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  • Ranmaru Mori
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  • Ranmaru Mori is portrayed in Devil Kings and Sengoku BASARA 2 as a young purple-clad boy just on the verge of his teenage years. He is the nephew of Motochika Chosokabe. Ranmaru will do anything for Nobunaga (who obviously takes advantage of him), even help him conquer Japan. It is shown in Ranmaru's Devil Kings ending that Nobunaga pays him with three konpeitō (sugar candy), one of which he cheerfully throws into the air and catches in his mouth. An early casualty in the series, after being murdered by Oichi, Ranmaru has since been replaced by Tsuruhime.
  • If Ranmaru chooses to slay his mentor, Mitsuhide reveals that he betrayed Nobunaga due to him being envious of Nobunaga's power. Entrusting his pupil to continue believing in their lord in his place, Mitsuhide dies in Ranmaru's arms. Though in anguish for losing his mentor and hating the ugliness of war, Ranmaru continues to fight to honor Mitsuhide's wishes. When assassins threaten Nobunaga's rise to power, he hunts them down in Azuchi Castle and slays them. Reaching the top floor, Ranmaru draws his blade against Nobunaga and questions if his lord will bear the burden of the souls he had killed for him. Nobunaga promises he will only if Ranmaru continues to be by his side.
  • Ranmaru Mori (森 蘭丸, Mori Ranmaru) is one of the romanticized names for Naritoshi. He is Yoshinari's third son and Nobunaga's famous page. He is best known for dying at a young age alongside his master at Honnōji, allegedly fighting until his last in various tales. Gamecity's Sengoku Musou 3: Empires character popularity poll lists his Samurai Warriors persona is twenty-seventh place with fans. For the Samurai Warriors 4 poll, he is ranked fortieth place among the other characters. He ranked eighteenth place in the first character popularity poll for Sengoku Musou Shoot.
  • Ranmaru is first encountered at Nobunaga's side in Honoji Temple. He attacks Samansouke but he is easily brushed aside, wounded and knocked unconscious. just as Samanosuke is about to face Nobunaga, he is caught along with Ranmaru by a time rift and is acidentally whisked off to the future of Paris in 2004. In the final battle with Samanosuke, Ranmaru is defeated up at the top of the eifel tower and is finally killed by Jaques at Honoji temple, as his regular self.
Appeared
Attack
  • 256
  • 263
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  • Attack Range: 85
  • Attack Speed: 85
  • Attack Up: 83
  • Attack Up: 86
  • Clarity: 84
  • Courage: 77
  • Death: 74
  • Death: 77
  • Fire: 84
  • Fury: 80
  • Ice: 84
  • Insight: 81
  • Lightning: 87
  • Momentum: 87
  • Verity: 79
  • Wind: 81
Item
  • Nobunaga's Belt
6th
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Special
  • Anything regarding fencing
Age
  • 19
Weapon
Footnotes
  • His other name is said to be Nagasada .
Name
  • Ranmaru Mori
Type
Caption
  • Samurai Warriors 4 artwork
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Food
  • Slow-cooked meat and vegetables
Height
  • 178.0
Hand
  • Right
Clan
  • Mori
  • Oda
Real Name
  • Mori Naritoshi
Birthday
  • --12-09
Died
  • 1582-06-21
Hobbies
  • Tending to swords
Japanese
  • 森 成利
Image
  • DLC Weapon - Ranmaru Mori .png
  • Default Weapon - Ranmaru Mori .png
  • Rare Weapon - Ranmaru Mori .png
habit
  • Frequently sighs in frustration
5th
Occupation
  • Nobunaga's page
Family
Battle
Flower
  • Spotted bellflower
Born
  • 1565
BloodType
  • A
WOmystic
  • Mystic Justice
WOstage
WOforce
4th
Getenheight
  • 185.0
Getenage
  • 18
heirloom
  • Kinpakuoshi Iroiro-odoshi
moveset
  • Special
  • Charge
distaste
  • Sweets
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  • Ranmaru Mori is portrayed in Devil Kings and Sengoku BASARA 2 as a young purple-clad boy just on the verge of his teenage years. He is the nephew of Motochika Chosokabe. Ranmaru will do anything for Nobunaga (who obviously takes advantage of him), even help him conquer Japan. It is shown in Ranmaru's Devil Kings ending that Nobunaga pays him with three konpeitō (sugar candy), one of which he cheerfully throws into the air and catches in his mouth. An early casualty in the series, after being murdered by Oichi, Ranmaru has since been replaced by Tsuruhime.
