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Leckan wrote: »
Everyone should read up on the naval battles here;http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_invasions_of_Korea#Naval_battles_of_Admiral_Yi
I don't think I have ever read about a better admiral than the Korean Admiral Yi Sun-sin.
Iquabakaner wrote: »
Yi was a great admiral indeed but the Korean government at that time was in chaos. Japanese lost because the Chinese joined the war.
MizuBushido wrote: »
Another idea for an expansion would be to set it at the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate and begining of the Meiji restoration.Where you take part in the Boshin wars. This opens up a whole new set of challenges,like more modern weapons and steam ships while keeping the traditional samurai feel. You can play as Samurai loyalists or as the Imperial forces, which in sence bring a mixture of NTW and STW2 together. STW2 allows you to play in the golden age of the samurai and fighting in the Boshin Wars allows you to experience the end of the samurai era. As mentioned before this too would also allow TW to stay away from any sensitive issues like the Korean campaign.Just throwing some ideas out there, a Boshin war expansion does sound interesting.
that is a really great idea, then as hero character for the imperialist you have Himura Kenshin, and for the loyalist you have Saitō Hajime.But would it not be unfair for the loyalist army's cause the imperialisten are more modern and they will just blow the samurai to dust!
Sanada Yukimura wrote: »
i've said it before and ill say it again
the most likely expansion would be a "TW: Tokugawa" focusing on the Sekigahara campaign of 1598-1603
Wait, i thought Kenshin Himura was a fictional character?