I want to expose my headcanon to proving with your corrections and suggestions.
Jin Mae has three bloodlines described in the lore with some artful prose to demonstrate the differences.
My method for condensing this information is a little odd I’m asking your help to refine it.
Jing Ko - Are viewed as little more than buoyant coracles rushing down the rapids of life, open to predation by the spirits of ill chance no matter how cheerfully they paddle or attempt to steer their course.
I got this description from expanding “Ko” to Kobayashi Maru which is an infamous test of character
Saan Go - Have ever been the strategists, those who would divert the course of history through their wit and the intercession with the few Sang Do we have available to us.”
Taken from “Saan” associated with European logistics and artificial intelligence, and “Go” the Japanese name for a strategy game that famously saw ai master.
Sang Do - “Simply means a trained voice. It is the sound of insight, peering into the eternal knot and plucking out a single note of harmony that persists. Hereditary seers, some more capable than others, but each equally sought. How could they not become leaders?”
“Sang” for voice, harmonics and resonance, “Do” expanded to Dojo, for a place of training.
Eternal knot links “Eve Forever” with Korean Endless knot. When I identify the player lore that alludes to the Sang Do being precognitive I’ll update this post.
Please poke holes. I’m particularly interested in the perspective of players immersed in Oriental culture.