- Nov 21, 2016
Now, what's wrong with Hojo Tokimune? He might be a bit obscure, sure, but he's also not a bad leader at all historically, from what I can tell, anyways. Plus, he has a drama about him, so that must mean that he can't be that hated in Japan that he is considered a 'bad' leader. He defeated the Mongols (although that might've been more luck that they were caught in two typhoons ), helped instill Zen Buddhism into the warrior class, and in general acted very competently during his rule and never backed down. Over all, not a bad choice, if, again, a bit obscure.
Gandhi, meanwhile, is an iffy subject due to his mixed reputation as both the 'hero' of India, with his more controversial aspects such as his racism, sexism, and general creepy and downright disturbing behaviours often overlooked. Plus, he didn't even actually lead India, he was simply a figurehead member in the Free India Movement, if I recall correctly.
Yeah correctly. Indra Gandhi, bearing the same surname, will be a much more legitimate "Gandhi" to appear on the stage as a leader.