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 Fukyū Yūwaku (不朽誘惑)

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Join date : 2013-08-04
Age : 27
Location : The Depths of Hell

Character sheet
Surname Name: Ryūketsu Ryōken
Courtesy Name: Hound
Occupation/Rank: Rōnin

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PostSubject: Fukyū Yūwaku (不朽誘惑)   Fukyū Yūwaku (不朽誘惑) I_icon_minitimeFri Aug 09, 2013 1:05 am

Full Name: Fukyū Yūwaku (不朽誘惑).
Meaning of Name: Timeless Seduction.
*Nickname: Fu.
Sex: Female.
Occupation/Rank: Ronin.
Clan Affiliation: Yūwaku.
Government Affiliation: Military Government.

Age: 20.
Eye Color: Blue.
Hair Color: Silverish White.
Type of Build/Body: Lean well built and a powerhouse but you wouldn't know it to look at her, she looks delicate and like your average girl.
Height: 6'2".
Weight: 175 lbs.
Distinguishing Marks: No distinguishing marks.

Skills: Fukyu is a very well rounded, well trained individual who specializes in Kubikiri or decapitation. She is also well known for using the Kubikiri Hōchō (首斬り包丁 Decapitating Carving Knife or Guillotine Sword), a extremely large, butcher-knife like sword that has two notches cut in it, making the weapon specially designed for decapitation.

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She is also seen being able to proficiently use a Nodachi, or long sword, and often interchanges her two larger weapons, and rarely, if ever draws the two smaller swords she carries at her waist.

She is also skilled in Battōjutsu and Mujushin Kenjustsu.

Battōjutsu (抜刀術 battō-jutsu, art of sword drawing) is a Japanese term meaning techniques for engaging a sword. It is often used interchangeably with the terms iaijutsu, battōdō, or iaidō, although each term does have nuances in the Japanese language and different schools of Japanese martial arts may use them to differentiate between techniques (e.g. standing or sitting techniques). The emphasis of training in battō-jutsu is on cutting with the sword. All terms are somewhat more specific than kenjutsu (sword techniques) or kendō (the Way of the sword), as the latter two refer mostly to techniques where the sword is already out of its scabbard (saya) and is therefore engaged in combat.

Battō-jutsu usually incorporates multiple cuts after drawing the sword. The emphasis of training in iaidō is on reaction to unknown situations, or reacting to sudden attack.

It is unclear when the term battō-jutsu first originated. A notable early practitioner was Hayashizaki Jinsuke (c.1546–c.1621), the founder of the Musō Jikiden Eishin-ryū and Musō Shinden-ryū schools. His remains are enshrined at Hayashizaki Jinja in the Tōhoku region of Japan.

Mujushin Kenjustsu is a style of shimpo kenjutsu, or "sword skills of the mind", that- at a time when all other schools prided themselves on a distinctive style- scorned even the idea of a style. When every other school of kenjutsu taught its students how to conquer an opponent by strategy, swift response, strength, or shrewd foresight--or any combination of these--the Mujuu taught that one should not even react to one's opponent; that to treat the art of sword-fighting as a mode of combat was a corruption of its purity, a descent into crude bestiality. Kenjutsu in the Mujuu style is not at all about winning and losing, beating or being beaten, in fact is not about conflict at all: it's a flowing movement of breath, spirit and power. The last serious devotee of the Mujuu, passionate kenjutsu purist Toru Shirai, once told a student that the three things he must forget completely to fight in the true Mujuu form were his own body, his sword, and the existence of his adversary. To any hard-working samurai whose first responsibility was to defend his master with his life, this didn't seem to have much practical application—to say the least.

Attitude/Personality: No non-sense to put it lightly. Fukyu is the sort that will kick anyone's ass and take names along the way. She doesn't care who it is or what it's about she'll have her way. Not to be bossed around by anyone if she doesn't feel like taking orders she'll shove them back up a person's ass just because she can. Fukyu can be a spit fire and yet she can be just as sweet and loving.

Not one to be easily defined it's easiest to say just don't get in her way or she'll mow you down without regret. One things for sure in any relationship she's in she wears the 'pants' in it..........she has control. It's as simple as that.

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History: Born in Oasaka, she grew up with parents who were from different worlds. Her father was a Ronin from Okinawa in the Ryukyu islands, while her mother was a Miko born in Oasaka.

Growing up, her life was filled with the decision to either become a Miko like her mother or become a samurai like her father. She always lived a double life, and seemed to never have time to rest. Between school, shrine duties, and sword practice, Fukyu never really had much of a childhood. She can never remember any friends either.

However, her decision to become a Bushi upset her mother, and made her father proud. However, that decision became a choice for revenge when a war broke out between Japan and China. Her mother and father were killed in one of the village raids and she grew determined to become a top ranked soldier so that she could get her revenge on the men who killed her family. Ever since that day, she swore to always be the strongest woman the military had ever seen.

To this day, no woman has ever surpassed her, not even when she became a Ronin.
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