Patch of Shore
Patch of Shore (G.I card) =scan=
Card Info
Designated Slot

Name (EN) Patch of Shore
Name (JP)

Number #002
Rank SS
Transform 3
Card Guide
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Patch of Shore (一坪の海岸線) is a card found in the Greed Island game. It is one of the game's 100 designated slot cards and is required for a player to complete the game. To obtain this card you must defeat Razor and his 14 Devils.

Card InfoEdit

Type: Designated Slot Card G.I Restricted Card - Border
Name: Patch of Shore 一坪の海岸線

Hitotsubo no Kaigansen

(Strip of Beach)
(Area of the Coastline)
Number: #002
Rank: SS

Transformation: 3

Card Effect: The entrance to a cave called "Poseidon's Cavern." The cave changes its path at each visit, confusing intruders.
How to Obtain: By defeating Razor and the 14 devils. An in-game NPC then tells you the true treasure of the cavern.


Patch of Shore 一坪の海岸線 - Patch of Shore is the entrance to an underwater cavern known as the "Sea God's Grotto". The cavern changes every time you enter it.

This card is presented to the player by an in-game NPC. The conditions for the game trigger is a team of 15 or above players to use an Accompany card to transport to Soufrabi. You can only obtain this card once you have defeated Razor and the 14 Devils.

Card DescriptionEdit

[Jap] No.002 :: 一坪の海岸線


[Eng] No.002 :: Patch of Shore

The entrance to the undersea cave called "Corner of the Sea-Gods House". This cave baffles intruders by changing its appearance at each visit.

Card FormsEdit


  • Gon transforms an Accompany into a Patch of Shore, so he could place it within a designated card slot and take it out of the game.
  • In Togashi's YuYu Hakusho, the character called Amanuma or Game Master also requires a specific number of players (7) before Yusuke and his team can enter his game/territory called Game Battler.
  • In the original Japanese name of the card, the part "一坪" (Hitotsubo) could be translated literally as "One tsubo"; which is the traditional base unit for measurement of Japanese area equivalent to approximately 3.306 m²/35.58 ft² or two Nagoya tatami mats (taken to be the modern standard) of about 1.653 m²/17.79 ft².