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'''''Millefeui Cards'''''{{Note|{{Nihongo foot|ミルフィーカード|mirufī kādo}}}} are sets of collectible cards released in Japan by Takara Tomy to  
 
'''''Millefeui Cards'''''{{Note|{{Nihongo foot|ミルフィーカード|mirufī kādo}}}} are sets of collectible cards released in Japan by Takara Tomy to  
 
The cards sets released for ''Animal Crossing'' were made to promote the 2006 animated film ''[[Gekijōban Doubutsu no Mori]]'' and the Nintendo DS game {{WW}}.
 
The cards sets released for ''Animal Crossing'' were made to promote the 2006 animated film ''[[Gekijōban Doubutsu no Mori]]'' and the Nintendo DS game {{WW}}.
  
[[File:Millefeui Cards.jpg|200x200px|thumb|The cards in their packaging.]]
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Packs used to contain 6 random semi-transparent cards, depicting either a random object from {{WW|nolink}}, villagers, players, or even characters from the film.
  
Packs used to contain 6 random semi-transparent cards, depicting either a random object from {{WW|nolink}}, villagers, players, or even characters from the film. Sometimes, packs could contain non-transparent base cards, intended to work as a background for the other cards.
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Sometimes, packs could contain non-transparent base cards, intended to work as a background for the other cards.
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Latest revision as of 11:40, July 26, 2021

The cards in their packaging.

Millefeui Cards[nb 1] are sets of collectible cards released in Japan by Takara Tomy to The cards sets released for Animal Crossing were made to promote the 2006 animated film Gekijōban Doubutsu no Mori and the Nintendo DS game Animal Crossing: Wild World.

Packs used to contain 6 random semi-transparent cards, depicting either a random object from Animal Crossing: Wild World, villagers, players, or even characters from the film.

Sometimes, packs could contain non-transparent base cards, intended to work as a background for the other cards.

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  1. Japanese: ミルフィーカード Hepburn: mirufī kādo


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