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6th Apr '17 10:08:39 AM LungDrakkar
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* MostWonderfulSound: There's nothing quite like the advisor saying "My Lord! A glorious victory will soon be yours!" because it usually means the enemy is on its last legs.

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There's nothing quite like the advisor saying "My Lord! A glorious victory will soon be yours!" because it usually means the enemy is on its last legs.legs.
** The battle horn of an enemy unit routing from the battlefield.
12th Sep '16 8:56:12 AM KD
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* GameBreaker: One of Realm Divide's harshest effects is the loss of your trade partners, costing you thousands in gold income per turn. Well, if you establish vassals ''after'' Realm Divide, those vassals won't be affected by the Realm Divide diplomatic penalty and would love to trade with you. Just don't try it in ''Fall of the Samurai'' -- vassals retain their Shogun/Emperor allegiance and still hate a Republic clan.
8th May '16 4:05:23 AM Ghidorah1972
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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7M4V9O3MiFo Yoisa]]', with its' use of taiko drums.

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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7M4V9O3MiFo Yoisa]]', Yoisa]]", with its' use of taiko drums.
8th May '16 4:01:50 AM Ghidorah1972
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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7M4V9O3MiFo Yoisa]]', with its' use of taiko drums.
10th Jan '16 1:50:26 PM erttheking
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* MostWonderfulSound: There's nothing quite like the advisor saying "My Lord! A glorious victory will soon yours!" because it usually means the enemy is on its last legs.

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* MostWonderfulSound: There's nothing quite like the advisor saying "My Lord! A glorious victory will soon be yours!" because it usually means the enemy is on its last legs.
28th Oct '15 8:54:15 PM RJ815
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** Basic starter units never quite go obsolete, and in fact can be surprisingly effective, especially as they gain experience and receive province-specific or ranked general boosts. [[ElitesAreMoreGlamorous Samurai are more interesting, varied, and technically more powerful]], but that doesn't mean a lot when yari ashigaru available from everywhere can still best them, especially with a well-utilized yari wall (think along the lines of European pikes). On a similar note, bow kobayas are the only boats you really need to win just about any naval engagement, especially after you research fire arrows. What bow kobayas lack in boarding capability, they make up for with high maneuverability that allows them to kite many boats that are slower. (Sengoku bunes are one of the few boats that can outpace them, but only if the wind is in their favor.) Any other boat, no matter how big and imposing, can eventually be burnt to destruction. For FotS, the situation is similar to the base game, at least in terms of land battles. You can win with nothing more than spear levies and line infantry, both quite rudimentary units. If you want to research artillery tech, you never need to go past the early availability of parrott guns as they are already quite effective.

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** Basic starter units never quite go obsolete, and in fact can be surprisingly effective, especially as they gain experience and receive province-specific or ranked general boosts. [[ElitesAreMoreGlamorous Samurai are more interesting, varied, and technically more powerful]], but that doesn't mean a lot when yari ashigaru available from everywhere can still best them, especially with a well-utilized yari wall (think along the lines of European pikes). On a similar note, bow kobayas are the only boats you really need to win just about any naval engagement, especially after you research fire arrows. What bow kobayas lack in boarding capability, they make up for with high maneuverability that allows them to kite many boats that are slower. (Sengoku bunes are one of the few boats that can outpace them, but only if the wind is in their favor.) Any other boat, no matter how big and imposing, can eventually be burnt to destruction. For FotS, the situation is similar to the base game, at least in terms of land battles. You can win with nothing more than spear levies and line infantry, both quite rudimentary units. If you want to research artillery tech, artillery, you never need to go past the early availability of parrott guns as they are already quite effective.
28th Oct '15 8:52:37 PM RJ815
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** Basic starter units never quite go obsolete, and in fact can be surprisingly effective, especially as they gain experience and receive province-specific or ranked general boosts. [[ElitesAreMoreGlamorous Samurai are more interesting, varied, and technically more powerful]], but that doesn't mean a lot when yari ashigaru available from everywhere can still best them, especially with a well-utilized yari wall (think along the lines of European pikes). On a similar note, bow kobayas are the only boats you really need to win just about any naval engagement, especially after you research fire arrows. What bow kobayas lack in boarding capability, they make up for with high maneuverability that allows them to kite many boats that are slower. (Sengoku bunes are one of the few boats that can outpace them, but only if the wind is in their favor.) Any other boat, no matter how big and imposing, can eventually be burnt to destruction. For FotS, the situation is similar to the base game, at least in terms of land battles. You can win with nothing more than spear levies and line infantry, both quite rudimentary units. If you want to research artillery tech, you never need to go past the early availability of parrott guns as they are already quite effective.
24th Sep '15 9:41:35 PM Hewhoarisesinmight
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* MostWonderfulSound: There's nothing quite like the advisor saying "My Lord! A great victory will soon be upon us!" because it usually means the enemy is on its last legs.

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* MostWonderfulSound: There's nothing quite like the advisor saying "My Lord! A great glorious victory will soon be upon us!" yours!" because it usually means the enemy is on its last legs.
6th Sep '15 11:46:35 PM erttheking
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* MostWonderfulSound: There's nothing quite like the advisor saying "My Lord! A great victory will soon be upon us!" because it usually means the enemy is on its last legs.
16th Jul '15 9:50:11 PM RJ815
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* AntiClimaxBoss: Because of The Black Ship's poor maneuverability and blind spots in the front and back, it's actually not that tough to sneak up on it. Something as simple as a single Firebomb Kobaya ship can constantly stay on the back end of The Black Ship and throw bombs until it sinks from a too intense fire. Capturing remains trickier, but simple destruction can be simple with the right tactics.
** The various ironclads of ''Fall of the Samurai'' have the potential to be quickly defeated if a torpedo or armor-piercing round strikes at just the right point. They're typically more sturdy, but a lucky shot can doom them.
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