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"Surviving is the only glory in war." - Sam Fuller First Infantry Division World War II
“National honor is the national property of the highest value.” -James Madison
“The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions that I wish it to be always kept alive.” –Thomas Jefferson
prologue: Ancient feudal Japan, a land shrouded in mystery, forbidden to foreigners. A group of magical islands home to witches and demons. A nation of rival provinces whose lords were ruled by a shogin whose will is absolute. Peace in the realm is kept by the samurai, master swordsmen tasked with protecting their lord and their province at all costs. Should a samurai ever lose of fail his master, he suffers the greatest shame in all Japanese society. He becomes a ronin. And yet, to know they story of the 47 Ronin, is to know the story of all Japan.
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TagsSummary: ronin, samurai, swords, special swords, katanas, samurai spirit, Bushido, archaic code, honor, humility, restoring honor, seppuku, hari-kari, japan, Japanese lore, Japanese myths, bewitchment, Tengu, demons, mythical beast, weapon wielding warriors, deadly duels, kabuki, fabled foxes, dragons, princess, heavens, hells, spells, casting spells. -X; Who
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