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20 June 2021

 m   12:30  Password‎ (diff | hist) . . (+12). . Deltaneos (talk | contribs) (Non-card passwords: update "Reshef the Dark Being" link)

19 June 2021

     16:47  Password‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+268). . [Deltaneos‎ (2×)]
      16:47 (cur | prev) . . (-32). . Deltaneos (talk | contribs) (Non-card passwords: Seems pointless. You play Reshef of Destruction within the Double Pack.)
      16:46 (cur | prev) . . (+300). . Deltaneos (talk | contribs) (Non-card passwords: 51404976 necessary for the Phoenix Mode quest, but does not directly unlock Phoenix Mode.)

18 June 2021

     15:30  Dance Princess of the Nekroz‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+12). . [XBrain130‎; 99.227.87.47‎]
      15:30 (cur | prev) . . (+8). . XBrain130 (talk | contribs) (Undo revision 4709938 by 99.227.87.47 (talk) its a typo on both the physical card and the database entry, so we keep it) (Tag: Undo)
      12:32 (cur | prev) . . (+4). . 99.227.87.47 (talk) (Fix spelling mistake (Necroz to Nekroz))

17 June 2021

     04:19  Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier‎ (diff | hist) . . (+347). . The-Psychid (talk | contribs) (Adding "Simplified Chinese" information)

13 June 2021

     21:18  Password‎ (diff | hist) . . (+78). . Dinoguy1000 (talk | contribs) (Cards printed without a password: replace the image with a pair of images showing the card both without and with a password (choice of card was mostly arbitrary; primary concern was good contrast between the card frame and password text))