• This monster has a counterpart: "Grave Protector".
    • Even though the two monsters are counterparts in terms of design, their effects seem to counter each other.
  • This card's name could be said as "Hell Poem-er", which may allude to its Japanese name "Hell Poet" (with "Poem-er" meaning "Poet").
  • Despite the TCG removing crosses and other religious connotation from card images, this card still has a cross on its image.
  • Since this monster is on a cross, this ties in with the theme of Yami Marik's "Torture" Deck.
  • This card's OCG/TCG artwork is taken from the title page for Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Duel 185: "The Hymn of Hell".

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