|Kan Ki Army|
|Name||Kan Ki Army|
|Location||Koku You hill|
|Part of||Mou Gou Army (former)|
|Reporting to||Qin Court|
|Commander(s)|| Rai Do;|
During its days as a bandit group, they operated in the mountains south of Qin. Under the leadership of Kan Ki they were able to defeat every Qin army that was send after them. Because of Kan Ki's taste for cruelty, they became notorious for leaving no survivors, even not sparring soldiers that had already surrendered.
At some point Mou Gou scouted Kan Ki and his group to fight under him, as Kan Ki had proven himself to be a prodigy at warfare. For reasons unknown, Kan Ki accepted. Along with the Ou Sen army, they became responsible for most of Mou Gou's achievements.
The Kan Ki army, just like the Ou Sen army is an army working directly under general Mou Gou and is a part of the Mou Gou army, Kan Ki being his vice general. The army makes its first appearance in the Sanyou campaign where they at the plains outside of Sanyou city to meet up with the Mou Gou and Ou Sen army. On its way to Sanyou they had been conquering cities along the way. When the battle of Sanyou started the Kan Ki army was stationed to flank the Ren Pa army while Ousen attacked the other flank and Mou Gou defending the center of the battlefield. The first opposing army was lead general Kai Shi Bou who was also the leader of Ren Pa's four heavenly kings. Kan Ki outplayed him by the usage of guerrilla warfare, using the forest and terrain to their advantage to plant their ambushes with hit and run tactics. Gen Bou, the main strategist of the four heavenly kings took over leadership of the army to counter Kan Ki's way of warfare but failed as Kan Ki and his men approached as messengers disguised as Wei soldiers and slayed Gen Bou.
Kai Shi Bou was then put back in the charge of the army and attacked the the Kan Ki army's HQ which Kan Ki and most of his members had left undefended. This seemed not to be a problem because Kan Ki was hidden with his men elsewhere in the forest where the enemy couldn't find him, and he stayed hidden and headed to the Ren Pa army's HQ where the Wei general and commander-in-chief of the Wei army Haku Kisai was stationed. The HQ was ambushed by the Kan Ki army and the hill was conquered and the wei soldiers captured. Kan Ki then slayed Hakukisai along with his men and set the HQ ablaze where the fire and smoke could be seen by anyone on the battlefield. Thanks to the Kan Ki army successful performance, the Ren Pa Army along with the Wei army was now without their commander-in-chief and HQ, this partially marked the victory for Qin in the Sanyou campaign, it was an important event which turned the tide of battle and was the most important achievement the Kan Ki army has ever achieved. This led to Kan Ki receiving a promotion in the ceremony for scoring the best achievements in the battle of Sanyou.
In the Battle of Kankoku Pass the Kan Ki army was stationed upon the Kankoku wall along side the Chou Tou army and Mou Gou army who were all part of the main defense of keeping the wall from being conquered. The Kan Ki army held the wall intact by burning down one of the Wei army's siege towers. As another siege tower came and various siege weapons being deployed both by the Wei and the Han army, Kan Ki decided that this could no go on without them doing something. So he deployed a strategy to kill the Han commander-in-chief Sei Kai, whose HQ was stationed closer to the wall than the Wei army's HQ as he had noticed from the view upon the wall. He took with him 4 small units of his army along with units of the Chou Tou army all disguised as Wei soldiers, he then dropped a smoke bomb in the siege tower and descended with his units who then rode in different directions through the Wei army and the Han army unnoticed.
When they finally reached the Han army's HQ where general Sei Kai and his army were stationed they charged it head on. The Sei Kai army responded with hard resistance as the HQ defense chief Nakon was causing them problem, but with the help of the Chou Tou army which had strong and experienced veteran soldiers they managed to break through the defense force, Nakon was then killed by general Chou Tou. As they went further in and came closer to Sei Kai the Black Arrow Unit of the Sei Kai army equipped with deadly poisons arrows caused big trouble for both armies. After managing to defeat this unit, the Kan Ki and Chou Tou army finally reached Sei Kai who was then slayed by general Chou Tou, who also later died of the poison from Sei Kai's weapons. The mission was successful with the combined efforts of both armies. This was a great achievement for the Kan Ki army who then headed back safe and sound to the wall destroying siege weapons along the way. When they came back to the wall one of the defense towers and been turned ablaze because of the low man power who was left behind to defend while the Kan Ki and Chou Tou units had been working on getting to Sei Kai.
