Fuan-ti's Tower, perhaps the Second City's most notable landmark, [1] was the highest tower known by Rokugani. It was built by Miya Hokatsu in the Imperial District, [2] named after his grandfather Iuchi Fuan-ti. [3] The tower served as home to the Head of the Imperial Explorers. [4]

Appearance Edit

This building over ten stories provided estates for dozens of samurai at a time, reserving the uppermost floors for the private use of Imperial family members. [5]

Desturction Edit

In 1199 the Imperial Heir Iweko Seiken seized control of the Second City. He requested the crab to restore the city to a status worthy of a Rokugani city. Kaiu Engineers directed works to tear down every single trace of gaijin influence in the city, such as the Fuan-Ti's Tower. [6]


  1. Whispered Secrets, p. 4
  2. Second City - The City, p. 12
  3. Second City - The City, p. 14
  4. Torn Asunder, Part 3, by Seth Mason
  5. Second City - The City, p. 17
  6. Letters to the Clans – November 2014

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