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|Please note: This article is about the monk founder of the Hitsu-do. For other uses of the term, please see Hitsu (disambiguation).|
Matsu Okibi was an officer in the Fourth Lion Army, known for his bold, brash tactics. Eventually he was soundly defeated after an Ikoma subordinate failed to implement Okibi's orders correctly. To cover his shame, the Ikoma convinced the other officers serving Okibi to place the blame upon their general. 
Okibi retired and joined the Brotherhood of Shinsei as [[Hitsu (“flame-stealer”), honing his body into a flawless physical instrument for a later revenge. He became a master of jiujutsu and several of its sub-styles, all the while honing his own variant of unarmed combat – one driven by the burning hatred within him. Okibi eventually found his former subordinate and consumed him, only to realize that he had ignored his own failings, allowing a lie to grow in his soul. 
Hitsu-do Style Edit
Okibi returned to his monastery as a completely different person, to resume his work as sensei. The ability to reach his Fire chi became much simpler, and those students who held on to the same hatred and rage he once had embraced were not able to achieve the same feats he was. Hitsu was claimed to be the founder of the Hitsu-do martial art. 
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