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Name Notes
Aegis Armor made from the golden fleece, unable to be destroyed, Greek/Roman.
Anubis The Egyptian jackal-headed god of the dead.
Arachne A mortal who challenged the gods to a weaving contest and was turned into a spider, Greek/Roman.
Arthur Legendary English king and leader of the Knights of the Round Table.
Ashura Probably refers to Hindu "Asuras", beings that inhabit the world of demons.
Apollo The Greek/Roman god of the sun, youth, and music.
Edo Old name for Tokyo.
Gae Bolg A magical Irish weapon called the gea bolga was the greatest of spears, and when used meant certain death for its victim.
Gungnir The spear used by Odin in Norse mythology.
Harpy Greek/Roman birds with the faces of women.
Hecate The Greek/Roman goddess of the dark side of the moon.
Hermes The Greek/Roman messenger god.
Hydra The many-headed dragon slain by Hercules as one of his labors, Greek/Roman.
Hypnos The Greek/Roman god of sleep.
Isis The Egyptian goddess of the afterlife.
Ki Also "Qi" or "Chi", a life force from within the body.
Kraken A giant Greek/Roman sea creature to whom maidens were sacrificed.
Lilith In Judaic lore, a woman created before Eve who was not submissive and was therefore destroyed.
Mana The sacred Celtic power used to speak to the dead, also possibly refers to the food created by Jesus, "Manna".
Magi A Celtic person who can speak to the dead, usually a druid; also, the three wise men who visited Jesus in Bethlehem, or an ancient group of priests.
Medusa One of the Gorgon sisters whose gaze turned men to stone, Greek/Roman.
Naga In Hinduism, the cobra held by Shiva representing fertility.
Neptune Greek/Roman god of the sea.
Nike The Greek/Roman goddess of victory.
Odin The Norse god of warriors.
Pegasus The winged horse that sprung from the neck of Medusa after she was killed by Perseus, Greek/Roman.
Rakshasa A type of Hindu demon.
Scarab An insect sacred to the Egyptians.
Scylla A many-headed dragon living on a sea cliff that ate sailors passing by, Greek/Roman.
Seven A number frequently refered to in the Book of Revelation as a sign of the apocalypse.
Sleipnir Odin's many-legged horse in Norse mythology.
Titania In Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream", the queen of the fairies.
Valhalla In Norse mythology, where fallen warriors go.
Venus The Greek/Roman god of love and beauty.
XCalibr In English legend, "Exaclibur" is the sword drawn from the stone by King Arthur.

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