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  • This card's Japanese name is a pun on the Japanese pronunciation of the word "Thunder" (San-da). "Onii-san" meaning Big Brother.
  • This was the last member of the hunder family to be made into a real card. This may have happened because of the lack of space in the V Jump Edition 7, where the others were released; it only contained 5 cards, and "Number 91: Thunder Spark Dragon" and "Spirit Converter" were added as well, so only space for 3 "hunders" was left.
    • When the card was finally released, Konami joked that it had been lost in Heartland's amusement park.[1]

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