This card is the cover card of Dimension of Chaos.
It also is the first cover card in the 9th series of Booster Packs that isn't a member of the Four Dimension Dragons or an evolution of Odd-Eyes Pendulum Dragon.
This is also the third Red Dragon Archfiend monster that is a cover card, first being Red Dragon Archfiend/Assault Mode and the second being Majestic Red Dragon.
It is also the last card to be released as a Ghost Rare in TCG.
This is Jack Atlas' signature card in the Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V anime.
This monster appears to be an aged/scarred version of the original Red Dragon Archfiend, noting its broken horn and one of its wrists seemingly bound in a ribcage-esque cast.
This monster's design is inspired by the final Duel of 5D's, where Red Dragon Archfiend was destroyed by the Scrap Fist coming from Junk Warrior. Scarlight Red Dragon Archfiend design
Furthermore, its effect could be a reference to its continuing rivalry with Junk Warrior. Since the anime effect of Junk Warrior is portrayed as a Continuous Effect, Scarlight could destroy most of the Level 2 or lower monsters commonly used to increase the ATK of Junk Warrior and overcome it in battle.
This could also be a reference to when Jack had his arm in a sling from the original Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's anime series.
This card's English name is likely a pun on the word scarlet, referring to a deep shade of red.
It could also be a reference to the Japanese name for Red Nova Dragon, which is Scar-Red Nova Dragon. This would be appropriate as Red Nova Dragon is an advanced form of the original Red Dragon Archfiend.
Another possible pun is that the Scar-Right in this monster's name is that its right wrist has been scarred, as indicated by the cast-like binding on it. Also, its right horn has been scarred/broken.
In addition, it may also be a play on the word starlight, with which it differs in only one letter.
This monster appears in the artwork of Red Connection.
This card has an evolved form: Tyrant Red Dragon Archfiend.
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