|Go Kei Army|
|Name||Go Kei Army|
|Specialty||War Chariot Unit|
Keiyou Campaign ArcEdit
In the Battle of Dakan Plains, Gokei's war chariots caused the most damage to the Qin army which was led by great general Duke Hyou. They were eventually defeated by Shin and the members of the infantry which was sent out first to attack the Wei army. General Kyuugen was appointed to defend the left hill from being taken as it was to their advantage to hold the high ground, likewise for General Hakukisai who held the right hill of the battlefield. The left hill which was defended by General Kyuugen and one of the ten bows of China, commander Kourigen tried to stop the unit lead by commander Bakukoshin who led the infantry unit along with Shin who were ascending the hill to slay the Kyuugen.
They faced hard resistance as they were slowly being destroyed by the overwhelming Wei army. Kourigen shot Bakukoshin with an arrow but didn't kill him, Shin furious about it charged right through and slayed him as he finally reached the hill. General Kyuugen pulled out his weapon and stabbed commander Bakukoshin by likewise he was stabbed back by him and they both slowly died as the were laying on the ground this resulted in Gokei's army loosing the hill. The Duke Hyou army which charged the Gokei army HQ head one faced hard resistance from the war chariots who surrounded his unit as he went further in. Shuki and Maki were also 2 dangerous commanders appointed by Gokei to slay the Duke before he could reach the HQ, with their combinated duo attack they were sure that not even the Duke could survive what's coming. But they never really got the chance since the combined units of Shin and Heki charged in and flanked the Wei army, which resulted in Shin slaying Shuki and Duke slaying Maki, which made the Duke Hyou army progress without getting seriously damaged. Gokei's aces in the hole being the war chariots and his commanders had been defeated and he had no choice but to face the Duke in a duel which resulted in his death and the army's defunct. Hakukisai tried to continue the battle after the great generals death, as his hill and army had not been destroyed yet, but he was stopped by great general Ouki and fled.
War chariots can easily run down infantry and cavalry like knife through butter and can be hard to stop.