The Western Commorancy

The Western Commorancy combines the Monkey and the Mantis, rooted in the elements of Wood and Metal.

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Taking the roots of what has been learned time and again, that no matter what man makes, nature improves upon. A major component of the philosophy of the Western Commorancy is that sometimes one has to move to stay in place. Too strong of a resistance allows the enemy to learn ones weakness, while giving a little may reveal the enemies. Give and take is not choosing the best option, but using both and knowing the difference.

A tree withstands the strongest of storms by swaying and giving, the sturdiest of building fights against itself in the storm.



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