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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, 04/01/2018 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 Temple Meeting (Viola x Sun Yi Huang)
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 Posted: Apr 17 2018, 08:34 PM
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It was late morning as crowed gathered at Edos' Northern Temple District to pray for the new year. Lots of people had come from office workers, to farmers, to students, to samurai alike. The area's monks seemed to usher people along to make sure no one lingered too long or anyone with a hang over caused an argument. After all even drunken people and those with diseases, as well as the homeless, had come to pray. It was the monk's jobs to make sure everyone got to give their wishes to the Gods.

Among the crowd was someone who caught the attention of quite a few people. A Chinese man dressed in fine robes had come to join in. He seemed familiar with the temple district and Edo and politely bowed to everyone. Anyone from Edo Bugei would quickly recognize him as the Head Teacher of the Chinese students that currently stayed on campus, Sun Yi Huang. The man had a very formal air about him. However, it was strange to see him by himself. It seemed since he had arrived in Edo it was Headmaster Hosokawa that had always been by his side. Though just like everyone else he had come in fine black and gold robes and nice glasses to pray for the new year, since he was too far away from his beloved homeland to pray at a Chinese temple.
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Viola approached the temple used for the new year celebrations with a sense of astonishment. In her province, it was a bit of a rarity to see a temple this size, especially one with this many people pouring in to pay respects and pray for whatever blessings they wanted for the following year. The crowd was, thankfully, maintained well by the monks who oversaw the temple and only a handful of overly indulged individuals had to be removed from the premises. As she entered the grounds, she politely bowed to the monks and toward the temple itself, hoping that Buddha would allow an outsider like herself entrance to pray. She decided to dress formally, wearing an ankle length dress skirt and a high top blouse, the dress being a sea blue color and blouse a radiant mixture of blue and purple designs, intended to be festive.

It wasn't normal for Viola to be visiting a temple for her prayers and not a chapel or church. She was a bit uncomfortable and felt a tad out of place, but was thankfully not unprepared. Her father, in his foresight, gave instructions on how to approach temple prayers should she find herself away from a place of prayer suited for their denomination so as to not offend anyone around her or potentially bring the ill tidings of God for not offering prayer to Him. She only had one request for this year; to bring happiness and blessings to those in her life. When it came to asking for anything personal from God, she simply didn't ask for it and was taught to go and achieve it herself. If she succeeded, she was being given permission to continue. If she failed, the door was being shut and she was being denied access for a time or permanently.

She continued in line, reviewing the prayer in her head hoping she didn't mess it up when she caught a magnificent gold color in front of her. Viola looked up as the build of the man's body looked familiar and was surprised to see that, in her concentration to not screw up her prayer, she had come to be in line behind the Head Teacher of the Chinese students. She felt an air of royalty descending from the instructor's person, giving an intimidating sense to Viola. She wanted to take a bit of time to meet with the visitors, but was struck to think her first encounter was someone so high up.

She calmed her nerves enough to begin speaking to the regal figure, hoping that the encounter would teach her about them and maybe leave a good impression for future talks.

"Excuse me, are you Mr. Huang?" Viola was still a bit nervous as she talked. Once she was given Sun's attention, she politely bowed and introduced herself. "My name is Viola Kunishi. I've been wanting to meet you and your students since you've arrived, but was unable to attend the meeting at your landing. I'm glad to finally have the opportunity to do so."

The line continued to move closer to the altar as Viola had began her introduction. Inside, she was shaking, worried that her approach may have interrupted him from his thoughts or his own preparations for his prayer. Outside, she gave a sense of confidence. She did want to meet them ever since she seen the red sails landing in the harbor when she arrived at the school. She wanted to know what it was like to live overseas in the other countries, but most importantly, she wanted to see what they intentions they had with the school. More students from overseas would be phenomenal, but with restrictions on immigrants to Japan, would that change just because outside students want to come here?

Viola dismissed the thoughts and focused on the man in front of her. She gave a warm smile as she waited for Sun's response to her, hopefully, worthy greeting.

