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1st Name(Jp)Last Name(Jp) Born yeardead yearentry biography
Given NameFamily Name POLLEAINTCHMVirtueAffinity
VocationReligion Skills  
長泰成田 150815861523 Yamanōuchi-Uesugi retainer. After the demise of his master's clan, he served Kenshin Uesugi. However, he would leave him to go serve the Hōjō.
Nagayasu Narita 505559 5013 65
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
氏長成田 154215951557 Hōjō retainer, Nagayasu's heir. His castle was put under siege during Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Odawara. After his master's demise, he went to serve Ujisato Gamō.
Ujinaga Narita 554559 5057 69
KokuninBuddhism [Calm][-] [-]
長忠成田 154716161562 Hōjō retainer, Nagayasu's 2nd son. After the demise of his master's clan, he served Ujisato Gamō. In the battle of Sekigahara, he fought for the eastern army.
Osatada Narita 523634 4460 72
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
泰季成田 151615901531 Narita retainer, Chikayasu's son and lord of Oshi Castle. In 1566, his brother Nagayasu tried to make his Osatada the heir to the clan. Yasusue and the other retainers opposed this.
Yasusue Narita 502240 4046 70
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
氏康北条 151515711530 3rd head of the Late Hōjō clan, Ujitsuna's heir. Competing ruthlessly with Shingen Takeda and Kenshin Uesugi, he established a powerful realm in Kantō.
Ujiyasu Hōjō 938988 7682 82
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][Block] [Rally]
氏政北条 153815901553 4th head of the Late Hōjō clan, Ujiyasu's heir. He made the clan very strong with his brothers and retainers. Defeated in Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Odawara, he committed suicide.
Ujimasa Hōjō 636355 6435 77
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
氏直北条 156215911577 5th head of the Late Hōjō clan, Ujimasa's heir. He defied Hideyoshi Toyotomi's orders which led to Hideyoshi's conquest of Odawara. He surrendered after 3 months and died of illness.
Ujinao Hōjō 523731 5875 86
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
氏照北条 154015901555 Hōjō retainer, Ujiyasu's 2nd son. Supported Ujimasa in military affairs and diplomacy. After the fall of Odawara Castle, Hideyoshi Toyotomi ordered him and his brother to commit suicide.
Ujiteru Hōjō 506651 6177 77
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
氏邦北条 154115971556 Hōjō retainer, Ujiyasu's 3rd son. He settled peace with the Uesugi. During Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Odawara, he lost his castle to Toshiie Maeda and surrendered.
Ujikuni Hōjō 506355 5641 87
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
氏規北条 154516001560 Hōjō retainer, Ujiyasu's 4th son. He met Ieyasu Tokugawa as a hostage of the Imagawa. During Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Odawara, Ieyasu convinced him to surrender.
Ujinori Hōjō 616063 6855 86
SamuraiBuddhism [Swift][Calm] [-]
幻庵北条 149315891508 Hōjō retainer, Sōun's 3rd son. Served the Hōjō for 5 generations. He wrote a special letter and gave it to his master, Ujiyasu's daughter when she left the clan to join the Kira.
Genan Hōjō 842377 8869 82
MonkBuddhism [Confuse][-] [-]
綱成北条 151515871530 Hōjō retainer, Masanari Fukushima's son. He relied on the Ujitsuna Hōjō for protection after his father died, marrying Ujitsuna's daughter.
Tsunashige Hōjō 478875 6189 82
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Swift] [Demolish]
氏繁北条 153615781551 Hōjō retainer, Tsunashige's son. He was a very fierce warrior, much like his father. He was lord of Tamanawa Castle and defeated Kenshin Uesugi's Kantō invasion forces.
Ujishige Hōjō 436559 4563 82
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Calm] [-]
氏勝北条 155916111574 Hōjō retainer, Ujishige's son. During Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Odawara, he defended Yamanaka Castle until it was captured. He served the Tokugawa after the battle.
Ujikatsu Hōjō 282723 4225 87
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
憲秀松田 154015901555 Hōjō retainer, served as an elderly advisor. During Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Odawara, he tried to defect to Hideyoshi but failed and had to commit suicide.
Norihide Matsuda 63967 615 17
RetainerBuddhism [Taunt][-] [-]
盛昌大道寺 149415551509 Hōjō retainer. The Daidōji clan have been retainers of the Hōjō for generations, from the days of Sōun Hōjō.
Morimasa Daidōji 814048 5560 94
RetainerBuddhism [-][-] [-]
政繁大道寺 153315901548 Hōjō retainer, Morimasa's son. During Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Odawara, he surrendered and acted as a guide. Hideyoshi later ordered him to commit suicide.
