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List of Servant Ideas Version 1.2

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An extensive list of servant ideas including some servants that are well known and some less so. Free to use for anyone if they want (parenthesis indicate details which can give you a good start on researching them or in the creation of skills or noble phantasms, they also may include details as to differentiate them from people with similar names than the myths or figures in question).


North America

Annie Oakley

Bass Reeves

Captain Ahab

Daniel Boone

Deborah Sampson Gannett

George S Patton (1st US soldier designated as “Master of the Sword”, innovated military sword fighting techniques, redesigned the standard issue saber into the Patton Saber and taught techniques to other officers and his superiors)

Harriet Tubman


James Hickok


Moving Robe Woman / Mary Crawler / Her Eagle Robe / She who walks with her Shawl / Walking Blanket Woman / Moves Robe Woman / Walks with her Robe / Tashenamani

Nat Turner

Neil Armstrong

Noah Webster Jr.

Robert E. Lee

William Sherman

Wyatt Earp

South & Central America

Maria Quitéria

Moctezuma (fundamental weakness to bullets and riders [anyone on mounts, particularly horses])


Achille Marozzo (wrote Opera Novel as a detailed outline of renaissance era swordsmanship, staces, parries, and instructions on fighting left handed foes [always mix your offense and defense], had many disciples, life history not well known, his work is considered one of the most important early fencing treatise)

Agustina Raimunda Maria Saragossa i Domènech / Agustina of Aragón

Alonso Quijano

Arngrim (norse)

Batraz / Batradz / Pataraz


Camillo Agrippa (polymath, fencing theorist whose work Treatise on the Science of Arms with Philosophical Dialogue emphasized use of a rapier for thrusting attacks and became the foundation for Spanish Destreza fencing)

Captain William Kidd

Caterina Sforz


Don Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza (father of Spanish fencing Destreza)

Donald McBane (tavern-keeper, brothel owner, professional soldier, accomplished 18th century duelist, supposedly fought 100 private duels [with a few being back to back against opponents without him resting], opened a fencing school based on the combination of smooth graceful movements and deadly lunges [with a signature move called the “Boar’s Thrust”], he had suffered ~24 different wounds from musket balls, been slashed with bayonets, and hit with a grenade or two, fought in 2 dozen battles, yet was still physically fit enough to duel well and be a prizefighter in his 60s [at the London Bear arena where he fought 37 times], wrote a combined autobiography and fencing manual before his death in 1732).


Empress Matilda

Erik the Red / Erik Thorvaldsson

Ferdinand the 1st of Leon / Ferdinand the Great

Fiore dei Liberi (knight and diplomat, wrote the flower of battle [considered one of the most comprehensive fighting manuals in existence], may have been a student of Johannes Liechtenauer)

Francisco de Quevedo (very prominent poet at the time, politician, very combative, skilled swordsman who knocked the hat of the fencing master Luis Pacheco de Narváez in a duel [which he chronicled in El Buscón])

Gerard Thibault d’Anvers (brilliant mathematician, wrote about ritual magic, advocated that fencers need to know geometry, and wrote a detailed manuscript about his unorthodox style)

Giacomo di Grassi (one of the greatest swordsman in the era, used a smallsword paired with a dagger as a defensive weapon, and had defensively oriented style)

Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden / Gösta / Hooknose / The Golden King / The Lion of the North / the Great (well liked both during his time and by later historians, greatly developed Sweden both politically and militarily during his rule, had a progressive system for teaching peasants, giving them more opportunities in life, established the country’s second university, and helped form the foundations of the swedish empire with his governmental reforms, called the father of modern warfare [organized and created a disciplined standing army rather than relying on mercenaries, made use of light artillery rather than standard arteliary, emphasised movement and speed of his army [able to go to places and establish themselves quickly], used formations with rows only 5 or 6 men deep rather than contemporary armies with rows 20 or 30 deep for greater freedom and maneuverability], got struck with a bullet in the muscle around his shoulder which couldn’t be removed and prevented him wearing armor in the future and paralyzed two fingers [was later shot in the arm again in the final battle, then shot in the back, then stabbed, then shot in the head], by 16 he had fought in war against both the Russians, the Danish, and the Polish people all at once and won 2 of them expanding his empire, was considered a genius tactician and also taught other military minds, later he fought much of his reign against Ferdinand the 2nd during the 30 years war, defender of the protestants)

Hans Tallhoffer (probably a student of Liechtenauer and a fellow German, wrote a fencing manual including and clarifying his teacher’s techniques, may have been a founding member of the Brotherhood of Saint Mark [a prominent and influential european fencing school])

Harold Fairhair

Hervor (valkyrie?)

