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The Mateo Reincarnation line

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So it's about time for another of those rare instances where I don't criticize my art into oblivion and actually post something.


So here we have the two most prominent OC's that I still tend to use in just about everything Balmos, Child of Frost (left) and Corelion Lelouche Shikaru (right). Balmos is the reincarnation of Core, whose spirit was transformed into the sentient scarf Balmos wears. Mateo is the name Corelion was given at birth, while Core (and subsequently Corelion) were names given to him for various things. Core was given as he was originally discovered in the "core" of the Forest of Death and the addiional "-lion" was added by the Raikage to refer to his domination and fierce potential on the battlefield.


For context about these two since I'm lazy here are links to the pages dedicated to them ever since they were created, both contain all the most recent information about their statuses in the Shinobi Legends lore:

Balmos: https://narutoprofile.fandom.com/wiki/Balmos


Corelion: https://narutoprofile.fandom.com/wiki/Corelion_Lelouche_Shikaru_(DECEASED)

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Dec 27, 2019
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