Every time HOMRA are about to battle, they always shouting "No Blood! No Bone! No Ash!" Does it have any meaning? Somehow I can relate "ash" to their burning power. (but it's just my assumption, and I don't know about the other)
HOMRA (吠舞羅, homura). It's not 炎, the spelling is different.
The Arabic word "حمرة" which means "redness" must be the origin, it is the red clan after all, and the spelling is identical. (try the speaker button on Google Translate for the pronunciation)
In season 2 episode 3, Kismet is from an Arabic origin as well.
The saying "No Blood! No Bone! No Ash!" can mean a few things like the power that the red clansmen have or just the sheer strength that they have, but I think it means that they leave nothing when they pass or that they have no regrets (I have no idea if any of these are correct)
"No blood, no bone, no ash" is the saying that the red king's clan yell out before battle. It is to say that they will leave no blood, no bone nor any ash behind. It is related to their burning power.
protected by Aki Tanaka Jan 6 '18 at 17:24
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