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1st Name(Jp)Last Name(Jp) Born yeardead yearentry biography
Given NameFamily Name POLLEAINTCHMVirtueAffinity
VocationReligion Skills  
全登明石 155116151566 Ukita retainer, Kagechika's son. During the battle of Sekigahara, he fought in the Ukita's vanguard. He entered Ōsaka Castle, leading his Christian samurai in the siege of Ōsaka.
Teruzumi Akashi 427154 5391 19
SamuraiChristianity [Swift][-] [-]
景能延原 152815821543 Uragami retainer. After the demise of his clan, he served the Ukita. He and Motohide Hanabusa captured Mitsuboshi Castle and defeated the remnants of the Uragami.
Kageyoshi Nobuhara 405362 5651 55
SamuraiBuddhism [Calm][-] [-]
直家宇喜多 152915821544 Uragami retainer, lord of Otogo Castle. He was notorious for using sinister tactics but made his realm very powerful. After he exiled Munekage, Bizen was completely in his power.
Naoie Ukita 857090 653 10
RetainerBuddhism [Volley 3][Confuse] [-]
秀家宇喜多 157216551581 Toyotomi retainer, Naoie's heir. During the battle of Sekigahara, he sided with the western army. After the battle, he was assigned to Hachijōjima.
Hideie Ukita 506136 6379 10
RetainerBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
忠家宇喜多 153616091551 Ukita retainer. He contributed greatly to his brother. After his brother's death, his nephew, Hideie became head of the clan. He was ordered by Hideie and went to fight in Korea.
Tadaie Ukita 585147 5862 07
RetainerBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
利勝 153215921547 Ukita retainer, one of the three Ukita elders. A veteran warrior, he fought in over 40 battles. He aided in the restoring of Okayama Castle. He later died of illness while fighting in Korea.
Toshikatsu Oka 636465 5470 10
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][Calm] [-]
家利 156616151581 Ukita retainer, Toshikatsu's son. He served Ieyasu Tokugawa. During the siege of Ōsaka, he committed suicide because his son had been fighting on the other side.
Ietoshi Oka 394535 3156 10
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
貞親長船 152915881544 Ukita retainer, one of the three Ukita elders. He fought in the battle of Myōzenji and countless other battles. He was later killed by his younger sister.
Sadachika Osafune 655567 5650 05
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Rally] [-]
綱直長船 155815981573 Ukita retainer, Sadachika's son. He aided in developing his realm's infrastructure. It is believed he was murdered.
Tsunanao Osafune 712957 5659 09
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
秀安戸川 153315921548 Ukita retainer, one of the three Ukita elders. He fought in battles like the battle of Myōzenji and many others. He eventually became chief retainer.
Hideyasu Togawa 605467 5054 99
SamuraiBuddhism [Swift][Taunt] [-]
達安戸川 156716271582 Ukita retainer, Hideyasu's heir. He fought in the Korean campaign. A devout follower of Nichiren, he did not like the Christian Tsunanao Osafune. He later left and joined the Tokugawa.
Michiyasu Togawa 524955 5547 99
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
正幸花房 152416051539 Ukita retainer, Mushiake Castle. One of the retainers who supported Naoie. He was an expert archer, having been in several battles. He trained Fujitaka Hosokawa in the arts.
Masayuki Hanabusa 495659 7148 98
SamuraiBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
正成花房 155516231570 Ukita retainer, Masayuki's son. It was his idea to cut off the water supply to Takamatsu Castle during Hideyoshi Hashiba's western campaign. He later joined Ieyasu Tokugawa.
Masanari Hanabusa 634066 6262 98
SamuraiBuddhism [Demolish][-] [-]
職秀花房 154916161564 Ukita retainer. He was a great warrior, always first on the field. During the battle of Sekigahara, he sided with the eastern army and gained territory in Bicchū.
Motohide Hanabusa 85412 3046 98
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
宗治清水 153715821552 Mōri retainer, lord of Takamatsu Castle. He exchanged his life for those in his castle during Hideyoshi's siege and committed suicide.
Muneharu Shimizu 187454 6385 54
KokuninBuddhism [Volley 3][Block] [-]
家親三村 151515661530 From a powerful clan in Bicchū. His clan became the most powerful in Bicchū. He was assassinated by Naoie Ukita just before beginning his invasion of Bizen and Mimasaka.
Iechika Mimura 467144 5246 59
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
元親三村 154115751556 From a powerful clan in Bicchū. Iechika's son. He became head of the clan after his father's death. He later tried to fight the Mōri but was defeated and committed suicide.
