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Fuji by Admiralmonkeyman

Ash covers the land as snow. The embers of a forgotten time have died out. All that’s left is us and the dark.

Fuji takes cultural and mythological aspects from Eastern society and bundles it with original fiction. Sun goddesses, elder dragons, and magical powers galore. If you want to start reading without any predisposed knowledge of the story, avert your eyes now. With that in mind, let’s go into where we start this story— The sun goddess Amaterasu has . . .

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Tale of Yashima by T. A. Devlin

The battle to unite Yashima is just beginning.

Tale of Yashima is loosely based on the Sengoku era of Japan. The power of the shogunate has crashed, and the daimyos of Yashima are fighting for the survival of their clans and control of the land. However, they’re not the only ones. Yashima is a land where both man and yokai co-exist, and not always peacefully. As the daimyos . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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FUJI

Like A Rising Sun

By Hejin57, author of Music Masters

Dec 21, 2018: Fuji is an interesting, if not fully developed story about a man named Kenshi, who leads a storied life on a mystical island known as Nihon.

There’s a lot of promise to this story, and it particularly borrows from samurai fiction and other eastern works in stride. The prose is simple and to the point, which can be sometimes underwhelming especially at points where you find yourself just wanting to know about Kenshi as a character.

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