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Please note: This article is about the Oracle of Air. For other uses of the term, please see Hanae (disambiguation).
Doji Hanae 
Doji Hanae 
Born: Unknown 
Died: Unknown 
Titles: Oracle of Air
People

Doji Hanae was a Crane courtier [1] who became the Oracle of Air during the beginning of the 12th century. [2]

Asahina Aoshi Edit

Exactly how the change of Oracle came about was unknown, but the Oracle of Air after Hanae was Asahina Aoshi. [3]

Flight of the Dragons Edit

In 1127 during the Clan War, several Black Scrolls were opened, disturbing the Celestial Order. The Elemental Dragons withdrew from Rokugan and their Oracles went into hiding. The Oracles of Darkness twisted the power of a different element releasing the Elemental Terrors, whose spawn appeared elsewhere. Decided to counteract their corrupted counterparts, Asako Shingon and Iuchi Yogosha were brought to create a set of Elemental Nemuranai. The Oracles rested knowing the balance had been achieved. [4]

Sunset Tower Edit

The Oracle of Air took residence in the destroyed Sunset Tower, where she was visited in 1158 by Toturi Sezaru, the Wolf. Toturi's son had set a quest to find his father's murderer. Sezaru found out that his father's killer was Fushin. He also learned that Daigotsu summoned the Onisu. Upon learning where to find the Oracle of Earth Sezaru left. [5]

New Oracle Edit

It was not known when Hanae stepped down, but she still was an Oracle in 1158. [6]

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Preceded by:
Unknown
Oracle of Air
Early 12th century - ?
Succeeded by:
Asahina Aoshi


References

  1. Creatures of Rokugan, p. 89
  2. The Path of One, by Rich Wulf
  3. Asahina Aoshi (Rise of the Shogun Boxtext)
  4. Time of the Void, pp. 33-34
  5. Four Winds, p. 31
  6. Rokugan, p. 86



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