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|While unconfirmed, he is said to have been born in 1513.|
Kageie Kakizaki is one the Uesugi's top generals. He is one of Four Guardian Kings of Kenshin, one of the Seventeen Echigo Generals and one of the Twenty Five Uesugi Generals.
His Nobunaga's Ambition counterpart is seventy-eighth place in Gamecity's character popularity ranking for 2015. The Nobunaga no Yabou 201X poll for 4-star officers puts him in ninety-third place together with Kashinkoji.
Role in GamesEdit
Samurai Warriors first introduces Kageie Kakizaki at Kawanakajima fighting against the forces of the Takeda. He next fights at Ueda Castle taking to the frontlines with his commander during Kenshin's story. Kakizaki soon fights at Gifu Castle to help capture Sunomata. During the two former stages, he stays outside the castle while Kenshin heads inside to clear the remainders. For the Kawanakajima Showdown, Kageie fights at Hachimanbara against the Takeda. In Kenshin's alternate final stage, Anegawa, Kakizaki engages Nobufusa Baba and must be assisted. At Shingen's siege of Azuchi Castle, Kageie arrives along with select Uesugi fighters to interlop with the battle. At Odawara Castle in Yoshimoto's story, he tries to warn the Suruga lord.
In the sequel, Kageie's role is the same at Kawanakajima. He lives past his historical death in Kenshin's story and fights at Sekigahara in a final battle. At Kyushu, Kageie guards the Uesugi camp against the Shimazu and remaining Oda forces. On Nagamasa's version of Sekigahara, he arrives as reinforcements for the Takeda-Uesugi alliance.
For Samurai Warriors 3, Kageie first chronologically appears at the Sagami-Suruga conflict as an interloper. He next fights in the 1561 siege of Odawara against the Hojo. Despite having no historical involvement at Mimasetoge, Kakizaki is among the Uesugi allied with the Hojo during the battle.
For his role in Kessen III, Kageie fights the Oda only one time at Kuzuryu River. After the battle, he is presumed to be dead.
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