• Muneyoshi Yagyū | Koei Wiki | Fandom

    Muneyoshi Yagyū is one of the famous swordsmen of the Sengoku era. He is known for mastering the fighting style called Shinkage-ryū which he passed on to his son Munenori Yagyū, who in turn made it the official fighting style of the Tokugawa Shogunate. 1 Role in Games 2 Voice Actors 3 Historical Information 4 Gallery Muneyoshi appears in Kessen III in chapter eight at the Punishment of ...

  • Tokugawa Ieyasu | Age of Empires Series Wiki | Fandom

    Sep 01, 2020· I suspect that different factions will be explored in an Iron Harvest 2 I would love to see them, because I appreciate how Iron Harvest has gone for alternate versions of known factions. Like a Germany that was dominated by Saxony instead of Prussia and apparently, the Mejj-Restauration did not happen in Japan since the Shogunat is still in place.

  • Shōin Yoshida | Naruto Fanon Wiki | Fandom

    Shōin Yoshida (, Yoshida Shouin) is a legendary Samurai of tremendous wisdom and power, serving as the general (, taishō) of the Mune Province in the Samurai Country.He was the mentor to Mifune and several other significant warriors of the Land of Iron.He is known for having opposed the wars conducted by the Shinobi, subsequently being responsible for the Land of Iron's ...

  • The DLC Fractions :: Iron Harvest General Discussions

    Sep 07, 2020· That and scythe, like iron harvest is a take on the 1920+ universe. So other then a few concepts such as the factory and nations. Their really isn't anything that ties iron harvest to the scythe board game. That said according to the lore of the game. …

  • Hidetada Tokugawa | Koei Wiki | Fandom

    Hidetada Tokugawa is Ieyasu's third son and successor. He fought the Sanada army at Ueda Castle during the Sekigahara campaign and lost the battle horribly. He was unable to assist the Eastern army and was said to have earned his father's scorn. Still, he became the second Tokugawa shogun. Before his playable Samurai Warriors appearance, he was a generic NPC since the first game. 1 Role in ...

  • Firearms of Japan | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Capture of a Choshu battery at Shimonoseki during the Boshin war, 1864.. The mounting civil war in Japan and the opposition of various feudal lords against the Bakufu during the Late Tokugawa Shogunate led to serious rearming until the 1867 Boshin war.At the same time technological progress was extremely fast in the West, with the introduction of the rifle, breech-loading and even repeating ...

  • Tokugawa Ieyasu | Age of Empires Series Wiki | Fandom

    Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543 – 1616) was the Shogun of Japan. He appears on both random maps and campaign scenarios in Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties. He is also the AI personality of the Japanese. 1 Campaign 1.1 Biography 1.2 In-game unit 1.2.1 …

  • The Factory | Iron Harvest Wiki | Fandom

    The Factory was a mysterious location (and possible faction) in the 1920+ universe. It's an independent city-state known for its advanced technology and industry that has closed its borders. Little is known about it, but it has recently become a focus for all the warring factions, each sending their military expedition/task force lead by combat veterans/royal family members to gain control of ...

  • Is Britain in this game? :: Iron Harvest General Discussions

    Aug 01, 2020· The only known factions in the setting are the Polania Republic (not-Poland), the Saxony Empire (not-Germany), the Crimean Khanate (just straight up the Crimean Khanate), the Nordic Kingdoms (not-Scandinavia), the Rusviet Union (not-Soviet Union), Clan Albion (not-United Kingdom) and the Togawa Shogunate (not-Japan).

  • Yatsume Mumyōi | Rurouni Kenshin Wiki | Fandom

    Yatsume Mumyōi (ツ, note: the "Mumyōi" means "nameless", meaning he has no known given name) is a gold miner-turned-ninja, and a villain from Rurouni Kenshin. 1 Appearance 2 Past 2.1 Beginning Jinchu 2.2 Attacking Kamiya Dojo 3 Abilities 4 Trivia 5 References Yatsume's only clothing to speak of consists of a red mask that covers the upper part of his head and red wrappings ...

