- Two "Bokoichi the Freightening Car" appear in this card's artwork; they're being pulled by this monster. In fact, the artwork of "Dekoichi" is essentially the artwork of "Bokoichi" as seen from in front of the train.
- This monster is roughly based on a Japanese steam engine locomotive of the same name (Dekoichi). Close observation of this card's artwork and the artwork of "Bokoichi the Freightening Car" reveal it to have a 2-8-2 wheel configuration with a double bogie tender, and the nameplate on his forehead read "DE-51", which, phonetically, is the same class number as the real prototype, a D51. This monster's effect and ability to draw more cards depending on the number of copies of "Bokoichi the Freightening Car" cards on the field relate to how a train delivers freight.
- The said DE-51 code can also be read as De-ko-ichi(5=ko, 1=ichi), which is this card's name.
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