Origins of Sets

  • Tasselhoff's Traveling Gear
    Tasselhoff is a character from the Dragonlance series. He carries a hoopak, a staff with a slingshot, so the set had contained an elder cane instead of the armor until patch N series.
    http://homepage2.nifty.com/kuzukiri/oldes/es3set.htm
  • Vega's Elegance
    Vega is a character from Street Fighter Video Game.
  • Kain's Means of Destruction
    Kain is Perfect Cell's character of Diablo II.
  • Lancelot's Courage
    Sir Lancelot is one of the Knights of the Round Table, who served King Arthur.
  • Griffith's Cunning
    Former leader of the mercenary army Band of the Hawk. From Berserk Manga and Anime.
  • Raistlin's Salvation
    Raistlin Majere is a character from the Dragonlance series. While he began as a good mage, his ambitions drove him inexorably toward evil. In his quest for power, he came close to attaining the status of a god, and destroying the other gods. However, when he was preparing to destroy the Dark Queen as she entered the world through a portal he had created to her realm, claiming her place in the pantheon of gods, he was warned by his brother Caramon that his actions would result in the destruction of all life, leaving Raistlin the eternal god of a dead planet. Having chosen to become the god of destruction, he would be unable to create or sustain life. Recognizing his folly, Raistlin gave the Staff of Magius to his brother, and passed through the portal, sacrificing himself to delay the Dark Queen, giving his brother time to seal the portal with the staff, and prevent her from entering the world.

Origins of Runewords

  • Demon (I Nu Ya Shi Ya)
    犬夜叉(Inu Yasha) The Hero of Inuyasha Nanga and Anime. Literally, "Dog Demon".
  • Evil (A Ku)
    悪 (Aku) Evil.
  • Trust (Shi N Ra I)
    信頼 (Shinrai) Trust or confidence.
  • Mibu's Wolf (Sa I To)
    斉藤一 (SAITO Hajime) Namely from the Rurouni Kenshin AKA Samurai X, animated series he is a member of the real life Shinsengumi which was a group of (mostly) samurai that formed somewhat of a (if not a real) army. Shinsengumi was also called the Miburō (壬生狼), meaning "Wolves of Mibu", after the town where they were stationed.
  • Dark Star (Hi Ka Ri No Ke N)
    光の剣 (Hikari no Ken) It's the Sword of Light, Gourry Gabriev's sword from The Slayers animated series. The runeword it makes is Dark Star (which fits with the series) but it goes into Armor which is where the runeword deviates from its namesake XD
  • Hiten Mitsurugi Ryu (Ke N Shi N)
    緋村剣心 (HIMURA Kenshin) is the hero of Ruouni Kenshin Manga and Anime. 飛天御剣流 (Hiten Mitsurugi Ryu) is the school of sword mastery he uses. Kenshin literally means a heart or mind of sword.
  • Psychic (A Ki Ra)
    アキラ (Akira) The Hero of Akira, Manga and Anime.
  • Saiyajin (Ka Me Ha Me Ha)
    サイヤ人 (Saiyajinn) means the aliens of planet Saiya, and カメハメ波 (Kamehameha) is a pshycic wave (from DBZ). 波 (Ha) means "Wave", and the entire word is a pun from King Kamehameha.
  • Animal Friend (Na U Shi Ka)
    ナウシカ (Naushika) From Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Miyazaki film about a girl who can charm animals.
  • Jurai (Tsu Na Mi)
    樹雷 (Jurai) is a space kingdom in Tenchi Muyo! Manga and Anime. 津名魅 (Tsunami) is a guardian goddess of the kingdom. Tsunami also means "Tidal Wave".
  • Learned One (Se N Se I)
    先生(Sensei) Teacher.
  • Indomitable (Ra N Ma)
    早乙女乱馬 (SAOTOME Ranma) The Hero of Ranma 1/2 Manga and Anime.
  • Nature's Kingdom (Mo No No Ke)
    もののけ姫 (Mononoke Hime, Princess Mononoke) The heroine of Miyazaki film Princess Mononoke. Mononoke means supernatural beings like spirits.
  • Wanderer (Ru Ro U Ni)
    流浪人(Rurouni) means a wandering person and is a coined word by the author of Rouroni Kenshin Manga series.
  • Grand Leon (Ma Sa Mu Ne)
    正宗 (Masamune) is one of the most famous samurai sword brand (the family name of the smith).
  • Obedience (A Ya Na Mi Re I)
    綾波レイ (AYANAMI Rei) The woman pilot of EVA-00 from Neon Genesis Evangelion Anime.
  • Cherry Blossom (Sa Ku Ra)
    桜 or 櫻 (Sakura) Ornamental cherry trees, Prunus serrulata, and their blossoms, an ubiquitous symbol of Japan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura

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