Blood in the Rain

Discussion in 'ROLEPLAY GRAVEYARD' started by Mangekyō, Jul 23, 2014.

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    Blood in the Rain Female PC could be the daughter of a recently deceased shinobi clan head that once ruled the region. A vassal supplanted him, and her father had one of his generals take player and her little brother into hiding as simple farmers. Until an unknown ronin shows up and his decisions start upsetting the peace and she starts to think he might be the key in reclaiming what was her father's and restoring peace.

    1. Must have knowledge on feudal Japan.
    2. While not a true requirement, I will use Japanese terms.
    3. Must be literate. I'm not exactly a grammar Nazi--but correct spelling and grammar are a must.
    4. No super powers. This is reality based. No Rasengan, Sharigan, or cutting buildings in half.
    5. Princess is between 13-18 years old. She is a Kunoichi. The training of the kunoichi was different from the male ninja. Their training focused more on disguise, poisons, and using their gender as an advantage. They were trained in close combat and this knowledge was to their benefit if they were caught. Some of their disguises were as geishas, prostitutes, fortunetellers, servants and so on, in order to get very close to the enemy, or to use this intimacy to obtain information.

      Kunoichi could hide their weapons in their disguise. Those weapons were: small blades up their sleeves, or in their belts, even in musical instruments or in sex toys, poisons pins in their hair, or long nails used for raking, blinding powders, ropes and fans could be hidden and used at close range. There were also trained in more psychological warfare and mind manipulation. They could play on the emotions of the enemy with highly trained skills of intuition.
    6. Her younger brother isn't trained. Her "grandfather" is a former Samurai Vassal.

    Takashi Kien- An unknown ronin that fought on the side of the falling Sakurai army. He bears no official family crest (Mon) so his heritage remains a mystery.

    #1 Mangekyō, Jul 23, 2014
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