All officer of "Nobunaga's Ambition : Rise to Power"

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1st Name(Jp)Last Name(Jp) Born yeardead yearentry biography
Given NameFamily Name POLLEAINTCHMVirtueAffinity
VocationReligion Skills  
安正藤方 157116221586 Oda retainer. Tomonari's son. He served Nobukane Oda and later Hidetsugu Toyotomi. Ieyasu Tokugawa granted him land in Shimōsa and he served the Tokugawa.
Yasumasa Fujikata 333744 3834 67
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
信虎武田 149415741509 Representative of Kai. Conquered Kai but was exiled to Suruga by his son Shingen. He wandered the land, never returning to Kai.
Nobutora Takeda 529855 1822 44
ConstableBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
晴信武田 152115731536 Representative of Kai. Nobutora's heir. Disapproving his father's strategies, he exiled him and became leader. He led a great cavalry and was nicknamed "the Tiger of Kai."
Harunobu Takeda 879390 7610 63
ConstableBuddhism [Block][Block] [Confuse]
義信武田 153815671553 Shingen's eldest son. Fought in the battle of Kawanakajima. Convinced by his wife, he tried to start an uprising. He was later confined in a temple where he died 2 years later.
Yoshinobu Takeda 407225 6190 44
ConstableBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
勝頼武田 154615821561 A Daimyō from Kai, Shingen's 4th son. He suffered a major defeat at the battle of Nagashino to the Oda. He later committed suicide at a mountain.
Katsuyori Takeda 368223 4553 70
ConstableBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
盛信武田 155715821572 Shingen Takeda's 5th son, From a powerful clan in Shinano. He fought against Nobunaga Oda's forces but was outnumbered. Unable to face his enemy, he committed suicide.
Morinobu Takeda 456948 5383 63
ConstableBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
信繁武田 152515611540 Nobutora's 2nd son. During the battle of Kawanakajima, he died protecting his army's main camp. He was revered as a "fine warrior" by many after his death.
Nobushige Takeda 757776 7298 63
ConstableBuddhism [Block][Rally] [-]
信豊武田 154715821562 Nobushige's son. He took over the clan after his father was killed in the battle of Kawanakajima. He was later murdered during Nobunaga Oda's conquest of Kai.
Nobutoyo Takeda 385245 5245 63
ConstableBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
信廉武田 152815821543 Nobutora's 3rd son. He served Shingen after the death of his brother, Nobushige. Because of his resemblance to Shingen, he often acted as his double.
Nobukado Takeda 562035 8037 63
ConstableBuddhism [-][-] [-]
信有小山田 151915521534 Takeda retainer, Dewa Prefect. Fought in the siege of Shiga Castle and the battle of Uedahara. He suffered severe wounds while attacking Toishi Castle and died.
Nobuari Oyamada 406244 4642 71
KokuninBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
信茂小山田 154515821560 Takeda retainer. He traveled the land, fighting in various battles. He joined Nobunaga Oda in his conquest of Kai. After Katsuyori's death, he was executed for betrayal.
Nobushige Oyamada 646366 5624 71
KokuninBuddhism [Swift][Taunt] [-]
信君穴山 154115821556 Takeda retainer. He normally served in protecting the army's main camp. After the demise of the Takeda, he served Ieyasu Tokugawa. He died after the Honnōji incident.
Nobukimi Anayama 661746 6715 58
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
信友秋山 152715751542 Takeda retainer. This great warrior was nicknamed "the Bull of Takeda" by Ieyasu Tokugawa. He was later captured by Nobunaga Oda's forces during battle and crucified.
Nobutomo Akiyama 656569 5580 58
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Demolish] [-]
昌信高坂 152715781542 Takeda retainer, one of the 4 great generals of the Takeda. He rose through the ranks, having served as Shingen's page. No one else could match his level of strategy.
Masanobu Kōsaka 697978 6588 57
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Confuse] [-]
信房馬場 151515751530 Takeda retainer, one of the 4 great generals of the Takeda. During the battle of Nagashino, he fought in the rear guard, dying as a result of protecting his lord, Katsuyori's escape.
Nobufusa Baba 738571 6394 57
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Rally] [-]
昌豊内藤 152215751537 Takeda retainer, one of the 4 great generals of the Takeda. He was a gifted strategist and governed western Kōzuke from Minowa Castle. He died during the battle of Nagashino.
Masatoyo Naitō 747676 6385 57
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Calm] [-]
虎昌飯富 150415651519 Takeda retainer. He served as educator for Shingen's eldest son, Yoshinobu. He committed suicide when Yoshinobu began his uprising.
