Roughly translates to: "All phenomenon is impermanent! All that arises becomes extinguished! The end of arising and ceasing! The bliss of nirvana!"
Quote: After years of training in the Far East, I return only to find my nation burning at the hands of the infernal beastmen hordes. The heathens shall pay dearly... My work has only just begun.
Noillurie's battle cry comes from Buddhist mythology, and features in the Amida Sutra: "Gavampati (One of the Buddha's desciples) and his three brothers realized arhathood (Nirvana) after renouncing secular life to receive the teaching from Shakyamuni, expressed as follows: all phenomenon is impermanent, all that arises becomes extinguished, and with the end of arising and ceasing, comes the bliss of nirvana (shogyo mujo, zesho meppo, shometsu metchi, jakumetsu iraku)."