Abumiguchiby Gregory Stoffel

Abumiguchi
鐙口
あぶみぐち

Translation: stirrup mouth

Abumiguchi were once stirrups belonging to a warrior who fell in battle. The stirrups were left on the battlefield, forgotten.
Upset at losing their purpose, a soldier’s implements can transform into tsukumogami (In Japanese folklore, tsukumogami are tools that have acquired a kami or spirit).
Like faithful hounds, Abumiguchi wait in the fields for their masters, who will sadly never return.

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