Kugoro Clan

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About the Kugoro clan Master:

This is not a clan for game its the real deal.

Yamaji
Yamato Ensemble (The Art of the Japanese Bamboo Flute and Koto)
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This Guy in this photo mite look young but he's deadly when Mad, he wont tell you he's mad, but he'll warn you to back down before he reach his limited! 

He is known as Travis Charity / Torabisu Chariti. when he's happy his voice is somewhat high, but when he's mad its low and somewhat deep, the deeper it is that madder he is. he dos'nt get mad easily so don't bother being scared of him.

Travis Charity is Master. Torabisu Chariti he tends to keep to himself but he's not self-fish.

About The Ninja

Ninja (忍者) were a type of warrior who specialized in unconventional warfare such as infiltration, sabotage and assassination during the age of the samurai. Another way of calling them is "shinobi", meaning "those who act in stealth". Ninja employed deception and forgery tactics to take opponents out by surprise. Due to their unorthodox methods which contradicted the way of the warrior (bushido), the ninja were not credited with the same honor as the samurai.

The diverse range of skills practiced by the ninja is called ninjutsu - the art of stealth - and includes training in armed combat, weapon techniques, military strategy, meteorology, geometry and breathing synthesis. Ninjutsu was passed down through generations within families or directly from teacher to a selected one or few disciples. This secrecy in part explains why little factual information exists about the ninja, giving rise to lots of stereotyping of them both within Japan and in the West.


Koka and Iga Clan History:

As early as the 11th century, the inhabitants of Iga and Koka gained a reputation for their skills in unconventional warfare. Close to the political center Kyoto, yet distinctly remote due to their rugged terrains, Iga and Koka presented an ideal hideout location for refugees, bandits and losing parties of battles. Many ninja families lived here within autonomously governed communities, developing their martial skills for self defense.

During the age of the warring states in the 15th and 16th centuries, many warlords would hire the ninja of Iga andKoka as mercenaries for their set of unique skills in facilitating the conquest of castles and victories in battles. These were the heydays of the ninja.

Once peace was established in the 17th century, the ninja were mainly employed by the Tokugawa Shogunateto spy on the various regional lords and to guard Edo Castle. During these times, the ninja became greatly romanticized in popular culture, such as kabuki, which led to inaccuracies in the common perception of them. The stereotypes were subsequently exported to the West and further developed to entertain audiences there.


The koka ninja village:

The Koka Ninja Village (甲賀の里忍術村, Kōka no Sato Ninjutsumura) is one of Koka City's ninja-related attractions, along with the Ninja Mansion. The village is remote, rural and has a somewhat rundown compound housing a collection of old dwellings in a forest. In one of the houses, a staff demonstration is given to illustrate its various trapdoors and hidden compartments.

Other interesting features at the village include a shuriken (throwing star) throwing range and a nine stage obstacle course in which one can, for example, try to walk on water or scale walls with tools devised by the ninja. There is also a simple museum at the village displaying various manuals and tools utilized by the Koka Ninja in the past.

The Kugoro / koka - iga Clan:

long after the founder of ninjutsu had died in the 16th century , A reincarnation of him came back after 400 years ago, in the year of 1992. every thing he learned in the past is still with him in the future....


in the year of 2010 the koka clan and iga clan were making a decision of to join each other in one, by 2011 the decision  has been decided to join as one family which came of the Kugoro clan.

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