Ou Sen (jap.), Wang Jian (chin.)
|Relatives||Ō Hon (son)|
|Affiliation||Ō Sen Army; Mou Gou Army; Qin Military|
|Japanese Voice||Kenyuu Horiuchi|
Ō Sen appears to have a warrior's build and a long goatee. His helmet is unique with its lifelike face on both the back and the visor. A dragon's claw holds the top of the helm and speaks to the wealth the family has as such armor would be costly to make. The armor is black and his cape is white.
It is rumored that he desires to become king.
Ren Pa describes him as someone who cares more for his own life than those of his subordinates or the battle. He is similar to Haku Ki, the leader of the Six Great Generals of Qin. Cautious in battle and utilizes 'traps' to lure his enemies to their doom.
He seems to be stoic and has not displayed any other emotion except for some shock when Ren Pa outplayed him on the battlefield.
As the head of the same family as Ouki, but of the main family, it is rumored he is equally as talented as Ouki himself. However, due to his dangerous ambition, he never received King Sho's favor. Was deemed the "Most Dangerous" person in Qin because of his aspiration to become a king.
Ō Sen is first seen as his army conquers the Wei city of Sanbi with only his first wave of troops. Before the Battle of Sanyou started, Ō Sen bested Ren Pa by arriving first on the Rui Plains and taking the high ground of Mount Man for himself. From a hill, he observed his son strike with the vanguard unit before leaving with his troops. He was subsequently pitied against the Wei left army led by general Kyou En of Ren Pa's Four Heavenly Kings.
As his army fought that of Kyou En's, he pulled back his main army to the rear then arrives to reinforce commander Heki by giving him command of 5,000 Qin troops and tasks him with engaging General Kyou En. As he leaves, one of his lieutenants asks if that was a wise decision to which Ō Sen states that Heki will make excellent bait. He arrives with his main army at the Wei Di to catch Kyou En off-guard, killing the Wei troops stationed on the cliffs and re-capturing the position. Mentioning that defeated commanders can only expect death, he offers to spare both Kyou En and his personal troops if he swears his loyalty to him. He adds that the Wei general will become one of his close retainers and given lands, stating that his "kingdom" needs men skilled at warfare. When Kyou En rejects the offer by shooting at him, Ō Sen orders him taken alive and states that he did manipulate the battles to make it seem as though the Wei were winning. He is shocked when his troops are caught off-guard by the appearance of Great General Ren Pa and orders the officers to reform the troops, telling them to send word to Heki as well. He retreats with his army out of the gorge, stating that he only fights battles where victory is certain.
|STATS (Ō Sen)|
During the Sanyou Campaign he efficiently conquered 8 cities over a span of 2 months, besting both Mou Gou's conquest of 3 cities and Kan Ki's of 5 cities. Ō Sen does this by using lightning fast series of offensives against enemy cities.
Ō Sen gives off immense pressure and has no qualm with using troops to his own end.He was stated by Ō Ki to be on par with the Six Great Generals of Qin in spite of being merely a deputy of Mou Gou.
Appears to have impressive terrain manipulation since he was able to direct Heki to use a Wei Dei agaisnt Kyou En and had captured the important high terrain prior to the battle starting but most impressivly agaisnt the Ordo army was able to use the mountains to such an extent that the opposing Ordo tribesmen were amazed that he was a plain dweller and then was able to manipulate Ordo, a renowned mountain strategist, into a deadly trap.
In both the Wei Campaign and Battle for Kanyou Pass O Sen demonstrated a talented for building fortified structures and seems to have a fondness for the highground. O Sen seems to have a great level of insight and ability to predict his opponents moves. Seemingly defensive and cautious he seeks to only fight battles which he can win often going through great lengths to set up or force a situation where he initiates a surprise surgical attack. Most notably perhaps was the way he routed the Yan Army and moved quickly to route an attack on Kanyou Pass.
One curious trait of O Sen is that his secret ambition to be king often leads him to create situations where he attempts to take enemy generals prisoners alive seeking to make them his own subordinates.