• This card's Japanese name is based on Hong Xin (read in Japanese as Kō Shin) and "horse" (hōsu).
    • Emperor Renzong sent Hong Xin to seek Celestial Master Zhang to help them in combating a plague. After completing his mission and before returning to the capital, he visits the temple near where the Master resides and unsuspecting releases 108 demons trapped in a secret chamber for centuries.
      • This explains the beginning of the "Fire Fist" archetype, "Hoshin" being the first monster being released; Hong Xin released the 108 Liangshan heroes.
    • On the other hand, this card's Chinese name contains the character 進 (jìn) which references to other characters, probably Chai Jin, Shi Jin or Wang Jin.

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