Assassins Concepts

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Bounty

A Bounty is a price put on the life of someone who is wanted by either the authorities, government, or private organization.

Bounty Hunter

Doing deals for large amounts of cash. Usually hunts people wanted by the law.

Dark Past

One or more past events that negatively affected one or more people. It's very common in an anime for at least one person to have such a past.

Deceased Characters

These characters had died by the end of the manga, anime or movie. Permanently.

Demon Hunter

A hunter who spends his/her life hunting supernatural beings (ghosts, vampires, demons, etc).

Dual Wield

A common fighting style for skilled characters in fiction. In history it's use was rather rare and hard to learn, but probably this exoticity is the cause of it's relative popularity now. This includes both melee and ranged weapons.

Espionage

This is the act of secretly watching a person or group to gather information, often for political purposes. Spies typically disguise themselves so that they might sneak around. Espionage is also frequently tied to assassination plots.

Female Ninjas

A Female Ninja in Japanese is referred to as a kunoichi. They were given special training that took advantage of a woman's natural gifts.

Femme Fatale

A woman who is considered to be dangerously seductive.

Fighting Dirty

Sometimes its the only way to win a fight, and sometimes characters just have no honor. Either way these characters don't like to play fair.

Ginyu Force

AKA Ginyu Tokusentai. The most elite force under Freeza's command.

Gung-Ho Guns

A group of assassins formed by Knives and led by Legato. Their goal is to cause endless suffering to Vash the Stampede.

Iscariot Section XIII

The Catholic counterpart and rival of Hellsing despite being allies,Iscariot is the secret black ops team of the Vatican. Charged with killing heretics and freaks, it is a deadly force directly under the Pope's orders; many of its soldiers are quite insane themselves.

Kidnapping

Capturing and carrying away a person against their will and holding them in false imprisonment .

Law And Disorder

A common theme in animes. Kids acting without guidance or parental supervision.

Martial Arts

Seen in just about every form of anime at least at one point. The key component that makes Shounen popular among boys. As well as Ancient art in itself

Murder

The act of taking another person's life.

Ninjas

A ninja is a (typically Japanese) warrior, trained in martial arts fighting styles, and whom typically specializes in stealthy tactics and unorthodox arts of war.

No Mercy

When a character doesn't even hesitate to take care of an opponent and shows them no restraint or sympathy at all. Usually a trait in villains but even heroes can prove to be cold blooded when they need to be.

Robot

An electro-mechanical machine which is guided by computer or electronic programming, and is thus able to do tasks on its own.

Sniper

A sniper is an individual who supports the front from distance. They use ranged weapons to shoot from very long distances with great accuracy. The snipers are famous for their precision and to attack from unexpected directions.

Stalker

A anonymous follower and tab-keeper of another person or persons.

Strong Women

Anime has long been known for having many strong male protagonist and depicting women as being weaker and in need of protection, but there are many female characters out there fighting this stereotype. These are women who possess strength not just physically but mentally and emotionally as well and are often the heroes of a series.

Training

Specialized strategies and methods of exercise used in various anime and manga series to develop characters and prepare them for performing in events.

Vigilante

A person taking justice in his/her hands

War

The massive battle of death between 2 factions or nations. Can either be because of religion, need for power or wealth, hatred of the other faction/nation etc.

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