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Castles of Residence
Why are these castles in numerical order? Are they ranked in order of importance?Douggers 01:10, 3 July 2007 (UTC)
- I'd say they are in a time order; Nobuhide took the Nagoya castle from the Imagawas and made it his residence, then Nobunaga took the Kiyosu castle from the Shiba clan and moved there, and so on. Cheers --Εξαίρετος (msg) 08:02, 3 July 2007 (UTC)
Is there any need for the huge list of notable retainers? There are 78 names on the list, but with no context or anything. (I just moved them into three columns so there's not so much blank space or a need to scroll down.) Douggers (talk) 05:55, 11 January 2008 (UTC)
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Nice article. References would be helpful.
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Could I add a piece of trivia to the page?
In the series Fallout, a member of the Oda Clan is abducted by Mothership Zeta.
If you could allow, I would be glad to add it. I will also cite the info.