• This card's name is a portmanteau of "nekomaneki" (cat invitation) and "king." Appropriately enough, its appearance is modeled after a Japanese maneki-neko sculpture, which represents good luck. The name can also be interpreted as meaning "cat-mimic king."
  • This monster resembles a Ushabti, a funerary figurine used in Ancient Egypt.

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