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Brotherhood of Shinsei Ancestors do not watch over their own blood descendents, as monks are expected to remain celibate. They instead offer guidance to those of the Brotherhood who follow their beliefs. [1]

Amiku (4 Points) Edit

Those characters who take Amiku as an ancestor have lost the perception of oneness with all other things, but are attuned to the Void element. [2]

Basso (9 Points) Edit

Those Shinmaki monks who take Basso as an ancestor are able to gain true perception through their meditation, piercing the veil of illusions around them to see things as they truly are. He will abandon anyone who ever do not meditate for at least four hours each day and is not absolutely ascetic, forsaking all worldly pleasures and indulgences, even the most minor. [3]

Hido (3 Points) Edit

Those characters who take Hido as an ascentor are renowned for their careful examination of a situation before deciding on the truth. [4]

Kazemu (2 Points) Edit

Those characters who take Kazemu as an ancestor have a superior awareness. [5]

Mizumoto (7 Points) Edit

Those Questioner monk who take Mizumoto as an ancestor have a knack for thinking through problems and devising unique solutions, [6] and share his intellectual gifts. He will abandon anyone who ever voluntarily pass over a chance to learn about a new teaching, sect, or belief within the Brotherhood. [3]

Sakura (10 Points) Edit

Those Shintaoist monks who take Sakura as an ancestor are able to comprehend the world at a deeper level than others. She will abandon anyone who ever pass over a chance to share enlightenment or the ways of the Tao with others. [3]

Togashi Kaze (5 Points) Edit

Those Kaimetsu-uo monks who take Togashi Kaze as an ancestor learn some of his unarmed techniques and meditative abilities. He will abandon anyone who ever kill another human being with unarmed attacks. [3]

Tsukino (4 Points) Edit

Those characters who take Tsukino as ancestor have a stronger health in recognition of the importance of the overall health of the Empire. [7]

References

  1. Secrets of the Empire, p. 246
  2. Way of Shinsei, p. 78
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Secrets of the Empire, p. 247
  4. Way of Shinsei, p. 75
  5. Way of Shinsei, p. 82
  6. Way of Shinsei, p. 76
  7. Way of Shinsei, p. 73

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