- This card is based on traditional Japanese statuary from the Jomon Period, commonly called a Dogū. "Maharaghi", "Dogu" and "Carat Idol" are also based on a Dogū and bears a resemblance to this card.
- "Orichalcos Dexia", "Orichalcos Aristeros" and "Orichalcos Tritos" appear in this card's artwork.
- This is fitting as they were also present together in the anime.
- All three of "Shunoros" (this card), "Dexia", and "Aristeros" are shown bearing the symbol of the Orichalcos.
- Dogū often have limbs removed on purpose by their users. This may explain why "Shunoros" detaches its arms to form "Orichalcos Dexia" and "Orichalcos Aristeros".
- This card's attack is called Photon Ring (named "Photon Ring Blast" in the dub). The card's artwork shows the Photon Ring forming near the bottom of its body.
- This is the first card of the "Orichalcos" series to be released into the OCG/TCG.
- "Shunoros" may be a misromanization of "Synoros," Greek for "boundary."
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