Mount And Blade Gekokujo Troop Tree
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In Gekokujo, every clan has a similar Ashigaru troop tree and a Samurai troop tree, whereas Ikko Ikki additionally has a special branch of Monk fighters. The only differences come from some clan-specific weapon preferences and elite units. They consist of one elite-tier Ashigaru unit type, and two Hatamoto-tier Samurai units, which represents the best soldiers available in the clan. Equivalent units of two clans have the same base stats (need verification), randomness nature of troop stats will lead to differences between the units of each clan.
Inexperienced soldiers who have just received their equipment and the training necessary to use them are simply called spearmen, with a humble level of 9. Those who have honed their skills during a fight or training, can be promoted to be called a Trained Spearmen at level 14. As they progress further, the battle-hardened soldiers will found themselves useful as a Veteran Spearmen with a level of 19. If a clans have mastered the way of the spear, they can produce the Elite Spearmen at level 25. These Elite Spearmen are the only best melee units made available in the clan's ashigaru troop tree with spear expertise.
The mercenaries are also one of the two troop tree (being the \"female\" troop tree the other one tree) to be able to train agents. The agents are troops specialized in covert warfare who can infiltrate in enemy castles and open the gates from inside, allowing parties with low engineering skills to quickly assault castles.
The peasant men and women are the lowliest troop of the mercenary troop tree, consisting of nothing more than \"disenfranchised\" farmers and labourers. They are no better than any villager in battle, being similarly weak and poorly armed, so should be protected until they can promote to more useful troops. The peasant can only be promoted to hired guards (men) or onnabushi (women).
The female troop tree consist of one branch (Onnabushi) and a sub-branch (Female Agents). The Onna-bushi (Woman-Warrior) are well rounded soldiers who start off comparable to the average peasant and become a true force of Elite Infantry, on par with Hatamoto Guards but also with a cheaper upkeep cost. Onnabushi are primarily Infantry armed with swords (Wakizachis and Katanas), polearms (either spears or Naginatas), and often Yumi bows. They resemble the native M&B Sword Sisters tree, except that they never become cavalry. As a whole, Onnabushi are an elite infantry/archer tree with a \"siege specialist\" sub-branch.
Analogous to Sword Sisters, Elite Onnabushi are the crown jewel of the onnabushi troop tree. They are very strong units, comparable to Hatamoto units and high level player companions. They are armed with a variety of weapons, such as Katanas, Naginatas, and War Yumis with ceremonial arrows. This makes them a flexible unit capable of multiple roles, including guarding missile units and attacking. The only downside of Elite Onnabushi is their long training time, however they are worth the investment.
Bandit units are special units that exist as only one unit type before merging into the mercenaries troop tree. They are not recruitable from inns, towns, or castles, and can only be obtained by capturing and recruiting them or by freeing them from defeated parties/sieged towns. The easiest way to obtain them is by capturing them and hiring them. Depending on your leadership role, the chance to recruit them can vary but it also comes with a morale penalty.
Wokou Pirate is considered to be an upgraded version of Looters with better weapons. They are heavily armed but wore the same clothing as the villagers. Their main armament consist of melee weapons used by the Chinese and the Korean which are great for dealing high damage and good weapon reach. They also use guns to fight to support the charging melee troops. Their melee weapons consist of Chinese made weapons which are heavy and dangerous to anyone near it. Backed by the musket fire, the Wokou Pirates can devastate anyone when it strikes. The Wokou Pirates are commonly found near Nagasaki, Kumamoto and Sashiki in the Kyushu region. The terrain of these places are full of mountains, it does not favour the cavalry or any missile troop. The high uneven ground render cavalry charge useless and limited line of sights for missile troops to fire. Fighting the Wokou will force the player to meet them face to face in melee combat. mostly favouring the Wokou Pirates.
The Utari Swordsman are tribesmen of Hokkaido living in the village of Niputay. They have better armour than Sado Exile when recruited but is not as good as most troops mentioned above. They however, do have some access to light spear with them when recruited.(Sadly, not all swordsman are equipped with a spear.) Once upgraded, the Veteran Utari Swordsman will be given a decent armour and solely focus on only one type of two-handed swords. Giving this troop a disadvantage as compared to the Sado Returnee. However, the swords deals a high amount of damage which is better than the Sado troop.
Utari Skirmisher is the only archer troop available in the neutral troop tree. Just like the Utari Swordsman, they live in a village of in Hokkaido, Otasut. Utari Skirmisher also retain its own equipment which consist of bow, arrows and armour. The only difference in its upgrade is its melee weapon, the one-handed weapon is replaced with a better sword with further weapon reach.
- Added an in-game troop tree viewer (rubik's OSP) that can be accessed through Reports > View troop trees- Certain units should no longer spawn with bows/quivers incorrectly- Pistols are now available for sale in markets- Added Next/Prev buttons to faction relations report so all relations can be viewed- Changed faction names on the lord relations and faction relations reports to their appropriate Rising Sun names- Remodelled the horses to their Gekokujo 3.1b appearances (they look more Japanese-y now)- The map camera can now view the entire Korean peninsula properly- Removed reference to a missing USA_Infantry texture file in a brf that was causing errors- Added a new brf containing a kepi mesh that was referenced but didn't exist causing errors- Changes the in-game year from 1568 to 1867
ah i see the problem, that unit is not guaranteed a ranged weapon when it should be. if i put out another patch it will include a fix, but in the meantime to fix this do the following:1. open the troops.txt file in the rising sun folder2. ctrl+f for \"trp_gekokujo_takeda_trained_spearman\"3. find the numbers \"15728640\" on this line then highlight and replace them with \"82837504\"this should fix it but it may require a new save to take effect, i'm not entirely sure.
Provides a choice of customisable troop trees for the player kingdom. Choose the tree structure (trade-off between number of branches and tier limit) and gender, then set troop names, stats and equipment.
The table below shows the amount and tiers of different troops within the basic divisions as well as their weapon equipments. (Note: A troop within a basic devision can be equipped with more than one weapon type.) 1e1e36bf2d