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Wataru used his alchemical knowledge to devise a potent drug, which caused addiction to those who consumed it,  coloring blue their lips as a secondary effect. Mirumoto Jaikei was one of his clients. 
Wataru was appointed successor of Tamori Shimura who passed away in 1199 due to old age. Wataru was a powerful shugenja, and an accomplished swordsman. He had been distracted by rumors regarding the reappearance of his father, Tamori Wotan, who had been presumed dead.  Wotan eventually was revealed as the new Dark Oracle of Fire. 
Rise of Jigoku Edit
The Dragon Clan foresaw the rise of Jigoku and that the Empire would be ruled by the Spider Clan. To avoid the destruction of the Tao of Shinsei teachings they severed themselves from the Empire. In 1200 all Dragon were moved north of Last Step Castle alongside with those Tonbo and monks of the Brotherhood of Shinsei who decided to follow them. The Dragon Wall was magically built with no gate, no door, stretching to the top of the mountainsides, from the high base of Morning Frost Castle to the other side of the pass. Any Dragon who remained in the Empire would become an outcast. Wataru, the Togashi Daimyo Togashi Noboru, and the Kitsuki Daimyo Kitsuki Itsuma noticed in the High House of Light that the Dragon Clan Champion Mirumoto Shikei was one of those who did not join his clan, because he rode alone to Unicorn lands, to meet his beloved, the Unicorn Clan Champion Moto Naleesh. 
External Links Edit
- Tamori Wataru (A Line in the Sand)
1199 - Present
- ↑ Tamori Wataru (A Line in the Sand Boxtext and flavor)
- ↑ Mirumoto Jaikei (A Line in the Sand Picture and flavor)
- ↑ The Daimyo Project, by C. Thomas Hand, Mari Murdock, and Maxime Lemaire
- ↑ Conclaves of Light and Dark, by Maxime Lemaire & C Thomas Hand
- ↑ Dragon Returns to the Sky, by Robert Denton III
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