THE WARRIORS OF KYOTO. - The warriors marched ever southwards from the capital at the bidding of their god and emperor. Over hill and boundless plains, through fetid swamps and across a great river they marched. But through their journeys they found many strange things. Ruins, ruins there were from an ancient and lost civilisation, japanese stories told of such places destroyed long ago by the tenno in a great and terrible war which set Japan wandering for a thousand, thousand years in the wastes. The city was strange, filled with marble pillars cracked and worn by time. Strange rusted metals of an unknown type sat on hard streets cracked, but made of a strange material. Trees sprouted throughout the cities ruins as they jorneyed, mindful of wild beasts and savages. After a long day the warriors came to a chamber, above whoms door was written these faded words in a strange language WA _ _ _ N_T_N DC CAP_T_L OF A_ _ _ IC_. The warriors marvelled at the ravages of time on a once proud and haughty civilisation, for in the mists of time all of mans achievements is but dust in the wind. Past the chamber the warriors came to a strange and darkened chamber on which sat a strange contraption, and a round shiny ring on a pedestal. Isoroku Yamamoto, leader of the warrior band took the disk and looked at it, it would make a good ornament for his wife. However he looked at the contraption and saw a flat indentation on its side with an image of the ring above it. putting the strange flat ring down he poked around the hole and strangely, by magic a flat receptacle popped out of the side of the artefact. placing the ring down in the receptacle, his second pushed it in as the artefact crackled to life revealing images. They were fuzzy at first but eventually he recognised the swamps they just passed through, recognised the plains and the land around Kyoto, but more importantly they saw the name of a city to the south of the one who's ruins they now stood in... NEW YORK. It was a map! smiling Isoroku took the artefact and gestured to his men, they were heading to the ruins of this ancient city.