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"To live as a soldier or die as a hero. To protect the past or fight for the future. To strive for the heavens, or carve a path to hell. The crux lies in everyone's heart, but it is also a gift."

"The ability to choose and adapt... to be neither or both. To breathe and fight like the wind. This is our freedom."

Kyoshin are a playable hero class in For Honor.


Children with unusual characteristics are sometimes believed to be born Yokai and treated as outcasts among their peers. But one of the ways for them to survive is to join the Kyoshin priests. In an isolated temple deep in the Myre, these abandoned infants find a new home among people who can understand and nurture their potential. Becoming apprentices of the elder Kyoshin, they follow an ascetic training to expand their physical, mental and spiritual abilities. When they reach adulthood, they go through a ritual called the ‘Heavenly Revelation’ where, according to legends, they must let their body be possessed by Samurai deities. While traveling between realms and learning secrets about the spiritual world, they vow to serve nature’s harmony, and finally return to humanity blessed with transformative powers.

Before the great drought, the Kyoshin were rumored to be masters of disguise – they could be anyone, anywhere. Some warriors doubted they even existed. Yet the great catastrophes and new conflicts in Heathmoor forced the Kyoshin to leave their temple. While many warriors try to choose between good and evil, the Kyoshin are determined to keep the balance of nature and will join any side to achieve their goal.


The Kyoshin are masters of disguise, dressing as either other warriors or as civilians. Their main attire is the robes of the Samurai high class. This attire is the kamishimo ensemble, which includes a kimono top, the kataginu jacket, and hakama pants. To hide their supernatural eye, they wear a partial blindfold. For protection, they wear metal shoulder plates and forearm guards.


Shikomizue Blade and Scabbard - A single-handed sword that is concealed within an undecorated scabbard. Due to its straight edge, the concealed weapon can deceivingly look like a harmless stick until it is drawn. The Kyoshin use this blade both in the overhand and underhand grip.

