Silvery phantoms fly about her blurred form. When she brings her flashing twin blades to rest, the wooden men surrounding her remain still for a moment, and then all at once they fall to hundreds of cleanly cut pieces.
An elderly man, hunched over an ivory cane, peers out from the shadows of a wide-brimmed hat. "Your training is nearly complete Moriko, only one task remains." The old man speaks in a wavering voice, "You must kill me and win your place as my heir."
"Master, no I can't do that," the young ninja cries.
"Do not dishonor yourself and your bloodline girl!"
"I can't... I won't... I won't fight you master. The old ways are flawed. It doesn't have to be like this! I won't fight you!"
"You will fight or you will die," the old man growls. Moriko lays her blades at her feet and crosses her arms behind her back. "Foolish girl!" the old man shouts as he draws a blade hidden within the shaft of his cane and dashes forward with unexpected grace and speed. "You are not worthy!" He brings his blade down on the girl, but it tastes only air, the girl vanishes from beneath it.
- Life: 4
- Move: 6
- Range: 1
- Attack: 4
- Defense: 4
- Points: 110
- Phantom Walk:
Moriko can move through all figures and is never attacked when leaving an engagement.
- Saber Storm Special Attack: Range 1. Attack 1, 2 or 3
Moriko starts each turn with 6 attack dice. Choose any adjacent figure and attack by rolling 1, 2 or 3 attack dice. Moriko may keep making special attacks with 1, 2 or 3 attack dice until she has rolled all 6 attack dice. Moriko may target the same or different figures with each attack.
- Acolarh: Ullar's Amulet
As a unit that follows Ullar, Moriko may benefit from Acolarh's Ullar's Amulet ability.
Moriko is a squad killer, especially a Samurai-Killer, because her special attack bypasses counterstrike. She is basically a melee version of Major Q9 combined with Agent Carr. Her ability to attack multiple times as well as multiple targets makes her even better then Brunak in this regard and her Phantom Walk power allows her to get to where she is needed with relative ease.