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Work In Progress

Violence Incarnate
Shizuo Heiwajima (DURARARA!!!)
Renowned as the strongest man in Ikebukuro, Shizuo also works as Tom Tanaka's bodyguard.

Revamping Shrines

Kisuke Urahara (Bleach)
He is the former captain of the 12th Division, the founder and 1st President of the S.R.D.I..

Upcoming Shrines

Sweet Justice
L Lawliet (Death Note)
He is a world-renowned detective who takes on the challenge of catching the serial killer; Kira.
Hisoka (Hunter x Hunter)
Notorious for his cruel and deceitful fighting ability, Hisoka has proven to be deadly.


Looking back at my previous domain's content, I came to realize that my registered domains are quite connected and have the same background of origin.


The idea of the name “reijou” actually just came out of the blue, although I had a lot of options to choose—but these options are already taken, such as Kakumei.NET and Hakumei.NET. *facepalms* I was actually choosing between Mochiron.NET, Renjou.NET and Reijou.NET, and with my other half's opinion, I went to register Reijou.NET with the hopes of being able to purchase one more domain in the future. As for the domain's meaning, the kanji I chose for reijou is 霊場 where rei (霊) means spirits or soul and jou (場) means location or place, and putting them together would give us sacred ground.


I got the name Ethelion from the 2nd Division of the Assassin's Guild on my written light-novel Dei no Mori; captained by Clyde Zadeius and has been purchased on iProton. It is supposed to be Kisuke.NET basing on Kisuke's kanji name, the name Kisuke is someone who takes pleasure in helping others. But, unfortunately, the name is no longer available so I'm stuck with Ethelion. Then, I was actually planning on purchasing Aki.NET but the name is no longer available too so I'm choosing between Benihime.NET and Ethelion.NET—no need to guess who won the name fight. ^_^


The name DEICODED was derived from the word DEI (a Latin word means God) and CODED (from it's root word code which means a system of laws or rule; system of signals), I've picked up the name Deicoded for some personal reasons. So let's not further go into details.. ^_^