Hildegard of Bingen / Saint Hildegard / Sibyl of the Rhine


Ivar the Boneless

Johannes Liechtenauer (grandmaster of western swordsmanship, though he may have been a master of serval weapons, born in germany 13 or 14th century, studied across europe different armed combat techniques, and created the 1st efficient western sword art, referenced by several later masters)

Kenau Simonsdochter Hasselaer

Leif Erikson / Leiv Eirirksson / Leif Ericson

Luis Pacheco de Narváez (one of the most prolific fencing authors,was fencing master to Phillip the 4th of Spain)

Magnus Barefoot

María Mayor Fernández de Cámara y Pita

Matilda of Tuscany

Nora of Kelmendi

Olaf the 2nd of Norway / Olaf the 2nd Haraldsson / Saint Olaf

Peter the 1st / Peter the Great

Pietro Monte (fencing master “the true master of every trained form and agility”, was consulted by Leonardo da Vinci when trying to determine the calculation of trajectory)

René Descartes (was a philosopher, mathematician and scientist, may have written a treatise on fencing which may have been lost after studying in Paris, and dueled a man over the love of a woman, disarming, but sparing him)

Ridolfo Capo Ferro (forgotten or ignored at the time during the renaissance, despite being known today)

Rollo (viking ruler)

Saint Francis of Assisi

Saint Francis Xavier

Salvator Fabris (taught Christian the 4th, and made a very popular fencing manual)

Sigmund (wolf skin, gram, weaker than his son)

Sigmund Ringek (another student of Liechtenaucer he made the earliest system to translate his teacher’s poems into a form that can be used practically and this became the basis of modern german martial arts)

Sigurd the Crusader

Sigurd the Mighty / Sigurd Eysteinsson

Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye

Simeon the 1st of Bulgaria / Symeon / Tsar Simeon the Great

Skuld (half elf princess)

Starkad (giant, many arms, spear, Víkar)

Tamar of Georgia

Thiess of Kaltenbrunn

Totila / Baduila

Vladimiar Sviatoslavich / Vladimir the Great

William the 1st of Hauteville / William Iron Arm

England, Wales, and territories of the UK



Ælfthryth, wife of Edgar (possible origin of evil stepmother trope)

Alasdair Mac Colla (Scottish swordsman who might have invented the Highland Charge [charging into english musketeers lines and cutting them apart before they could get bayonets ready])

Alexander Pope

Alfred Htton (considered the best fencer in the military form a young age, improved fencing techniques, was a writer, and helped to revive historical fencing)

Alfred the Great

Cadwalader ap Cadwallon

Catherine of Aragon

Ceridwen (poetry, transformation into animals, divinity, magic)

Charles Darwin

Cnut the Great (King Canute and the tide)

Cordelia of Britain (Queen Cordelia, daughter of King Leir)


Eadwig (All-fair)

Edgar the Peaceful

Edmund Ironside

Edward the Confessor (has magical sword curtana / curtain used by both Tristan and Ogier the Dane)

Edward the Elder

Edward the Martyr

Edward the 1st of England (longshanks)

Edward the 3rd of England

Edward the Black Prince

Elizabeth the 1st

George Silver (17th century fencer who wrote Brief Instructions on my Paradoxes of Defense and criticized the way Italian fencers used rapiers, the book was used to train for the Boer war centuries later)

Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd

Harold Godwinson

Harold Harefoot

Henry Jennings

Henry the 1st of England

Henry the 2nd of England

Henry the 3rd of England

Henry the 5th / Henry of Monmouth (success in 100 years war, short reign)

