|Den Ri Mi|
|Chinese||Tian Li Wei|
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Den Ri Mi appears to be a young commander with a goatee and serious expression, wearing simple armor.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Not much is known about Den Ri Mi entirely. But he takes the mission seriously as 'failure' is not allowed. He is a man of a strategist who prefers to fight his enemies from the general view so he could observe the situation.
He respects Ou Sen as his superior and more/less able to understand the general's point of view, like on one occasion on the center army's camp at Battle of Shukai plain, Ou Sen and Den Ri Mi understood each other's conversation with only a few words regarding about Qin Right Wing force as main key point.
History[edit | edit source]
Den Ri Mi was the third Division commander under Ou Sen's command. Not much else is known about him, other than being a commander who, unlike A Kou and Ma Kou that personally leads their men to the battlefield. He preferred to lead his man from a distance so he could access the situation and make the decision of his command.
Story[edit | edit source]
He was shown in Ou Sen's base camp, talking to his leader on a few occasions.
On the final day of Battle at Shukai Plains, he faced Earl Kou in a battle, but his methods were proven ineffective against his opponent.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Tactical Abilities: Unlike A Kou and Ma Kou, Den Ri Mi is a commander that would not fight personally on the frontlines but prefers to analyze the situation of the battlefield from a safe distance. Despite that, he trains his army that demonstrated a remarkable degree of strength from each individual soldier. In addition, he was proficient in a smart form of fighting, capable of freely modifying his methods on the fly to fix any mistakes, expertly combining the strength of both hardness and softness. He was also shown using complex tactics like the Snake Formation.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Den Ri Mi is possibly the youngest commander in the Ou Sen Army.