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Den Ei is a recurring supporting character in the popular historical seinen manga and anime series, Kingdom. He is a 500-Men Commander in the state of Qin's military, and one of the original squad leaders of the Hi Shin Army since their days as a fledging 100-Men Unit during the Warring States era of ancient B.C. China.
In the anime series, he is voiced by...
|“||S-Shit. Seriously thought we were finished back there.||„|
|~ An injured Den Ei|
- Expert Combatant: Hand picked by Hai Rou as a squad leader, Den Ei was a survivor of various battlefields even before joining the Hi Shin Unit.
- Easily Provoked: Like Shin, Den Ei is also easily provoked and can be very reckless.
- Den Ei and Hai Rou strangely share scars on their faces and the same type of hairstyles.
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