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信長の野望・創造 戦国立志伝,画像,顔,直江兼続,なおえ かねつぐ,Nobunaga’s ambition: souzou sengoku risshiden,Naoe Kanetsugu,信長之野望.創造 戰國立志傳,頭像,直江兼續,直江兼続,107

信長の野望・創造 戦国立志伝,画像,顔,直江兼続,なおえ かねつぐ,Nobunaga’s ambition: souzou sengoku risshiden,Naoe Kanetsugu,信長之野望.創造 戰國立志傳,頭像,直江兼續,直江兼続,107

Honda Tadakatsu (本多 忠勝?, March 17, 1548 – December 3, 1610), was a Japanese general (and later a daimyo) of the late Sengoku through early Edo period, who served Tokugawa Ieyasu. Honda Tadakatsu was one of the Tokugawa Four Heavenly Kings along with Ii Naomasa, Sakakibara Yasumasa and Sakai Tadatsugu. Tadakatsu is often referred to as "The Warrior who surpassed Death itself" because he never once suffered a significant wound, despite being the veteran of over 100 battles by the end of his…

Honda Tadakatsu (本多 忠勝?, March 17, 1548 – December 3, 1610), was a Japanese general (and later a daimyo) of the late Sengoku through early Edo period, who served Tokugawa Ieyasu. Honda Tadakatsu was one of the Tokugawa Four Heavenly Kings along with Ii Naomasa, Sakakibara Yasumasa and Sakai Tadatsugu. Tadakatsu is often referred to as "The Warrior who surpassed Death itself" because he never once suffered a significant wound, despite being the veteran of over 100 battles by the end of his…

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