• In the original version of the anime, the "MA" part of the card's name stands for its Type: Machine.
    • In the Japanese anime name of every "T.G." Synchro Monster, the letter "X" is present in their card name, but this card has two "X's" as it is an Accel Synchro Monster.
  • This card is the first card to be Summoned through Accel Synchro Summon in the anime and was the first monster that requires two Synchro Monsters (1 Tuner Synchro Monster + 1 or more non-Tuner Synchro Monsters) to Synchro Summon it.
  • This card and "T.G. Halberd Cannon" are the only "T.G." monsters whose anime effects don't contain the phrase, This card is also treated as a Machine-Type monster, due to the fact that their original Types were Machine already.
  • Synchro Summoning rings appear in this card's artwork.
    • The fact that there are two rings in the background of this card's artwork suggests the minimum number of Synchro Materials needed for its Synchro Summon.
  • This monster's torso resembles Vizor's.
  • This monster's effects simply protect itself, whereas the effects of "Shooting Star Dragon" may be used to protect other monsters.
  • In the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's anime, this monster is the result of an Accel Synchro Summon, an advanced technique that is popular in the future.
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