IT IS THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY AND ALL JAPAN IS AT WAR.
The emperor is irrelevant. The shōgun is weak. Feudal warlords called “big names” have carved the nation into warring states. The bonds of friendship and loyalty fade and fall before towering ambition for conquest and glory.
The grand prize is none other than the unification of Japan under a single overlord. Perhaps all Asia is next.... [click here for more]
China calls you húlijīng, “fox spirit.” In Korea, you’re gumiho, “nine-tailed fox”—or you will be, when you grow up (if you ever grow up). But like every fox, you can transform into a beautiful human, or something between human and fox—though relatively few foxes bother with such things. What fascinates you about humans’ strange ambitions and bizarre customs? Perhaps you have sworn... [click here for more]