Motochika Mimura 364854 4754 59
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
親成三村 152215801537 Mimura retainer. He opposed the idea of his nephew, Motochika, asking Nobunaga Oda for aid and was exiled. He later returned with the Mōri and killed Motochika, taking over the clan.
Chikashige Mimura 573861 5418 53
SamuraiBuddhism [Confuse][-] [-]
盛重杉原 153215811547 Mōri retainer. He was appointed by Motoharu Kikkawa to become the lord of Kannabe Castle. He served in Motoharu's vanguard in Sanin.
Morishige Sugihara 305938 4551 55
KokuninBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
宗勝乃美 152715921542 Mōri retainer, he led the Kobayakawa navy. During the battle of Itsukushima, he contributed to Mōri victory. He destroyed the Oda navy at the battle of Kizugawaguchi.
Munekatsu Nomi 195653 4059 38
PirateBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
元就毛利 149715711512 Aki Daimyō. Through his sinister tactics, he ruled 10 territories. During the battle of Itsukushima, his strategies prevailed over an enemy 5 times his size.
Motonari Mōri 958897 8251 36
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][Block] [Confuse]
隆元毛利 152315631538 Aki Daimyō, Motonari's heir. He was a hostage of the Ōuchi. He intended to carry out his father's legacy and headed out for the conquest of Izumo but died suddenly on the way there.
Takamoto Mōri 796866 7379 36
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][Rally] [-]
輝元毛利 155316251568 Aki Daimyō, Takamoto's heir. He became head of the clan after his grandfather, Motonari died. During the battle of Sekigahara, he sided with the western army.
Terumoto Mōri 484523 6371 31
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
元春毛利 153015861545 Motonari Mōri's 2nd son. From a powerful clan in Aki. He served the Kikkawa, fighting in Sanin. He was known as a great warrior who never lost a battle.
Motoharu Mōri 538769 7182 41
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Swift] [Demolish]
元長毛利 154815871563 Motoharu's eldest son. He fought in Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Kyūshū where he never lost a battle. He took over the clan after his father's death but he too died soon thereafter.
Motonaga Mōri 446845 5474 41
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
広家毛利 156116251576 Motoharu's 3rd son. During the battle of Sekigahara, he predicted that the western army would lose and negotiated with the Mōri to let him stay. He was later branded a traitor.
Hiroie Mōri 724172 6542 41
SamuraiBuddhism [Confuse][-] [-]
隆景毛利 153315971548 Motonari Mōri's 3rd son. From a powerful clan in Aki, he took over the Kobayakawa and fought in the Sanyō region. After the Honnōji incident, he became one Hideyoshi Toyotomi's advisors.
Takakage Mōri 847882 7390 31
SamuraiBuddhism [Swift][Block] [Calm]
元清毛利 155115971566 Motonari Mōri's 4th son. From a powerful clan in Bicchū, he took over the Hoida. His feats include capturing Yukimori Yamanaka's castle. He returned to being a Mōri later on.
Motokiyo Mōri 505545 4964 36
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
秀元毛利 157916501594 Motokiyo Hoida's son. He was adopted by his cousin, Terumoto. During Hideyoshi Toyotomi's Korean campaign, he led the Mōri forces. He fought in the battle of Sekigahara.
Hidemoto Mōri 455627 5462 31
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
信直熊谷 150715931522 Aki-Takeda retainer. He fell out of favor with his clan and joined the Mōri. His daughter married Motonari's son, Motoharu Kikkawa. He served in the vanguard for Kikkawa's forces.
Nobunao Kumagai 297146 5254 41
KokuninBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
元直熊谷 155516051570 Mōri retainer, Nobunao's grandson. He became a Christian after being influenced by Yoshitaka Kuroda. He later defied his master, Terumoto's decree on religion and was executed.
Motonao Kumagai 363521 4834 41
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
隆家宍戸 151815921533 From a powerful clan in Aki. He fought against Motonari Mōri but later married his daughter and became part of the clan. He fought many battles alongside Motoharu Kikkawa.
Takaie Shishido 584935 5750 43
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
元澄 150015691515 Mōri retainer. He was lord of Aki-Sakurao Castle and in charge of Itsukushima Shrine. During the battle of Itsukushima, he successfully lured out Harukata Sue.
Motozumi Katsura 624858 5848 36
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
広良志道 146715571482 Mōri retainer. He took a part in arranging Motonari Mōri's heir. At Motonari's request, he looked after his son, Takamoto.
