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Do the symbols on the soulstones actually say anything in Japanese?

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Chad Sexington

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Is it Japanese?

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This is what they say:

Green : Chad
Bue : Sexington
Red : Rocks

:dance:

No i have no idea, but i would like to know myself :)
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Green : Resistance
Bue : Is
Red : Futile

:)

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Good question, I always wondered that myself.

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kanji Symbol-soul
Looks like the character for the word soul, or Po, in Chinese.
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kanji Symbol-soul
Looks like the character for the word soul, or Po, in Chinese.



That makes sense. Thanks for looking it up :) I never even thought about it until I saw this thread.





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