Japanese:Complete Parchment

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Complete Parchment
Complete Parchment
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The content of the previous three, in one easy scroll for easier carrying.
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Village heads

Shuken しゅくん: Lord. This man lives in a walled fort in which he rules his people from. He comes out to patrol and kill monsters. He will also defend his village to the death and kill anyone who endangers his village.

Kokushi こくし: Overseer. The Kokushi will run a a village from the imperial office. He makes the village work hard and encourages them to pray. He also demands high taxes from the villagers but they are very religious and at peace with themselves so there are no complaints.

Chōkan ちょうかん: Chief. This man is really a peasant but the Japanese need plenty of food so someone has to lead an agricultural village. He is one of the elders chosen to lead the village. He will give advice to the villagers on farming techniques and defend it from monsters.

Touji: Chief Brewer. This qualified artisan produces sake, whose renown ensures the prosperity of his trading village.


Jojoufu じょじょうふ: Brave woman. This is the wife of a guard or soldier. She will do normal tasks such as farming in the fields or making thatch. But when the men are out fighting she gets tasked with defending the village to her last breath. Be careful how you look at her as one wrong movement of the eyes and you've had it.

Reifujin れいふじん: Lady. This women is the wife of a rich man usually the village leader. She tries to make herself look beautiful and doesn't do much else... at all.

Kuramoto: Woman Brewer. This specialist of sake production works with her husband at the brewery.

Tsuma つま: Wife. These women do the tasks that the men don't want to do like tend to the fields, make thatch and cook food. This is boring, backbreaking work but they can't complain without certain repercussions. However without these women the village will starve.


Kikori きこり: Lumberman. This man knows his trees and knows which ones to cut down for building. He raises each tree from a sapling till they are tall enough to be chopped down for wood. He will also take part in raiding other villages.

Saikushi さいくし: Craftsman. This man creates paper from rice and makes paper walls from that. he will also make timber frames for the village as well. Without him the village will look horribly dull and there will be nothing to distract people raiding the village as they pass through.

Hyakushou ひゃくしょう: Wheat farmer. This man plants wheat on his farm to store for food. He has his own plot of land and looks after it well.

Kaji かじ: Army smith. The Kaji is a soldier himself. Skilled in the art of crafting weapons and armour he has been given the position of blacksmith to make weapons that do not break on impact and armour that can stop the sharpest of weapons.

Kajiya かじや: Smith. The Kajiya is a villager that knows his way around a furnace and how to make the tools for everyday jobs in the village. This man can get very wealthy if his tools are quality and have a high demand.

Bushi ぶし: Warrior. The Bushi class are all the educated warriors in a Heian period army. They go to war with other villages and have a Yumi Bow or a Tachi Sword as their weapons. They show no mercy and accept any challenge.

Keibou けいぼう: Guard. The Keibou guards the village from invaders. They can also go to war with other villages if needs be. They have a Yumi Bow or a Tachi Sword as their weapons. I wouldn't mess with these guys.

Chounin ちょうにん: Merchant. The Chounin trades goods (building materials, food etc) with other villages and gets much needed goods in return. After a long day traveling the Chounin likes to relax in the hospitable Inn.

Ryoushi りょうし: Fisherman. Ryoushi are the fishermen in the village and go fishing in the lake outside his house. The Ryoushi sometimes has no luck fishing and can't reach his daily quota.

Koufu こうふ: Miner. The Koufu slaves away mining stone and sand. He also makes glass from sand and stone from cobblestone with his furnace.

Souryo そうりょ: Monk. The Souryo is a very respectable man and knows the way of Buddhism deeply. Villagers come to this man for advice on how to be at peace with themselves.

Noufu のうふ: Peasant. Peasants build buildings in the village and farm on the rice paddy. He will also slaughter chickens for food. There is no rest for the peasants.


Danshi だんし: Teen boy. Old enough to move in to a building and have their own profession. Every Danshi dreams of becoming a warrior but most of the time thier dream doesn't come true.

Jou じょう: Teen girl. She is old enoungh to move away from home and get married where she will then use the skills she learnt from her mother in the real world.

Otokonoko おとこのこ: Boy. Plays around the village and slower grows older.

Onnanoko おんなのこ: Girl. Plays around the village and slower grows older.

Village centres

Shuudannoujou: Big Farm. The center of an Agricultural village where the farmer and his wife live. The Villagers bring crops, wood, and stone to the Shuudannoujou.

