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@Riboku17 impossible d'avoir une pause apres une derniere page pareil : Heki va enfin montrer de quoi il est capable (puis sera détruit au chap d'après)

 

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Beaucoup de texte dans ce chapitre 

 

De ce qu on peut déduire 

Heki est bien intégré dans la culture des peuples des montagnes, il participe même à leurs  rituel 

 

QIN semble plus prudent et augmente les patrouilles dont certaines se font intercepter 

 

Il semble que l objectif immédiat de qin soit  une petite ville prêt de Gian et que heki soit en charge de la prendre 

Mais on dirait que rei à un mauvais presentiment 

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Chapitre intéressant. 

 

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- Ousen prend connaissance de la situation et se rend compte qu'il y a un truc.  

- la tribu des montagnes sous heki voit de mauvais signe et décide de faire un rituel pour conjurer le mauvais sort .

- heki est entraîné dedans ,shin voit ça ... 😂😂😂

- naki est envoyé en éclaireur mais ne trouve quasi pas d'info . 

- l'armee qin arrive à gyan sans encombre, les villes aux alentours ne sont pas sorties leurs barrer le chemin . 

- mise en place de la stratégie pour prendre gyan : premiere objectif prendre un château a côté . 

- ten demande à ce que ne soit pas kanki qui s'en charge à cause du massacre . 

- shin dit qu'il s'en occupe . 

- mouten dit non , et dit que dans la situation actuelle, avec peu d'info la particularité d'unité indépendante de la HSA est fondamentale car lui permet d'être plus apte à répondre à différents problèmes et demande à heki de s'en occuper a la place . 

 

heki accepte et dit qu'il n'est peut être pas aussi flamboyant mais il est très fort pour les bases .comme un siège  Et il va le montrer 

 

 

 

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C'est ça Heki montre-leur !!! 

Beaucoup le sous-estiment mais il est temps pour lui de montrer sa véritable puissance ! 

Sa cohésion avec les habitants des montagnes est géniale xD 

 

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Tant de personnes avec de mauvais présages ça commence à faire beaucoup.

Ça n’annonce vraiment rien de bon.

Il va y à avoir une vraie boucherie, les plaines de Shukai ça ne sera rien par rapport à ça…

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Ousen's HQ:

Ousen received a report that Kanki absorbed the 50,000 and decided to continue on towards the target. Souou asks Denrimi what he thinks and Denrimi says it's not like they don't have enough people but because they received less people than expected it'll be a shaky battle and Souou agrees. Souou then asks if he can take 10,000 with him to head to Kanki. He's met with silence first so he says he'll go but then Ousen stops him and says don't go yet and just watch for the moment.

 

Kanki's Army:

As Kanki's army is heading toward their target the terrain began to change. Bihei's unit begins to feel the change and the mountains becoming more worrisome to travel by. Ten warns the unit that if the enemy were to attack it would be in this location, especially the mountain on the right because there's a small city on the other side so be ready for anything. Ren says she can see a star despite it being daytime and that it's a really bad star to see. The Najyaro member that joined Heki's army tells him he's had a bad feeling ever since they left Atsuyo and that if they keep going no one will come back. Heki tells him to not say such things and then he says it's a good thing the Najyaro came with because their elders have a ritual for things like this and asks Heki to participate.

 

Shin keeps heading forward and passes by Heki and his group carrying out the ritual and laughs at them while asking what he's doing. Heki tells him to not laugh because it's the Najyaro's ritual and they tell Heki that it's not over and to focus. Ten sees them and asks what's happening and is shocked at Heki. Kyoukai says to not laugh because that's a legitimate exorcism. Rei agrees and says if anything Shin should join them because she has a bad feeling about this battle and even he felt something off. Shin tells her that if it was something that could have been solved with exorcism then it wasn't a threat in the first place. If it's a wall they face they'll break it down with their own strength. 

 

Rei says she knows that but in a battle there's still the element of "luck" to consider. Ten says luck is important but right now proper preparation is most important. How much smaller they get on the way to the target determines whether they can really attack because they're on land the Qin have never set foot on before. She says she's thankful for the tradition but Heki needs to get back to his army. Rei says it's not tradition and is an exorcism. Shin wonders how much further they'll go and tells Rei if she doesn't want them to battle she should go dance with them as their representative. She tells him the captain should go and Shin says it's the captain's orders and Rei says she'll never go.

