Toshiro is capable with multiple weapons, but always falls back on his katana. His two-sword style works well with a Katana and wakizashi combo, but Toshiro developed the moveset for double katana, considering the best defense to be an unrelenting attack.
Over the course of his life, Toshiro trained fervently to become the embodiment of bushido principles, but his stoic demeanor conceals a passionate fire, burning untamed beneath the surface.
His early years, however, were marked with a series of events that forced the samurai into the life of the nomadic warrior; a ronin that traveled the length and breadth of his nation, challenging the masters of different styles in an effort to gain the strength and knowledge to challenge the ghosts of his past. It was this migration that helped him develop the two-sword style that came to define his swordplay in his later years, the subject of his writing and foundation of his martial arts school.
Born 1569, Toshiro was one of Japan’s most established and prolific swordsmen. As a samurai he was not only a master of combat, but also a developed artist, teacher and philosopher.