Bon j'avais arrêté mais du coup je change de topic...
Le Wiki au pif du jour (sans blague)... et je le laisse en anglais c'te fois-ci (attention potentiels spoilers de période pour les joueurs qui joue encore il y a mille ans dans la storyline :p)
Bishamon was the Fortune of Strength and one of the Seven Fortunes. Rokugani saw him as their protecting deity, and often asked for his blessings before a battle. There were countless temples and shrines devoted to Bishamon, but the most famous one, Bishamon Seido was located in Lion Clan lands.
Bishamon was a large man, who clutched a miniature model of a great castle, carved in perfect detail. If one looked closely enough, there almost seemed to be little people moving about inside. He wore a heavy samurai armor and wielded a naginata made of silver.
Blessings and Curses
When Bishamon intervened was on a dramatic scale. Unfortunately, he could also be unpredictable towards those in whom he had taken an interest, whether they were blessed or cursed. If Bishamon felt that someone under his scrutiny had been weak or dishonorable, he might arrange for a suitable test of their courage.
Temples to Bishamon
Monks that served the temples to Bishamon were allowed to marry and had families. The direct descendants of Shinsei were hidden within them, and only to make themselves known when it became necessary to gather the Thunders once more.
Invasion of the Celestial Heavens
Bishamon fought Akuma no Oni during the Invasion of the Celestial Heavens. In 1160 the invasion was halted when the words of Hantei Naseru tricked Fu Leng into distrusting Daigotsu, whose faith was the source of Fu Leng's power. Taking advantage of this moment of weakness, Bishamon deprived Fu Leng of the Emma-O's Spear, and Hoshi pushed him back to the gates of Tengoku. Fu Leng was once again confronted by the Seven Thunders and decided to retreat.
Bishamon favored the Master of Air, Isawa Nakamuro. In 1165 he granted the shugenja with a spear to fight Iuchiban in the Siege of Gisei Toshi.
Death of Rosoku
Rosoku, the heir of Shinsei, had been murdered and it angered Bishamon. In 1167 the Fortune appeared in Kagoki, the most fertile Scorpion village and razed much of the farmlands for their inability to protect him. The Scorpion faced starvation as a result. Since that the area was called Bishamon's Curse.