Much to contemplate
For a long time now I have felt pity and shame over what transpired in Kosakura. My dishonor has driven me leagues away from home, and caused me to hide amongst the Gaijin in hopes that I would not be recognized. My paths have finally lead me to Tasker, while I wish to have him taste the edge of my blade I know it is not yet time. I have others to worry about, and I will not bring down the evils of Tasker upon my new found travelling companions. A few hours ago I met a fellow citizen of Odaku Seaport, he was taken by Tasker as an indentured servant and now forced into labor. They took his family and his life away from him. He asked the honorable thing and wanted me to end his life. While this is an honor that is given to one of my station, this is a different land, and while I still hold the title of Samurai, I am truly Ronin and masterless. All I could do is give him gold and ask him to spy for me. Perhaps this will give the man honor to work for a Samurai, give him faith that he will be exalted from this life of woe. Now as I head back to my bed, I find myself feeling fortunate for what I have. Poppy and I have a long road ahead of us, and while I think she is Kureijī for her visions of the future, at least it keeps her going. I still do not know what to make of the others, I am trying to form a friendship with Corwin and while I am fond of the boy, Yun still has much to learn. Well as they say Ashita wa nani o motarasudeshou
Session: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished - Friday, Aug 30 2013 from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM
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Kureijī = Crazy (as far as I can tell from Google...)

Ashita wa nani o motarasudeshou = Tomorrow I difficulty bring about seems (If you literally translate word for word - The translation actually almost makes sense)
Basically "What trouble will tomorrow bring"
and yes crazy... Halflings are not the most stable of folks, but neither are elves, dwarves, and gnomes.
lol I'm pretty sure Ku-re-ji is them just sounding out "crazy" in Katakana. Did it look like this: クレジ ?