Rokugan

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Rokugan is the Japan like setting of Legend of the Five Rings. It was briefly an official Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting via the third edition version of Oriental Adventures. It was a third party D&D setting for a bit longer via Rokugan d20 after Wizards of the Coast lost the rights to the setting.

Social Structure[edit]

There are nine major clans in Rokugan, with seven original clans and two added on later. There are also many minor clans that no one gives a shit about. All of them were given their rented land by the (Emperor), in exchange for basically making him superior to everyone else. The Emperor has declared that the entire world is his to claim. The citizens and rulers of the Burning Sands and Ivory Kingdoms are still pretty salty about the whole thing.

Third Party Dungeons & Dragons Campaign Settings
Basic D&D: Wilderlands of High Fantasy
AD&D: Kingdoms of Kalamar
3rd/3.5 Edition: Avadnu - Blue Rose - Dawnforge - Diamond Throne - Dragonmech
Dragonstar - Golarion - Iron Kingdoms - Kingdoms of Kalamar
Larisnar - Midgard - Midnight - Ptolus - Rokugan - Scarred Lands
Spellslinger - Wilderlands of High Fantasy - World of Farland
4th Edition: Kingdoms of Kalamar - Midgard - Midnight - World of Farland
5th Edition: Arkadia - Askis - Black Iron - Blue Rose - Brancalonia
Chronicles of Aeres - Fallen Camelot - Grim Hollow
Humblewood - Iron Kingdoms - Midgard - Mists of Akuma
Numenera - Odyssey of the Dragonlords - Primeval Thule
Ptolus - Scarred Lands - Seas of Vodari - Svilland
Thrones & Bones - Vast Kaviya - World of Farland