(Zen) Iron-Slicing Ronin Saigan


Humans, demons, steel, Saigan's sword easily sliced through everything he encountered. Nothing seemed to resist his keen edge; even dragonhide or unknown ore fell swiftly, and after each confrontation, he once again questioned whether he had found the ultimate trial for his superior skills. At last, Saigan discovered the material that would test his blade: Golden hair more impervious than the hardest steel yet flexible as the youngest bamboo.


See Iron-Slicing Ronin Saigan.

Name originEdit

A rōnin was a samurai with no lord or master during the feudal period (1185–1868) of Japan. A samurai became masterless from the death or fall of his master, or after the loss of his master's favor or privilege. The word rōnin literally means "wave man", understood as "a man tossed around like a wave", from ro "wave" and nin "man". That, however, is an idiomatic expression that means "vagrant" or "wandering man", someone who is without a home.

Additonal InfoEdit

Was Hidden Boss in the Gilt Blades Raid Events. Quote:

  • "So you claim none can sever your hair? Alow me to see for myself.
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