Henry the 8th

Issac Newton (has an ability like accelerator? [doesn’t work on massless objects like spells] and can also manipulate the inertia of objects [caster/Archer although he finds it ironic he can be summoned as caster and likes to call himself “the anti-caster”], and a noble phantasm based on gravity, orbits, and the laws of motion)

James Figg (one of the fathers of bare knuckle boxing, first english bare knuckle boxer champion, also a skilled swordsman who had several duels at the London bear gardens, taught others to fight with fists, cudgels, and swords)

James the 6th & 1st

Joanna of Flanders (skilled military leader, possibly inspired legends about Joan of Arc and her myths)

John Hawkins

John (King of England)

Lady Jane Grey

Margaret of Anjou

Owain Glyndwr

Queen Victoria

Richard Brandson (English executioner, son of Gregory Brandson, called Young Gregory [Gregory Tree became euphemism for the gallows], executioner of Charles the 1st)

Robert Roy MacGregor (claimed by others to be invincible with a sword due to his long arms, well known at the time, rebelion and battles with england, famed even during his life [which was why he was pardoned in 1723] got into famous fight with Marquis of Montrose)

Samuel Bellamy (one of the wealthiest pirates in history, called Black Sam, may be inspiration behind the Jolly Roger flag, once sailed with Blackbeard before he may have become such, was well liked by his crew and had a fairly democratic system of his captaincy, noted to be "tall strong, well-mannered, and very tidy", liked black coats and expensive clothes, used 4 dueling pistols, was a good tactician [he had a flagship with strong firearms and power and a second lighter, but faster ship which he used to capture ships without harming them in coordinated attacks], often preferred to not have to resort to force [he was generous to those who surrendered to him and merciful to those he captured], called the Robinhood of the sea [and his cremates called themselves robinhood's men] and had no love for laws [which he saw as ways for the rich to protect themselves as the stole from the poor and punish those who tried to take from them])

Sir Richard Francis Burton (renaissance man [explorer, geographer, translator, writer, soldier, orientalist, cartographer, ethnographer, ethnologist, spy, linguist, poet, fencer, Freemason, and diplomat], wrote both A New System of Sword Exercise for Infantry and was writing but never completed The Book of the Sword)

Sir William Hope (fencing master in scotland, published a lot of fencing manuals specified to different sword types)

Robert Bulwer-Lytton

Thomas Derrick

Walter Raleigh

William Adams

William Machrie (called “Judge and Arbitrator of all who make any publick Trial of Skill in the Noble Art of the Sword, within the Kingdom of Scotland” circa 17th and 18th centuries)

William Marshal (one of the most skilled knights and swordsman in history, was famous for his displays in tournaments, claimed to have bested 500 knights, killed the horse from under Richard the Lionheart [as he didn’t want to strike the unarmored future king], compared to gawain frequently, fought in many wars for different lords and kings and was still on the front lines by the time he was 70)

William the 2nd of England

William Woodsworth

Saint Walpurga / Walburga (Saint Walpurgis Night)

King Arthur

Caradoc Vreichvras / King Carados / Carados Breifbras

Sir Aglovale

Sir Brunor (noted to be a powerful knight and one of the origin for the tale of the black knight with several Noble phantasms, yet was unskilled with a lance or a horse, he was considered a fearsome warrior on foot, was without fear, and was able to match Lancelot in a nonlethal duel [note that of the duel had been with Lancelot fighting to kill, he would have died])

Sir Budic the 2nd/Nentres of Garlot

Sir Cador

Sir Dinada

Sir Ector

Sir Hoel

Sir Lamorak (one of Arthur’s best 3 knights, son of Pellinore, killed by Gawain, Mordred, Gaheris, and Agravaine [but Gareth had no involvement in the matter])

Sir Lanval (noted to be possibly based on the legend of Tam Lin)

Sir Lionel

Sir Marrok (turns into a wolf when he loses his clothes, stuck as such for 7 years, one of Arthur’s most loyal knights, sometimes does or doesn’t lose his curse)

