Ba Kan wore the standard commander's attire and a long cape over it. He had a long beard and a small mustache, and he had a look of apathy on his face.
Ba Kan was arrogant and didn't think much of the Qin soldiers after he killed a few cavalry men. He was confident in his martial prowess and believed he could best Shin in combat.
Although not much of his history is known, at some point in the past Ba Kan joined the Han military forces and managed to climb the ranks and reach that of 2000-man commander.
By chance, Ba Kan and his unit came upon the City State of Jo and decided to attack it. While his men were busy breaching the second wall gate, the Hi Shin Unit arrived to attack them in the rear. He was quickly notified that a Qin army had shown up and proceeded to enter the battle, where he quickly disposed a few Qin cavalry soldiers. Shortly after, he engaged in a duel with the Hi Shin unit's commander, Shin, and was killed by him, causing his men to flee.
Having reached the rank of 2000-man commander, Ba Kan must have been a skilled fighter. His abilities far exceeded those of common soldiers and officers, as he was seen taking out several Qin cavalry soldiers at once.