The Unseen Corruption
A Wujen from the Scarlet Brotherhood
High Concept: Scarlet Brotherhood Wujen
Trouble: A sense of honour that compels me to challenge those who I find dishonourable
Aspect: The Dragon and I are One
Aspect: Maybe Oakenstaff isn’t that bad
Aspect: I stared death in the face, and lived to tell the tale
Aspect: Slayer of the Horde
Familiar: Demonic Frog (huge)
Great +4 – Fight
Good +3 – Stealth, Ballistics
Fair +2 – Will, Notice, Discipline, Physique
Average +1 – Rapport, Athletics, Skullduggery, Ride
Wujen Expertise – +2 to fight checks made with Wujen Weapons
Deflect – Deal damage on defence equal to shift, to any ranged attacker.
Riposte – Deal damage on defence equal to shift, to any melee attacker.
Cleave – If you fell an enemy with a fight check, immediately make another with a +2 bonus (once per turn).
Specials – Gain a new stunt after visiting each Scarlet Brotherhood Temple.
Can use Discipline instead of Athletics (Scarlet Brotherhood)
Can use Rapport to attempt to summon / gain assistance from a spirit (at DM’s discretion).
Stress (physical): 1, 2, 3
Stress (mental): 1, 2, 3
Stress (honor): 1, 2, 3
“Perhaps I am a fool to think there is still hope for you. But I do. Think on that, brother.”
As the youngest son of Sojiro Shimada, the master of the Shimada ninja clan, Genji lived a life of luxury and privilege. He had little interest in the family’s business, and although he excelled at and enjoyed his ninja training, he spent most of his time pursuing a playboy lifestyle. Many within the clan considered the carefree Genji to be a dangerous liability, and they resented his father for coddling and protecting him. Following the clan leader’s untimely death, Genji’s older brother , Hanzo, demanded that Genji took a more active role in their late father’s empire. Genji refused, enraging Hanzo. The tension between the brothers built to a violent confrontation that left Genji on the verge of death. Only through the intervention of the dragon spirit was Genji able to survive.
As time passed, Genji felt increasingly at war with himself. He was scared of himself and could not come to grips with what he had become. He eventually abandoned the clan and wandered the world in search of meaning. He drifted for many years before crossing paths with the monk Karma. Though Genji initially rejected Karma’s wisdom, the benevolent monk would not be deterred. In time, Karma became his mentor, and under the monk’s tutelage, Genji reconciled his dual existence as both man and spirit. He learned to accept that although he had a spirit inside him, his human soul was intact, and he came to see his new form as a gift and a unique strength.
Now, for the first time in his life, Genji was free. Even he could not say where his path would ultimately lead.
Eventually, Genji joined The Scarlet Brotherhood, and the rest, as they say, is history.