(Surging) Aleph, Nameless Swordsman


Aleph received orders to infiltrate a temple and rescue a kidnapped priestess. All who obstructed him in his mission were massacred, his cold expression never flinching. Upon reaching the inner sanctum, he found the poor woman, covered in blood. Aleph knew not the name of the emotion that flared up in his soul, yet for the first time in his life, it was the desire to protect another that drove him to complete his task.


See Aleph, Nameless Swordsman.

Name originEdit

Aleph is the first letter of many Semitic alphabets, including Phoenician Aleph, Syriac Ālap ܐ, Hebrew Aleph א, and Arabic Alif ا. The Phoenician letter gave rise to the Greek Alpha (Α) and hence the Latin and Cyrillic alpabets.

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Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Mook Eun.

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