Religious, mythological and cultural referencesEdit
Thunder Stir - "Bow used by the imperial guards to kill a chimera." - A chimera was a monstrous beast appearing in Greek mythology that combined the parts of a lion, a serpent and a goat.
Imperial Guard / Imperial Bow - "Mutsunokami's bow. It protected a prince when he plucked its string." - Mutsunokami Yoshiyuki (陸奥守吉行, 1650-1710) was a Japanese swordsmith born in Mutsu Province. His blade was made famous after Sakamoto Ryōma was assassinated and died carrying his favorite blade forged by Yoshiyuki.
Elven Sight - "A magic bow with perfect aim that was created by an elf." - Elves are creatures that appear in many fantasy fiction stories and originated in Old English and Old Norse folklore.
Artemis's Bow - "Bow that belongs to the goddess Arteis. It shot her lover Orion."- Artemis was a Greek deity and the goddess of the hunt, amongst other areas. Orion was her hunting companion and in some versions of Artemis's story, he is killed by her.
Lugh Lamhfhada - "Weapon that hungers for the blood of the Lugh the Long Hand." - In Irish mythology, Lugh (modern Irish: Lú) was known as the "Long Hand" for his skill with a spear or sling. He instituted an event similar to the Olympic games.
Titania's Bow - "Bow belonging to Titania - Queen of the Faeries" - In William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream, Titania was queen of the faeries.