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There were but three monasteries maintained by the order, although there had been talk of a fourth. Their members were monks, but only in the sense that they had abandoned their worldly goods and pursuit in exchange for devotion to what Xing Guo represented. The brothers did not pray or meditated to get the Fortune's favor, but continued with their patron art, skilled practitioners of smithing. The monasteries were known to have big forges were weapons were crafted. 
They believed that enlightenment could be achieved through the working of steel as their patron did in life and continous to do in Tengoku, their own impurities are purged just as they were purging the impurities from the steel. Initiates honed their bodies through the mining of raw ore, and senior members achieved purity through forging. They were let to touch the katana they crafted, though they would never use them against a living being, not even in self defense. 
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