Quanrong
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Group Info
Name Quanrong
Location Ryouyou
Affiliation Zhao
Yan
Status Active
Group Personnel
Commander(s) Rozo (Zhao)
Geki Shin (Yan)
Side Infos

The Quanrong is a famous mountain tribe that was responsible for overthrowing the Zhou Dynasty.

Introduction[edit | edit source]

The Quanrong (Jap: Kenjuu) are mountain dwellers, they are said to be ferocious and very strong. They also seem to have a motif regarding wolves as they and their descendants in Zhao wear wolf pelts in battle since ancient times and domesticated wolves to act as sentries. As befitting of their ferocity and current residence, the Zhao branch is also known as the Fangs of Ryouyou. Meanwhile, it is known that the descendants in Yan were used by Geki Shin for his elite troops in his army. Under Geki Shin, their Poison Dogs Unit gained renown as the fastest cavalry in all of China.

History[edit | edit source]

520 years ago in the Zhou Dynasty, the Quanrong was the main army of one of the princes of the Zhou dynasty. The prince started a rebellion trying to overthrow Zhou. The Quanrong army shattered Zhou's army and broke their cities. 520 years later, their descendants still live on.

One group of descendants lived in Yan and were in the Geki Shin Army before later being captured by Zhao while a other group resided in the City of Ryouyou in Zhao. Currently ruled by King Rozo, the city was considered outside of Zhao's normal jurisdiction due to their abnormal ferocity and they were given substantial autonomy and the authority to kill any trespassers (Zhao or none-Zhao alike). While the Quanrong in Zhao have little respect for Zhao's monarchy, they are respectful of its prime minister Ri Boku due to him personally giving them tribute in mutton from the northern regions of Gan Mon once every year. The latter was later mobilized during the Gyou Campaign against Yo Tan Wa Army. It has been observed that the Quanrong’s leaders lead through fear with their subordinates being unhesitant to be used as sacrificial pawns or killing their own allies due to fear of execution of themselves and their entire families for insubordination or incompetence. They are said by Zhao observers to still live in a brutal society where weakness or incompetence is mercilessly purged.

It is also asserted that the Chouga Tribe in Qin is distantly related to them while the bulk of the Quanrong eventually went north after the Zhou Dynasty fell and became the Xiongnu. Coincidentally, their language is the same as that of the Xiongnu and the various mountain tribes.

Personnel[edit | edit source]

Leaders[edit | edit source]

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Rozo
Former Lord of Ryouyou
King of the Quanrong Tribe in Zhao
Slain by Heki
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Geki Shin
Leader of the Geki Shin Army
Lord the Quanrong Tribe in Yan
Slain by Hou Ken
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Yo Tan Wa
Current leader of Ryouyou Quanrong

Commanders and other members[edit | edit source]

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Goba
Oldest Brother
Slain by Yo Tan Wa
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Bunen
"Dread Commander"
Middle Brother
Slain by Kitari
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Tork
Youngest Brother
Slain by Danto
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Bolf
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Geeli
Bunen Army
Leader of Geeli Corps
Slain by Katari
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Chida
Goba Army
Slain by Shunmen
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Tehgo †
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Nugah †
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Wan †
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Geni
Bunen Army
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Gaez †
Executed by Geaoh
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Geaoh
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Zeki
Gan Clan
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Tudmo

Forces[edit | edit source]

Armies[edit | edit source]

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Rozo Army
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Goba Army
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Bunen Army
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Tork Army

Units[edit | edit source]

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Geeli Corps
Elites of the Bunen Army
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Gan Clan
Tracking Experts
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Poison Dog Unit
Geki Shin Army

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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Quanrong
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Their modern descendants in Zhao
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Their modern descendants in Yan
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Xirong
Their modern descendants in Qin
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Flags of the Ryouyou Quanrong

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Quanrong of Ryouyou bare various similarities to the Fang Clan, a family of mountain bandits who pattern themselves after a wolf pack from the Fist of the North Star series.
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