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|Please note: This article is about the Master Smith. For other uses of the term, please see Nyoko (disambiguation).|
Nyoko was born ten years after the death of Kaiu, but was an avid student of his teachings. The shugenja Nyoko was apprentice to Togashi Furukusai, Togashi's successor as Dragon Clan Champion, and was the first to experiment using magic and swordsmithing. Nyoko's skills in swordmaking produced among other things the Five Swords of Legend. 
Hida Raiden Edit
During the reign of Hantei XVI  Nyoko used one of these swords, Honorable, to kill Hida Raiden in a duel, after he had insulted her in court.  Raiden had mocked her for trying to be a shugenja, a samurai, and swordsmith all at once.  The duel happened in neutral ground, a bridge at Ryoko Owari Toshi. Deadly wounded Raiden cried no one alive could be so fast, and Nyoko told the sentence that would name the place of the duel as Moment's Edge Bridge. 
"I am alive and dead; dead to the past and dead to the future, because I live at the moment's edge."
- Togashi Nyoko 
Fox Clan Sword Edit
The last of the Five Swords of Legend forged by Nyoko was the blade Hunger, initially a source of pride for Nyoko. After it became apparent to Nyoko that the blade was poorly balanced; causing it's users to become reckless and bloodthirsty, Nyoko petitioned the Mirumoto Daimyo to have it locked away. It was only after the deaths of Mirumoto Osuki and Mirumoto Jijondun that the Mirumoto finally agreed to Nyoko's request. 
Last Blade Edit
After her death the Agasha family, who had paid particular notice to her work, took up where she left off. They created the Agasha Foundries and began the use of combining an analytical mind with magic. 
Mirumoto Rosanjin Edit
External Links Edit
- Shiryo no Nyoko (Spirit Wars)
- ↑ Magic of Rokugan, p. 13
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Way of the Samurai, p. 6.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 City of Lies: Player's Guide, p. 42
- ↑ Roleplaying in the Emerald Empire, p. 182
- ↑ Nightmares, by Ree Soesbee
- ↑ Way of the Dragon, pp. 93-94
- ↑ The Mirumoto Wakizashi (Pearl flavor)
- ↑ Enlightened Madness, Part Six, by Rich Wulf
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