Pierre Beauregard wrote:how about Kobayakawa Hidekane he was loyal family men and was one of the great leaders in the korean campaign and one of the closes advicers and friend of Hideyoshi.
dymlos timbre wrote:Well i shouldnt have said that because yes it did change alot, it made way to the age of massed infantry formations, if you notice after nobunaga most diamyo switched to mass deploys of cheap ashigaru and long pikes (more so than they already did) and many mounted samurai actually dismounted to fight. But as for nagashino only about 1000 to 1500 guns were used, and what historical sites are these? because i get everything from japanese BOOKS account the era, there is a site just like this dedicated to sengoku era talk on http://www.samuraiarchives.com we talked about this exact issue and many there will point you in the direction im trying to get at.
dymlos timbre wrote:Hm i to first liked takeda shingen when i first started getting into reading about the era, but the more and more i when in it the more i found nobunaga more interesting and the more he appealed to me.
Zhuanyong wrote:Li Naomasa, this guy and his red armor -- I even hate fighting him on Samurai Warriors and often recruit him into my army on Empires. He was successful at Sekigahara.
I've also been a fan of the Yagyu and Sanada clans.
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