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Wa Tegi
Duke of Juuteki portrait.png
Romaji Wa Teggi
Epithet Duke of Juuteki
Biographical Information
Deceased (Slain)
Marital Status Single
Gender Male
State Ai
Residence Juuteki
Location Kanyou (Death Place)
Birth Place Juuteki
Professional Information
Classification Commander
Occupation Soldier
Affiliates Ai Military
Juuteki Tribe
Military Rank General
Political Position Duke
Equipment Glaive
Manga Debut Chapter 415

Wa Tegi was the Duke of a small Qin territory of Juuteki and the leader of the Juuteki Tribe. He joined the State of Ai Rebellion.


Wa Tegi was a tall muscular man with a handlebar mustache and a long goatee. Like other members of the Juuteki Tribe, he has markings on his face.


Wa Tegi possesses deep hate for Qin. He decided to join the Ai rebelion in order to take revenge for his tribe, and was even into killing war prisoners and civilians. He was also noted to be a courageous warrior, as he showed no fear by going directly against Shou Hei Kun himself.


Juuteki was a small, independent kingdom 100 years ago before being annexed by Qin. They were just an extra handful of tribesmen for Qin, but for them, it was far from that. All this time they waited. Accumulating power on one hand and sharpening their claws on the other hand. Their betrayal of Kanyou was just a double payback for what their grandfathers had to endure, for the Qin were the ones who struck first.


State of Ai Arc[]

The Duke of Juuteki joined the Ai Army as he saw it as the perfect opportunity to get revenge for the humiliations his forefathers had suffered hundreds of years ago under the Qin. He personally led the siege of Kanyou, and would probably had been successful, had the siege not been broken in its last moments by none other than Shou Hei Kun and a thousand of his elite cavalrymen, who had recently switched sides, abandoning Ryo Fui's faction.

During the siege, Wa Tegi was commanding the army from a protected position in the rear - but that soon turned out to be a disadvantage, as Shou Hei Kun's cavalry attacked from the back at a critical point in time. As the Qin cavalry advanced towards the leadership of the besiegers, Ka Ryo Ten understood that her sensei intended to use a tactic known as the Hourai. As such, she ordered the men under her leadership to abandon their formations to create a human barrier so that the enemy commander could not escape their reinforcements, who were closing in on them.

The Juuteki tried to slow down Shou Hei Kun's charge by attacking his formations from the flank, but their own cavalry led by Noko was blocked by Kou Ryuu's men in the right flank, and blocked by Hyou Shiga's men in the left, where they were led by Hamui. Facing this scenario, the Duke used the only option he had left and tried to pierce the Hourai by charging head on against the incoming cavalry. He ordered his officers to survive and tell their tale to the future generations of the Juuteki people, so that they could stoke the flames of rebellion so they could be avenged, some day.

As the Duke was considered the strongest member of his people, he reasoned that, if only he could survive the initial clash, he would certainly manage to escape in the sea of his troops, that were frantically following in the wake of Shou Hei Kun's cavalry. However, that was not meant to be, as the Duke went against Shou Hei Kun himself during the charge, who made quick work of him.

By targeting the Duke's right arm from the start, Shou Hei Kun removed it, right before he chopped off the Duke's head. Wa Tegi's last thoughts were about what a true monter Shou Hei Kun was - not only judging by his wits, but also by his muscle as well.


Strength 90
Leadership 92
Intelligence 85
Experience A
A famous ruler of the Juuteki

Strength 90
Leadership 92
Intelligence 85
Experience A
A famous ruler of the Juuteki

Wa Tegi was a decent military leader, as he served as de facto Commander-in-Chief while Han O Ki went inside the castle during the Siege of Kanyou.

Physical Abilities[]

Wa Tegi was a powerful warrior, since it is a custom of the Juuteki Tribe to elect the strongest of them as a leader. His quick defeat at the hands of Shou Hei Kun displayed the latter's military might.


Wa Tegi was an inspiring leader to his men, and commanded them efficiently. His personal cavalry unit was shown to be quick and ruthless, as he was able to reach the river shores and secure 'em with little effort. His soldiers were noted to be trained extremely well both individually and in group based tactics, which is not something that can be easily achieved.

Tactical Abilities[]

Wa Tegi possessed good tactical insight. He was quick to evaluate the ever changing tactical situations, and reacted to them efficiently. Even when he was surprised, the Duke did all that he could do in order to escape his predicament. He wasn't however, on par with the likes of Shou Hei Kun and that proved to be his ultimate demise.



