Taroticum: The Magician
Muraki has never claimed to be a good man, or even a kind one. He has made sacrifices -- or, to be more precise, he has sacrificed other people.
But there is one principle he holds to.
To stop those nightwalkers, those quiet bringers of death, those shinigami, anything is permissible.
They come like shadows, walking the corridors of hospitals and asylums, demons in their wake, and they take away the young, the beautiful, the old, the beloved. They have no mercy. They have no pity.
He will stop them. Even if he must become like them to do it.