|Real Name||Kyuu Gen|
He had a warrior's build and a moustache. The plume on his helmet seemed to distinguish him as a general as his other counterpart wore the same helmet.
Kyuu Gen was a stern, focused man who hated sentimental tripe like those who make the sacrifice of comrades seem noble. His short sighted nature caused his downfall in the battle.
Keiyou Campaign ArcEdit
During the conflict between Qin and Wei, he was placed in command of about 50,000 Wei soldiers from Keiyou and directed them from one of the three hills where his camp was located. Facing off against the 1st, 2nd and 4th Qin army, he displays strategies to be expected of a General. He comments on the Qin army's hastiness to take the hill and sends the 2nd battalion to disrupt the flow of the battle below.
When the Qin infantry gained the advantage, pushing back his troops, Kyuu Gen holds the 3rd battalion in reserve and sends out Wei war chariots which devastate the Qin infantry. Failing to account for the chariot's inability to finish the Qin soldiers off, Kyuugen sends his remaining soldiers down to take Duke Hyou's head, leaving a guard unit of 2,000 men on the hill to guard his position. His chariot units are evenly matched with the Qin cavalry as he compares Great General Go Kei to Duke Hyou in terms of strategy, predicting the destruction of the Qin army. His failure to account for the movement of Qin cavalry units, specifically Baku Koshin's own, led to his death on the hill and its capture by the 4th Qin army. He was able to deal the mortal wound that ended Baku Koshin's life with a sword thrust into his chest. In turn, he was killed by Koshin stabbing him in the neck with his sword.
|Surprisingly well balanced|
To Baku Koshin: "Your miracles are nothing but lucky incidents that happen to befall the powerless".