|Card 7: Maria Marapao|
|Where To Get This Card:||Card Pack 1|
|Preceded By:||Card 6: Thomas Jefferson|
|Followed By:||Card 8: Ophir Dhupam|
"Sixteen-year-old Maria Marapao is a top agent for the Janus branch of the Cahill family and a world champion in Eskrima, a Filipino weapons-based martial art. Maria has taken on and beaten all comers (including several Tomas challengers). Her travels around the world to Eskrima competitions provide the perfect cover for other Clue-hunting--and Clue-protecting--missions. Too bad it doesn't leave her much time for her true passion: writing bad poetry."
A photo shows that there is a message written in the sand that says: "My family stretches around the world like a snake. Eating its own tail." The next photo shows a tatooed body that says: "My prize is buried beneath years of Cahill pride heavier than stone." The last photo show some graffiti on the walls that say: "To London fled Jane because her spirit was burned- art sprang from her tears."
If you have an account on the 39 clues website, you will see a "Cards" option. Click it and click "Add cards". On top of the bar in which you type your card codes is the image of the front of a Maria Marapao card.