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|Families||Agasha • Kitsuki • Mirumoto • Togashi|
Description[edit | edit source]
In contrast to the conformity that permeates the land of Rokugan, the Dragon Clan chases individual enlightenment. Secluded in the northern mountains, the Dragon rarely focus on the internal politics of Rokugan, instead turning their eyes to the future and the mysterious visions of their founder, the Kami Togashi. Indeed, few can truly say they understand the Dragon. Some insist their beloved paradoxes and puzzles are no more than a game, triviality masquerading as depth. To this accusation, the Dragon quote a common saying of their monks:
"What is wisdom?" one asked.
"What is not wisdom?" the other answered.
The Dragon are a mysterious and individualistic clan. The use of attachments is one of this clan's greatest strengths, and it's wise to invest in a few powerful characters with plans to give them multiple attachments. The concept of balance is also important to this clan, and they are well suited for both military and political conflicts. You must take advantage of this flexibility and strike wherever you opponent leaves an opening.
Major Families[edit | edit source]
- Agasha family: Shugenja, crafters, and alchemists who approach magic in a more systematic way than is typical.
- Kitsuki family: Courtiers who focus on investigative skills and logical deduction.
- Mirumoto family: Talented duelists and warrior-poets who seek greater understanding in all areas.
- Togashi family: Less a proper family, more an order of tattooed monks who dedicate their lives to pursuing enlightenment.
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