|"Japanese unique Medieval era melee unit. Does not suffer combat penalties when damaged."|
Samurai, or known as Bushi class, existed for nearly a thousand years in Japan. Bushido (“the way of the warrior”) was a codified set of rules and way of life adopted by a large number of noble clans throughout Japan. The Samurai class wasn’t officially abolished in Japan until 1868 and, to this day, remains one of the most identifiable Japanese cultural touchstones.
These Unique Units don't lose combat strength when they take damage making them hard hitting until the end.