History Characters / SamuraiWarriors

20th Jan '17 4:22:53 AM Phoenixion
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** In the anime, she plays this role to Kunoichi.



* WendeeLee: [=SW:XL=].[[/folder]]

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* WendeeLee: [=SW:XL=].[[/folder]]
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20th Jan '17 4:17:03 AM Phoenixion
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* LegacyCharacter: "Saika Magoichi" or "Suzuki Magoichi" is a nickname for every individual who holds the leadership of Saika Renegades.



%%* TallDarkAndHandsome

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%%* TallDarkAndHandsome* TallDarkAndHandsome: He is dark-haired, pretty tall, and good-looking ([[{{Narcissist}} and he realizes it, too]]).



* WhatHappenedTheMouse: Invoked and lampshaded in ''4'', post-Sekigahara. His last cutscene is when he thinks he heard Hideyoshi's voice, inviting him to meet some ladies. Then the narration says that's the last time Magoichi is ever seen.

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* WhatHappenedTheMouse: WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Invoked and lampshaded in ''4'', post-Sekigahara. His last cutscene is when he thinks he heard Hideyoshi's voice, inviting him to meet some ladies. Then the narration says that's the last time Magoichi is ever seen.



* CannotSpitItOut: She has trouble when trying to tell Yukimura not to waste his life in Osaka.



* DamselInDistress / BadassInDistress: When she is in trouble in [=SW3=], she will lampshade it by saying "Hey, there's a damsel in distress over here!!"
* DangerouslyShortSkirt: for her DLC outfit in ''4'' and also ''WarriorsOrochi 3'', as it being based on Wang Yi's outfit from ''Dynasty Warriors 7: Xtreme Legends''.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: She's barefoot in both of her alternate outfits.



* FieryRedhead: Similar to Kai's, her hair is auburn. The fiery part is downplayed a bit in ''3''.
* FullFrontalAssault: In her upper-ending for the first game. It's okay, the sensitive parts are concealed with CensorShadow and HandOrObjectUnderwear.



* SpinAttack: She has a few, with her musou being nothing but these.
* DamselInDistress / BadassInDistress: When she is in trouble in [=SW3=], she will lampshade it by saying "Hey, there's a damsel in distress over here!!"
* DangerouslyShortSkirt: for her DLC outfit in ''4'' and also ''WarriorsOrochi 3'', as it being based on Wang Yi's outfit from ''Dynasty Warriors 7: Xtreme Legends''.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: She's barefoot in both of her alternate outfits.
* FieryRedhead: Similar to Kai's, her hair is auburn. The fiery part is downplayed a bit in ''3''.
* FullFrontalAssault: In her upper-ending for the first game. It's okay, the sensitive parts are concealed with CensorShadow and HandOrObjectUnderwear.


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* PerpetualSmiler: She's a bit like this in ''1'', to the point that it can be creepy if she's not FunPersonified.
* PocketProtector: In the anime, Yukimura asks her to keep Mitsunari's TragicKeepsake (a piece of his broken headgear) for him before he starts charging to Tokugawa camp during Osaka Campaign. She keeps it in her breastpocket ([[VictoriasSecretCompartment maybe]]) and it protects her when she's almost-fatally shot by Tokugawa's riflemen.


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* SpinAttack: She has a few, with her musou being nothing but these.
20th Jan '17 12:23:51 AM Phoenixion
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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: In ''Warriors Orochi'', before the beginning of Samurai faction's second stage:
-->''"Encircle, eviscerate, and extirpate the odious ophidians!"''



* SiblingRivalry: with his brother-in-law Nagamasa and sister Oichi.
** SiblingTeam: with both of them in Oichi's upper-path final stage for ''1'' and Nagamasa's final stage for ''2''.
19th Jan '17 11:34:24 PM Phoenixion
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* AdaptationExpansion: There's no historical record where Hideyoshi ever be a friend with any Saika Magoichi.



* CompositeCharacter: Fills the historical roles of all three men surnamed Suzuki -- Sadayu, Shigehide, and Shigetomo -- known to have used the alias "Magoichi Saika", although Sadayu and Shigetomo have appeared as separate generic [=NPC=]s in the second game, suggesting that the Magoichi in ''Samurai Warriors'' is actually Suzuki Shigehide; in KOEI's other Sengoku-period game VideoGame/NobunagasAmbition it's made clear that that game's Magoichi is Shigehide.

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* CompositeCharacter: CompositeCharacter:
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Fills the historical roles of all three men surnamed Suzuki -- Sadayu, Shigehide, and Shigetomo -- known to have used the alias "Magoichi Saika", although Sadayu and Shigetomo have appeared as separate generic [=NPC=]s in the second game, suggesting that the Magoichi in ''Samurai Warriors'' is actually Suzuki Shigehide; in KOEI's other Sengoku-period game VideoGame/NobunagasAmbition it's made clear that that game's Magoichi is Shigehide.Shigehide.
** In ''3'', he plays Kojuro Katakura's role as Masamune's more level-headed [[TheLancer Lancer]].



