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Takeda Shingen Talent Tree builds
|Talents||Talent Points (50)||Attack||Defense||Health||March Speed||Rage Bonus||Damage Dealt||Skill Damage Taken Reduction|
|Charge When the army led by this commander has been reduced to less than 50% strength, increases march speed.||3||30%|
|Galea Increases health of cavalary units.||3||3%|
|Halberd Cavalry units led by this commander deal additional damage to archer units.||3||9%|
|Dragon Saber Increases normal attack damage of all troops led by this commander.||3||1.5%|
|Undying Fury Normal attacks grant additional rage.||3||9|
|Equestrian Excellence Normal troop attacks have a 10% chance to increase march speed for the next 2 seconds.||3||15%|
|Emblazoned Shield Reduces skill damage taken by 12%.||4||12%|
|Disarm Normal troop attacks have a 10% chance to reduce enemy attack for the next 2 seconds.||4||-20% (of enemy target)|
Increases all damage dealt by 15% during the first 10 seconds after entering battle.
|Talents||Talent Points (48)||Attack||Rage Bonus||Defense||Health||Damage Taken from Watchtowers Reduction||Damage Taken from Garrisons Reduction||Damage Dealt||Gathering Speed||Action Point Cost|
|Superior Tools Increases gathering speed of troops.||3||15%|
|City Guardian Increases Watchtower attack when this commander is serving as garrison commander.||3||1.5%|
|Nowwhere to Turn When this commander is serving as garrison commander, grants additional rage every time the city is attacked.||3||6|
|Insight Reduces action point cost to attack barbarians and other neutral units.||3||10|
|King’s Guard Increases garrison attack, defense, and health when this commander is serving as garrison commander.||3||3%||3%||3%|
|Marionette Reduces damage taken from Watchtowers when attacking other cities.||3||9%|
|Buckler Shield Reduces all damage taken from garrisons when attacking other cities.||3||3%|
|Meteor Shower Increases damage dealt to the garrison when attacking other cities.||4||3%|
|Turn Of Fate|
When troops led by this commander enter battle, randomly grants all units one of the following buffs for the next 5 seconds:
|Talents||Talent Points (48)||Attack||Defense||Health||March Speed||Chance to Resist Enemy Slows||Skill Damage Taken Reduced|
|Lightning Charge Increases march speed of all troops.||3||6%|
|Saving Cross Reduces skill damage taken.||3||9%|
|Vortex Grants a 10% chance to decrease target march speed for the next 3 seconds whenever an active skill is used.||3||15% (target’s reduced)|
|Spiked Armor Increases counterattack damage dealt.||3||1.5%|
|Hasty Departure When troops led by this commander depart from a structure, increases march speed for the next 10 seconds.||3||60%|
|Swiftness When troops led by this commander are attacked by an active skill, increases march speed for the next 5 seconds.||3||15%|
|Alacrity Troops led by this commander have a chance to resist enemy slow effects.||3||30%|
|Triumphant March When armies led by this commander defeat an army belonging to another governor, increases march speed for the next 10 seconds.||3||15%|
Increases march speed of all troops when not in combat, but decreases march speed while in combat.
|5||10% (+in/-out of combat)|
Fierce as the Fire (Active Skill)
Rage Requirement: 1000
Takeda Shingen debuffs an enemy single target for 4 seconds, each time this target receives a normal attack. there is a 50% chance to receive extra normal attack damage. This effect can only trigger once every 2 seconds.
Enemy Additional Normal Damage Taken: 20% / 25% / 30% / 40% / 50%
Swift as the Wind (Passive Skill)
Increases cavalry units’ attack, and grants normal attacks 10% chance to increase march speed for 3 seconds.
Cavalry Attack Bonus: 10% / 15% / 20% / 30% / 40%
March Speed Bonus: 10% / 15% / 20% / 25% / 30%
Gentle as the Forest (Passive Skill)
For 4 seconds after using Fierce as the Fire, heals a portion of slightly wounded units every second. When the army led by this commander contains only cavalry units, increases defence.
Cavalry Defense Bonus: 20% / 25% / 30% / 35% / 40%
Healing Factor: 100 / 130 / 160 / 200 /250
Immovable as the Mountain (Passive Skill)
Skill damage against troops led by Takeda Shingen is reduced. When taking damage, there is a 10% chance to reduce normal attack damage taken and counterattack damage taken for 3 seconds.
Skill Damage Taken Reduction: 1% / 2% / 3% / 4% / 5%
Normal Attack Damage Reduction: 5% / 10% / 15% / 20% / 25%
Counterattack Damage Reduction: 5% / 10% / 15% / 20% / 25%
Kōshū-ryū Gungaku New Skill: Passive Skill
Deal an extra 30% normal attack damage to enemies who have been debuffed by Fierce as the Fire.
Takeda Shingen, original name Takeda Harunobu, (born December 1, 1521, Kai province [now Yamanashi prefecture], Japan—died May 13, 1573. Komaba, Shlnano province [now Nagano prefecture], daimyo (feudal lord) and one of the most famous military leaders of Japan, who struggled for mastery of the strategic Kanté Plain in east-central Honshu during the chaotic Sengoku (“Warring States”) period of civil unrest in the 16th century. Takeda is especially well known for his series of battles (1553-64) with the noted warrior Uesugi Kenshin. which not only are famous in the annals of Japanese history but are also much celebrated in Japanese drama and folklore.
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