SLBP Main Lords in Greek Mythology
Nobunaga: Ares, God of War, Carnage, and Destruction. Represented bloodlust and ferocity in battle, the opposite of Athena, who achieved success in combat through subdued methods. Known for his temperament and susceptibility to jealous outbursts.
Mitsuhide: Caerus, God of Opportunity and Favorable Moments. His presence brought about convenience, as he always appeared at auspicious times.
Yukimura: Kratos, God of Strength and Might. Known for his steadfastness and courageousness during the siege of Mount Olympus.
Saizo: Deimos, God of Terror and Dread. Formidable in combat, he was known for accompanying Ares, God of War, on the battlefield to spread malevolence and despair among combatants.
Masamune: Astraeus [“dawn of the stars”], Titan God of Dusk and Astrology.
Kojuro: Prometheus, Titan God of Forethought. Resourceful and knowledgeable, he is known for his bond with mankind, as he assists humanity in its growth in life.
Toshiie: Hephaestus, God of Blacksmithing and Metal Crafting. Able to withstand intensive heat without being burned. Often depicted as brutish but can be deeply considerate.
Hideyoshi: Hermes, God of Persuasion, Travel and Diplomacy. Well-known as the messenger of the gods and is often depicted as cunning.
Ieyasu: Apollo, God of Archery and Medicine. Physically depicted as handsome with his signature golden hair. Rarely upset but vengeful when enraged.
Mitsunari: Coeus, Titan God of Intelligence. Known for his devotion to learning due to his inquisitive nature.
Kenshin: Priapus, God of Fertility,
Agriculture, and Horticulture.
Also known for his over-sized dick.
Shingen: Eros, God of Love, Beauty, Passion, and Sexuality. Known for spreading love by striking his targets’ hearts.