• Ironicly, despite being called a white dragon, Blue-Eyes is usualy depicted in the anime as a blue dragon.
  • This currently has the most alternate artworks in the game with 6 (5 released in the TCG), followed by "Dark Magician" and "Red-Eyes B. Dragon", both with 5 (4 each released in the TCG.).
  • This card, along with "Dark Magician", are the only 2 cards in the game to have had an official Chinese print before the release of Starter Deck 2014 standardized Chinese as an OCG language.
  • In Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom, the three "Blue-Eyes White Dragons" are named Azrael, Ibris (a mistranslation of Iblis), and Djibril. These are the Islamic names for the Angel of Death, Satan ("Iblis"), and the angel Gabriel, respectively. Azrael is an informal name, only occurring in non-religious sources (including both Sikhism and some Jewish lore as well), while Iblis is the lord of the jinn, rather than the principal fallen angel.
  • In some Yu-Gi-Oh! video games (Dark Duel Stories), this card has an ally, the "Mystical Elf", which can increase the ATK and DEF of this card by 500.
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