FYI "Yari"= Spear and "Ashigaru" = light foot infantry
Yari Ashigaru made up the bulk of the troops
fighting during the Warring States Period of
Japan because they were lightly equipped
relatively cheap to field and it was easier to
train peasants to use a simple spear then
other weapons, any Daimyo worth his salt
included Yari Ashigaru in his Army.
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