Sengoku Horizon

Look towards the Horizon

The Warring States Period: Fierce warlords fought for control of Japan, and many would perish. When a warrior falls, where does the passion they once held go? Possibly into something dear such as a favorite weapon or heirloom. These heirlooms have been labeled as “relics”, and those that carry them are labeled as “Scions." Recently more and more of these special relics have been activating, signaling the start of a great change as ancient power meets the modern world!

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 Rank 5 Mission: Ikko-Revolt! Emergency Mission!
Nobuyumi
 Posted: Feb 25 2018, 12:25 AM
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A COLD MORNING IN SAGAMI

Sagami province. It was a neighbor of Musashi province, the home of the city of Edo and was suppose to be a well guarded province. Unfortunately in recent years many nasty rumors had sprung up regarding the powerlessness of the clan in charge of the area and now the unfortunate truth was impossible to avoid. The Okubo clan, a clan focused on defense and farming, had no true power. They had been powerless to stop the uprising of peasants and samurai into a large group of Ikko rebels now marching towards their own castle and had sent an emergency message to Edo Bugei.

Due to the emergency message three students would currently be traveling by train through Sagami province to a small town near the marching rebel army. The train would take less than an hour to travel to Sagami, but along the way they students had received text message regarding the situation and it looked grimm. The enemy force was large. Most of them seemed to not be very strong, mostly just people that had decided they no longer wished to be ruled by the Okubo clan. However, the group was quite large and obviously prepared to fight.

Due to the emergency nature of the mission the three students had been quickly deployed and now, on the fly, Kuki Jinn, Momochi Kitsu, and Makoto Shiyo would need to figure out some kind of plan. Would they try convincing the townspeople to calm down, or just slaughter a large group of so far innocent protesters?

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 Posted: Feb 27 2018, 04:50 PM
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Kuki Jinn ones of the deployed students was sitting in the train. He wasn't wearing the standard mission clothing provided by the school. Jinn was wearing a skim thights armer that was fully black with red accents. It looked like the armor was made in the depths of Hell itself.

It wasn't all he was wearing with him though since on his back was a wakizashi and a bow. The wakizashi being fully black with red accents on the hilt and tsubaki. The bow was looked like it was made out of cracked wood but still looked strong and powerful. It was like Jinn had made a deal with the devil himself to get some weapons and armor.

Jinn was sitting in the train and was staring outside with a lazy and tired look on his face. His head was resting in his hand while he let's out a huge yawn ones in a while. He has read the text on his phone but it looked like it didn't do him a single thing. Inside Jinn's head he was making small plans and stuff though although he had no idea what they could really expect there and how the territory looked so he couldn't make advanced plans yet.

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 Posted: Feb 28 2018, 02:58 AM
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Makoto Shiyo had signed up for this because she'd felt that she hadn't done enough when the Ikko Ikki attacked Edo. This was because she had had to force her way our of her room in a hospital just to help defend said hospital, because only a little red tape and physical therapy really kept her from battle. The reason that much had worked at all was because the guards were spread a little thin over the city, because her attacks were even stronger when she was injured, and because they'd be wasting their time if they tried to force her to go back to her room.

Even still, she'd felt that if she hadn't had the misfortune to have been injured at the time, she would've been able to take care of more, protect more people, etc. Bu had basically said she was being too hard on herself, and maybe that was true, but as Makoto herself had said...the point was that the option was never given to her in the first place. This mission...was her basically taking one of her options. She was choosing to deal with the rabble. Whatever method they chose out of this, she wanted to say that her part was a little more complete now.

There was just ONE little issue with this trip. Oh, it wasn't about the fact that they had some tall numbers on their hands, or that the Ikko monks were unpredictable. It wasn't even about the fact that, after Edo, the Ikkko should've been blatently routed and that this sort of thing cropping up again was like the worst insult to everything that'd happened IN Edo. No no... Her irritation stemmed from the fact that Kitsu was here, that jerk who came off as a full-blown criminal that was...pretty irresponsible in some ways. This was gonna get 'interesting', and...probably not in a good way.

