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''SD Sengokuden Bushin Kourin Hen'' is a subline of Bandai's SD Gundam franchise.

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''SD Sengokuden Bushin Kourin Hen'' is a subline of Bandai's SD Gundam ''Franchise/SDGundam'' franchise.


* {{Expy}} (Takeda Shingen Gundam looks similar to the [[DynastyWarriorsGundam Musha Gundam]])

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* {{Expy}} (Takeda Shingen Gundam looks similar to the [[DynastyWarriorsGundam [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam Musha Gundam]])


* HeyItsThatGuy (Takeda Shingen, possibly the most recognisable of the lot as he's based on the original and oft-remade Musha Gundam, even retaining the signature black and red)



* NiceHat (this is the first part that gets remolded usually)

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* NiceHat (this is the first part that gets remolded usually)


* {{Homage}} to Koei's ''SamuraiWarriors''

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* {{Homage}} to Koei's ''SamuraiWarriors''''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors''


SDSengokudenBushinKourinHen is a subline of Bandai's SD Gundam franchise.

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SDSengokudenBushinKourinHen ''SD Sengokuden Bushin Kourin Hen'' is a subline of Bandai's SD Gundam franchise.


* {{Mooks}} (each model comes with a footsoldier based on the [[MobileSuitGundam Zaku I or Ball]])

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* {{Mooks}} (each model comes with a footsoldier based on the [[MobileSuitGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Zaku I or Ball]])


The rising popularity of BBSenshiSangokuden led to Bandai doing the same thing with another oft-fictionalised era of history, Japan's own [[UsefulNotes/SengokuJidai Warring States period]]. Unlike ''Sangokuden'', the model line is not supported by a comic or any specific storyline, but runs entirely on recreating known samurai, based on remolding early SD Gundams ''and'' basing them on the character designs from the ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' games.

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The rising popularity of BBSenshiSangokuden Toys/BBSenshiSangokuden led to Bandai doing the same thing with another oft-fictionalised era of history, Japan's own [[UsefulNotes/SengokuJidai Warring States period]]. Unlike ''Sangokuden'', the model line is not supported by a comic or any specific storyline, but runs entirely on recreating known samurai, based on remolding early SD Gundams ''and'' basing them on the character designs from the ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' games.


The rising popularity of BBSenshiSangokuden led to Bandai doing the same thing with another oft-fictionalised era of history, Japan's own [[JidaiGeki Warring States period]]. Unlike ''Sangokuden'', the model line is not supported by a comic or any specific storyline, but runs entirely on recreating known samurai, based on remolding early SD Gundams ''and'' basing them on the character designs from Koei's ''SamuraiWarriors'' games.

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The rising popularity of BBSenshiSangokuden led to Bandai doing the same thing with another oft-fictionalised era of history, Japan's own [[JidaiGeki [[UsefulNotes/SengokuJidai Warring States period]]. Unlike ''Sangokuden'', the model line is not supported by a comic or any specific storyline, but runs entirely on recreating known samurai, based on remolding early SD Gundams ''and'' basing them on the character designs from Koei's ''SamuraiWarriors'' the ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' games.



* Takeda Shingen Gundam (archetype is the original RX-78-2)
* Kenshin Uesugi Gundam (archetype is the Zeta Gundam)

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* Takeda Shingen UsefulNotes/TakedaShingen Gundam (archetype is the original RX-78-2)
* [[UsefulNotes/UesugiKenshin Kenshin Uesugi Uesugi]] Gundam (archetype is the Zeta Gundam)



* DateMasamune Gundam (actually based on a ninja-type SD Gundam instead of samurai)
* Sanada Yukimura Gundam (archtype is the Nu Gundam)
* OdaNobunaga Gundam (first large-size model)
* ToyotomiHideyoshi Gundam (archetype is the Gundam F91)
* TokugawaIeyasu Gundam (archetype is [[BookEnds very similar to Takeda Shingen]])

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* DateMasamune UsefulNotes/DateMasamune Gundam (actually based on a ninja-type SD Gundam instead of samurai)
* Sanada Yukimura UsefulNotes/SanadaYukimura Gundam (archtype is the Nu Gundam)
* OdaNobunaga UsefulNotes/OdaNobunaga Gundam (first large-size model)
* ToyotomiHideyoshi UsefulNotes/ToyotomiHideyoshi Gundam (archetype is the Gundam F91)
* TokugawaIeyasu UsefulNotes/TokugawaIeyasu Gundam (archetype is [[BookEnds very similar to Takeda Shingen]])


* {{Expy}}: Takeda Shingen Gundam looks similar to the [[DynastyWarriorsGundam Musha Gundam]]

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* {{Expy}}: Takeda {{Expy}} (Takeda Shingen Gundam looks similar to the [[DynastyWarriorsGundam Musha Gundam]]Gundam]])


* KenshinUesugi Gundam (archetype is the Zeta Gundam)

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* KenshinUesugi Kenshin Uesugi Gundam (archetype is the Zeta Gundam)


* TakedaShingen Gundam (archetype is the original RX-78-2)
* Kenshin Uesugi Gundam (archetype is the Zeta Gundam)

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* TakedaShingen Takeda Shingen Gundam (archetype is the original RX-78-2)
* Kenshin Uesugi KenshinUesugi Gundam (archetype is the Zeta Gundam)


* Takeda Shingen Gundam (archetype is the original RX-78-2)

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* Takeda Shingen TakedaShingen Gundam (archetype is the original RX-78-2)



* Date Masamune Gundam (actually based on a ninja-type SD Gundam instead of samurai)

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* Date Masamune DateMasamune Gundam (actually based on a ninja-type SD Gundam instead of samurai)


* {{Expy}}: Takeda Shingen Gundam looks similar to the MushaGundam

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* {{Expy}}: Takeda Shingen Gundam looks similar to the MushaGundam[[DynastyWarriorsGundam Musha Gundam]]

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* {{Expy}}: Takeda Shingen Gundam looks similar to the MushaGundam

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