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“This Legendary samurai cuts through all enemies in front of him with his mighty niten-ichi technique.”

General Information[]

The Miyamoto Musashi is an Event Troop from Events, Chest or Sales that can be used as Troop Tactics. Miyamoto Musashi was introduced during the 2018 Summer for Ages Events.

Miyamoto Musashi act like a General on the battlefield with very high hitpoints and damage but with a melee range. He has a high advantage when fighting other Generals in battle

Historical Description[]

Miyamoto Musashi was a Japanese ronin, philosopher, writer, and artist. He was known as one of the greatest warriors in Japan during the 16th and 17th centuries. Musashi was born in 1548 CE into a samurai family. He was a natural swordsman who won his first duel at the age of thirteen with only a wooden sword against an adult samurai. Musashi would go on to dedicate his life to the study of swordplay and the arts.

In his twenties, Musashi developed a unique two-sword kenjutsu technique called niten-ichi or 'two heavens as one.’ This technique utilized the katana and the wakizashi simultaneously. Niten-ichi defied the tradition of a samurai wielding a sword with both hands, but Musashi believed his style allowed for more efficient movement during combat.

Musashi fought over 60 duels against Japan’s best warriors and never lost. Later in life he became a hermit and migrated to the Reigando Cave at the foot of Mt. Kinpo. There he would write his famous book on martial arts and strategy called 'The Book of Five Rings.’

Attacking Strategies[]

  • Miyamoto Musashi can tank up defensive damage and deal damage to enemy defenses/Troops.
  • If you are attacking without Tanks with your Troops, Miyamoto Musashi can take up some of the damage, and is best used to take out Mortar fire. Beware not to rally your troops with Miyamoto Musashi to a Mortar that can still hit your troops, since Miyamoto Musashi will be the only one left alive.


Level Hitpoints Health icon DPS Damage DPS against Generals Damage Troops/Army TroopSpace
1 13,800 496 2,976 1
2 15,008 540 3,240 1
6 54,538 1,683 11,781 1
7 87,781 2,274 15,923 1
8 93,022 3,064 21,452 1