Sir Pellinore (a skillful and powerful fighter, involved in hunting the questing beast)

Sir Safir

Sir Sagramore (noted to be a strong, yet brash, hotheaded, and occasionally foolhardy fighter, yet can be kind and determined)

Sir Segwarides

Sir Tor



Celtchar (lancer, Lúin Celtchar, weakness to poison, beast slayer)

Cet man Mágach (mighty warrior [about on par with conall], slung brain of Masgegra [weakens foes and causes wounds which won’t normally heal and if too strenuous could burst open and kill them])

Cethern Mac Fintain (able to heal himself once from mortal wounds, but that heal is only temporary and will only last 3 days before he dies, spear, sword, fists, battle continuation)

Conall Cernach


Conganchnes mac Dedad (unbreakable skin, berserker)

Cú Roí (caster, archer, has a history with Cu Chuliann, Celtchar, and Conall)

Deirdre (Findabair)

Fedelm (prophet, foresight)


Furbaide Ferbend

Gráinne O’Malley

Liath Luachra (depicted as either being a male or a female)


Oscar (Irish Myth)

Saint Patrick


Charles the 7th (the victorious / the well served)

François de Vivonne Seigneur de Chateigneraie (celebrated swordsman, originator of the term “coup de jarnac” when in a duel with the Baron of Jarnac he used a cut to the leg to defeat him despite being vastly inferior in skill)

François-Michel le Tellier Marquis de Louvois (considered one of the two or three best generals in all of French history)

Henri de La Tour d’Auvergne (Viscount of Turenne, one of the greatest generals in modern history, one of the top 5 general in French history [alongside François-Michel le Tellier Marquis de Louvois and Lazare Carnot], his tomb wasn’t desecrated in the French revolution [and the revolutionaries respected him], considered the best modern general by Napoleon [in an era of many great generals and individuals who studied the arts of war], and Napoleon advocated all his soldiers read the methods and strategies of Henri d'Auvergne)

Henry the 4th (France)

Jean Baptiste le Perche Du Coudray (France, 1600s, considered 1st modern fencer, emphasized the riposte)

Jeanne de Clisson / Jeanne de Belleville (the Lioness of Brittany, piracy, wanted revenge for her executed husband)

Jeanne Hachette / Jeune Fourquet / Jeanne Laisné

Joseph Bologne / Chevalier de Saint-Georges (was taught in the violin, and taught by a renowned fencer, beat that master in his teenage years after he made a disparaging remark about him being of mixed races, was one of the most renowned fencers in France at the time, lead an all black regiment in the french revolution, is remembered as a musician and composer, and was the director of the Concert des Amateurs [one of the top French orchestras] for a time)

Julie d’Aubigny (daughter of Louis the 14th, excellent singer [was a contralto opera singer and performer even without formal training], noted personality , married during teen years, very skilled fencer even in her youth, was mistaken for a man in one duel, dueled 3 different swordsmen simultaneous after she kissed a young woman on the mouth in a masked ball [and may have also beaten 3 swordmen at once on another occasion], stopped dueling a few years before death in 1701)

Lazare Carnot (the organizer of victory, considered one of the two or three best generals in all of French history)

Louis the 14th of France (palace of Versailles, he surrounded himself with famous and talented people [Cardinal Mazarin, Jean-Baptiste Colbert, François-Michel le Tellier Marquis de Louvois, Louis de Bourbon [Grand Condé], Henri de La Tour d’Auvergne [Viscount of Turenne], Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban, André Charles Boulle, Molière, Jean Racine, Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux, Jean de La Fontaine, Jean-Baptiste Lully, Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Marin Marais, Charles Le Brun, Hyacinthe Rigaud, Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, Louis Le Vau, Jules Hardouin-Mansart, Charles Perrault, and André Le Nôtre]).

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (of the child Jesus and the holy face)


Anthony of Padura

Henry the Navigator (prince of Portugal, central to Portuguese empire, father of the era of exploration)

Vasco da Gama





Aias/Ajax the great

Artemisia I of Caria





Helen of Troy (mystical dagger)

Leda (Leda and the Swan)





Nestor (greek myth)







Semele (Stimula)



Tiresias (can turn people into women [alliance with Jack the ripper servant?])

