Enshibetsu (029)

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Enshibetsu

Characterized by expansive potato fields planted on areas cleared by logging Enshibetsu is also known for its hotsprings, though few are open to the public. Most are reserved for commercial use, with large, chakra-powered pipes pumping the spring water up from the underground and into containers for transportation and sale. The water is in high demand because of its healing properties and the settlements that control the reservoirs have grown wealthy from them.
 

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Coming from here

Arriving in Enshibetsu, Ryuu immedaitely noticed the large fields of potatoes. It reminded him of Hashiwara. Moving further into the land, he also observed that there were many hot springs in the area. It would have been nice to stop and soak in them, but he had urgent business. Perhaps on the way back...

Chakra: 1470 - 5 = 1465


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Spawning here with Jhin.

From a dark room the swaying of water could be heard and then ever so often a pleasant hum. The humming was to no tune in particular, but was rather a reflection of the source's mood, which was content. The voice's owner then rose from the body of water and wet feet could be heard across a wooden floor for a few more seconds. Moments later a cloaked figure emerged from a dilapidated shack with a lit cigarette poking from under its cowl. It was a lanky figure, slim and trim no doubt, with a certain elegant gait that just exuded excellence. This was none other than the outlaw, Khada Jhin--or at least that's what the police know him as for now.

With a pair of beady eyes he surveyed the vast worked fields on the horizon and wondered where he'd go next. This spot has passed its week mark and was useless now. He needed a new place to lie low. He made off toward the West.


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