Imagine you are an american officer in 1860s japan, how would you demonstrate your gatling guns to them? What would you say?
>>15631351BIGGU GUNNU SHUTO VERI FASTO
>>15631351>Ask for volunteers to run at me with swords while screaming "banzai">Mow them down>"guess you guys aren't ready for that yet, but your kids are gonna love it">Wink at the camera
>>15631351Set up paper targets and let it rip. By the time the gatling gun was export ready, Japs were well aware of modern firearms.
>>15631351>WATASHI WA ZETSUBO BANZAI *set up targets**mow them down* >YARI SHIENKI >OMAE RYO *bow and toss them my katana*
>>15631351>Imagine you are an american officer in 1860s japan, There weren't any. Most advisors were British or French.There were American mercenaries in China thoughbeit.
>>15631351Now watch this drive.
>>15631372basically the ending of The Last Samurai
>>15631351Alright fish heads, line up
>>15631351If I learned anything from reading James Clavell, the Jappos really fucking hate gai-jin like me and would be extremely resistant to my being there unless it was efficient >how would you demonstrateWell-trained gun crew showing off, then demonstrate how a new crew (with translators) can perform a similar result>what would you sayhttps://youtu.be/K7TCFkdFr6g?si=lS_cjfLoEpnft66V&t=57
>>15631351actually the man wo inspired the 2003 movie "The Last Samurai' was a french officier , Captain Jules Brunet , who helped Japan to modernize and who fought until the end, in the ruins of Hakodate, with the elite troops (Shinsegumi) of the military government (bakufu)
>>15631351I'd murder Ken Watanabe
>>15633374He also defected to form the Republic of Ezo, but every other foreign advisor wanted them to be an empire not a republic.