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Okuni is a heroine in the Samurai Warriors series. She is an entertainer who is best known in history for founding the Japanese dance style, Kabuki.

History

Okuni unknowingly squatted on the battlefield. As a priestess, he usually tried to stop violence or raise funds through dancing. She helped Goemon to start her story by quarreling in Kyōto. In the city, she met Cage and fell in love. After leaving Kyōto, she resumed her mission to raise funds for the Izumo shrine. She came to Osaka just to find an attack by the Oda forces. In order to enhance people's spirit, she performed dance and caught the attention of Magoichi. With the help of Goemon, she defeated the mercenary and defeated Oda. In recent works, she is implied as a certain spirit.

The forces scattered in Osaka led the pair to become fugitives as Mitsuhide pursues them to avenge the losses. They are escape to Ise and fled the Iga passage, and Goemon eventually voluntarily to stayed Mitsuhide. She continued without him, arrived at Kawanakajima, and stumbled upon Shingen and Kenshin. She danced to entertain two warlords, but ultimately did not stop them from fighting. After the performance, Okuni collected enough funds to repair the Izumo Shrine and decided to go home. However, before returning, she visited Azuchi Castle and reunited with Keiji to "save" Goemon's annoyance. Although she is obsessed with Keiji, in her story, Okuni wears her sleeves and can be fascinated by all kinds of men and women. She often hopes that the person she is obsessed with her back to Izumo. Therefore, she has the most endings in Samurai Warriors.

At the end of her movie, she entertained Keiji and Goemon with dance. During the performance, when she wanted to return to the battlefield, her emotional image came out. When she finished, she and Goemon were looking for the missing Keiji.

Trivia

  • In Sengoku Angelique, Okuni is a title once used by Sara and inherited by Mel. His full name is "Izumo Mel Okuni".
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