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Kitsu was riding in the train with some blandly dressed people, and was talking to them in hushed tones and standing away from the other two students sent on this mission. They were scouts for his gang that he had summoned as soon as he received the order to go on this mission, and due to the reported number of possible targets, he thought it necessary to have extra eyes that blended into the civilian group. He dismissed them and they left to another train car as Kitsu moved over to the area where his allies were.

He dressed in his normal Kimono that he could be seen in on most days, and had his gunslinging hand lazily slung half hanging out. He saw a familiar face, though he couldn't put his finger on who it was, so as he introduced himself again in a gruff and authoritative manner as he was used to doing when meeting potential clients for his financial prospects. It was a habit now, even in normal social circles, perhaps solidifying rumors of his gang affiliations.

"I am Momochi, Kitsu of the Iga Revival. It is a pleasure to work with you two." He didn't have much else to say other than this, but would try to force himself to do so. "As of now, we have been told it is a peaceful gathering, so currently I believe that no intervention is necessary until there is violence." Kitsu may have killed several people in a cold manner, but the young gang leader had always intended to limit innocent civilian casualties.

Even in the short time since the Ikko attack, he had learned quite a bit about keeping a level head during his talks with rival gangs and even the Yakuza, trying to form alliances with the strong, and knocking out the weak. Though he had matured in terms of learning when and where to speak and act aggressively, he still had a hot temper and violent fighting style once the combat began.

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As the train arrived in the land of Sagami the students would receive photos on their phone. In the noon sun what looked like a large army marched forward. a large mob of peasants holding farming tools, torches, and some even holding katana in a clear violation of the swords and firearms act. Among the large group of citizens it was clear to see samurai in old armor scattered about them and even a few people in Buddhist robes. The large mob was heading directly for the capital of Sagami, Odaware. Yet none of them had any type of blood on them. Most of them looked like normal townspeople and farmers who had just grabbed whatever they could. Some of them even held signs demanding the fall of the Okubo clan in the area. Yet no signs said anything directly relating to the Tokugawa Shogunate.

The train arrived in Odawara to see a grand castle built by the Okubo. However, to anyone who knew about samurai history it was all based on designs made by the Hojo clan. The castle, the infrastructure around it, the set up of the area, was all based on left over manuals from the Honda, Tokugawa, and Hojo clans used by the Okubo. It was well known that the Okubo themselves had little to no power, but had a direct connection to the Tokugawa government. As the train stopped the students would be greeted by two samurai in green and white Odawara clan robes, spears on their backs. one of them was a rather rough looking man with red hair and a top knot. The other was a young man with short black hair, sharp eyes, and a face almost too lovely to be a samurai.

"Welcome to the land of Odawara. Sagami is about to be attacked by those repulsive peasants! We need the Bugei to eliminate them at once and make it clear that the Okubo clan is in control of this land!" the black haired man said clearly, with his hands balled into tight fists as the red haired man nodded.
"Obviously we have the Okubo clan's army on stand by as well. However, the Shogun has asked we wait to see if the Bugei could handle this first. Psh, like we need such a thing. They are just peasants. They would be nothing before our spears and guns." he said with absolute malice in his voice. It was clear both men came from long lines of Samurai loyal to the Okubo clan. Near them as a beautiful black car with the Okubo clan seal on the doors. The car was already on and waiting for the group.

"We have a car ready to take you all near the peasant army." the black haired man said with a bit of scorn in his voice. It was clear that both men where upset by the Shogun's demands that they wait to attack the large marching line.

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 Posted: Mar 6 2018, 03:43 PM
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Jinn didn't really pay attention towards what the guy was saying towards him. He heard his introduction though but Jinn already knew his name. He had seen him before a couple of times although the guy had changed a bit. Jinn just kept staring outside enjoying the nice view if Japan.

When his phone suddenly went off he reached towards his bag under the bench he was sitting on. He calmly unlocked it and looked towards the video. His calm yet tired look stayed on his face and was accompanied by a small sigh at the end of the video. "Well this is going to be a bloodbath." He said calmly before placing his phone back into his back.

The train arrived at the station and Jinn calmly took his bag from under the bench together with a quiver that was stacked up with 15 arrows. He placed the quiver diagonal on his back under his bow and wakizashi before walking out of the train station.

