|Yo Tan Wa Army|
|Name||Yo Tan Wa Army|
|Affiliation|| Yo Tan Wa Faction|
|Leader||Yo Tan Wa|
Yo Tan Wa and her army of 3000 warriors aided Ei Sei in his struggle to reclaim his throne after his brother's rebellion. After the rebellion she went back to the mountains to wage war in a campaign against the other barbarian tribes, in order to unite everyone under her lead.
Yo Tan Wa led her Army to fights against The Kyoudo Horsemen Tribe. Who had long threatened Qin’s northern border.
After many battles, Yo Tan Wa had managed to unite the mountain tribes up to the northern lands into one powerful faction. As the only enemies left were the northern horsemen tribes, the Yo Tan Wa army, numbering 80,000 strong members went to a campaign against the Xiongnu. However, when they arrived there, they found out that the enemy army (numbering 100,000) had already been destroyed by a Zhao army.
During the Coalition Invasion, the Yo Tan Wa army was preoccupied with their great campaign against the large Kabanko faction to the north. However, when Sei requested their help once again, Yo Tan Wa decided to postpone her own battle and lead her army to the city of Sai.
The Yo Tan Wa Army of 30,000 warriors arrived at Sai on the 7th day of the siege. Their appearance surprised greatly the Ri Boku Army as they rushed through the western front with great speed. Fu Tei led his unit to confront them head on, in an attempt to stop their rapid advance, but after slashing through some soldiers he struggled to reach their main forces.
Ri Boku was overwhelmed by this utterly unexpected development and was about to order a retreat, but it was then when great general Hou Ken entered the battle. Hou Ken slashed his way to where Yo Tan Wa was, but when she was about to face him, Shin asked her to leave this opponent to him.
Yo Tan Wa and her forces captured the Wei castle of En Shi.
She and her forces alongside Shin and his Hi Shin Unit was tasked to capture the Retsubi, leading her forces through the defenders, taking casualties until the army, under Ba Jio took over the gates and let Hi Shin Unit finish off the defenders.
She was tasked by Ou Sen to deal with Ryouyou, sending Heki Army to help her force to fight Zhao forces led by Shun Sui Ju. She attacked Zhao forces and dealt damages until Shun Sui Ju applied psychological damage by killing tribesmen and luring them upon Ryouyou with waiting Quanrong troops.
- Aided Ei Sei in retaking the throne by lending 50 elite warriors.
- During Qin's struggle for power, Yo Tan Wa also led her army in an attempt to unite Qin's mountain tribes under her command.
- Arrived with a 30,000 strong army on the 7th day to aid Ei Sei and the defenders of Sai.
- Bajio slayed Shin Sei Jou
- Captured the Wei castle of En Shi
- Captured the Zhao castle of Retsubi
Other members and CommandersEdit
Leader of Feego Tribe
Leader of Mera Tribe
Most members of the army are naked from the waist up or wear animal furs and feathers, while some also have tattoos.
All members of the army wear full-face intimidating masks. Each mask represents their respective mountain-tribe which has swore allegiance to her as king.
The fighters of the mountain tribes are rumored to be much stronger than an average soldier. The hardships of the mountain life and the uncivilized way of living, has helped them improve their physical strength, speed and instincts to a level far more superior that those of the plain folk. The absence of armor helps them move faster into the battlefield and their heightened senses are extremely useful during ambushes and guerrilla warfare.
Yo Tan Wa FactionEdit
Apart from the military campaigns, Yo Tan Wa also handles the political affairs of her turf. She leads a faction structured by the officials and leaders of the absorbed tribes and is a rising power within the kingdom of Qin. When Yo Tan Wa herself is out on a campaign, the Chouga Elders handle the affairs of the united tribes. The tribes that are known to be affiliated with the Yo Tan Wa Faction so far are:
Mountian Clans & Tribes Edit(Total of 12 known) out of 100+ tribes.
(stationed to the left during the battle of sai)
(stationed to the right during the battle of sai)
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