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CHARACTER STATS (BASIC/MAX)
精神
State of Mind
Stable
攻撃
Attack
96 / 742
防御
Defense
113 / 876
回避
Evasion
10 / 80
技術
Technique
40 / 320
天才
Talent
44 / 324

Aesthetics
40 / 320
主題
Theme
46 / 326
真実
Realism
40 / 320
PROFILE

文豪には珍しいストイックの塊の理想主義者。
発現は人生を悟りすぎていて難解に聞こえるが、それは人間の業への悩みが尽きないためらしい。お金や名声といった俗世間的な欲とは無縁らしく質素な生活を貫こうとするので周囲は苦労する。
かつては理想のために情熱的に生きていた時期もあったらしい。

An idealist with a stoic spirit, quite rare among writers.
His revelations about life are just so enlightening that they sound like mumbo jumbo, however apparently this is in order to preserve his unending anguish towards human karma. He attempts to live a modest life to dissociate himself with wealth and renown and such worldly desires, so those around him are troubled.
It seems he formerly had a period of time where he lived with strong passion for his ideals.


Trivia


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  • He was born as Nakazato Yanosuke to a rice farmer family as second son (his older brother died early on). Childhood he spent in tough and poor environment due to his father losing their land and changing profession.
  • After graduating from school, he took up telephone operator work and substitute teacher position in his alma mater to support his family.
    • Around this time he became a fan of Matsumura Kaiseki, founder of Doukai (a religious movement or even "new religion" mixing up teachings of Christianity, Confucianism and Taoism), which inspired his pen-name "Kaizan".
  • It is said that he brought Japan's popular literature to new age with his famous work "The Sword of Doom", which he however, never properly finished writing.
  • Kaizan spent his whole life unmarried and alone, under rather simplistic and stoic circumstances. He stated that meanwhile he didn't think bad about women, love was no good and only damaged one's soul.
    • For example during the writing of "The Sword of Doom", he lived in small room the size of six tatamis (roughly ten square meters) and ate simple food consisting of vegetables.
  • He died of typhoid fever at age of 59.
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