 

The Kanki army continued advancing further into the Zhao territory and to their surprise they approached Gian without facing any opposition from the Zhao. Naki went in front of the HSU recon team and says for a war this dangerous he wants to see ahead with his own eyes. He tells the team to wait and notices some horses. At first they think it's the Zhao then thinks it's Kanki's recon team. Naki wonders if it's Kokuou's and his soldier doesn't think she'd send her team to a place like this. As they speak they see the recon team get attacked and killed and thinks there's an ambush set up to kill recon teams. Naki then tells some soldiers to go back and tell Ten that he's going a little deeper to find more info.

 

Kanki HQ: 
Marron is dumbfounded that they got to Gian in a day and a half without having to fight anyone. He says maybe it's because of their usual deeds and Shin says it's because they were focused on holding their castle none of them came out. Another general says it's still outside of their expectations that this happened and Heki says they were probably afraid to fight the 140,000 they have at the moment and decided not to attack their invading force. Ten says it might appear that way but it's still weird that they were let thru with no opposition and that now they face a problem because their recon teams are getting killed here so they can't get more info about the city. Mouten's lieutenant agrees and Marron says coincidentally they faced the same issue. Heki and the other general realizes recon teams were sent out.


Ten says they got a report saying Naki went further in but they haven't gotten as far as Jukryeo yet. Marron focuses on Naki and Mouten focuses on Jukryeo. Ten continues saying Jukryeo is a small castle right by Gian and she thinks they should take it before attacking Gian because it'll give a foothold for Qin to go back to if the battle with Gian goes long. Mouten's lieutenant agrees and says Mouten was saying the same thing earlier. Marron says he thinks it's a good idea because they'd rather relax at the castle than outside a castle. Ten says the other side probably knows this too and Gian could send out their forces in order to stop it. Shin asks if this means it's finally starting and Mouten says that's how it is. 

 

Marron asks how they want to deal with this because after that they have to attack Gian which is much bigger and Ten says she thinks if possible they should leave it to just one army. She adds that it shouldn't be the Kanki army because the Zhao would be in higher morale because of their massacre. Marron says it's unfortunate. Shin says then it should be left to the HSU who brought it up and Ten agrees. Mouten says to wait and asks if they could leave it to the Heki army. Heki is surprised. Shin calls out to Mouten and Mouten says it's because of the two units' specialties. Both the HSU and the Gakuka were independent units since their 300unit days and there's no doubt they developed their skills in reacting to new situations. If the recon teams can't move forward then that'll be important in the battle with Gian where they know so little.


Marron interjects saying then Mouten is saying in order to get the two of them to Gian the Heki army spilling their blood is the best option and that he likes it. Mouten says he's not saying they're inferior to them but that they're better at preserving their soldiers. Ten says she's sorry but she agrees and Shin says he can't agree to that. Shin says they'll be the ones to take Jukryeo. Heki tells him that they'll take care of Jukryeo so he should prepare to advance towards Gian. Shin is surprised while Ten, Mouten and his lieutenant thanks him. Heki tells Shin to not misunderstand. He says compared to their two units the Heki army isn't outstanding, however they have the skill to handle every situation sensibly. If an orthodox method is needed the HSU is not the best at it and the Heki army is much better at it than them. Their skill is in preserving their soldiers so he'll look forward to Shin's activity in Gian so they can leave Jukryeo to him. 

 

Jukryeo:

The Qin approach Jukryeo and sees no soldiers deployed outside and says it'll be a siege afterall. Heki says that he mistakenly said he's good at sieges and wonders how he'll begin the attack. His soldiers say they're in position and are ready to attack at any time. The narration says that the Qin would begin their battle in the north and the first battle would take place at Jukryeo. Heki sends his archers and infantry forward. Kyoukai and Rei notices something and when Rei is asked about it she says "what...that castle..."

 

No break next week!

Jeeswag

 

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J'aime beaucoup le chapitre même si je sens un très léger death flag envers Heki l'increvable, mais vu qu'il a fait le rituel je pense que Hara va l'épargner. Par contre je pense que heki va nous surprendre, il n'est pas un général flamboyant mais il est compétant! ( à sa manière)

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Aucun soldat ennemi sur les murailles ? Aucun drapeau ?

