History Characters / SamuraiWarriors

13th Apr '18 9:32:18 AM Geistschlauch
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-->Voiced by: Creator/JurotaKosugi (Japanese), Douglas Rye (English, ''1''), Brent Schaus (English, ''2''), Creator/ChristopherCoreySmith (English, ''3''), Shin Seong-ho (Korean, ''1'')

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-->Voiced by: Creator/JurotaKosugi (Japanese), Douglas Rye (English, ''1''), Brent Schaus (English, ''2''), Creator/ChristopherCoreySmith (English, ''3''), Crock Krumbiegel (German, ''1''), Shin Seong-ho (Korean, ''1'')



-->Voiced by: Creator/YukoNagashima (Japanese), Creator/GinaBowes (English, ''1'' and ''3''), Skyler Davenport (English 2015 Anime), Tanja Schmitz (German, ''1''), Patricia Strasburger (German 2015 Anime), Yoon Yeo-jin (Korean, ''1'')

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-->Voiced by: Creator/YukoNagashima (Japanese), Creator/GinaBowes (English, ''1'' and ''3''), Skyler Davenport (English 2015 Anime), Tanja Schmitz Ulrike Jenni (German, ''1''), Patricia Strasburger (German 2015 Anime), Yoon Yeo-jin (Korean, ''1'')
23rd Mar '18 5:26:45 PM SneaselSawashiro
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* {{Irony}}: [[VideoGame/SengokuBasara His guns have been on]] since the second game. There's also the fact that the other Masamune's [[Creator/KazuyaNakai voice actor]] voices two other characters in the [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriors parallel series]]....

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* {{Irony}}: [[VideoGame/SengokuBasara His guns have been on]] since the second game. There's also the fact that the other Masamune's [[Creator/KazuyaNakai voice actor]] voices two other characters characters/historical figure portrayals in the [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriors parallel series]]....series]]....
* UsefulNotes/JapanesePronouns: Masamune's case is very interesting in that despite being a hot-blooded young-faced dude voiced by the aforementioned Hiyama himself, he uses the elderly "washi" pronoun.
5th Mar '18 6:30:18 PM Elyana
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* Oichi's ending in the first game has him watching some fireworks while drinking sake with his sister and her husband. When she nearly slips off the roof, Nobunaga immediately grabs her and helps her up. Nagamasa then apologises for having stood against him, and after a little prompting from Oichi, Nobunaga forgives him.

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* ** Oichi's upper path ending in the first game has him watching some fireworks while drinking sake with his sister and her husband. When she nearly slips off the roof, Nobunaga immediately grabs her and helps her up. Nagamasa then apologises for having stood against him, and after a little prompting from Oichi, Nobunaga forgives him.
5th Mar '18 6:29:18 PM Elyana
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* Oichi's ending in the first game has him watching some fireworks while drinking sake with his sister and her husband. When she nearly slips off the roof, Nobunaga immediately grabs her and helps her up. Nagamasa then apologises for having stood against him, and after a little prompting from Oichi, Nobunaga forgives him.
5th Mar '18 3:21:52 AM Phoenixion
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* ArmorPiercingSlap: Gives one to Hidetada in the anime during Osaka Campaign.
17th Dec '17 8:30:29 PM Elyana
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** Hell, his enemy officer defeated quote in the first game is, "[[ShoutOut All too easy]]."
20th Nov '17 3:46:44 PM OnoderaTearer
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Of course, considering this is Samurai Warriors, don't expect historical accuracy either. Also note that despite the dub team [[NameOrderConfusion reversing their names]], they are still pre-Meiji figures, and thus their names listed here with the original surname-name order.

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\nOf course, considering this is Samurai Warriors, much like brother series ''VIdeoGame/DynastyWarriors'', [[TheThemeParkVersion don't expect historical accuracy either. either]]. Also note that despite the dub team [[NameOrderConfusion reversing their names]], they are still pre-Meiji pre-UsefulNotes/{{Meiji|Restoration}} figures, and thus their names listed here with the original surname-name order.
29th Aug '17 11:23:41 AM GunarmDyne
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* HesJustHiding: What the epilogue of ''The Spirit of Sanada'' implies for him and Chacha.

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* HesJustHiding: What InUniverse, what the epilogue of ''The Spirit of Sanada'' implies for him and Chacha.
26th Aug '17 2:07:35 AM sayaleviathan
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* [[spoiler:{{Shinigami}}: Her ''3:XL'' story suggests that she is one, as she "collects" the souls of people who died historically, including Yukimura, Katsuie and Oichi, and vanishes with them once they reach Izumo. Her Chronicle Mode scenes in ''4'' have her exhibiting several paranormal abilities, and the final one outright confirms it.]]