Toramasa Obu 398340 5865 44
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
昌景飯富 153015751545 Takeda retainer, one of the 4 great generals of the Takeda. Served his lord, Shingen, in all aspects of his government. He was shot to death during the battle of Nagashino.
Masakage Obu 608664 6387 57
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][Swift] [Taunt]
昌恒土屋 155615821571 Takeda retainer. He fought to the last man protecting his lord, Katsuyori. His incredible valor earned him the nickname "Killer of a Thousand Men."
Masatsune Tsuchiya 104930 2081 70
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
晴幸山本 149315611508 Takeda retainer, served as Shingen's tactician. During the 4th battle of Kawanakajima, his strategy failed against Kenshin Uesugi and he was killed during the battle.
Haruyuki Yamamoto 308091 7540 64
KokuninBuddhism [Volley 3][Confuse] [-]
虎盛小幡 150515611520 Takeda retainer, one of the 5 generals of Kōyō. He was awarded 36 times and was nicknamed "Devil Tiger". He served Masanobu Kōsaka before he died.
Toramori Obata 207250 6072 59
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
景憲小幡 157216631587 Tokugawa retainer. He was Hidetada's page but left the clan. After the siege of Ōsaka, he returned and established his military academy, training many troops.
Kagenori Obata 36654 6418 59
SamuraiBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
虎胤 149715641512 Takeda retainer, one of the 5 generals of Kōyō. He fought in a total of 38 battles. He was especially good at besieging castles and was also benevolent.
Toratane Hara 99531 4739 55
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][-] [-]
満頼多田 150115631516 Takeda retainer, one of the 5 generals of Kōyō. It is believed he went up to the fort on Mount Shinano- Kokuzō and defeated some demons. He specialized in night-time attacks.
Mitsuyori Tada 127075 5058 56
SamuraiBuddhism [Volley 3][Calm] [-]
勝資跡部 154715821562 Takeda retainer. The Atobe are originally from Shinano and have even served as the Kai magistrate in the past. After the demise of the Takeda, he died in battle at Suwa.
Katsusuke Atobe 321327 3829 71
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
昌次初鹿野 154516241560 Takeda retainer. After the demise of the Takeda, he served Ieyasu Tokugawa, fighting in battle of Komaki-Nagakute, the conquest of Odawara and the siege of Ōsaka.
Masatsugu Hajikano 274645 2755 71
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
長安大久保 154516131560 Tokugawa retainer. He implemented new technologies to improve gold and silver mining. He contributed greatly to the Shogunate by improving and building new infrastructure.
Nagayasu Ōkubo 84155 3617 78
PeasantBuddhism [-][-] [-]
幸隆真田 151315741528 Takeda retainer. He succeeded in capturing Shinano-Toishi Castle, one which even Shingen failed to capture. Soon thereafter, he was appointed Shingen's chief strategist.
Yukitaka Sanada 797894 7470 19
KokuninBuddhism [Volley 3][Demolish] [Confuse]
信綱真田 153715751552 Takeda retainer, Yukitaka's eldest son. During the battle of Nagashino, he fought fiercely, wielding a sword nearly a meter long but was no match against the enemy's bullets.
Nobutsuna Sanada 296545 4973 19
KokuninBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
昌幸真田 154716111562 Yukitaka's 3rd son. On his way to Sekigahara, he was attacked by 38,000 troops led by Hidetada Tokugawa. He successfully drove him back, pushing him into Shinano.
Masayuki Sanada 818786 7148 20
KokuninBuddhism [Volley 3][Confuse] [Rally]
信幸真田 156616581581 Masayuki's eldest son. He married Tokugawa retainer, Tadakatsu Honda's daughter. Because of this, he left his clan during the battle of Sekigahara to join the eastern army.
Nobuyuki Sanada 746362 6580 18
KokuninBuddhism [Swift][Calm] [-]
幸村真田 156716151582 Masayuki's 2nd son. During the siege of Ōsaka, he entered Ōsaka Castle. Although vastly outnumbered, he fought well against the enemy. He became known as the "finest warrior of Japan."
Yukimura Sanada 369081 6399 20
KokuninBuddhism [Block][Rampage] [Taunt]
幸昌真田 160016151615 Yukimura's son. He entered Ōsaka Castle along with his father. During the summer siege, he protected Hideyori Toyotomi to the very end.
Yukimasa Sanada 146126 4995 20
KokuninBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
頼綱矢沢 151815971533 Sanada retainer, Munetsuna Unno's son and Yukitaka Sanada's younger brother. After his nephew, Masayuki besieged Kōzuke-Numata Castle, he became lord of Numata Castle.
