• This monster appears in the artwork of "Bujinki Amaterasu", serving as the skirt of that monster.
  • This monster has a counterpart: "Bujingi Peacock".
    • This monster's name– "Pavo"– is Latin for "Peacock" and most likely refers to the constellation of the same name. This constellation symbolizes the presence of the peacock in the story of Zeus and Io in Greek mythology, where the God Hermes slew Io's giant hundred-eyed guardian Argus Panoptes and adorned the Peacock's tail with the giant's eyes.
  • Like "Bujingi Warg," this monster is thus one of the two "Bujingi" not named after a figure in Japanese Mythology.

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