Endymion, the Mighty Master of Magic

Spellcaster / Pendulum / Effect  DARK / 7 / 8
Pendulum Effect: You can remove 6 Spell Counters from your field; Special Summon this card from the Pendulum Zone, then count the number of cards you control that can have a Spell Counter, destroy up to that many cards on the field, and if you do, place Spell Counters on this card equal to the number of cards destroyed. You can only use this effect of "Endymion, the Mighty Master of Magic" once per turn.
Monster Effect: Once per turn, when a Spell/Trap Card or effect is activated (Quick Effect): You can return 1 card you control with a Spell Counter to the hand, and if you do, negate the activation, and if you do that, destroy it. Then, you can place the same number of Spell Counters on this card that the returned card had. While this card has a Spell Counter, your opponent cannot target it with card effects, also it cannot be destroyed by your opponent's card effects. When this card with a Spell Counter is destroyed by battle: You can add 1 Normal Spell from your Deck to your hand.

CARD ID: 03611830
STATUS TCG: Unlimited
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Structure Deck: Order of the Spellcasters SR08-EN001 Ultra Rare-,--€-,--€-,--€

Card Trivia

 This monster is the cover card of Structure Deck: Order of the Spellcasters.
This monster is the evolved Pendulum form of Endymion, the Master Magician.
This monster appears in the artwork of Spell Power Mastery.
This monster is named after the Greek mythological figure of the same name.
There is a total of 20 Spell Counters visible on this monster; they can be seen on the ring around his back, in the center and ring of his staff, and attached to his robes.
The said Spell Counters are colored purple; this refers to this monster's Attribute, which is DARK.  
As this card is a Pendulum Monster, this also refers to the colors of Pendulum Scales, which are red and blue.  Purple, an intermediate color, is made by mixing red and blue.