Scroll to Discover  

 Select A Faction



The Samurai

"The strongest of all warriors are these two – Time and Patience."
— Leo Tolstoy

History has not been kind to the Samurai.

Originally from a land far away across the seas, they tell a tale of an Emperor and a homeland lost to sea and fire. Nearly a millennium later, the nomadic nation has ceased its wandering and built a new empire near the reclaimed homelands of the Vikings and the contested lands of the Knights.

Having spent the last decades acclimating to the marshy hills known as the Myre, they flourish but remain vastly outnumbered by their neighbors. They have to rely on greater martial skill, cunning, and devotion to their culture in order to survive – for they may be the last of their kind.


Emblem Significance:
  • Mastery
  • Exodus
  • Survival
  •  Immortality, Spirituality
  •  Control, Serenity



Assassin fighting style Counter-attacker

The Orochi are the Imperial assassins of the Samurai. They roam the battlefield like ghosts, terrorizing and slaughtering those unfortunate enough to cross their path. They offer a good mix of harassment and counter-attack abilities but require skill and timing to have an effective defense.

Orochi View All Samurai

1 of 4



Adaptable fighting style Good melee range

Kensei are the living incarnations of Bushidō, the samurai way of the warrior, or as close as one can get. They are slower than other units but have longer melee range.

Kensei View All Samurai

2 of 4



Disabler fighting style Hard hitter

Shugoki appear slow and cumbersome. Don’t let that fool you -- they possess the strength of a demon and an unbreakable will. The Shugoki are the disruptor Tank.

Shugoki View All Samurai

3 of 4



Good Zone Control Longest Attack Range

The Nobushi are the defenders of the villages too far from the Imperial City for the army to reach. The Nobushi is a Zone Character. She tries to keep her distance while constantly annoying any attackers.

Nobushi View All Samurai

4 of 4