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Oda

Duchy rankOda
Oda.png
Primary culture
Togoku (Japanese)

Capital province
Owari (1030)

Government
DaimyoGovernment monarchy.png

State religion
ShintoShinto.png

Technology group
ChineseChinese technology group
Oda ideas
Traditions.png Traditions:
+10% Morale of armies
+10% Infantry combat ability

Goods produced modifier.png Rakuichi & Rakuza

+10% Goods produced modifier

Core-creation cost.png Tenka Fubu

−10% Core-creation cost
−10% Province warscore cost

Land leader shock.png Oda Generals

+1 Land leader shock

Leader siege.png Influential Strongholds

+1 Leader siege

Land fire damage.png Triple Firing

+10% Land fire damage

Technology cost.png Patronization of the West

−5% Technology cost

National manpower modifier.png Kenchi

+20% National manpower modifier

Idea bonus.png Ambition:

+1 Land leader fire

Oda is a Daimyo in Japan (region) starting out in the Owari province. Ruled by the Oda family, this Daimyo served an important role in the history of Japan. Though in the 1532 when the clan is formed in-game, Oda is a simple OPM. Albeit with Nobuhide's historically legendary 5/5/6 successor underneath. It might be best to start in 1552 if the player wishes to start as an OPM with Nobunaga as ruler. By 1568, Oda, will have acquired Mino. By 1570, Oda's acquisition of Settsu brings it to a 3 provinces. By 1574, its acquisition of Kyoto makes Oda shogun. It stays the most powerful clan in Japan until around 1598~1601, when Nobunaga's successor loses out to Tokugawa.

MissionsEdit

Main article: Daimyo missions

StrategyEdit

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AchievementsEdit

 
Unite Japan as a Daimyo.
 
Start as a Japanese Daimyo, convert yourself and all of Japan to Christianity.
 
Embrace "manufacturies" institution as Japan by 1655.
 
Go full isolationist in 6 Incidents.
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