• Qliphoth and Sefiroth mentioned in this card's flavor text are concepts covered by Kabbalah, a set of esoteric teachings meant to explain the relationship between an unchanging, eternal, and mysterious Ein Sof (no end) and the mortal and finite universe (God's creation).
    • The Sefiroth (or Sefirot/Sephirot) are the ten emanations and attributes of God with which he continually sustains the universe in existence.
    • This monster is based on Tiferet.
    • This card's Japanese name contains ツール tsūru, a pun on "tool" and "Kaitul" (カイツール Kaitsūru "ugliness"), the sixth Qliphoth emanation which is associated with the Devil Belphegor.
  • This is the first card to include some sort of computer-related characters and syntaxes in its flavor text.
    • Tierra is a computer simulation of life in which computer programs compete for CPU time and access to main memory.
    • The Yen sign (¥) as seen in this card's Japanese flavor text is used in place of the reverse solidus (\), also known as the backslash, in computing paths in Japanese-locale systems. Similarly, the Won sign () as seen in its Korean flavor text is used instead in Korean-locale systems.

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