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2 mos ago
I just realized. I never grew up, I just assimilated into the next generation.
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2 mos ago
Current I just realized. I never grew up, I just assimilated into the next generation.
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3 mos ago
Hi, how you doing?
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3 mos ago
Hi, hi you doing?
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9 mos ago
Finally back.
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Bio

So, I just realized this exists... After about an year... Right time to fill this out.

So hi, I’m Shiyonichi and as you can tell from my user name meaning death four one, in Japanese. I am...

An Edgy Weeaboo!


So yeah, I am basically human garbage.

I may or may not disappear on you during role plays. From either being dead, trying save the world, trying to destory the world, or a sudden case of being dead inside.

My favorite animals are dogs, I like red velvet cake, and I am obsessed with the katana.

If you need to contact me off forum I have a discord. Though I’m not straight up give it to you, because I’m human garbage.

Though here’s a hint: The first part is the most over used horror cliche of the last decade and the last part is a place with pretty damn good meatballs.

Most Recent Posts

Ryuga sighed looks like his plans of not fighting was compromised. “Glad to have your help in cleaning up street trash.” The former mercenary said to the police officer before stating to the Samurai in a nearly apathetic voice. “Looks like it’s your funerals.” The former mercenary drew his sword, unlike his usual posture, he actually looked like a warrior with years of experience rather than a random bum playing law enforcer.

Ryuga charged the nearest Samurai with a right sided slash to which the samurai brought up his blade to guard such an obvious attack, but Ryuhad expected that. He used his opponent’s blade as a pivot point to take a step in and hook punch the opponent to disorient them as the enemy was disoriented he stepped around the samurai and pivoting his blade around the opponent’s, he slash downward drawing blood across the enemy’s spine. Another Samurai would charge at him, but Ryuga used his Iron plated Genta to block and catch his sword before kicking it to the side. He used the kicking leg to take a step in and drew a knife from his sleeve and stabbed it into the right side of the samurai’s throat with a reverse grip. Ryuga let go of the knife, letting the man fall, before drawing a handful of knives hidden up his sleeve and tossed them into the enemy group, not caring whether or not that they were causing injuries, as they were meant as a distraction for his allies to exploit.

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Ryuga leaned back as everyone else entered the building. He honestly didn’t expect Haruka to join up with him on the watch. ”Why didn’t you go with the others? There’s nothing really glorious about taking out foes who are running and I’m pretty sure Nagatoki is trying to take your rank. Plus I’m certain that you would be more than happy to give these guys a taste of your blade. The former sellsword asked, as he had a feeling that it was personal to Haruka. Sensing grudges was a skill that he had to build up in his past, as that where the paycheck or a new enemy was, maybe it was constantly seeing the same story, but he couldn’t really understand why she would hold back to hang out with him.

@Raging Fenrir
@vancexentan

Oh I will give him more detail in his bio and connecting to the group. And I will change him up to be more of a drunken master Rambo swordsmen.


I’m pretty sure you’re starting to intrude on my character’s shtick of being an unpredictable unconventional swordsman.
Ryuga raised his hand. ”I’ll take watch.” the former sellsword said causally. There was some muttering amongst the gathered members of the squad, no doubt that they were doubting his skills as a swordsman. In his opinion their doubts was completely fair as he hadn’t really shown his swordsmanship off to his allies. There just wasn’t many chances of late to go all out and his style just didn’t translate very well into kendo. Not many people actually knew what he was capable of and honestly the former sellsword didn’t really care, he was just after the paycheck to survive and feed his family. He should be focusing on keep on keeping his head on his neck and just leave the glory to the ones who deserve it. ”So, Yeah mind if I deal with the runners?” Ryuga rubbed the back of his neck, thinking about what to occupy his time if things went smoothly enough that the watch wasn’t necessary.
I’ll skip posting this round.
I just realized my post could literally be one of Yoshikage Kira’s monologues.
Ryuga was annoyed. He wasn’t annoyed by the fact that he was awake at this time of night. He was used to it, taking lives for a living meant that you don’t really get a choice when you sleep. He wasn’t annoyed by the constant conversation by the conversation, because unlike most of the pampered sons, he actually understood the importance of information. He wasn’t even annoyed by the fact that the shogun was being threatened by a bunch of conspirators, because screw the shogun, what the hell has that bastard has even done for him?

Ryuga was annoyed more for the fact that he was actually getting into combat. He had been a sellsword all of his life, but he didn’t really want to fight. Fighting meant that he was risking his life and he was just living for more than just himself, though if he ever fought, he was confident that he wouldn’t lose. The former Sellsword rubbed his eyes, he may have been used to sleep deprivation, but he wasn’t used to standing around stiffly.

He just wanted to end this so he could just go home and rest. He didn’t really care about the glory of combat as a few would claim, nor he did have the ambition to move up the ranks, he didn’t want that burden of responsibility. He actually prefer to just be settling public disputes over this moment, because for the first time in a while he felt that he had gone back to his sellsword roots.
I am not quite sure how well this character would fit, since I watched a few episodes of Samurai Champloo before this making this so I might have made a character better suited for that universe, as well as creating a character that was specifically undisciplined to contrast with the other characters. Meaning I took a few keys from Mugen.

Speaking of which I did watch the first episode of Kenshin, while I can’t say it’s bad, you could definitely feel it’s age.

@Double Yeah, fun fact Dragon Knight actually did better than Ryuki in Japan.

Plus Gaim did it better.
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