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|The following is based on Van Buren and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
Ouroborus did not appear nor was mentioned in any of the published games, but was to appear in the cancelled Fallout 3 project by Black Isle codenamed Van Buren. It is not certain if it will appear in any future Fallout game.
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Ouroboros may refer to:
The Ouroboros (or in Latinized form, uroborus) is Greek for "tail-devourer". It is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon swallowing its own tail and forming a circle. It most generally symbolizes ideas of cyclicality, unity, or infinity.
|Card Lore:||This card cannot be Special Summoned. This card must be Tribute Summoned by offering 3 Reptile-Type monsters on your side of the field as Tributes. If this card attacks your opponent's Life Points directly and makes them 0, the controller of this card wins the Match.|
|Sets with this Card:||Unknown Force (UNKFR-EN004)|
|Other Card Information:||Gallery - Rulings
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Divine Serpent Leviathan - Omega Shark, Overlord of the Seven Seas - Ouroboros
Hero/Villain City Zone (25-50)
|TF Contacts:||Mender Lazarus,
|Connecting Zones:||Atlas Park, Founders' Falls, Independence Port, Peregrine Island, Talos Island|
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The headquarters of the mysterious Menders of Ouroboros. Heroes and villains can both visit this zone, but they appear in different instances, with differences in contacts and missions. There are missions and Task Forces here, as well as the Flashback system.
An Ouroboros is the symbol of the dragon eating its own tail, which has existed for centuries throughout Norse, Greek, African, Hindu, and many other systems of mythology. It is also a central image throughout the novel "The Worm Ouroboros" by E.R. Eddison.
The following exploration badges can be found in Ouroboros:
Welcome to Ouroboros. You have a feeling as if there is a lot of work that needs to be done.