• There are two puns in this card's Japanese name:
    • The kanji "琰" is made up of the character (炎) "Flame" and the radical of "King" (王).
    • The "琰魔" in its name, which characterizes the dragon, is pronounced as "Enma", similar to "Yama" (閻魔), the God who rules over death, hell and the cycle of rebirth in Buddhism and Chinese mythology.