- Although this card hasn't been released in the OCG, Its official japanese name was first revealed in the "Valuable Book 9", and later confirmed with its apparition in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force.
- The 「オブジェ」 in this card's name refers literally to the french word "objet" (pronounced obʒɛ), but its wider meaning is "objet d'art" or "artwork".
- According to a Pojo post by Kevin Tewart, this card earned its name for being "a golden statue in a renaissance style, moving triumphantly with light billowing behind it."
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