Known Kyoshin


  • The name of this Hero, "Kyoshin" (虚心), translates to "impartiality" or more literally "void heart," as already noted on the Visions of the Kyoshin event page. This name reflects the neutral nature that the Kyoshin hold.
  • Prior to their release, and after the Visions of the Kyoshin event, the Kyoshin warriors could be seen as mirages on all maps, either running around or performing certain moves. One week prior to the Hero's release, the model was swapped out for the Kyoshin Hero instead.
    • Some of the moves performed by these mirages were either taken from other Heroes' animations or from the Kyoshin's own animations.
  • The Kyoshin's Reveal Trailer marks the first time non-English voiceover is used for the trailer, in this case in Japanese.
    • The following is the Japanese transcript of the voiceover: "兵士として生きるか、英雄として死ぬか。過去を守るか、未来のために戦うか。天国を目指すか、地獄への道を歩むか。信念は皆の心の中にある、そして与えられたものもある。それは選び適用する能力...誰でもないか誰でもあるものとなり。風のごとく呼吸し戦う。これが我らの自由だ。"
  • One of the primary Kyoshin's influences is the "blind samurai" archetype, with heavy influence from Zatoichi, a well-known fictional hero in Japanese media. Zatoichi is known for being a blind master swordsman who uses a Shikomizue (仕込み杖; shikomidzue, lit. "prepared cane") famously in a reverse grip when using the blade. This influence is most apparent in the Kyoshin's main reveal artwork where the Kyoshin is shown sheathing the blade vertically in front of their face.
    • The Shikomizue is categorized as being a Japanese swordstick, canes that conceal a blade. In Japan, it is part of a larger family of Japanese blades known as the Shikomigatana (仕込み刀; lit. "prepared sword"), which includes any blade hidden in a variety of disguises.
    • Aside from the "blind samurai" archetype, the Kyoshin has some heavy influences from Japanese historical dramas known as "jidaigeki" (時代劇). Most of these shows featured dramatic fights between samurai and other swordsmen in medieval Japan, typically set during the Edo period. Some of the dramatic influences have carried over to anime, which is likely another influence for the Hero.
    • Other influences include the Yamabushi warriors and certain Buddhist deities, particularly Asura (a group of power-seeking deities) & Marishiten (a celestial being associated with the light and sun).
  • Unlike other Heroes before, Kyoshin is the first Hero to feature a functioning scabbard, both in the sense of being used in a moveset but also working as a proper sheathe for the Hero's blade. Until now, other Heroes who used weapons held in a manner as if sheathed (such as Orochi and Warden) had foregone the use of a scabbard due to engine/animation limitations.
    • The Hero also features a unique method of incorporating sleeves for the Hero. While "Arms" on all other Heroes embody the entire arm from shoulder to fingertips, Kyoshin's "Arms" armor only consists of the shoulder plate and the gauntlet; the presence of sleeves is dependent on the Chest armor selected. This contrasts previous Heroes who either were made to not have sleeves (ie. Shugoki) or had sleeves that didn't meld well when mismatched with different Chest armor pieces.
  • Just like the Warmongers and Gryphon before, the Kyoshin is a genderlocked Hero but features Alternate armor variation.
    • For the most part, Alternate armor variations are an "infantry grade" visual counterpart to their normal variant, featuring no vest or chest armor and less flare.
    • Kyoshin also features two other customization options unique to them. On some sets, their eye colours will change with your selected Team Colour. Meanwhile, on some of their Alternate sets, their hair colour will change with the selected Material. Some helms will have one or the other, while others will have none or both.
  • The Kyoshin has some relations to Tozen from the Story Campaign.
    • During the Warrior's Den Reveal Stream on July 15th, 2021, it was mentioned that the Kyoshin's existence were meant to explain the mystical techniques that Tozen could use during his boss fight, such as the "shadow clone techniques." This may be pointing to the possibility that Tozen was in fact a Kyoshin warrior at some point, if not still a Kyoshin at the time of his death. If not a Kyoshin, he might have had connections to the Kyoshin warriors that they would disguise themselves as his clones for the technique.
    • The Kyoshin's Kaze Stance and Sajin-Arashi (dodge bash) are similar to Tozen's Blade Twirl stance and signature knockdown Kick.
      • Possibly because Tozen is classified as an Orochi in the Story Campaign, the Kyoshin also borrows animations from the Orochi, such as with their side dodge attacks and their guardbreak throw animations.
    • One of the armor sets available to the Kyoshin is based off of Tozen's look, both his armored and unarmored look. The armored look unfortunately lacks Tozen's helmet.
  • The Kyoshin's default Signature, "Serene Return," may be a homage to Himura Kenshin, the protagonist of the action historical-fiction manga series, Rurouni Kenshin (るろうに剣心; also known as "Samurai X"), as the Kyoshin assumes a battle stance that is similar to the "Battoujutsu stance" (抜刀術の構え; battou-jutsu no kamae) Kenshin commonly takes, particularly the live action movie adaption's version of the stance.


  • "Shinkiro" (蜃気楼; shinkirou) translates to "Mirage," the same name as the season this Hero was released during.
  • "Gyakufu" (逆風; gyakufuu) translates to "headwind."
    • In Kenjutsu, it is also a term used for an upwards strike; in some practices, the move includes the criteria that it is used as a counter move against an opponent performing a downward swing, by hitting the opponent's hands.
  • "Hachifu" (八風; hachifuu) can refer to one of two definitions:
    • A buddhist phrase that refers to "the eight things that can hinder one's own Enlightenment."
    • A general term referring to the eight winds (eg. the eight wind directions).
  • "Aoarashi" (青嵐; lit. "blue storm") translates to "mountain air" or more literally "blue storm" which refers to when the wind carries a lot of fresh leaves at the start of the summer.
  • "Haninei" (半陰影; han'in'ei, lit. "half-shade shadow") translates to "penumbra."
  • "Kokuei" (黒影) translates to "dark shadow."
  • "Sajin-Arashi" (砂塵嵐; lit. "sand dust storm") translates to "sand storm."
    • The quote for this move, "生滅流転" (shoumetsuruten) is a four-word idiom for "all things continue to go through change, between life and destruction."
  • The "Kaze" (風) in "Kaze Stance" literally means "wind." Each of the stance's attacks are named after a kind of wind:
    • Hakaze (羽風; lit. "winged wind") has the meaning of "wind that blows for birds and insects to fly."
    • Tengukaze (天狗風; lit. "the Tengu's wind") has the meaning of "a sudden whirlwind that blows." This originates from how the mythical Tengu youkai are capable of blowing gusts of wind with their magical feather fan.
    • Mujounokaze (無常の風; mujou no kaze, lit. "wind of impermanence") has the meaning of "the way how impermanence leads to one's eventual death is just like how the wind scatters flower petals and blow out flames."
      • The quote said during Mujounokaze, "迅雷風烈," is a four-word idiom for "rapidly changing situation" or "swift action."
  • The Fujin (風神; fuujin) in "Fujin Cuts" and "Fujin Force" translates to "wind god."
  • "Kagerou" (陽炎) translates to "heat haze."
  • "Hikarimore" (光漏れ) translates to "light leak" or "seeping light."
  • "Hikari to Kage" (光と影) literally translates to "light and shadow."
    • The quote used for this Feat is the same voiceover heard at the end of the Mirage Season's trailer.
  • "Mugen Houyou" (夢幻泡影; lit. "dream, mirages, foam, shadow") is a Buddhist four-character idiom that is meant to be read as "transience" as the four mentioned items are representative of transient things in life.
  • The Emote "Itazurazuki" translates to "(a person who) likes mischief" (いたずら好き).
  • The Revive line, "陽はまた昇る," has a meaning of "if the sun falls, it will rise again." This quote has similar themes to impermanence.
  • The Revive line, "世の中は地獄の上の花見かな," is a famous quote by the Edo period Japanese poet and lay Buddhist priest Kobayashi Issa. The quote means "The world is cruel, terrible, and miserable, and any joy or peace found is temporal much like a flower-viewing picnic over Hell."



