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  • In Egyptian mythology, Ra-Horakhty was more of a title, or manifestation, than a composite god. It translates as "Ra (who is) Horus of the Horizons". It was intended to link Horakhty (as a sunrise-orientated aspect of Horus) to Ra. It has been suggested that Ra-Horakhty simply refers to the sun's journey from horizon to horizon as Ra, or that it means to show Ra as a symbolic god of hope and rebirth. This link was probably encouraged by Ra and Horus' common link to the sun and the Pharaoh.
  • This monster's attack name is Djeser, which means holy in the ancient Egyptian language. The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut is named Djeser-Djeseru that means Holy of Holies.
  • It is likely that Obelisk the Tormentor, Slifer the Sky Dragon, and The Winged Dragon of Ra are manifestations of Horakhty, given that they fused to form it.
  • This is the only card to have a five-letter/number set abbreviation in its card number.
  • This is the first monster with ? ATK and DEF that does not have an effect that determines its ATK/DEF values, followed by "The Winged Dragon of Ra - Sphere Mode".
    • This is because this card cannot battle, as you automatically win when you Summon this card.
    • This is also the only Level 12 monster to have ? ATK and DEF.
  • This is the first card to be based off a monster spirit, as opposed to the reverse.
  • Only 10,000 copies of this card have been released in Japan.
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