  • Siege of Osaka | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Inscription on bell at Hokoji in Kyoto. The Siege of Osaka (の, Ōsaka no Eki?, or, more commonly, の Ōsaka no Jin) was a series of battles undertaken by the Tokugawa shogunate against the Toyotomi clan, and ending in that clan's destruction.Divided into two stages (Winter Campaign and Summer Campaign), and lasting from 1614 to 1615, the siege put an end to the last major ...

  • Omatsu | Koei Wiki | Fandom

    Not to be confused with another Matsu. Matsuhime is one of Shingen's daughters. She is best known for her everlasting devotion to Nobutada Oda which is considered unusual for the time period. Within the Nobunaga's Ambition series, she is called Matsu Takeda (, Takeda Matsu) to clarify her identity. She appears in Tenshouki, Iron Triangle, Tendou and Sphere of Influence. The Nobunaga ...

  • Yojimbo (film) | Action Movies Wiki | Fandom

    Yojimbo ( Yōjinbō?) is a 1961 jidaigeki film directed by Akira Kurosawa. It tells the story of a rōnin, portrayed by Toshiro Mifune, who arrives in a small town where competing crime lords vie for supremacy. The two bosses each try to hire the newcomer as a bodyguard. Based on the success of Yojimbo, Kurosawa's next film, Sanjuro (1962), was altered to incorporate the lead ...

  • Iron Harvest Wiki | Fandom

    Iron Harvest takes place in the World of 1920+. In the early 20th century, tradition clashes with progress, and the world is still full of mysteries and secrets. Humankind, fascinated by technology, iron, and engines, invented powerful walking machines, that …

  • Yokosuka | Nihonkoku Shoukan Wiki | Fandom

    Yokosuka(,Yokosuka-shi)is acityinKanagawa Prefecture,Japan. Yokosuka is the 11th most populous city in theGreater Tokyo Area, and the 12th in theKantō region. 1 Overview 2 Chronology 2.1 After the Transfer 3 Lay-out and Features The area around present-day Yokosuka City has been inhabited for thousands of years. Archaeologists have found stone tools andshell middensfrom ...

  • Japan (Tokugawa Yoshimune) | Civilization V Customisation ...

    Japan led by Tokugawa Yoshimune is a custom civilisation by Homusubi, with contributions from Putmalk. This mod requires Brave New World. 1 Overview 1.1 Tokugawa Yoshimune 1.1.1 Dawn of Man 2 Unique Attributes 2.1 A Note on the Unique Ability Mechanics 3 Music 4 Mod Support 4.1 Unique Cultural Influence 5 Full Credits List Tokugawa Yoshimune was the eighth of the Tokugawa …

  • Way of the Samurai 4 | WOTS Wiki | Fandom

    Way of the Samurai 4 is a video game developed by Acquire and published by Spike for the PlayStation 3 and Ghostlight for the PC. It is the latest installment of the Way of the Samurai series, first released in Japan in March 3, 2011. The game offers a mix of story, combat and event scenes. From March 3, 2011 to July 23, 2015 it was exclusive to the PlayStation 3, an English version was ...

  • Takeda Shingen | Geisha world Wiki | Fandom

    Takeda Shingen ( ?, December 1, 1521 – May 13, 1573), of Kai Province, was a pre-eminent daimyo in feudal Japan with exceptional military prestige in the late stage of the Sengoku period. 1 Name 2 Early Life 3 Initial expansion 4 Death 5 After Death Shingen was called "Tarō" (a commonly used pet name for the eldest son of a Japanese family) or "Katsuchiyo" () during his ...

  • Akiko | Iron Harvest Wiki | Fandom

    Note: The following is from the Scythe game, and may not ultimately be included in Iron Harvest. From an early age, Akiko, the niece of the shogun, read stories of warriors and adventurers in faraway lands. She was especially fascinated by the beauty and art of …

  • Iron Harvest | Kylar Wiki | Fandom

    Drawing on the legacy ofCompany of HeroesandDawn of War,Iron Harvestis the next great RTS game. Set in the unique world called 1920+, born in the fertile mind of Jakub Różalski, the game aims to create gameplay where sound tactics and smart use of units under your command matter more than twitch reflexes and clicks per minute. A great single-player campaign is just the cherry on top. 1 ...

