I think we should include a passage about the Regents (i.e. those who reigned without being Emperor.) Included should be the Chancellors and Empresses (clarification request: Are the Empresses Regents, or do they reign out of their own right =did they succeed their husband?)--Gen.d 10:22, 26 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Agree on the passage about Regents. Should be something there... The only empresses i can think of are Hantei Yugozohime and Isawa Kaede... Yugozohime became empress after she challenged her brother to a duel and won so she is ok. Kaede was appointed empress by Toturi before he committed seppuku so i feel she should be listed as empress, but that's juts my opinion... If you have any Empresses that i have missed please mention them... --Majushi 11:59, 26 Sep 2005 (EDT)
Well, there is Kachiko... --Gen.d 11:06, 26 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Yes, but she was the Emperor's wife, not the acting Empress. --Majushi 12:07, 26 Sep 2005 (EDT)
What about the time between Fu Leng's death and Toturi's coronation?--Gen.d 11:11, 26 Sep 2005 (UTC)
That time was so short it is almost negligible... --Majushi 14:40, 26 Sep 2005 (EDT)
As such Toturi Kurako would have to be mentioned as well...
And Hantei Hochiahime...
Sorry, small change there, Kaede was not appointed empress in 1158, she was chosen a successor in 1133, but how long did Toturi stay dead? Don't know if she actually took the throne... Kaede took the throne in 1158, but that was as regent... Still it disturbed the celestial balance enough to create the Dark Oracle of Void.
Well, the wives of the Emperors are Empresses, but that doesn't mean they hold any power (beyond being the wife of the Emperor). Female Emperors are also Empresses, and they do hold a lot of power, being the Emperor and all. It seems to confuse a lot of people for some reason. If the Emperor dies, his wife does not succeed him, his eldest son does. Kaede was a really unusual and totally illegal exception that came about purely because the story team needed to find a way to dumb-down the Imperial Favor in the CCG.
If you can find some official source about imperial regents, feel free to add it. The problem is, they only seem to pop up when the story team needs something exciting to happen, then they serve their purpose and get swept away with no explanation of the reason there was a regent and why the eldest son didn't take the throne. --WestonWyse 01:24, 27 Sep 2005 (UTC)

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