Roman Empire & Western Roman Empire

Antoninus Pius

Augustine of Hippo



Caesar Augustus (Gaius Octavius)

Camilla (vergil/mythology, "so fasts on her feet she could run over a field of wheat without breaking the tops of the plants", huntress, bow and arrow, killed in sneak attack while distracted, part of Aeniad)




Constantine the Great

Count Theodosius / Flavius Theodosius



Gordian III


Hannibal (has a weakness where his military tactics skill can wax or wane dependent on circumstances leading him to be very bold or fairly uncertain and hesitant)


John Philoponus / John the Grammarian / John of Alexandria

Lucius Tarquinius Superbus


Marcus Aurelius

Mark Antony



Octavia the Younger


Pliny the Elder

Pliny the Younger

Pope Gregory the 1st (Gregorian Mission)


Publius Cornelius Tactius

Saint Jerome

Septimius Severus

Theodoric I (helped in defeating Attila)

Theodoric the Great

Theodosius I




Valentinian I


Byzantine/ East European Empire

Alexios I Komnenos

Basil I

Basil II Porphyrogenitus

Constantine XI Dragases Palaiologos or Dragaš Palaeologus / Marble Emperor

Flavius Belisarius

Flavius Zeno

Germanus (cousin of Justinian the 1st)

Irene of Athens

Isaac I Komnenos

John I Tzimiskes

John II Komnenos

John III Doukas Vatatzes

Justinian I

Leo the 3rd the Isaurian

Leo VI the Wise

Manuel I Komnenos


Nikephoros II Phokas

Theodora (wife of Justinian)

Theodora III Porphyrogenita

Theodoros I Komnenos Laskaris

Zoë Porphyrogenita

Holy Roman Empire


Atlantes (sorcerer)

Baligant (seen as nearly equal to charlemagne, handsome and skillful with a sword, old, didn’t have the aid of saint gabriel, wielded the sword Précieuse)

Ferragut (giant, paladin, invulnerable save the stomach/navel, descendant of Goliath, surprisingly kind and articulate [modeled after or based upon Galehaut], might have a connection with Ajax the great, had a surprisingly articulate and well thought discussion on christianity and varying aspects of it, forgiveness [held no ill will towards his foes or his ancestor’s death at David’s hands], chivalry [respected truces when roland requested them when he tired of fighting and refused to let his troops lay hand on Roland while he rested in between their duels], mercy [only imprisoning those he bested rather than killing them], and kindness [he told Roland his weakness in compensation for him being kind enough to put a stone under his head as a pillow and told him not to despair for killing him])

Fierbras (son of Balan, prowess nearly rivals Oliver)

Ganelon (based on Wenilo, archbishop of Sens)

Louis the Pious


Naimon (advisor role, descendant of Nestor? One of 12 peers?)

Ogier the Dane (had son killed by Charlot inherited the holy sword Curtana/Courtain from Tristan [and later owned by edward the confessor], also owns magic sword Sauvagine, incited tension with Charlemagne [fictional version of Charles the younger and possibly elements of Charles the child grandson of Charlemange], father was Gaufrey de Danemarche)

Oliver (blessing of the olive tree [Athena, wisdom, chirstinaity & the bible], poise & wisdom versus Roland’s reckless courage [Lancelot versus Gawain type situation], Hauteclere [sister sword to Joyese and Durandal [forged later than durandal, but based off it’s design alongside Joyese]], wisdom and advise, endurance, disguise ability, and riding skill)

Otto the 1st / Otto the Great

Renaud de Montauban / Rinaldo (froberge, may have mystic horse bayard, weakness to potions, blessings of Armida, magic shield which grants visions, aid from his brother Maugris? father was Duke Aymon de Dordone/Dourdan)

Ruggiero the 3rd (son of Ruggiero the 2nd, descended from Astyanax and Hector, aided by Bradamante, powerful knight, bested Mandicardo who was armed with the armor of Hector and Durandal, can dispel illusions?)