  • Tokugawa Ieyasu | Sengoku Period Wiki | Fandom

    Tokugawa Ieyasu Personal Information Born: January 31, 1543 Place of Birth: Okazaki Castle, Mikawaprovince Died: June 1, 1616 Cause of Death: Cancer or Syphilis Place of Death: Sumpu province Style name: Served: Imagawa Tokugawa Participation(s): Battle of Anegawa Battle of Mikatagahara Battle of Nagashino Battle of Komaki-Nagakute Battle of Sekigahara Battle of Osaka …

  • Yasuhito, Prince Chichibu | The Kaiserreich Wiki | Fandom

    Yasuhito, Prince Chichibu, also known as Prince Yasuhito, is a younger brother to the reigning Emperor Hirohito of the Empire of Japan. He was the second son of the previous Emperor Taishō and is currently a major in the Imperial Japanese Army. Yasuhito was …

  • Shogunate | Gamaran Wiki | Fandom

    Also known as "Bakufu", is the Japanese government ruled by the Shogun (Lit. General), whose authority is even greater than the Emperor's one. During his history Japan saw three main Bakufu governments, under the Minamoto, the Ashikaga and finally the Tokugawa. 1 Role in Gamaran 2 Members 2.1 Notable Members 3 Trivia The Shogunate is first mentioned during Iori's assault on Unabara Castle ...

  • Ieyasu Tokugawa | Koei Wiki | Fandom

    Ieyasu Tokugawa is the founder of the Tokugawa clan. He is known in contemporary times as one of the three unifiers of Japan, preceded by Nobunaga Oda and Hideyoshi Toyotomi. He is best known for establishing the Tokugawa shogunate, the last military regime of its kind in Japanese history. After his death, Ieyasu was worshiped during the Edo period as the great harbinger of peace who ended the ...

  • Great War | Iron Harvest Wiki | Fandom

    The Great War was a devastating international conflict which took place from 1915-1920 in the 1920+ universe, paralleling World War I (which we also call the Great War) in our timeline with some differences. The war to end all wars, it saw previously unheard-of levels of destruction and untold loss of human lives. 1 Scythe History 1.1 Participants 2 Iron Harvest History 2.1 Participants 2.2 ...

  • Shinsengumi Headquarters | Total War Wiki | Fandom

    Shinsengumi Headquarters are a type of propaganda building in Fall of the Samurai. Sometimes the wolf at the door is within. Given the dangerous nature of the men of the shinsengumi, their headquarters unsurprisingly increases repression. Unsurprisingly, the quality of shinsengumi agents recruited here is improved. The shinsengumi, the "newly chosen squad" were a police force recruited by the ...

  • Muramasa - Official Black Survival Wiki

    1 Item Info 2 Made From 3 Found At 3.1 Lumia Island (Classic Mode) 3.2 Seoul Map (Team Match) 4 Needed to Craft A sword cursing the Tokugawa family, the founders of Japan's Tokugawa shogunate. Tokugawa Ieyasu's grandfather, father, and son all got killed or wounded by this sword, and he himself also had his finger cut off. This item cannot be made. Appears at Random area (first drops 3 minutes ...

  • Togawa Shogunate | Iron Harvest Wiki | Fandom

    The Togawa Shogunate is a faction and nation in the 1920+ universe. A shrewd and clever faction, they aim to expand their borders. 1 Overview 2 Abilities 2.1 Faction 2.2 Mechs 3 Heroes 4 Trivia 5 Gallery 5.1 Possible Sources of Information Togawa exists as a military dictatorship nominally ruled by an Emperor, although under the de facto leadership of the Shogunate. Their borders are currently ...

  • Bakumatsu | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Bakumatsu (, bakumatsu?, "Late Tokugawa Shogunate", literally "end of the curtain") refers to the final years of the Edo period when the Tokugawa shogunate ended. Between 1853 and 1867 Japan ended its isolationist foreign policy known as sakoku and changed from a feudal shogunate to the Meiji government. The major ideological-political divide during this period was between the pro ...

  • Muramasa - Official Eternal Return Wiki

    Sep 19, 2020· A sword cursing the Tokugawa family, who were the founders of Japan's Tokugawa shogunate. Tokugawa Leyasu's grandfather, father, and son were all killed or wounded by this sword, and Leyasu himself also had his finger cut off.