A Japanese military leader and vice-commander of the Shinsengumi.
The leader of the Ends.
A magician and member of the Octobrists.
A powerful warrior.
A Japanese warlord who started the unification of Japan.
The main protagonist of Drifters. Historically Shimazu Toyohisa was a Japanese samurai who died in 1600.
A Siberian mystic and close advisor to the late Romanov family of Russian Empire.
The youngest daughter of the last Russian Tsar, Nicholas Romanov.
Jeanne d'Arc, also known as "Joan of Arc", is a Catholic saint, and national heroine of France. Claiming to be commanded by God himself, she led the French into several victorious battles against the English during the Hundred Years' War. She was burnt at the stake in 1431.
Carthaginian military commander and genius tactician.
American outlaw, member of the Wild Bunch.
American train and bank robber, Butch Cassidy was the leader of the Wild Bunch Gang.
World War II fighter pilot.
Leader of The Octobrist Organization. Historically Abe no Seimei was a Japanese magician.
Abe no Seimei's assistant.
Legendary japanese warrior.
A notorious killer of children from early 15th century France.
A Roman general during the Second Punic War.
The man who ruled over Nazi Germany during World War II. He wished to wipe leftists, Jews and other "inferiors" from the planet and rule over the world propagating an Aryan race agenda, an ideal that he oddly did not fall into himself.
The Count of Saint-Germain is a historical character who lived between 1712 and 1784 although his legend declares that he was an immortal.
A knight of the Orte Empire.
One of the generals of Nobunaga, it was his betrayal that ultimately led to Nobunaga's death.
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