Tilpin/Turin (mentioned as being stronger than charlemagne and taking on a thousand soldiers while his head was cracked open and he was impaled with 4 spears)

William of Gellone (William of Orange) (William of Orange, great grandson of Garin de Monglave, grandson to Hernaut, son to Aymeri de Narbonne, nephew to Oliver)

Middle East

Ardashir the 1st


Cyrus the 2nd

Deborah (prophetess, 4th judge of Israel)


Herod the Great (builder)

Khawlah bint al-Azwar (one of greatest female warriors in history, compared to Khalid Bin Walid on the battlefield)

Mavia (queen)

Nebuchadnezzar the 2nd

Sargon the Great

Saint Paul / Saul of Tarsus

Septimia Zenobia

Simon Magus

Titus Flavius Josephus


Ur-Nammu (legal code, military prowess, created and restored roads, built a wall, construction, Great Ziggurat of Ur, abandoned by his army, defied after death)


Amina Sukhera

Arawelo (queen of what would later become Somalia [support skill or NP related to weakening male servants and strengthening females ones?])

Cathrine of Alexandria

The Dahomey Amazons

Den (pharaoh)


Kahina / al-Kāhina

Kandake "Candice" Amanirenas (Kandake=queen/ruler of Ethiopia & Kush, blind in 1 eye [blinded in a battle with Augustus who invaded Meroe], masculine and large in stature, she and her son retaliated by invading Egypt when Aelius Gallus left Egypt for an expedition in Arabia and chopping of the head of a statue of Augustus and taking home roman status from conquered cities)

[Kandake] Candace of Meroe (Kandake=queen/empress of Ethiopia & Kush, famous military general who drove off of Alexander the Great by intimidating her with her forces [and may have threatened to cut his head off])


Moses ben Maimon / Maimonides

Musa the 1st of mali (very rich)

Narmer / Menes / Min


Nzingha Mbande

Sundiata Keita (founder of Mali empire, wrote one of the first constitutions)


Western, Central, South Central, and South East Asia

Abu Nasr Al-Farabi / Alpharabius / Al-Farabi

Dongmyeong of Goguryeo

Hang Tuah

Ibn Sina / Abu Ali Sina / Pur Sina / Avicenna

Khutulun / Aigiarne / Aiyurug / Khotol Tsagaan / Ay Yaruq


Kublai Khan / Emperor Shizu of Yuan

Lê Chân (good info source in English here

Tomyris / Thomyris / Tomris / Tomiride / Queen Tomiri (defended against cyrus the great and then defeated and killed him in battle)

Triêu Thi Trinh (Lady Trieu)

Trung Sisters

Tun Fatimah

Walinong Sari (song made about her)

Yi Sun-sin



Adi Shankara (7 buddhist powers)

Angiras (sage)

Ashoka the Great


Aurangzeb (Muhi-ud-Din Muhammad)

Baba Deep Singh (Sikh martyr, devotion to his teachings, swordsman who at 75 led a defense of the golden temple, and continued to fight even with mortal wounds [in one tale he fought with his severed head in the off hand], large Khanda sword is a holy relic)






Gautama Maharishi


Gobind Singh (10th Sikh Guru, master of the śastravidyā and introduced a mandate that all sikhs carry a Kirpan at all times)







Mai Bhago


Rajaraja the 1st / Aurlmoli Varman / Rajaraji the Great

Razia Sultana


Sultana Chand Bibi

Tarabai Bhonsale




Ching Shih

Chiyou (1 of the 3 sovereigns of ancient china, god of war, defeated by the yellow emperor with the Yan emperor’s aid, associated with the number 81, spells for calling upon weather, defeated the Yan emperor)

Confucius (most revered chinese sage, golden rule, confucianism, influenced Mencius, Xun Zi, and Zhu Xi among others, focused on the social fabric of life as well, popularly believed to have authored or edited all of the Five Classics, family loyalty, ancestor worship, respect of elders, deity in Taoism, disapproved of violent revolution, still fairly successful despite largely not having military power, importance of studying, moral merits as a basis of succession rather than lineage, king type figure, master of magic, divination, and astrology, his original tomb as a catalyst, possible grand caster candidate)

