I'm gonna give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you know the difference between Japanese, Chinese, and Korean cards? The differences are subltle. You are sure thay are Japanese?
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Gatherer says it was printed in Japanese and Korean.
I'm gonna give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you know the difference between Japanese, Chinese, and Korean cards? The differences are subltle. You are sure thay are Japanese?No doubt your Japanese, Chinese, and Korean are as good as your English. ;) Though in this case, magiccards.info doesn't have Thunderbolt printed in Chinese, Japanese, or Korean.
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How to tell apart Chinese, Japanese, and Korean:- If there are circles all over the place, it's Korean.- If all the characters are large and look hard to draw, it's Chinese.- If some of the characters are large and hard to draw but others are small and simpler, it's Japanese.Telling the two different Chineses apart is a little harder though.
I'd assume simplified is simpler, but they were developed in the era of "Quit farming and set up a steel mill in your backyard!" (Note: You cannot make steel in your backyard.)
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