  • If Ranmaru chooses to slay his mentor, Mitsuhide reveals that he betrayed Nobunaga due to him being envious of Nobunaga's power. Entrusting his pupil to continue believing in their lord in his place, Mitsuhide dies in Ranmaru's arms. Though in anguish for losing his mentor and hating the ugliness of war, Ranmaru continues to fight to honor Mitsuhide's wishes. When assassins threaten Nobunaga's rise to power, he hunts them down in Azuchi Castle and slays them. Reaching the top floor, Ranmaru draws his blade against Nobunaga and questions if his lord will bear the burden of the souls he had killed for him. Nobunaga promises he will only if Ranmaru continues to be by his side. Sparing Mitsuhide at Anegawa will instead have his mentor retreat to Gifu Castle. Ranmaru, wanting to hear his mentor's reasons for betrayal before Nobunaga unites the land, infiltrates the castle by himself to meet Mitsuhide. Slaying Magoichi and Hanzō, he also routs Kunoichi and Keiji while on his way towards his mentor. Mitsuhide explains that the land is better without Nobunaga and asks his pupil to join him. Ranmaru stays true to his belief for Nobunaga and strikes Mitsuhide down. Before his mentor dies, Ranmaru tries to explain that he still likes and admires his mentor. Mitsuhide passes away while uttering his wish to someday meet his pupil again, which Ranmaru tearfully swears to fulfill. Ranmaru is a hidden character for Samurai Warriors 2 that can be unlocked by doing the first two "Ranmaru's Request" and "Mitsuhide's Request" jobs in Survival Mode. Like Okuni, he doesn't have a personal Story Mode, and his past history with Mitsuhide is abandoned. However, in Survival Mode, he stars in a special request scenario. He asks the player to help him investigate the nature of Nobunaga's assassin. He wonders if Mitsuhide truly killed their lord. If the player continues to follow these chain of stories, Mitsuhide is falsely accused of the crime due to a look alike set up by Ieyasu. The real Nobunaga is also unharmed since the assailants only killed his body double. Ranmaru and Keiji punish Ieyasu together. During other characters' scenarios in the game, he is usually found trying to avenge his father's death while facing the Azai forces or defending Nobunaga in various campaigns. He also humorously appears in the beauty competition for No and Oichi's dream stages where he intends to stop the two girls' fight and to "tell Nobunaga" on both of them. Again without a personal story in the third title, Ranmaru continues to be seen in Nobunaga's ranks during Odani Castle, Nagashino, and Kizugawaguchi. He expresses his concern with Mitsuhide's friendship with Motochika, not completely trusting the latter. During Honnōji, he tries to keep the Akechi army at bay in the north and pleads his lord to escape through the southern exit. He will also inform the players' original character of the situation during the Sengoku History mode. If his life depletes during the battle, he will die wishing for his lord's safety.
  • Ranmaru Mori (森 蘭丸, Mori Ranmaru) is one of the romanticized names for Naritoshi. He is Yoshinari's third son and Nobunaga's famous page. He is best known for dying at a young age alongside his master at Honnōji, allegedly fighting until his last in various tales. Gamecity's Sengoku Musou 3: Empires character popularity poll lists his Samurai Warriors persona is twenty-seventh place with fans. For the Samurai Warriors 4 poll, he is ranked fortieth place among the other characters. He ranked eighteenth place in the first character popularity poll for Sengoku Musou Shoot. The Nobunaga no Yabou 201X poll for 3-star officers puts him in twenty-fourth place together with Hideyoshi. His Geten no Hana counterpart has three image songs, Towa ni Chikau, Aoi Koi, and Hikari Sasu Mirai he.
  • Ranmaru is first encountered at Nobunaga's side in Honoji Temple. He attacks Samansouke but he is easily brushed aside, wounded and knocked unconscious. just as Samanosuke is about to face Nobunaga, he is caught along with Ranmaru by a time rift and is acidentally whisked off to the future of Paris in 2004. The future Ranmaru is very different from the regular Ranmaru, however. He has been corrupted by the Genma and transformed into a horrific mutation of his former self. Samanosuke struggles to face him in this battle because he has also gained incredible demonic power and strength. When he is defeated, he utters to Samonosuke that he is still trying to 'fight off' the mutation that has taken over his body. It may be possible that he was captured by Guildenstern and infused with Genma blood, giving him his new found power. Another theory, is that Ranmaru may have accidentally steped into a Genma transforming machine, causing his mutation, as Samanosuke also becomes trapped in one after he defeats Gertrude. In the final battle with Samanosuke, Ranmaru is defeated up at the top of the eifel tower and is finally killed by Jaques at Honoji temple, as his regular self.