Wa Tegi And Shou Hei Kun Confront.PNG
Wa Tegi confronts Shou Hei Kun
Shou Hei Kun Severs Wa Tegi's Arm.PNG
Wa Tegi's arm severed by Shou Hei Kun
Shou Hei Kun Decapitates Wa Tegi.PNG
Wa Tegi decapitated by Shou Hei Kun

Royal Palace
Royal Family Rou Ai - Queen Mother

Government Chou Kou - Ko Reki
Generals Current
Han O Ki
Wa Tegi

Commanders Han Roki - Ha Mui - Bu Tai
Royal Palace
Royal Family Formerly
Shou Hei Kun

Government Shun Shin Kun
Great Generals Kan Mei - Ka Rin

Generals Formerly
Rin Bu Kun

1000-Man Commanders Haku Rei - Kou Yoku
Great Generals Sei Kai

2000-Man Commanders Formerly
Leader Jo Elder

Civilian Shuu (Jo)
Royal Palace
Royal Family Ou Ken
Generals Ganmo
Royal Family Current
Ei Sei - Queen Mother - Rei - Rui
Boku Kou - Sei Kyou - Sho - Sou Jou

Government Current
Ri Shi - Ryo Fui - Sai Taku - Shi Shi - Shou Hei Kun - Shou Bun Kun
Ketsu Shi

Royal Harem Amin - Chou Kou - Kou - Rou Ai - You
Great Generals Current
Mou Bu - Tou
Chou Tou - Duke Hyou - Mou Gou

Six Great Generals:
Ko Shou - Kyou - Haku Ki - Ou Ki - Ou Kotsu - Shiba Saku

Generals Current
Do Mon - Heki - Kan Ki - Kan Ou - Ou Sen - Roku O Mi - Ryuu Koku - Shou Kaku
Dou Kin - Ei Bi - En Ka - Koku Gou - Ra Gen - Rin Bou - Ryuu

5000-Man Commanders Ou Hon - Shin

3000-Man Commanders Kyou Kai

2000-Man Commanders Mou Ten

1000-Man Commanders Curent
Hoku Shu - Gaku Rai - Kaku Un - Kan Jou - Ogiko - Ran Dou
Baku Koshin - Jou Han - Kaku Bi - Tai Un

100-Man Commanders Chu Tetsu - Den Ei - Den Yuu - Hai Rou - Kyo Gai - Ryuu Sen

10-Squad Leaders Bi Hei - Ro En - Ryuu Yuu - Seki - Suu Gen - Taku Kei

5-Squad Leaders Former
Batsu Ken - Bi Tou - Bun Ketsu - Hou - Kyou Ji - San Ka - Yuu Gi

Strategists Ka Ryo Ten - Kai Oku - Mou Ki
Mountain Tribe
King Yo Tan Wa

Elders Chouga Elders

Warriors Ba Jio - Fuji - Rankai - Shunmen - Tajifu - Toji
Royal Palace
Royal Family Kei Bin
Great Generals Current
Go Hou Mei
Seven Fire Dragons:
Gai Mou
Go Kei - Tai Roji - Shi Ei - Rei Ou - Shou Sen - Ba Tou

Generals Current
Fuu Haku - Kan Ei
Kyuu Gen - Haku Kisai - Ga Gyuu - Rinko - Gen Bou - Kyou En - Kai Shi Bou

1000-Man Commanders Former
Dou Sei

Strategists Hyou Ki
Great Generals Current
Geki Shin - Gaku Ki
Royal Palace
Royal Family Tou Jou
Great Generals Three Great Heavens
Ri Boku - Hou Ken
Rinshoujou - Ren Pa - Chousha
Gaku Jou

Generals Current
Kou Son Ryuu - Ri Haku - Ki Sui - Ba Nan Ji - Shuu Sui Ju
Man Goku - Shou Mou - Fuu Ki - Rin Ko - Gen Bou - Kyou En - Kai Shi Bou - Kei Sha

Army Commanders Current
Ba Tei - Kin Mou - Gaku Ei - Kai Gou
Ryuu Tou

1000-Man Commander Gou Ran

Strategists Chousou

Commanders Kaine - Fu Tei

Others Gika

Merchants Former
Ryo Fui - Shi Ka - A Mon - Kou Shou