Di Zhì

Fu Hao

Hua Mulan

Huangdi / Yellow Emperor (2697 or 2698 - 2598 or 2597 BCE, considered a deity)


Laozi / Lao Tzu / Lao Tze (Tao Te Ching, father of Taoism)

Mother Lü


Mu Guiying

Princess Pingyang

Shennong (divine spirit [burning wind, agriculture, medicine, fire, associated with the south], one of the 3 kings of ancient china, taught men agriculture and the use of herbal drugs, invented many agricultural tools, possible father of the Huang emperor [secrets of medicine, immortality, and the creation of gold], accidentally poisoned himself, discovered tea, acupuncture, may be the Yan emperor, he may have been a successor to Shennong)

Sun Shang xiang / Lady Sun / Sun Ren / Sun Shangxiang

Wong Fei-Hung

Yim Wing-Chun

Zhong kui / Shōki


Jetsun Milarepa (bear skinned coat catalyst / master’s noble phantasm, fragments of his last tower built for Marpa the Translator, sorcery, killed a fair number of people, reached enlightenment, key figure in Tibetian buddhism, spiritual poetry (can heal the auras of others and remove their negative or cursed karma, may have a connection through Marpa the translate to Buddha himself, Milarepa’s cave as a Noble Phantasm?)

Machig Labdrön (reincarnation of Yeshe Tsogyal, buddhist master and yogini, created by Chöd lineage of buddhism [including native shamanism and Dzogchen teachings], knowledge of sutras and mantras, prophetic dreams, first buddhist teachings to emerge in tibet and be verified as authentic, self-arisn golden crystal kila [only icon made from the ashes of Macing’s body], texts written by her, clothing and such she wore, overcoming fear sickness and healing oneself or others by detachment from the body [may also use ritual bell, Chöd damaru, and a human thigh bone trumpet from charnel ground of sky burials], human centered philosophy [which also relates to the existence and conception of demons based on self-fixation])


Abe no Hirafu

Akuji no Takamaru


Ashikaga Takauji

Aya Uesugi

Date Masamune

Denpachi Gitsune / Konoha Inari Daimyōjin


Emperor Go-Toba (skills in poetry, painting, music, criticism, editing, calligraphy; also interested in archery, horses, and swordsmanship [was a gifted smith, gathered many great blades, and started the golden age of bladesmithing in Japan], highly influential in waka, exilied)

Emperor Menji

Emperor Saga

Emperor Tenji / Tenchi (poetry, his reforms, etc.)

Emperor Tenmu

Empress Jingū

Empress Jitō

En no Ozunu (Shugendō founder, binding spirits, magecraft, supernatural powers, great herbal knowledge, considered a Bodhisattva by his religion)

Enrin (lead the Tendai order and as it’s 3rd head greatly expanded its influence, gathered esoteric texts on buddhism from China and materials related to the pure land; studied Buddhism in Wutaishan and Mandal rituals in Chang’an, was part of diplomatic enjoy to Tang china, later deported back to Japan, wrote over 100 books, gathered a great amount of sutras and religious texts)

Fujiwara no Chikata / Fujiwara Senpo (able to summon and command 4 “demons” of fire water, wind, and earth [in life they were merely 4 buddhist monks who became ninjas under his command [and were said to be strong enough to throw large trees and crush rocks], the original shinobi in Japanese history] that can manipulate, move and hide within, and control their elements.)

