Mushi Mura

Mushi Mura

Mushi Mura was a small village known by its famous dried salted plums, used in their specialty sake. [1]

Landscape Edit

The land around Mushi Mura was hilly, with numerous patches of woods interspersing the rice fields. The road to the village was a wide trail, which ended there. A mile beyond the village laid a sprawling old cedar forest, covering the rolling landscape. [2] Its rice paddies's canal were fed by the Cicada River. [3] A small shrineto Inari, the Fortune of Rice, was located there. [4]

Bloodspeaker Attack Edit

Naga ruins were located near, which was the place where Spider Maho-tsukai attempted to create a hidden pocket of Tainted land. They seized the Mushi Mura to taint the villagers and use them in their foul rituals. [5] Eventually a group of samurai aided the surviving village's yoriki to recover control of Mushi Mura. [6]

Known Headman Edit


  1. Descent into Darkness, p. 3
  2. Descent into Darkness, p. 5
  3. Descent into Darkness, p. 18
  4. Descent into Darkness, p. 8
  5. Descent into Darkness, p. 4
  6. Descent into Darkness, p. 12

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