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| name  = Shukun
 
| english = Lord
 
| english = Lord
 
| image = File:Japanese-Shukun.png
 
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| spouse = [[Japanese:Reifujin|Reifujin]]
 
| spouse = [[Japanese:Reifujin|Reifujin]]
 
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Shuken are Lords of Military forts and villages. They are seen wearing Japanese armour and are skilled fighters.
 
  
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{{Quote|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.|[[Japanese:Villagers Parchment]]}}
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==Lord==
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The Shukun rule [[Japanese:Gunjiteki Mura|Japanese military villages]] from [[Japanese:Bousai|Forts]]. They are seen wearing Japanese armour and are skilled fighters.
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==Trivia==
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*The correct spelling of the villager's name should be "Shukun" (and not "Shuken", as the [[Japanese:Villagers Parchment|Villagers Parchment]] states), which literally translates to "Lord".
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**The data files indicate that the English name of the Shukun is "Samurai General".
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:06, 8 July 2018

Shukun
(Lord)
Shukun
SpouseReifujin
Found inBousai


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.
Japanese:Villagers Parchment

Lord[edit]

The Shukun rule Japanese military villages from Forts. They are seen wearing Japanese armour and are skilled fighters.

Trivia[edit]

  • The correct spelling of the villager's name should be "Shukun" (and not "Shuken", as the Villagers Parchment states), which literally translates to "Lord".
    • The data files indicate that the English name of the Shukun is "Samurai General".