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Kunoichi Tanto
Tanto

Origin

Edo Period

Type

Tanto blade

Effects

Heightens the user's senses and reflexes

Downsides

User will seek out the male in charge of any building/business she enters.

Activation

Female touch (Will not affect males)

Collected by

Consultant Tyler Lepido

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

1045-181

Shelf

4863-1995-213

Date of Collection

10-9-12

[Source]


Edo Period: JapanEdit

During the Edo Period, when ninjas weren't the right tool for the job, Shoguns would turn to the female varity of the assassins, known as Kunoichis. These assassins are able to slip in and out of important areas without drawing attention by disguising themselves as maids and cleaners. When it came to weapons, they depended on smaller daggers and blades such as the tanto.

While the owner of this tanto has been lost to history, this particular blade absorbed its master's willingness to kill people in power as well as her skilled ninja training.

Today: WarehouseEdit

The tanto was recovered during the Euro meltdown when CEOs were being found killed in their offices and no one saw the killer going in or out. The Warehoue was called in and it was found that a woman who was heavy in debt had inherited the dagger from her grandmother and was using it to seek revenge against the banks she had debts to.

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