“Miss”, “Mrs.”, “Mr., “Sir” honorific
informal honorific used by males
“Lord”, “Lady” (honorific)
“Mr.”, “Miss”, “Misses” (honorific)
honorific used for senior colleges or mentor figures
“teacher”, “master” (honorific)
old archaic honorific used for someone very close
an evil spirit or demon
magical spirit, something supernatural or paranormal
Warrior born into a clan of honorable military tradition.
The way of the samurai. Code of ethics that Samurai live by.
“feudal lord” or a warlord, a military rank. Samurai swore loyalty to him.
land controlled by one ruler with peasants and officers living within it.
“spirit barrier”, an invisible wall used to protect something from an outside source.
an iron or wooden club with metal spikes or stubs, an Oni’s favorite weapon.
a custom made sword
arm guard made of iron or steel plates sewn into the fabric. Its used to repel sword blows.
traditional Japanese clothing
supernatural fox with various magical powers
a person who can summon and control Kitsune
sword’s blade mounted on a long pole, used for long distance combat.
farmers that became warriors and rebelled against the government.
shapeshifting supernatural animals
Japanese ogre – males have red skin, females have blue skin; they wear tiger loincloths & carry Kanabo.
a servant that remains loyal to a family, samurai or lord and performs certain tasks.
“Hired Sword”, a samurai who doesn’t serve a lord. They went against some principles of the samurai.
“Dragon Sword”, sometimes called “Garyu” (Dragon Fang), magical sword with elemental powers.
class of warrior which defends the Daimyo and skilled martial artists. They follow the code of Bushido.
highest military rank
anthropomorphic crows with various magical powers. They use a Tengu no Hauchiwa fan that creates wind.
a lord who serves under the Daimyo.
a short sword usually accompanied with the Katana.
“mountain warrior” or warrior monks
mischievous demon tricksters
sandals made of either straw or leather