• This card's name plays on two definitions of "conductor", as he is dressed as a train conductor while holding a music conductor's baton.
    • This card's first effect (being destroyed if face-up after the Battle Phase) may be synonymous with the latter aforementioned above meaning of a "conductor". In this case, the Battle Phase could represent "Skull Conductor" doing his performance and the end of this Phase symbolizing that the conductor is finished what needed to be done and is no longer needed.

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