Falchion (JP: Falcion)
– Falchion: (hist) a type of medieval European sword.


– Mars: (Roman) god of war.

– Abel: (Biblical) one of the twin sons of Adam and Eve.

Kain (EU: Cain)
– Cain: (Biblical) one of the twin sons of Adam and Eve.

Oguma (EU: Ogma)
– Ogma: (Celtic) god of scholars and education.

– Nabal: (Biblical) a man killed by God for defying King David of Israel.

Minerba (EU: Minerva)
– Minerva: (Roman) goddess of wisdom and tactical warfare.




Norn (EU: Norne)

– Athena: (Greek) goddess of wisdom and tactical warfare.

Hymir (EU: Ymir)

– Naga: (Fire Emblem) Goddess Dragon from the Akaneia-Barencia and Jugdral continents.

Moses (EU: Morzas)

– Artemis: (Greek) goddess of the hunt; in some accounts, Orion’s lover.

Eins (EU: Zas)
– Eins: (lang) German for “one”.

Zwei (EU: Ida)
– Zwei: (lang) German for “two”.

Drei (EU: Ossa)
– Drei: (lang) German for “three”.

Vier (EU: Aenos)
– Vier: (lang) German for “four”.

Fuenf (EU: Athos)
– Fünf: (lang) German for “five”.

Sechs (EU: Kerkis)
– Sechs: (lang) German for “six”.

Sieben (EU: Foloi)
– Sieben: (lang) German for “seven”.

Acht (EU: Giona)
– Acht: (lang) German for “eight”.

Neun (EU: Kalon)
– Neun: (lang) German for “nine”.

Zehn (EU: Divri)
– Zehn: (lang) German for “ten”.

Elf (EU: Voras)
– Elf: (lang) German for “eleven”.

Zwoelf (EU: Movri)
– Zwölf: (lang) German for “twelve”.

Montag (EU: Dirfys)
– Montag: (lang) German for “Monday”.

Dienstag (EU: Delos)
– Dienstag: (lang) German for “Tuesday”.

Mittwoch (EU: Verno)
– Mittwoch: (lang) German for “Wednesday”.

Donnerstag (EU: Chasia)
– Donnerstag: (lang) German for “Thursday”.

Freitag (EU: Gramos)
– Freitag: (lang) German for “Friday”.

Samstag (EU: Ithome)
– Samstag: (lang) German for “Saturday”.

Sonntag (EU: Lyrkia)
– Sonntag: (lang) German for “Sunday”.

Januar (EU: Lakmos)
– Januar: (lang) German for “January”.

Februar (EU: Othrys)
– Februar: (lang) German for “February”.

Maerz (EU: Parnon)
– März: (lang) German for “March”.

April (EU: Pelion)
– April: (lang) German for “April”.

Mai (EU: Pindus)
– Mai: (lang) German for “May”.

Juni (EU: Skarpa)
– Juni: (lang) German for “June”.

Juli (EU: Kofinas)
– Juli: (lang) German for “July”.

August (EU: Kythnos)
– August: (lang) German for “August”.

September (EU: Merenta)
– September: (lang) German for “September”.

Oktober (EU: Cynthus)
– Oktober: (lang) German for “October”.

November (EU: Kypariss)
– November: (lang) German for “November”.

Dezember (EU: Cholomon)
– Dezember: (lang) German for “December”.


– Valencia: (geo) a city in modern-day Spain.

Cashmere (EU: Chiasmir)
– Kashmir: (geo) a region in Asia containing parts of modern-day India, Pakistan, and China.

Macedonia (EU: Medon)
– Macedonia: (geo) a modern-day country in Europe.

Orleans (EU: Aurelis)
– Orléans: (geo) a city in modern-day France.

– Thebai [Thebes]: (geo) the capital of ancient Upper Egypt.

– Thebai [Thebes]: (geo) the capital of Boeotia in ancient Greece.


– Paladin: (hist) the Twelve Peers of La Chanson de Roland.

Pegasus Knight
– Pégasos [Pegasus]: (Greek) a winged horse; son of the god Poseidon.

Shooter (EU: Ballistician)
– Ballista: (hist) a crossbow-styled siege weapon.

Swordfighter (EU: Myrmidon)
– Murmidones [Myrmidons]: (Greek) an ancient race of people descended of ants from the island of Aigina.

– Berserkr [Berserker]: (hist) Norse warriors with allegiance to Óðinn who fought in a frenzied rage.


Watou (EU: Wo Dao)
– Watou: (lang) Japanese for “Japanese sword”.

– Wo dao: (lang) Chinese for “Japanese sword”.

Mercury (EU: Mercurius)
– Mercurius [Mercury]: (Roman) god of commerce.

Gladius (EU: Gradivus)
– Gladius: (hist) a short sword used by Roman legionaries.

– Gladius: (lang) Latin for “sword”.

Halteclere (EU: Hauteclere)
– Halteclere [Hauteclere]: (La Chanson de Roland) the sword wielded by Oliver.

– Parthia: (hist) an ancient civilization centered in present-day Iran famed for its cataphracts and mounted archers.

Quincrane (EU: Arrowspate)
– Cranequin: (hist) a device used to span heavy crossbows.

– Excalibur: (Arthurian) the sword wielded by King Arthur.

Mafu (EU: Imhullu)

– Médousa [Medusa]: (Greek) a female monster whose gaze turns onlookers into stone.

Om Rod (EU: Aum)
– Aum [Om]: (religion) the most sacred symbol of Hinduism.

Angel Robe (EU: Seraph Robe)
– Seraph: (Biblical) the highest order of angels.

Empyreal Whip (EU: Elysian Whip)
– Elysion [Elysium]: (Greek) the portion of the underworld for the virtuous.

Orion Arrow
– Orion: (Greek) a famed hunter and Titan.

Star Aries
– Aries: (Zodiac) the first sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “ram”.

Star Taurus
– Taurus: (Zodiac) the second sign of the Zodiac, Latin of “bull”.

Star Gemini
– Gemini: (Zodiac) the third sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “twins”.

Star Cancer
– Cancer: (Zodiac) the fourth sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “crab”.

Star Leo
– Leo: (Zodiac) the fifth sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “lion”.

Star Virgo
– Virgo: (Zodiac) the sixth sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “virgin”.

Star Libra
– Libra: (Zodiac) the seventh sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “balance”.

Star Scorpio
– Scorpio: (Zodiac) the eighth sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “scorpion”.

Star Sagittarius
– Sagittarius: (Zodiac) the ninth sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “archer”.

Star Capricorn
– Capricornus [Capricorn]: (Zodiac) the tenth sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “horned goat”.

Star Aquarius
– Aquarius: (Zodiac) the eleventh sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “water-bearer”.

Star Pisces
– Pisces: (Zodiac) the twelfth sign of the Zodiac, Latin for “fish”.