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Early Years Edit
Nazo Bubun no Agasha Edit
Daijoku was a young shugenja who discovered a lost scroll in 839 once written by Agasha herself. Spending a week with little sleep deciphering it he discovered that mysterious symbols in Agasha's more famous texts were in fact symbols for certain components contained within all plants and animals. These components all combined in various different ways to result in rocks, plants and creatures. 
Expanded Fame Edit
At first his discoveries received little attention, but that changed during a Yobanjin raid into Dragon territory. Daikoju called down the fire kami on his foes and then hurled an alchemical vial into the flames, creating a fearsome maelstrom which defeated the Yobanjin. Daijoku was hailed a hero and a genius. 
The Agasha Daimyo was deeply impressed and made Daijoku one of his personal advisors. When the daimyo died several years later, Daijoku succeeded him.  He gathered together a small school of students who devoted themselves to further studying Agasha's ideas, and the original set of symbols known as Nazo Bubun no Agasha became an ever-expanding lexicon of chemical formulae. Amongst the students the components became simply known as bubun, and the collection of these became a carefully guarded secret amongst the students. 
See also Edit
The sources relating to this article are in conflict with each other.
|Great Clans page 84 missnamed him as Daikoju. Oni no Pikachu 20:22, April 23, 2014 (UTC) Great Clans page 88 claims Daikoju was from 5th century, but Way of the Dragon states that Agasha's scroll remained hidden for nearly eight centuries. Oni no Pikachu (talk) 19:49, April 26, 2014 (UTC)|
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