Another sigh left his mouth when he saw the two man standing waiting for them
"yep this is going to be fun" Jinn thought to himself in a sarcastic manner. Jinn rolled his eyes when the man said they will fall for their guns. Jinn would look the man straight into his eyes though before saying "If any one of your man while pull a gun I will kill then myself. You are not a samurai when you use firearms. Guns are for the weak that can't pull a simple bowstring." Jinn said in a irritated voice towards the man.

When they got offered a ride in the car Jinn would sake his head towards them "Just point me the way I will walk towards it. I have been sitting still for to long already in the train." Jinn said calmly wondering which way to go. He would walk towards the car though to place his bag in the trunk although he would take out a mask and a pair of black wraps out of his back before walking away from it.

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The information that they'd received... Little details about it definitely told Makoto that they were as serious as the last batch of Ikko Ikki. Katanas in full view? They weren't merely irritated people. There were a number of them who Would Not Go Back. Professional weapons meant professional resolve. The monks were a By Any Means Necessary type, meaning any means to fight was fair game, but outright having weapons they weren't allowed to have by law...

Actually, Makoto had always been a little confused about the ownership about swords in an age where Scions and guns were a thing. Mostly a status theme? Perhaps.

The issue here was not so much as whether they were really part of the Ikko Ikki, but whether they meant business, and what they would do to get results. And also...what they would do after that. In her mind, there was resolve in some of them, while a great many were followers who were pissed. The problem was that getting followers to stop following was a tricky subject. They were following because they believed in what they were fighting for, or at least they thought that was what they were being led to. Hating the government was not an uncommon thing. Everyone's got grumbles. It happens. If this mob was the sort that just needed a little push, pushing back was going to be harder. What do you say to people who are willing to kill for an ideal?

I mean, look at us. We're here, and we're probably going to be killing for an ideal, ourselves. Well, I will. I dunno about these two.

It's hard to imagine Kitsu and Jinn here as anything remotely close to dedicated. If Kitsu was dedicated to anything, it was the restoration of the Iga Clan. The state of thhe government - any aspect of it - was not necessarily important to that. And Jinn? Didn't know much about him. Usually laid-back. He could probably fight, but he was also probably only here because someone asked him to be. He'd do the job, and then he'd do the next thing somebody told him to do without batting an eyelash...once he got into motion, that is.

That wasn't important, though. It was kind of weird that Kitsu didn't recognize her, since they'd been in a fight, but that much didn't bother Makoto either. He'd either remember or he wouldn't, and then she'd probably hit him once, just for Bu. No no, what was important was that they were here, with two samurai standing in attention to greet them. Makoto nodded to them as she stepped off with the others. They were...not exactly pleased to see them. The word 'peasants', with much derision, figured prominently, and they didn't see a threat. Jinn made a threat about those guns, but Makoto tried a more informative approach.

"Remember now, the Ikko-Ikki uses explosives. And it isn't as though they'll be surprised to find out you have guns."

She let that hang with the unspoken understanding that 'Well, of course you have guns, so they'll have done something about that, probably, or they're willing to throw as many bodies at them that it takes to make the guns stop'. Didn't matter. She didn't need to explain. If the samurai understood combat well enough, they knew the unexpected could always happen. It was then that Jinn also refused the use of a car simply because he said he'd been sitting around too long. Had the rumors of his lethargic nature been untrue? This did not seem to be the actions of a guy who could look anything in the eye and 'Meh' at it with disinterest.

"Jinn, just take the car. I like a good run too, but our energy's for fighting, if it comes to that."

To be honest, Makoto was expecting a fight. Ever since she saw the swords out, she knew some of those people were going to fight. The question was...would it be some...or all?

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Kitsu was determined to try his best to avoid the spilling of what was currently innocent blood. There was a threat of army intervention, to which Kitsu simply sighed, and began to say something along the lines of how military action won't solve anything, but he was quickly interrupted by a comment about how guns were for the weak. His eyebrow twitched and an even more serious look appeared on his face as he addressed Jinn. "I'm going to assume you meant them, and not me. Mind you this gun can kill you faster than any bow." He rubbed the grip of his own pistol as he spoke, almost instinctively as if it was a worry stone to keep him calm.

