History VideoGame / TotalWarShogun2

23rd May '16 4:50:12 PM Ohio9
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* FrontlineGeneral: Army generals and their bodyguards are a unit on the battlefield. Units within the general's command radius get a morale bonus, so the game provides strong incentive to keep him close to the front lines
17th May '16 4:10:33 PM Ohio9
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** In "Fall of Samurai", you have to research "kneeling", which simply involves the front rank of an infantry unit taking a knee so the soldiers behind them can shoot. That's right, simply going into a kneeling position is something that has to be researched, and it's not an early thing either. It's actually very far down the tech tree.

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** In "Fall of Samurai", you have to research "kneeling", "kneel fire", which simply involves the front rank of an infantry unit taking a knee so the soldiers behind them can shoot. That's right, simply going into a kneeling position is something that has to be researched, and it's not an early thing either. It's actually very far down the tech tree.
17th May '16 4:05:21 PM Ohio9
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* YouHaveResearchedBreahing:

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* YouHaveResearchedBreahing: YouHaveResearchedBreathing:
17th May '16 4:04:40 PM Ohio9
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* UnwinnableByDesign: If you fail to win the long campaign by the game year of 1600, you can still keep playing, but you won't get to see the ending, even if you wipe out all the other clans and take over Japan.



* YouHaveResearchedBreahing:
** In "Fall of Samurai", you have to research "kneeling", which simply involves the front rank of an infantry unit taking a knee so the soldiers behind them can shoot. That's right, simply going into a kneeling position is something that has to be researched, and it's not an early thing either. It's actually very far down the tech tree.
** Also in "Fall of Samurai", you can research "censorship", which grants increased repression in your cities. In a nation that has always been an autocratic dictatorship for its entire existence, you would think all the governments in Japan would already know how to do that.



* UnwinnableByDesign: If you fail to win the long campaign by the game year of 1600, you can still keep playing, but you won't get to see the ending, even if you wipe out all the other clans and take over Japan.
12th May '16 9:46:02 PM Alceister
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** If you have battle time limits turned on, the defender will always win if the time expires, regardless of how bad they are losing before that. This rarely happens, as the time limit is quite long.

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** If you have battle time limits turned on, the defender will always win if the time expires, regardless of how bad they are losing before that. This rarely happens, as the time limit is quite long.long, at least by default.
4th May '16 2:54:59 PM Ohio9
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* CoolOldLady: At age 70, your Shirabyoshi can still seduce enemy generals and distract armies.
26th Apr '16 9:32:10 AM ChronoLegion
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** Ironclads and armored ships are best handled with armor-piercing shots.
26th Apr '16 9:29:16 AM ChronoLegion
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* RammingAlwaysWorks: Two of the ironclad types, the French ''L'Ocean'' and Japanese (historically, also French-built) ''Kotetsu'', are equipped with a bow ram that can allow them to sink enemy ships by hitting them at full speed. However, this largely tends to be useless, as they can frequently sink most wooden ships well outside ramming range by hitting them with explosive shots, and trying that with ironclads is likely to end with ''your'' ironclad getting pulverized with volleys of armor-piercing shots before it gets close.
26th Apr '16 9:10:25 AM ChronoLegion
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* NormalFishInATinyPond: The fearsome Black Ships in the main campaign are overpowered European trade ships that will make mincemeat out of most Japanese fleets. Compare this to ''Empire'' and ''Napoleon'', where trade ships were on the low end of ship strength.
22nd Apr '16 7:11:09 PM jormis29
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* FacingTheBulletsOneLiner: Or close to it, anyway. When the player's clan is destroyed (and thus the daimyo dies), he recites a historical "death poem", written by samurai before they either committed seppuku or went off to a LastStand.

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* FacingTheBulletsOneLiner: Or close to it, anyway. When the player's clan is destroyed (and thus the daimyo dies), he recites a historical "death poem", written by samurai before they either committed seppuku {{seppuku}} or went off to a LastStand.
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