G29 NAGASHINO 1575 AD (Takeda Center Attack)
Even though Takeda Katsuyori was faced with a numerically superior force, Katsuyori, over the objections of his veteran commanders, opted to attack. Wary of the Takeda cavalry charge, Oda Nobunaga constructed wooden palisades, interspersed with breaks to allow counterattacks. In the center, when the Katsuyori attack force emerged from the forest, he saw an opportunity to defeat his enemies and ordered his cavalry to charge. It was a straightforward fight, with Naito Masatoyo and Takeda Nobukado leading the attack. The Oda-Tokugawa line, held out in the face of a series of Takeda cavalry charges, which could not to break the gunner's resolve. Unable to breach the Oda defenses by mid-afternoon, the Takeda were forced to retire and the siege was lifted. The victory was a measure of revenge for Tokugawa Ieyasu who had lost an army to the Takeda cavalry earlier at Mikata-Ga-Hara.
The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. Can you change history?
Oda-Tokugawa Samurai Army (Red)
Takeda Samurai Army (Blue)
* 1 Victory Banner for each unit or leader eliminated.
* The Oda-Tokugawa player gains 1 permanent Victory Banner at the end of the turn, for each "Order One Unit" Command card he plays. The Oda-Tokugawa player, however, cannot gain his final Victory Banner this way.
* All fence terrain hexes are also considered palisades.
* The Regongawa stream is fordable