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* [[spoiler:{{Shinigami}}: Her {{Shinigami}}: [[spoiler:Her ''3:XL'' story suggests that she is one, as she "collects" the souls of people who died historically, including Yukimura, Katsuie and Oichi, and vanishes with them once they reach Izumo. Her Chronicle Mode scenes in ''4'' have her exhibiting several paranormal abilities, and the final one outright confirms it.]]



* NotAllowedtoGrowUp: Despite being a fictional character, she never ages in ''Spirit of Sanada'' which makes it weird to see her and the kid versions of Yukimura and Nobuyuki together in one scene. Though in the anime, she does have a childhood version of herself in the flashback.



*** WillTheyOrWontThey: And from there, Kunoichi is very reluctant to openly confess some form of her feelings towards him, and normally keeps quiet to make him happy from the sidelines (it shows in her opening cutscene in the third game's version of Osaka). Even Kai tries to push her into doing it with medium-to-no avail. In ''Spirit of Sanada'', Yukimura outright says that she's like a family, and... well, "family" doesn't exactly mean "lover", by any means.



* WillTheyOrWontThey: Kunoichi is very reluctant to openly confess some form of her feelings towards him, and normally keeps quiet to make him happy from the sidelines (it shows in her opening cutscene in the third game's version of Osaka). Even Kai tries to push her into doing it with medium-to-no avail. In ''Spirit of Sanada'', Yukimura outright says that she's like family, and considering that she's with him and Nobuyuki when they were kids back then, it would probably be awkward.



* AxCrazy: So, so very much.

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* AxCrazy: So, so very much. She seems to enjoy fighting and slaughtering her enemies.



* TheDragon: To her husband Nobunaga.
** CoDragons: With Ranmaru from time to time.

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* TheDragon: To CoDragons: Together with Ranmaru, she is this to her husband Nobunaga.
** CoDragons: With Ranmaru from time to time.
Nobunaga..



** Unfortunately, this also omits the more-believable reason why many Toyotomi retainers defect or surrender to Tokugawa during and after Sekigahara, to the point that Hideyori ''barely'' gets any supporters in theOsaka Campaign. Historically, Hideyoshi isn't really a benevolent boss like he is in the game, which is why many of his retainers eventually got fed up with him and seek the Tokugawa's servitude almost as soon as Hideyoshi died, and didn't reconsider to protect Hideyori in the Osaka Campaign (although Kiyomasa's UndyingLoyalty to Hideyori might be an exception here).

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** Unfortunately, this also omits the more-believable reason why many Toyotomi retainers defect or surrender to Tokugawa during and after Sekigahara, to the point that Hideyori ''barely'' gets any supporters in theOsaka the Osaka Campaign. Historically, Hideyoshi isn't really a benevolent boss like he is in the game, which is why many of his retainers eventually got fed up with him and seek the Tokugawa's servitude almost as soon as Hideyoshi died, and didn't reconsider to protect Hideyori in the Osaka Campaign (although Kiyomasa's UndyingLoyalty to Hideyori might be an exception here).



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* HumiliationConga: As a result, thought it also depends on whether you choose to fight or simply ignore him to go straight to enemy commander and end the stage. That said, it's more than likely you will have to defeat him every time he appears as he's quite active in the battlefield sooner or later, so you will encounter him regardless you like it or not. So his repeated defeat by your character will result in this trope.



** HumiliationConga: As a result, thought it also depends on whether you choose to fight or simply ignore him to go straight to enemy commander and end the stage. That said, it's more than likely you will have to defeat him every time he appears as he's quite active in the battlefield sooner or later, so you will encounter him regardless you like it or not. So his repeated defeat by your character will result in this trope.



* WeaponOfChoice:
** BladeOnAStick: His weapon prior [=SW3=] was a naginata.
** KatanasAreJustBetter: His latest weapon.[[/folder]]

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* WeaponOfChoice:
** BladeOnAStick:
WeaponOfChoice: His weapon prior [=SW3=] was a naginata.
** KatanasAreJustBetter: His latest weapon.
naginata. But this was changed into a katana
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* AdaptedOut: Despite being one of the most important figures in the Osaka campaign, he never made an appearance in ''Spirit in Sanada'' because the the spinoff never made his mother, Chacha, as one of Hideyoshi's concubines. Strangely enough, he only gets one mention by Hidetada in the epilogue.



* TheUnfavorite: After he becomes political hostage to Uesugi, he thinks he is this in the Houjou, leading him to...
** DrivenToSuicide: Fortunately, Kenshin and Aya stop him.

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* TheUnfavorite: After he becomes political hostage to Uesugi, he thinks he is this in the Houjou, leading him to...
** DrivenToSuicide:
to [[DrivenToSuicide commit suicide]]. Fortunately, Kenshin and Aya stop him.
20th Aug '17 10:26:01 AM Phoenixion
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* ShipperOnDeck: Along with Nene, he encourages Yukimura to befriend Chacha in ''Spirit of Sanada''.
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