Knightmare Corruptor Iblee

Cyberse / Effect  DARK / 2
When this card is Normal Summoned: You can target 1 Link Monster in your GY; Special Summon it to your field so it points to this card, but change its ATK to 0, also negate its effects. You cannot Special Summon monsters, except Link Monsters. If this card in its owner's control is sent to the GY: You can Special Summon this card to your opponent's field in Defense Position. You can only use this effect of "Knightmare Corruptor Iblee" once per turn.
CARD ID: 10158145
STATUS TCG: Unlimited
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2019 Gold Sarcophagus Tin Mega Pack MP19-EN011 Ultra Rare-,--€-,--€-,--€
Flames of Destruction FLOD-EN017 Secret Rare-,--€-,--€-,--€

Card Trivia

 This is the first Main Deck Knightmare monster.
This monster appears in the artworks of World Legacy Struggle, World Legacy Awakens, World Legacy's Sorrow, and World Legacy's Corruption.
This card follows a six-stage evolution: Crowned by the World Chalice > Ib the World Chalice Priestess > Knightmare Corruptor Iblee > Galatea, the Orcust Automaton > Ib the World Chalice Justiciar > Lib the World Key Blademaster.
Also follows: Lee the World Chalice Fairy > Knightmare Corruptor Iblee > Galatea, the Orcust Automaton > Orcust Knightmare > Knightmare Incarnation Idlee > Fairy Galatea.
This monster appears to have taken possession of six of the original seven colored jewels wielded by the Mekk-Knight monsters before corrupting them into the Knightmare Link monsters as seen in the artwork of World Legacy's Corruption. Chosen by the World Chalice appears to have inherited the blue colored jewel from Mekk-Knight Blue Sky and became Mekk-Knight Avram.
This card appears to be a combination of Ib the World Chalice Priestess and Lee the World Chalice Fairy.
The Japanese translations of their names, Eve and Lees, combine to form a play on the word Iblis, an Arabic term for devil, or the leader of satans.
The relation of Iblis and Eve was told in Christian, Catholic, and Islamic perspective where Iblis lured Eve (and Adam) into disobeying God to eat the fruit of the forbidden tree.