- In Persian mythology, the Simurgh was a great bird that had seen the destruction of the world three times over. It was associated with healing and fertility.
- The Simurgh was considered to be a giant bird, with head of a dog and claws of lion; in persian mythology it was thought to be a representation of divinity. In western culture it was called a Roc and thought to be a monster.
- Images for cards "Simorgh, Bird of Divinity", "The Creator", "The Creator Incarnate" and "Herald of Creation" have one thing in common - the ring on Herald's staff is on the backs of the other three too.
- The summoning restriction on this card is the same as the one on "Diabolos, King of the Abyss", except that the Tributed monsters must be WIND, not DARK.
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