Orochi Iori, a descendant of the cursed Orochi Yagami lineage. Orochi Leona, a surname acquired from her father, who was also born into this family line.
Iori is not only heir to his family's estate but also to the powers of his ancestor as well. Because of this reason, he has been trained by his grandfather to inherit his skills and master them himself. However, due to his own selfish desires, Iori rejected his grandfather's teachings and started on his own path of destruction.
As for Leona, she has been trained by her father to handle his business affairs in his absence. Even though Iori is not related to Leona by blood, they have a close relationship because they both belong to the same family. Iori helps Leona when she needs him and vice versa. They also love each other like siblings would.
Now that you know their backstory, you can understand why Leona wants to protect Iori from harm even if it means sacrificing herself. She knows that if Iori gets involved with another person then he will not be able to leave his world of darkness behind him forever.
However, Iori does not want anyone else to suffer his fate because of him.
Amaterasu is the daughter of Izanagi and the sister of Susanoo and Tsukuyomi (who was also her husband). By way of adornment, the Emperors of Japan claim direct ancestry from her. Today, this family tree is used to explain why the Emperor is never touched by commoners.
According to myth, she is the goddess who brought fire to Earth. In actuality, she is said to have done so as part of a bargain with her brother in which he would protect her while she hunted for food in order to avoid starvation (since she could not cook like other animals). She made many catches but always gave them to her brother first. One day, however, when she went hunting without waiting for him, he became angry with her and banished her from the realm forever. She wandered through Asia until she reached the shores of what would become Tokyo where she met a wolf who adopted her and took care of her injuries. The wolf's name was Tanuki and they lived together in a cave near the present-day temple of Kitano Hongwan-ji. When Tanuki died, Amaterasu buried him next to her home.
After her brother's death, Amaterasu decided to visit him one last time before leaving forever. But when she arrived at his palace, the people there refused to let her in because she was now "common" and had no rank anymore.
According to Dryden, Palamon, a putative cousin of Arcite, is at least a "brother-in-arms." Arcite is a royal blood knight, however this is not clearly stated in the book. Emily (Emelye or Emilye) is the king's princess and stepdaughter, or maybe niece. And the Duke of Athens is King Theseus.
Arcite and Emory were friends who met while serving under different kings. When their countries were at war, they fought together against their shared enemy, the Duke of Athens. When the two countries made peace, they decided to live as brother knights rather than fight each other for the title of best fighter. They agreed that the man who killed his rival would be crowned champion. If both men survived their opponents, they would switch roles. Arcite was given the kingdom of Argos by his father because no one else could defeat him in battle. Emory was given the dukedom of Athens by King Theseus because no one else could defeat him in battle. The pair lived near each other in Athens but were never married. They had time enough for fighting each other as well as training for battle.
Arcite and Emory were lovers as well as brothers. But when King Theseus wanted to marry his daughter Emelye/Emily to another man, Palamon, they felt humiliated and went into exile.
ITZY's two lovely members, Lia and Yuna, are shown here. They are two distinct persons with no blood ties. The sisterhood friendship they've formed via ITZY is the closest familial relationship they have with each other.
Lia was born on January 4th, 1992 while Yuna was born on February 11th, 1994. Their agency is also called ITZY so they are twins.
They are both trained in taekwondo since they were young girls. They debuted as ITZY with a single album titled "Itzy" in 2015. Since then, they have become one of the most popular girl groups in Korea.
Their official website states that they are all best friends who love to have a good time together. Although they come from different families, they have been inseparable since meeting at a very young age. They share the same manager as well as lawyer.
Currently, they are preparing for their first Japanese tour which starts in February 2018. Upon its completion, they will head back to Korea to prepare for their second studio album which is expected to be released in late summer/early fall of 2018.
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Aoi is compelled to marry Shiro as security for Shiro's 100 million yen debt. She rejects instantly and resolves to work to pay off her grandfather's debt. She has become used to Odanna since coming in Tenjin-ya and appreciates knowing more about him as they spend more time together. When she finds out that he is an ogre, she is furious and tries to run away from the wedding but is stopped by her grandfather who does not want her to suffer because of her father.
In the end, she decides to stay married to Shiro because it will make her grandfather happy and shows him a picture of their son who died when he was little. She vows to raise him right even though she will miss being alone with Odanna.
Later on, after some time has passed, she meets up with Shiro again and they resume their affair without anyone else involved. However, when Shiro comes into money, he wants to divorce his wife so he can marry Aoifuyu. When she refuses, he gets angry and threatens to tell everyone what happened between them if she doesn't agree. Filled with rage, she hits him back by telling everyone what an ogre he is. This causes many problems for Shiro including losing his job. Desperate, he asks her to marry him again just like how they did before she rejected him the first time. This time, she accepts because she needs his money and hopes things will be different this time around.
In "Rapunzel and the Great Tree," Adira goes into further detail about her relationship with the wicked Hector, who, like her, is a member of the Brotherhood of the Dark Kingdom and also happens to be her brother. He's also white as snow, which may or may not be relevant to this story.
They were born on the same day, in the same kingdom, to the same parents. But where I come from, people only get one family name, so they have different last names. Besides, Hector is evil; he should not be allowed to touch anything as sweet as rapunzel.
However, according to Adira, their father loved them both equally, so it's possible that he gave them different names to make sure they didn't fight over him. Then again, given how much trouble Hector causes even before he becomes dark, it's probably safe to say that he was always going to be evil, so there wasn't really any point in naming him otherwise.
Anyway, they had the same mother but different fathers, so they're half-brothers. Not that it matters because they love each other no matter what side of the bed they wake up on.
Hector hates Rapunzel because she's beautiful and has long hair that keeps him away from getting his hands on it.