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I've played .hack//LINK (got a copy imported) and I'm having a lot of fun with the game, but I'm a little curious about Kite and his Cross-Rengeki. After Kite charges at the target we see the Tri-Edge Sign appear and then Kite shouts something along the lines of "San Souen Ko". I could be wrong on what I put since I'm typing it by how I hear it but I want to know what it is he shouts and what the translation is. There is a video of it up on youtube if anyone needs the reference.

ok take a look at .hack//Versus gameplay video on Kite's pageHaseOsama (talk) 18:31, September 24, 2012 (UTC)

That doesn't really help me any since it doesn't say the attack name with english subs or in romaji.

Anyway ... Search for .hack//Versus Gameplay english subtitle

I think it's translated to tri-edge flame strike . HaseOsama (talk) 19:14, September 24, 2012 (UTC)

Again, I'm no expert on Japanese, but I don't think Tri-Edge Flame Mark is the proper translation. I've tried putting it through a translator (though online translators are iffy and can't be completely trusted) yet none of the kanji/katakana combinations match what's shown on the screen. Because of the use of "Souen" in the attack name, I thought the attack name would most likely be "Triple Azure Flame Slash" or something closer to that than "Tri-Edge Flame Mark".

No the former is fine. The translation for Sansouenkon was started when in first appeared in the Link manga, given that San en are the same Kanji for Tri Edge while Flame Sign/Mark are a matter how it might be started in English. Plus all though I am rushing I don't see the Kanji for Azure do you? Treasure Hacker 23:55, September 24, 2012 (UTC):

Yeah, I've actually looked over the kanji again after my previous edit/post here and noticed San Souen-kon is pretty much the Tri-Edge Sign kanji with the kanji for Fire. The online translators are just a pile of crap. So I guess that means this topic is useless now since my question has been answered?

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