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The man walked towards the temple with a regal air about him. As he moved towards the temple a young woman approached him. The air she had about her seemed formal as well. So he stopped as she approached.
"Excuse me, are you Mr. Huang?" Viola was still a bit nervous as she talked. Once she was given Sun's attention, she politely bowed and introduced herself. "My name is Viola Kunishi. I've been wanting to meet you and your students since you've arrived, but was unable to attend the meeting at your landing. I'm glad to finally have the opportunity to do so." Huang turned to directly face the young woman. It was clear right away that she was from the Bugei, and her words struck him as genuine. He recognized the clan name of Konishi. He couldn't point them out on a map, but he hadn't come to Japan completely ignorant.

In response to her introduction the teacher gave a polite bow to the girl. Raising his head he responded politely.
"It is a pleasure to meet you. I have heard of the Kunishi. They are one of Japan's daimyo clans correct?" he asked as he moved out of the way of a group of people rapidly approaching. Looking around he motioned to the girl a bit before weaving between a few more people approaching.
"Pardon me, but if we talk perhaps we can do it off to the side? The wave of people here is quite large." his Japanese was flawless as he spoke. His eyes also seemed sharp. It would be hard for Viola to notice but occasionally his eyes moved from one side to another, as though rapidly scanning the area around them as to never be caught off guard. He also never dropped his dignified stance or manor of speech, even when moving out of the way of oncoming human traffic.

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Viola stood nervously as the gentleman rose from his bow and was immediately impressed that she could completely understand every word he said. His words came fluently and without error, completing his pleasantries and asking about the Kunishi only momentarily before motioning her to the side so they may continue her conversation. She noticed the crowd flowing in from behind them and moved to the side sheepishly, feeling slightly embarrassed to have started a conversation in the middle of the line. Thankfully, the monks seemed to take no offense and nobody from the crowd complained as their focus remained on making their prayers and continuing on their way, be it for celebrations or going home for private festivities.

Viola turned her focus to Sun and, more calmly, answered his previous question.

"Yes sir, our clan leader has close ties to the current Shogunate due to our ancestor's aid during the Warring States era. We're incredibly grateful that we're in such high regard to them."

This conversation point came as another shock to Viola; He knows about our clan being closely tied to the Shogunate. She attributes this to being well informed and a few years older than her, but regardless, it still impresses her than an outside person would know their language so fluently and know of the clans. She calms down enough to let a smile emerge from her lips and begins to engage Sun in what she hoped would be acceptable conversation.

"So are you and your students enjoying Edo so far? If you're anything like me, it's been a lot of fun learning my way around this place." Viola continued to smile and gave a kind look to Sun, one that resembled the gaze she gave to Mika during their first encounter in her dorm only a few weeks ago. She had found her peace here and was establishing her home well at this point. She hoped that, though it was for a short time, Sun and his students did the same. Hopefully, Viola could help in that process and at least give them a peace of mind while they were away from home like others had helped her do.

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As the two walked to the side of the street Sun seemed to move as though he was use to drifting in and out of large crowds. Likely due to all the time he spent in Beijing. As the reached the side of the road he noticed the girl's eyes seeming to sparkle a bit with joy, likely over how easy it was to communicate with him.
"So are you and your students enjoying Edo so far? If you're anything like me, it's been a lot of fun learning my way around this place." at the question he gave a slight chuckle before smiling. Looking around at all the people his eyes seemed warm and his body relaxed.
"This many people is fairly common place on the streets of Beijing. So I am certainly use to the traffic flow. However, the landmarks are quite different from back home." his answer was just as dimplomatic as one would expect from someone of his status. Clearly showing that he didn't approve of the situation but not directly insulting the city he now slept in.

"My students, I would suggest asking each of them for a more accurate picture, but I think they are enjoying themselves. They are meeting many new people, and the natives of Edo Bugei are being quite nice to them." as he closed his eyes briefly he could see them all have fun and smiling over various things.
"As for myself, I am doing well. Headmaster Hosokawa and I have a very long history. Due to our individual jobs it is hard to see one another. However, he is letting me stay at his residence, and we are doing a lot of catching up." many of the activities going on at the residence weren't things he could easily share with someone as young as Viola. However, the two certainly did have a history, and as thanks for letting him stay at the mansion Sun had brought Headmaster Hosokawa extremely expensive Chinese wine. In spite of the volume of wine he had brought, the two had already managed to go through most of it in an evening's sitting.

