A Busy Week

On Monday, I spoke to the Keitai Team about the tacticsCross-Site Scripting and Cross-Site Request Forgery flaws, and the kinds of attacks that can target themCross-Site Scripting and Cross-Site Request Forgery flaws, and the kinds of attacks that can target them and fighting styles of the Ayamari and the Hakkā clan, and how we can most effectively defeat them. Some of the measures we should take are things that the samurai would have to do in the forests and hillsides, but there are some important things we city fighters should be aware of, too. The other warriors seemed to appreciate my knowledge.

One in particular, named Satonori, had many other useful points to add. I have not mentioned him before, but he is skilled, and he has obviously been studying Hakkā tactics.

In the meantime, my week is flying by far too quickly. Seijun has alerted me to a series of enemies in Ichimen. I must identify and neutralize them by next Friday. Today I’m scouting, discovering who they are and where they’re located. Then I can strike hard and fast, and mop them up quickly. But that will have to wait for next week.

This weekend, there is a major celebration in Iga Province that Akane and I must prepare for. I’ll be leaving Ichimen earlier than usual. Then when I return on Monday, I’ll have to be as efficient and deadly on the rooftops as I’ve ever been before.

頑張ります!Pronounced “Ganbarimasu!”, this is Japanese for “I will do my best”, or “I will persevere and not give up”. It could even be likened, slightly, to “Charge!”Pronounced “Ganbarimasu!”, this is Japanese for “I will do my best”, or “I will persevere and not give up”. It could even be likened, slightly, to “Charge!”

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