish, Korean and Asian-English versions of this set contained 104 cards, including:
The European English, French, German and Italian versions of this set contained 131 cards, including:
North American English