• Like most of the characters that debut in Yu-Gi-Oh! R, Tualatin is named for a microprocessor– in this case the Intel Pentium III processor core. By extension the card is also named for the Tualatin Valley in Oregon, where several of Intel's facilities are located.
  • In the color art page of the chapter where "Tualatin" appears, he is seen in tones of blue and gold instead of silver and yellow, like the TCG card.
  • This card is one of only a handful of cards which (when Summoned properly) has a superior effect to its anime/manga counterpart, with the reverse usually being the case.

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