Hi, all. As I checked the Monsters, I wonder where "Kōtahi" comes from. I'm actually a Japanese but never heard of it. Does it come from another Asian country, or is it an original monster made by CMON? On the page "List of legendary creatures from Japan" of Wikipedia. "Kōtahi" is explained in a really weird way (What "Manawa Bradford" means?). It says Kōtahi is also referred as "カノト" ("Kanoto", read as kah-NOH-toh), which means "elder metal", not means any monkies nor monsters. Actually, Kanoto is never combined with zodiac monkey, which belongs younger side. Anyone has an idea?
וכך הוא הפך למפלצת יפנית עתיקה במשחק הלוח (שזוכה לביקורות משבחות ד"א) Rising Sun.
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