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kyomu [2021/09/05 13:17]
halloway Updated based on the completion of Octo's Restaurant.
kyomu [2022/01/10 06:53] (current)
francis Kyomu's name
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-  * Kyomu's name when translated from Japanese to English can mean, emptiness, nothingness, non-existence, vacuity, nihility, and oblivion.  This can be a reference to how Kyomu previously resided in a placeholder area that was depicted as an empty white void with red and blue balls in the background.+  * Kyomu's name when translated from Japanese to English can mean, emptiness, nothingness, non-existence, vacuity, nihility, and oblivion. This is a reference to Kyomu's nihilistic nature. 
 +  * In a previous version of the game, Kyomu resided in a placeholder area that was depicted as an empty white void with red and blue balls in the background. Kyomu's dialogue referenced the "white void".
   * The fact that Kyomu has multiple tails causes him to resemble a fox spirit from Asian Mythology, the fact that his name is Japanese would specifically make him a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitsune|Kitsune]] but not a Kyubi since he only has 4 tails, and not another type of fox spirit like a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kumiho|Kumiho]] (Korean Fox Spririt), or a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huli_jing|Huli Jing]] (Chinese Fox Spirit).   * The fact that Kyomu has multiple tails causes him to resemble a fox spirit from Asian Mythology, the fact that his name is Japanese would specifically make him a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitsune|Kitsune]] but not a Kyubi since he only has 4 tails, and not another type of fox spirit like a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kumiho|Kumiho]] (Korean Fox Spririt), or a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huli_jing|Huli Jing]] (Chinese Fox Spirit).
   * The markings on Kyomu's face resemble the markings that appear on an Inari Mask, worn in homage to the Shinto Diety: [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inari_%C5%8Ckami|Inari Okami]].   * The markings on Kyomu's face resemble the markings that appear on an Inari Mask, worn in homage to the Shinto Diety: [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inari_%C5%8Ckami|Inari Okami]].
kyomu.txt · Last modified: 2022/01/10 06:53 by francis