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Hero Overview

The very moment we emerge victorious over the battle unfolding at Kanyou right now...There will be No making excuses or trying to slip away. I will see that you are made to answer for all the crimes you have committed and people you have wronged!! I will cast you down from your seat of power, and put an end to battle once and for all!!.
~ To Ryo Fui

Ei Sei is the 31st king of the state of Qin, the leader of the Ei Sei Faction one of the main deuteragonists of the popular historical seinen manga and anime series, Kingdom.




At the beginning of the story, Ei Sei seemed level headed but somewhat cold. When Shin was going to let the bleeding assassin Jo Kan leave after defeating him, Ei Sei killed the assassin without remorse. However, he does care at least a little bit about those loyal to him. When Shin collapsed from exhaustion, Ei Sei carried him without a single complaint even though he said before that he would treat Shin as a sword and not a person. As they battle to reclaim the Royal Palace, they grow closer and come to depend on each other. In the end, Sei sent Shin to reclaim the Royal Hall and defeat his brother while he fought the guards outside, something many others pointed out required great trust in Shin.

Physical Abilities

Fighting Style

Enhanced Charisma.



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Qin Kingdom
Leaders: Ei Sei | Shou† |

Officials: Ri Shi | Rui | Sai Taku† | Sei KyouShi Shi Shou Bun Kun | Shou Hei Kun |

Six Great Generals
Ou Ki† | Haku Ki† | Ou Sen | Kyou† | Ko Shou† | Mou Bu | Shi Ba Saku† | Kan Ki | Tou | Yo Tan Wa |
Great Generals
Chou Tou† | Duke Hyou† | Mou Gou† |

Ri Shin | Ou Hon | Mou Ten | Heki | Do Mon | A Kou | Den Ri Mi | Sou Ou | Ma Kou† | Roku O Mi | Kan Ou | Ryuu Koku | Shou Taku

Ai Sen | A Ka Kin | Kyou Kai | En | So Sui | Baku Koshin | Shi Ryou | Riku Sen | Den Yuu | Den Ei | Chu Tetsu | Bi Hei | Hyou Shiga | Suu Gen | Ryuu Sen | Hai Rou | Dan Sa | Na Ki | Rai Ki | Chou Shi | Ryuu Yuu | Taku Kei | Shou Sa† | Kyo Gai† | Gaku Rai | Ga Ro | Ban You | Ko Zen | Kan Jou

Ka Ryo Ten | Mou Ki | Kai Oku

Hi Shin Army | Gaku Ka Army | Gyoku Hou Army | Bi Tou† | Kan To | Sou Jin | Sou Tan | Ro Bin | Hei Rai | Su Jin | Ton Brothers | Kei | Ro En | Kou | Shou Taku (Gyoku Hou) | Kyuu Kou† | Kyou Rei |

Affiliates: Ri Hyou† | You | Kou

Mountain Tribes
Ba Jio | En Po | Shun Men | Dan To | Tajifu | Katari | Kitari |

Qi Kingdom
Leaders: Ou Ken

Zhao Kingdom
Ri Boku | Kaine | Ka | Kaine | Ba Tei | Ryuu Tou | Shi Ba Shou | Ki Sui

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