- The German version of this card is named "Teuflische Kette". This is the first time in the history of Yu-Gi-Oh!, that a German card name contains the word "Teufel", meaning "Devil". Before, translators usually applied the term "Unterweltler" (meaning as much as "Those, who dwell in the underworld") in such cases.
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