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Katsura-Otoko
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"Who, but the moon, could so entrance?"

--The geisha Yuko Nasagi's dying words

Information
Alternate Names/Spellings 桂男, かつらおとこor Katsura Man
Origins Chinese and Japanese Mythology, Legend and Folklore
Alignment
Element Air/Wind/Sky, Darkness/Shadow, Gravity/Space/Void, Life/Death/Blood, Plant, Time
Species
Appearance (Often) a handsome face looking down from the moon...

Origin

The Katsura-Otoko is a creature with origins in Chinese mythology, legend and folklore. Later, it also gains connections to Japanese mythology, legend and folklore.

Appearance

Katsura otoko is an incomparably beautiful man who lives in the face of the moon. He appears on moonlit nights as gazes back down at those who gaze up at him. His beauty is said to be so enchanting that those who gaze at him find it difficult to turn away, even to their own peril.
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The spirit's true visage...

Behavior

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He tends to his tree without tire...

Abilities

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