Shogun - Total War Warlord Edition
Submitted by: RM
Type .matteosartori. at the campaign screen to reveal the entire map.
Type .muchkoku. during game play. The location that shows that amount of
Koku you have will now read "Much" to confirm correct code entry.
When you put a Shinobi in a rival's territory, the province's loyalty rating
drops by a certain percentage. If this percentage is below 100%, there is a
chance that rebels will appear and seize the territory (halting income and
production). The lower the loyalty percentage, the higher chance of a revolt.
Moreover, the higher the Shinobi's honor, the greater chance of rebellion.
Every time that rebels appear in the territory, all your Shinobi in that
territory gain honor. The trick is to "invade" a rival's territory will an
army of five to ten Shinobi (they are very cheap, only 100 kokus).
As the territory begins to revolt, all those Shinobi will gain honor. After
they are sufficiently high, spread them across different territories and team
them up with four to nine new Shinobi. The high honor Shinobi will ensure that
revolts take place often, giving a chance for the new Shinobi to level up.
Simply repeat this process ad infinitum. You can easily complete disrupt a
rival's power base in very few turns, giving you the opportunity to build up
armies and/or invade territories while your opponent has to destroy your rebel
armies. Try targeting key provinces with production facilities and/or mining/
farming territories. Note: Avoid territories with Border Forts, or else your
Shinobi will die at a rate of one per turn.
Also, Shinobi have no effect on Ronin territories.
It requires eight seasons to train only one Legendary Geisha. The Geisha's
true purpose is to assassinate enemy Daimyo and his heirs (effectively
eliminating a faction and reducing their provinces and armies to Ronin).
Their advantage over Ninja is that they are not executed when they fail:
They can effectively continue trying to assassinate their target forever.
Increasing your Geisha's honor is important nonetheless, because it
determines their chances of success. To train your Geisha, send your Geisha
into a Ronin province and repeatedly assassinate the leader of any unit
there. Every time you eliminate a leader, a new level zero leader will
emerge to take his place, giving you ample targets for practice.
A high level Geisha can easily have over a 50% chance of assassinating
Max out Daimyo's stats:
Use the following trick to make your Daimyo a Rank 6 General and 9 Honor
Unit. You can easily max out your Daimyo's stats by exploiting the best
feature of the Daimyo; his 10 Elite Heavy Cavalry Royal Guards are always
automatically refilled at no cost at the end of the battle (with no loss
of honor). This makes the Daimyo a very formidable opponent early in the
game (when most clans and Ronin do not have cavalry). At the very beginning
of the game, your Daimyo can even take out 60 Yari Samurai alone (assuming
that they are not supported by other units). Increase your Daimyo's General
Rank by fighting many battles. The more you win, the higher rank you will
be. To achieve Rank 6, you will need to have 32 more wins than losses.
For example, if you have 5 losses, you will need at least 37 wins to stay
at Rank 6. Start and attack a nearby Ronin province which only has one unit
(60 men) defending it using only your Daimyo. Your opponent will never
retreat because they outnumber you. Enter manual battle mode. Do not use
automatic mode, as you will always lose because of a glitch in the game.
Win the battle (60 men of any class should pose no challenge to the Daimyo).
After you win, the province's loyalty rating will be very low (70% or less)
because the size your occupying army is only 11 (Daimyo and Royal Guards),
and will likely revolt the next turn. This will allow you fight another
battle against more weak units. Rebels are usually one group of 60 Yari
Ashigeru or Samurai Archers. You can repeat this process with minimum risk
of losing your Daimyo and achieve Rank 6 General and 9 Honor quickly.
Afterwards, your Rank 6 General will boost the Honor all accompanying units
in his group by 3. This will dramatically increase your battle odds and
reduce your casualty ratings.
Easy bridge battle wins:
To easily win battles with bridges, make an army similar to the following.
Have six to ten units of Archers or Cavalry Archers. Have about three units
of Yari Ashigeru. Have at least three additional non-Archer Cavalry.
Position all your Archers close to the bridge. When all the Archer units
are in place, send a unit of Ashigeru to attack at full speed. Since they
tend to run away frequently, they will soon do so. They will come through
the bridge, making at least five of the enemy units chase after them. This
is when your archers Begin to fire and destroy many of the enemy units.
Do this again with the fresh Ashigeru. When the enemy starts to run away,
charge with your cavalry unit. This should guarantee an easy win.
Faster building production:
Enter .booyakasha. on the big map.
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