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Chapter 538
« on: November 17, 2017, 06:15:25 pm »
We understand that as a result of Ou Ki's untimely departure Shin's first experience with “the view a general sees” takes place early in his military career, furthermore, he was young, inexperienced, as well as illiterate. And, in spite of all that, he still managed to see what few never have the chance to experience. But this isn’t about him it’s about Mou Ten. Who shared this with him? Was it grandfather? Or was it Ko Zen? I think it’s fair to say that because of Mou Ten, Ou Hon’s newly founded insight makes it possible to see patterns on the battlefield that others simply overlook. Allowing him to make appropriate calculations in real time and avoid the enemy’s stratagem, with a little help from Akakin, of course.

Uh-oh, Heki has a bull's-eye on his back. But why his army? And not that we have any real confirmation, but could he seem like an easy target simply because of where he’s stationed? Could this have anything to do with it? I don’t know. Anyway, Zhao’s battlefield has an underground tunnel that leads away from the action, and worse, there could be more than one, possibly hundreds. Enough to get an army ready before the next assault. Perhaps, developed by Zhao’s ancestors eons ago for a different purpose altogether in a time dominated by fear of the unknown, nevertheless, it grants them the opportunity to attack Qin from behind issuing a surprise attack. Just how far does the tunnel(s) extend and should we be worried they can reach Ou Sen?