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Shiori

Gender

Female

Birthdate

1550

Names/Alias

?

Lord

Ryō Tsukimori

Height

Weight

Parents

Husband/Betrothed

Children

N/A

Shiori (栞; しおり) is a fictional Iga Ninja in Seishin Series.

Creation and ConceptEdit

The theme behind Shiori is "adoption" and "the traditional image of women back in pre-modern days". Women were often depended upon on taking care of the children while the husband was the usual leader of the house, following after him in leadership was his son or elder brother. An orphaned Shiori was adopted into the Iga and trained as a tool. An intimate bond grows between her and Shoutarou. Female ninja use their gender to take advantage of men and are trained in disguise, recon, and poisons. Her name means "bookmark".

CharacterEdit

A gentle character, but pursues someone she really wants to depend on because she grew fearful on how she's been treated. Shiori teaches Shoutarou about Sumata (素股).

Ninja ParametersEdit

  • Ninjutsu - 2
  • Knowledge - 3
  • Battle Ability - 2
  • Heart –
  • Misc –
  • Misc –

Skills and TalentsEdit

Shiori often moves as a spy and travels across the lands to collect information while employing hidden disguises.

Mizuton
A really good swimmer, she can hold her breath underwater for extended amount of time.
Kagemei
Shuriken is used to stop the moment of an enemy
Joton
(女遁) A disguise jutsu. Shiori is often employed as a young princess or cocunbine.
Ishiton & Yumei
(石遁) Skilled in the use of rocks, such as making marks, throwing them, etc. Yugei (遊芸) is performance arts, but Shiori has difficulty with kendo.

Seishin StoryEdit

BackgroundEdit

Formerly from a scattered family, Shiori was a girl that was a part of a non-domestic sex trade until Tanba Momochi issued the order to the Tsukimori Family to break up the trade.

RelationshipsEdit

Tanba Momochi
Scared of him
Tsukimori Family - Primarily Shoutarou
Shiori was personally saved by Shou.
The Trade
Since time immemorial, daughters were sent into trafficking for collective benefit. Shiori lost her family to war, and met with other girls serving immigrants. The slavers were killed by a group formed by members of Tsukimori Family and Sawamura Family.

Seishin Story AppearancesEdit

  • N/A

ReferencesEdit