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Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1536-1598) was a Japanese samurai and lord during the Sengoku period, who rose from a peasant in his earlier life, to becoming one of the most important figures in Japanese history.

Often known as the second (of three) 'uniters' of Japan, his military prowess, cunning and tenacity was largely responsible for bringing Japan together, after decades of civil war and bloodshed between neighbouring states.
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Determined to unify Japan, a ruthless daimyo decided to gather his army and storm the infamous Inabayama Castle in Gifu. Known by many as the 'Devil King', Oda Nobunaga was a name many Japanese warriors feared across the continent. Learn how one of Japan's most influential leaders overcame a difficult childhood to become a respected warlord, courtesy of American BladesPro.
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Early ninjas were credited with being more than just excellent guerrilla fighters and spies – they were ascribed mystical powers that allowed them to levitate, disappear in a cloud of smoke, and do multitudes of other supernatural deeds.  One of the most famous of these early Ninjas is Kato Danzo, who unlike most Ninjas, forsook anonymity for celebrity status as an illusionist...
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Lu Bu was a dynamic man who played an important part in Chinese history.  A cunning warrior, his martial prowess was nearly unmatched.  However, what he had physically he lacked in tactical ability and personal loyalty...
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