No comments on the mechanical side of things, but there's one terminology issue I want to point out - daisho means "long-short" and refers to the pairing of swords that members of the samurai class in feudal Japan were allowed to carry.
Thus, a single sword is never a daisho, not to mention bows and other types of weapons.
Of course, Rokugan is not Japan, but it's still something of a misnomer.
Random fact: In modern Japan, the same two kanji ("dai" and "sho") are used in toilets. They're in fact the two flushing options.
Oh. That's neat, thanks. Didn't know that.
Any suggestions on what I could change it to?
"We have sent many to Hell, to smooth our way," said I, "and we are standing yet and holding blades. What more?"