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  • Firemen and danger Oh my!

    21st day of the month of the Rat The Magestrates of the Scorpion clan have been seen in town and have not gone unnoticed by the other site of the city. the rumour mill spreads word of the magistrates youth and inexperienced. Soon they will have to be …

  • Ryoko Owari Toshi

    [[File:522875 | class=media-item-align-right | Ryoko_Owari_Toshi.jpg]]Ryoko Owari Toshi , or Journey's End City was possibly the second largest city in Rokugan after the capital. It was located in the Ryoko province. Other Names The city was …

  • Fisherman Quarter

    The Fisherman Quarter was one of the quarters of Ryoko Owari Toshi. Appearance The noisy quarter had a strong odor of fish and stale water, it had narrow and cramped roads, and the buildings were of one or two stories. Firemen The kajinin of this …

  • North Rim

    The North Rim was one of the neighborhoods of the Fisherman Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. Firemen The corrupted Moment's Edge Firemen kajinin were responsible for fire fighting. Notable locations Northwest Dock: the dock was not very deep and it …

  • Crab Caves

    The Crab Caves was one of the neighborhoods of the Fisherman Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. It lied between the Wretched Gate and Timber Street. Name The name of this neighborhood was earned when the Crab army of Hida Atsushige was seduced and broken, …

  • Loops

    The Loops was one of the neighborhoods of the Fisherman Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. It covered the dockside around the three wharves between Juniper Loop and Pine Loop, and back to Salmon Avenue. Firemen The Fire Eaters and Moment's Edge Firemen …

  • Leatherworkers' Quarter

    Leatherworker Quarter was one of the quarters of Ryoko Owari Toshi. First residents The first pleasure section at Ryoko Owari was located in the current Leatherworker Quarter, too close to the Noble Quarter. After the Lion invasion this area was …

  • Merchant Quarter

    The Merchant Quarter of Ryoko Owari Toshi was the heart of the city. Hundreds of merchants plied their trades there each day, clogging the narrow roads. There was little political or direct criminal activities in this area, as illegal substances were more …

  • Two Gates

    Two Gates was one of the neighborhoods of the Merchant Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. It lied between the northeast wall of the city, down to the Gate of Increasing Fortunes, then along Topaz Avenue to the Bay of Drowned Honor. Activities Middle class …

  • Wharves

    The Wharves was one of the quarters of Ryoko Owari Toshi, the deep docks on the south and east sides of the Bay of Drowned Honor which stretched back to Silver Avenue. They docked only large merchant barges. It suffered spring floods. Firemen The …

  • Downhill

    Downhill was a neighborhood of the Merchant Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. It stretched from the Gate of Condescension to somewhere around the Grand Wharf. Its southeast boundary was Gold Avenue. Firemen The kajinin of this quarter were the Little Gate …

  • Fields of Gold

    Fields of Gold was a neighborhood of the Merchant Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. It was the wealthiest heimin city's neighborhood. It stretched from the Garden of Daikoku to the wall around the Noble Quarter, bordered by Monk's Edge Avenue to the southeast …

  • Temple Quarter

    The Temple Quarter of Ryoko Owari Toshi was one of the quietest of the city's Quarters. Residents Most residents in the Temple Quarter could be considered either worldly, believed that their destinies depend on their will and involvement, or ascetic, …

  • Daikoku's Shadow

    Daikoku's Shadow was one of the neighborhoods of the Temple Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. It stretched between the Pious Gate and the Temple of Daikoku, and then between the city wall and Monk's Edge Avenue. The area held the great temples of the city, …

  • Small Holies

    Small Holies was one of the neighborhoods of Temple Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. Lesser Fortunes The small neighborhood was made up of a large number of shrines and Fortunist temples, as this section of the city was reserved for lesser Fortunes. Many …

  • Teardrop Island

    [[File:532593 | class=media-item-align-left | Teardrop_Island.jpg]]Teardrop Island was located in Ryoko Owari in the center of Kawa no Kin, the River of Gold. Business The buildings there were known as Teardrop Village. Countless Geisha houses, opium …

  • Licensed Quarter

    Licensed Quarter was one of the Quarters of Ryoko Owari Toshi, and it covered the Teardrop Island. It was also known as 'Floating World' and 'Ukiyo'. Vice Quarter The first pleasure section at Ryoko Owari was located in the current Leatherworker …

  • Noble Quarter

    Noble Quarter of Ryoko Owari Toshi was the home of pretty much all the Scorpion samurai in the city. It was exempt from the vice that filled the rest of the city. Appearance It was built on the Noble Hill and there was a thick and beautiful wall …

  • Kajinin

    Kajinin were the neighborhood firemen of Ryoko Owari. Firemen The firemen of Ryoko Owari were fairly unique; most other cities delegated this important task to official city employees. The Governor of the city paid the local "fire departments" a small …

  • Bay of Drowned Honour

    Bay of Drowned Honor was the widening of Golden River when it crossed Ryoko Owari and divided the city in half. The bay was between the Moment's Edge Bridge and the Bridge of Drunken Lovers. Just south of the city proper it run around Teardrop Island. …

  • Great Lunar Cave

    The Great Lunar Cave was hidden in the foothills near Ryoko Owari Toshi. It had a narrow opening, followed by a spacious cave, with winding passages going in all directions, and wondrous columns. Legends claimed mischievous spirits shaped the stone.

  • Towers of the Eyes

    The Towers of the Eyes overlooked the River of Gold, to promptly warn of any invasion fleet. They were built during the time the Crab Clan occupied Ryoko Owari Toshi. A strong and massive chain could be strung between them in time of war and it was a fire …

  • House of Foreign Stories

    House of Foreign Stories was a building of three stories in the Licensed Quarter at Ryoko Owari Toshi. It was a geisha house, tea house, and gambling house combined into a single building. Gaijin In the House of Foreign Stories the tales, songs, women …

  • House of the Morning Star

    The House of the Morning Star was a geisha house on the Teardrop Island in Ryoko Owari Toshi. Appearance It was large, graceful and traditional one-story geisha house. Its decoration had style and taste, with well-tended garden and pond. Its purpose …

  • Thunder Guard

    Thunder Guard were the Elite guardians of Ryoko Owari Toshi. The Dragon's Gate housed their headquarters. [1] They were most commonly known as 'Red Plumes' for handsome dyed plumed helmets. Duty The Guard enforced the governor's law, defended the city …

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