Kyuden Toketsu

Kyuden Toketsu (CB21)

Kyuden Toketsu (CB21) was founded by Yasuki Toketsu an extremely wealthy Yasuki merchant who wanted to retire in comfort around the year 1050. It was not until 1060 that he discovered the nearby monastery where the monks remembered the sacrifice of Kuni Harike, who sacrificed his life to imprison the Kusatte Iru. The castle itself was located near the Plains of Foul Tears between the Spine of the World Mountains and the Twilight Mountains, [1] [2] in a place which would become part of the Toritaka province. [3]

The Haunting Edit

Unfortunately, Kuni Harike Temple became a haunt of a Bog Hag named Higashato. Higashato had found the body of Kuni Harike after his battle with the Kusatte Iru, and using her magic was able to inhabit the body. She used this body to appear to the monks of Harike's shrine and urge them to study the Shadowlands, carving idols of oni and reciting blasphemous texts. [4]

Toritaka Holding Edit

In the 12th century Kyuden Toketsu was granted to the Toritaka after they joined the Crab Clan, becoming part of the Toritaka province. [5]

External Links Edit

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  1. Legend of the Five Rings; Third Edition, p. 288
  2. The Lesser of Two Evils, p. 6
  3. Secrets of the Crab, p. 76
  4. The Lesser of Two Evils, p. 5
  5. The Atlas of Rokugan, pp. 28-29

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