He turned his attention to the two samurai. "My intent is to meet with a representative of this revolt if they can present one, to learn their demands. I wish to then meet with whomever is in charge of your clan," he spoke plainly yet with a tone that said he wasn't one to toy with. He may not be well known yet as a clan leader or a gang leader, but he was already fitting the role well. "Bloodshed is a last resort here, at least for me," he would turn to look at his allies for this mission as he said this, "There is no reason why this cannot be solved peacefully, one way or another."

In truth, if he managed to solve this in a non-violent manner, he may gain some valuable allies for his rising clan. Even making allies of the Ikko, though considered enemies due to the recent attack, would possibly prove useful at a later date. Enemies or not, civilians are civilians, not hardened soldiers that are prepared to die or skilled enough to hold their own. His phone made a deceptively cute 'Nyaaa~' noise, and he flipped it open to see a message sent by his scouts, explaining that they were moving into position. He sent a simple text back saying, 'Find who is in charge', and flipped his phone closed again, a plastic charm shaped like a fox clacking against the outside of the phone.

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As the group discusses how to solve the Ikko problem the two samurai of the domain looked strangely upset. At first they had already seemed bothered but when the Bugei students then managed not using guns, and having peaceful talks, both samurai looked decidedly disgruntled.
"What do you mean talking to them?" the one with the black hair asked, a bit upset.
"As far as our doman is concerned, everyone in that march are rebels. If they have swords and want to demand our lord step down then clearly they can leave. Either this domain or this world!" he said furiously as his partner chimed in.
"We only waited for you three because the Shogunate demanded we do so. We though three scions with powers devoted to devastating large groups would be coming. Our lord will be deeply troubled when he hears we have three people that don't even wish to resolve this issue quickly." as the samurai had tried to be more diplomatic about his words towards the students his partner with the black hair spoke upagain
"THIS IS WHY PEOPLE DON'T HAVE FAITH IN THE SHOGUNATE!"

Around this time Kitsu's phone would go off with information about the large group marching towards the city. Apparently, in spite of the large numbers, no one in the mob had actually committed any crimes yet except their raising of weaponry and refusal to return to work. The group was also a large group not formed by a single person but as an apparent syndrome of dislike towards the ruling clan. The clan in charge of the area had a fairly large reputation for heavy taxes and demands on the populus, which lead to a series of revolts, which caused even stricter actions, which created the current situation. It was clearly a long, vicious cycle with the leader of the province and it's core and his relationship with the people of his domain.

"As for guns, and peaceful talk, this isn't the domain of any of you. You are here on request by the Shogunate, not us, to help US in this situation." the red haired man decreed with a rather angry look in his eyes. It was clear that none of the group really fit what the domain's standards happened to be. This would strike the Bugei group as strange since most provinces didn't have this strict of a retaliation, usually, with uprisings like this. The samurai from the domain seemed to have completely discarded the idea of trying to calm the protestors down.

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 Posted: Mar 13 2018, 04:09 PM
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Jinn would nod towards kitsu when he made the remark back. Jinn's eyes kept calm though. "Like I said. I don't see you as a samurai when you pull out a gun. Everyone can kill with a gun without much trouble." Jinn said while he walked towards the care the grab the things he needed and placing his backpack in the trunk of the car. He would just stand there now with a red mask, black bandages, a quiver filled with arrows, a recurve bow and a wakizashi strapped on his back.

Jinn looked towards Makoto and shook his head a bit. "Trust me. It is better when I am not there at the beginning. I will be there the moment you all need me." He said calmly yet a bit more friendly then he was before. He looked quickly towards the two samurai. "They send us because you all can't handle what is going to happen. They send out to save your sorry asses not too kicked too hard by a bunch of farmers." He said towards them before he started to walk away from into the direction of the rebels.

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For her part, Makoto was starting to wonder if the local lord was about as rigid and obstinate these two were. They were just gung-ho for gunning the peasants down, peasants who were going about this in a less-than-subtle fashion. Let's be frank here. The Ikko that attacked Edo had a plan. Their plan was 'Burn Edo to the ground', but there was coordination to it. Even taking away the artillery fire and the generals, the fact that they had snuck in or convinced traitors to effectively double their hold on the city was a genuine use of tactics.

