kojinōmi

Kojinōmi are the keepers of the dead, the men and women who step out of society for brief periods of time to cremate the dead according to the rituals of the desert and then return the blessed remains so the clans can grieve.

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0100-01 Sand and Ash 26: Return to Wamifuko City 0100-01 Sand and Ash 31: An Unexpected Role 0100-01 Sand and Ash 32: Forbidden Words 0100-01 Sand and Ash 33: Cremation 0100-01 Sand and Ash 34: Unshed Tears 0100-01 Sand and Ash 35: His First Words 0100-01 Sand and Ash 36: Running Together 0100-02 Sand and Bone 1: Running Away 0100-02 Sand and Bone 2: Cowardice Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 3: Exhaustion 0100-02 Sand and Bone 4: The Morning Before Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 5: Halfway There 0100-02 Sand and Bone 6: Kosobyo City 0100-02 Sand and Bone 7: Broken Silence Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 8: Alone Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 9: Greatness Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 10: Westerners Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 11: Recovering 0100-02 Sand and Bone 12: The Offer 0100-02 Sand and Bone 13: Voting 0100-02 Sand and Bone 14: Presents 0100-02 Sand and Bone 15: Banyosiōu 0100-02 Sand and Bone 16: A Second Wind 0100-02 Sand and Bone 17: Splitting Up 0100-02 Sand and Bone 18: Brothers 0100-02 Sand and Bone 19: Nightmares Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 21: The Dying 0100-02 Sand and Bone 22: Old Ways 0100-02 Sand and Bone 24: Declaration of War Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 25: Sneaking Out 0100-02 Sand and Bone 26: A Long Night 0100-02 Sand and Bone 28: Smoke and Honor 0100-02 Sand and Bone 31: Wind's Teeth Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 33: Pabinkue Mikáryo Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 34: One Last Time Referenced 0100-02 Sand and Bone 35: Shimusogo Valley Referenced