Masashige Daidōji 784855 6126 09
RetainerBuddhism [-][-] [-]
綱景遠山 151815641533 Hōjō retainer. A poet. He held many poetry events at Edo Castle. During the Hōjō-Satomi war, he sided with the Satomi but died during the battle.
Tsunakage Tōyama 485852 6852 84
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
康忠垪和 154215951557 Hōjō retainer, lord of Umaya Castle. Acted as messenger during the Hōjō-Uesugi alliance. Aided in conquering eastern Kōzuke.
Yasutada Haga 562658 6066 90
SamuraiBuddhism [Rally][-] [-]
康英清水 153215911547 Hōjō retainer, served Ujiyasu Hōjō in many locations. During Hideyoshi Toyotomi's conquest of Odawara, he defended Shimoda Castle but surrendered eventually.
Yasuhide Shimizu 186037 3272 83
KokuninBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
康敬石巻 153416131549 Hōjō retainer, he was a great horseman. When his lord, Ujinao defied an order by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, he went to apologize. He served Ieyasu Tokugawa after the demise of the clan.
Yasumasa Ishimaki 602434 5553 91
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
江雪斎板部岡 153716091552 Hōjō retainer, he served as a general official. He negotiated peace terms with Ieyasu Tokugawa and Hideyoshi Toyotomi. After the demise of his master, he served Hideyoshi.
Kōsetsusai Itabeoka 72273 7733 87
MonkBuddhism [Calm][-] [-]
邦憲猪俣 154915901564 Hōjō retainer. Served Ujikuni Hōjō, looking after Numata Castle. He took Nagurumi Castle from Masayuki Sanada, giving Hideyoshi Toyotomi a reason to attack Odawara.
Kuninori Inomata 23818 1828 78
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
義元今川 151915601534 9th head of the Imagawa. Formed the Kai-Sagami-Suruga alliance, amassing great strength. He was killed by Nobunaga Oda while on his way to the capital in a surprise attack.
Yoshimoto Imagawa 837672 8044 41
NobleBuddhism [Volley 3][Rally] [-]
氏真今川 153816141553 10th head of the Imagawa, Yoshimoto's heir. He spent most of his time playing games and writing poetry. As a result, Ieyasu Tokugawa and Shingen Takeda confiscated his realm.
Ujizane Imagawa 3957 8137 41
NobleBuddhism [-][-] [-]
氏広関口 152315621538 Imagawa retainer, lord of Mochimune Castle. Married Yoshimoto Imagawa's sister. His daughter married Ieyasu Tokugawa. His life ends when Ujizane orders him to commit suicide.
Ujihiro Sekiguchi 57954 4865 43
NobleBuddhism [-][-] [-]
雪斎太原 149615551511 Imagawa retainer. During the battle of Azukizaka, he defeated the Oda forces and aided in the formation of the Kai-Sagami-Suruga alliance.
Sessai Taigen 898190 9360 29
MonkBuddhism [Swift][Block] [Confuse]
信置朝比奈 152815821543 Imagawa retainer, fought in the battle of Azukizaka. After the demise of his master's clan, he served Shingen Takeda. After the Takeda's demise, he committed suicide.
Nobuoki Asahina 215345 5841 50
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
泰能朝比奈 150715571522 Imagawa retainer, lord of Kakegawa Castle. In 1548, he aided Sessai Taigen in the battle of Azukizaka, defeating Nobuhide Oda. He led the Imagawa in their western advance.
Yasuyoshi Asahina 565749 5957 41
RetainerBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
泰朝朝比奈 153015821545 Imagawa retainer, Yasuyoshi's son. After being forced out of Suruga, he went to Ujizane's Kakegawa Castle where he fought Tokugawa forces. The castle fell after 5 months.
Yasutomo Asahina 216853 5996 41
RetainerBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
元真安倍 151315871528 Imagawa retainer. Defended Sunpu Castle along with Masatsuna Okabe but were no match against Shingen Takeda. He later joined the Tokugawa and fought against the Takeda.
Motozane Abe 345256 4853 43
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
景貫天野 153215951547 Imagawa retainer. After the demise of the Imagawa, he joined the Takeda and fought the Tokugawa. After the Takeda was destroyed, he joined the Hōjō, fighting the Satake.
Kagetsura Amano 374048 4722 42
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
直政井伊 156116021576 Tokugawa retainer, one of the 4 guardians. During the battle of Sekigahara, he faced the Shimazu forces and defeated and killed Toyohisa Shimazu.
