RVallant wrote:Believe it or not... Rugner used as slang means all manner of rude things but there we go.
Hehe, I wasn't sure about Geil's surname, but I think it was "Rugner", didn't know it had a meaning though.
Antimatzist wrote:Büchse: German for rifle
You forgot it can also mean "tin can"
Antimatzist wrote:Geschütz: German for gun (one of these names was written with "u" instead of "ü")
I think "gun" is not a good translation here.. I would rather say "turret" or "piece of artillery".
Thanks for mentioning those guys, I totally forgot I played Tierkreis (which means "Zodiac" in german, btw). Maybe I forgot because it was a pretty crappy game for Suikoden (I mean it wasn't really THAT bad, but I was pretty disappointed because it's not as good as the others).
Thanks for the extra info and correction, Vextor, I didn't know Fuma was a famous ninja aswell
My translation of "Genkaku" was taken from the most recent episode of Fairy Tail - Natsu, one of the main characters, attacked his enemy shouting "Genkaku" and it was translated as "Sword edge". I thought I read that somewhere else aswell, but I wasn't sure.
About Mondo: the name does sound like it might be japanese, so I tried google translator, but it just showed me the italian translation
And about Riou.. well... in my mind it sounds like "Ryu"
If you know how it should sound, please tell me.
By the way, does anybody know if "Yuber" has a special meaning? Since we already know what Pesmerga means, and because I am very curious about those 2 guys.