Hiroyoshi Shiji 814682 7756 35
SamuraiBuddhism [Rally][-] [-]
通良口羽 151315821528 Mōri retainer, Hiroyoshi Shiji's 2nd son. He served Motoharu Kikkawa in the Sanin region. After his master, Motonari's death, he became one of the four clan advisors.
Michiyoshi Kuchiba 774771 7169 42
SamuraiBuddhism [Calm][-] [-]
貞俊福原 151215931527 Mōri retainer. He also served as chief retainer. He served Takakage Kobayakawa in the Sanyō region. After his master, Motonari's death, he became one of the four clan advisors.
Sadatoshi Fukuhara 754877 6370 31
SamuraiBuddhism [Swift][Confuse] [-]
元相国司 149315911508 Mōri retainer. He defeated 34 men during the battle of Kōriyama. He became one of the five clan administrators. He was later commended for his valor by Shōgun Yoshiteru Ashikaga.
Motosuke Kunishi 467347 5777 36
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
就忠児玉 150715621522 Mōri retainer. He assisted his master, Motonari, in preparing his inheritance. He later became one of the five clan administrators. He was regarded very highly by Motonari.
Naritada Kodama 692761 6962 35
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
就方児玉 151315881528 Mōri retainer. He came to serve the Mōri with his brother, Mototada's approval. He later became the lord of the Kusatsu Castle. He led the Mōri navy.
Narikata Kodama 325647 5454 35
PirateBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
元慶堅田 156816221583 Mōri retainer. He received the name "Katada" from his master, Terumoto. He served Takakage Kobayakawa. He represented Terumoto in the battle of Sekigahara.
Motoyoshi Katada 552537 5259 36
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
隆秀佐波 152215961537 From a powerful clan in Iwami. He first served the Ōuchi. After the demise of his clan, he joined the Mōri. He fought in the conquest of Iwami and later looked after Hiroshima Castle.
Takahide Saha 454255 5038 47
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
就正南方 154015991555 Mōri retainer. When Teruhiro Ōuchi tried to start an uprising in Suō after receiving aid from Sōrin Ōtomo, Narimasa went after and executed him.
Narimasa Minakata 384649 4350 38
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
経好市川 152615841541 Kikkawa retainer. Along with his father, he supported Motonari Mōri's 2nd son, Motoharu to take over the clan. Later served the Mōri.
Tsuneyoshi Ichikawa 633065 6034 38
SamuraiBuddhism [Calm][-] [-]
経安吉川 152515741540 Mōri retainer. After the Mōri conquered Iwami, he built Monoiwazu Castle. He was later attacked by Takakane Fukuya but he and his son. Tsuneie, were able to defeat him.
Tsuneyasu Kikkawa 485141 5156 42
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
経家吉川 154715811562 Mōri retainer. Tsuneyasu's son. He was exiled by Toyokuni Yamana and entered Inaba-Tottori Castle where he fought against Hideyoshi Hashiba. To free his troops, he committed suicide.
Tsuneie Kikkawa 206438 5187 42
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
恵瓊安国寺 153816001553 Mōri retainer, Nobushige Takeda's son. He supported Nobunaga Oda and Hideyoshi Toyotomi. He sided with the western army at the battle of Sekigahara and was executed.
Ekei Ankokuji 811276 8015 31
MonkBuddhism [Confuse][-] [-]
元相平賀 154716451562 Mōri retainer. After the battle of Sekigahara, his clan's fief was reduced to 25%. He eventually lived together with his grandson in Hagi.
Motosuke Hiraga 443945 4348 36
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
義隆大内 150715511522 31st head of the Ōuchi. He was Prefect for 7 territories, ruling parts of Chūgoku and Kyūshū. He committed suicide after his retainer, Harukata Sue's started an uprising.
Yoshitaka Ōuchi 827129 7830 59
NobleBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
晴英大友 153215571547 32nd head of the Ōuchi, Yoshiaki Ōtomo's son. After Yoshitaka Ōuchi's death by Harukata Sue, he took over the Ōuchi. He committed suicide after Harukata's death at the battle of Itsukushima.
Haruhide Ōtomo 331810 6556 79
NobleBuddhism [-][-] [-]
隆著青景 151415561529 Ōuchi retainer, he served as a clan administrator. At first enemies with Shigenori Sugi, the two settled peace. He was the driving force behind Harukata Sue's uprising.
Takaakira Aokage 50863 636 59
KokuninBuddhism [Taunt][-] [-]
1st Name(Jp)Last Name(Jp) Born yeardead yearentry biography
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VocationReligion Skills  
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