Topaz Magistrates

Yemon's Legacy
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The Haunting of Hida Dasan

Following the trail of Matsu Nari, the magistrates are shocked to dicover his body, hung up as if left for them to find. the pick up the trail of who they think is his killer and continue following it. While camping that night, they meet an old man in the woods. He tells them a story of when the world was formed and gifts Hida Kyuzo with a hand-crafted wooden flute.

They follow the trail through the Scorpion/Crab border to a Crab village that recently lost a battle with the Scorpion. The general in charge of the village asks for the magistrates’ assistance in investigating the murder of a unit of Crab samurai by one of their own number – Hida Dasan.

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Death at Ichime Castle

After gaining a new servant, the Magistrates are summoned to Ichime Castle to investigate the death of the lord of the castle.

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Hindsight - Conclusion

The Magistrates realize that it is the eve of the Battle of the White Stag – one of the greatest battles fought in the history of the Empire – and the enemy forces have been given an outline of how the Empire will conduct the battle. To make matters worse, while they rush to rouse an unsuspecting and uncooperative group of daimyos, Doji Sekidera – the historical hero of the battle, is murdered right before their eyes.

Kakita Nori, taking his armor and daisho, masquerades as the clan champion and tries to fill his role in history.

Isawa Sora Travels alone to the Mantis Isles to enlist their aid in the coming conflict.

Shinjo Winter and Hida Kyuzo travel back to the capital and take control of the forces there.

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Hindsight - Part 2

Finding themselves in the past after following a mad, tattooed monk through an enchanted painting, the magistrates need to find a way home without damaging their own future.

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Hindisght - Begining

Investigating the death of Togashi Yasuhiro on the Mantis Isles, the magistrates stumble onto the track of an insane tattooed monk.

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