Day 4-14

4th Day[edit | edit source]

The opposing armies' conserved skirmishes

None of the battlefields underwent any great developments. Even if the front lines clashed fiercely, each of the various army's HQ's continued to sit back and silently observe. Against this, the Qin also fought in a manner that conserved their own manpower. For the Qin who were in their own lands and had no worries about running out of food rations, this sort of battle was just what they desired.


Day 5 and 6[edit | edit source]

Both the troops fought conservatively with no considerable development.

7th Day[edit | edit source]

Choutou infected

The Han began to move. They ordered the Wei back, and fired powerful poison on the troops on top of the Pass. They used their most powerful poison to infect General Chou Tou.




Day 8-14[edit | edit source]

Both the troops fought conservatively with no considerable development.

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