  • Japanese: 生滅流転 (shoumetsuruten)- English: "Life and destruction flows in a cycle."
    • Sajin-Arashi (Dodge Bash)
  • Japanese: 無駄だ (muda da) - English: "Futile."
    • Aoarashi (In-chain Bash)
  • Japanese: すべて無駄 (subete muda) - English: "All (of what you do) is pointless."
    • Guardbreak Throw
  • Japanese: 未熟な (mijuku na) - English: "Unskilled."
    • Parrying
  • Japanese: 急くな (seku na) - English: "Don't be hasty."
    • Entering Kaze Stance
  • Japanese: 風神招来松籟接心 (fuujin shourai sesshin) - English: "Wind god - Pine Wind Concentration"
    • Tengukaze (Kaze Heavy Attack)
      • Other possible transcription: 風神招来せし (fuujin shourai seshi) - "Let the wind god be invited."
  • Japanese: 血風剣 (keppuu-ken) - English: "Bloody Wind Blade"
    • Hakaze (Kaze Light Attack)
  • Japanese: 迅雷風烈 (jinrai fuuretsu) - English: "Violent Thunder and Fierce Wind"
    • Mujounokaze (Kaze Zone Attack)
  • Japanese: 白刃一閃 (hakujin issen) - English: "Flash of a drawn sword!" or "White blade, one flash!"
    • Fujin Cuts
  • Japanese: 烈風の如し (reppuu no gotoshi) - English: "(Cutting) like the gale."
    • Fujin Force
  • Japanese: 何 (nani) - English: "What?"
    • When Guardbroken
  • After performing a Chain Finisher:
    • Japanese: 巡るは剣力 (meguru wa kenriki) - English: "Wandering gives me power."
    • Japanese: 終わりだ (owari da) - English: "This is the end."
    • Japanese: 無常なり (mujou nari) - English: "All is transient."
    • Japanese: すべては儚き夢 (subete wa hakanaki yume) - English: "Everything is a fleeting dream."
    • Japanese: 恐怖こそ雅 (kyoufu koso miyabi) - English: "Fear itself is elegance."
    • Japanese: 露の命か (tsuyu no inochi ka) - English: "What a fragile life."
    • Japanese: 怖気は消えるか (ojike wa kieru ka) - English: "Will dread disappear."
  • Upon dodging/blocking three times without being hit:
    • Japanese: 小賢しい (kozakashii) - English: "Clever, aren't you."
    • Japanese: 無様な (buzama na) - English: "How clumsy."
    • Japanese: 哀れな (taware na) - English: "What a pity."
    • Japanese: 無駄だ (muda da) - English: "Futile."
  • Idle while in-lock with an enemy:
    • Japanese: 恐れるものは無し (Osorerumono wa nashi) - English: "There is nothing to fear."
    • Japanese: 何たる蛮勇よ (Nantaru Banyuu yo) - English: "What barbaric courage."
    • Japanese: 失うものは無し (Ushinau mono wa nashi) - English: "There is nothing to lose."
    • Japanese: まだ血を流すか (Mada chi wo nagasu ka) - English: "Do you wish to continue drawing blood?"
    • Japanese: すぐに終わる (Sugu ni owaru) - English: "This will soon be over."
    • Japanese: 宿命と呼ぶべきか (Shukumei to yobubeki ka) - English: "Should this be called fate?"
    • Japanese: 何処ぞで見たか (Dokozo de mita ka) - English: "Did you see me elsewhere?"

