I can answer that. It's because you're not using the right formula for image names. It goes "CardName-Language-Anime or Manga-DM, GX, or 5D". If the card itself isn't in the image, just the hologram, add "-NC" to the end. Thus, your Dragon Lady would be "DragonLady-JP-Anime-DM-NC.jpg" Make sense? Rodtheanimegod4ever 04:59, 18 May 2008 (UTC)
Dragon Lady & Flying Dragon Whirl
1. The filename you uses for a new images was incorrect, we have a fileame system we rigidly adhere to. You'll notice that I didn't undo the attribute change from Light to Wind.
2. Flying Dragon Whirl I edited, because there have been further changed to how lores are written. We always strive to use the latest examples of UDE workmanship for all Anime/Manga/Video Game onky cards where possible. In many cases, this has drastically shortered the space needed by the lores to achieve the same result.--TwoTailedFox (My Talk Page) 13:05, 18 May 2008 (UTC)
Heh, second time I got asked that in a row. Anyway, we scour the internet. But the best place for getting good images ASAP is EvilBakura's photobucket.
Okay, thanks for starting the starting the article. I edited it a bit. "Cursed Ivy" was refering to monsters with "Ivy" in their name, so Aki's other Plants and Plant Support aren't considered part of the Archetype. -- Deltaneos (talk) 23:31, 4 September 2008 (UTC)