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Seido and Reihaido are the Rokugani words for Shrines.
A shrine was a smaller building devoted to ancestors, the Fortunes, or both. It was typically attended only by a lone shugenja or a monk or two. Visitors came to offer prayers. They were quiet, serene, and easily accessible to any who wished access.  These shrines acted as a focus for the powers of the Fortunes, ancestors, or the Elements, as a place of rememberence, or places of meditation. 
Rokugani Shrines Edit
Colonial Shrines Edit
|Shrine to the Honored Fallen|
See Also Edit
- Shinden (temples)
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