"Was it hard for you to get use to this city? How long have you been in Edo if you don't mind my asking?" his questions seemed casual and he had no intention of forcing any of them. Though he was now curious about this girl. As he knew, the clan she hailed from was from very far away.

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Viola listened with intent as Sun explained his time so far in the city, with it being similar in population, but different when it came to landmarks. She nodded in agreement with his statement; She knew that the mainland was far different than the islands they were currently on. Everything he knew from there would have been difficult to implement here, if he could do so at all.

"I can understand your dilemma. The city so far has been far different than where I come from, so it's taken a while for me to adapt." She thought back to how the members of the Guard track and her fellow Track members had to guide her around the first month she was here to make sure she knew her way around, and again when it came to city etiquette to not get herself injured or killed just walking around. With the thought, she let out a small embarrassed laugh and listened as he continued about the other students with him and his own interaction with Headmaster Hosokawa.

The way it seemed to her, the people and students of Edo were being very polite to them, which came as a small surprise to Viola. Mind you, she didn't expect them to be treated rudely or with disdain, but was expecting some friction from the populous because of the restrictions on outsiders being in Japan. Some might see this as an offense or seclude themselves because of their status, but that didn't seem to be the case here. This made Viola feel a lot better about them. If they could be trusted by the people, why should she have doubts? She gave a smile and replied to Sun.

"I'm glad to hear that you and Headmaster Hosokawa have an opportunity to catch up. If I can spot any of your students, I'll have to ask them about their time here as well. I just have to catch them first." Viola let off a small laugh at her quip. She knew it was a matter of luck to be able to see one of them, but with the festival going on, that chance was far greater than any other time. Perhaps before it was all said and done, she could meet with a few more and show her hospitality to them as well.

He then asked about her trip here and how long she's been here. She took a moment to gauge approximately how long she had been at the school, then returned her look to Sun with a willing answer.

"I've been at Edo going on about a month and a half now. The school was gracious enough to give me a ride here by car, so the trip was fairly easy, although sitting in a vehicle that long was a bit painful." She thought back to the car ride and how each stretch was planned out ahead of time, stopping only to refuel occasionally. Her back and legs ached after the first few hours, but with those complaints, she counted her blessings as the trip could have taken a worse turn easily had a rival clan or even the Ikko decided to stop them. So her gripes were kept to herself, the only conversation being with the escorts about the school to gather information on what it was like and preparing for what was to come.

Viola returned her eyes to Sun as she was now curious about his trip here and their mode of transportation; those amazing looking boats with the red sails.

"I imagine your trip here was quite a long one, too, especially on those ships. Are you all accustomed to long trips on those ships? Or were there difficulties because it was sea travel?" Her gaze became locked onto Sun as she was morbidly curious about this. Her family has had only a couple trips out on a boat, but only far enough to do some fishing in the ocean, land still in plain sight. She only knew the seas around the coast, but nothing of the wide ocean that spanned the world; this might be her only chance to hear what it's like to travel the ocean. She gave her full attention as Sun formulated his response.

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The Head Teacher listened carefully as Viola explained her traveling to Edo.
"It truly sounds like a long journey. I am glad you arrived safely." of course given that his journey to Edo had been even longer, it was a bit ironic on the face of it. Even so if Viola had never arrived in Edo then Sun Yi would have never met her in the first place. It was all a happy turn of fate in it's own way.
"I imagine your trip here was quite a long one, too, especially on those ships. Are you all accustomed to long trips on those ships? Or were there difficulties because it was sea travel?" the question made him ponder a bit. After all the journey had been a long one indeed.

