I ve finished NieR Automata two days ago, and can’t get enough of it.
I am reading a lot about the YoRHa project, ect… But I can’t seems to find the meaning of the name itself.
It look like an acronym to me, but I have no clue of what it could be, or if it mean anything or if it is just a cool sounding name.
Why was the name YoRHa chosen, and if for a reason, what is it meaning?
What is “YoRHa”?
The storyline of “YoRHa” was the product of Yoko Taro. He collaborated with MONACA and DearStage among others to create a story that involves traditional Japanese idols who sing, dance, and later perform in the YoRHa stage play. This story later became the basis for the game NieR:Automata.
The YoRHa Stage Play is about the events that take place prior to NieR: Automata
Written by Yoko Taro, YoRHa is a stage play which tells of the events before NieR: Automata. Taking place in 11,941, it tells the story of the Pearl Harbor Descent Mission during the 14th Machine War
Yoko: For NieR, it was just a design choice regarding the logo. I thought it felt a little light, which is why we decided to capitalize it. As for the YoRHa logo… that’s secret.