Naomasa Ii 698164 6275 90
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Swift] [Taunt]
直孝井伊 159016591605 Tokugawa retainer, Naomasa's 2nd son. He was the leader of the Ōmi-Hikone clan. During the summer siege of Ōsaka, he defeated both Morichika Chōsokabe and Shigenari Kimura.
Naotaka Ii 686953 6169 91
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
連竜飯尾 152615651541 Imagawa retainer. He defected to the Tokugawa after the battle of Okehazama, angering his lord, Ujizane. He was later murdered by Ujizane at Sunpu Castle.
Tsuratatsu Iio 292943 5031 44
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
長持鵜殿 151315571528 Imagawa retainer. He was married to Yoshimoto Imagawa's sister. The Udono were descendants of the Fujiwara.
Nagamochi Udono 482449 5563 42
NobleBuddhism [-][-] [-]
長照鵜殿 153315621548 Imagawa retainer, Nagamochi's son. He remained loyal to the Imagawa after the battle of Okehazama. As a result, he was later attacked by Tokugawa forces and killed.
Nagateru Udono 273631 5455 42
NobleBuddhism [-][-] [-]
氏長鵜殿 154916241564 Imagawa retainer, Nagateru's son. He was captured by Ieyasu Tokugawa. After the demise of his master's clan, he joined the Tokugawa, fighting in battles such as Nagashino.
Ujinaga Udono 34620 5420 27
NobleBuddhism [-][-] [-]
正綱岡部 154215831557 Imagawa retainer. He joined the Takeda after the Imagawa met its demise. Fought in the battle of Mikatagahara. Joined the Tokugawa after the Takeda were finished.
Masatsuna Okabe 563846 4637 26
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
長盛岡部 156816321583 Tokugawa retainer, Masatsuna's son. Fought in the battle of Nagakute and also participated in Ieyasu's invasion of Kantō. He was granted large tracts of land in Kazusa and Shimōsa.
Nagamori Okabe 532533 4541 16
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
元信岡部 152715811542 Imagawa retainer. In the battle of Okehazama, he brought back the head of his lord, Yoshimoto back to Suruga. He later joined the Takeda where he would die fighting the Tokugawa.
Motonobu Okabe 157142 5067 42
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
貞能奥平 153715981552 Imagawa retainer. He served the Tokugawa after the battle of Okehazama. He also attacked Kakegawa Castle and fought in the battle of Anegawa. He later fought in Nagashino.
Sadayoshi Okudaira 433744 4540 68
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
信昌奥平 155516151570 Tokugawa retainer, Sadayoshi's son. Served Shingen Takeda but returned back to the Tokugawa after his death. He later married Ieyasu's daughter.
Nobumasa Okudaira 196067 4052 68
KokuninBuddhism [Volley 3][Calm] [-]
氏元葛山 152415741539 Imagawa retainer, lord of Katsurayama Castle. Contributed greatly in administrating the clan. After the demise of his master's clan, Shingen Takeda's 6th son took over.
Ujimoto Katsurayama 621837 5531 43
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
宗能久能 152716091542 Imagawa retainer, lord of Kuno Castle. He joined the Tokugawa after the demise of his master's clan. He ruled Sakura Castle at one time but returned back to Kuno Castle.
Muneyoshi Kuno 534357 4233 17
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
定盈菅沼 154316041558 Imagawa retainer, lord of Noda Castle. He served the Tokugawa after the battle of Okehazama. During Shingen Takeda's invasion of Mikawa, he was defeated defending his castle.
Sadamitsu Suganuma 483951 4746 44
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
政友御宿 156716151582 Hōjō retainer. After serving the likes of the Imagawa and Takeda, he went to serve Hideyasu Yūki. He later fought in the summer siege of Ōsaka and died during the battle.
Masatomo Mishuku 2635 740 03
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
元康松平 154216161557 Established the Edo Shogunate. He became independent after the battle of Okehazama. Allied with the Oda while serving the Toyotomi. Victory at Sekigahara made him the Shōgun.
Motoyasu Matsudaira 908584 7285 90
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Swift] [Rally]
信康松平 155915791574 Ieyasu Tokugawa's eldest son. Nobunaga Oda accused him of aiding their enemy the Takeda and he was ordered by his father to commit suicide.
Nobuyasu Matsudaira 457553 6080 90
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
秀忠松平 157916321594 Ieyasu's 3rd son. During the battle of Sekigahara, he was defeated by Masayuki Sanada, upsetting his father. However, he made him the 2nd Shōgun for the Edo Shogunate.
Hidetada Matsudaira 751881 6129 78
SamuraiBuddhism [Calm][-] [-]
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