Please note: This article is about the master of Kaze-Do. For other uses of the term, please see Ota (disambiguation).

Ota was a master of Kaze-Do, the unarmed combat style. He and his three disciples were famous around Rokugan after their accounts were published in Tales of Ota, Kaze-Do Master, and his three disciples. Supposedly his three disciples were former bandits who joined him after Ota defeated them. [1]


  1. Book of Air, p. 42

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