Yes, Amaya's style has mutated once again. Here she is in her 'battle outfit'. The symbol on her chest means 'death' in Kanji, left belt string is 'revenge', right belt string 'protection', and the symbol on her back means 'promise'. Explaination? She promises death to her enemies, revenge to her family, and protection to all innocents/slaves/bystanders etc. She fights with two swords (katanas), and ties her kimono left over right, symbolizing a dead body (not her), a death of a family member or friend, or a death in the dojo (school).