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  • Yata no Kagami

    One of the trio of the Imperial Regalia of Japan, Yata no Kagami (also known as the Sacred Mirror) is associated with the Sun, being the item that drew Amaterasu out of hiding from a cave. Hiding from her brother Susano-o after a particularly bad temper …

  • The Feather of Ma'at

    The symbol of the Egyptian goddess of truth Ma'at, the Feather is often associated with the judgement of the Egyptian dead. Placed on one side of the Scales of Truth, the deceased's heart is put in the other basket. If the heart is equal to or lighter …

  • The Dagger of Popocatépetl

    Popocatépetl was known as a great warrior within the Aztec lands, captain of a tribe under the Chief of all Aztecs. Popocatépetl loved the Chief's daughter, Iztaccíhuatl, but had to go to war before he could marry her. A warrior vying for Iztaccíhuatl's …

  • Megingjörð

    Megingjörð is Thor's magic belt, which is said to double the Thunderer's already prodigious strength. It is part of the trio of Thor's symbolic items, along with his hammer Mjolnir and his magic gloves Járngreipr. The belt is made of sturdy leather, …

  • Pecos Bill's Six-Shooter

    The fastest gun in the West, Pecos Bill was a straight shot, never missing even when riding at full-tilt on Widowmaker. Imbued with the American god's gunslinging abilities, the Six-Shooter is a legendary item of deadly accuracy.

  • The Rings of Erzulie

    Erzulie, the Loa goddess of love, is known for her amorous and protective nature. Her love is so great that one husband will not suffice, thus she has taken three: Damballa, Ogoun, and Agwe (Loa god of the sea). Infused in these rings are the love and …

  • The Aegis

    Made from the skin of a magic goat and decorated with snakes and the head of Medusa, the Aegis appears as a thick cloak with a scaled pattern. Given to Athena for safekeeping by her father Zeus, the cloak is a powerful offensive and defensive weapon. Its …