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{{Nation
| image             = [[File:Shokuro flag.jpg|100px|Flag of Shokuro]]
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| image     = [[File:Shokuro flag.jpg|100px|Flag of Shokuro.]]
| name             = Shokuro
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| name       = Shokuro
| titles           = Kingdom of Exiled Samurai
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| land      =
| alignment         = [[Lawful neutral]]
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| titles     = Kingdom of Exiled [[Samurai]]
| capital           = [[Mukinami]]
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| alignment = [[Lawful neutral]]
| ruler             = [[Shokuro Toriaka]]
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| capital   = [[Mukinami]]
| government       = Shogunate
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| ruler     = [[Shokuro Toriaka]]
| natives           =  
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| government = Shogunate
| adjective         =  
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| natives   =  
| languages         = [[Elven]], [[Minkaian]], [[Tien]]
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| adjective =  
| religions         = [[Abadar]], [[Daikitsu]], [[General Susumu]], [[Pharasma]], [[Shizuru]]
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| languages = [[Elven]], [[Minkaian]], [[Tien]]
| regionmap         =  
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| religions = [[Abadar]], [[Daikitsu]], [[General Susumu]], [[Pharasma]], [[Shizuru]]
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| regionmap =
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| imagesof  = Shokuro
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| source    = [[Dragon Empires Gazetteer]]
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| page      = 38
 
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The [[Successor States|Successor State]] of '''Shokuro''' was once the breadbasket of [[Lung Wa|Imperial Lung Wa]]. After the empire's collapse, the leaders of its four provinces fought amongst each other for supremacy, until the land's once fertile fields were destroyed. In its weakened state, the people of Shokuro could not properly defend themselves when [[Lingshen]] armies invaded soon thereafter. The victors forced the people back into the fields, inflicting terrible cruelties upon them to keep them in line. They eventually united under a banished [[Minkai]]an lord and drove the occupying armies back to Lingshen.<ref name="DEG-38">{{cite book/Dragon Empires Gazetteer|38}}</ref>
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The [[Successor States|Successor State]] of '''Shokuro''' was once the breadbasket of [[Lung Wa|Imperial Lung Wa]]. After the empire's collapse, the leaders of its four provinces fought amongst each other for supremacy, until the land's once fertile fields were destroyed. In its weakened state, the people of Shokuro could not properly defend themselves when [[Lingshen]]ese armies invaded soon thereafter. The victors forced the people back into the fields, inflicting terrible cruelties upon them to keep them in line. They eventually united under a banished [[Minkan]] lord and drove the occupying armies back to Lingshen.<ref name="DEG-38">{{Cite book/Dragon Empires Gazetteer|38}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:19, 30 July 2019

Shokuro
Flag of Shokuro.
(Nation)
Titles Kingdom of Exiled Samurai
Alignment Lawful neutral
Capital Mukinami
Ruler Shokuro Toriaka
Government Shogunate
Languages Elven, Minkaian, Tien
Religions Abadar, Daikitsu, General Susumu, Pharasma, Shizuru
Images of Shokuro

Source: Dragon Empires Gazetteer, pg(s). 38

The Successor State of Shokuro was once the breadbasket of Imperial Lung Wa. After the empire's collapse, the leaders of its four provinces fought amongst each other for supremacy, until the land's once fertile fields were destroyed. In its weakened state, the people of Shokuro could not properly defend themselves when Lingshenese armies invaded soon thereafter. The victors forced the people back into the fields, inflicting terrible cruelties upon them to keep them in line. They eventually united under a banished Minkan lord and drove the occupying armies back to Lingshen.[1]

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