• The Japanese name for this card may come from the fact that to ancient people, dinosaur fossils resemble dragon bones. In fact, Chinese medicinal books have written about the use of ground-up dinosaur bones in traditional remedies.
  • This monster shares its name with another Brachion, who also happens to be based on a Brachiosaurus.

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