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The Tenryou Commission (Japanese: 天領奉行 Tenryou-bugyou) of the Tri-Commission is the executive arm of the Raiden Shogun. It is led by the Kujou Clan and is responsible for managing security and military affairs, including enforcement of the Vision Hunt Decree,[1] enforcement of the Sakoku Decree,[2][3] Compared to the Kanjou Commission and Yashiro Commission, the Tenryou Commission sees a higher desertion rate due to the reality and horrors of war plaguing them as a result of the Vision Hunt Decree in which the soldiers fight and kill other people, contrary to the expectations of some who had expected to fight ancient monsters and denizens of the Abyss.[4]

During the events of Stillness, the Sublimation of Shadow, the Traveler is placed on a wanted list by the Tenryou Commission after escaping the Vision Hunt Ceremony with Thoma and Paimon. After the events of Omnipresence Over Mortals, the commission is currently in disarray due to Kujou Takayuki's collusion with the Fatui, with the Shogun intending to mete out appropriate punishment when ready. With a replacement yet to be found, Kujou Sara occupies the role as a temporary fill-in.

Following the events of Imperatrix Umbrosa Chapter: Act I, Ei challenges Takatsukasa Clan head — Takatsukasa Susumu — to a duel for the position of Tenryou Commissioner. In fear of the Raiden Shogun, Susumu limply refuses the challenge while Kujou Kamaji accepts, knowing that he is outmatched but wishing to at least let the Kujou Clan's prestige end relatively honorably. After the duel, Ei remarks that while Kamaji is not a great descendant of the Kujou Clan, his honor is admirable, and she decides to give the Kujou Clan more time.

Personnel

Leaders

Military

Leadership

Shogunate Samurai

Yoriki

Doushin

Rank Unknown

Past Personnel

Trivia

  • In feudal Japan, the term "Tenryou" referred to land directly held by the Shogun, as opposed to land held by a Daimyo (大名, feudal lords, such as Hiiragi Shinsuke). The original term for this kind of land was shihaisho (Japanese: 支配所); but since the Meiji period, the term Tenryou (Japanese: 天領 "Emperor's land") has become synonymous, because the shogun's lands were returned to the emperor.[8] However, in Genshin Impact, there is no Inazuma emperor, so the use of this term indicates land directly governed by Ei. The Tenryou Commission is given great authority to manage the security of Tenryou and the public security of Inazuma, showing that Ei has great trust in the Kujou Clan.
  • The Tenryou Commission is mentioned in the descriptions of the following Furnishing items:

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishTenryou Commission
Chinese
(Simplified)
天领奉行
Tiānlǐng-fèngxíng
Bugyou of the Emperor's Land[※]
Chinese
(Traditional)
天領奉行
Tiānlǐng-fèngxíng
Japaneseてんりょうぎょう
Tenryou-bugyou
Bugyou of the Emperor's Land
Korean텐료 봉행(天領奉行)
Tenryo Bonghaeng
Tenryou Bugyou
SpanishComisión TenryouTenryou Commission
FrenchCommission administrativeAdministrative Commission
RussianКомиссии Тэнрё
Komissii Tenryo
Tenryou Commission
Thaiสำนัก Tenryou
Samnak Tenryou
Tenryou Office
VietnameseHiệp Hội TenryouTenryou Association
GermanTenryou-VerwaltungTenryou Administration
IndonesianTenryou Commission
PortugueseComissão TenryouTenryou Commission

References

  1. YouTube: Version 2.0 Special Program
  2. Story Quest, Carassius Auratus Chapter, Act I, Part 4: Together Under the Fireworks
  3. Point of Interest, Hanamizaka: Tenryou Notice
  4. Quest Item: Inaba Tousaburou Kyuuzou's Final Words
  5. Story Quest, Imperatrix Umbrosa Chapter, Act I, Part 1: The Lonesome Euthymia
  6. Story Quest, Cypressus Custos Chapter, Act I, Part 2: The Truth Is Also a Lie
  7. Point of Interest, Inazuma Commercial Street: Tenryou Notice: Kujou Takayuki
  8. Tokugawa shogunate: Tenryō, gundai and daikan

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