• This card's Japanese name, "Kagebō-C", forms the word "Kagebōshi", which stands for "sillhouette".
  • This monster's design appears to be based on the Komusō, a historical group of Japanese monks of the Fuke school of Zen Buddhism. These monks were characterized by their detachment from property (surviving entirely on charity), distinctive mask-like straw hats (which this monster's head resembles), and their use of the shakuhachi (flute) in meditation.

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