Mirumoto Godaigo

The stoic samurai. Determined and dependable duelist of the group.

Description:

Godaigo was born the 3rd of 4 sons of his father, Sunjai, a respected, but not incredibly influential member of the Mirumoto branch family. In such a family, there was little time to coddle a young Godaigo, who was overshadowed by his elder two brothers. Both respected Samurai; one a talented duelist and the other a rising figure in the court. All of his father’s admiration was given to his elders, and all of the affection spent on his younger brother, who favored poetry and art over the duties of his house. Godaigo spent most of his youth on his own, or even among the peasants, often watching the blacksmiths working the fire.
lacking natural talent that seemed to grace each of his brothers, Godaigo learned diligence and humility. Often critisized by his elders for being slow, Godaigo spent more time performing his basic duties. His strength because his determination and dedication to his duties. What he lacked in talent he made up for in practice, following in his eldest brother’s footsteps going to the Mirumoto duelist school. Where his elder brothers would be caught in the praise for their abilities and slowed by their time in the spotlight, he would make a name for himself and win glory for his family if it took him decades to find.

Bio:

Godaigo was born the 3rd of 4 sons of his father, Sunjai, a respected, but not incredibly influential member of the Mirumoto branch family. In such a family, there was little time to coddle a young Godaigo, who was overshadowed by his elder two brothers. Both respected Samurai; one a talented duelist and the other a rising figure in the court. All of his father’s admiration was given to his elders, and all of the affection spent on his younger brother, who favored poetry and art over the duties of his house. Godaigo spent most of his youth on his own, or even among the peasants, often watching the blacksmiths working the fire.
Lacking the natural talent that seemed to grace each of his brothers, Godaigo learned diligence and humility. Often critisized by his elders for being slow, Godaigo spent more time performing his basic duties. His strength because his determination and dedication to his duties. What he lacked in talent he made up for in practice, following in his eldest brother’s footsteps going to the Mirumoto duelist school. Where his elder brothers would be caught in the praise for their abilities and slowed by their time in the spotlight, he would make a name for himself and win glory for his family if it took him decades to find.

Mirumoto Godaigo

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