Qin Cities

Anken CityEdit


Asui CityEdit

Asui City

  • Was a place where a counsel meeting went place for Battle at Dakan Plains.
  • Go Kei and his army where headed for Asui in order to take it over.
Duke Hyou Portrait
Lord: Duke Hyou
  • Chinese name: Yashui

Baou CityEdit

Baou City

The city was attacked by the Zhao during the Han Campaign.

Dan Shi portrait
Lord: Dan Shi
  • Chinese name: Maying

Bayou CityEdit


Is a sister city of Baou and a keystone of the border region.

  • Chinese name: Mayang
  • Ou Ki's fellow Great General Kyou died here after Hou Ken attacked her.

Furou Village Edit

Furou Village

Gan CastleEdit

Gan Castle

Noticeable CitizensEdit

Koku Gou portrait
Lord: Koku Gou

Gouryou CityEdit

Gouryou City

The city was attacked by the Wei during the Coalition Army War.

Hei Village Edit

Hei Village

Hei Village is located in the eastern front line region of Kaisou. It was destroyed during the Coalition Invasion. After the war the Hi Shin Unit was assigned to rebuild the village and offer security from enemy troops.

Jinshi CityEdit


Jinshi City is located towards the middle of the Southern Pass. On the 20th day of the Coalition Army Battle, Jinshi was besieged by Ri Boku's detachment army.

Jouto VillageEdit

Jyouto Village

Jyouto Village (jap.); Chenghu Village (chin.)

Jou To Village

it's known as Jouto Village it was mistaking translated in the past.


Western Qin, Shi Province

Noticeable CitizensEdit

Village Chief (Jouto)
Praying old woman
Kei's Grandmother
Praying women
Kou's Mother
You Ri
Bi Tou portrait
Bi Tou
Tou Bi portrait
Bi Hei portrait
Kei portrait
Shin colored portrait
Hyou Portrait
Kou (male) portrait

Kakumin Edit


Kakuyou CityEdit

The Kakuyou region is located on the Qin/Zhao boarder. It is a vital blockade that keeps the Zhao from invading Qin's eastern territories. During the Chiyoyou Campaign the Ou Sen Army was positioned there.

Kakuyou region
Kakuyou Region
Kakuyou city
Kakuyou City

Kankou CityEdit

Kankou's location
The city fort
If Kankou were to be attacked
Kankou, was a Zhao city whose military significance has surged to the top in recent years due to the shifting borders. It is said that as soon as Ri Boku was made prime minister, he immediately turned his attention to strengthening the region around Kankou. The city was given to Qin as a bonus for agreeing to form the Qin-Zhao Alliance.


A huge fort in the center is said to be approaching completion. Were an enemy to siege the city, it would cost many lives, money, and time.


The city is on the Zhao border. And is between Qin and Wei.

Chinese name: Hangao

Kanyou CityEdit


Royal Capital of Qin, Kanyou

(see Kanyou)

  • Chinese name: Xianyang

Kasa CityEdit

Kasa city

Kasa is located on the outskirts of the mountains that surround Kanyou. In the middle of the south path that is guarded by Bu Pass. With a population of 3,000. Kasa was the first city to be attacked by Ri Boku's detachment force on their way towards Kanyou.

Kei CityEdit

Kei city is located on the borders of Qin and Wei. Shin met the leader of this city. And defended the city from attack from Ga Gyuu's army, as part of the defenders sent by Qin there.

Kei city portrait

Kei City

Kei VillageEdit

Kei Village


Location kinan-by-night

Kinan was the depot for the supplies in the Western Zhao Invasion Arc.

Kokuhi VillageEdit

Kokuhi Village

A place where thieves and murderers from all over the kingdom gather, in other words a village of outlaws. Its a terrible place and no normal person ever leaves it alive. Ei Sei hid himself in an abandoned shack after his younger half brother tried to assassinate him. He was able to stay there peacefully because prior to his arrival Sho Bun Kun had rumors spread that an infected person was in that house. People chose to stay away from the house out of fear. During Sei Kyou's coup, an army led by Gi Kou destroyed the village and killed anyone they could find in hopes of flushing out Ei Sei and killing him.

Ka Ryo Ten worked there as an informant. She gained a lot of knowledge from exile nobles, and officers she found within the village. She had them teach her various skills such as cooking, history, reading, writing etc. 

The village was wiped out by men loyal to Sei Kyou. 

Chinese name: Hebei Village

Noticeable CitizensEdit

Naifu CityEdit


Ou Ki's CityEdit

Ouki's City portrait
Ouki's City walls
Ou Ki’s City exterior
Ouki's City
Ou Ki’s City interior

This city belonged to Ou Ki, the army was inherited by Tou.

Noticeable CitizensEdit

City of SaiEdit

City of Sai

(see Sai)

Chinese name: Zui

Saki CityEdit

Saki City

The city was attacked by the Wei during the Coalition Army War, during which all the citizens were killed to demonstrate Wei's anger over the loss of Sanyou.

The Cities of Shoku and RouEdit

Rou and shoku

Though they might have been small, the low ground Shoku and high ground city of Rou actually functioned as a formidable combination and served as defense outposts. Especially as the city of Rou was situated on the cliffs, allowing them to assist Shoku below.

The cities was attacked by the Riboku Army during the Coalition Army War.

Sui CityEdit

Sui City

The base of Qin's northern defense line, attacked by the Yan Army during the start of the Coalition Army War.

Tairin CityEdit

Tairin city

A mid-sized Qin city, located northeast. The city was sacked by the Mai Kou Army.

Tonryuu CityEdit

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Chinese name: Tunliu

Toukin CityEdit

Toukin City

Toukin is Qin's eastern front lines base.

City of YouEdit


Qin's former capital.

Chinese name: Yong

Unseen CitiesEdit

  • Bayou
  • Sou
  • Ran
  • Sou
  • Bidai
  • Hokudai
  • Kyuu
  • Tou
  • Han Pass
  • Kaisou City
  • Kaiya
  • Fu Village
  • Chiku
  • Kokugan
  • Tairin
  • Manto