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EtymologyEdit

The surname of Fūma is popularly associated with the Fūma Clan of ninja. Fūma translates as "wind demon." Though having served throughout the ages since the Nanbokucho period, their exploits were most famous during the times of Sengoku under the employ of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The clan was renowned for their focus on controlled chaos and acts of sabotage, from psychologically goading opposing forces into attacking each other, to hiring pirates, thieves, brigands, and thugs for diversions involving raids on villages of enemy territory. While they formally went by the surname of Kazama, it is popularly believed that they went with Fūma to befit their reputations as "demons of the wind", not unlike Fujin and Raijin, the demon gods of storms who were said to have reigned terror on men before their subduing into penance. Fūma Kotarō is the most famous of their clan, and is in fact a title name for every successor who came to be head of their ranks.

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