"The ship wasn't so bad. Though It is also because I am use to it. My students, however, weren't quite use to the journey. They got more sea sick then they would care for me to admit I'm sure." he said with a bit of a laugh. Just thinking about it made him remember how sick Jiao had gotten on the way to Edo and how much the others had ended up making fun of the usually strong and arrogant fighter. Of course the Head Teacher would never had said such a thing himself.
"Over all though, the grand Emperor of our country gave us a truely majestic ship to come here on, and I was honored to be greeted by all of the Edo Bugei students, as well as Headmaster Hosokawa." his answer was truely diplomatic as per. his status, which was to be expected. Though the more he looked around and saw the lovely city and people around him the more he truly was content being in the beautiful city.

"I think, though, we should stop standing to the side of the crowd and go to the temple proper. Would you not agree?" he said politely as he looked towards the temple. It was clear that the flow of people was moving straight towards the large temple, and the Head Teacher had no desire to go against the crowd.

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Viola listened with keen interest as Sun explained the trip to Edo to her, and joking about his students being unsettled with the trip. "I can't imagine I'd do any better on the ocean." She let out a small chuckle, imaging herself in the same scenario. Shaking ground for days on end doesn't sound like a great way to travel, but the view of the ocean on calm days would be well worth the sickness and ordeal of travel in her eyes.

"From what I seen, your reception did seem worthwhile. I'm happy to hear the reception was warm" Viola continued her smile as she heard his explanation of the reception at the port. With the trip they had, such a warm welcome must have affirmed that the travel was worth it. Edo was more of a gracious city than what Viola previously gave credit for, and she was thankful that peaceful outsiders were welcome.

Sun insisted that they continue to the temple proper, to which Viola shook her head in agreement and began to make a path before them. "Yeah, I'm ready to go. I'll make a path for us, so follow me." The crowd had grown slightly larger in size since earlier, but was still navigable as most were either waiting for other family members to finish temple rituals or talking themselves. Viola made sure to keep an eye on Sun as to not lose him or leave him behind; her small size allowed for her to weave with efficiency through the crowd, and didn't want to be rude by leaving Sun.

She saw several other temple patrons performing typical rituals before entering the main area; some were washing their faces and hands to purify themselves, others lighting incense and ringing the bells to ward off evil that may linger. Viola paused at an opening in the crowd and turned to Sun, who had stuck close through the crowd.

"Do you need to make any final preparations before we head in? I'm ready myself, but I don't want to be rude if you feel you're not ready." Viola had, by Christian faith, felt she was at least pure enough to enter the temple without repercussion through her daily prayers and abiding by what was considered the primary laws Jesus handed down to his apostles in the Bible. She was by no means perfect and didn't give off that air, but knew she was in proper graces with her Lord enough that a temple visit shouldn't come with the duties as if she didn't believe at all. She knew not everyone had that confident of faith, though, and needed the extra precautions before they felt they were prepared to face Buddha and offer prayers to him or, in Viola's case, her God. Her only concern, as it was earlier, was making sure that her prayers were up to par and that a monk or other people didn't think she was out of place.

She gave pause for a moment and, with that same cheerful smile, waited for Sun to respond with his decision.

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"Yeah, I'm ready to go. I'll make a path for us, so follow me." the man raised his eyebrow a little. He was intrigued that this girl was so willing to take the lead in their adventure, and at the same time couldn't help but be curious over what exactly she meant by creating a path. With style the girl seemed to drift in and out of the crowd as the teacher followed her. He didn't have the heart to tell her that the crowds in Beijing tended to be far larger than these, instead simply walking along and making sure she didn't lose track of him as they approached the temple.

"Do you need to make any final preparations before we head in? I'm ready myself, but I don't want to be rude if you feel you're not ready." she asked. Sun smiled more.
"You are a Christian. Yet you treat the temples of others with such respect. Are your parents aware that they have raised such a fine daughter?" he said the words carefully and slowly, making sure even his Japanese, with his Chinese accent, left no doubt on his words. He knew many from Western Japan happened to be Christian, and in most instances of different religions he found clashes, and disrespect. Yet, here with this girl with no qualms about exploring other religion's temples. It was truly quaint to him.
"Also, I am quite ready. I appreciate your concern." and with that gave her a deep, polite bow. So far this girl had left quite the impression upon the foreign teacher.

