Kikyo, Young Banisher


Before ghoulish apparitions seized the city for themselves, it was a thriving metropolis and the jewel of the kingdom. Yet in the midst of this nightmarish region tread a young woman with glistening black locks, not the slightest modicum of fear apparent on her youthful face. It takes but a glance at the strange gauntlet on her right arm for the horrors to know she was a formidable threat. It proved she was Kikyo, a necromancer more mysterious and deadly than any of their kind.


Added on December 11, 2014 as a part of Chains of Vengeance 16 Card Pack.

Name originEdit

Kikyo is a Japanese feminine name; means "Chinese bellflower" in Japanese, which symbolizes "purity" or "unchanging love". The flower itself, depending upon the region, is also referred to as the Korean bellflower, Japanese bellflower, common balloon flower, or balloon flower (referring to the balloon-shaped flower buds).

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Pyeongjun Park aka Totorrl.

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