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Chapter 489
« on: September 14, 2016, 05:57:39 pm »
The current chapter solidifies that King Ouken is willing to indirectly assist Qin by not interfering with its takeover of neighboring states. Basically, Qi has surrendered peacefully to avoid bloodshed. So, can Qi, officially be considered the first state taken under control by Qin? And, can it be kept a secret for long. I think it’s only a matter of time before Riboku and the other states realize what is going on. And yet, Riboku may already have an indication about King Ouken's motive for being there, considering that this is not the first time he has betrayed the other kingdoms. During the coalition invasion, Qi did the same. I mean, why else would King Ouken personally venture to Qin, especially now that it hasn't declared war with Qi. Riboku isn’t going to fall for the same thing again. I think he will alert the surrounding states just in time to make the necessary preparations against Qin. What do you think? 8^)
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