Hinamoto Kanna was born in the Tokuhara Prefecture in 42 GE and died in 112 GE near the Anvil Islands.
Kanna was most famous for being chosen as one of the Guardians of Fire by the Lord of Fire of her time, Pavlov Muhan of Vechnaya Bramma in 68 GE.
To accomplish this incredible feat, she had to win the Grand Magus Tournament
of Yamaseki in the same year. Kanna had been taken in by the core family, the Jô'oo, at the young age of 12 as a ward and had been trained rigorously in the art of murasaki moth
The art of arranging flowers.
, mahôgi 7
A one-on-one board-game involving wooden or ceramic playing pieces representing various types of military units that is popular in the Yamato Kingdom.
, and of course fire magic.
Kanna decided against joining the prestigious Ryûga Order and initially tried to utilize her skills with fire magic as a performer, until she developed a taste for competition and participated in the Grand Magus Tournament on three occasions, winning first place in her third run, an act that brought much honor to her clan as the GMT is a highly prestigious event in the kingdom. When the bidding for contracting the winners ensued, Pavlov Muhan, Lord of Fire, offered her a position as a Guardian of Fire at his side, which she accepted without hesitation.
She performed her duties with great skill and diligence until she perished near the Anvil Islands on the Corsic Ocean in 68 GE while aiding the Commonwealth of Corsia in the pursuit of a dangerous animancer, at the time believed to be the
Hestia Bygate was the founder of the Jô'oo clan and she arranged the founding of the Hinamoto dynasty through one of the sisters of Yayoi Kennosuke. Though not personally acquainted due to living in different periods, Hestia was directly responsible for the founding of Hinamoto Kanna's family line.