I'm not sure if the anime was 100% consistent, but I think this is all the effects - all your monsters increase their attack and defense by 500. You can place monsters in your Spell and Trap Zone, and if they are behind a monster in the monster zone, they can't be attacked. Seal of Orichalcos cannot be destroyed, negated or removed from the field. The loser of the duel loses their soul.
The sinews of a seal are the bony rings near the seal's snout.
If you adalpt a seal I don't think it needs an underwater room but if you have a fish and a seal that lives together, your seal can go underwater in the fish's room.
look at the stupid seal! if the card is a 1st edition, the seal has to be gold. this is also true for limited edition cards. Unlimited vesions have silver seals. 1st edition/limited edition = gold seal Unlimited = silver seal. unlimiteds can't have a gold seal
It is not possible to get the Seal Bag in Pokemon Diamond. The Seal Bag currently has no use and is likely something left over from development. It possibly used to have the same role as the Seal Case but got changed during development.
The Nostradamus Effect - 2009 Secrets of the Seventh Seal - 1.7 was released on: USA: 21 October 2009
it makes you slippery like a seal :D
No because the card is already active. Cursed Seal of the Forbidden Spell can only negate the activation of a spell card, not the trigger of the effect.
we pollute the air around them and frickin kill them
All hemoglobin has something called the Bohr effect, which is a negative effect of binding oxygen by hemoglobin in the presence of acid. This effect is some what exaggerated in diving mammals.
There is a Leopard Seal, Harp Seal, Gray Seal, Harbor Seal, Northern Elephant Seal, Southern Elephant Seal, Weddell Seal, Hawaiian Monk Seal, Mediterranean Monk Seal, Antarctic Fur Seal, Galapagos Fur Seal and Northern Fur Seal. And if you want to know what is the biggest seal in the world, then it's the Southern Elephant Seal!
The wax ring is just to seal the toilet to the drain. It has no effect on the flushing.
The Southern Elephant seal, Crabeater seal, Weddell seal, Leopard seal and Ross seal.
The smallest type of seal is the Baikal seal.
a seal and a seal lion
"L.S." near the signature line of a legal document stands for locus sigilli, which is Latin for "place of the seal." Long ago formal legal documents had to be sealed with a wax seal to be deemed valid. The seal was a symbol of prestige, as wealthy persons had the most ornate seals. That practice has generally been abandoned, but raised seals are still used by notaries public, courts and certain government agencies in certain instances. Since private seals are no longer in use, the symbol, "L.S.," takes the place of the seal and has the same effect as a seal on a document that would have required a seal.