||Saito Benkei the Standing Death was, in life, one of the greatest swordsmen who ever lived. His enemies feared his power. They chose to ambush him with arrows, rather than risk certain doom from his blades. They riddled his body with arrows, but Saito would not fall, even after he was long dead. When his enemies finally had the courage to approach, Saito’s corpse, still full of arrows, lifted his katana with two cold hands. The now-dead samurai slew them all, and continues to wander, his restless spirit seeking the honorable death denied to him in life.