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Rather Aged Notes are a set of interactable notes in the Tatarasuna area of Kannazuka around the Mikage Furnace. The notes expand on the lore of the Katsuragikiri Nagamasa weapon. It is unknown who wrote the notes.

Known Locations

  • Note #1 — On a box across the bridge leading northwest from the Mikage Furnace.
  • Note #2 — On the roof of a house located across the broken bridge leading southeast of the Mikage Furnace.
  • Note #3 — Inside the floating rock formation of the Mikage Furnace. You can access it by taking the bridge northwest of the floating rock formation into the formation and then turning left towards the boxes on the left wall.
  • Note #4 — On a wooden path to the left of the river beside the Mikage Furnace. It underneath of the bridge that is northeast of the floating rock formation.
  • Note #5 — On the floor in front of the shelves to the left of the oven northeast of the floating rock formation of the Mikage Furnace.
  • Note #6 — On the side of a crane perched on a hilltop, accessible by crossing a bridge leading west of the Mikage Furnace.

Dialogue

Rather Aged Notes #1

Rather Aged Notes: (These notes seem to have been plundered during a recent raid on the Fatui. The age of these notes has made the words difficult to recognize.)
Rather Aged Notes: "...The Inspector[1] bought a certain number of Jade Steel ingots..."
Rather Aged Notes: "...Sir Katsuragi discussed matters of smithing deep into the night with the Armory Officer."

Rather Aged Notes #2

Rather Aged Notes: (These notes seem to have been plundered during a recent raid on the Fatui. The age of these notes has made the words difficult to recognize.)
Rather Aged Notes: "...Perhaps I overstep, but I think that Sir Nagamasa's mood grows better when he forges blades."
Rather Aged Notes: "...The obsession to cleanse the stain of the name 'Mikoshi' is draining on one's soul..."
Rather Aged Notes: "...Also, Sir Katsuragi discovered a nameless eccentric while patrolling around Nazuchi Beach..."

Rather Aged Notes #3

Rather Aged Notes: (These notes seem to have been plundered during a recent raid on the Fatui. The age of these notes has made the words difficult to recognize.)
Rather Aged Notes: "...We at last made a single nagamaki. We call it the 'Daitatara Nagamasa'..."
Rather Aged Notes: "The Inspector was in high spirits, and he and the Armory Officer..."
Rather Aged Notes: "...Nozomu was so taken by the beauty of the Daitatara Nagamasa that he drew a picture of it..."
Rather Aged Notes: "...and he performed a sword dance with that wandering eccentric..."

Rather Aged Notes #4

Rather Aged Notes: (These notes seem to have been plundered during a recent raid on the Fatui. The age of these notes has made the words difficult to recognize.)
Rather Aged Notes: "...and we could not find that eccentric..."
Rather Aged Notes: "...The Inspector flew into a rage and slashed Katsuragi. The great blade cut deep into the flesh...cast his own nagamaki into the furnace's flame..."
Rather Aged Notes: "...Nozomu could not abide by that order, and drew the completely melted weapon out of the furnace... He was horribly burned..."

Rather Aged Notes #5

Rather Aged Notes: (These notes seem to have been plundered during a recent raid on the Fatui. The age of these notes has made the words difficult to recognize.)
Rather Aged Notes: "...Nozomu died that night. I daresay that while Sir Katsuragi may have committed malfeasance, it was out of the goodness of his heart..."

Rather Aged Notes #6

Rather Aged Notes: (These notes seem to have been plundered during a recent raid on the Fatui. The age of these notes has made the words difficult to recognize.)
Rather Aged Notes: "...Nagamasa is harsh, but also knows right from wrong. But even so, he is not amenable to reason. His name indicates one obsessed with purity... Still, I and some households of Tatarasuna have not been blinded by the matter of Nagamasa's mother Chiyo, and we trust him..."
Rather Aged Notes: "...I also remain unwilling to forget the joy of creating the Daitatara Nagamasa with him, and that joy of watching that nameless eccentric perform that sword-dance with Katsuragi..."

Change History

Released in Version 2.0

References

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