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We are a feral dog game set in Japan, based off the Ginga Nagareboshi Gin and Ginga Densetsu Weed manga/animes (though you do not need to be familiar with either in order to play here!). You can read more about the game here. If you already have an account, login - otherwise feel free to create an account and join us!

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Koga Village

Located in a peaceful marsh lies the home of the Ninja Dogs of Koga. Dappled with abandoned teahouses in which the ninjas rest in, the area is fenced by a rich forest and a small lake in which become sanctuaries for the young, old, sick and healthy. The Koga Village, once sworn enemies of the Iga ninjas, have been transformed from the cannicbalistic dark ninjas into the more dominant good-willed warriors, closely tied with Ohu. It is located far into the east, isolated from most of the higher powers.

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there's a part of him y... - last post by Ichirou

Hokkaido

The second-largest island of Japan, Hokkaido is located far into the north. The center of the island contains a vast region of mountains and volcanic plateaus. A vast expanse of coastal plains are present in every direction. The island has cool summers and icy, snowy winters, high humidity always present in the air. This island has found to have been home to the Dogs of Hokkaido.

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this is the land that fough... - last post by Amaya

Mutsu

Located in the region of Honshu, Mutsu is the home of the four generals and their sons. They are staunch allies of Ohu and will send aid when called upon to do so. A mountainous, harsh area of the country; the land is rough and the weather often quite brutal.

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Rolling Down the Hole - last post by One Eye

Suzumushi Hollow

Serpentine chains of silver mist wind through the jade green tendrils of the weeping willow trees that watch over this hallowed ground. The earth is mossy and lush, characterized by its mix of rolling prairie and marshy lowland, and here and there rest piles of stone and crudely fashioned graves. Bordered on one side by the semicircle of trees, Suzumushi Hollow is perfect in its silence, broken only by the soft, poignant symphony of the bell crickets for which the fen is named.

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Liberate Tuteme, Save Yourself - last post by One Eye