Thunderbolt writes: "It's hard to say which of Muramasa's protagonists has it worse. Princess Momohime is possessed by a sociopathic demon spirit. She might look innocent, but there's a murderous fiend controlling her every move. All Momohime can do is watch helplessly as her body is used to massacre everyone in sight. Meanwhile, Kisuke has amnesia. Not only is the entire basis of his character utterly cliched, but he's got an army of ninjas trying to assassinate him for his supposed betrayal. Neither one of them is getting out of this unscathed. What makes these intertwining tales interesting is that they go far beyond their generic beginnings. Themes of redemption, self-discovery, and love run throughout both narratives."