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Three White Tenants, One Asian Landlord: A Story About Opportunity
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To defeat the Octo Samurai, the player must destroy his weapon. To do this, they must first bombard the boss with ink attacks until he pops, similar to a defeated Inkling or Octoling. After his "ghost" flies away, his Octocycle will flip over and expose its tentacle weak point. In the first part of the battle, the boss will fling its Splat Roller in a similar fashion to the Inkling version, but with a very wide range due to its larger size. The Samurai can also get on top of his weapon and charge towards the player, this is when he uses the Octocycle, leaving behind a wide trail of ink; if he gets a direct hit, it's an instant splat.
He is a reckless samurai who wants to avenge his master's death, as well as find who caused the destruction of his village. Samurai Asshole's master was invited as the guest of honor to a dinner by three religious leaders. He died when he accidentally choked on his chicken. While the temple guards apologized for what happened, S'asshole chose to avenge his death by killing them.
Wikimedia Commons A traditional Onna-bugeisha, holding a naginata. Long before the western world began to view samurai warriors as inherently male, there existed a group of female samurai, women warriors every bit as powerful and deadly as their male counterparts. They were known as the Onna-bugeisha. They were trained in the same way men were, in self-defense and offensive maneuvers. They were even trained to use a weapon specifically designed for women, to allow them better balance given their smaller stature, called a Naginata.