* TattooedCrook: In his alternate costume (see just above) he has a rose tattooed on his body.[[/folder]]

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* TattooedCrook: In his alternate costume (see just above) he has a rose tattooed on his body.body.
* WhatHappenedTheMouse: Invoked and lampshaded in ''4'', post-Sekigahara. His last cutscene is when he thinks he heard Hideyoshi's voice, inviting him to meet some ladies. Then the narration says that's the last time Magoichi is ever seen.
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* VitriolicBestBuds: She and Kai constantly jab, tease, call each other names, and try to one-up each other... and that's just when they're on the same side. However, they do genuinely look out for each other. Kunoichi even asks for Kai when she defeats Ujiyasu in a battle... but still calls her "Lady Lumberjack".[[/folder]]

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* VitriolicBestBuds: She and Kai constantly jab, tease, call each other names, and try to one-up each other... and that's just when they're on the same side. However, they do genuinely look out for each other. Kunoichi even asks for Kai when she defeats Ujiyasu in a battle... but still calls her "Lady Lumberjack".Lumberjack".
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19th Jan '17 11:19:11 PM Phoenixion
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* DemonKingNobunaga: Downplayed. He plays the EvilOverlord angle to the hilt and wields a blade shrouded in darkness, but he's big on PragmaticVillainy, and is really no more exaggerated than any of the other playable characters in the series. The only time he's closest to this trope is in the first installment where he's decidedly more brutal and embracing his "Demon King" persona, and the installment where his struggles against the Ikko-Ikki sect got a big highlight. Koei rarely touched on that afterwards.
** Outright subverted in the ''Warriors Orochi'' series, where he's consistently on the side of the heroes fighting against [[BigBad Orochi]].
19th Jan '17 11:12:22 PM Phoenixion
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* TallDarkAndHandsome

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* AlasPoorVillain: When he actually dies by Mitsuhide's betrayal, it's usually depicted this way.


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* DarthVaderClone: [[BlackKnight Dark Armor]]? Check. [[CastingAShadow Dark Powers]]? Check. [[CoolSword Glowing Sword]] with similar sound like [[LaserBlade Lightsaber]]? Check. BadassCape? Check. Conflicts with family members (Nagamasa and Oichi)? Check. Dies in AlasPoorVillain and[=/=]or DyingMomentOfAwesome? Check.
18th Jan '17 1:40:14 AM Phoenixion
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: He was a SmugSnake as UNPC in the first game. His love for kemari wasn't established yet, either.
18th Jan '17 1:36:56 AM Phoenixion
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* ButtMonkey: In his story for ''[=2:XL=]'', he helps many other warlords to win their battles and in exchange he wants them to play kemari with him. But they keep refusing his offer.... not the offer to help them but his offer to play kemari. [[KickTheDog And they specifically refuse that exact offer]] ''[[UngratefulBastard after]]'' [[UngratefulBastard Yoshimoto helps them win their battles]].



* EvilUncle: Played for comedy to Hojou Ujimasa ([[EtTuBrute who calls him out on it]]) in ''[=2:XL=]'' when Yoshimoto helps Toyotomi attacking Odawara.



* HistoricalBadassDowngrade: He was one of the most powerful daimyos in his era. But ''Samurai Warriors'' fans mostly remember him as "the first daimyo Nobunaga defeats in his quest for power".

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* HistoricalBadassDowngrade: HistoricalBadassUpgrade: Inverted, story-wise. He was historically one of the most powerful daimyos in his era. But ''Samurai Warriors'' fans mostly remember him as "the first daimyo Nobunaga defeats in his quest for power".


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* LighterAndSofter: EveryoneLives (well, almost everyone, at least) in his ending for ''[=2:XL=]'', and they ''[[ThrowTheDogABone finally]]'' agree to play kemari with him. This includes the likes of Hojou Ujimasa (survives his defeat at Odawara) and Mitsunari (survives his defeat at Sekigahara).


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* RunningGag: In ''[=2:XL=]'', people keep being UngratefulBastard and refusing his request to play kemari with him after he helped them. (see ButtMonkey and {{Determinator}} above)
18th Jan '17 1:23:16 AM Phoenixion
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* HistoricalBadassDowngrade: He was one of the most powerful daimyos in his era. But ''Samurai Warriors'' fans mostly remember him as "the first daimyo Nobunaga defeats in his quest for power".
18th Jan '17 1:11:59 AM Phoenixion
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* DeathByAdaptation: In the first game for Yukimura and Kunoichi's story, where he is assassinated by Hanzō in a sneak attack during the Battle of Mikatagahara. [[note]]Interestingly, it has historical reference. It is said that when Shingen led his army to pursue the fleeing Ieyasu, they are ambushed by Hanzō and his Iga ninja army. Although Shingen himself was not killed at the time, the ninja's ambush attack gave the Takeda army a major trouble, so Shingen decided to stop pursuing Ieyasu, worrying if there will be more traps during their chase.[[/note]]

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* DeathByAdaptation: In the first game for Yukimura and Kunoichi's story, where he is assassinated by Hanzō Hanzo; in a sneak attack during the Battle of Mikatagahara. [[note]]Interestingly, it has historical reference. It is said that when Shingen led his army to pursue the fleeing Ieyasu, they are ambushed by Hanzō and his Iga ninja army. Although Shingen himself was not killed at the time, the ninja's ambush attack gave the Takeda army a major trouble, so Shingen decided to stop pursuing Ieyasu, worrying if there will be more traps during their chase.[[/note]]Mikatagahara.



* SparedByTheAdaptation: In many fictional scenarios, he outlives Mikatagahara and Nagashino, though whether he eventually succeds in defeating and surpassing his rivals or not is different story entirely.

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: In many fictional scenarios, he outlives Mikatagahara and Nagashino, though it varies whether he eventually succeds in defeating and surpassing his rivals or not is different story entirely.not.
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