• This card's Japanese name, "Geishadow", is a portmanteau of "geisha" (a type of historical Japanese courtesan specializing in traditional music and dance) and "shadow", alluding to its DARK-Attribute and appearance.
    • In spite of its name, this monster's appearance is more closely based off those of another type of historical Japanese courtesans, the oiran, as evidenced by the obi tied to the front and the monster's abundance of decorative hair pieces. While geisha primarily specialized in traditional performance arts, oirans were also prostitutes, fitting with this monster's name as an oiran could be considered the "shadow counterpart" of a geisha.
      • In addition, oirans were more commonly known to become murderers during the Edo period of Japan.

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