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    alfredne is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default symbols on grand fisher mask

    does anyone know what those three rain drop symbols mean on grand fisher's face means. I see that symbol a lot in japanese anime and I always wondered what it meant?

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    Default symbol?

    In American literature water is a symbol for rebirth. Zah... That's just my take on it. possibly.

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    Default Re: symbol?

    Quote Originally Posted by asiangeekboy
    In American literature water is a symbol for rebirth. Zah... That's just my take on it. possibly.
    which would make alot of sense since gran fisher uses the images of dead people to lure in prey... if KT put that there on purpose thats really cool... kudos to him


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    From what I remember, in Japan water is meant to be more of a death related theme if you put it in this context.
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    nope its same has orient.. water means rebirth in most places around the globe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoenin
    From what I remember, in Japan water is meant to be more of a death related theme if you put it in this context.
    Quote Originally Posted by nedeti
    nope its same has orient.. water means rebirth in most places around the globe
    Nedeti is right, anywhere on the world water is the one thing that people absolutely need to survive. It wouldn't symbolize death.
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