- The strip of paper containing Japanese Kanji in this card's artwork is most likely an Ofuda, which is a type of amulet or talisman made of wood cloth or metal that are issued by Shinto shrines.
- Ofuda are used because it is believed they protect a family in residence from every instance of general harm (i.e. curses). This may be exemplified in this card's effect, albeit in a somewhat case of situational irony: the ofuda is "protecting" the Deck from one of your opponent's Draw Phases, but is in turn "cursing" your opponent by skipping their next said Phase.
- According to a Pojo post by Kevin Tewart, this card was mostly banned in the OCG because of its synergy with "Temple of the Kings".
- This card’s is one of the two effects recreated in “Penalty Game!”.
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