Feats & Others

  • Arrow Strike Feat:
    • Japanese: 狙え放て (nerae, hanate) - English: "Aim, release!"
    • Japanese: 弓隊 (yumi-tai) - English: "Archers!"
    • Japanese: 撃て (ute) - English: "Fire!"
  • Hikari to Kage Feat
    • Japanese: 天運、我にあり (Ten'un, ware ni ari) - English: "Heavens, be with me" or "The Heavens are with me."
  • Mugen Houyou Feat
    • Japanese: 何たる蛮勇よ (nantaru ban'yuu yo) - English: "What barbaric courage."
  • Arrow Storm Feat
    • Japanese: 射手、撃て (shashu, ute) - English: "Archers, fire!"
    • Japanese: 蹴散らせ (kechirase) - English: "Make them scatter!"
    • Japanese: 者共、放て (monodomo, hanate) - English: "All of you, release!"
  • Fear Itself Feat
    • Japanese: 恐れるものは無し (osoreru mono wa nashi) - English: "There is nothing that I fear."
    • Japanese: 怖気は消えるか (ojike wa kieru ka) - English: "Will dread disappear."
    • Japanese: 恐怖こそ雅 (kyoufu koso miyabi) - English: "Fear itself is elegance."
  • When Revived:
    • Japanese: かたじけない (katajikenai) - English: "Much appreciation."
    • Japanese: 恩に着る (on ni kiru) - English: "I am most grateful."
    • Japanese: 儚き夢か (hakanaki yume ka) - English: "What a fleeting dream."
  • When Respawning:
    • Japanese: 陽はまた昇る (hi wa mata noboru) - English: "The sun will rise once more."
    • Japanese: 世の中は地獄の上の花見かな (yo no naka wa jigoku no ue no hanami kana) - English: "The world is like a flower-viewing picnic above Hell."
    • Japanese: 諸行無常なり (Shogyoumujou nari) - English: "I am impermanence" or "All is impermanent."

Fighting Style

The Kyoshin are legendary Samurai who have a deep connection to the spiritual realms. Their special training led them to master the art of fighting with a concealed blade, the Shikomizue. While they flow through battle wielding their sword and scabbard, they use heavenly powers to gain the upper hand against the enemy. Their special Kaze Stance can block incoming attacks and allow them to retaliate quickly.

  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Counter-Attacker Fighting Style
  • Superior Block & Group Fighter Specialist

Special Capabilities

  • Mid-chain bash and Special Finishers provide adequate offensive pressure
  • Kaze Stance, an All-Block Stance, that can block incoming attacks and can lead into Kaze Attacks, a barrage of cuts enhanced by a successful block
  • Feats that focus around the use of the Superior Block to gain a buff that can grant bleed and healing


Available Perks for the Kyoshin can be viewed on the Perks page.


Tier 1st 2nd 3rd
1 Kagerou

Passive | On Superior Block, gain stackable Bleed on attacks. Duration refreshes on each Block.

Unlocked at level 1
Iron Lungs

Passive | You can still sprint when out of stamina.

Unlocked at level 5
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Speed Revive

Passive | Rapidly revive fallen teammates

Unlocked at level 13
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2 Hikarimore

Passive | On Superior Block, heal self on attacks. Duration refreshes on each Block.

Unlocked at level 1
Arrow Strike

Call an arrow strike dealing moderate Damage over an area.

Unlocked at level 7
Smoke Bomb

Throw down a bomb that stuns enemies for a moderate duration of time.

Unlocked at level 15
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3 Hikari to Kage

For a duration, apply Bleed and heal self on attacks, while Superior Blocks grants stamina. Activation counts as a Superior Block for Kagerou and Hikarimore. Duration refreshes on each Block.

Unlocked at level 1
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Tough as Nails

Passive | Raises max Health when unlocked.