Bousai: Fort. This building houses the Shuken and his wife and can be upgraded into a mighty stronghold with walls and watchtowers.

Kumonjo: Imperial office. The Japanese would build huge Imperial Offices to center their villages. The Overseer and his Wife reside here, keeping watch over the village day and night. All building plans for the village are fabricated here, as well as additional plans and proposals.

Tsukurizakaya: Sake Brewery. This complex structure is dedicated to producing the famous sake from rice. The Chief Brewer and his wife work there, and around the brewery a trading village has developed.


Shoko: Archives. This building has all the information on the villagers in the village.

Tansetsu: Army Forge. A Tansetsu can make All Japanese military weapons and Armour. They can make the Tachi Sword and the lethal Yumi Bow. They can also make a variety of Japanese Armour. They need a man to be the Smith to make the weapons and a wife to sell it.

Tansetsu: Smith. This is the place where Iron tools are made and sold. The Kajiya makes the tools needed to do other jobs faster. The player can also buy tools here.

Shugi Ie: Crafting House. Produces and sells Paper from rice, it also produces paper walls to be sold in the main building and Timber frames.

Gyogyo and Tsuribori: Fishery. The Ryoushi, or Fisherman, spends his time at this building to catch fish for the village.

Kodachi: Grove. The Japanese Kikori cuts down trees here.

Shijin: Inn. This is where traders come and rest after they have travelled from another village carrying goods.

Daidokoro: Kitchen. This is where the food is cooked and Udon is made. It also sells chicken and fish.

Kikori Koya: Lumbermans Hut. This is the house in which the Lumberman and his wife reside. He chops wood, brings it home, and the wife delivers it to the village center.

Bourou: Lookout Tower. The Lookout Tower is more a decorative building which is built mostly at the edges of the village. But its main reason for being built is so the guards can see enemies approaching from afar.

Suiden: Rice paddy. The villagers plant rice on this field. It is cultivated by peasants and women, . Women bring the rice to the centre, where it can be bought by the player.

Buttou: Pagoda. This is where the villagers come to pray and its where the Souryo lives.

Noufu Ie: Peasants House. This is the home where the Peasant and his wife lives.

Saisekijou: Quarry. This is where the Koufu and his wife lives. Stone is mined from here and delivered back to the village center.

Heisha: Guards House. In this house lives a warrior or guard with his wife.

Noujou Nojo: Wheat Farm. This is where The farmer and his wife lives. He will gather and grow wheat here.

Decorative Buildings

Ike: Pond A decorative building that is nice to walk through.

Soushi: Shinto Shrine. This little shrine is used by the villagers for their prayers.

Denier. When the Japanese come to this new land they changed their currency to the denier. It comes in three values: Denier (bronze), Denier Argent (silver) worth 64 regular ones, and Denier Or (gold) worth 64 silver ones.
Food items

Rice. Bland and tasteless but the Japanese harvest it like there's no tomorrow. If the japanese have rice in their chests they have more children. It is also used in the making of paper.

Udon. This mysterious food item is made by the japanese in their kitchen.

Sake. This rice alcohol produced only in trading villages gives life back to the player and increases conception chances amoung villagers.

Tools & Weapons

Tachi sword. This sword does the same damage as the iron sword but does critical hits with 3X damage. Its good at taking down tough enemies.

Yumi Bow. Bigger than the English longbow this was and is still the largest bow in history with some being 2.2 metres long. This bow shoots further and faster this gives greater accuracy over a long distance. It also reloads faster and does more damage than a normal bow.

Keiko Armour. This is the Soldier's armour similar to chain mail armour with leather in between. It's as strong as iron armour and more durable. it is made out of iron and leather.

O-Yoroi Armour. This armour comes in two designs one being red and the other blue. This is stronger than iron armour and as durable as diamond. the village leaders wear this armour.

Construction & Decoration

Thatch. This is made out of wheat and is used for the roofs of buildings. Its also rather comfy to sleep on.

Paper Wall. This is a thin sheet of paper stretched by four sticks. Light can shine through it but you can't see through it. It is for decorating buildings. It is made from paper and the paper is made fro rice.

Timber Frames. The Japanese make Plain and cross timber frames for their buildings. It is made from dirt and dark wood.


Japanese Villagers. A parchment outlining the various kinds of villagers that will probably kill you if you touch one them.

Japanese Buildings. A description of the different buildings you can see the villagers get stuck making.

Japanese Items. Your reading it right now.

Complete Japanese Scroll. The content of the previous three, in one easy scroll for easier carrying.