In comparison, this was a rabble.

This army was just a mob, and if the Ikko Ikki among them - if there ARE any among them - had any plan at all, it was 'Dupe the peasants to throw their bodies at the guards while we hang back and not die'. That was pretty low cunning, but that's where Makoto's mind was going for this. The problem was that there were much more clever ways to do this, given that the Ikko were 'by any means necessary' people. They could've picked people off for a month with a bit of cunning and gotten guns.

Maybe they did.

Devil's Advocating aside, the problem right now were these two guards. They were behaving poorly, arguing with them about how they should proceed. It didn't help that Jinn still refused to get in the car. That was about as much as Makoto was going to take on the matter. She was being left alone with two idiots and Kitsu. And even if Kitsu was behaving himself, he was still...himself. He could end up saying something that could be taken the wrong way. That said, he was actually on her side for this. So, she now gave the two samurai a hard stare.

"You two are escorts only. You are here to take us to the situation to be resolved as we see fit. If we want to try it without bloodshed first, that's our business. But if you're saying you don't need us, when you're clearly out-matched, then you can take us to your lord and explain it to him after we report your conduct."

Then, she smirked as she looked at the loud-mouth with the black hair.

"And you, watch your mouth. There were alot of traitors in Edo. I'd hate to find out you were a Country Samurai."

That? That was an insult, one of the worst you could probably give to a samurai. It basically called 'im an unsophisticated bumpkin pretending to be a samurai instead of a real one. That said, Makoto had added a layer to it by implying that he was sounding like some kind of Ikko sympathizer, and that such thoughts could lead to harsh suspicion of his character. She didn't really think that he was a traitor, but it would do if it would shut him up. He wasn't helping. And if he decided to act up, they were ready for him.

"Now, take us there. If it comes to battle, then you act, but you don't decide."

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Kitsu remained silent during everyone else's conversation. A storm was brewing in him, angered at the hypocrisy that the two escort 'samurai' were showing. "So lemme get this straight. You want us to execute a few hundred civilians because they don't respect you as a group..." His gun hand was itching at this point, the muscle memory dying to kick in and draw on these two peons, "But you turn around, and disrespect the Shogunate." His anger was growing and it was almost dripping off of the words he spoke.

"Give me ONE reason not to execute the two of you for your crimes!" He drew and pointed his gun directly at the face of one of the escort samurai. "Should I kill you or talk to your superior?" He smiled almost creepily. "You two are NO better than the civilians you want us to kill, HOW DARE YOU!" His desire to pull the trigger was almost visible to those around him. It seemed that killing civilians was a definite hot button issue for him.

His phone went off, and he would pull his gun away from the person's face. "Let us do our jobs, and shut the f**k up, I've killed more experienced and worthy opponents than you." He held his pistol pointed up in the air and uncocked the hammer carefully before holstering it and pulling out his phone, though he kept one eye on both of the guards. He read it and flipped it closed. "Drive us there so we can solve your problem for you. And get your boss ready to talk." The anger previously displayed with such fervor had suddenly disappeared as quickly as it came, though there was still an underlying flow of irritation obviously present in his tone. He would go to sit in the vehicle that was to take us there, a hand still on his pistol, just in case.

He had a thought just as he sat down and pulled his phone out once more. He texted to his people "Collect swords from non-samurai and give them a promise that they will be returned in secret after this is over." He flipped his phone closed again after sending it. He wasn't sure if his people could do this, but it was worth a shot as a bargaining chip. If they didn't have illegal weapons, it looked a lot better.

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The two samurai glared and started moving towards the car as Kitsu and Makoto got in the vehicle. It appeared both samurai where ready to try and cut the students down at the drop of a hat. However, both samurai knew the students would likely be scions and weren't suicidal. Instead they had a simple goal, they would gladly take these students to the peasants and let the students get killed by a mob!
"Fine, we will take you to that damn mob. You can get ripped apart by the assholes you want to see so much!" the pretty samurai sneered as the car started and took off, leaving Jinn behind.

