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  • The Shogunate of Chusei

    The Shogunate of Chusei is an ancient Elven nation in southeastern Cisterra. This lush land has a rich history of prosperity and honor, yet also has been rife with violence and political struggle for centuries. Famous for its plentiful production of …

  • Noble Families of Chusei

    The Elves of Chusei have passed down arcane bloodlines for generations, and they believe the blood of their ancestors is their greatest blessing. In order to maintain these potent bloodline powers, or Kekkei Genkai, Chusei has a system of noble families, …

  • House Hiryu

    Hiryugakure, capital of Chusei, is the second-largest town on the Ryushu Peninsula. House Hiryu rules this district, and it is within Hiryugakure's Dragon Palace that the Shogun of Chusei oversees his nation. House Hiryu, being perhaps the most noble of …

  • House Shizenkei

    The largest of Chusei's noble families, House Shizenkei, looks over the largest area in Elven territory, Shizenkeigakure. Located right at the ford of the Ryushu River into its constituents, Shizenkeigakure is the center of prime farm territory and at the …

  • House Kurayami

    Kurayamigakure is not famous for its noble family-though House Kurayami is still powerful and relatively renown. Instead, the main draw to the town is the grand Meikyo Shisui Temple, the central shrine of Chusei's monastic orders. Between the great temple …

  • House Jubaku

    Sometimes errantly referred to as 'The Elves in Exile,' Jubakugakure is the furthest prefecture from central Chusei still considered part of the Shogunate. Most believe its distance from [[House Hiryu | Hiryugakure]] to be related to House Jubaku's cursed …

  • House Tonko

    !http://static.desktopnexus.com/thumbnails/41254-bigthumbnail.jpg! Amidst the Sokenzan Mountains on the eastern coast of the Ryushu Peninsula, a winding trail leads to the hidden village of Tonkogakure. The smallest of Chusei's noble families, House …

  • Namakura

    Literally 'The Land of Poverty,' Namakura is the southern-most town in Chusei. It is unique in that two noble families are headed there, House Tengoku and House Karasuma. These 'rival' families have squabbled over land, wealth, and prestige for years, and …

  • House Oni

    Most mysterious and confusing of the noble families of Chusei is House Oni. The destructive and strange talents of Oni's Kekkei Genkai make most visitors wonder if their abilities are gifts or curses. Though the town itself is small, maybe 2000 people, …

  • Kitamura

    Where [[The Wahiba Desert]] and [[The Ryushu Peninsula]] meet, the small village of Kitamura lies, a historic crossroads town that, in its apex, was a waypoint for all land travelers to [[The Shogunate of Chusei]]. The years have not treated Kitamura well …

  • Shogun Boseiju

    Though the leader of [[The Shogunate of Chusei | Chusei]] has grown considerably old, he is still loved and respected by his people. He has a fast friendship with the Golden Dragon, and values the wisdom and support this creature has brought to Elvenkind. …

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