• This monster is based on Avalokiteśvara, who is known in Japan as the Senju Kannon, or "Thousand-Handed Bodhisattva". The original Japanese artwork depicts it as a Buddhist god (see the artworks page), and in it he is wielding a depiction of some Buddhist weapons such as a crescent moon spade or a khakkhara.
  • "Senju of the Thousand Hands" has a counterpart known as "Manju of the Ten Thousand Hands".
    • "Manju of the Ten Thousand Hands" is a stronger version of this card.
  • Including the hand holding the light, this card has 15 visible hands in the international artwork and 20 in the Japanese.
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