• In the Bulgarian anime dub, this card's name is "Забранената Екзодия".
  • The German name "Exodia, die Verbotene" is erratic, for the article "die" only refers to *female* beings, while Exodia is clearly male. But "die" can also be used instead of the neutral article "das" in some occasions, for example: "die Bestie" instead of "das Biest" both meaning "The Beast". Meaning Exodia could also be seen as a genderless creature.
  • In the American Spanish anime dub, this card's name is "Cabeza de Exodia".
  • In the Arabic anime dub, this card has been referred to as:
    • إكسوديا ʾIksūdiyā = "Exodia" (Duelist Kingdom)
    • إكسوديا - المنبوذ ʾIksūdiyā - al-Manbūḏ = "Exodia" - The Forsaken (Battle City)
    • رأس إكسوديا Raʾsu ʾIksūdiyā = Head of "Exodia" (Battle City)
  • The Greek name given translates to "Exodia's Head", a card name offered by the official Greek dub of the anime.
  • In the Spanish dub, this card was known as "Exodia, el Prohibido".
  • In the French dub, this card was known as "Exodia le Maudit", which means "Exodia the Cursed One".
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