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Siege of Inabayama Castle
Inabayama Castle (SW3)
Date 1567
Location Mino province
Result Oda victory
Forces
Oda Saito
Commanders
Nobunaga Oda Yoshitatsu Saito
Tatsuoki Saito
Inabayama was named Gifu after Nobunaga Oda took it in 1567. The castle was owned by the Dosan Saito during the 1550s, but his son Yoshitatsu Saito had rebel against his father.

Role in GamesEdit

Samurai WarriorsEdit

In Mitsuhide and Ranmaru's first stage in Samurai Warriors, they start by defending the castle. The Saito leader is Yoshitatsu Saito. At first, they start by defending the castle by defeating two Oda retainers. In the mean time, Nobunaga tries to steal the Saito's lumber and the player has to defeat the officer who is stealing the lumber. When the officer is defeated or has successfully stolen the lumber a cutscene appears that Hideyoshi has built a castle at Sunomata. Then, the player will get an objective to take Sunomata. Once the castle is taken, Noh will approach Mitsuhide or Ranmaru, stating that they are her childhood friends. Once she is defeated, Hanbei Takenaka betrays the Saito and attacks the Saito main camp.

In Kenshin Uesugi's story mode, the castle name is Gifu instead of Inabayama. If the player is slow to take the castle it will unlock the lower ending where Kenshin faces Shingen Takeda at Anegawa but if the player quickly takes the castle it will unlock the upper ending where he Kenshin faces Shingen at Kawanakajima.

Inabayama is absent in Samurai Warriors 2, but the battle returns in the third title. it is the first Chapter of Hanbei's story who serves under the Saito clan. Unlike the first title, Tatsuoki Saito commands the Saito forces as Yoshitatsu is already dead.

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