Events in 1831
Pidòhu Dòhu is a weak, intellectual teenager that grew up among the Shimusògo clan. He is observant and educated, but otherwise dismissed by most of the couriers of the Shimusògo.
Pidòhu was an intelligent young man but with very few notable physical abilities. He learned to read at an early age and enjoyed the odd books that the couriers would bring as gifts to him.
During the events of Sand and Blood, Pidòhu was the only one slower than Rutejìmo. He struggled to keep up and the two week journal to the Wind’s Teeth almost killed him. He survived because Desòchu, Gemènyo and Chimípu helped him along, keeping him going when he couldn’t make it alone.
Even though they lived in the same valley, Rutejìmo didn’t like being near Pidòhu. There was something different about the younger teenager. He was thinner than anyone else, with long, skinny arms and legs. He looked like a leaf about ready to be torn from a branch. As far as Rutejìmo knew, Pidòhu had never won a race, never beaten anyone at wrestling. He was useless in a clan of couriers.
Most of the Shimusògo elders were worried about Pidòhu and his rite of passage. He had no talent of running and very little physical endurance. He was also weak and prone to intellectual interests instead of physical. Jyotekábi suspected that Pidòhu would become one of the Tateshyúso and joined the group of elders during the rites.
Pidòhu understood the purpose of being abandoned, but he also knew that knowledge of the rites made it harder to “connect” to the powers of a clan spirit. One reason the elders refused to talk about it was to ease the process. This also meant that Pidòhu would suffer the most to find the clan spirit and he did when he broke his arm and then became sick from blood lose and weakness.
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