—Kyo Gai's last thought.
Kyo Gai was one of the original members of the Hi Shin Unit when it was initially a 100 man Squadron and one of the 100-Man Cavalry Commanders.
He has a clean shaven face and long tied hair. He also has a leaf shaped birthmark covering his right eye.
Initially his only concern for joining the unit was to gain big achievement in up coming battles. Over time he has come to respect and appreciate his commander, Shin and his comrades.
Kyo Gai participated in the Keiyou Campaign as part of the 2nd Army that suffered enormous amount of casualties. He is shown as close friends to Hou and Ryuu Yuu. Kyo Gai is one of the original members of the Hi Shin Unit when it was initially a 100 man Squadron.
Kyo Gai is shown leading a 10-man squad during the campaign to capture Wei's major city of Sanyou and its surrounding cities,
Kyo Gai participated in the Battle of Kankoku Pass the invasion of the combined forces of Wei, Zhao, Han, Yan and Chu forces. He showed his endurance and bravery during the Battle of Sai in defending Sai's south wall.
The 15th day of the Battle at Shukai Plains, the Hi Shin Unit closed in on Ri Boku's HQ through a cavalry charge led by himself and others, but the glaive of Hou Ken made its presence known by turning the men of Qin into minced meat, Kyo Gai being one of them.
Kyo Gai has participated in every single battle the Hi Shin Unit has been in since its founding and became one of squad leaders during the Qin-Zhao war. After the Qin-Zhao war he became a 10 man squad leader. After the Sanyou Campaign he became a 100-Man Commander for the reborn 1000-man Hi Shin Unit.
17th Squad leader, 5-Man Squad Leader.
10-Man Squad Leader
- Ah? The hell's this unit? (Chapter 113, page 97)
- In chapter 641, Kyo Gai's ghost gets jealous and tells Bi Hei that he wants flowers too, stopping him from moving.