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  1. Uesugi Kagetora (上杉 景虎, 1552 – April 19, 1579) was the seventh son of Hōjō Ujiyasu; known as Hōjō Saburō, he was adopted by Uesugi Kenshin, and was meant to be Kenshin's heir. However, in 1578, he was attacked in his castle at Otate by Uesugi Kagekatsu —Kagetora's respective brother-in-law—and was subsequently ...

  2. Nagao Kagetora (長尾 景虎, February 18, 1530 – April 19, 1578), later known as Uesugi Kenshin (上杉 謙信) was a Japanese daimyō. He was born in Nagao clan, and after adoption into the Uesugi clan, ruled Echigo Province in the Sengoku period of Japan. He was one of the most powerful daimyō of the Sengoku period.

  3. Kagetora Uesugi is Ujiyasu's seventh biological son. He entered the Uesugi for a political marriage, and he was allegedly the most favored of Kenshin's adopted sons. After Kenshin's death, he is best known for dying in a civil conflict with his brother, Kagekatsu, in the fight to decide a proper...

  4. Su nombre original era Nagao Kagetora (長尾景虎?). Cambió su nombre más tarde a Uesugi Masatora (上杉政虎?) cuando heredó el nombre del clan Uesugi. Volvió a cambiar más tarde su nombre a Uesugi Terutora (上杉輝虎?) en honor al shōgun Ashikaga Yoshiteru y finalmente al de Kenshin (上杉謙信?) después de convertirse en monje budista .

  5. Por lo tanto, Kagetora Uesugi se atrincheró en la mansión del Castillo Kasugayama (la residencia de Norimasa Uesugi). Kagetora Uesugi estaba en desventaja porque su familia, la familia Hojo, había formado una alianza con Katsuyori Takeda de la provincia de Kai (actual prefectura de Yamanashi), por lo que Takeda Katsuyori envió tropas con el pretexto de mediar entre Kagekatsu y Kagetora.

  6. Uesugi Kagekatsu (上杉 景勝, 8 January 1556 – 19 April 1623) was a Japanese samurai daimyō during the Sengoku and Edo periods. He was the adopted son of Uesugi Kenshin and Uesugi Kagetora ’s brother in law.

  7. Kagekatsu is a bashful, kind, and soft-spoken leader who supposedly opposes Kagetora with an army of loyal Uesugi veterans. He surprises Matsuri with his curtness and swift swordsmanship. Events play similar to history, with Kagekatsu dispelling the Takeda and Hōjō forces sent to suppress him.