A "scapegoat" is a term used to refer to an innocent person who is unjustly blamed for a wrongdoing and/or unjustly punished. The term originated from the Jewish custom of sacrificing a goat (representing the sins of the people) by driving it off into the wilderness as part of the ceremonies of Yom Kippur.
This card has 2 counterparts:
"Stray Lambs", which Summons "Lamb Tokens" (which can be Tributed for Tribute Summons) instead of "Sheep Tokens".
All "Sheep Token" card artworks show them exactly as they appear in this card's OCG/TCG artwork (except for the pink version, which is rotated).
The artwork design of the "Sheep Tokens" in this card's OCG/TCG artwork are taken from Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Duel 99: "A Brave Gamble!", specifically from the panel showing 4 Sheep being Summoned by this card.