This could be based off of these runes
The rune of the warrior, Tiwaz is named after the god Tyr. The god of justice and law, this rune is a representation of honor, righteousness, and warrior. It is trust in the path that has been chosen, that is the one true path towards greatness. In Norse mythology, Tyr sacrifices his hand to chain the wolf Fenris. This rune is the symbol of self-sacrifice to do the right thing and to be just and good.
Uruz is the rune of progression. As the rune of the ox, it is a symbol of untamed strength and force, and it signals a time of growth. Its meaning lies in the idea of outgrowing current habits and starting a new path. Instead of continuing with the current life and patterns, it is an invitation to a new passage, towards growth. Uruz signifies self-control, growth, and ascension to new changes with determination and persistence. In the context of romance, it signifies passion, harmony, and raw energy.
Mannaz represents humanity and humankind, and the determination to reach a common goal together. But it can also be interpreted on an individual scale. For an individual, Mannaz represents family and friends, the circles and bonds that unite. It refers to the community around a person, and the communal perception of the individual in question. Mannaz is the ability to predict and analyze, to understand what the challenges are in a situation and to strive towards fixing these issues.
Ehwaz represents two horses. Horses play a pivotal role, both as a mode of transport and as a measure of social standing. Ehwaz represents movement and accepting the growth that comes to a person. It is a means of reflection and growth, accepting changes with grace and forging forward. It encompasses energy, force, and movement – and like horses, this must be tended to and managed for it to reach its full potential.
A symbol of extremes, Eiwaz is about dualities. The yew is a tree that dies and transforms itself, representing two extremes. Eiwaz is about forming new perspectives after upheavals and questioning, to see death as an ending and a new beginning. It brings about enlightenment and shows you a path towards knowledge and wisdom.
Connected to the daylight and inner self, Dagaz is about illumination and understanding, the sun breaking through barriers. It is night becoming day and symbolizes the end of trials and tribulations. Dagaz represents fulfillment at the end of a path and is the rune of an awakening. Its shape also depicts the balance between negative and positive energy and the balance between light and darkness.