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Phrase I am translating

Greetings,

So this is what I am trying to translate. The problem is that the last character doesn't want to show up in any Kanji recognition, so I have two questions:

  1. Does the last Kanji character from the image exists?
  2. What is the translation of this phrase?

Thanks in advance.

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I am not 100% sure but it seems that they just confused vertical and horizontal lines and the correct kanji would be 傷 (wound, hurt, injury). In this case the translation would be something like "storm wound" \ "storm damage". Does it make sense to you?

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  • Yes, that does make sense. It's understandable in a way, as a learner of Chinese, I'd say, characters with lots of strokes aren't easy to write without mistakes. Let's see if others have more opinions on the matter.
    – Rusurano
    Jul 28 at 16:16

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