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107 Mikata-Ga-Hara (1572)

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Mikata-Ga-Hara 1572

By 1572 Takeda Shingen was at the height of his power and although Tokugawa Ieyasu was not his greatest threat, Ieyasu after moving his army base to Hamamatsu castle, was the most immediate challenge. Shingen marched to the high ground at Mikata-ga-Hara and deployed his army in the classic f ish-scale formation, which supposedly would entice Ieyasu to attack. Outnumbered, Ieyasu gambled that a quick strike might catch the Takeda army by surprise, but the Takeda soldiers held f irm and counterattacked with such vigor that Ieyasu escaped was made good only by the sacrice of a number of brave generals.
The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.

 

Set-Up Order

Forest 4
Hill 9
Command Tent 1

 

Takeda Samurai (Red)
Command Cards 6
Dragon Cards 3
Honor & Fortune 7

Peasant Militia Ashigaru Archer Ashigaru with Arquebus Ashigaru Yari Samurai Archer Samurai Naginata Mounted Samurai Archer Mounted Samurai Infantry Leader Cavalry Leader Commander's Unit
1 2 1 4 3 2 3 1 5 2 1

Tokugawa Samurai (Yellow)
Move First
Command Cards 5
Dragon Cards 3
Honor & Fortune 5

Ashigaru Archer Ashigaru with Arquebus Ashigaru Yari Samurai Archer Samurai Naginata Mounted Samurai Archer Mounted Samurai Infantry Leader Cavalry Leader
2 1 4 2 2 1 1 3 2

Victory
7 Banners
• 1 Victory Banner for each unit or leader eliminated.
• A Command tent is worth 3 Victory Banners.

Special Rules
• Each player deploys 1 Ninja figure.

 

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Tags: Expansion 1, Takeda, Tokugawa

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