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  • Angoi Sawai

    Saiwai's father, Angoi Suwari, was a samurai administrator wrongfully accused of aiding a ronin plot in Iiso to assassinate the shogun. Following Suwari's execution, his name was cleared. Still, rumors of wrongdoing continued, making life miserable …

  • Ionoi

    Ionoi is a 1-inch-tall refugee from the Isle of the Long Legged and Long Armed. Twenty years ago,Ionoi was banished from the island for having legs that were too short (the legs of this race normally are twice the length of their bodies). He was …

  • Matasuuri Ieysuna

    Matasuuri Ieysuna is the eldest son of the shogun. Tall, handsome, and dignified, he rules his province with a firm hand, insisting on formality at all times. In his administration, rudeness and poor hygiene are grounds for imprisonment. Sensitive and …

  • Matasuuri Kimmu

    The second son of the shogun and brother of Ieysuna, Matasuuri Kimmu rules only because his heritage obligates him to. Personable but indecisive, he is adored by the people of Rukimbaru, but is considered a buffoon by his subordinates. Kimmu knows …

  • Matasuuri Nagahide

    Presiding over an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity, Matasuuri Nagahide is arguably the most successful shogun in the history of Wa. The nation'sstability is due to Nagahide's philosophy of government; he values control over conquest and …

  • Matasuuri Unteki

    Matasuuri Unteki is the younger brother of the shogun and, as one of the Three House daimyos, he is one of the most powerful men in Wa. He is also one of the most despised. He is shaggy-haired, pencil-thin, neurotic, pompous, greedy, and ruthless. …

  • Nobu Subari

    Nobu Subari is the square-faced, hulking daimyo of Jasuga, probably the poorest province of Wa. Though honest and hardworking, Subari is slow-witted and unimaginative, hardly suited for the demands of governing. But for a twist of fate, Subari would …

  • Muki Nobi

    Muki Nobi's father, Toyo Nobi, was a key military advisor and the closest personal friend of shogun Matasuuri Nagahide's father. When Muki was 11, his father took the family on an outing near Mount Matazan. They were attacked by bandits, and except …

  • Osari Daizan

    Osari Daizan presides over what must surely be the happiest province in Wa. A small man with a round white face and a permanent grin, Daizan thoroughly enjoys his job; like his subjects, he is cheerful, goodnatured, and quite prosperous. Osari is a …

  • Rumuki Gohei and Rumuki Yoshitada

    The Rumuki twins are the daimyos of the two provinces of Shidekima; Gohei is the daimyo of Shuni, Yoshitada the daimyo of Jotai. Nearly 7 feet tall, fullbellied, bald, and always clad in red, the brothers are virtually identical, except for the star- …

  • Tekinjo Gasahan

    Teninjo Gasahan is the brother-in-law of the shogun and daimyo of the coastal province of Kurahito. A thin, pale loner, he is a thoughtful but aloof administrator; he keeps his advisors at arm's length and, except for the tiny Ionoi, has no friends. …

  • Tekinjo Yojairo

    The eldest son of Tekinjo Gasahan, Yojairo is a handsome, virtuous man of 35 years. Although his heritage assured him of a prominent government position, his loyalty and keen managerial skills would have made him a welcome addition to any …

  • Yuminoi Bowida

    Yuminoi Bowida is a cruel brute assigned by the roju in Uwaji to monitor Chantea activity in Fochu. Since daimyo Bokika Hokio has a history of sympathy for the Chantea cultists, the shogunate no longer trusts him to adequately regulate religion in his …