Issue 106 - The Battle of Anegawa (1570)

[product ids="982"] The Sengoku period was coming towards its closing years. As Oda Nobunaga slowly realised his goal of setting up a tame shogun, he found that there was an ever-increasing hostility to his expanding power and influence. By 1568 this was beginning to coalesce around the rival daimyo and, ironically, the religious Ikko-ikki. Refight the enormous Battle of Anegawa in miniature with Eoghan Kelly's suggestions for putting the battle on the tabletop.

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