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  • Chosokabe

    A clan that had holdings in [[Tosa Province | Tosa province]] in the Southwest quarter of Shikoku, they were known to be a clan of scholars, having access to skilled magicians, but their location on an island reduced their strategic threat significantly. …

  • Date

    A clan which holds the large province of [[Mutsu Province | Mutsu]] in the furthest Northeast of Japan. They are known to be skilled swordsmiths and more prone to battle than politics. Their current Daimyo, the young and audacious [[:date-masamune-1 | …

  • Hojo

    A clan which holds provinces in the Southeastern part of Japan and is respected for their hold over military resources. Their specialties reside in siegecraft and castle building, and their Daimyo, Hojo Ujiyasu, is said to be an older veteran who has …

  • Shimazu

    A clan which has holdings in the far Southwest corner of Japan, on the island of Kyushu. Known for their naval prowess and militaristic attitude, now that the Shogun's power has waned, Shimazu ships often openly plunder other vessels in their waters. …

  • Takeda

    A clan with holdings in the central part of eastern Japan, the Takeda are known for their unequaled cavalry and skilled tactics making the most of this strength. Though they are a powerful force, their attentions are focused almost entirely on their …

  • Mori

    A clan located in the central part of Chugoku in Western Japan, the Mori were until recently a minor clan, but the previous Daimyo won them increasing recognition with his skilled manipulations and political maneuvering. Little is known of the current …

  • Oda

    A prestigious family with strong pull in Imperial politics, the Oda clan has been in disarray for the past several generations, suffering under hedonistic and inept Daimyo. This would have made them an easy target, save for their alliance with the [[ …

  • Tokugawa

    A clan located just south of and a vassal to the larger, but less powerful [[Oda | Oda Clan]], the Tokugawa are said to be unmatched in combat. Though they are apparently completely loyal to their master clan, there are no records of the Tokugawa ever …

  • Uesugi

    A clan in the Northeastern part of Japan, known for its strong religious beliefs and their holy, almost divine aesthetic. Those who do not both swear loyalty to the clan and adhere to their ideals are not granted entry to their holdings, so little is …

  • Hashinara

    A clan which historically ruled [[Yamato Province | Yamato Province]] in southern Japan. Though removed from rule by the [[Yasutane | Yasutane]] family, they have recently returned to power after the death of [[:yasutane-enmonzaemon | Yasutane …

  • Ashikaga Shogunate

    The clan which currently acts as Shogunate, rulers of Japan in all military matters. Recently, the Emperor's power has been waning, granting the Shogun significantly more influence in areas outside of the military sphere as well. After the death of the …

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