William Scott Wilson describes Katō Kiyomasa thus: "He was a military man first and last, outlawing even the recitation of poetry, putting the martial arts above all else. His precepts show the single-mindedness and Spartan attitudes of the man, [they] demonstrate emphatically that the warrior's first duty in the early 17th century was simply to 'grasp the sword and die'. Contemporary accounts of Katō describe him as awe-inspiring, yet not unfriendly, and a natural leader of men."
Nuff said, he was one bad ass dude, so I hope I did him justice with my latest work.
Skip you might as well throw in the towel now because....
Kato is so deadly in fact, that his enemies would be blind from overexposure to pure awesomeness!!!!