Shinsei Seido was the shrine to honor Shinsei.

Stone Building Edit

It was built at Shinsei no Sumai Mura in the Dawn of the Empire by the Master of Earth Shiba Esade. He used the small stones that all pilgrims to the village had brought with them from their homes. They fit together perfectly and the shrine had since lasted for centuries. [1]

Pilgrimage Edit

The monks and pilgrims who visited Shinsei Seido came to celebrate his teachings. It was a great center of learning for the Brotherhood of Shinsei with a mere dozen resident monks. The rest of the rooms were used by itinerant monks or particularly pious and deserving pilgrims. The introspective, contemplative sort of monks, gave to long hours of study and meditation upon the wisdom of the Tao of Shinsei. [2]


  1. Secrets of the Phoenix, pp. 65, 70
  2. Secrets of the Phoenix, p. 71

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