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Tomoe Gozen was a late twelfth-century female samurai warrior (onna-bugeisha), known for her bravery and strength. She married Minamoto no Yoshinaka and served him in the Genpei War and was a part of the conflict that led to the first shogunate in Japan. Her family had strong affliations with Yoshinaka. Her father, Nakahara Kaneto was a strong supporter of Yoshinaka and also his foster father, who raised him since he was two. Her mother was Yoshinaka's wet nurse. Two of her elder brothers also served Yoshinaka as generals. She is best known for her loyalty and courage at the Battle of Awazu in 1184.

Tomoe Gozen can be obtained from gold and silver chests.


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Blood Sakura
Active Skill

Rage Requirement: 1000
Troops led by this commander gain increased attack for 3 seconds.

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Divine Bow
Passive Skill

Archer units led by this commander gain increased attack and increased march speed.

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Beauty in Chaos
Passive Skill

Normal attacks gain extra rage. When Tomoe Gozen is serving as the secondary commander, both commanders gain increased skill damage.

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Skill Damage Bonus: 2% / 4% / 7% / 10% / 15%

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Eternal Love
Passive Skill

Reduces damage dealt by the target for 2 seconds when using her active skill.

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Tomoe Gozen was a female samurai warrior known for her achievements during the Genpei War (1180-1185). She was the wife of famed general Minamoto no Yoshinaka and frequently accompanied her husband during campaigns.

Tomoe was distinguised by both her beautiful appearance and her military prowess. A skilled archer capable of firing arrows with deadly precision from horseback, her presence on the battlefield could easilt turn the tide of a battile, and it was even said that event he gods and demons feared her.

Tomoe escaped the Battle of Awazu following Yoshinaka's defeat there, but the details of what happened are apocryphal. Since then, Tomoe, has often been featured in Japanese history books and works of literature.