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  • The TCG name is in fact a mistranslation because "Harpy" is singular while "Harpies" is plural.
  • In the earlier episodes of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime, this card's name was "Harpie's Lady".
  • In Greek mythology and Roman mythology, harpies are a female monster in the form of a bird with a human face. They steal food from their victims while they are eating and carry evildoers.
  • Interestingly, unlike the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime, this monster's appearance was censored even in the Japanese version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime.
  • This card's first TCG printing was uncensored, just like the Japanese artwork. This was fixed in later TCG reprints.
  • This card's OCG/TCG artwork is taken from Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Duel 10: "The Siren", specifically from the panel where this monster is Summoned.
  • Curiously, this card and the anime version of Harpie Lady Sisters are the only members of Harpie to have blue skin, with the rest having human skin tone.
  • Along with other protagonist and rival cards like "Dark Magician", "Blue-Eyes White Dragon", "Red-Eyes Black Dragon" and "Dark Magician Girl", this card is often considered to be one of the most iconic monsters of the entire franchise.
  • In Malaysian version of the anime, Harpie Lady is erroneously dubbed as "Perempuan Gembira", lit. Happy Lady due to the mistranslation of Harpie as Happy.
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