The year is 1615 and the battlefield is Osaka Castle. Your task is to bring down the huge citadel and thus bring an end to the war that has harmed the lives of the Japanese for centuries. To accomplish this task, you must first capture a gate and then destroy the Keep of Osaka Castle. Only then can you win the battle and the war.
This is an update to the original Siege of Osaka Castle scenario.
*Full day/night change.
*All difficulty levels are supported.
*Bonus points strategy.
*Style: Sophisticated Blood scenario or Siege or Battlefield Tactics or Advanced Blood ot Other or No Style (I don't know).
*bonus points system fixed; more smoother and training disabled to avoid those annoying new unit deaths.
*you only need to capture one gate and to capture it you must destroy 2 towers (standard), 4 towers (moderate)or 6 towers (hard) and bring 1 (standard), 2 (moderate)or 3 (hard) Minamotos to a gate.
*Tokugawa Ieyasu and Shogun Hidetada may die, but keep in mind, that Shogun Hidetada is required for the new sabotage feature and Tokugawa Ieyasu is the only one, who can visit the Northern Monastery with some use (note, that to get the protection of the kami you must not allow Hideyori to receive it).
*destroying the Keep is now possible.
*units get now more HPs and attack at the training camps.
*Siege Workshop works after the capturing of a gate.
*map modifications: forests improved, countryside roads now more realistic, northern moat part of the river (before this it looked awful).
*intro bitmap totally changed.
*ability to do sabotage in Osaka. The sabotage effect is random.
*you can also buy Saboteurs from your camp (special training area).
*Japanese music clips.
*enemy receives reinforcements from outside the map (protect your camps and get rid of these troops quickly or else they will become too strong).
*some more ambushes and ninja attacks.
*you can now destroy the 3 small Castles along the road to Osaka City. They give some small bonuses, but are not necessary to get.