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|Died:||Second half of the 12th century|
|Siblings:||Heichi Eriko, |
several unknown brothers
The Lair Edit
The Lair had been cut off from the Emerald Empire since the original Heichi Jomei knew of the destruction of the Boar Clan at the hands of the Bloodspeaker Agasha Ryuden. Since that day all the rulers of the valley were called Jomei.  Utsuru was the impetuous son of the Jomei who was in charge during the second half of the 12th century.  His sister was Heichi Eriko  and had several younger brothers. 
Bandit Assault Edit
In the fifteenth day of the Month of the Monkey the valley was assaulted by a bandit army, seeking the riches within the Vault. The underground storeroom contained all the Imperial taxes the Boar had gathered since their isolation, and which they would pay to the Emperor once the Boar considered it was safe to join Rokugan again. The palisade of Boar's Flanks contained the first attempts of the bandits, and while his father suggested to maintain a defensive position, the more aggressive Boar, led by Utsuru, advocated counterattacking. Eventually Utsuru died in one of the skirmishes. 
In the dawn of the eighteenth day of the Monkey, the Boar made their last stand, arming their peasants to increase their numbers, weakened after several days of combat. Both sides were surprised when the dead began to stir during a torrential storm, and the Boar retreated into the keep Heichi sano Negura, from where they able to drive back bandits and zombies alike. On the nineteenth day of the Monkey, the forces of the Maho-tsukai Kitsu Yosaku assaulted the castle, being Utsuru among the reanimated dead. Eventually a group of samurai located and killed Yosaku, thus his undead forces collapsed to the ground. This marked the end of the Nine Days of Blood. 
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