Card Trivia:Xing Zhen Hu
- "Xing Zhen Hu" (心鎮壷 - Xīn Zhēn Hú) is Chinese for "Jar of Soul Suppression", which is an item from the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga.
- "Shin tsen fū" (Xin Zhen Hu) is an example of Japanese readings highly approximating to Chinese readings, more than on'yomi. Other Chinese-style-read Japanese words have been known so far in Yu-Gi-Oh! are "shaoron" as in "Stardust Xiaolong", "nyan" as in "Thunder Nyan Nyan", "wanfū" as in "King Tiger Wanghu", "kyonshī" as in "Master Kyonshee" and "shin tsen fū" as in "Xing Zhen Hu Replica".
- In addition, this card's OCG/TCG artwork is taken from a panel in Yu-Gi-Oh! - Duel 046, specifically when Imori shows Yugi, Jonouchi, and Sugoroku this item.
- This card is based on the seal for the Dragon Cards.
- "Ground Collapse" is this card's Monster Slot counterpart.
- This card's effect is nearly identical to that of "Cursed Fig"; "Cursed Fig" is a monster whose effect activates when it is destroyed by battle and sent to the Graveyard.
- This card has an upgraded form, "Xing Zhen Hu Replica".