Samurai's Way

During the Clan War’s this village did a great deal of trading food stuffs for protection. The village’s name change, which was originally Distant Farms, has been a bit alarming to the Dragon.

This collection of farms produced the food stuffs more common to the Dragon lands, for the Togashi and Hoshi families. A number of the shrines in this place survived the Clan Wars, due to the intervention of the Ronin. These shrines are dedicated to Honest Work and Rice.

The samurai lords of this region have all been replaced, for their tardiness by Governor Hoshi Ryojiro. Either the son’s of, or the spouses of these fallen lords have taken over. Of the original lords, one committed seppuku, another climbed the mountain and another retired to the brotherhood.

The fort built by Agasha Nyokazu around the village is now known as The Fort of the Dragon and the Wolf. It is well built, study and has a very well built wooden set of towers and ramps built into it’s side, making the fort highly defensible.

  • Yoku’s men confronted the ronin within the village, but the ronin would not depart. Apparently there may have been a confrontation or two, but the ronin again would not depart, and no reasoning was discovered as to why.
  • The village is saved by the united force of the Legion of the Wolf and the Governor of Sinjutsu province‘s forces, and the cast down the the Thunder of the Mountain in the Battle of the Thundering Mountain. After the battle, the Governor renames the city, and brings it fully back into the Dragon’s fold as Samurai’s Way.


  • Lady Kitsuki Metsuku, rules from the modest Estate of Contemplation.
  • Lord Kistuki Kan, rules from the minute holding, the Tower of Grass and Wheat.
  • Regent Lady Murimoto Kutu, rules from the minor Distant Edge Castle.

Samurai's Way

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