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|Please note: This article is about the Sodan Senzo. For other uses of the term, please see Miro (disambiguation).|
Miro was sent to the Colonies, and she used to tend a shrine in the Temple District of the Second City. In 1198 Miro as Lion representative attended the court of the Imperial Governor of the Colonies Otomo Suikihime. Asako Kaitoko, representative of the Council of Five, pondered the dangers of exploration for the city. Permission was granted for the construction of a new temple for the Asako Inquisitors within the Temple District. This was seen by the Lion as an affront to the honor of their Clan, as Lion samurai had been the defenders of the city over the course of more than two decades.  When she later met with the Agasha Daimyo Agasha Kurou, she explained her bitterness. Suikihime had shown that the Lion could not be trusted to defend the Second City, and so the Phoenix Clan had chosen to intervene. 
Boyoh Tower Edit
Miro was the advisor of a shireikan, and in the absence of her lord she took command of a guard station in the border of the eastern jungle. An oni from the Shadowlands had burrowed beneath the jungles and broken into the Colonies on one occasion. The fortress was built over pre-existing structures, a tower of unknown origin, building the new fortification around it because the Lion were unable to destroy the tower. 
Siege of the Second City Edit
Miro pondered with Matsu Arata about the outcome of the Siege of the Second City. The Ninth Imperial Legion outside the city had many of their Clansmen within, and bloodshed on either side would fall on Lion.  The city eventually surrendered.
1199 - Present
External Links Edit
- Kitsu Miro (Embers of War)
- ↑ Kitsu Miro (Embers of War flavor)
- ↑ Embers of War, Part 2: The Lion, by Shawn Carman
- ↑ The Shadow’s Embrace, Part 3: The Phoenix, by Nancy Sauer
- ↑ The Age of Exploration, Part 4, by Shawn Carman
- ↑ Gempukku Starter Fictions
- ↑ Coils of Madness, by Robert Denton, Yoon Ha Lee, Seth Mason, & Brian Yoon
- ↑ The Daimyo Project, by C. Thomas Hand, Mari Murdock, and Maxime Lemaire
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