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Tomoe () was a master of the sword and Genichiro's mentor. Her fighting looked like dancing, and her eyes made one feel like they were being drawn into the depths of the ocean.

Lord Genichiro adopted her swordfighting style, the "School of Tomoe". After defeating him, you may speak with Isshin Ashina, and if you give him sake, he talks about Genichiro and how he mastered lightning from his mentor, Tomoe. Isshin also admits that he was so taken with Tomoe, and that led him the closest to death he'd ever come.

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Tomoe's Note

A note written in Tomoe's soft handwriting.

"Lord Takeru's coughts are worsening still; returning to the divine realm is hopeless, and I wish only to sever the Dragon's Heritage and restore his humanity. Restoration requires the Everblossom and Mortal Blade, and yet I cannot acquire the latter. It was hidden by the High Priest of Senpou Temple, who has no desire to sever the immortal ties..."

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Tomoe Gozen is the most famous female samurai in Japanese history, known for her physical strength and archery prowess. She was described as a beautiful and tall women who was the wife of Minamoto no Yoshinaka and his best warrior.