Tiger of Peace Picture

A sketch done of my battle mage oc and his title manifest/Exceed.

Lafayette's got a Title Manifest that used to be something else, however it was exchanged in replace of his Exceed which is something that allows you to Exceed your limits at the cost of putting yourself at a risk. His Exceed had evolved so to speak breaking from it's cocoon and into the Manifest of the white tiger Byakko. Lafayette wanted more power to protect those he holds dear, the tiger answered and merged with his Exceed balancing it out into something with a steady flow.

Lafayette's Title Manifest is apart of a 'Mansion' so there are other tigers he can call out and burrow strength from, he's just to grow accustom to what he has and appease the other, but not all at once that would be ridiculous and op. (Maybe when he's live for sometime and his skill grew age then it would be possible.) at the most he can only do 2, but even then it's a stressful task. In this Mansion there tigers that represent the other animals of the Chinese astrology and some that represent titles of samurai generals in japan, or creatures of hindu myth:

Byakko: ruler of the Fall season and governor of the Metal elementals

Black Tiger: ruler of the Winter season and governor of the Water elementals

Blue Tiger: ruler of the Spring season and governor of the Earth elementals

Red Tiger: ruler of the Summer season and governor of the Fire elementals

Tiger of kai {Which is the symbolism of takeda shingen}

Yellow Tiger: the supreme ruler of all these tigers and symbolic of the Sun

Death Tiger

There's a Gdon: Lion/Tiger that appears but it only shows when Lafayette and Starlet are doing things together as one.

During the Han Dynasty, people believed the tiger to be the king of all beasts. According to legend the tiger's tail would turn into white when it reached the age of 500 years. In this way, the white tiger became a kind of mythological creature. It was said that the white tiger would only appear when the emperor ruled with absolute virtue, or if there was peace throughout the world. Tigers are also believed to be the protectors of the dead, and a symbol of wealth.

The Tiger Symbolizes:

Power
Energy
Royalty
Protection
Generosity
Illumination
Unpredictability

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