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There are fewer than 10,000 men between Shin and Mou Ten, and Kan Ki apparently has even fewer.

There are probably fewer than 15,000 Qin troops in Northern Zhao.

Even if they take Gian, a city with a populace that can support 100,000 troops, itโ€™ll be a whole other beast keeping it.

They will need Qin reinforcements and soon.

now i think what if the reinforcements is the first clan of kanki army ?!
maybe this clan is not with the main army of kanki but is follwing them from far
this why we didn't see them before , or maybe this is clan is not part of kanki army anymore but for this battle kanki asked them to come ?!
 
but yep if ohon came with like 15k-20k he could be a great assistance,
it would be but I wouldnt recommand it too big and Riboku would get whats going on and rush to gian this small unit should be able to do it

12000 Hishin and mouten + saki

I think Kanki will play the decoy
 
2 days earlier i think ouse is still didn't move yet
but yep if ohon came with like 15k-20k he could be a great assistance, shk will have already that the rinforcement did't reach
so ohun is the best one . eikwe battle was before more than 2 months so he is already recovered with his army .



it doesnt't matter if he was the oldest or the first of saki
what matter is what she said : saki is not the first clan , that means there was a clan before saki
but why kanki was from second clan not the first ??!
Kanki killed the previous leader
 
now i think what if the reinforcements is the first clan of kanki army ?!
maybe this clan is not with the main army of kanki but is follwing them from far
this why we didn't see them before , or maybe this is clan is not part of kanki army anymore but for this battle kanki asked them to come ?!
I think the Saki are the first clan. I believe it was also implied the Zenou were the second to have joined.

Regardless, I don't think Kan Ki has any reinforcements. The Saki are a couple dozen, perhaps a couple hundred at most. The siege engineers are probably just a few dozen engineers protected by a small escort. They don't have anywhere near the kind of numbers to be of any use to Kan Ki at the moment, which is why the Saki clan leader accepted Na Ki's bargain in exchange for the power of the HSA and GKA.

If a reinforcement army arrives, I suspect it will be by the machinations of Ou Sen. Whether he arrives himself or sends a vassal or two, I'm not entirely sure, but I suspect he will have rallied the reinforcements troops at Tai Gen and made haste to Gian - if he or anyone else from the Ou Sen Army arrives.
 
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Kan Ki already knew he was in shit when Sei arrived with an army, so no need for pretenses.

That said, it's my headcanon Sei has already let Shin know he will make Kan Ki an example of the Power of Law once he outlives his usefulness, and that he'll leave the task of capturing or eliminating Kan Ki to his entrusted sword.

That would make for a nice flashback: a conversation between Shin and Sei in the bloody aftermath of Eikyuu. It would also explain why Shin has managed to keep relatively calm and civilised around Kan Ki.

It's been my wishful thinking that we'll see that flashback at some point when Kan Ki flees a battlefield and considers which state to defect to since his army has been wiped out and he made an enemy of the king, only to be confronted by Shin and his retinue - including Na Ki for dramatical purposes.

I want to see Ei Sei exhibit that kind of forethought and confidence in Shin's abilities to handle it, but more importantly, I want Hara to make it clear that Sei considers Shin a failsafe within the Six Great Generals because he will never betray him, and I want to see Sei specifically thinking of Shin's slaying of Hou Ken and greatest feats as the source of his confidence in his ability to keep the Second Generation of the Six Greats from turning against him.

When Kan Ki meets his demise, I want to Hara either skip to off panel the battle entirely, or give us a proper sword duel between Shin and Kan Ki, resulting in his smiling death. I also want to see Na Ki straight up kill Rin Gyoku, or spare his life and allow him to join the HSA under his protection as a member of the Na Ki clan. Kyou Kai shouldn't even bother with Koku'ou. I imagined she'd be subdued quite easily and arrested, alongside Ma Ron and whoever else survives and/or surrenders.
 
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Escaping Ri Bokuโ€™s cage alone will be worthy of recognition and praise and perhaps a round of promotions.

Taking Gian should put Shin and Mou Ten materially closer to fulfilling the Sixth Great seat.
 
It feels like the current battle won't be as long as in the last campaigns which I'm hoping for, short and intense. Main bulk of the Qin army already got wrecked so i doubt there's that much left.
 
Guys

forget Saki clan

wtf did Mougou do to earn Kanki respect this much???
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Qin's military intimidation was bestowed on by the 6GG system, and what made it exist in first place was the loyalty of iron between king and Generals which allowed them to fight independently without waiting orders. To toss away one of its pillars right after a single battle would deteriorate the image of Qin's military symbol as a whole for the other states and lower the moral in the inside

Kanki possibly caught wind of all that and, upon serving and analyzing Sei's character throughout years of service, deduced that Sei wouldn't do anything in the meantime until he finds a more compelling reason like Kanki losing a battle.
 
Guys

forget Saki clan

wtf did Mougou do to earn Kanki respect this much???
:snoopy::crazwhat:
Probably because he gave Kanki an opportunity in the army when nobody would, especially to an ex-bandit. Its been said Mougou is second to none when it comes to identifying talent. I hope Hara tells us the story of how Mougou took Kanki under his wing before he gets defeated by Riboku.
 
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