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Miya Kuboti 
Born: Unknown 
Died: Unknown 
Parents: Miya Kishin 
Siblings: Miya Takura
People

Miya Kuboti was a samurai of the Imperial Families and a Bloodspeaker.

Family Edit

Kubti was the youngest son of the resident samurai of Koujou village, Miya Kishin. He and his brother Miya Takura helped the aging, semi-retired, and widowed samurai on his duties. Takura, the eldest, was usually away paying court in Toshi no Naishou, so local authority mostly fell on Kuboti. He was bitter toward his distant father and jealous of his older brother. [1]

Bloodspeaker Cell Edit

Kuboti began a secret romance with a local peasant girl named Amiko, developing an obsessive and submissive attitude toward the girl. She was member of a Bloodspeaker cell, as her grandmother Chio. Kuboti was seduced by Amiko into the cult, [2] whose leader was Asai, a monk based in the Yasurugi Monastery. They kidnapped Shidou, the headman of the nearby village of Aian, with his wife and daughter. Nigai the laborer, Bondo the doshin, Yuri from the sake works, and Chu the carpenter, were the other cultists involved in the attack. The blacksmithy worker named Kou was murdered by the cultists on the same night. [3] Miya Kuboti, Nigai and Bondo also abducted an old man named Jakunen, in the Danshou village. [4] Eventually Kuboti lose his wakizashi during a fight in Tenraku village, where the cult slaughtered an entire family and one of the local doshin, Yujin. [5]

Exposed Edit

The most powerful maho-tsukai in the cult was Chio, who eventually seized control of the cell. She stole from Asai the obsidian amulet, embarking the cultists on a parade of blood sacrifices, intended to enhance the power of the amulet. The crimes eventually escalated and began to affect the samurai of the sample cluster of ten small villages located near the monastery. A group of samurai sent by the Governor Miya Ansho discovered and destroyed the cultists. [6]

See also Edit

References

  1. Naishou Province, p. 75
  2. Naishou Province, pp. 75-76
  3. Naishou Province, p. 67
  4. Naishou Province, p. 71
  5. Naishou Province, pp. 76, 79
  6. Naishou Province, p. 65


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