"Terrorking Archfiend" and "Snipe Hunter" appear in this card's artwork; both are monsters with die roll effects, which are hindered by the results shown on the depicted broken die. "Terrorking Archfiend" appears to be scolding "Snipe Hunter".
The events of this card's artwork are followed by the events of "Diceversity", and somehow connected with the events of "That Six".
This card's artwork resembles an event from the second chapter of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga, where a die also ends up split in two, with the 1 and 6 sides of the die as results.
The card's Japanese name is a pun on the Japanese words 出目 (deme "dice-roll outcome") and 駄目出し (damedashi "judging someone (negatively) and urging them to improve").
Its English name is a portmanteau of the words "dice" and "denied".