Yukigakure :: Village hidden in the Snow

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  • ::- Hyouden Castle -::
    At the heart of the great Snow Village sits Hyouden Castle, a great fortress chosen to be the Yukikage's fortress. Archeologists discovered its ruins almost by accident while the construction of the new ninja village was already underway. Reconstruction was approved by the Emperor for use by the Yukikage, and now the refurnished building stands as a testament to the marvels of old and new engineering combined in its architecture.Kage: Kuroudo Hyuuga - Kiyoshi
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  • ::- The Great Snow Village -::
    Yuki was discovered and exhumed from its icy tomb ages ago upon its conception. It seems that the ancient people of the village were killed by a freak avalanche caused by a volcanic eruption in the now dormant mountain that stands above the village. Now the Village Hidden in the Snow serves as the military defense center of the Snow Empire. Training its elite Ninja, Guards, Police and the elite Archers that each play their role in defending the Snow Country's cities and borders.
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  • ::- Yuki no Kuni - The Great Provinces -::
    Outside the walls of the major cities, the Snow Empire boasts a variety of climates and landscapes. From the frozen glacial desert of the north, to the deciduous rain forest in the south, the four provinces are fun to discover for those who can keep their wits about them. Wild beasts of primitive and dangerous proportions loom in the corners of even its most barren wastelands, and the criminal elements are almost free to roam anyplace that is secluded from civilization.
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