This card's Japanese name, Pirika, in Ainu language means "good" or "beautiful".
This explains about this card's eventual connection with the "Ritual Beast Tamers", the "Gusto" archetype's successor, since most of the "Ritual Beast" monster's name is based on Ainu language themselves.
She's also one of two odd-Leveled non-Synchro Psychic-Type "Gusto" monsters (being Level 3), while "Reeze" is Level 5.
Her hair color is similar to that of "Reeze".
Her effect is seemingly designed intentionally to make Synchro Summoning "Daigusto Sphreez" easier, which supports this theory further.
This monster's staff is the same as the ones previously owned by "Kamui, Hope of Gusto", with wooden statue of "Gusto Falco" on top of it.
Currently, this card is the only non-Synchro Psychic-Type "Gusto" monster with no male counterpart.
She's also the only non-Synchro Psychic-Type "Gusto" monster whose familiar (the green penguin in this artwork) hasn't been released as a "Gusto" card. It was released as "Spiritual Beast Rampengu", a grown-up "Ritual Beast" version of it.
Pilica's hairband is a sea shell, representing her friendship with Gishki Emilia, who also has a sea shell in her artwork. According to Master Guide 4, "Her [Pilica's] hairband was given to her by her best friend from the Gishki. It can be seen as a symbol of the peace between the Gusto and Gishki, who had fiercely battled each other in the past."