Originally Posted by 1991sudarshan
I take that back. But when compared to Oda Nobunaga Takeda Singen and Uesugi Kenshin he is not that much ferocious and aggressive in the field . Iyeyasu moved with time and played perfectly. But the above three guys are like Do or die.
That could be true for Ieyasu's maturity years, but we must remember that he vehemently fought at Azukizaka(where he received several wounds)and at Mikatagahara, he was decisive for the Oda victory at Anegawa and gave an hard time to Hideyoshi at Nagakute.