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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!

Now For The Local News, 02/17/2018 The Chinese delegation have now arrived at the city of Edo. They have come to learn more about the state of Japan, the Shogunate, and it's Scions. We will be having a Lunar New Year's celebration, a school dance, and a combat tournament with them!

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 A War Memorial (Mikazuki, Soujuro, and Yiting)
 Posted: Mar 5 2018, 10:09 PM


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A war memorial stood in Edo. It was a memorial for all those that had died while fighting against the Ikko Ikki last year. One memorial had been made in every part of Edo and this memorial currently sat in the Central Edo park around the Shogun's castle. It was a beautiful amber stone equal in size to about seven men in the shape of a beautiful bird coming out of an egg. It was meant to symbolize Edo rising back up. Around the base of the egg, carved into beautiful white marble one could read the names of various townspeople, officials, and students that had lost their lives fighting the Ikko.

Two very unlikely people stood near one another looking at this memorial. One of them was Soujuro. A metsuke who worked in Western Edo. He had a young daughter he worked hard to put through school, and was often seen in dirt robes due to giving all of his money to her education. Due to most of this comrades parishing in the Earthquake and Ikko attacks the past two years had seen a rapid number of advancements up the Metsuke ranks for the still dirty looking samurai. Placing flowers in front of the memorial he said a prayer to Buddha and gave a deep bow to the names of his fallen comrades. The same ones that had always mocked him now felt missed, since he knew he would never see them again.

Behind him was one of the Chinese students and the inheritor of Xiahou Dun, Yiting. It was rare to see her away from her lord Zihao, but today the strong looking woman had come to see the famous memorial to the fallen and read their names. Back in China she was considered an upper class warrior and deep in her heart she respect others who gave their lives for their lords and their country. She thought while visiting Edo, the least she could do was visit various memorials. After all, word of the Edo Battle had quickly reached China's nobility and warriors alike. Some of them even jealous they could not fight off the Ikko terrorists themselves.


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The adorable poet girl who hates war.

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 Posted: Mar 6 2018, 02:27 AM

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Walking up to the site in a simple styled pink blouse and long skirt with a long strapped red purse crossing over her, the coloring more soft than loud and vibrant and the festival would like. Mika didn't say much but watched the people who came before her and slowed her steps. She saw the memorial for the earthquake before but this would be the first time she stood before the one for the Ikko rebellion. Her face looked placid while maintaining composure for this visit. The girl wanted to read the names marked on it. Not so much if she knew any of the people save for a friend or two that are no longer her friends but to see who was put there. Every one or those who remained loyal to the Shogun's rule.

What struck her a bit odd was the strange number of visitors. The memorial was made some months ago and still people came to look upon it. A man in tattered clothes left flowers at the site among the collective of stray bundles to make the beginnings of a nest for this egg. Another was that girl she saw during breakfast. Mika wasn't certain speaking to them at this moment would be out of place so she went to the egg and carefully paced while reading. When someone got in front of her, she stopped and let them do their prayers before continuing. If she was holding up another mourner from praying, Mika stepped over and started reading from a different point. Not once has she actually performed a bow of deep respect nor whispered prayers into the wind. Not while searching for names that shouldn't belong on this stone.


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