Battle of Tedorigawa, 1577 AD ⚔️ Uesugi’s Finest Hour

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5 Comments

  1. I just love seeing famous personalities (like the great Oda Nobunaga) humbled by legendary masters of their game.
    I was so happy to see Uesugi's stratagem revealed at the end. What seemed to be a botched flanking manoeuvre was, in fact, in itself, a feint. A true master of warfare! :')

    PS. Is this just me or is this battle truly reminiscent of Pompeii vs Sertorius during the Civil War?

  2. Always reading about these characters I cheered against Nobunaga and Tokugawa.

    Good job Usegi Kenshin. Show those fire-arm-wielding pussies how real Samurai fight.

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