Add in the marines and the total wearing uniforms is still no more than 25, to 30, Perhaps with a similar number of civilian employees. In a prolonged major war this would expand greatly.
A major plot parallels the slaying of the eight-headed serpent, Yamata no Orochi by the Shinto god Susanoorecreated as the characters of Orochi and Susano, respectively, within the game.
If the player depletes their power by overuse of the celestial brush, Amaterasu will temporarily revert to this mundane white form. Issunan arrogant, inch-tall "wandering artist" seeking out the thirteen Celestial Brush techniques for himself, accompanies Amaterasu whom he calls "Ammy" or "furball"and serves as a guide, dialogue proxy and as comic relief.
He grows in character along with Ammy throughout the game, becoming her true friend, inspiration and eventually her savior. Yami is also the ruler of the demons. Before battle, he drains Amaterasu of her powers and leaves her as a plain white wolf. Amaterasu regains her powers throughout the fight, but, after the fourth round, Yami destroys them all again and leaves Amaterasu in a near-dead state.
However, when Issun gets everyone to believe in Amaterasu before the fifth and final round, she changes into her most powerful form and battles Yami, vanquishing him forever.
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In the final battle, Yami also has a huge clawed hand, which demonstrates the evil which comes from humans' hands. The word "Yami" means "darkness" in Japanese.
Two other characters also reappear several times within the quest. Waka appears to Amaterasu several times in the game as a beautiful young flute -playing man in costume resembling a tengu more precisely, a tengu dressed like a yamabushiwhich is a frequent tengu appearance.
He is aware of the goddess's true identity and foretells her future and at times battles with her.
Waka's dialogue, dropping French affectionate terms at times, conveys a sense of familiarity with Amaterasu, as it turns out that Waka is much older than he appears and has walked with Amaterasu on the Celestial Plain hundreds of years ago.
Orochi repeatedly has threatened Kamiki village, demanding a sacrifice of a young woman. Each of its eight heads is infused with a different elemental magic power, but the entire demon is susceptible to a special brew of sake available only at Kamiki Village, allowing Amaterasu to defeat it while in its stupor.
Throughout the game, the player encounters several other characters that are inspired from Japanese folklore. The foreground characters include the white wolf-goddess Amaterasu, the inch-high artist Issun, the mysterious swordsman Waka, and the warrior Susano. The game is set in a Nippon Japan based on Japanese folklore and begins in one hundred years in the past.
The narrator describes how the white wolf Shiranui and swordsman Nagi fought and sealed the eight-headed demon Orochi at the cave, to save Kamiki Village and Nagi's beloved maiden Nami. In the game's present, Nagi's descendant and self-proclaimed greatest warrior, Susanorefuses to believe in Nagi's legend and frees Orochi, who escapes and curses the lands, sapping the life from Nippon.
Sakuyathe wood sprite and guardian of Kamiki Village, calls forth Amaterasu, the sun goddess, known to the villagers as the reincarnation of the white wolf Shiranui, and asks her to remove the curse that covers the land.
Accompanied by the artist Issun an inch-high creature known as a PoncleAmaterasu begins to restore the land to its normal state.
Additionally, Amaterasu locates several Celestial Gods hidden in constellations, who bestow upon her their powers of the Celestial Brush to aid in her quest. After Amaterasu and Susano defeat Orochi to save Kushirecreating past events, Orochi's spirit floats northward. There, they work with the beautiful priestess Rao, the legendary submarine Dragon Kingdom, and the reclusive Queen Himiko to rid the coastline and city of Orochi's influence, including destroying a demonic plague and retrieving a mystical weapon from a sunken trading ship.
However, it is revealed that the real Rao was killed before Amaterasu arrived, and the Rao they had been working with was the demonic fox god, Ninetails, who murders Himiko before returning to her fortress on the elusive Oni Island.
Amaterasu and Issun eventually find and kill Ninetails, noticing that her spirit, like Orochi's, travels to the icy northern island of Kamui. The two decide to travel northward to find the source of the demons.
In Kamui, Amaterasu assists the Oina tribe to defeat two recently-revived demons, Lechku and Nechku, who were creating a deadly blizzard that threatened to destroy the island. In addition to this, Amaterasu discovers that Issun ran away from his home of Ponc'tan to escape his responsibility of being a Celestial Envoy - a messenger of the gods - and his abusive grandfather.
After defeating Lechku and Nechku, Amaterasu discovers the wreckage of a flying ship made of iron: Waka appears and reveals himself to be a member of the Moon Tribe, a long-living race who used the Ark to sail and escape from the Celestial Plain that Orochi invaded.
The demons attacked and killed the rest of the Celestials before the Ark fell to earth, releasing the demons upon the mortal world.
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Puzzles in Paper: Concepts in Historical Watermarks; Essays from the International Conference on the History, Function and Study of Watermarks, Roanoke, Virginia Daniel W. Mosser Michael Saffle.
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