Je le sens moyennement là. Va savoir ce qu’il y a dedans. 
 

J’espere voir la tribu Najara briller en attendant. Ils viennent de protéger le bro Heki mais pas sûr qu’ils finissent entier.

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Cette prise de la ville va être sanglante à mon avis et si elle est prise ils devront sûrement laisser plus de troupes que prévu ce qui divissera encore plus cette coalition 

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J'ai fini le dernier post avec les éclaireurs sont plus en grève à ce niveau mais mort.

Hara vient d'en décider ainsi. 🤐

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Au moins cette armée est assez prudente pour utiliser des éclaireurs avancés, ce que l'armée précédente n'avait pas fait et en a payé le prix. Par contre qu'est-ce que Rei à découvert 45.gif.792fe70d4a99794c5d92760602ed85ef.gif peut-être une sorte de Retsubi-bis ou aucun soldats à l'intérieur de la ville, bref intrigant tout ça en espérant être surpris.

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Je pense qu'il y a des hommes cachés dans ce château, prêts à harceler et embusquer ceux de Kanki.

Heki Bro va prendre facilement la ville (trop facilement) et alors qu'ils se prepareront pour Gian, des ennemis sortiront du sol, des murs des maisons et des murailles pour les tuer

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J'ai l'impression que riboku est entrain de nous jouer un spectacle de marionnettes. 

 

Je m'explique , on nous dit que les armées de Zhao des villes aux alentours ne sont pas sorties s' opposer à avancé qin . 

 

Mais j'ai la sensation qu'en réalité si elle ne sont pas sortie c'est tt simplement parce qu'elle n'étaient déjà plus la. 

Je pense que riboku a déjà mobilisé toute la zone et ttes ses garnisons depuis un bail.  

 

Et que la il est juste entrain d' attirer qin a l'endroit où il le souhaite pour refermer l'étau et ne laisser aucune chance a kanki . 

 

Reste donc à voir si dans son plan ,il est préférable de rediviser encore l'armée qin ( quelqu'un va devoir rester au château pour le garder ).  

Au risque d'offrir un abri sur , et problématique a qin dans le cas où la bataille durerai un moment.  . 

 

Ou si a l'inverse , il veut tous les voir au même endroit pour en finir en 1 fois . 

Et dans ce cas là , défendre le château devient un enjeu majeur 

 

Personnellement , j'opterai plus pour l'hypothèse 1 . 

Je pense qu'il va laisser heki prendre le château , puis l'y enfermer une fois kanki et les autres parti à la conquête de gyan.  

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Il y a 12 heures, Erebus a dit :

Marron is dumbfounded that they got to Gian in a day and a half without having to fight anyone.

Je crois que c’est la phrase la plus inquiétante pour l’armée de Qin.

 

Ils avancent sans résistance, donc profondément, et sans éclaireurs, donc sans yeux. 
 

Ça va être vraiment un carnage, et en effet la réaction de Mouten est très pertinente : il faut préserver les unités capables de réagir rapidement !

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J'ai bien aimé ce chapitre, qui mine de rien permet d'en apprendre pas mal sur les relations et ce que pense les uns des autres.

 

Je sens bien le fort complétement vide.

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il y a 16 minutes, Novasm18 a dit :

Je sens bien le fort complétement vide.

J’y ai pas pensé mais ça serait magistral de la part de Hara, niveau pacing. (Avec une petite ambiance film d’horreur, avec l’armée de Qin perdue dans le grand nord.)

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J'aime voir Naki en autonomie. A confirmer avec les traductions. 

Il est clairement un des officiers les plus indépendants de la HSA, si ce n'est le plus indépendant avec Kyoukaï.  

Et on a découvert le second de Heki, son "Banyou" vu son âge. 

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il y a 28 minutes, lilas a dit :

Et on a découvert le second de Heki, son "Banyou" vu son âge. 

 

Peut-être pas son second mais plus un conseillé stratégique.

 

Mouten et Rishin n'avait pas leur second avec eux non plus.

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à l’instant, Novasm18 a dit :

Mouten et Rishin n'avait pas leur second avec eux non plus.

Bah vu que le second de Mouten est mort à Shukai, et que Aisen était présent… si.

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