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Thread: Vagabond by Inoue Takehiko

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    Re: Vagabond by Inoue Takehiko

    Quote Originally Posted by Drmke View Post
    I loved this chapter. And honestly, I've really enjoyed Farmland. It's been a very interesting change of pace, though obviously I'm excited to see Kojiro again and hopefully the epic, final fight
    It was certainly a necessary arc and is basically all done by Inoue. The arc in the manga is way more philosophical and introspective than the book in that particular chapter, not to forget that Shuusaku is also created by Inoue.
    Now it is gonna be interesting to see how much he is going to adapt from the Kokura chapters since there is still a lot he could do, he could also move directly to the fight against Kojiro though.

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    Re: Vagabond by Inoue Takehiko

    I have a question, it's about the real Takezo!
    Did he actually kill all the 70 Yoshioka men or it was an add from Inoue! If there any source that will be great
    Thanks


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    Re: Vagabond by Inoue Takehiko

    I watched a documentary (it's in youtube) and the 70 men were also mentioned.

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    I have a question, it's about the real Takezo!
    Did he actually kill all the 70 Yoshioka men or it was an add from Inoue! If there any source that will be great
    Thanks
    Musashi challenged Yoshioka Seijūrō, master of the Yoshioka School, to a duel. Seijūrō accepted, and they agreed to a duel outside Rendaiji in Rakuhoku, in the northern part of Kyoto on 8 March 1604. Musashi arrived late, greatly irritating Seijūrō. They faced off, and Musashi struck a single blow, per their agreement. This blow struck Seijūrō on the left shoulder, knocking him out, and crippling his left arm. He apparently passed on the headship of the school to his equally accomplished brother, Yoshioka Denshichirō, who promptly challenged Musashi for revenge. The duel took place in Kyoto outside a temple, Sanjūsangen-dō. Denshichirō wielded a staff reinforced with steel rings (or possibly with a ball-and-chain attached), while Musashi arrived late a second time. Musashi disarmed Denshichirō and defeated him. This second victory outraged the Yoshioka family, whose head was now the 12-year old Yoshioka Matashichiro. They assembled a force of archers, musketeers and swordsmen, and challenged Musashi to a duel outside Kyoto, near Ichijō-ji Temple. Musashi broke his previous habit of arriving late, and came to the temple hours early. Hidden, Musashi assaulted the force, killing Matashichiro, and escaping while being attacked by dozens of his victim's supporters. To escape and fight off his opponents he was forced to draw his second sword and defend himself with a sword in each hand. This was the beginning of his niten'ichi sword style. With the death of Matashichiro, this branch of the Yoshioka School was destroyed.

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