Unlocked at level 9
Protected Revive

Passive | Your revive grants allies a shield

Unlocked at level 17
4 Mugen Houyou

Target all nearby enemies with spikes that will strike after a short delay. All struck enemies will be dealt damage and pinned for a few seconds.

Unlocked at level 1
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Arrow Storm

Aerial attack that deals medium damage in multiple areas.

Unlocked at level 11
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Fear Itself

Enemies around you have lower Stamina regeneration and defenses

Unlocked at level 19



  • Renown: Hybrid - Renown is balanced across activities.
  • Revenge Mode - Boosts Damage and Health. All Attacks are Uninterruptible. Parry and Throws knock enemies down. Attacks are Auto-Parried on activation.
  • Defense: Static - Your Guard Stance remains active in the direction you designate, even when performing a Dodge

Hero Specific

  • Superior Block Light Opener - Light Chain Openers have the Superior Block property during the Startup, causing the attack to become a Crushing Counter (unblockable and increased damage) if successful at blocking an attack. Time well to counter attack.
  • Undodgeable Finishers - Chain Finishers have the Undodgeable property.
  • Chain Starters - Gyakufu, Hachifu, Kokuei, and Haninei count as Chain Openers, thus can lead into either a Chain Finisher or Aoarashi.
  • Sajin-Arashi - If Sajin-Arashi lands, it can be followed-up with a Light or Heavy Chain Opener, with Light Attack being guaranteed.
  • Aoarashi - After any Opener attack, you can perform a scabbard attack by inputting X (XB1), MMB (PC) or ⬜ (PS4) that will deal Stamina damage and knockback the target. If Aoarashi lands, it can be followed-up with an Aoarashi Follow-up Light that is guaranteed or a Heavy Finisher.
  • Kaze Stance - When holding C (PC) or RS↓ (XB1, PS4), Kyoshin will enter a Stationary Full Block Stance in the form of Kaze Stance. Although Stamina is not consumed upon entering and while holding the Stance, Stamina Regeneration will be paused. Kyoshin will not be able to move or Counter Guardbreak while in this stance, but will have access to special attacks.
    • Fast Flow into Kaze Stance - Fast Flow into Kaze Stance after using an attack (except Bashes, Kaze Attacks and Fujin Cuts) or during block stun by holding C (PC) or RS (XB1, PS4) during their recovery.
    • Kaze Attacks - While performing Kaze Stance, you can perform one of three attacks: Hakaze, Tengukaze and Mujounokaze. Each of these attacks comes from a different guard direction, respectively coming from the right, top and left side. On top of this, Tengukaze is Unblockable and feintable.
    • Superior Block Kaze Attacks - Upon performing a successful Superior Block with Kaze Stance, Kaze Attacks will be Enhanced. Tengukaze will become much faster and Undodgeable. Hakaze and Mujounokaze will become slightly faster and Unblockable.
    • Kaze Attack Feints - While Hakaze and Mujounokaze cannot be Feinted, Tengukaze can be Feinted. However, Tengukaze cannot be feinted if it is done as a Superior Block Kaze Attack.
    • Kaze Attacks into Fujin Cuts - After successfully landing any Kaze Attack, you can follow-up with Fujin Cuts, where you can input up to three Light attacks for guaranteed damage. Fujin Cut attacks require proper timing to perform. If performed too slowly or too quickly, the inputs will not register.
    • Kaze Attacks into Fujin Force - After any Kaze Attack (even on-miss), input RT (XB1), RMB (PC) or R2 (PS4) to perform Fujin Force. Fujin Force is an unfeintable Heavy attack that has Superior All-Block during its start-up, becoming Unblockable upon successfully blocking an attack.
    • Fujin Force Alternate - Fujin Force can also be performed after the first or second attack of Fujin Cuts. However, Fujin Force will end Fujin Cuts.


