Osari was the farmer who alongside the men of his village defended their farms against an invading Scorpion force. They held the village against the Bayushi warriors for three days while the Daidoji marched to their aid. When the Daidoji arrived and drove away the Bayushi only three farmers were left standing. A small empty hut still stands at the site of the battle as a tribute to the farmers who gave their lies for their farms. The Osari Plains were named in honor of Osari's sacrifice. [1]


  1. Way of the Crane, p. 111

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