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|“||Don't fret over this small things. Witness my technique of living!||”|
Have high morality which loved by the vassals and people, no matter facing who, he will estimate their strength, and become a companion with them. On the battlefield, he is a brave hero, and also a wise warrior who persevered on "Battle of Undefeated".
Hoto - a type of dough drop soup - is a native dish in Yamanashi, Japan. Apparently, its name is said to derive from the way hakutaku - a dish in the Heian period - is spoke. During the Sengoku period, Takeda Shingen regularly used Hoto as an army ration when he participates in battles in the wild.
There's an ancient saying in Japan: "If you can't make a good Hoto, you can't do your job on your own". Preparing Hoto is even a necessary class of women must take when they are wed. There's even an idiom in history that states: "Pumpkin Hoto is the best".
How to Acquire
|Contract||Haha, I'm here to help you!|
|Log In||Being such vitality in the morning!|
|Ice Arena||Haha, that's why!|
|Skills||Right now, sanjō!|
|Ascend||Oh! thanks for that!|
|Fatigue||Don't put on a face like that.|
|Recovering||Cough...... Just choked, don't worry.|
|Team Formation||Everyone, just vent as you want!|
|Notice||Still a lot of food here, here you go.|
|Idle 1||How do you feel? Everyone can't wait for a fight anymore!|
|Idle 2||As a man on the battlefield, I still wanna win.|
|Idle 3||Sacrifice others for me, how could I do that damn thing again......|
|Interaction 1||Huh? What?|
|Interaction 2||Sorry, I didn't pay attention!|
|Interaction 3||Hahaha, don't be nervous, let's have a drink together, how 'bout that?|
|Pledge||If you got any trouble, just call me, I can come to help at any time!|
|Intimacy 1||Ah? Is this your first time seeing a werewolf?|
|Intimacy 2||Haha, I can let you touch my ears if you like it?|
|Intimacy 3||Relax, I won't die in this place, of course, I won't let you die too!|
|Victory||I can't fall here!|
|Defeat||Damn, I can still hold on a while.|
|Feeding||Haha, this is great, thanks to you!|
1. Takeda Shingen (武田 信玄, December 1, 1521 – May 13, 1573), of Kai Province, was a pre-eminent daimyō in feudal Japan. Known as the "Tiger of Kai", He was one of the most powerful daimyōs with exceptional military prestige in the late stage of the Sengoku period. Shingen had been a 'Warlord' of great domestic skill and competent military leadership.
2. The name hōtō is commonly thought to be a euphony of hakutaku (餺飥); the name for udon flour after it has been kneaded and cut.
Hoto (Takeda Shingen)/Artifact