History Characters / SamuraiWarriors

10th Feb '16 11:06:12 PM Aiddon
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* KatanasAreJustBetter: Oddly enough, he is one of the few playable characters to actually use one.
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* KatanasAreJustBetter: Oddly enough, he is one of the few playable characters to actually use one. Somewhat TruthInTelevision as katanas were typically considered a sidearm on the battlefield instead of a main weapon like a spear or a bow.

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* KatanasAreJustBetter: Oddly enough, he is one of the few playable characters PerfectlyArrangedMarriage: Despite his father-in-law offering Hirokohime's younger sisters due to actually use one.her being ill (see below) Mitsuhide declined and had a happy, prosperous marriage with her.

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* KatanasAreJustBetter: Oddly enough, he UglyGuyHotWife: Inverted as Mitsuhide is a looker, but his wife Hirokohime was historically a woman wracked with a bad case of smallpox that left her CoveredInScars. At one of the few playable characters to actually use one.point in their marriage she even shaved her head!
10th Feb '16 6:33:00 PM SneaselSawashiro
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** Also via one line of dialogue and possibly a fourth-wall break in the second game, he even tries to compare his own K.O. count with Kenshin's. He also is the first to realize (no thanks to Kotarō) how his struggles against both Ujiyasu and Kenshin for Kantō are flat-out nothing but chaos that ruins the land.
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** Also via one line of dialogue and possibly a fourth-wall break in the second game, he even tries to compare his own K.O. count with Kenshin's. He Kenshin's (not "kill count", "K.O. count"). ** In ''Samurai Warriors 3'', he also is the first to realize (no thanks to Kotarō) how his struggles against both Ujiyasu and Kenshin for Kantō are flat-out nothing but chaos that ruins the land.
10th Feb '16 6:31:32 PM SneaselSawashiro
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* BadassMustache: It's actually part of his mask -- though the historical Shingen had one underneath it as well
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* BadassMustache: It's actually part of his mask -- though the historical Shingen had one underneath it as wellwell.

* FatBastard: Just like Ieyasu, if you fight against him, he'll be this.
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* FatBastard: Just like Ieyasu, if you fight against him, he'll mostly be this.

* HornAttack: Yes, he's human, his Charge 3 attack has him crouching and sending his enemies flying by hitting them with ramming attacks, apparently performed with the horns on his mask.
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* HornAttack: Yes, he's human, but his Charge 3 attack has him crouching and sending his enemies flying by hitting them with ramming attacks, apparently performed with the horns on his mask.

* MightyGlacier: Slower than many of the cast, but his attack is very effective.
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* MightyGlacier: Slower than many of the cast, but his attack is attacks are very effective.effective. Also even deemed as a Power-type in ''Warriors Orochi 3''.

* TheStrategist: As if his actions are not enough, he references [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriors Sima Yi]] in his death in ''Samurai Warriors 2''
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** Also via one line of dialogue and possibly a fourth-wall break in the second game, he even tries to compare his own K.O. count with Kenshin's. He also is the first to realize (no thanks to Kotarō) how his struggles against both Ujiyasu and Kenshin for Kantō are flat-out nothing but chaos that ruins the land. ** Compared to his more abusive father in his ''Sengoku Musou 3: Empires'' story, Shingen just takes all of his abuse head on and never gives up on walking his path that doesn't involve oppression and fear. * TheStrategist: As if his actions are not enough, he references [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriors Sima Yi]] in his death in ''Samurai Warriors 2''2''.
5th Feb '16 11:21:36 AM BeautifulOrchid
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5th Feb '16 11:21:35 AM BeautifulOrchid
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5th Feb '16 11:21:33 AM BeautifulOrchid
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Nobunaga's faithful retainer who wields a sword longer than he is tall, always protecting his master against anyone who stands against him. While Ranmaru is normally kind and gentle, he can be quite merciless towards his enemies.
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Nobunaga's faithful retainer who wields a sword longer than he is tall, always protecting his master against anyone who stands against him. While Ranmaru is normally can be kind and gentle, he can be quite merciless towards his enemies.

* Double Consciousness: Displayed both cold, merciles, and driven with hatred. In the other side naiveté, warmness, and happiness with the right people.
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* Double Consciousness: DoubleConsciousness: Displayed both cold, merciles, and driven with hatred. In the other side naiveté, warmness, and happiness with the right people.

* Third Person Person: Refers to third person at time, or his lord
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* Third Person Person: ThirdPersonPerson: Refers to third person at time, or his lord
5th Feb '16 11:13:11 AM BeautifulOrchid
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*Double Consciousness: Displayed both cold, merciles, and driven with hatred. In the other side naiveté, warmness, and happiness with the right people.
5th Feb '16 11:04:13 AM BeautifulOrchid
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* Third Person Person: Refers to third person at time, or his lord
11th Jan '16 4:38:00 PM MusouMan
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Added a recent trope to Shingen.
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* IncurableCoughOfDeath: Has one of these midway through the Legend of the Takeda story in 4.
31st Dec '15 12:04:52 AM AndreasPrime
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* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The Manly Man to Naomasa Sensitive Guy.

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* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The Manly Man to Naomasa Sensitive Guy.
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