(From Guard Mode)

Icon Legend

Type Name PC XB1 PS4
Chain Attack icon.png Shinkiro LMB or RMB, LMB or RMB RB or RT, RB or RT R1 or R2, R1 or R2
Gyakufu (Not in Guard Stance) ↑ + RMB LS↓ + RT L3↓ + R2
Hachifu LMB + RMB RB + RT R1 + R2
Unblockable icon.pngPush Back icon.png Aoarashi (after any Opener) MMB X
Aoarashi Follow-up Aoarashi♦, LMB Aoarashi♦, RB Aoarashi♦, R1
Haninei W + Space, RMB LS↑ + A, RT LS↑ + X, R2
Kokuei A or D + Space, RMB LS← or LS→ + A, RT LS← or LS→ + X, R2
Unblockable icon.pngPush Back icon.png Sajin-Arashi W + Space, MMB LS↑ + A, X LS↑ + X, ⬜
Full Block Stance icon.png Kaze Stance Hold C Hold RS↓ Hold RS↓
Hakaze (In Kaze Stance) LMB RB R1
Unblockable icon.png Tengukaze (In Kaze Stance) RMB RT R2
Mujounokaze (In Kaze Stance) LMB + RMB RB + RT R1 + R2
Timing.png Fujin Cuts Kaze Attack♦, LMB Kaze Attack♦, RB Kaze Attack♦, R1
Superior Block icon.png Fujin Force Kaze Attack, RMB Kaze Attack, RT Kaze Attack, R2


*Star weapon

**Unknown rarity

Armor Styles Weapon Styles
  • Kyomu
  • Shuten
  • Torakuma Alternate
  • Kagemi
  • Koi Pond *
  • Mountain of Might
  • Tranquility
  • Kuchiyose Alternate
  • Torakuma
  • Kyomu Alternate
  • Shuten Alternate
  • Kagemi Alternate
  • Onmitsu Alternate
  • Akkorokamui
  • Gisou
  • Paradise's End *
  • Rising Tide
  • Ryujin's Favor *
  • TBA
  • TBA


Savage_Sandstorm Through_The_Head Relentless_Windstorm
Celestial_Discipline Might_of_the_Winds


Passive Stance

Solemn_Bow Bend_the_Knee Wind_Rise_Salute
Itazurazuki Divine_Interference Spirit_of_the_Sun

Fighting Stance

Through_the_Veil Heavenly_Guidance Hallowed_Ground
Defiant_Convocation Enlightened_Soul Spirits'_Sanction



Requiescat In Pace


Rampage Of Ragnarok


Cheaty Flute


Blow Your Own Horn


Harpy Hey Joe


Lute Not


Sylvan Vaporization


Horkos Pharmakos


Sylvan Metamorphasis


Revenant Slayer


Ulfhednar Killer


Shiryo Avenger


Jiangshi Banisher


Minified And Put Aside


Minified And Magnified


Minified And Stomped


Minified And Kicked Away


Wolf Among Sheep


Ilma's Scythe


Cane You Feel It


Brought You A Gift


Chimera Salvation


Blades of the Vanguards


Resounding Defeat


Deadly Hare


Sylvan Detachment


To The Great Beyond


Feast Upon The Weak


The Masquerade Is Over


Unquenchable Wolf


Farewell, Chimera Music Box


Farewell, Chimera Zither


Farewell, Horkos Bagpipe


Farewell, Horkos Violin


Wrathful Concision


Willful Concision


Sorrowful Concision


Artful Concision


Aegir's Reach


Anchors Down


Chill Out


Death Metal Triangle


Fish In A Barrel


Get Whale Soon


Off The Hook


The Huntress' Prey


Ran's Bestowment


What Goes Around


Just Add Oil


Passive Stance


The Bard's Instrument


Sword In The Stone


Ready To Rumble


Volcanic Destruction Blast


Jack O Lantern


Leap Of Faith


Penguin Walk


Vortiger's Ascent


Shadows of the Hitokiri


Zhanhu's Fire


Dubious Assessment


One Of Your Shrugs


Howl At The Moon


Confused Warrior


Skeptically Swaying


Horkos Grimoire


Sylvan Book


Sylvan Meditation


In ChaRAHcter


Muscular Archer


Muscular Biceps


Message Board


Sylvan Panacea


Selfish Drinker


Chimera Bagpipe


Chimera Music Box


Chimera Violin


Chimera Zither


Horkos Bagpipe


Horkos Music Box


Horkos Violin


Horkos Zither




Raising Glasses


Suspended Gong


The Bodhran


The Field Drum


Suspicious Tumbleweed


Elegant Dance


The Bard's Triangle


Gryphon's Fireside

Fighting Stance


Snowball Fight!





Ware Shinaba


Death By Arrows


Passive Stance


Down The Hatch! (Samurai)


Rub Salt In The Wound (Samurai)


Banner Of Arms (Samurai)







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