- In most of the Yu-Gi-Oh! console games, this card's name is given as "F.G.D", the Japanese abbreviation of "Five God Dragon", despite the fact that the card has been released in English only as "Five-Headed Dragon".
- In the Spanish anime, this card was known as "Dragón Mítico", which translates to "Mythic Dragon."
- The unofficial Arabic name given (تنين الرؤوس الخمسة Tinnīnu r-Ruʾūsi l-Ḫamsa) translates to The Five-Headed Dragon.
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