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Agasha Mumoko

Agasha Mumoko

Agasha Mumoko was a shugenja Reibai of the Dragon Clan. [1]

Family Edit

Mumoko was born to a minor Vassal family of the Agasha. [2]

Badger Clan Edit

In 1117 the Badger Clan sought an alliance with the Dragon, with a marriage to seal the bargain. Agasha Tamori increased the status of Mumoko's father and in return he offered his daughter. Mumoko was trained in the Agasha Shugenja school as a part of the agreement. After two years she visited the Domogu province to meet her future husband, Ichiro Hideo. The Badger were resistant to the idea of a shugenja of his family, and Mumoko only met one Badger who felt fascination and love for the magic, Ichiro Koturi, Hideo's brother. [2]

Ichiro Koturi Edit

Mumoko tought Koturi about magic, and between them began more than a mutual love for the kami. She decided to leave until the wedding and returned to the Agasha provinces. Koturi followed her and Lord Tamori accepted him as a student in the Agasha Shugenja school. Mumoko requested to be sent on a mision to avoid temptation. [3]

Kaiu family Edit

Agasha Mumoko 2

Agasha Mumoko

Mumoko studied with the Kaiu family. [4] For several years she worked as a yoriki of Kaiu Osuki, learning to fight the Shadowlands creatures. When her master pplanned a visit Badger lands Mmumoko would had a chance to met Hideo without the presence of Koturi. [5]

Badger's Fate Edit

In 1126 it was Osuki who discovered the ravaging of the Badger Clan by a monster. [6] The magistrate found the Badger Clan Champion, Ichiro Chuga, nailed to a post, legs torn from his body. Hideo appeared jailed in the castle's dungeon with tainted eyes, revealing he had been infected, so Tsukai-sagasu were recalled to test the samurai. [7]

Oni Strikes Back Edit

Three months later Koturi arrived to his ruined home, and shortly after the demon which would be known as Hideo no Oni attacked again, killing many of the Crab guards, fusing the bodies to its corpse. Hideo escaped the battered prison and foolishly attacked the oni, which plucked the samurai from the ground. Koturi goaded Mumoko to use her magic against the demon, even if it meant his brother's dead, as he was already doomed. Mumoko relented, the oni spoke, and fled, leaving Hideo alive. [8]


No, not done yet.
-Hideo no Oni [9]


A terrible anger echoed in Hideo's tainted eyes, and a strange guilt shone in Koturi's. She knew that the oni spared the three of the for a reason, and she was the only one who could deal with the oni. [5]

Tracking the Oni Edit

Koturi was stricken with guilt and grief, and eventually joined forces with Hideo and Mumoko to hunt down the creature. [10] Hideo was linked to Hideo no Oni, so he could sense where the demon was. The trio began a chase of the oni who had doomed the Badger. [11]

Aftermath Edit

Her Lord Osuki was killed in final combat with Hideo no Oni in 1128. [12] The two brothers and their beloved Momuko stood against the demon. Koturi held the beast at bay long enough for Hideo to take his own life, banishing the creature. Koturi then followed suit to cleanse his honor. [13] The fate of Mumoko was unknown.

See also Edit

External Links Edit

References

  1. Magic of Rokugan, p. 14
  2. 2.0 2.1 Way of the Shadowlands, p. 80
  3. Way of the Shadowlands, pp. 80-81
  4. Agasha Mumoko (Scorpion Clan Coup, Scroll 3 flavor)
  5. 5.0 5.1 Way of the Shadowlands, p. 81
  6. Winter Court:Kyuden Asako, p. 45
  7. Way of the Shadowlands, pp. 6-7
  8. Way of the Shadowlands, pp. 6-9
  9. Way of the Shadowlands, p. 9
  10. Secrets of the Empire, p. 18
  11. Way of the Shadowlands, p. 115
  12. Secrets of the Crab, p. 71
  13. Creatures of Rokugan: Third Edition, p. 115


Sources Conflict
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Way of the Shadowlands pp. 80-81 incorrectly names her Agasha Momuko. History about Kaiu training, and picture compared to CCG Art match Agasha Mumoko. This is most likely a typo in the name.


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