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Matoko was a landed noble with the Ear of the Emperor Hantei XXXVIII himself. She married to the Crane general Daidoji Uragirin, who merged his land at the edge of the Plain of Fast Troubles with her own, a pivotal territory for keeping peace between the clans. For nearly twenty years they lived in harmony, regardless of the derision they received from their clans. 
War Between Clans Edit
They had a daughter who passed her gempukku in 1122, at about the same time the Lion-Crane War erupted. The Imperial House allowed her to choose school, save the Akodo and Daidoji, to avoid further friction between the clans. She chose the Matsu, becoming Matsu Mikiu. 
Return to the Battlefield Edit
Matoko requested to allow her to stand down during the war, so she had not to fight her husband's clan. Uragirin was not as well stablished in the ranks of the Crane, vanishing into the north to join the Crane armies. Matoko immediately withdrew her petition and join his Clan army as well. 
Matoko was so eager to follow her own agenda of revenge against the Crane that she sent an entire daibutai in a suicidal mission. She was retired from command at battlefield to be appointed as sensei and Lion Army Rikugunshokan at Otosan Uchi, taking residence in the Western Lion Embassy, under the direct orders of the Lion Clan Champion Akodo Toturi. An exile intended to protect the rest of the Lion from her. 
Her daughter Mikiu took over the family duties at their former home, but spent much time with her mother. Matoko knew she was having a romance with the impetuous Moto Ujiaki, stationed at the Unicorn embassy. 
Joining the Ikoma Edit
Storm over Matsu Palace Edit
See also Edit
External Links Edit
- Akodo Matoko (Scorpion Clan Coup, Scroll 3)
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