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January 31, 1565
March 16, 1613
Terumasa Ikeda is Tsuneoki's second son and successor. He is a general who served all Three Unifiers during his lifetime. A man who was deeply concerned with his short stature and taciturn nature, he is known for being unquestionably loyal to his lords and family. Through his perseverance, he became an influential figure within the Himeji Domain and remains a celebrated figure for Himeji Castle to this day.
In Saihai no Yukue, his height is 180 cm (close to 5'11") and he is 32 years old. His hobby is meditation and he has no strong like or dislikes regarding food.
Role in GamesEdit
In the sequel, he joins the Toyotomi army at Oshi Castle while leading defensive reinforcements which include Kazuuji Nakamura and Masaie Natsuka. Conversely, he is already present in the Hōjō's version. He also involves himself in the conflict between the Eastern and Western armies.
In Saihai no Yukue, he is a general who appears late in the battle to assist Ieyasu. His father is famous for turning the tide at the Battle of Komaki-Nagakute. However, his father and older brother also lost their lives for acting rashly. With the fate of his clan on his shoulders, Terumasa believes that orders are the absolute truth in battle. Since he doesn't want to forget his mission, he begins most of his sentences by repeating the "order" (使命, meirei) that he was given. He acts and speaks like a robot and even emits smoke and electric sparks when he's defeated.
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