- This monster appears in the artwork of "The Terminus of the Burning Abyss".
- Like "Dante, Traveler of the Burning Abyss", this monster is a representation of the real-world Italian poet Dante Alighieri, author of the Divine Comedy: a three-part epic poem depicting Dante on a mystical odyssey through the Christian afterlife. Unlike "Traveler", this card depicts Dante in the final section of the poem, Paradiso. In it, Dante finally reaches Heaven after a harrowing journey through Hell and Purgatory. He is greeted by his love Beatrice, who guides him through the realms of the Angels to the Empyrean and God himself, where he becomes enlightened through the direct contemplation of the divine.
- This monster's color scheme resembles that of "Number 39: Utopia".
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