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Viola was taken back that Sun had just given her a compliment over her manners. She never really considered that her manners were anything to compliment, it just came natural to her. She normally would waive it off and make a simple reply to it, but being this was coming from, essentially, her sensei, she made a small respectful bow as he completed his thought, saying he was ready to go, and bashfully gave her thanks.

"Oh, why thank you, Sun-sensei. My parents did raise me to be respectful to everyone, even those who share different religions. It's my job as the next generation coming up to end hostilities and show those around me that not all Christians are judgemental." It seemed her father's hospitality was shining prominently through her. The fact that someone is a different religion is hardly a reason to feel threatened by them or want to harm them. It's a much better practice, rather, to learn about the religion and be respectful. He had made comments, too, that supposedly a religion was even made to reflect their god as some sort of spaghetti monster, but even with such ridiculous statements, be kind to them and allow them to practice their beliefs as they should.

She continued, "That's how I know so much about the ways of Buddha and this temple. He knew churches beyond our district were scattered, so he taught me everything there is to know about how most temples perform their rituals just for situations like this. Rather than having to travel to a church to make my prayers and miss the festival, I'm here offering prayers, only I'll pray silently to my God as you and others pray to Buddha." She gave off a bright smile, thinking the idea was a great learning experience as well. It gave her a chance to see the inside of a larger temple and see the different preparations believers use before they go before Buddha.

Viola glanced on toward the temple that was just before them, then back at Sun. She felt like her charging ahead earlier may have been a bit much, so rather than press forward this time, she allowed him to take the lead. She took her hand and scratched the back of her head with a now slightly mischievous grin and began to speak to him.

"I may have been a bit hasty earlier when I charged through the crowd, so rather than do that again, I'll let you take lead going into the temple."

She lowered her hand back to her side and prepared herself as they pressed forward into the temple. The crowd became more compact as they came near the entrance with monks delegating the crowd, allowing a few in at a time to make prayers. During the wait, she did have something to ask Sun. She spoke up so he could hear her.

"Do you have any family at home waiting on you? The mention of her family earlier brought up a bit of curiosity about his family, and how they handle him taking trips like this. The compliment to her family from earlier for her manners gave her a much higher view of him for his respect, making him appear more of a man now rather than something to be fearful of. She stuck close to him as they gathered at the entrance and she awaited his response.

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"Oh, why thank you, Sun-sensei. My parents did raise me to be respectful to everyone, even those who share different religions. It's my job as the next generation coming up to end hostilities and show those around me that not all Christians are judgemental." Sun smiled widely at the girl's words. He was sure that if Headmaster Hosokawa, his Edo Counterpart, had been around then surely he would smile as well. This was the type of student he thought the world needed more of. Someone both respectful to her elders, and open minded to others. No doubt when he returned to the Hosokawa mansion that evening he would need to tell the Headmaster all about this. Making a mental note he listened as Viola continued speaking. As she praised her family Sun smiled.
"I will pray for your parent's good fortune." he said kindly. He was a very spiritual person, far more so than Headmaster Hosokawa.

As it was suggested he lead the way to the temple Sun wondered just how well the girl could keep up. Without much of a word he started quickly drifting through the crowd like a phantom on ice. Even when their was only the smallest space he managed to glide through it. As he looked behind him he noticed Viola keeping pace with him and was quite pleased. When they finally got to the temple entrance he gave himself a chance to breath, and Viola a chance to completely catch up. Surprisingly the girl asked about his family and he laughed a bit.
"Yes, I have a wife, and children. However, I am away from home a lot, and my position keeps me very busy. Every day I thank the Gods for my wife and her infinite patience." he said as he looked at the temple and said a small prayer. It didn't matter which gods created his wife, but truly he seemed to be thankful for her. After all, his children seemed to be growing into fine teenagers, even though he himself hadn't been around for what felt like nearly any of it.
"If you would like, sometime I will show you pictures." he offered.

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Tagami Yumiko
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