Fujiwara Kamatari (fought against bringing Buddhism to Japan and held a golden sword, he passed down to Hidesato, received the title honorific Daishokukan/Taishōkan and was given the Fujiwara surname by Emperor Tenji establishing the clan, one of the leaders of Taika Reforms and editors of the Rules and Regulations of the Three Generations, nephew became head of Ise shrine [Caster Extra’s mirror housed here], later split into 5 regent houses, connected to many clans like the Ashikaga, Minamoto, and others who claim duo be descendants of them, Toshi Kaden [record of the clan])

Gracia Akechi

Hangaku Gozen

Imagawa Yoshimoto

Ina / Inahime Honda

Izumo no Okuni (mother of the Kabuki dance)

Jigoku tayū

Kai / Kaihime Narita

Kamo no Yasunori (Abe no Seimei’s predecessor and teacher, greatest onmyōji at his time, able to perceive demons without training, his sound daughter became a poet, and his son created the calendar)

Kanemaki Jisai (student of Toda Seigen, master of Chujō-ryū fighting style, taught Itō Ittōsai and may have also taught Sasaki Kojirō)


Koshōshō Miyoshi

Kōga Saburō

Kurozuka / Onibaga / The demon of Adachigahara

Lady Hayakawa

Lady Kasuga

Li Naomasa (red demon unit [red armor was to psychologically terrify his foes], quick to draw first blood, badly wounded by a bullet in Sekigahara [and never fully recovered possibly passing away from the wound years later] but his own men were so scared of him they refused to commit seppuku for the fear he would kill them, allowing him to recover [terrified both enemies and allies], had the largest estate of the Tokugawa 4 heavenly kings)

Li Naotora

Miminashi Hōichi

Minamoto no Yoritomo (died 2 days after becoming a buddhist monk, wise but ruthless, blessing of the dragons by being a descendant of and allying with the Ashikaga who both descended from Fujiwara Hidesato [who himself descends from Fujiwara Kamatari who fought against bringing Buddhism to Japan and held a golden sword he passed down to Hidesato])

Minamoto no Tametomo

Minamoto no Yoshiie / Hachimantarō

Mōri Motonari (descendants of Ōe no Hiromoto)

Mōri Terumoto (grandson of Motonari)

Nasu no Yoichi

Oda Oichi

Ono no Takamura



Ōtani Yoshitsugu

Rokujō no Miyasundokoro

Sakai Tadatsugu (Inokiri katana [made by same creator as the dragonfly cutting spear, who was a compatriot of Muramasa], cunning leader [used a ruse which turned the battle, leadership, night attacks, loyalty], given great status and riches as a reward)

Sakanouge no Tamuramaro

Shima Sakon

Shinmen Munisai

Shisenin Kosen / Ietoshi Shishido (bucho, yamabushi, buddhist monk, involved in mori family, superhuman feats, ability to fly, link to teachings which Minamoto no Yoshitsune learned, taught Masamoto Hosokawa in the arts of war, entered Mt Atago to live there at 1570 AD, lived to be over 100, skilled in warfare, magical arts, swordplay, spearmanship, and the naginata [forming the Kashin school of swordsmanship and the Shisen school of nagianta use], became a teacher in martial arts)

Shukaku (bunbuku chagama tea kettle [always is filled with hot water for tea], luck, worshipped as a local god, thousands of years old?]

Suguwara no Michizane (one of the greatest scholars and poets in Japanese history, one of the three great Onryō of Japan [Nihon San Dai Onryō], his curse, illness and death, lighting strikes and powers over lighting, plagues and natural disasters, eventually promoted to the level of a respected kami and remains popular even now)

Sutoku Tennō (natural disasters, one of the three great Onryō of Japan [Nihon San Dai Onryō], later equated with a god, and given a shrine, his curse)

Taira no Kiyomori (Daikini)

Takeda Shingen

Teratsutsuki / Mononobe no Moriya

Tsukahara Bokuden

Uesugi Kagekatsu

Ujiyasa Hōjō (Lion of Sagami, matchen Shingen and Nobunaga in intelligence, crafted strategies to beat Shingen and Kenshin)

Urabe no Suetake

Usui Sadamitsu

Yamato Takeru

Yasuke (the 1st samurai to wear black armor, 1st African samurai, soldier under Oda Nobunaga)


Gabriela Silang

Keumalahayati (considered equal to Semiramis and Cathrine the great by some historians)

Nyi Ageng Serang

Updated April 11th, 2021 at 03:09 AM by Cursed by Fortuna

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