• The three "Aesir" are named after three of the Norse gods.
    • This monster is based on the famous Norse god of wisdom, war and prophecy, Odin. Here he is portrayed in his traveler form.
    • In Norse mythology, Odin is considered the "All-Father", hence the card name "Father of the Aesir".
  • In Norse mythology, Odin gave up his eye in order to see the future.
    • This is reflected in this card's artwork, as this monster has its left eye covered and has a scar on it.
    • Another card related to this myth is "Odin's Eye".
  • This monster currently has the longest known Summon chant of any monster.

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