Selma dreamed of the goddess Cheryl weeping as she looked upon the planet. "Come," the goddess said, "I will bestow upon your sword a great power. Use that power to save the kingdom and the world." Shaken by the reality of the dream, Selma took up her sword only to find it glinting in a rainbow of colors. "Before I challenge the prince, there is something I must do." She hurried off toward the royal palace of Atatar.
See Holy Fencer Selma.
Selma is an English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Slavic feminine given name and also a surname. It is of old German origin as a variation of Anselm (male) and Anselma (female), based on Ans-, god Æsir of Germanic mythology, and -helm, meaning helmet or, metaphorically, protection or "protected by gods". It may also be a female form of Solomon.
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