List of The Story of Saiunkoku Characters

List Of The Story Of Saiunkoku Characters

The following is a list of characters from the light novel, anime and manga series, The Story of Saiunkoku.

Read more about List Of The Story Of Saiunkoku Characters:  The Hong Clan, The Ran Clan, The Heki Clan, The Hyō Clan

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... Jin Shiba (司馬迅, Shiba Jin?), known also as Shun (隼?), is a prisoner on death row for patricide and is Jyusan-hime's ex-fiance ... Jin is one of the many assassins sent after her and Shūrei Hong after he was released from prison and being pardoned by the three oldest Ran brothers ...

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