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Location Info
Name Qin
Capital Kanyou
Location(s) China

The State of Qin is located in the western border of China. It's capitol is Kanyou.


According to legend the origins of Qin trace back to ancient times when one of five Emperors Sen Gyoku had a granddaughter. When she was weaving on a loom outside, a swallow flew near her and dropped an egg. She ate the egg, got pregnant and gave birth to a boy named Tai Gyou, who would later become the forefather of Qin.

After the 13th year of king Boku Kou's reign (400 years ago) the neighboring state of Jin had a famine(widespread scarcity of food). Although Jin was the enemy, Boku Kou pitied the peasants of Jin. He lent them vast amounts of food; an unbroken chain of boats and carts from Qin carrying food. Later referred to as the "Fan Zhou Zhi Yi". However, when it was Qin that was suffering from a famine, Jin takes advantage of this and invades Qin. Boku Kou was so enraged he led the army against Jin himself. In the initial stages of the war, Qin fought on equal grounds with Jin, but the scarcity in food made Qin suffer from hunger and eventually from fatigue. Jin gained the upper hand and Boku Kou was surrounded. However, 300 mountain people came to Qin's aid in order to repay the favor of the wine and horse meat that Boku Kou had given them prior to the war. This is later called the story of "horse and wine for soldiers". The mountain people also build the Summer getaway for the king of Qin.

Not much is known of the state of Qin prior to King Sho's reign but it is assumed that they, like other states, engaged in territorial warfare and have done so for decades. Qin's military might was evident during King Sho's reign as the monarch himself had ambition and a dream to unite all the states under his rule. The system he created called the Six Great Generals of Qin was crucial to Qin expanding its territory and becoming a state to be feared during those times. After King Sho's death, his son's rule in the state was weak and he failed to follow in his father's footsteps to strengthen the state's military. The current king of Qin, King Sho's grandchild Ei Sei, has the same ambition and dream of King Sho.


After taking back the throne from his half brother, Ei Sei launched an invasion into the state of Wei which failed to gain them more territory. The following campaign into the state of Han was met with great success as the army led by Great General Mou Gou conquered many cities and pushed deep into Han territory. This, however, left them vulnerable as Zhao invaded Qin, attacking two of its border cities before a relief army led by Great General Ou Ki came to repel their advance. They succeeded in saving the city of Bayou and repelling the Zhao forces but at a great cost with the death of Great General Ou ki the "Monstrous Bird of Qin".

Upon hearing of Ou Ki's death, neighboring states began to slowly encroach on Qin borders. Ryo Fui sparked an incident which brought Ri Boku to the royal palace where an alliance was formed with Zhao with the city of Kankou going to Qin. 

In the 5th year of King Sei's reign, the Qin launched a campaign into Wei with 150,000 troops led by Great General Mou Gou. The aim was to push into the Sanyou region of Wei and subjugate the area, turning it into a province of Qin. After the success of the campaign, the captured region of Sanyou is renamed "Tougun" and 10,000 Qin citizens have immigrated into the region, which declared the state's intent to expand its borders to all the other states. 


  • Legalism

Political Factions[]

Members of the Court[]

The state is a monarchy run by the 31st king Ei Sei. Chancellor Ryo continually tried to gain the throne of the kingdom and has attempted to assassinate the king at one point. Eventually he was accused of treason and his rank was removed.

The elite bodyguard unit under the royal court is dressed in black armor and usually escort important state figures to various locations.

The Three Great Families of Qin have great influence in the court of Qin.


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Duke Toku †
6th King
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Boku Kou
King of 400 years ago
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Duke Kaikou †
19th King
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28th King
306–251 BC
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Anko Kukun
29th King
250 BC
Sou Jou
30th King
250–247 BC
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Queen Mother (Bi Ki)
Wife of Sou Jou
1st Queen of Ai State (Former)
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Ei Sei
31st King
1st Prince
Son of Sou Jou & Queen Mother
247 BC-present
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Sei Kyou
2nd Prince
2nd Son of Sou Jou
Slain by rebel soldiers
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1st Prince
Son of Ei Sei
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1st Princess
Daughter of Ei Sei & Kou
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Widow of Sei Kyou
"Princess of the North"
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Kaku Kei
Nephew of Sho
Slain by Han Roki


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Ryo Fui
Chancellor of State
Rank removed for Treason
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Shou Bun Kun
Chancellor of the Left
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Shou Hei Kun
Chancellor of the Right
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Ketsu Shi
Chancellor of the Left
Slain by Ba Jio & Shunmen


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Sa Ji
Chief Executioner
Slain by Shin
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Ri Shi
Head of Administration
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Sai Taku
Highest Ranked Diplomat
Chancellor during King Sho's reign
Died a natural death due to old age
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Tei Koku
Ei Sei Faction
Fixed Flood Control of Qin
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Chou Man
Shou Bun Kun vassal
Slain by Clan Gouma
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Kou Kin
Ei Sei Faction
Spread rumors of Ryo Fui having an affair with the Queen.

Royal Harem[]

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Rou Ai
Queen Mother's Lover
1st King of Ai state
Executed for treason
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Chou Kou
Advisor of Queen Mother
Chancellor of Ai state
Exiled for treason
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Palace Girl
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Palace Girl
Mother of Rei
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Three Great Families of Qin
Han Family, Kai Family, Ryou Family
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Mother of Fusu
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Bi Kyuu
Slain by A Min
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A Min

City Lords[]

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Ei Sei
Lord of Kanyou
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Duke Hyou
Lord of Asui
Slain by Hou Ken
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Dan Shi
Lord of Baou
Slain by Hou Ken Army
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Ou Ki
Lord of Ou Ki's City (Former)
Slain by Hou Ken
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Lord of Ou Ki's City (Current)
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Ho Kaku
"Stand-in" Lord of Tonryuu
Slain by Sei Kyou
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Ryo Fui
"Stand-in" Lord of Kanyou
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Koku Gou
Lord of Gan
Slain by Go Kei


The people who make up the foundation of the state of Qin. The everyday commoners who aren't apart of the government or in the Qin Military.

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Granny Sen
Fuuri Villlage
Shin's neighbor
Man To
Mayor of Hei Village
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Ka Ryo Ten's grandfather
Kokuhi Village
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Kei's Grandmother
Jouto Village
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Kou's Mother
Jouto Village
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See also Territory of the states.


  • Qin + mountain people vs Jin, unknown + 300 mountain people vs unknown: winner Qin, prize: Qin repelled the invasion.
  • Haku Ki vs. Zhao(Ren Pa), 650,000 vs 400,000: stalemate.
  • Haku Ki vs. Zhao(Chou Katsu), 650,000 vs 400,000: winner Qin, prize: Joutou region.



Qin Cities


Qin is the state farthest to the west and its capital is Kanyou. By the capital there is a river running through Qin and Wei, passing the borders of Wei and Han. It continues through Zhao and ends at the west borders of Qi. The neighboring states near Qin are Chu (located to the south), Han and Wei (to the east) and Zhao (to the northeast). Between Qin's borders with its neighbors and the capital of Kanyou is mountain range with only two large passes through it. Here, the Kankoku Wall (which is twice the height of an average wall) and its southern equivalent on the Bu Pass stands guard to prevent any attempt by an enemy to march onto the capital.


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Qin's most notable generals during Coalition War
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The Kankoku Wall which protects Qin from invaders
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The updated Qin map, after the Western Zhao Invasion Arc (Chapter 642)