Yoritsuna Yazawa 646767 4165 21
KokuninBuddhism [Volley 3][Calm] [-]
頼康矢沢 155316251568 Sanada retainer, Yoritsuna's son. During the battle of Kangawa against the Tokugawa, he wielded a sword nearly 3 meters in length. It is believed he held the sword with only one hand.
Yoriyasu Yazawa 446443 3366 22
KokuninBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
義清村上 150315731518 From a powerful clan in Shinano. He successfully retreated from fighting against the Takeda twice. However Yukitaka Sanada's tactics would cause him to lose his castle.
Yoshikiyo Murakami 498967 4749 25
KokuninBuddhism [Block][Demolish] [-]
国清村上 154616031561 Uesugi retainer, Yoshikiyo's son. He fled to Echigo along with his father after being defeated by Shingen Takeda. Later on, he aided Ieyasu Tokugawa in peace negotiations.
Kunikiyo Murakami 515452 5458 25
KokuninBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
政国屋代 152515871540 From a powerful clan in Shinano, lord of Yashiro Castle. First served the Murakami then the Takeda. After the demise of the Takeda, he served Nagayoshi Mori, lord of Kaizu Castle.
Masakuni Yashiro 565148 4651 27
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
勝永屋代 155816231573 Takeda retainer. After the demise of the Takeda, he aided Ieyasu Tokugawa in his conquest of Shinano. He served as flag bearer during the summer and winter sieges of Ōsaka.
Katsunaga Yashiro 404652 4242 27
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
満親須田 152615981541 From a powerful clan in Shinano. He led the Shinano riots. He became lord of Shinano-Kaizu Castle and battled the invading Ieyasu Tokugawa.
Mitsuchika Suda 684974 5655 23
KokuninIkkō Sect [Rally][-] [-]
長義須田 157916151594 Uesugi retainer, lord of Yanagawa Castle. During the battle of Sekigahara, he and Shigenaga Honjō worked together to defeat Masamune Date's army.
Nagayoshi Suda 476370 5361 23
KokuninIkkō Sect [Volley 3][Taunt] [-]
政頼高梨 150815591523 From a powerful clan in Shinano. He was defeated during Shingen Takeda's conquest of northern Shinano. He went to Echigo and was protected by Kagetora Nagao.
Masayori Takanashi 405750 4463 24
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
秀政高梨 152815721543 From a powerful clan in Shinano, Masayori's son. He served the Uesugi. He protected Kenshin's Kasugayama Castle during his campaign in Kantō.
Hidemasa Takanashi 504737 4550 24
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
頼親高梨 155716031572 From a powerful clan in Shinano, Hidemasa's son. After the Honnōji incident, Kagekatsu Uesugi rewarded him with land. He later accompanied him to Aizu when he moved.
Yorichika Takanashi 373643 3745 24
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
信蕃蘆田 154815831563 Takeda retainer, lord of Futamata Castle. He fought against the Tokugawa forces with his father. After the demise of the Takeda, he served the Tokugawa. Died later in Shinano.
Nobushige Ashida 195453 4551 24
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
忠直島津 153416041549 From a powerful clan in Shinano, lord of Naganuma Castle. He was forced out of his castle by Shingen Takeda and he relied on Kenshin Uesugi for protection.
Tadanao Shimazu 384241 3837 30
KokuninBuddhism [-][-] [-]
貞慶小笠原 154615951561 Tokugawa retainer. He was able to recover his lands by receiving aid from Ieyasu Tokugawa. He served the Tokugawa. He married his son, Hidemasa to Ieyasu's granddaughter.
Sadayoshi Ogasawara 565336 5470 02
ConstableBuddhism [Swift][-] [-]
重吉二木 153016161545 Ogasawara retainer. After the demise of the Takeda, Ieyasu Tokugawa helped him retake Fukashi Castle from the Ogasawara. He eventually wrote a book, "Futatsugi Diaries."
Shigeyoshi Futatsugi 554660 6083 03
SamuraiBuddhism [Taunt][-] [-]
政徳犬甘 151615551531 Ogasawara retainer. He remained garrisoned in his castle, despite Shingen Takeda's attack. He is killed during the battle against Takeda forces.
Masanori Inukai 345533 4780 05
SamuraiBuddhism [-][-] [-]
久知犬甘 154616201561 Ogasawara retainer, Masanori's 3rd son. He fought in many battles, becoming a general. He eventually became a chief retainer.
Hisatomo Inukai 335455 4673 05
SamuraiBuddhism [Block][-] [-]
1st Name(Jp)Last Name(Jp) Born yeardead yearentry biography
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