This card has the highest Rank of any Wind-Up Xyz Monster so far.
This card resembles different parts of other Wind-Up Xyz Monster, including Wind-Up Zenmaines. You can also see how this card was constructed in Zenmailstrom.
Its lower half is from Wind-Up Carrier Zenmaity.
Its chest and arms are built with parts from Wind-Up Zenmaines.
Its back has the same rocket boosters as Wind-Up Zenmaister.
The armor on the side of its body resembles Wind-Up Zenmaister's lower body.
This card could be a reference to Getter 2 from the Getter Robo manga. It has red legs, its main body is yellow, the parts on top are white and it also possesses the same weapons as it: a drill as one arm and a claw as the other arm.
Additionally, the Getter Machines had the ability to swap out and recombine with each other's parts, similar to how this card is made of different Wind-Up Xyz Monsters.
This card also could be a Super Sentai reference because many of their combination robots have names that ends with -oh, for example Shinkenoh from Samurai Sentai Shinkenger.
Coincidentally, the Super Sentai series aired during the same timeframe as this card's release (which is Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger) has a robot named Gokaioh.
The oh itself on those robots as well as on this card, means king (just like in Yu-Gi-Oh).
This card and Wind-Up Carrier Zenmaity have a third word in their English name, unlike the two other Wind-Up Xyz Monsters, Wind-Up Zenmaister and Wind-Up Zenmaines. Also, both Zenmaioh and Zenmaity were released in the same set in TCG.
This card's effect can be seen to reflect the effects of its 3 parts. The card destruction may come from Wind-Up Zenmaines, the targets having to be Set can be seen from Wind-Up Zenmaister and its effect to Set monsters, and finally, being able to target 2 cards may be from Wind-Up Carrier Zenmaity, having 2 different effects.
This monster appears in the artwork of Overlay Marker.
Detaching an Xyz Material is a cost.: Effect Monster > Wind-Up Arsenal Zenmaioh
This effect targets 2 Set cards on the field. Furthermore, it can target cards on either side of the field.
Even if the targeted Set cards is flipped face-up at the time of the resolution, it is still destroyed.
Even if 1 of the targeted Set cards is no longer on the field at the time of the resolution, the other one is still destroyed.