As the car started moving down the street Kitsu would get a message from one of his men.
"Ummmm, we really can't do that. Unfortunately the mob is pretty riled up and asking for things like that would get us killed boss." the text said in a fairly confused typed voice. He had a few people with internet skills that could look up criminal records and quickly check news reports on the mobs, but not suddenly create action on the ground. Not with how upset the crowd was. Though it had certainly given the students a lot to think about in regards to the mobs actions. Meanwhile as Jinn got ready to do his own thing a man approached him. He was a young man, around age 30 with dark hair and concerned eyes. His green robes had gold hems as he gazed at Jinn, seeming to double check that the two samurai from earlier had left.
"Pardon me, Are you going to go kill the peasants?" he asked politely, all be it bluntly. Something about the man instantly felt off. Not in a scary way but as though he was out of place. The aura he gave off was something more akin to that of one of the nobles Jinn would have met at school, or even the same aura the Headmaster or Shogun gave off. It was an aura of true concern for the peasants he had mentioned when he spoke.

The car ride itself would take roughly 20 minutes for them to reach a safe place that the mob would soon be passing through. The samurai had driven at almost breakneck speed with the car ignoring most traffic. In truth the ride should have taken twice that time but the two wanted the students out of the car and dead as quickly as humanly possible. It was a quiet hill and in the distance the two could see a massive wave of people gradually approaching their location on foot. It was a solid ambush point, or waiting spot depending on what they decided to do.

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While the car drove away way to fast for its own good Jinn shook his head a bit. Jinn was happy he didn't step into the car now. He wanted to know for sure he came there safe and all. Jinn started looking for his own transportation. He was looking for a dirt bike or something off road. He looked around the train station a bit until he saw one.

Jinn was walking towards the dirt bike until a man suddenly spoke to him. Jinn turned around to face the man and took a good look at him. His green clothes with golden lining already felt off to him since gold stood for wealth and prestige. The green color for youth, eternity and energy. Jinn would think just based on his clothes the man would be in hot springs allot. By hearing his voice though and the aura coming off him Jinn was more thinking he would own one then be in one.

Jinn would look the man straight into his eyes. Jinn kept his lazy yet calm look into his eyes while saying "It all depends on my friends. I am just here to make sure they come home safe." Jinn's voice was calm yet friendly towards the man. "If I kill them or not all depends on the people themselves." Jinn said with a small nod towards the man before making his way towards the bike again.

Jinn started go hot wire the dirt bike before he swings his leg over the bike. He wasn't wearing a helmet or anything. Jinn kick Started the bike before he looked towards the man again "Just do me one favor. Never call them peasants. They are people like you and me. When you call someone a peasant it means you are Above them. No one is above anyone." Jinn did believe in equality in everything and everyone. No matter if they were enemies or not. It was a matter of respect from his side note matter if it got returned or not.

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Man, it was weird seeing both her and Kitsu on the same wavelength. Granted, he was being alot more riled and violent about it - which was a bit more expected, but it was still kind of surprising. Makoto wondered if this way of acting was a new method for his revivial of the Iga Clan. Well, for whatever reason, he was largely in the right. These two samurai did not have any business telling them how to deal with matters. They were being presumptuous and rude, and the loud one was an idiot.

So, outbursts complete on all sides, they were in the car and heading for the place in which the mission would actually begin. If push came to shove, they would have to do exactly what the two men said they sshould do. However, given what Makoto was thinking before about how this matter might've gotten started, she wanted to go and tackle this in another way. This may end up stepping on some toes, but she had the feeling that perhaps the grievances of the mob - however mishandled - may be legitimate. The Shogunate would not want problematic people in charge of a place, people who cause these problems and not those they lord over.

Now, they soon arrived at a decent vantage point to see the people incoming. Yes...there was quite alot of them out there. Once they were out, Makoto made certain that either she and Kitsu were far away enough from the two green samurai, or that she was speaking low enough for them not to hear.

"We can't trust them to do anything for us if it doesn't involve shooting people. The loud one may even try to stir things up. I think the mob is being aggravated because of people like this, and that the only real enemy are the few that are keeping them angry in the crowd. The only question is...how do we get them to stop long enough to get some dialogue going instead of 'die alot'?"

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