- This monster is featured on the artwork of the following cards:
- Although this monster has a halo over its head, the halo is removed in the international card artworks that feature it to avoid religious connotations.
- In the first printing of Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon however, this card was printed with a halo on its artwork, a possible misprint. Later printings corrected this by removing it.
- The errata makes mention that this card is difficult to land a hit on as it moves very quickly. This was referenced in Téa Gardner's duel with Mai Valentine when she summons this card and it dodges Harpie Lady's attack before it eventually destroys it.
- In the international version of the most video games, the halo is removed from this card's artwork.
- In the international version of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses, this monster is shown with a crown in place of the halo.
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