Those who doubted Rui Xi's strength were quick to reconsider when faced with her raging tiger spirit. Despite her human-like appearance, she could not understand human tongues and lived only by the law of nature. It was the fate of all warriors who did not possess similarly untamed might to fall to the blade of the beastly maiden.
See Rui Xi the Tigerkin.
Rui is the Mandarin pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written 芮 in Chinese character; translates as "tiny, small" or "edge of a body of water". Xi (ɕi) is the Pinyin romanization of several different Chinese family names: different speling has different meaning including "crack, opening", "joy, gladness, delight" or "practice".
Artwork by Crow God.