Here, you can see the rosters of neutral forts and others.
Tsushima, the So Clan
The retainers of the So Clan prefers to use the way of the gun to dispatch off their enemies. Armed with a katana for close combat, albeit not skilled with it.
Sado, the Honma Clan
The retainers of the Honma Clan prefers to use the way of the bow to annihilate their enemies. Armed with a katana for close combat, albeit not skilled with it.
Mii-Dera, the Jimon Buddhist Sect
The Jimon monks wield the mighty naginata to kill their enemies, very good at closing in at the enemy but not as skilled as the naginata wielders from Ikko-Ikki.
Kokawa-Dera, the Shingon Buddhist Sect
The lightly armored Shingi monks wield the mighty O-zutsu to kill their enemies, their gun are slow but capable of putting out a great deal of damage.
Niputay, the Utari Swordsmen
The Ainu inhabitants of the Niputay village can quickly charge at their enemies, armed with their own swords and armour.
Otasut, the Utari Skirmishers
The Ainu inhabitants of the Otasut village uses their bows to massacre lightly armored enemies, their skirmishers can also be mounted as horse archers.
The Nanban Sailors
These nanban sailors are armed with their own exotic equipment. They are sometimes employed by the Otomo Clan. They can be commonly found as prisoners to the Woku Pirates roaming the westernmost area of Japan.