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Total War: Shogun 2: Fall Of The Samurai Free F...

The books on bushido that have survived from the Sengoku period and later years fall into three basic categories. Some are general "how-to" manuals of weapons handling, where bushido is largely reduced to a practical set of skills. The book Tanki Yoriaki (literally, "A Single Horseman") is a work from 1735 that concentrates on arming a samurai before battle. The subtitle is Hi Ko Ben or "The Art of Armour Wearing" and it explains exactly what the book is about. Although written long after the Sengoku period, the inherent conservatism of the Tokugawa shogunate means that the techniques described in it were still perfectly valid after more than a century.

Total War: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai Free F...


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