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Nobunaga Oda saving Guan Ping in Warriors Orochi.

The Samurai or SW (戦国, Sengoku) force is an alliance exclusive to the Warriors Orochi series. The characters in this particular faction all follow a character from the Samurai Warriors series. Unlike the other factions, these characters are more likely to separate from one another after their story's climax. They also do not serve a particular lord for a kingdom and are joined by their common desire to end Orochi.

StoryEdit

In the first game, Nobunaga and two of his men, Mitsuhide Akechi and Hideyoshi Hashiba start at Xiang Yang and save the outnumbered Guan Ping and Huang Zhong from the Wei forces who were allied with Orochi. The veteran general informs his savior that Cao Cao is at Honnoji. When Nobunaga arrives at the temple however, he finds it is Da Ji in disguise and is nearly burned alive. Xiahou Dun and Shingen Takeda arrive to assist. In Kyushu, Nobunaga's troops fight the Yellow Turbans who refused to side with Orochi and recruit them but prepare to give Sakon Shima a message to send to Sun Jian. The Oda army hold off Dong Zhuo's forces at Tong Gate, long enough for Sakon to complete his mission to tell Sun Ce on where Sun Jian might be. At Guan Du, the Owari lord attacks the castle held by Da Ji. After the fighting, they here that in their distraction efforts, Kenshin Uesugi and Shingen were killed. The Oda forces next head to Fan Castle to face off with Cao Pi and an angry Xiahou Dun. With things going according to the Oda, Orochi sends a massive army in a full scale assault at Wu Zhang Plains. When victory for the demons seemed at hand, Shingen and Kenshin arrive and save the day. The united clans set out to finish Orochi at Koshi Castle and in the battle's aftermath, prepare themselves for another era of war.

Warriors OrochiEdit

LeaderEdit

AlliesEdit

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Warriors Orochi 2 (Orochi)Edit

This list refers to the faction's ranks during Orochi's story mode. It combines the Hojo and Toyotomi armies, the Uesugi and Takeda alliance, the Tokugawa-Date army, and Nobunaga's first army.

LeadersEdit

  • Hideyoshi Toyotomi
  • Shigen Takeda
  • Kenshin Uesugi
  • Ieyasu Tokugawa
  • Nobunaga Oda

AlliesEdit

Subordinate GeneralsEdit

  • Norihide Matsuda
  • Ujinao Hojo
  • Ujiteru Hojo
  • Ujinaga Narita
  • Naoshige Chiba
  • Norisada Ueda
  • Hiroteru Minagawa
  • Nobutsuna Sanada
  • Nagazane Irobe
  • Kastsunaga Irobe
  • Kagie Kakizaki
  • Yoshimasa Kiso
  • Nobuzane Takeda
  • Hidenaga Hashiba
  • Matabei Goto
  • Teruzumi Akashi
  • Kanbei Kuroda
  • Toshinaga Maeda
  • Hidetsugu Hashiba
  • Morinobu Nishina
  • Genba Karasawa
  • Kagekatsu Uesugi
  • Takahiro Kitajo
  • Tomonobu Saito
  • Sadamitsu Usami
  • Nobutomo Arima
  • Nobukado Takeda
  • Nobumasa Okudaira
  • Masanori Naito
  • Bitchu Hineno
  • Masanobu Honda
  • Masakage Rusu
  • Nobuyasu Goto
  • Naomasa Ii
  • Tadasuke Okubo
  • Tadayo Okubo
  • Mototada Torii
  • Kojuro Katakura
  • Shigezuna Date
  • Yasumasa Sakakibara
  • Murashige Araki
  • Nagayoshi Mori
  • Nagachika Kanamori
  • Koroku Hachisuka
  • Ujisato Gamo
  • Mitsuharu Fuwa
  • Morimasa Sakuma
  • Tsuneoki Ikeda
  • Narimassa Sassa
  • Katsusada Shibata
  • Ittetsu Inaba
  • Nobuharu Tsuda
  • Bokuzen Ujiie
  • Kazumasa Takigawa
  • Morinori Ando
  • Hidemitsu Akechi
  • Nagayori Hara
  • Sadoki Ise
  • Shigemoto Akechi
  • Toshimitsu Saito

Warriors Orochi 2Edit

LeaderEdit

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