The Kan Ki army is attaking the Zhao border and does have to fight against the Kei Sha Army. When Kei Sha is slayed by Shin of the Hi Shin Unit, Ki Sui of the city of Rigan takes over the command of the Zhao army. But Kan Ki is able to beat him on a psychological level, despite losing many men during several scuffles. He achieved great victory since he had lost less soldiers than previously expected. But Ri Boku who over watches the battle says, that he found out the weakness of Kan Ki.
In order to capture Gyou, Ou Sen headed the campaign, alongside Yo Tan Wa Army and Ou Sen Army, with support from Gyoku Hou Unit, Gaku Ka Unit, and Hi Shin Unit, was folded into 3 armies. His army was first used as to eliminate the chasing Zhao patrols until they reached Retsubi. They were dismayed when Ou Sen decided to abandon Retsubi to only attack minor cities, but they obeyed. They were used as scaring the cities into abandonment. When they reached Gyou, he decided to watch as his army nears Gyou.
|before||Kan Ki army||Captured multiple cities on their way to the battlefield||-|
|Sanyou Campaign||Kan Ki||Gen Bou- Strategist of the Wei forces and one of Ren Pa's Four Heavenly Kings||
Nobility raised by two counts, given the lands of Seihi, Seirin, Daika, 2000 units of gold, and 10 units of treasure.
|Haku KisaiWei Commander-in-Chief|
|Rai Do||Attack on the Wei HQ dealing a good amount of damage||
created a distraction for Kan Ki to sneak into the HQ and capture it
|Chuu Ki||Slayed various Wei commanders at Wei HQ|
|Battle of Kankoku Pass||Kan Ki||Burned down Wei Siege Tower||Nobility raised by two ranks, granted land, 3,000 units of gold, 10 units of treasure.|
|Deployed strategy along with Great General Chou Tou to eliminate Sei Kai - Han Commander-in-Chief|
|Kan Ki army||Destroyed many siege crossbows|
|Siege of the City of Kyuu||Kan Ki||Burned the officers of the city of Kyuu||Tributed them to the late Hakurou|
Koku You Hills
Hi Shin Unit
|Slew Ryuu Tou|
Lieutenant of the Ki Sui Army
|- Opened a path to Kei Sha for Shin|
- mentally destabilized Ki Sui
Hi Shin Unit
|Slew Commander in Chief|
General Kei Sha
|Kan Ki||outplayed General Ki Sui||- gain control over Koku You region|
- Lost not close as much soldiers as expected
1,000 man commander
1.000 Man Commander
Commanders under Koku Ou
Situational Members / joined Forces Edit
Koku You Campaign
right wing army
strength: 8000 man
Kan Ki's army is specialized in guerrilla-warfare, therefore preferring to fight in areas that gives them cover to scatter their forces (forests, mountains). To max out the terrain advantage, they use various tactics associated with guerrilla-warfare: Day and night warfare, surprise attacks, ambushes, hit and run, infiltration and any combination of these.
Even though their forces tend to be scattered in small units across the battlefield, these units are fully able to fight in perfect coordination with each other. Their ability to coordinate with each other in such circumstances, suggests a communication system and mountaineering experience on par with those of the Mountain Tribes, probably developed during their days as bandits in the Southern Mountains.
The Kan Ki army also employs psychological-warfare as a supplement to their guerrilla-warfare. Acts like leaving no survivors or the defiling of enemy soldiers corpses tend to make enemy soldiers angry and heightens their morale, the Kan Ki army goes further than that. They make sure that their defiling of enemy soldiers is done in such a gruesome way that they instill fear in the enemy soldiers instead of anger.