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- Similarly to how "CXyz Barian Hope" is a combination of the Seven Barian Emperors' "Number C10X" cards, this monster's appearance is similar to a combined form of "Number 39: Utopia", "Number 39: Utopia Roots", "Number C39: Utopia Ray", "Number C39: Utopia Ray V" and "Number C39: Utopia Ray Victory". In the anime, its Summoning animation depicts the four previous evolved/devolved forms of "Utopia" combining with the original to create this monster.
- In the OCG, this is the only "Number 39" monster that is not a "Utopia" monster by name, but treated as one by its effect. As such, it is the first card in the OCG to possess an archetype condition.
- In the TCG, this card does not have an archetype condition, as its name was changed to include "Utopia" in its name.
- This is the only "Number" monster, whose number forming animation during its summoning sequence, ends with the numbers having an afterimage in various colors, instead of a single color.
- This is one of only two cards which, in its card text, mentions a specific number which is not a multiple of 100. The only other card to do so is another "Utopia" evolution: Number S39: Utopia Prime.
- This is the first and only card to increase a player's LP by a fixed amount of a number ending in 50 through a card effect, rather than by half of an odd number.
- This is the only "Utopia" card that has an effect to increase LP.
- The amount of LP gained is half of the original attack of "Number 39: Utopia" and "Number C39: Utopia Ray." (The anime effect was to gain half the ATK of the monster that was Summoned by the effect.)
- This card's Japanese name, "Beyond The Hope", appears to be an allusion to the song "Beyond The Time", the ending theme of the film Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack. The battle that introduced this card in the anime is highly reminiscent of the final battle in that film - in both cases, the protagonist is a peacemaker with a white-armored machine, while the antagonist is a sympathetic villain with a larger red-armored machine plotting to crash one world into another.
- This card is similar to "Elemental HERO Divine Neos" and "Shooting Quasar Dragon", in that it debuted in the protagonist's penultimate duel of a Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series, against the series' ultimate antagonist. They can also be considered the ultimate forms of the protagonists' signature monsters in their respective series ("Elemental HERO Neos", "Stardust Dragon" and "Number 39: Utopia" respectively).
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