Set in Stone
The world moves by gold and might and through the centuries the Ueda Clan had proved themselves to be capable with both though with the changing tides, the leader of this noble clan saw it fit, despite arguments from his counselors, to align his house with that of a powerful clan from the West. The notion was unheard of but Sho Ueda saw profit and power in the alliance. He put so much faith in it that he willingly offered his first daughter to be married to the only heir to the Torelle Clan. It was a union that would cement the agreement. And a union that never came to be.
Wars have come and gone. Cities build, destroyed and rebuilt. And now Sho Ueda had heard news of events in a city in the eastern part of the United States that had prompted him to ask for a meeting with Marcus Torelle.
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