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Battle Of Kuisegawa

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Yukimura Sanada
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Map Size: 200x200 (Small)
Difficulty: Easy
Made with version: 1.2
In 1598 Hideyoshi Toyotomi, the great Taiko of Japan died. After successfully uniting Japan in order to consolidate complete power over his people he died and his kingdom was split into many different regions.

For 2 years many Japanese Daimyo and warlords fought and died in order to try and regain their dead masters legacy.

Although, deep into the Mikawa province lay one man who was secretly gathering thousands of Samurai and Daimyo to his allegiance. His name was Leyasu Tokugawa.

Another Man who utmost loyalty was toward the late Taiko was Mitsunari Ishida. Mitsunari declared Leyasu an enemy of the state and began raising forces against him. Although, Mitsunari was widely criticised as bureaucrat and lost many men because of it including Masonori Fukushima and Kiyomasa Kato.

In 1600 Mitsunari had stationed his men at Ogaki castle in order to pull Leyasu into his territory. Leyasu was marching to Mino Akasaka.

Sakon Shima, Mitsunari's loyal General took roughly 1500 soldiers and confronted Leyasu's advance army of over 3,000 in order to test his skill. This would begin the great Battle of Sekigahara that would change the history of Japan forever.


After ambushing Leyasu's advance army the rest of their forces made camp just up a hill from Sakon Shima, although outnumbered, Sakon's cavalry are very skilled and experienced and should be an even match for Leyasu's forces.

By defeating Leyasu here we can prove Mitsunari's military strength and also create doubt inside Leyasu's camp. let the battle of Kuisegawa begin.


This battle is completely historical and no part of fiction. Although the layout of the battle and troops used are no representation of what happened in the actual battle.

This battle is the start of a Japanese campaign that I will begin and this mission is only a short and sweet map to get the campaign started. Any tips and help would be greatly appreciated.
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lord dredde Reminds me of Age of Empires 'The Asian Dynasty' playing the Japanese campaign!

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