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Old May 6th, 2012, 07:27 AM   #11

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Originally Posted by leakbrewergator View Post
Back when I was bloggin' away, I wrote an incredibly atrocious post about Katsuyori. You should check it out if you have a few seconds that you wish to torture yourself with.


As far as Shingen vs. Nobunaga, as Naomasa said, Shingen would not have put himself into a position to face Nobunaga alone. At the time of his death, Shingen was the central figure in a very strong Anti-Oda Alliance. One that, IMO, would have at the very least, severely stunted Nobunaga's Ambition. (Which would have drastically altered the future of Koei sales.....)
haha. Thanks for the link. I couldn't have been more wrong. I didn't know Kastuyori was such an arrogant loser, being responsible for single-handedly destroying Kai provence due to his awful leadership. lol, now I feel like a fool. Thanks again, now this info is permanently ingrained in my head.
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